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TO It Jr 4ltl Jl i r SEMl W mILYINTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXV11I STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 819009 Al1 NO 19 TOTTEN COMES AGAIN In answer to an artlolo of May 1th I chance to read from the column of tbo Mountain Echo tinned Mark Tapley You all arc aware of whero the Echo is publlebed but I am forced to explain moro fully wboro If you romomber tho Echo Is published whore W 811 f Taylor contemplated making bit quarters after the assassination of Gov William Uoebol and whero he W S Taylor lent hi rump Legislature without a quorum for at least two weeks Undine they wero powerless at tho end of time abovo stated they sneaked back to Frankfort in tho night ashamed to oven let civil peoplo see their faces at they bid tbo mountains goodbye I will say if It was any other time besides the critical one of the present I should not stoop to opening a discus lion with Raccoon Hollow of Laurel county It Is so flimsy I hardly deem It worthy of notice Now In regard to soiling my spotless garments with the blood of William Goebol ono of tbo best men In the State William Goebcl did not shrink from the laws of his State when bo killed hia man bo was tried by tbo law and acquitted Can you say as much for your assassins wbo are now In jail without bait while many aru In hiding who will won be locked up with their broth ore In assassination You say I have had intentions of tearing the party for Years but wanted to smash Jt before I left It It Is already smashed nod by the time pur next election come oil there will not bo enough loft of that party to make a greasy pot and many who are at liberty today will be learn- Ing a now trade Inside the walls of the twnltcnllary You say the party which lotos my numerical ttrongth will gain In mental and moral qualities I will leave the charge to my friends and not to proton tore of absasilns Now In regari to having your grand old party purge to the extent of my loss you will flnil out bow deeply It has teen purged But roe mbar when William J Bryan will carry Kentucky by 80000 majority r Gov Beckbam for roalootlfin by sal moro For those of your party wbo term themw lvM ohNsltao cant eel t scientiously vote to uphold atMMlna Lion Now in regard to exchanging we for anti Goobei democrats you had better try oDd save nit you qan from the rop e and the pen I am of the opinion that the governor of the Stnto will be ford to all the Legislature together an pass a bus to enlarge the penitentiary Bufllclcnt to hold those who will boron there for the murder of Gov Goebol and those conspirators to murder I want to show you that I never hay been much of a republican I cut in y vote for Samuel J Tilden who Was honestly elected and his election was stocn by tho republican I east my vote twice for M J Durham for Con gress against W O Bradley I cast my vote for James McCreary for governor against a republican I cast my vote for Judge II G Wlllla against tho republican nominee was defeated by 200 votes and who over come a republican majority of over 650 I can my voto for lion G G Gilbert who defeated George M Davlson by over 800 vote I also east my voto William Goebol and will It I live sea the day in November to cast vote for Gov Dockbam W J Bryan and G G Gilbert In conclusion t wish to ask of my friend not to sign any fictitious names but be a nice little man and sign In ful r DAVID It TOTTEN POLITICIANS AND POLTICS The Indiana State democratic coo vention has boon called to meat at In dianapolis June 0 There will be 1527 delegate Oz tbo 7th and 8th you can go to Cincinnati on the Q G and return one or faro The Peoples Party conven Lion meets tbero on the Uth The house subcotnmltleo dn elections has decided to take no further ao tlon in tbo DavlsonGilbert contest care at tho present session of Congress Death Is declmatliJff the domoo ratlc majority In the General Assembly Tho death of Senator Hill of Newport makes the third to die slnco the body adjournedWork tho Baptist church at Liberty Is progressing rapidly Mr G R Cowden of that place Informs us TI Methodists have also decided to build house of worship and have bong ground from Judge Belden he says This is the kind of mention the Ken tucky State Democrat gave Taylor when he wont fishing last week Hog Jaw has Bono to Penrod on a liable g oxpedlllon It is a cinch ho wont havo to dig bait as suckers aro powerful fond of pork RED HOT FnOH TIn GUN Wu Ike hall that bit O U of Ne ark Mlcb to Civil War It caused hurrah Ulcai tbtt no treatment helped for rear Then Uncklen Arnica Salve curwl htui Cure CuU t Uruillfl hums Itolli Felons Corns Skin Era tlooi lint Ill elduby on eartht tax Cure lbgua u e d r WYOMING FIiANlCll9fTZ01AtF TltLL8 OF ITS ANT OiAirk1tOT yt N WYOWhen i loft stan- ford for tiio West ipromlatMso many to write to them that I wilt not bo able to curry out my promise In full But will through the grcuteit advertising medium In the Stain tell you a few taste about Wyoming and Dakota This country If settling up rapidly and I can too nothing to prevent It from being u good country to live In Tnero la n vast amount of land yet In thU State- dan Dakota ready for any one who baa nerve enough to live on it Fbero are home and fortunes hero for a great many people The country will noon be dotted over with towns and village I have been told that a than who owns a part of the land whore SpearlUb III now located lull his claim twice before he was satisfied to settle permanently Af ter locating hero be taw another claim a few miles away ho liked better and moved to It But another man had laid claim to It and persuaded our man to come back to bis claim but be was not salltflcd and In a tow days returned to try his luck again on the claim of his Loire This time be was assured that It would not bo healthy for him to stay there and he came back to his old claim which Is now worth WOO per aero Such la life but It has never been such with me This man was driven Into a for luno I would not make the Impression on the minds of your readers that theta Is a fortune here for everybody but I would Impress them with tho taut that theta are 100 setae of land hero torah p one that Is wilting to endure tbo hard ships of a frontier life I think this Is a very healthy climate moro especially far pulmonary troubles The altitude Is about 4000 teat above the std level and the ruin fall Is from March to June the rat of tbe year being dry sad healthful The KragJorganton rise I bought of Capt Penny has already fixed ono wild eat There ls considerable gum o berg but It Is protected bylaw at this tlmeol year This u a great graalngeounlrymaDy UtouMBdit orcumJ sheep can bo seen grazing over the vast plains 0 f Wyoming and Dakota Tbe grass bora Is very nutritious tack keeps fat d n tbe ran jo all winter If the sooty doe e not get toodttiip Homes aro uovor fed grain bero except when at regular gratdg It nwambloa tbe Kentucky blue gran but I am told this grass makes the fir set hay lathe world Prices on callle are about the same nil In Kentucky but horses are cheaper Good horses un broken can bo bought from fl2 to 18 This country produces Ono vegetables small grains and grass of all kinds I saw moro potalocs In ono farm collar hero than thorn aro In Lincoln county If this escapes the waste basket who a I have seen moro of the country I will write again FRANK HOITZCLAW moNEWS OF T VICINAGE How Is n new poBtoIllco In Pulls kl and J P Thompson Is postmaster Tho Somerset Journal U Issued a day earlier coming out on Friday now toJ W Ramsey has been appointed countmypor was In Leslie county by a man named Baker Miss Itaohol Butts slater of W T Dates the Somerset mill man died la atE week Tilford Jonet the London pitcher has engaged with a been ball team at Homo N Y Tho school census of Mlddlcsboro shows that theta are 1320 children 1000 of whom aro white Dunvlllo Knights of Pj tolas ha vo or ganized a uniformed rank with II J Perry captain Pulaski line a new postolHco named Strawberry with Ned Kolley postmas tor Rockcastlo has one named Rasp Lorry Dr John M Williams has bought W C Mulllns Interest In the Hock castle Quarry Co and tbe Round Stono Quarry Co- Temple Lodge No 17 Knights of Pythias has bought a lot at Harroda burg and will build a three story brick Tho first floor will bo used for store rooms tho second for an opera hail aDd the third for a lodge room 0CHURCHES AND PREACHERS htRpv Combs hold a meeting at Liv ingston lust week which resulted lu 17 additions Cumberland Presbyterians will beg laa tbolr 70th annual session at Chattanoo ga May 17 Rov Abraham Hncott wbo had ben a minister In Iho Baptist church for 6C years Is dead at Henderson WORKING HIOJIT AND DAY cvlait U a lIllrcoaled tlobuleof hfalth which cbangr xboloIn building up the health OnljrIUc put Lox told by tenujr DruggUI IA REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The republican held a mass meet- Ing In the county court room Saturday afternpon for the purpose of selecting delegates and alternates to a district convention to be held at Nlcholasvlllo on the Oth of May and State convention tit Louisville May 17 County Chair tnun HnriG M Davlson called the mectlnir to order and explained its ob viJnon for permanent chairman and tie was unanimously chosen John W Cummin war rondo secretary Dr Davlsoo then presented the resolutions cut aud dried and they were adopted The Ilrkt approves of the call for the conventions bed U the ono always adopted by both parties The second names Charles Wheeler G M Davt lIonJ S Youni J U Taylor J M 2BroUton A C Carman K Schanzen tobackSbugars J C King A G Coffey and Harrison Graham delegate Dr R L D avlson Sidney Dunbar J L Johnson C Minor Ben Bright John W Cum mine Thomas Ferrell A G Faulkner Joe Itccd W ft Atkins Chas Eons IInlA B Florence T J Benedict James Mcrsbon J H Minks John Dameron Aden Rlgney and John Leach alternates Tbo 3rd Instructs for Get D R Cot liar and B J Uethurum for district lolccalcs to the National convention at Philadelphia The nth McKlnleys administration and the measures adopted by Congress are endorsed and the republican party congratulated that it has been Instru mental In lifting the country out of tbe slough of despond and placing It In Its irocont prosperous conditionrThe Alt Is In as W S Taylor and the gentlemen elected with him to the other ofllces of ibo State at the fart November election deserve and bavo our warmest sympa thy and our affectionate admiration for the courageous manner In which they bavo discharged tbolr duties Iho snort trying olrcumetaoues They have been tfiartyr to the cause civil liberty and have won for tht selves Imj rlshabl0 renown Upon us will rot the duty of acknowledging an adequate manner at tbe moment our upproolatlon of services i unQInahlngly and so bravely In our behalf The flth demands the repeal of ibo Infamous Goobel Election law and calls upon all persona to old In ibe desired und slid In ibo election of a republican to Congress andof republi can elector and thus elevate Ken tucky to the position she belongs in iho sisterhood of States Upon tbo motion of Judgo Davlson lha following were selected as thee re publican county executive committee towlt Stanford No G M Davison No 2 George W Gentry NO 3 B G Alto nl No 4 J A Chappell Hustonvllle No J II Minks No2 J A Blain No 3 A G Coffey Waynesburg No 11 Reuben Curtis No2 J H Leach No 3 A G Faulkner Crab Orchard No 1 J C King No l Joseph Oaks Upon motion the convention adjourn ed MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Miss Nannie Munday ono of iho prclllcst women In Nlcholasvllle and E Don maD a wellknown business man surprised their friends by driving to Lexington whore they were married Thomas Scott and Miss Etta Moss of SouiflMct wero married at Newport March 3 but kept it u secret until last week A number of friends were in cited to tho brides mothers and to tbs assembly was Ort announced the facto the previous marriage Bon Hardin stole a march on his brother Mark Hardln and other rela lives and friends hero by slipping oft to Monllcollo and marrying Miss Lillian Phillips tho INTERIOR JOURNALS pretty correspondent at that place His friends hero have not been notified of his Intentions but it Is thought thov remain at Montlccllo where his hrl has a pHylng millinery business Hardln Is the youngest daughter Mrs Addle Phillip who lived he uutll a vcar ago and Is both handsome and accomplished Ben as ever body calls him Is the cleverest kind of a young man and is popular with closes Like bisibroihor referred to above ho Is a good business man We congratulate him on winning so elegant young lady for a helpmeet The Mallory Line steamship pier Maiden Lane and East River Ne York was destroyed by lire Tho to is estimated at 11000000 Capt Cka- Locba of tho bargo Sherwood whit was on tire leaped overboard with nino months old child In his arms H wile also leaped over W 0 Endlcott secretary of war in Clevelands first cabinet was carried off by pneumonia nt the ago of 73 LANCASTER Henry Patterson sold a mule colt for 870 Rev J C Masseo bas returned from Georgia The K P banquet has been deferred to Juno 8 Mr Fred Frlsble has returned from L ouisvillebsit relatives hero this week IIlaedISquire Myers and Allen Bcazley are still using the steam plow on the turnpikes ad they will soon be In first class condition Mr J W Miller manager of the Pilgrimage Distillery has contributed liberally toward entertaining the Lou Isvlllo Commercial Club bero on May 5On last Thursday Mr Berry Lay n aged 70 and Jennie Burke 65 were mottled at three forks of Su gar Creek it being the third marriage of each Deputy Clerk O W Shugars reports Clerk J M Duncan Is engaged in going over the proposed rlght ot way for tljo railroad and taking agreements to deed the land In most roes the some asked for are very reasonable and tho matter will be closed up soonwben we will know whose land will bo coo demned Mr H Clay Sutton within a mile of town agreed to deed five sacra of land at less than actual value and claimed no damages Seals are already being taken at Me loberts drug store for Gen John B Gordons lecture at the court bouse on the nlgbtof May 24 when the G A Ft will bo bore Tbo veterans of troth sides- IYlllbo present Capt Herndon will tho Confederates and Gen Gordon will respond for them All seats will cost is conU and those who do not secure them now may not be able to got them as tbe house will bb crowdedA Crowd attended the contest althcopera hpusaon Friday night to SobelBl thfTournamenm doIiliapthorougtPattersondllon were eelectjd to go to Winchester and wo place two to ono on their winning a prize Get your wrote at McRoberis dru atom for the romantic comedy A Ken lucky Hero to be given at tbe opera house on May 15 under the auspices Garrard Lodge No 20 Knlghta o Pythias and under the personal super vision of ibo veteran comedian Harry T Leonard supported by 15 promi peps young ladles and gentlemen of Lancaster Miss Lillian Calef and tbe little dancing sunbeam Baby Grace A largo crowd will attend and every body will bo satisfied with the enter tainment besides having tho pleasure of contributing to ono of the noblest fraternal orders in existence Some time ago the friends of three honorable and competent gentlemen suggested them as school trustees They asked democrats and republicans allko to support them but as the can didates happened to be active and on comprising democrats the republicans began In their pharisaical way to say that politico would get Into tbo school if they wero elected which report was actually believed by some people They brought out another ticket and declar ed that they would not lose a republi can vote and they did not They aleo circulated the report that the first named board would remove Pro Pat eereon when they like everybody else are in favor of his remaining as pried pal of tho school Sipco they have brought politics Into everything there IB talk of organizing a democratic aid society here the object of which will bo to agree to deal with certain mer chants and lino up to meet the enemy at life own game Political prejudice Is too high dOPerhaps It was not exGov Bradleya llamboyaat eloquence or hl8 roovip ther0t weep roamyr enAllact lachrymal glands aleakln Loulsvlllo Times There were 2431 train accidents in the United States In 1899 against 2 shoott s asthe total killed and wounded In tho cadbexcess woundIsA syndicate of Chicago capitalists secured options on 403000 acres of Um ber und mineral lands In Tennessee 1O VillDoItrrHSHr J Can I spend ilO and get a satisfactory suit 7 More than once recently wo have buyblacka or Oasstroero There is No Room For Fault J About the style fabric or sewing The suit Is tailored as it should bo Every button and team is right And at f13 fib or lwo have suits that will make an ordinary merchant tailor look blue in tho taco Let ui show you what we have to otter Best r and largest line of Childs and Young Mens Suits in the country i Merchant TailoringCleaning Pressing Repairing i THE GLOBEYour Money Back if Youre Not Satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville nSuccessors to J L Frohman Co P WALL PAPRFor 4 Cents I In my Store ready to hang I have 000 rolls of newest patterns of Wall Paper prices Ie fie OCtic and 8c roll on up to the finest made We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see tbe paper matched up just as it will look on the wall and get it at trace SuppliesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo 306 Main Street e WeC GREENING EYhHas just opened and has ready for your inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE 1 Including a toll and complete line of gHA IR ID W A R E T lie also carries Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons Ac Ho will forfwillexchango his goods for anything that he can convert into money Call on him and take him your produce When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig Hocker Stanford it1HNlMNON NNtIN A C SINE 1 CONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest of the many parties forwhom havonebuilded 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 Lumber nth Shingles Etc I I will duplicate any prices offered AltNNtPNl4 Nil ifii American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It tIGeo H Parrid CoI a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 8 1900 W P WALTON IF there was a lingering doubt la the mind of any person capable of the com mODest reasoning prowcr tbat the kill- Ing of Coy Goebol was not a political conspiracy entered Into by the leaders of the republican party but the work of an Irresponsible fanatic action on his own book the adduced in the trial of the assassin suspects for ball entirely removes it That Taylor was at least aware of the intention to get Goebel out of the way It In fact ho was not an Instigator of It Is also further proven Golden reasserted that bo said In discussing the subject that it was awful to think about killing men but that seemed the only course to pursue and when asked to call out the troops ho responded liMy God you fellows do something first I can got them out soon enough His own private secretary McKenzio Todd swore that Youtsey upon whom the crime seems proven beyond peradventure and Taylor had many conferences and that directly after the assassi nation Taylor and George Denny be Jan to send telegrams to various parts In the State saying Goebel has been shot and the war is on bring 200 or men as the case might be J4B Matthews exassistant secretary of State deposed that at the time ho is sued Taylors pardons to Caleb Powers and Joan Davis he also made out par dons for Charles Finley W H Culton and Harland Whlttaker He also gave convincing testimony against Youtsey and established the fact that the assassin fired from Powers once to which Youtsey had been given the key After the shot Matthews tried to get into the room but could not open the door and going in through the transom found three rifles in it with one powder stained as It just shot A window in the room was partly raised It was also proven by Capt Williamson of tho Frankfort State Guards that his company was in readiness for duty and re sponded Immediately on call after Goebel was shot and took charge of the executive building with orders to stand off the pollee thereby showing a preconcerted and minutely arranged plot Another significant fact was that the Capitol square which bud for days swarmed with mountaineers wad barren of them so as to give the assassin a clear field for his damnable work It was also shown by the production of messages by the telegraph company that not only Taylor and Denny but Stove Sharp an exdemocrat aleo sent requests for men to be sent at once and that Gen Collier had previously ar ranged with the militia officers at Lou isville and elsewhereto be in readiness as his dispatch lIaU right to them attests It was also proved that Taylor before the assassination asked for k special wire to bo run into his ofilo and requested that an operator sworn to secrecy be sent to use It Collier also bad a box put in his office saying bo would have a great deal of business showing that be knew something was going to happen It was also shown that a part of the plot was to kit Speaker Trimble and some of the democratic judges of the court of appeals while Willard Mitchell was also marked for slaughter Charles Ftnley was again shown to be one of the con spirators and so clearly as to further prove that he acted wisely In fleeing to Indiana and aecklbg the protection of a governor In sympathy with the Ken tacky republican method of getting rid of democrats who assert their rights The connection of W H Culton with the crime was shown all through the examination His attorney W R Ramsey of London made an eloquent appeal for his admission to ball but Judge Cant Uafter complimenting Mr Ramsey and expressing sympathy with Culton as he lea young man with an afflicted wife declined to grant It saying that Cultons remark to the Louisville jailer that heIIWMDt as deep in the thing as some suspected precluded ball He will remain in the Frankfort jail till September The other conspirators Caleb Powers You sey Davis Combs and Whittaker wed taken to Georgetown whero a special term has been fixed for their trials beginning July 0 TIlE Louisville Times calls attention to the fact that although the railroads entering Louisville contributed 822 000 to the Grand Army of the Republic entertainment fund In 1805 they have not so far subscribed a dollar to the Confcderatp Veterans Reunion fund this year This Is absolutely mean The G A R Is supported by pensions a great deal of the money for which is wrung from the pockets of the poor Confederates woo get nothing but what they work for The G A n needs no assistance but railroads and politicians are over ready to give it a boost The Confederates may need everything but unless It be cheerfully given and without hope of rewardthoy would spurn the contribution of the railroads or any other corporation which bootlicks the rich and Ignores the poor IN Fridays Courier Jburnal Mr Watteraon apologizes for tho levity dis played in his answer to our question why hs always adds lIand not a repub Mean when asserting that ho is a dem ocrat and says The subject as stated by our compatriot of tho city of Stanford and the county of Lincoln hath a certain poplash to It and is fruitful ot suggestion It sets before the minds eye In living pictures the panorama of latter day democracy Ho then In so ber earnestness shows how the demo crate can win oven with Bryan but whether his advice Is takeu or not ho will say all right boys wo are a demo crat not a republican and If It is to bo a straight fight this year wo will go with you if you go to hell It Thats the kind of a democrat tobo and the kind that leaves It entirely superfluous to add and not a republican Mr Wat terson thinks that the prospect of vic tory Is sufficiently encouraging to war rant tho belief among thoughtful men that with sound judgment in laying the lines and with efficient organization wo can win The people want reform he says and will not brook revolution They seek the reform of the tax laws out of which the trusts spring grow and are fostered They seek tho re form of the laws regulating labor on lines that will Insure reciprocity of ad vantage and equal protection to the employers and the employed They seek the reduction of the chartered companies within the strictest letter of their franchise rights ITboy seek the reform of the abuses that have crept Into the administration of both the mil Mary and the civil service They seek the retention of all the territory whicl has come to us as a consequence of the Spanish war but Its disposition upon American principles upon democratic party as distinguished from republican party lines and they wouldlt they are given a fair chariceavert the threatened orgy of greed the menaced riot of rapine the certain gamble and scramble among the politicians and the speculators already foreshadowed by the proposed revival of the errs of reconstruc tion carpctbaggcry redlvlvus with all that was detestable In Louisiana In South Carolina and In Georgia brought to life again and transferred to Cuba Porto Rico and the Philippine Arch pelago To these things should the democratic leaders address their best endeavors and with the constitution in ODe hand the flag in the other a uni ted democracy can go to the country and to the world rejoicing that they are democrats and not republicans Amer- Icans all who love their country and who would save from spoliation at home at the same time that they would extend to all lands Itt noble Christianity and Its free Institutions AFTER fixing June 27 for a primary election to nominate a candidate for Congress in the 7th district the demo cratic committee adopted a resolution excluding from participation all who did not vote the straight ticket last fall Thereupon Col J R Allen ot Fayette withdrew and JUDe Gayle had announced that ho would not be a can didate If a primary election was decided upon This leaves Speaker South Trimble as the only candidate and he deserves to be elected by an over whelming vote His valiant service to the State and to his party caused the assassination crowd to mark him for slaughter but their plans failed and he will live to help make the republican party already damned and dishonored more odious ExAuDITOIt NORMAN testified that ho heard George Denny say that Goe bel would be killed and Taylor would pardon his murderer This coupled wlLh the fact that ho sent telegrams on the day of the assassination calling on his friends to come to Frankfort In largo numbers and the further fact that Taylor did try to pardon the as sassins shows that Denny must have known whereof bo affirmed An ex planation from him seems to be In order and If It is not entirely satisfactory a judicial Investigation should be In TilE Harrodsburg Democrat appear ed Friday with J T Boswoll editor and D M Hutton manager and enclos ed In a handsome cover The salutato ry has the true democratic ring and It la hoped that it will be the guiding star to lead that miserably broken up coun ty politically back to Its proper bears Editor F D Spotswood in tak nghls exit indulges In some rather bitter reflections but aa ho Is not likely to sin that way again soon he can be forgiven TAYLOR has struck out for Washing ton again aa he did not feel safe In Kentucky Indianapolis is a little out of the way to the capital but he want ck to see Flnley and consult with him as to what Choy must do to bo saved It- oIs bo hoped that they came to the same conclusion that another evil doer did in the olden times and carry it into Immediate execution The clerk of the Franklin circuit court will neither affirm nor deny that an Indictment has been found against Taylor His answer to all querrles is Go ask Judge Cantrlll Congressman Dave Smith says opin ion in Washington is unanimous that the supremo court will decide It bas no jurisdiction in the Kentucky governor p case ONCE MORE fJ We emphasize the fact that Every Customer that our Advertisement = ta brings us Gets All That We Promise I We advertise only the most Reputable Goods The best sort is none too good for our cus tomers Thats why We sre the busiest house in Kentucky Domestics We will continuo to give each customer as much as 10 yards oi Calico for 3Jc pet yardAnother shipment of yard wide Percae not a piece in the lot worth less than 7c and lOc to bo sold at 6c 20 Pieces of 7o Outing Cloth for 5c Covert Cloth for Skirts worth 20c spe cial price this week 12e 25 Pieces of Dimity lOc quality special price 7c A few bolts of 6c Apron Checked Glng ham on the cheap counter 4jc Extra heavy striped Cottonade worth 20c special price 12Jc Blue Cottonado 3 T brand 150 quality special price this week tic Now York Uamletts this week only lie ClothingY- ou will miss the chance of your life if you fail to get a pair of our all wool Pants at f133 They are worth from 2I to Knee Pants only lOc They are vorth double the money Mens Blue Cottonade Panti this week only 43c- Mens striped cotton Pants special 32c They are cheap at 5fc i Boys Jeans Pant 48c Mens all wool DoeskIn Pants worth 150 this week only 79c We can not say too much for our line of Mens Boys and childrens Suits THE LATEST LOUISVILLE May 8 830 A IThe purpose of Taylors visit to Indianapo lie Is said to be to confer with State offi cers about granting him protection after the supreme courts decision Cultons attorney and brother lnlaw E C Hogg roasts Gov Brown and tI- liberty league attorneys and says they proceeded on the idea coat Culton was equally guilty with the others and therefore objected to his going on tbo stand for tear it would develop the evi deuceC D About Conspirators and Assassins Tno lawyers employed by private subscription In Louisville to defend the persons accused of killing Gov Goebol deserted Culton because he persisted In going on the stand and telling what ho knewDuring the trial of the assassins tbo News will keep Its renders posted giv ing the fullest details After tho trial wo wlll print photos of the assassins the scaffold glvlpg their statements wbauthey say on their last night on earth bow they spent the last night In jall Georgetown News LANCASTER May 8Mr James B Stears editor of the Jessamine Jour out was hero and arranged for tbo young ladles of Nlcbolasvllle to give the Woman Triumphant or Congress of 1050 In which the ladles are seen In Congress while the men aro seen in tho kitchen and nursery It Is some thing beyond the ordinary and It abounds in local and laughable hits It has been successfully rendered In Nlch olasville and other places It will beat the opera house In city next Friday night May II under the aus- pIces of the A n U W of Nicholas Admission 35 cents Children 2s centsM D II BRIEF NEWS NOTATION The wife of James P Metcalfe tho jurist is dead at Lexington The business portion of Hartsvillo Tenn was destroyed by fire causing a loss of 100000 W M Purcell county judge of Bourbon was thrown from a buggy and Instantly killed Gov Leary reports that the censils taken In Guam shows tho population of the Island to bo 8801 Mayor Woodward of Atlanta has on another tear Dr L G Brough ton oxcorlatedblm and demanded his Impeachment The town of Sandon BC was de stroyed by fire Nearly 1200 people are homeless The loss is between 500000 and 1000000 Lewis Wilkins born at St Paul lIUDDIIn 1874 Is the tallest living man Ho lacks t of an Inch of being 0 feet tall His weight is 304 pounds Henry Royston ot South Bend Ind Is wanted for robbing his aged father The money he got was Invested Inl an engagement ring for his sweetheart The crowds of customers from this nnd adjoining counties Is proof that they are all right All wo ask of you is to come and look we will be sure to get you for a customer Shoes Mens low cut tan Shoes worth 92 ape clal price as long as they last 08c Ladies Patent Tip Oxford worth 76c as long as they last 39c Mens Tan Shoes Coth top worth f160 special price 9Sc Mens Vicl Kid Lace Coin Toe Shoes worth 1a special price 1108 Wo carry the leader In Ladles 8160 ShoesGents Furnishings Mens silk front Shirts striped or plain special price tOe Silk finished Suspenders 35c quality special price 15c All linen round pointed collar for men 15c quality this week 9e Mens seamless black or tan Sock Oc Mens elastic ribbed Drawers 75c every where this week only 4S- cNotions 15x30 Inch checked Towels worth lOc special price 3c 13x25 all linen Towel fancy border special price this week 4c 10x33 bleached fringed Towels Mar reiHc pattern special 8c LOUISVILLE STORE The coal supply at Cincinnati Is tbo shortest for 30 years and a famine I fearedA e of 5000 In the accounts of Joseph W Moray has been discos ered thus explaining bis sensations suicide Ho was c for W B Belknap ICo Louisville Glasgow suffered a 1150000 fire Fri day night Nearly every house of tbo row on the cast side of the public square was burned Including tho Math odist church The Insurance amounts to nearly 910000- 0Ninetythree million live hundred thousand persons are suffering from cholera and In India and relief lis being to but five millions The vast sums contributed throughout the world are said to bo but a drop the ocean when compared with what Is necessary Phil Chlnn refused ISOOO for a year ling by St George and out of Murlo Jansen And now tbo LouUvlllo Dis patch wants South Trimble defeated 7th Tbo State College cadets numbering 320 officers and men are at tho Chatta nooga festival Miss Pearl Curry of Howard county End has just finished her seventh week of fasting Mark Hardin and Dr Steele Bailey havo bought ota Hopkins county party an 18 months old Jersey bull with a pedigree a mile long Tbo sire of the youngster cost 80000 No tftj REPORT OF TUB CONDITION 0THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONYILLE AT HU8TONVILLE ID the State of Kentucky at the close ofbuilntti April ZCth 1940 RESOUHCES Loan and dlounlU177 M Overdraft cured and immured 271 Cl tJ S Hoods to tecur circulation 00 tanking house furniture and fixture 00 Due horn National Hanks not Re len Agents OftH 08 Duefrom State Hanks and hankers 0828 81 Due from approved reline agents11601 05 Checka and other cash Item 1U lil aternalllevenueStauL10003totes Fractional paper currency nickels and enlMII n Lawful Money Reserve In Blank vlv pccieM 9KIII 00 Redemption fund with U Troaiurtr 5 per cent of eirculatlon Ole 00 Total LIABILITIES Capital itock paid fuWasoSnrplua fund 00 Undivided profits leal enpeniea and tiles paid 38W 33 National Hank note outstanding 10750 00 Due to other National Dank H7711 Due to State Banka and Ilankrn 64S 70 Individual depooil subject to check 71938 Total JI7l47asi I J W Mocker caihler of the above named Bank do aolemnlr swear that the above statement li true to the beet of my knowledge and belief J W lluvKBB Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th davol Mar U W Jlunw N PL C Kwn uxmx J W lOW LL T J ltOBI 80I nlrcctorI 0x60 Inch extra largo honeycomb pal tern fringed Towels worth 15c special price this week Do 22x48 inch bath Towels cheap at SOc special price this week 14o T2 Inch white Quilt worth 83c epccia price this week Clarendalo Crochet Quilt extra size 1125 quality special price this week 83c Ladles silk Mitts last black only lOc Ladles Kid Gloves 81 quality in black and all similes of tan or green special price G9c 1 Lot rJf Ladles Kid Gloves regular 76c quality special price 40c Tho thousand of things that go toward making an uptodate and complete stock of Notions cannot be mentioned in this space Wo always carry a full line of Ladle and Misses Underwear Ilotlery Corsets Corset Covers Ac House Furnishings c 21 Yard Lace Curtain worth 75c ape sal price this week ISo 3 Yard Lace Curtain worth fl special price CSc 3 Yard Lace Curtain 64 inches wide worth SI 60 special price fl08 0 Foot Felt Window Shades only lOc All linen Shades assorted colors Kc quality ipcclal price 24c 7 Foot Blinds tell everywhere for Wo his week 85c When you call look at our line of Car pcta Mattings Rugs tc Millinery Childrens nicely trimmed hats in Inca and mull worth GOc only 25c Childrens trimmed list In Lace Mutt f and Klowcr worth everywhere 41 our p Ice Wc- Ladles Plain and Swell Crown Safari Flowers of every Ladles trimmed llaLeInprofuslonh f Children Lace Caps lOc to 7 We can save you 60 per cent through out this entire them to S suit all pocket booksit Ladies Ready Wear Garments ToIMercerized Under Skirts corded flounce purple bluo and pink worth f 25 special price this week 08c 1ercallno Skirts double flounce nicely j la1 cd seams special price 8Sc- Morten Skirts assorted colors 76c qual ity epcce1 price 48c Ladles black figured Dress Skirts made iSciWe carry a handsome lino In Plaid and Crepon Skirt 1160 to 15 SHLINCER BROS PRORS r X RANFJY MGB Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New Jerseya ORGANIZED 1845 Assets G941071778j Liabilities 0181070721 Surplus 502509322 The Best PolicyjTue Best Company Annual Dividend Before placing your ap j pllcatlcation for Life Insurance se- eR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky GTllcfcrencfs Our Policy Holders 1110 LINE OF s 0 CL1TIIINrG fI 0 For Men lioys and Children OODD PANTS H SPECIALTY + i See our Line of Custom Made Pant at 260 to f423 per pair t l W IEe PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Knox HatsWorld HOllow lied We hau thorn In straw Just the right thing 82 mid 93 Also stilt lints at II and Fedora and Crus- hersOTHER FINE BRANDS I We are selling a great many Pearl We will use every effort to please you CALDWELL LANIER Danville The Leading Shoo and Furnishing house of Danville THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with time marvelous Anastigmat Jxmscii the now discovery In optical scIence I to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large itock of the very latest Designs irk jVJouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality beforehave to bo seen to be appreciated Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most paintings Among the lot is the New French Fleur De mouldings specially for suitable nellcoto pictures Embroidered Mats French Colors ant pictures that ro dulro R dainty When In Danville can and see us and get our prices Wo will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Toil Office Danville Ky t e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv MAY 8 IQOO Eo 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUG belt materials combined with care skill and accuracy Jnsuro Rood No are over J used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL + AND SOCIETY R E I3KOOK8 of Wlldlc was hero Ir yesterday Loulnlllolloilr i Mlt J II HILTON of Brodhcad was hero ycilcrdav Mn I W TOTTUJ It vleltlng hla liter In Iulaskl slits J F COVER returned from Loulevlllc Sunday bias JOSIE HANKY of Danvlllo li with Mn T D Rancy OKOIIOE DeBonDK Jti spent last week with ft friend at Jolllco MR K K PATTERSON was In Lex ington Friday and Saturday- T f A JONES of Lexington was with his brother Dr R A Jones Mlt J F ROUINBON It back from his winter quarter at Columbus Oa MRS O M TIIOMI BONQ Louisville was a guest at Hon 0 A Lackey Miss TEVIB SiiELiiY who has been visiting In Louisville came homo Sun dayOUR old friend Dr 1 H Durdett of Brodncad has a bouncing boy at his house MRS S L IUBTIN and children of Laurel are with her sitter Mrs O L Dawci Mss FANNIE SHANKS and Mr Thomas Q Shanks went to Lexington FridayJOIXJE P DAILEYU representing tho Red Men In their cpuncll at Lex In pton f MRS J S WELLS and daughter of Danville were on yesterday s train to Nuhvllle Miss IDA MAY DICICKV a Cave Cit beauty arrived last night to visit 1rt Joe S Rico MR T F SllNlC and children spent several days with his sitter near Leba non Junction JUDO n 0 WILLIAMS was down from Mt Vernon Sunday to tee his brother Mr M C William W W SAUNDEJIS C O Dryson and Lewis Dllllon of Livingston wore guests at tho Veranda Uotel MR W n WKAKEX wife and daughter went to Lexington Saturday to visit his mother and sister Miss CATHERINE ALCOIIN of Hue tonvllle Is with Miss Boulah VanAre dale Harrodiburg Democrat Till young married women sewing and reading club will meet with Mr R S Lytlo at 1130 P M Thursday MR AND MRS JONAS MCKKNZIB of Mt Vernon wore guests of Mr and and Mrs JTV McKenzie at Rowland WILLIAM FIELDS will build a band some residence on his farm John T j Itlankcnsblp of Livingston Is puttln It up MRS W W HAYS toll us that her sister Mr Dr W S Beazloy of Lan castor had another ton to arrive Sun day afternoon- MRsLouSIIANtcsand Miss Anni Shanks went to Chattanooga to visi the formers slater and attend the Spring festivaltMR J D Dun1 of Barren county visiting Prof J W DavIs at Huston vlllo and ho and Mr Klbcrt Harper were hoe Saturday- It L SLAm of Gvnthlana master at arms of tho Kentucky Knight of Pythias la here helping Jesse D Wcarcn with tho endowment rank MHSSRS W L LAWSON and S G j Anderson of Gurrard wore hero Saturday but thoy took no part In tho republican convention you can bet MR G R COWDKN ono of Liberty mild merchants brought his eon Jaa P Cowdon up yesterday to have him treated for catarrh at Joseph Prico Inflrmory r MR AND MRS J K BAVOIIM- Aspent a tow days with Mr M S Baugh man and family II C Baughmnn and wife also of tho West End wero with Mrs Mary Wruy MESSRS ROIIERT AND JOIN M RANKIN of Wayne and Thomas Mo Beath of Somerset aro hero looking for farms The two first named aro brothers of our clover countyman Mr T C Rankin DR W D PENNY has a pressing In- vitatIon from Cary F Bpcnco lato cap Italn In tho Otfr U S V Infantry to bring his old company to Knoxvllla on the 14th and tako part In tho Dowse day exorcises A rate of ono faro for round trip wtll bo given by the railroads DRS STEKLK BAILEY secretary L D Cook W B ODannon E J Drown J F Peyton and J G Carpenter will attend tho Kentucky State Medical Society which convenes at Georgetown tomorrow leaving tho town minus a single allopath phyalclan t Dr Carpenter Is down to road a paper THAT clover gentleman and good democrat Mlllard F Rout came al tho way from Marksbury Garrar- county yesterday to get some of John Cooks eocd corn advertised In this paper E W Morrow of Lancaster alright politically and otherwise RecD m panted him steadlIyMRS J C McCLARY is very low pbysiolans ofCorbinhero Mr Francis will clerk for J P Jones J B VANZANT great deputy sachem and State organizer of the Red Men who has been hero for some time Is a LexingtonTand Whitley counties tomorrow on a flying visit and business combined Tommy says the mountain girls aro as sweet as the llllce of the valley LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work hCEMENTprices at Hill ft Decks SCREEN doors sceon windows rubber hose at Warren ft Shanks OUIt SPECIALTIES Prescriptions Trusses and Spectacles Craig Hocks or FOR mllletsced sweet potatoes and garden seeas of all kinds go to Hill k Beck dNOTiCtiLoavoHiggins lSims for Ico and coal Sat Itfactlon guaranteed Phono 44 TIE Milwaukee rand mows for solo by J T Jones agent C L Dawci salesman HAY Straw Corn Oats Shlpstu fl onlyJHOUSE of four rooms In good repair good jruarden on Whltloy avenue op posite Infirmary for rent Only ts per month J F Peyton MOItT whoada cut off while attempting to board a freight at Brodhcad last week died of his inju ries Ho was a ton of James Owens of Rockcsto hotyp Friday afternoon after a short illness Ho was a good natured darkey and stood tbo teasing and many practical joke played upon him as tow othe f would have p Tile Junction City Maccabcot will give a mock initiation next Friday night 11th at their hall Prof E L Grubbi Is to bo one of the unfortunate candidate All Maccabeea and their friends Invited to como and help pa for the hall SOME towhom wo have tent statements time and again are going to lear something drap beforo long t If they do not liquidate In the mean time This means you if you have treated our request for a settlement with silence SOMERSET and Lexington have rented tho old cold storage build Ing from George Russell of Junction City and will run a bottling works eofgt a business In beer Tills ofllco has rp some laming posters tolling of the good time tho Knights of Pythias aro going to have whctn at bo dedicated A stated before moat of ethe grand lease officers will be on hand GARRARD county may got her piko- In good condition but tbo had to cal on Lincoln to help her do It Mr L U Myers and brother have boon over there some time with their traction engine pulling the road machine and giving our friends In that county an idea or so how to work pikes By the way Lincoln road machine seems to have been sot aside for some reason Any way It has not been used for a yearSTAVESMr JC Coulter who It running a whisky barrel stave factory near Russell Springs was In Frankfort Yesterday where ho disposes of bin factorNhe llnds the business fairly profitable oven with that long haul Ho bough- the white oak 10 Inches and up the hickory timber on 2070 acres of land at a low figure Most of the land formerly belonged to Gen P W Har din who mortgaged It when ho made tho race for governor with Bradley MISSINO Ed Wilkinson tho bar ber loft Sunday for Now DecaturAla to assist in tho search for his brother Robert Wilkinson who has been mys teriously missing for a week or so Hie wlfo wroto that Mr Wilkinson told her and the children goodbye saying that bo was going to Tuscuinbln that State faunvcity fall to find anybody who has Been or hears of him and she fears that ho has been foully dealt with Mr W was in good condition financially end In splendid health and spirits when he left SliiLMAN Riaos who entertained our people so delightfully in will visit us again on Wednesday night 10th when ho will on Funny Side of Life This Is said bo Mr Rlggs boat production and as ho Is a floe impersonator as won as a orator wo may expect a treat In add rund e excellent pianist Mcglbbon Kim brough during which ho will give a caln a your own light if miss this tho last of Deazleyd Gos lecture course FRESH Cakes and Candles at Warrun Shanks NEW lot of njattlnga and rugs at Beazloy Hays STANFORD and Lancesater will cross bats hero Friday afternoon LEES Lice Kllicr for poultry and stock at Warren l Shanks CALL and see our ranges at common cook stovo prices G U Farris Co MILLER BROADDUS after several years enforced stay at Frankfort to again at liberty ICE cream low freezing nca polltan bricks Something new See It G H Farris d Co TilE fishing club is putting up a boat arecentlydded OUR Mammoth New Press has arrived and Mill bo sot up this we oki Como in and see it work FOR SALE Now bandmade double ot of harness pole and surrey Addrcts P O Box 101 Stanford Ky JIM colored who worked at Beazloy BroV livery stable died Satur ay of a complication of diseases JONES put his ntirestock of ladles low shoes in his cut price salo this goodrprofits oft THE consul enumerator for Stan ford Is George A McRoberts R L Porter and E E Patterson have the country adjacent to town SEE the card of Dr J M Parkhill a homeopathic physician of 20 years experience He cornea from Jefferson vllle Ind highly recommended READ THIS Remember that I sell Aultman t Taylor thresher engines and Milwaukee binders and mowers See them bolero you buy JTJones Stanford OUR Goebel monument fund has only been augmented by Sl since last report Mr J D Moore who thinks the mar tyred governor ono of the greatest men that over lived contributing it 8Two men and A woman preached and sang to a small crowd on the street hero yesterday afternoon but after tbo bat was passed around they decided to go to greener fields and struck for Lancas ter representy partiallose172933 which was satisfactory to Mr Hamilton FAULKNER STEWART ono of the countydied hlatbo South on foot with them LEO BROKEN Phil Thompson Jr son of John B Thompson of Harrods burg was found in tho old Fort Hill Cemetery unconscious with one of his logs broken in two places He says he has no recollection of ho who got there SMALL Pox AT b11DDLhnUROMr Glt Jeter writes that Nick Taylor colored farm band Is down with smell pox at Col Harvo MeAnlnchsand that several colored children In a Negro set tlement nearby are broken out The thelBASE BALL Tho second nine of this place was defeated 31 to 21 here Satur day afternoon by Lancaster Huton vlllo beat Harrodsburg 20 to 8 at the former place George Florence John DoBordo and Bob Bruce assisted the Hustonvlllo team At Danville tho same afternoon Centro College downed the Miami University team 0 to 4 AT a meeting at the courthouse Friday nlgnt It was unanimously decid ed to have a 4th of Julv celebration Will Severance was elected president A A Warren secretary and W H followingg rangements and report at the meeting next Friday night J C Florence Dr W B Penny J C McClary W W Withers J F Cummins and W II Wearcn rANDOhIobeautyW T Tucker sold to W C Shanks a six months old Hereford bull for I40 Lucius Perkins sold to J H Baugb man t Co 300 bushels of wheat at G7o M S Baughmnn sold to W A Hall a two ycar old Polled Durham bull for 60 Col I Shelby Irvine of Madison CitylastJ E Madden has sold his three Kllranrnock to W C Whitoeyrfor1 30000 U4to23 and 25o per pound atl1800 and Rosowell 850 Capt Drown bought the great handi cap horse Batten from Tom McDonald of Lexington for 110000 J E Farris refused an offer of 8000 EagloDlrd Saunders Fox d Spaldlng sold to cattloatyearlingeattlonoted In the Winchester Democrat CoogrelBnandlcap DerbyJtheHalos000 sucklingroan mare their father William Gooch used to drive cowsGiveheiferMarkatMoweaquaSon 32 females averaged 20970 and 20 bulls 21300 Perry Belmonts Etholbcrt won the Metropolitan Handicap at Mortis andImpite fromNowstable of fino horses Ho disposed of a rangingfromter C Vanoy sold to I F Shelby 22 130 SShelbyhas sold his lambs to J O Johnson buteborhelferF P sold to Bruncr Brooks of Jessamine 20 yearling steers at 41c and bought of them 03 ewes and lambs JohosoolambsJuno and July delivery Miss Suo Woner sends us word that Mist Mary F Morgan who left hero a few weeks ago for Illinois was married to Wm H King welltodo widower of Palmyra that State His oldest son entertained them handsomely on the evening of tbo wedding after which they wept to his home and at once began housekeeping J We PARKHILL Me De HOMEOPATHIC PSYSICIAN Dr Parkhlll hat had 20 years experience In tho general practice of offers his service to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cases Olflce opposite Court lIoule OMcehoursKa SIM REPORT OF Till CONDITION OF THE Lincoln County National Bank OF STANFORD KY At lbe coMo liuilncM April 26lb 1900 RESOURCES 00dq S Ilondu to secure dmilitlon 100000 00 Premiums on S blonds 314 IXnklnghoutc furniture rod natures 1000 00 Due from National liankt not Rcaenre Agent 1108 Due from approve t rewrr agent 44931 InternalRevenue stamp sos 00 Cbecki and other cashhems6001Noteof- otberNanenatlsaaks 2300 00 Fractional paper currency nlekle and 59toSpecie 119090 00 Legal tender note 6000 oq 20e0 00 Krdnuptlon iron UI Tre4 r S cent elruUtoD 4800 Tctal tiHl LIAIilLITlHSt 00IUndivided proBU lesexpenetyanl tax e paid er0a 00aDue te State lUnka and Ianken 2M4 01 Individual deposit iub t to check 76902303- LlaMlllle other than these tare sated 230 00 Total 41211a 61 6TAT15 OF KENTUCKY County of Lincoln H namedllankdoeoteutniyvear true to the beat of my knowledge and lllef J OWiiLBY Cashier dayofAttntl J ELYXN S H SHANKI J NSlnxavaa- aids REPORT OF TIE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD- In the Stale of Kentucky at the Glees of builnen April 61h1900- RESOURCES Loam and dlcounuI682113 2ii Overdraft ecurcd and unsecured 7289 41 U S Dondt to secure Circulation 81000 00 Premium on U S llonil 1667 50 Stocks lecurlllei etc 10731 10 Canklnchouieurnture and fixture 9200 00 Other real ette and mortgages owned 7304 20 Due from National Danki not serve Agents 5937 01 Due from approved reserve agents 274l internal nerenue stamps 440 00 Checks and other cash Items 2316 Note of other Nat Jankv 1010 00 Fractional paper currency nickels sad Cents 50 Specie 1MI4 00 Legal Under note 341 00 16812 00 Redemption fund with US Treasurer SPOTCCDL of circulation 405000 Total 1113 LIIIILl1lESiCapital stock 100OOI 00 Surplus fund 17910 00 Undivided profit less expenses and- National taxet pald43j 22 Dink Notes outstanding 81000 00 Due to other National flacks11190 58 Due to Stale hank and Banker 4092 13I Individual deposits subject to check 124010 TotaL 5313887 STATE OF County of IIneclnslJohn J IICJ Dern casnier above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment Is true to the best of m and be lief JOHN J McROBERTSCahier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day 01 May 1JW W M I1RHIIIT N P L C J Sllocaaa tv11YALTos1Y Duettors ao CULTIVATORS We sell tho Moline Brown New De parture Cultivators E3TAlso One lforse FiveTooth Cultivators If you need a Cultivator see usSC t Higgins Sc McKinney Stylish Oxfords Queen Quality Oxfords are the coolest the best fitting and the easiest walking shoes conceivable They are also exceedingly hand some 250Look for TRADE MARK stamped on sole I CUliMI1l1S UgCLllBY This Weeks Cut Price Sale Leads off on Ladies SUM 1EIE FOdDTWEAB Many of you are just now wanting a cool stylish Shoe Come this week and get any pair In the house at LESS THAN COST PRICE Duchess Slippers Strap Sandles Toe Slippers Button Oxfords Southern Ties 09Pulley Ties Full dress patent kill Slippers all go in this sale Ono Wook Only I These are tho best shoes made and all this seasons styles JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad Magnetic Values Wo are offering moro good things to buyers of Dry Goods Shoos and Furnishings than was over offered by any house in Stauford Fast Colored Lawijs 5c Fast colored Dimities at 7jc Lot No best quality percales SO in at 5c Lot No 2 best quality percales 30 inch nt 7ic Ladies Ready Made Skirts 1 to 5 made right Ladles Ready Made Waists f to 350 All styles In Mens Collars only lOc Ladles Common Sense and Cain Toe Oxfords 31 Best Gents Undershirt in town for 25c Look at our Carpets CurtainsAnd Shade and Po- lesSEVERANCE SONSOpposite Court House PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery Paints And Oils i Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky r THGTTERIOR JOURNAL Entere n the pOtoOlce at Stanford Ieoondcfaa9 mail- erlublthaaTu0ayw nFrtcSavAr 1 PER YEAR CASH ay When not lopaldm200 wt be ehallled KNOXVILLE DIVISION N nbtt a mgotpg 1 TfiJ1 U a m M12 81 HII ISouth UII2PIll For alllrnt KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION BUnlolrl1t 109 K Arnireat 13aares at 710 No21 1200 Artlvea Fowand Nor3 Laves Stanford at 230 331 QUEEN CRESCENT SOulhpJuntton City No1Trdnegoing 1No 11n A Gel aottop Ao 91160 r w 1 803 r QOIeg No 38 JSouth No2 doesnt atop No 4122 r u No 106AI CINCINNATI FRANKFORT AND at660 u 910 r K rralalaveFnnkfort town wltb the lw X01Ketninlosgla rarlsatt 130 tr and 5 after tonnedlol with R reaching and 915 r I- Ibetta 1120 u710 r uat 7IS r I- Jlt fur oeo tonttrain lava NEWTON 01 A J+ + YJC 1Jf Y t1N3EBcr AItEB Manufacturer and Dcalear In ItABNESS SADDLE T i0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYST- JNDEBTAEERS DEALERS IX Furniture RlattiugsRUgS And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furnituro for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Green RiverWoolen Mills Phil Casey Co Ky MANcFACTtNW oy Jeans Linseys Flannels Blankets And Yarns ROLL CAUDJNO and Ira ofYarnstogie2plfor3plIn any color the gdsitOar mtchlniry made by ui we guarantee to outwear the product of other millslAY wool for a PlainmdseyTwill I2c 0 wool fe blue 5 cta more All Wool mnkell13 palrSlb- Wool to a pair Ilogle Yarn loo lb oz Wool woolreuirodtoeIoundSapouode1ira- tor Ib IS ox red blue or black In yarn a file a pound Our Motto High Grade Goods Bard Time Prices Encourage hnme Industry to home labor Why tend work to distant mill when you can get a letter article at home for com l mlTely the lime price We solMt youi pa guaraut to give satisfaction In q ial Ity of In prices and dealing Bring us tm work and we will convince you tbat our claims are not Wool taken la ex dlue tor goals at market l Write or all aol get our tirlM 1roiuptattentlon to all Inqul lu wanted Woolbl l lots of 14- 0ponLdaorovetfreightpaidone We do not pay guy eight ItlVKH WOOLENMuta1 Shipping Point McKlnney Isaiah White Ajr atBtanford Ky LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un tea Station 10th and Broadway Passengers desiring information and rales to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska and in tho far West Including Cal Uoruln5houldaddress Rank J AstiEJass Agl W U McDcel ViccPres a Gen Mnjr Charles H Rockwell Traffic Mrtjr 1cUablepcuooeotmccbeotcalor inTentlre mind teHiaz a trip to po on with good ripraii old ihoaW wrlto ZLa rATONX lUOlU Baltimore lid I LINCOLN COUNTY BOYS FIGHTING MANILA MarTIWo arrived In Manila November 7 1S09 and until tho last of December wo had scarcely any thing to do but drill and do guard duo ty Wo aro stationed on Good up Ridge 10 miles south of Manila From tboro we wero ordered to Calamba on Sanauto rlvor Wo remained thoro some hlnlr like a week and woro ro lelvcd by tbo 42nd Infantry and tho 37th was ordered to Santa Cruz onto S n cruz Lake Calamba is about 3i miles south of Manila and Santa Cruz Is about 75 miles and In the center of the Insurgents foot hold of tho south line Wo tho 37tb had never had any engagement with tho enemy until WII arrived hero but I dont think thero has been a day since now year that our regiment or somo portion of It has not been engaged A few days after wo arrived at Santa Cruz wo learned that there were qulto number of Insurgents encamped at at Marie a small town on tho lake soutb east of Santa Cruz and our battalion the third was ordered to get rcady with 200 rounds of ammunition and ono days ration Wo wont aboard tho launches that were waiting for us and we were soon on our way for the attack on St Marie In front of our c01umn of launches steamed the Lagooncr II gun boat that had aboard six Juns three 3 210 and threo 0inch guns It was our first attempt to make an a iack and It seemed that every ono was In good spirits and anxious to fire the rat gun When wo camo in eight of ha town every thing looked quiet and no appearance of warfare whatever iVo were not ablo to land with our launches so wo had about a mile of mud and water to wade Every man with his rifle 200 rounds of ammunition and his rations was making ble way to the shoro in a skirmish llno march Tho enemy had made their renchcs right along the shore The officers had discovered the treDehcs with their field glasses but couldnt sCQ auy one about them so wo continued our march and when we got In about 700 yards of the shore they opened upon us and wo returned tho fire Their first volley went way abovo our heads and wo were ordered to advance Their line seemed a mllo long or probabl longer Tho volleys came fast and tho un boat opened firo and threw ot tots from tho rear which soon quieted every thing and our march was ulckly completed Not a native could be found that was ablo to get away There wero 10 killed and several oundedund wo only had three men wounded slightly The shells tore one church down wrecked several dwell Ints and the 30th Infantry marched In- tbo next morning and is doing garrl son duty their now This was our first engagement but slnco that time wo havo had seven more etty stiff little fights The peopl there think the Fllllplnos dont want- to fight but they give us sometimes as- mucb as we want and sometimes more Company L our company were out the Hth on a scout and ran into about 200 natives They began to firo from both sides of the road and we killed 10 am iptured somo of their guns dud ammu nltlon They have some Mauser gum but the principal part we got were single and doublo barrel shotguns David V Kennedy was shot through tbo hip with a slug or largo ball of sow kind and has a dangerous wound but the doctor says bo Is getting alonj verywell Lt Miles was In command and thinks Newton Wells killed tho llllplno that shot Kennedy Wells lied one and got his gun and nola all right enough We have several time been marching along in columns of- fours and would bo fired on from the bushcs probably from 200 to 300 ould- be lined up and firo on us from places that wo couldnt make any charge on- thcm They havo all advantage of Ionly they dont have as good guns os- we have Tbo rainy season ceased hero about- the 20th of November and will com monce again about tho 20th of April and I feel confident that the 37th w1l- 1stay the full time and when the war- wIll close is unknown I think as long as there are Fllllpinos hero there wlil- bo fighting It will bo as impossible to- Jet the Fllllpinos to live under American laws as It wits the Indian for tbey- are all tbo same race of people Their relljtlon is Catholic but It la different from the Catholic of America and Rny- ono can see that they are determined Our commanding oUicer told the people of Santa Cruz to go ahead and make their laws and tho U S boys would prolect them from the insurgents or- any coming enemy and they told him- they didnt want American protection tbat their feelings wero with tho Insurgents while they had not raised arms- nUl they favored the Insurgents And when peace and harmony reigns here It will be when there Is no Fllltplno no American for they both cant live In harmony togetherW F MARTIN 37th U S V Co L P I P SSinco I commenced I have secure n photograph of tho Insurgent le ider and doubtless some of the readers of the INTERIOR JOURNAL have never- secn his picture and would be glad to- sce it Kmollo Agulnaldo Is a graduate of tbo Hong Kong University and speaks English and Spanish fluently and regarded among his own people as supernatural being and among Amtrl cans as a great man W F MAIITIX MILLIONS OIVEII AWAY licerlul IIIr1ujinl to the to iofuoo W stern in the who are not afraid to generous to the nIT and suffering The lfOlrle Ion Kings New Dltroury for ConlumllIon ughsandQuidbnegiven ten million medicine haY trial J and the uiltfacllon ot knowing It hat absolutely eu thousand of bopeleaa cant Aithma 1I1Onthllls lloarenea and all dlMawa of the Throat Cb1 Sod Lunga are lurely rured by II tall on 1 Penn UrufgUt and get a ifre trial tattle lttg ultralzeMtrandgl Every care guaranteed or price refunded Mrs Poltor Palmer will make hersell the cynosure of all eyes In Paris She has already rented tho old homo of a Marquis at 84000 a month and Is Ilro pared to elvo sorao entertainments Y01l calculated to open theYOd of royalt sloe REWARD lioo The reader of tbli paler will is lewed lo learn hat there la at least one dreaded disease ht science hu been able to Cure In all 1U stages a nd that la Catarrh hells Catarrh Cure is the only podtlT cure now known to the medical hternll- Catarrh 1lrl conrtllutlonal disease require I constitutional treatment hails CaUnh lure It taken Internally the blood sodmucousurfaces ol155ytemtherel dntro Ing the foundation of be disease a tbe patient atrensth by bulldinK up the conttltull and assisting nature In doing Ita work The pro prletora so niHCh filth In Ita curative powtn they oaer1100forsoyasethat U fala to turr end ol testimonials Addreea F J CHKNEY A CO Toledo O old brdrulllli 72c hail Famlly l1Ire the beat After listening at Sam Jones oxcor late him and mankind in general Emmett Logan rushed to his offlco and penned tho following Phlneas Bar mm coined money out of the motto Tho People Like to bo Humbugged lam Jones is coining It out of tho by lothcsls that they llko to be black uarded AN EPIDEMIC OF WIIOOPIXI COUGH I consider it not only a pleasure but 4 duly I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure effected In my case by ho timely use of Chamberlains Colic holem andDiarrlToo Rem yCW aken very badly with flux and procuici II bottle of this remedy A few dotes of it floated a permanent cure I take pleas ure in recommending it to others sufleririf from that dreadful dieeaseJ W iVKpn Dorr W1a This remedy II sold by Craig Hooker Druggists Ono swallow does not make a summer and the nomination of Rev S O Swallow of Pennsylvania for president of United Christian party doesnt ncces irlly mean that tbo winter of our po lltleal discontent Is ovar Louisville fines BRAVE MEu FALL Victim to stomseh liver sad hides treoWw wflll as wowtn and all feel the results In tan ipettte polSona In the blood backache Dervoui nllll ha ache and tlrcdjlstleaa rundown fotilec- lIut theros no need to feel like that Usteo Ie J W lardner Idartlle lod Ile sari Kleetrie Jilt raanjostth thing nor a wan when wi U an- run down dont ewes whether he lira or diN It lid more to give ins new strength and good oellte than anything could lake I can new et IllY and bare anew lees on life Only See at Penny a Drug Store Every bell fuaraimd If the Sundry Civil Bill passes in Ita pteeent form It will carry an approprla tlon of 300000 for the improvement of- tho Big Sandy and 200000 for Improv InA tho Kentucky river In Delaware tho ppiag was In extra demand Saturday when nine eu1prlts all of them black were whipped for petty larceny The National Womans Whist Con- grc8s at Detroit Mich spent tho first seulon in playing preliminaries A FOLLOWER OF MEASLES In many Instances a persistent cough follows an- attack of measles In speaking of this- Mr Walter B Heel editor of the Elkin N C Times says Three weeks ago bad an attack of measles which loft me- with a bad cough I took several doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the- cough has entirely disappeared I con- sldcr Chamberlains medicines the best on the market For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists A half mile track is being made bt- tbe Mlddloboro fair grounds and a bl- fnlr and races will bo hold thero this year Qthu District Court of tho United 811toI for tho Dhtrlet of Kentucky In HunUruplcy In tho matter of Henry Hrlcht Ferro Ilankrupt On this of Slay A n 1000 on considering of Iho nCorel1 bankrupt f x discharge filed on Sflth day of April 0 1000 It Is ordorell by the snort t lat a lioarlng be hud upon Iho anmu on the 20th dll of A n boforv aald court nt LouUvlllo lu auld dl trlet nt 10 oclock in the forenoon or M near thereto its practicable and that 1101110 thereof bo published ono time In tho b1E molt JOUHNAI a nomnapor printed In Iltl district and that all known creditor nnd other persons In Interest may appcitrat aiel tlmo and plaro and how cause Any they hare why tile prayer of snld IlClltloller should not be Vltnots tho honorable Walter Evan JudltOof said Court and tho scat thereof In said district on tho Gth day of May A D IMO W O OitArxAx Clerk fly T It WIASD U O I THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only RIRSIlCIJhotel a SS 2 RATEOne block from the principal shoppin district and two blocks from the Ihre principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all ptrts 0 ho City Everything neat and clean ltadies 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