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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftW MI1 NEWS OF TIlE VICINAGE J 11 Urynn has boon appointed poat master at Whtto Oak Gap Iulaski Dr L Jlraioo jroi tbo poorhoueo pracllco of Madison for 160 and the jull practice tit SlU- At Lake Laurel county John Io tree has been appointed poHmastcr and at NVofford Whltloy county John II Ilryant Representative Gilbert Introduced too following pension bills Samuel M Cluro Mt Vernon at tho rate of 110 per month James L Webb Perry vlllo tit n month Mrs Mildred lilrdwttlstoll need 70 wIle of W N nirdwhUtcll and mother of J M U Uirdwhlilall editor of tbo News died euddonly of apoplexy at tbo homo of her ion lo Lawronccburg Joo Mupowoll the cashier of tho El till County Deposit flank who about IIxyears ago look from the bank all the cash In slht and departed from tile State waa arrested In Kansas and le now In Jail at Irvine A buslncM homo und stable on Sails bury Avenue Mlddlcsboro belonging to U II Tom Fox was burned lOll 100 with WOO Insurance T J flee Ire who was sleeping up tttulrs came near being burned Uu ctcapcd by Dumping from the second story window MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Thomas Tapp a widower of 33 and Mlfcs Nannie O Lane 25 wcro married by Elder TM Ilubbard Wednesday r T C Holloway and Mill Mary the daughter of Ilov P W Noland of Nicholaavlllo will marry In June 3Rev J Scott Merrodlth rector of church at nrli and MIll Sadlo Clark of tbo tamo city arc It marry Juno 0 Mr frank Burton and Miss Maria Worthington were married at Pitta burg Pn alter n eourUhlp of fiOycara lie II SO and she IMfl On the 15th by tbo Ilov Q M Durkc Mr Arthur Uuell 10 And Miss Nina the pretty daughter of BonJ V Farrell were united In marriage After courting 90 years John Smith of Gulptpper Va and Mill Lucy Howard of Mu Vernon 0 wore married tbU week Ho Is OB and she 01 The engagement of Thomas Under wood Dudley Jr son of the Kplnoopa nishopottbe Dloectool Kentucky acd Miss Anne Trlplolt Haxall of Loudon county Va Is annoanavd- Mis Satan King tOwslay and Dr John G TalboU both of Ilurksvlllo were marrlwl by the Ilov K L Pow cli lo the parlor the PInt Christian ihurch la Loulsvlllo Tuesday Only tho immediate families wore present MlsaUwsloy Is the pramldaughter of Judge W F Owslev of Cumberland jcounty nod daughter of William Ow ley of Unrksvllle ono of the roost prominent stock men In the State She has been visiting her aunt Mrs fl II i Grant at 121 Third Street for sever Iatweeks Dr Talboit Is a prominent I U young physician of Durksvlllo ills I family hvo at Versailles and are well known people In that part of tho Suite Courier Journal CRAB ORCHARD The weather Is unusually dry for the season and gardens are suffering Many farmers aro walling for rain before planting corn and some who have planted are compelled to replant There U a himvyshlpmiintof lumber tan bark nod saw logs from this place every week The saw mill the hoop polo factory tho gun stock mill with other industrious should bo a source of prollt to Crab Orchard Many visitors are already arriving and tbo season promises to bo gay and pleasant Mr and Mrs J Mlnary of HI Louis art with Mr and Mrs J J Urooks for the summer Mrs Mercer of Madison Ind U vUltlng her aunt Mrs Alice Nuwland Dr J S Stapp la somewhat Improved Dan Hohuan la much batter MISS CaptlolaSlaugb icr Is able to bo out during pleasant weather The wife and little son ofI Dr George U Combs of Kansas City Mo aro with Dr and Mrs J S Stapp After a pleasant visit to her parents Dr J D Pettus and wife Mrs Maud Campbell loft Tuesday accompanied by her mother for her home In Loulsvlllo Mra Elizabeth Higgins of Stanford Is a pleasant guest of Mra Kato Egbert WHAT 18 m HrlRtiti ll euso wo mean Whatever 1111I Icontinue to die with It You can beP tin exception to the rule It you want to It you have any kidney len nt all can cured Tho Itc l Circle Pills will take thoI 1lIl1Iu51 out of your yus tIO pBln out of our the wtix of your complexIon n nil thu albumen out of your nature will do tho rwt- EtlLKPSVk t When Eilloi y U tho result of some in jury to the bruin or spinal cord It bo lIuflly nsnortcd that tho victim of thudlIcao will forever rumiiln a victIm his unc s tho case lturFlcaloperaUonan er Tho KM Olrclo 1IIU wIIYUtlIovo tor tiid liver Nature wilt do tho resttA QltKPN EYJDMO BT1ItIFor such wiu a man mistaken because ho bilious A Ked CIrcle Pill every night 3for month would havo spared him un just clmrgo IT WONT CUKE YOUR HEART DISEASE Nultliar will anything oho Hilt tho Hod 1lrdo Im wilt curt of VPl0 who think tIey htive IIeartlPIbOUTtU0 enough heart puliItatuii but lalpltatiou ttoes u not nocounrlly Inoal a dIaaod heart lt4s jhitterevwit Ihat you iire Julvls J POLITICIANS AND POLTICS t State Treasurer Uagar has bad Gov Goebols picture placed on the checks of hU olllce Eight 01 tho cabinet dlDccrs whlT served under Mr Cleveland have been gathered to their fathers In ftlx months It will be a half century since Ualusha A Grow was for his first term In Congress electedI Congress has appropriated next fiscal year 710000000 to moot the general expenses of thn government Ioftimustcr Tbpmpson at Havanand mitt that ho used public funds for his private attain but explain that be needed the mondy Tbo democratic primaries held In Georgia Insure the reolcctton of Sena tor flacon and the entire Georgia delo gallon In the House of Representatives- A Konlucklan Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Brlstow has been ordered to Havana tosuprncde an Ohio anMr ItatbbonoIn charge of Cuban postal affair S D Shattuck one of the founders of the republican party and chairman of tbo Michigan delegation which nom- Inated John O Fromont for president died in Knoxvlllo Teen aged 81 After a discussion covering five full day the Sonata passed tie naval ap propriation bill It provides for the erection of an armorplate factory to cost not more than 14000000 The judiciary committee of tbo house will report a constitutional amendment giving Congress the power to define regulate control prohibit or dissolve trusts whether in the shape of a corporation or otherwise Judge J D White of Irvine has an nounccd his candidacy for Congress In the 10th district Ho Is a sterling dom ocrat and was very active In tbo recent Stale campaign making speeches in nearly every county In Eastern Ken tuckyTho general deficiency bill provides for the payment to Representatives G G Gilbert Oscar Turner Vincent forcing George M Davlson and J D White tbo sum of 12000 and 1185570 to Walter Evans contest foes ID Ken Lucky elections After a spcccn roasting the commit too which unanimously declared be bad bought his scat Doodlor Clark of Mon lana resigned his seat In tbo Senate Ho wired his resignation to the governor of Montana who happened to be Lieu Gov Sprlggs in Gov Smiths absence Sprlggs who Is a Clark sym pathizer promptly reappoInted Clark to succeed himself anti Clark accepted the appoIntment CHURCHES AND PREACHERS 11 M Uuford of Loulsvlllo gave 1500 toward the erection of a now flap tist church at Harrodsburg Tbo enrollment at West Kentucky College tills year Is JOG the largest In the history of tbb Institution Elder Milton Elliott Is principal Tbo General Assembly of the Pres byterian church convened in Atlanta Ga yesterday and tho General As sembly of the Cumberland Presbyte nan at Chattanooga French Walker of Birmingham Ala Is only CO antI has bee a a member of the Methodist Baptist Christian Presbyterian and Episcopal churches Ho Is now a leading light In the tatter Rev W S Danloy D D who has just been elected State president of the Kentucky Christian Endeavor Union Is pastor of the Cumberland Prcsbyto rlau church ut Owonsboro and was re cently nominated for Congress on the prohibition ticket Roy G II Rout tbo pastor of the Presbyterian church who Is nt Cincin nati where bo recently underwent a very dangerous surgical operation Is steadily Improving and may soon bo able to return horns lIe has been the pastor of tho same church for about 35 consecutive years Mrs Loland Stanford on the anni versary of her deceased sons birthday delivered over to Bishop Grace the deed to the old Stanford mansion which shall henceforth bo known as tbo Slanord Latbro Children Homo At tbo same tlmo 875000 was given which Is to servo as an endowment fund for the Institution IC fe O SCENIC PXAYINQ GAUDS Wo bavo just received a now lot of scenlo playing cards Each card has anoxqulaito engraving of a bit of econ cry along the line and there aro 63 different scones Similar cards can not bo bought for less than 81 per pack The denomination are Shown In small letters and figured In tbo corners that persons who do not play cards can arrange them In groups and frame thom making very pretty pictures Send 30c in cash or stamps to coverI cost and postage and a dock mailed to your address WI Barney Dlv Pass Agent Lexington Ky Low rates to Washington D C via tbo Qucon Crescent route May 20th o 22d on account annual session ImpeI Council Order of Mystic Shrine partlcu11lars fOnoll O liter iilterlaff uontbt from llecul UtuU ho would die unlmt t ro tly operation was performed but tie cured hlnuelf with boxes ot nt Arnica Balre the turrai Jlle cure on Esrtb and the lot Salve In the World 23 centi a Inf BotJ by IDDT Dimlit Theptofllcoat Ellzabethtdwn was s KlBgsiille Uncoln county Mr and MreTF Johnson hired tho bomu and baggy at the livery eta bio and attended church at Pleasant Point Sunday- J L Johnsons strawberries aro ripening and notwithstanding frosts- and dry weather he has a fine prospect ImmonauIlarger fruits aro at least not seriously Injured The Rev Stamper of Georgetown preached u boiulUul sermon to a large and appreciative congregation at tho Pleasant Point Baptist church Sunday morning Services were adjourned at the Christian church and the majority of our church going people beard ROT Stamper There was to bavo been a baptizing Tuesday afternoon but the girl who was to bavo boon immersed and who was a domestic at Mrs CresS decamped early Tuesday morning taking with her several of her mistress dresses lire Jones brought the meeting to a close Tuesday ovcnlgn Rev J W Edwards was hero Tues day cnrputo from Grove home Ho preached at Walls school house FrI day evening and at Grovo Saturday and Sunday to a good audlenco Ho will preach at Walls school house the sec ond Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday morning and evening at Grove Miss Ada Fllntbas returned from a protracted Bloy In Lexington Miss Annlo Leo weut to liurneide Tuesday Miss Clara Dunn and brother Clar ence are visiting their former homo In Grant county MIss HolcnoBrough of Boone county arrived Tuesday and was met by her brother Inlaw Hardln Young of Highland Mrs Major Smith baa returned from Marllnsvllo Ind Jcsso Hukcl of Lexington la hero representing his grocery nrm of Grant ft Hdkel Lumber Dealer Bud Russell is hero on business John EvcrardCrelgbton has returned from a pleasant visit at Bnrnsldo and Somer vet A train of Lexington college stu dents camujttbrough yesterday from Chickamauga TboujPotter bridge crew Irbcro repairing Fishing Creek trestle Claude Penny backer was here from Burgln Sunday W R Cundlft visited his homcfolka nt Norwood Saturday and Sunday E M C r ML VERNON John Rlcklca Is doing eomo nlco painting at tbo pO6U Qlco Prof Ewers of this place Is in pos session of a violin made 80 years ago Tbo Signal this week contains a pIe Lure and writeup of that excellent young physician Dr Monroe Ponnlng tonA telegraph ofllce has been opened at Sparks quarry Dr John M Williams who lately purchased an Interest in tho plant Is handling the wjrea T J Cress the Dlsputanta merchant was hero Wednesday Mrs Susan Pen nlnglon Is visiting her son the doctor hero W C Mulllna Is back from Frankfort whore ho bad been In the interest of John Dugan who was released on a pardon Dr J B Lawrence has returned to Hyden after a weeks visit to relatives hero T J Dullard G M Ballard Boglo Phillips J L Joplln Jake Sambrooke T J Cross and S H Martin arc the names of the ccnsJa enumerators for Rockcasllc Thomas Nicely will probably bo ap pointed also Mack Estca is doing some nlco cabinet work Little Ella Baker continues very MIDDlEBURB Coffey Coulter bought 43 ebcep Tuesday at 2bO Born to tbo wife of G S Durham u bouncing girl on the 14th Forest tires aro causing some of the nearby farmers considerable trouble Died on llth an Infantof Ceo Beetle and on the 13th fin infant of Jesse G W Dryo and son Jim of Mt Vernon are visiting tho family of Dr J T Wesley Rev A R Wright a student of Georgetown College fillet the pulpit In the absence of the pastor Roy Ceo Green Sunday Miss Clara Haldeman tbo beautiful daughter of Mr W B fialdenmn of Louisville bad been selected as sponsor for the Sons of Veterans for Kentucky The flag of the 30th Louisiana regiment captured before Atlanta In 1864 by tbo 46th Ohio regiment will bo returned to the survivors of the Southern regiment at the Confederate reunion in Loulsvlllo Ono ot tho most Interesting features of the coming fttthoring of the old Confederates will bo tho unveiling of tho paintings of the 15 leading South era generals by young girls of Ken tucky and tho South who will be nam ed for thla honor Ono of the most novel features of tboI amusements that will bo offered those who attend the Confederate reunion will be the colored jubilee singers t1nI the management of Col Will S Hays These volunteers aro tbo realC thing noshoddybuntcork imitatorsi THE APPETITE OF A ItenTlsxlbf all ca wlOse StlllUcbI Liter Ire out of order All lucb that Dr KInKs NeW Life iIIi the wond Stomach sod layer flem4y gives ipindldappe tile pound dictation and a regular rbcdlljrB3bIl J heAlth d t Moflticello Wayne County am Rankle purchased a 25 foot front ton Main iitrcet from Brent Craw ford for 8350 to which ho wilt remove his ExcbaoBo Building Dave Voung of Somerset has arriv ed and will take charge of hIs picture gallery which ho will remove from the Brent Crawford lot to tbo ono adjoin log of W R Taylora on Michigan Avenue Ben F Rogers a Wayne county farmer died Monday evening of heart disease Ho leaves a wlloto mourn his loss Ho was a member of tbo Monti cello Lodge No 431 Bcd was burled by same at his homo near Parncll Oil men are arriving every day and are making preparations to look over tho fields Several new wells have ben opened Up and tbo Standard Oil Cow pany are preparing to run another pipe line frOm Tennessee through the Wayne county fields io Somerset Georgo Follla of Columbia forms part of the Record forco at present Mr and Mrs Ben Hardla entertaIned Aliases Emma Ramsey Mary Helen and Amelia Oatts this week Mrs R L Johnson after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives has returned to her homo In Henderson Mra J A Philips Is out again after a severe illness Rev A H Hope has returned from a pleasant trip to Somerset John Oatta Sr brought back plans with him from the South for the now bank Dr L B Cuok and family were enter tamed on Monday by his brother Dr Will Cook and on Tuesday by Mrs Llttla Wilhlto an aunt of Mrs Cook Quito a number of young peoplo aro making arrangements tq attcnd the reunion at Louisville Mrs W W KIndrick Is improving very slowly Miss Mally Tate of Mill Springs Is visiting friends and relatives hero Mr and Mrs Ben Hardin enjoyed a pleasant visit with Mrs Emma L Oatta at Maplewood Miss Emma Ramsey entertained qulto a number of her young friends at her lovely homo Thompsonla on Monday evening and alt enjoyed a delightful evening Among those present wore Misses Sarah Smith Ella Francis Florence Duncan Amelia Calls LIdO Phillips and Vie Fleming Messrs Wm Craw ford Isaac Walker Lewis Tuttle Joe Korea George Follla Lucius Bertram Mao and Hiram Philips Simpson and Clarence Duncan Mrs Ada E Phil ips has boon ill for several days Judge E F Sanders is attending the Federal court at Covlngton John Maurice of Sllckford was in town a few days lust week Sam and John Miller of Mill Springs wero visiting two of our pretty girls Sunday Joe Kerns and Miss Llttla Shearer and Richard Shearer and Miss Emma Simpson made a de lightful visit to Gap Creek Miss Sarah Smith and Joo Kerns gave several of their friends a pleasant time by taking them on a fishing trip this week Misses Katheryno and Nora Tuttlo and Ella Francis accompanied them Tim CONFEDEItATE VETERAN tow club rates given wIth the INTE RIOR JOURNAL 1 year each for 8160 The growth of the Confederate Veter an published by S A Cunningham at Nashville Teen Is remarkable Its circulation of 84 Issues monthly ag gregated to January 1000 1102452 copies Averge for 1893 7083 1894 10137 1895 12916 J890 13444 1897 10175 1898 10100 1899 20166 Sub scrlptlons for tbo Veteran will be re ceived at this oHlce It and the INTE IIIOR JOURNAL will bo sent for a year- at tbo club rato of 8160 By appllca- tlon to us copies of the Veteran will bo sent to our veteran friends who are un ablo to subscribe W P Walton MASS CONVENTION There will boa mass convcntlou of thcllcraocrnta of Lincoln county at tbo court bouso In Stanford Ky Saturday Juno 10th a 2 P M standard time for tbo purpose of selecting delegates to a convention to bo held at Harrodsburg June 20th to nominate a candidate for Concrcsa JNO W HOLMES Cbtnn HOWS TillS We offer One Hundred Uolla Reward for any tale of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by lulls Vs tarrh CureC1IEEY A CO Toledo O the underilgncd hive known J Cheney lor the last 15 yearand Itlitre him Irtectly honorable In transaction and financi ally able to carry out any oblIgations wade by their linn- WIITt TBCAX Wholesale PruggUU Toledo O YALuINii 1INAX a MARVIN Wboleule lirug Toledo O HalraCaiairhCurali taken Internally acting directly ulOn the blood and mucous urfaeft or the yiteui Tettlmonlali tent free Price ilo per bot tie Sold by all DruggUU HaUa Family lllla are best S SPECIAL RATES TO WASHINGTON D CTbe Chesapeake Ohio wil sell round trip tickets to Washington D C May 20 to 21 at ono faro for the round trip good returning until May 3lat on account of tho meeting of tho Mystlo Shrlnora Keep these dates in your mind If you aro going to mateo a trip East George W Barney div pass agent C O Ry Lexington a The ancients believed that rheumatism eras tim work ofa demon within a man Any one who has had an attack of sciatic or inllmmatory rheumatism will agree the Infliction Is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It lies never been claimed that Chamberlains lain Sum would cast out demons but it will cure rheumatism and hundreds bear tcstlmo ny to the truth of his statement Ono application relieves tho pain and this quick relief whith it aflbrda is aloho worthman1ilmes its ccatFor tialo by t n Jf 1 r t LANCASTER Marshal Pierce arrested Fuller Hunt colored and ho was sent to the work boost for committing a breach of the peaceMr and Mrs E C Walton and about 20 others from Stanford were here Tuesday night Mra Morton Broad dus is on the sick list Mr John Holtzclaw and Miss CarrIe Bourno drovo to Danville Wednesday and took the marriage vows J M Logan and J M Farra are In Loulsvlllo More dogs should be killed since B little child ofHalph Arnold was so se veroly bitten byOne as to require the services of Dr Ktnnaird In dressing tho wound Tbo ladlcawho raised a fund to pur chase a cemetery gate deserve much credit It la one of the most handsome pieces of work In this section of the Stato and It cost 8450 Cat Win Uorndons headquarters for receiving visiting veterans and a signing them to homes will be opened at the county court groom Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock- ThovarloulIcommlttocs to prepare for the meeting of the G A R on the 24th and 25tb report favorably on ar ran emcnt8 to entertain ajargo crowd We will bavothreo brass bands and a drum corps toglvo life lo the occasion At Iho close of GonJ Gordons lec tureOQ the 24tbtbe Confederato vet erans will beiwelcouicd In a body id the court house by G A R veterans and they aro Invited to take part In thn parade They aro requested to rc port to Mr T JHatchcrifor organi zationManager Fisslnger has engaged Hecks AllSiarlVaudovlllo Company to bo at the opera houso May 23 24 and 25 glvlnginatlneo Thursday and Fri day They have living pictures sac lal scenery and every thing necessary to rendcrantattracltvo entertain meet Admission 25 35 and 50 cets Reserv ed seats at Stormes drug store Tickets are selling rapidly for the Godon lecture at the court house on the night of the 24th and It being a military occasion tbo lecture of the greatest living Confederate veteran will be regarded as the most Important event during tbo meeting of the G A R The court house will bo crowded and tickets are selling rapidly at Mc Roberts drug etoro Messrs R O Cunningham and Per non Richardson of Danville paid mo a pleasant call Wednesday Mr C Is to be editor and manager of tbo Danville News a semiweekly democratic news paper to be Issued May 29 I have all reason to believe that the enterprise will be a success as the manager has paperlitquestionsThe house was filled Tuesday dramaitALeonard Lillian Calif baby Grace and our best homo talent Everybody pro nounced It the best entertainment that has been given In the opera house The characters wero filled with an ease graco spirit and earnestness that would do credit to many who have spent their lives on the etagoa Miss Grace Kin nalrd presided at the planoltn a highly creditable manner Tho little peoples cake walk elicited much applause Lotchcr Owsloy as tbo hero Ed Dish op as the villain Louis Walker as the rich man G B Swleebroad aa tough lien Miss Eliza Luekastho heros mother Miss Allco Henderson the do sorted wife and J M Farra J Joseph Herbert Klnnalrd and BenHerndou in other Important characters wero all exceedingly clever and made tho at traction highly realistic The bay seed parade eclipsed that of SI Plunkard Owslov Swlnobroad Farra and others camo down from their high perches mingled with the common PeOPle and appeared to bo more handsome than usual Tho same attraction will bo given Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Admission 10 and 20conls Tho K Ps ask that the matinee bo woll ailcndell for a benefit to Mr Leonard who worked faithfully to mako their en tertainment a success GLORIOUS HEWS Tliecausedherbreak out on ber head and fare and the beat doc rompleleanthousands hUll proved that Electric lllttei It suprcnioremedy kldatyaandPennyIruggiat Will Walton is just so boiling hot that bo will add four moro columns to the INTERIOR JOURNALS size to carry oil the steam and that paper is to hero after bo a sevencolumn In sizoSom erset Paragon Last winter during an epidemic of hooping cough my children contracted spellsWeedy very successfully for croup and naturally turned to It at that time and found t relieved the cough anti effected a cons plate cure JOHN E CUFKOJID Proprie gr Norwood house Norwood N Y This remedy ia for sale by Craig flock or Druggists S a waItCdlfor lV 4l Dont Sp Give you a feeling that you want to be decked out from top able clothing If it does como to The Globe and we will rpl styles In Clothing and Furnishings are so many and patter that none need leave disappointed We have scores of suits surely Und favor in your eyes At flu and 818 we have a ft would worry your merchant tailor to equal at lVi Negligee Shirts Straw 3 Tan Shoes Everything you need to make you comfortable and M MERCHANT fTAILCleaning Pressing Repairing THE GLOBYour Money Back if Youre Not Satlsfh Miller Hirsch D Successors J L Frobman Co MMM1 For 4 CentsIn my Store rosily to hang I have 000 rolls of newest pat prices 4c 5c 6c 7c and 8c roll on up to tb fii We Hang the Paper Cheape Place in Kerituokj You see the paper matched up as it will look oh thQ W cheaper than any bookhouso can sell it A large stock of Pa plies on hand and Pictures ranted on short notice in latest ijtj A E GIBBONS DANVl No 308 Main Slreet I w Ce GREEN HUST01T7ILLE KTf Has just opened and has ready for your Inspection a GENERAL MERCHIncluding a lull and complete line o HIJL IR ID W bAa lie also carries BrcbLime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory both buy and manufacture Qil and Spirit Staves and is alwa SHINGLES lie will exchange his goods for anything thai money Call on him and take him your produce 4 When You Nee Paints cazConsult Craig locker St 403NCON- TRACTOR BU STANFORD XENltfCXY S I make close estimates guarantee perfect satisfaction- manship and material as will ed by anyone of the many whom I nave builded durint F hIBlinds Metal Roofing Rough a Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices of American Wire The Best Made Try It And You Will Bu- Like It t Gecx H Farrist JAALLENCC- oxtracto And SSTANFORD KY nave now a cowplctontocV of Uulllng Mblerlil Yc1lowlln0i Saab Blinds und nil of Drossoil and Rough Iutubor Rlilm eust loata kc We snake estimates on any kind of w Irk If1i lfNJOURNAL t Ttliy ld3lL uI1IAY I8 goo dLTpZT loo sb1 Louisville Com merclslItl ftti promulgation on the Bien W0 Bradley tot ooecdnNewYr44tlty for thn prao p tyj Mr Wattorso r6fuletkr jent that great men 4asouRb Wn1 are heard of no more said toewallo Up staW hnlars lawyers and doctors Hjjnd little without I peruj ccaston to pay a wail wsop4lmenttoGovBrad a toy 01w iMonal suttees In Naw d doubt Says rho R kVpradley la a most t eIoque rtV JIe Is a tireless trdrol t The bar of New Yorlt land when the ex gor tlldrdgkewill find a place lnd warm to receive- blot not a of evil spirit wbi n ortlgbtingi sako ai rorkjja vlll find both the e ireKe for expansion iodfl ta and length of nupity from the wear and mo nolttlcs blighting In drgree and coo iCa thousand yards ir taw ittt represents tltfes grfe t Metropolis and rare If OwslflftrdCjI not succeed Wo re ttM nypn nil tH air n n ii j to go un Jjur confident belief kd iii s mark and the ox heafty goad wishes r top JdyltNAL which holds y4e Veapr4n esteem abd wt hew cvll of a bi4ahOwnrril dty himself to be 0 euufe In endorsing the r iftg expression to its hlgl Sfhl abllltv and attain tJltaete a Is apsftTsan and a blue c slat but b9ls a maa for athat and sad we do not hesitate to say so tbrlek being misunder tape faligned by those w wirfpndneas for Gov w poIII support For the kM suchweenap as our old rr wai4myut Fiosay to us Y fOuI cjiiy b I hate your ways s WI OfVf Bradley personally bu late and we may add uaMjUn byillo partisanship 4 aelul ttfcornmerclal Tribune- k has frtpM for Taylor and tho 1 b 6ea on and out ad P Ltllwt forced to admit the I n lie usurper from the It thinks that his eaiow I determination to WUylBjiKllao tlniMie supreme cou- rt1otWeai unworthy ol tho great ffl who has bcon persecuted I beyond nuatpraiptylghtcouancas sake ire stay ivrttlccldcs against him ti rr the otllou with th graceful4oc conduct This s easier to be tier 1kLTho Ohio cdltoi Zet hat conecleuco doe e e p1 uB all and Taylo y S natSsrsfcp bbar the ills that mat y t ladlatjapolls than to fly to 1t may t vast him in Frank fart y meaner than Mk M og c1aimthat he is but ho i s p i 8i iiTO kind of sbewd ijlM 8bafAiessthatke p3 htm Iron M a escrtbed by Sut X ov- i 3WijftiSolu8 eniark and will dc olin which Is liable to lan I J hitls lbeaadlas e yay cy and others wll I r4 at Hbortv This prcdlc JO Jbssmadp with the hope tba Wprijracourt will decide for MWMl than ho will do the rest with x 1Ae 11tU i of Id M he fugitive al dlitco have farther said that the m wtl in U vrq sot the ones tb- oi Vaatjln JCentucky I am the mat U 4 y are aft r Is only half true tt JtB IatMat metL being as false as tht le thct7hey do wantTaylor r to so until h b preAcoutt of competent ju- UN hat ho incriminating chair r pis r AlDcB8 that he wove around r hltaf NlttPld he ajvbrn to tlmony of al p are t basest fig 4 i sbt 1m nation If Taylor a 4 ipso dt itis easy enough for him Co papaitr j kltilimitfh 1o the meantime I must eleaats1mtudothers for thinking Is uil6rr as charged pr th- Noratv clrbumetaeco that one r kppelidt a xKtd Plfts who supported Gov lsr rcikdemoerats They really o tfcjt democratic tenets prln L an cle8 and the party 55Bil1yr13rcklnrdgo in his Lex f U Jugtso and just tlt o Jydas lecariot represented ILind the Christian inoip es and policies of the 12 llfafi socalled democrat who aoJ Is aBencdtct Arnold 1t scale and Is no more ro rAH to be called a demo thin to Jevll has todlspenso holy lirjotonol you have no k for democrats shinny ov jJKrjildwfwJtb the republicans ocw3ta1 a little dubious with rofurQri i1Mwprcine court If it 1lni il it coali have said j h It and the delay t 9stkl ka ti i g to strain a point 4bk 4d abllcan who nft ft qebody- t DEMOCRATS of the 8th district will please remember that Lincoln county has an aspirant for iha honor of rcptc Ben tin tha district at the National convention nt Kansas City In tho person of Hon Harvey Helm a democrat who can always bo depended on and who In the last campaign did valiant service for our splendid ticket Hcl- pustify his ambition and you will Ii casoo to be proud of it 1 As old Senator CnlbortBon of Texas remarked about tho United States so do wo about the ISTEHIOU JOURNAL She dono expanded Tho town is full of enthusiastic ro publicans They are truly the snit of tho earth London Kentuckian The woodcbcuk remark or any other kind of remark It In order Even cussln Is In ordor THE LATEST LOUISVILLE MAY 18 83t A M The republicans selected Bradley and Taylor by acclamation and Denny and a colored brother W A Gaines for delegates at largo after an acrimonious contest Louisville Negro Albert White accuses Borelng of treachery The resolutions Instruct for MoKlnloy and Bradley for vice picstdcnt denounce Gocbol law and mako great to do about Snivel Liberty Thorn was not a word In denunciation of Gocboli s murder A government detective states that the Neolcy Printing Co of Muncie Ind printed and shot to C W F Neo Icy at Havana two million dollars worth of bogus stamps for distribution among Cuban ofllcers Chairman A W Young bas called the democratic executive committee to meet at Frankfort May 24 to Issue a convention call C D republircan Auditorium at 240 started out with a row tho Sapp and Baker forces of Lou isville getting In a rumpus In which the lie was passed but no blows struck The convention organized by electing Capt H S Irwin temporary chairman Just as the parson had finished praying Taylor his wife and seven children lustilytlier received an ovation Taylor made a speech and talked much about Iberty but made no reference to the crime of which ho is accused Goy Bradley was also called on to speak The resolutions Indorse the National Administration and point to the pros parity enjoyed by the nation under re publican rule and calls for a modification of tbo civil service rules to be en acted tbo Goebol law is dcnounc partddemned the course of Taylor la com mended the steal of State olllccs Is deplored the Independent democrats are thanked for their aid la recent cam paigns the actions of Senator Doboo in the United States Senate aro applaud ed the fight made by exGov Bradley and his leeal conferees In behalf of the State administration is approved Taylors soldiers were about to start a riot with the Frankfort police over tho arrest of a drun en comrade when Gen D R Collier rushed upon the segos and ordered the Taylorites tote camp The police thou escorted the mellow to the workhouse where a charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct was registered against him The republican county conventions of the State continue to denounce the ofilcers of the law In their efforts to brlug to justice the assassins of Gov Goebel but not one of these conven tlons has over condemned tbo murder Owensboro Messenger A sensational pamphlet issued In Ma nila by the Jesuits fiercely attack American Institutions calls civil mar rlago concubinage condemns frci thought and a free press and declare euyperlor to civil authority Col John It Aliens kick against the action of the constituted authorities ii time 7th district is not making him friends with tho democrats If b doesnt like their settee let him hot- his peace and bide his time There are 40 candidates for Bishop In the Northern Methodist church ami the 3d ballot had shown no material change A Negro Is one of the candi datesThe Knights Templar had a big time at Cynthlona J G OrndoriT of Rus EmlnontICharles Splvy committed suicide at East Bernstadt by shooting himself through the bead His wife had re cently left him- Postmaster J L Bosley was reported 8261 short in his accounts but he made It good Miss Fannie Mabo has been appoint ed postmaster atTuttlc Laurel county Mrs Caleb Reams a prominent woo man of Laurel died this week WINDOW DISPLAY AN ATTRACTIVE LOT OF LION COFFEE PREMIUMS IN THOMAS DALTONS WINDOW Wo frequently hear the claim aomo thing given for nothing but We do not often see an actual demonstration of the principle like the display of Lion Coffee premiums now on cxnlblton in Thomas Dill Lons window Here aro many valuable articles all given free for tho lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers These are not cheap articles but comprise clocks umbrellas watches gold rings and Jewelry besides many things useful und ornamental in the household or LioniYeePouft 1JtM ltiI1 pet lI IhD 4aYQlf i pt 1t pi tiI A y t Mrw j 10tI BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Robert Beatty of Llbrrty Mo died from catlng apples to win a wager 0- 1n Foxs burliness house and livery stable utMlddlcsboro burned causing a 82000 loss Charley Henderson hud both logs broken ut Vcvay Ihd by fulling while acting as a pall bearer An Ineana husband la charged with cutting the throats of his wile and four children near Tretnont III The battleship Kentucky was placed In commission at Newport News Tues day with simple ceremonies j John Cravens of Dcllevue 0 drank carbolic acid when arraigned in court on u charge of drunk and conduct disorderlyI Wllllum Scott foreman of a gang laborers was killed and three otbor men injured by a dynamite explosioni on the L fc N near Two persons wore killed one is miss lag und 15wore Injured five of them perhaps fatally In a flro which do strayed thu lIntel Helena at Chicago George Craig of Frankfort unmarried aged 40 years was killed by a train on the Frankfort and Cincinnati railroad being literally ground to piec cs U S Devoid shot Editor J R Hutch ison of the Guthrie Graphic three times and u stray shot struck Virgil Marshall the L k N agent Both rudJoHenry at Lexing ton on the charge of being Implicated In the murder of Eugene Caseoll on Jan 5 Cassell was shot and killed by unknown persons who were caught in the act of leaving with a number of stolen fowls L D McCalllstcr a wealthy resident of Hololsc Tem shot and killed his wife and committed suicide Two years ago ho accused her of Intimacy with one Love whom ho killed und the re cent tragedy was tbo result of her ro fugal to confess her guilt of his charges against her- Charleston S C Is going to have an exposition lu tho fall of 1001 and a committee Is going to Washington to ask an appropriation of 250000 to help things along It Is to be called tho South Carolina Interstate and West Indian Exposition and special feature Is to be made of exhibits from Cuba and Porto Rico Dewey unveiled the marble shaft erected to mark the birthplace of the first admiral at Lows Ferry Tcnn Upon It Is engraved Birthplace of Admiral David Glasgow Farragut Born July 5 1801 Erected by Bonny Kato Chapter D A R Knoxville Tenn Dedicated by Admiral George Dewey May 151009 The bloody three days engagement at Catublg on the Island of Samar has ben oHlcIallv confirmed bj a report from Maj Gen MacArtbur Thirty ono men were engaged against Fil ipinos The American loss was 10 kill ed and live wounded the heaviest loss in any one engagement In tho Philippines Over 200 of tbo attacking party were killed and many wore wounded Joy Snlth of Montana denounces as contemptible trickery the appointment In his absence of Mr Clark to succeed himself as United States Sena tor Ho says however that in his ab sence the powdr of the acting governor IsBuprcme DR R L DAVISON who was to head the republican delegation to Louisville was detained at homo by an Interesting ovens His wife presented him with Rid yesterday just aboul the time the republican convention met In Louis yule More than 84000000 worth of Amor lean railway engines were exported in the nine months ended March 11 1000 as compared with less than 81000000 worth In tbo corresponding pcrlon In 1891 and 82800000 worth in tbo corre spending months of I80- GExStato Inspector Lester was ono of the Whltloy county republicans who opposed a resolution Indorsing Charles Linloy Gen Wheeler announces that ho will not stand for reelection to Congress the president paving agreed to appoint him a brigadier general in the regular army dHUBBLEMeasles Is going the rounds in this communityJack Is 85 years old never blacked his shoes never wore a collar and Is full of his fun yet Then why Is all this modern style John Robinson Is back from tho mountains with a few cattle and a nice bunch of sheep George Wood sold two cows to a Louisville dairyman for 870 George Wood sold to Fox tL Me Carley some wethers at lie Wool al sold In this community at 25o Mrs Ben Hughes was In from Nor wood 0 for a few days last week Mrs Henry Pollard fell and broke her arm some days ago S Dunbar is In Russell R L Hubble and T C Rankin are building some cement pools on the Gantry farm Bans Carman has returned from Casey and started up his saw will DrHi111ean1sermon at Plymouth church Brooklyn The State wlll go to tho devil soon If men con- tinuo to postpone marriage until they are 40 and women only marry when they can find husbands able to buy them five donkey loads of dresses Marry the girl of your choice even if you have only one room to live In The State will too richer for It If you do so John Richardson und Miss Susie Watkins both of Valley View Madl- 80n county were married Tuesday The groom is a brother of Gen Clays cx baby wife pO YOU DRINK WHISKY ItMi dodrBlJ host apd tatoii Cd lb Meey tRup4Nti otI1 1ItI tor JIit i lfJI The Coming ofBaby brings or pain Its for the mother to decide good health and a strong womanly organism motherhood but a womans attractiven- essiVcELRWS Wino of Gsurdui strengthenIngl1le bnbys coming By revitalizing the nerve centres it has brought chubby crowing youngsters to thousands of weak women feared they were barren It purifies heals regulates and strengthens is good for all women at times No druggist would be without it ft co specialdirecUons DeuartmentThetanoogn Tenn- MnLOUISAUALEtofTlI dardulsays tWhea o w had been snurtvl three but could not have tnr chUilrra MUM months liter I had a fine ciil baby occaaonally in 0ptotedivecnatofthe 7 of the Ihoujand andonc things meansmoremonlhkandyears bthe riQt4 tint tI made far the anybOCycnI ulawnwdlptdnd i ideczn ure- It B rRmEltrS Acme wlm caowl TfiB Best Results Are obltlnrU In The Oldest and Largest Company The Mutual Life- Insurance COOP NEW YORK a Riclicl A McCurclv Pres Thta Comimny Paid to Pollcyliod In tM 26369036 It holds In trait tot them 301844537 In tiw Mutual Life Itwuranco Company the proflgo to the InsurwJiinilthwto prof Its ttvpi 1811 to leap amount to 99982032 No other Onmiwny In the world has at tained raeli ruiultH- lrMp eUT pollryliolclers who dralre In fnrmatton regarding forms of insurance lro ilecUvc cnu tnin and women who ilwlr pro tablu contracts with the Croat wt Insurance Ooapanr la the world will plmikO add rea- mBiSCGE HINDMflN General Agent for Kentucky nod Tennessee Louis yule Ky You Want The Truth And you get it In tho Twicea eek CourierJournal Democratic In Politics ublliiliml every Wednesday and Satur day pipcra ono year for 50 CENTSTho Twlcoa Week Courier Jonrnnl Is tho equal at many dulllo and tho superior of all otlioi papers It prlnU more real now e more good class matter more good stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Bat urday A good commission to agents Sample copies tree on application Writ to Couiiiun JouitNAi Co Louisville ICy By A Special Arrangement You can gut tho SemiWeekly Interior Journal- And tb- TWICEnWEEK COURIER JOURNAL Both Ono Year For ONLY 125TM afqr cash sul frlptbna only udrt sisunder this c blsaJoa- Y oWfc sm ehan4Nlmtotlaor t 1iy FOR eEtTGood property In the town of Crah Orchard W LANDOUAK Ktlgur Ky rOSTED myfarm1tM1ANbtittF Krlgcr Ky myfarmNIKUIIA Ullrnhtlm Ky IATteat Hotel in the mountain raba foiiilJcrwl r rtcn meet all trains Sprflal attention to tree tUna m- ooFOX LOGAN LIVERY FEAND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Iturooi und Mule constantly on hand and- Curate at all ti- mesMason HotelMRS U D 81 M 1SON Pror UmcnMtci i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid able Everything firstclaBO Porter noel all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Kyt Kceiiaconitantly on land a complet line of llutTKloj nurkloards Httrninwi lurnl turo Ac Agent for IH rlng Mownrn and IltDilcnanil repairs Oliver OhlllcJ 1w tho boat made always for male Van on him 00IHI Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Offle OTr U Robrto funK stop In tbs OwiU llulldlpi RA JONES DENTIST Stanford YZI utr B PENNY DDS STANFORD KY itfOtUca at Hcslilonc on Lancaster Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK UK STANFOUD KY C 1U1 Stock 1100000 Sarplti J17638 TbU lutliutloa orliliDall7 MUbllihetl M the jiMltRinknfBUnforJ 18M then ironjinlzej a lh NiUoni ll nk ofSUnlord la IBM and aalll eurganlud u th Flnl N tlon l JJiok of 5tanl- ual8erhuhadpractlcdlyanunlnterruptWegal cacctor yon It Ii holler lupplled now will tadllttea for tnnuctlng biulacu prumptlj cod lib trail jthan ter before In lu ton rand boooubli cuter Account of Individuals fldudarleiflrmi and individual solid ted umiCToai F Itdil Lincoln Co1 JW IladtnSlanfoid a ST JlarrlII 8 H Itaughman II J SIockEr II Tr Hill wP wanton II W A Trlbblt J11 ColllerCrab Orchd M J Miller Vuto n M D El more Ktanford orrtciif J 8 Hoc er Prnld nt J J Mclloberti Calder Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital tock flOO000- Bacct or to The Fanoen llank A Trust Company and under tame luanigement coutlou- outly for Yuan Solioits Your Bank Account Uoplngiuch huilnnw relation will prove iuiilua ly oeiintlclal and pleannt IDIIUTOltS JJJ Sr JN lenefe A W Carpenter W Ii Cuunn ns J E mynaS J F Cask J B Ilwaler WIC A jJLJ 110 K lwaMWfv Ii if l t1 YOU A RJR UP AGAINST TilE REAL TilING IWhanyou lilt our Slorefor A BargainHouse TS no slum no prolcufto but an abnotulo fnctthat wo have limo lest Bargains fo the Least Money to be found In any store in Central Kentucky n Domestics We have thrownCOnew Pieces or dill coon the cheap counter This will bo tho last work you can get 10 yards for 3Sc34inch Btil Ticking this wClJknnlye One cnso of the big drive in Percales oft your choice 6c- StandardOxford Icrcnloi worth Sc special price Zc- Hdlnburg Cheviot Shirting worth lOc this week only 7Jc- M Pieces of OutlDR Cloth worth 8Jc goes for 6- cNotions and Furnish ings DOICH Pearl liultom 5o 2 Cards HooVs and Byea Cc 1npcrnof Pinsfic 2 Bunches Feather Btltchcil Until lie ICxSOlucli Checked Towels worth lOc special price 3c Ladies Silk Mitts fast Mack only lOc Lot of Ladlfs fl5O Kid Gloves special price 69c 1 lot of KM Gloves only 40c Mens seamlcM black or tan Socks only lieMonlI elastic snani Drawers j6c nualltT only 48c All Linen forars for men will go this week for only Be Nice fancy apron checked Gingham 4ic Louisville Store Kxtra heavy ntrlcl Cottonado worth 20c special price IcOooJ qua ity yard wide Brown Cotton 5c Mens Clothing lloya Kato Tanta lOc Mens C tlimnilu Pants 41c- Jlo Jeans flats IH- cMens all wool Juana PaoU Vrtc They are worth flliO- JlalbrlKan Umlcrwoiu worth 11 only 48o a null MillineryO- ur stock comprliot the best and cheapest In Chllilren Misses ami La dice Trimmed lint plain and awed crown HMIora Flower Ac We handle the choice articles in this lino and guarantee to sore you CO perm- itShoes A few of the adios 76o Oxfords left to go for kio- Ladies 83 Shoes go for 8148 this week Mens Lace and Congress combine Shoe worth JMonlr f148- Monsall leather Ires ShOts worth fj only Vopnt our uulltail60 Shoo agnitut any 12 Shoe un his market IXint fall to see our line of Carpels Malting Hug Lace Lurtoliu Illlndi Floor Oilcloth Ac SHLINGER BROS PRORS T 0 BANEYMG R Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Ca Of Ncwnrlc New Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 Assets G 1071778 Liabilities 18107 7J1- SurphiR 502509322 The heat lollojrTlie cost Company Annual UlvlilumU Before placing y ur up pliontlcuilon for Life Insurance see R B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky KHrlloferoncm Our Policy holders eeee1110 LINK OF I oIoTuiNcuFor Men Boys and Children 1 4IODD PANTS H SPECIALTY l 19 s See our Line of Custom Made Taut at t250 to f 125 xir pair 1 1 WeE PERKINS t Crab Orchard Ky 111111010011111 11011111111101110 CThe Straw lint Season has opened with a rush Little late but Now In bull Blast We think wo can please you Call and see us Knox world renowned Pearl Fedora correct CALDWELL LANIER Danville Tho Leading Shoe and Furnishing Hnimo of Dnnvllc THE FOX ART GALLERY j DANVILLE KY This Is now the most up to dale Gallery In Central Kentucky having peon re cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlguiat Ljnscs tho now discovery in optical science to say to tho Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of tho veryrLatest Designs it jVJouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality hoforo havo to bo seen to ho appreciated Suit pnllll1ng8AmongIcllcato pictures antl all pictures that re- dulre a dainty When In Danville call and see us and got our prices Wo will says you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post OnicoDanville Ky Stanford Female CollegeWILLIAM SIIELTON PIIKSIUKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When f New Pupils Will be Received and CJasslfl ffiltWI1I R UOB J IiSeNv1NN S 8AUFLY IMj Prtncjjtai ko f fto ts t I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY IR 1900 p 4IiO WALTON BUHINKHS MANAOEK TIE beet nmteriuU combined with taro Rklll and accuracy Insure Rood No otHur utathods are ovdr used In our proscription work Penny Drug Suiru PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP MRS THOMAS MKTCALK li visiting friends In Jeesumlno MRS WILL MONTOOMKH went to Loulsvlllo Wednetdny J T HINOAMAN la buck from a bust nubs trip to Niuhvllls Mil AND Mus UKOIIUK 1AIWS of Madison nro guuMa of Mr und Mr It C looker MRs TAWTlfA COllii und Mrs Thcto Ihulp of MadUon lire ut the bedside of Mr R Cobb Mlts W It CnoiCt of Lancaster was horo yesterday returning from Kllzubisthtown Mil OnoiuiB 11111U0t1 of liroclon Mass wus here this wlok taking or dote for his liouso t K B JONIH will Hftond tbo summer raising 5 lobioco crop in Lincoln Way no Co Record THOMAS PRNOK went to Lexington Wednesday to sea about a tK llon with JOHBO V Cooks nook yards J 1L TUKNHlt and daughter of Jenumltiu uro with her 1Mus MM E 11 Ugaaley SAMIK DpobHUAlt returned a this inornlng from delightful visit to her brotbora at Birmingham MHISI18 W C PiIOt and John S Wolli of Danville spent last night with lion J S Owsloy Sr at Valnut FlatMil W B HAM raprorfontlng Lion ColTuo le hero to exhibit tbo many valuable urtlola given to users of thn excellent brand MRS MARY BOWMAN and daughter MltM Virginia Bowman of Danville are at the Gull louse spending a tow r days Courier Journal 1 ills friend hero aro glad to learn that H D Draw of Doyle It conva ItiiMnt The report circulated during his moW that be bad withdrawn from- the moo for aweeeur U untrue DR STMCLK BAIIHY was roolcotnd awrotary of the Kemuoky dluio Maul rrJ Society at Georgetown Un has held the position 10 years anti In no doubt Ut beet ore the society o or had 1M188 ALVIKA VAKAIISDALB Iionoof the lY graduates at Hamilton College this year Bad we return our thanks to her for tnvltuttofl to the uommenoemenl- t MarelBMi whlull last from the 3 lib to the Mth of title inoBtb Mn J It 1IU9H U hero from Pndu ooh to MC hbvrnndfalher Mr Richard Oobb bllie eiwdfly growing weaker Mr Bosh it torah pleated with his now locution aed ltm tu Puilwoah tbe flnoet town of the else In the Oiato Mil W 0 MYRHB nearly SO years old eumo ep from Casey the other day and bad Dr R A Jones pull 14 teeth nil he had nt ore sitting The doctor Says he didnt lineh and the out Ion tleinaa wxs HI lively as iiorloket when we sow him shortly afterwards M188K8 MlNVA PAlm PlirUri faura l Bennett and MalUe Trlbblo will tall from Now York on the steamship 01Werro North German Lloyd Line on the lOih for a I urupean tour They will go via Gibraltar to Naplo and iflor a month In Italy will go through Swltaerlaad to Franco and from thereto Hngland and will sail from Boulogne for horns the latter purl of July t Rlalimond Climax TUB following from tit la plane sew the isplondld presentation of A Ken tuoky Hero at Lancaster Tuesday night DrA S Prto MUo Mary Uruoe J WHout Jr Miss Kutu Al corn W W Withers Mlw Jennie Warren Dr Clmrlm Ilarvlulle Miss J Isabella Ualley Lewis L Duty Miss Nettle Wniv l root Warren Mian Stella Hallo John S BaughnmuMlsa 1lisejwife K C Walton and wife Jesse D Wearon J Warren looker J L lieailey Homer Wray Borneo Wear en John U Motor LOCAL HAPPEN- INGSlPHAMILTON for good watch work LOT of nlco carpets ut Bcazloy A hays SUGAR cane sued at Warren ft Shanks Dr AOlt log vncolno rue at Craig ft IJockorIJIIWANTBD to loan JUDO Address look box 102 Stanford Ky Illuae Carpets nt cut prices to Severance SonsIICANT find itexpect hon Severance Sons 5c Bargain Coun II ter lOn SALK Now handmade double act of harness polo und surrey Address P O Box 101 Stanford 1IITUB Baptist Ladles Aid Society took In t21 at their lawn fete and strawberry itsuppe last night and all bad u nlco time Lion cotToo tiles havo como tllII and arc exploiting far and the cup that cheers but docs note IN Thomas Daltona rootwindow Is Su display of Lion coffee premiums line articles exchanged for trade marks cut from Lion colleo wruppcrllII CAlT S G StuARt of Lnxlngton who commenced going to the bad in connection with sumo city taxes has on his downward course till rorubllcanfull fellowship and seams to ty jowl with the new order of qHI repUbUcftOi C f Jd cr CKMENT time tiling Ac nt lowest pfis at UlU DecksIIICB GUESTS refrigerators a nt Ulcglna A Mc1ClnneyII Tills Club will give u danco at Walton Opera Houio tonight ace ourrangedGALL and at common cook stove prices G H Parrlst Co NEW arrival of millinery goods this week Call and see them Miss Llcclo licuxloy r7TUB tlustouvlllo nine downed the Uurrodsburis ten to two til llurrods burg the other day HAY Straw Cum Ow ShlpslulT and all kinds of feud sold fur cash only J U Uaughtnaa ft CoIISToiu oft SALK Firstclass stand clean fresh stock Good run of trade Satisfactory ruiuous for olllfnr See editor of this paper HouSBol four rNnuuod repair good irimrilet on Wbltloy Venue op posito Infirmary for runt Only J5 pur muitlh JP Peyton Tilt Plllsburg Knight of Pvtblas rrlte that everything U In readiness for their ccffcbrallon at that placo to morrow and a big crowd anda good time are expected TUB Lion cotTco salesman has re Gently been handing copies of their promlum list around at tbe houses Sco their display of premiums in Thomas Dtllona window RAPE wanted your paper for years but did not subscribe because you nov er a ktd mo to II said a gentleman the other day as ho handed us tho pried for a year Wo merely mention this to show how some people hunt excuses CAMP MffTINOBcv J L Fagaloy tells us that there will bo a camp meet log some where near Barrows pond between tho Island 15th of Jcne All denominations are expected to take part and a good time Is anticipated Miss ANNIF NORTHofMt Salem writes Enclosed you will find 50 coat for the Goobcl monument fund ii am sorry I am notable to put In ICO Hope Hilt Tailor will bo banged by this time uext yoar for the crlmo ho hall com mitted Foil nearly a week the mercury has climbed up In the 90i In the lulddlo of the day and kept In that vicinity the rest of the time There has been no rain yet and It Is very dry Clouds overhang tbe sky this morning how over and the signs for a downpour are good TUB director of Somerset Bank lag Co bavo called a meeting of tbe stockholders at Somerset Juno 0 to die cuss the question as to the aavlsablllly of changing the Institution Into or 1i0 000 National bank Tbo action It deemed advisable because of the recent do cisions Inflicting such heavy taxation- on State banks and the other dllllcul ties with which they bavo to contend URN GoitUON who has delivered hit lat Days of the Confederacy bore twice to crowUel audiences will give us The Flrsl Days of the Confeder aoy on the 25ih This la said to bo even butter than the other and as the general the moat eloquent and lova blo of men and the proceeds for the benefit of the Perry villa battle field park the Opera House will be crowd vd Secure a scat now nt McRoberta drug store FOURTH OF JULY Messre J C Florence and J F Cummins took the sense of the business men of town Wednesday us to having a parade c for the lib of July celebration and found only two men opposed to lu A meeting for further organization and ar rangement will bo hold al the court house tonight when the following mlttcca will bo appointed Committee to Raise Funds W W Vlihers IlrW N Craig and J C FlorenceOn I M Bruce J O Bailey and G L Pdnny On Speaking lions Harvey Helm J N Saunders and P M McRoberta On Afternoon Entertainment Will Severance Preston Beck and Forest McClary On Fire Work A A Warren Ed Novlua and J F Cummins On Music J C MoClarv Joo F Waters and H J McRobcrts On Seals and Waior J H Meier U A MoItobert and W B McKinney W H Woaren was appointed to sea tbo various secret orders In town and solicit them to aid in tho entnrprUe wealQuit people just go to lectures They are not built that way Wo havo tried to run courses here others have tried and nil came out the little end of the horn with a pretty big expense ac count over receipts to liquidate E H Boazloy and the Bcazley Bros with commendable spirit of enterprise thought that they would try to give our people a series of good lectures something to enjoy and to think about and agalnat the experience of who had gono before engaged with bureau Now they wish they hadnt All of their entertainments Davo been good that of tho versatile and goalla manly H Spill maD Riggsunu ally so yet Wednesday night ho was greeted with an array of empty seats that would have floored a less courageous entertainer He however put forth as much olTort aa if the house had been full and withuTbo Funny Side of Life for his subject kept the small crowd in the boat of humor Tbs leo turo was full of wit humor sense and nonsense and with his musical part made up a delightful two hours Mist Myrtle Hughes assisted him In the lat tor and won many compliments both faolruieAtaperk LOST between Stanford and fathers the lower end of tho hind gate ofa Studebaker wagon Please return to D Victor DallouIIWE are always getting In tho newest and niece things going Hams some of thorn Egyptian tissues silk organ- dies mercerized silk zephyr and hem stitch tulTetV silks J P JOllesII WHAT do you thinkof thin fora dollar paper Wo are going to send you 104 of thom a year 2872 columns and more If the advertisers maku It necessary Now Is the tlmo to subscribe BASE BALL TheStanford base ball team will play the sophomores of Con fro College ui their grounds hero to morrow udcrnoon Steele Bailey Is captain of the sophs and Alfred Big gins also a Stanford boy will play with the visitors StlClDK A dispatch from Clncln null says Dr Scon B Howard health olllcer of Si Bernard committed sot yldo by shooting hlmoelf while Insane Ho was a brother of Miss Gertrude Howard of Ghent and was to have been married in a few months to Mist Davidson of Bollevue Ky liOUliS Aflor a long Illness of con sumption Mr Bryant Y Hobbs died yesterday aged about 45 Ho married a slater of Mr Perry WhIte and ahu and six children ono a low months old eurvlvb Mr Hobbs woe a member of tbo Christian church and was highly ihoughlof by hit neighbors putIT was a heavy job our big press requiring a weeks work of an expert and several assistant but It la up at lost and this Issue is printed on It It was too heavy to bring upstair to it was sot up on the ground floor wharo our patrons cad call and eeo 111 work and get their papers hot prom the press with the latest telegraphic and local news b1 NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT Tho Wur ren Grigsby Chapter U D C will give an Inch Party al the Veranda Hotel Wednesday May 23 from 7 to 10 p M Just ono foot two feet three feet four You must measure al the door And for each tool you measure tall Just three Unu In tbe sack let fall How few do end In even feet 80 all the Inches you must meet And thus when even feet you lack Two cents an Inch drop In tte sack The proceeds are to be used In mark log the grave of Lieut Col Whaloy a gallant Confederate from Georgia who was mortally wounded on the retreat after the battle of Perry villo and whose romaine are interred in Buffalo Cemetery All are cordially Invited and Confederates froth this and adjolninlng counties are urged to attend Mies Kate Alcorn Socretary The other oQl cers are Mrs J W Alcorn Preal dont Mrs Kato P Miller VicePresi dent Mrs W A Trlbblo Treasurer and Mrs Steele Bailey Historian The ladles arc engaged in a most worthy enterprise apd it Is hoped jthat the entertainment which they have ar ranged will be liberally patronized Bo aura to go and help the cause and at tbo same time enjoy a pleasant evening GOOD On being chosen to preside over the republican convention at Bow ling Creep Thomas M Owsloy saya speechaccepting announced from this time on ho would retire from active participation In pol ides This is a very sensible determination There Is little money In politics to honest men and a great many moro heartaches than pleasures Be longing to a long line of tried and true democrats this young man turned his back on thorn all and became republi can At that tlmo although there was some decency In the pasty his friends wept over his course andrefused to bo comforted Since the republican party has become tho party of assassination or the apologists for assassins this young man has doubtless grown sick of his company and butler a foolish prldo of opinion and the dislike of being called a turncoat would do the prodigal son acl and return to the house of his falbor lo bavo a ring put on his finger and the fatted calf killed for his recep tion In remitting fore years subscription R M Newland writing from Dallas Texas says Its gallant stand for law and order and tho exposure of the guil ty aa opposed to forco and anarchy and the vindication of Taylor and his mob should commend the I J to tho bettor clement ot people regardless of any personal feeling or political afllllatlon Tho people horo are glad to see the coils of an outraged law gradually tightening around some of tho defendants accused of the foulest crime of assassination in the history of tho State It would indeed bo singular If such as assassination as that of Gov Goobcl committed in broad daylight upon tho ground ota State Capital should remain such a mystery that its perpetrators could for any considerable time go unwhtppcu of justice I hope with a general sentiment hero to read visitedaupon ovary ono any way with his removal Gov Beckham has Issued a commis sloe to A W Mellquoham as police judge of tho town of PitUburg which has been recently incorporated Tho andewill begin business as a municipal cor poratlon Bishop H O Morrison of Louisville who has been selected to preach tho commencement sermon for the Suo Bennett Memorial School will preach at the M E Chuoch South next Sun day morning and evening radon Echo Thomas McRoberta has bought B G Boy fee Interest n 6be Geek farm pear pum r serHr MOTHS bread fresh and always on hand at George H Farris Cos SAVE your potatoes by buying bug finish which kills WB McRoboiu I AM making special low prices qn flooring ceiling and cypress shingles A C Sino JIM letobo tried this morning for beating his wife and cutting and wounding ono nr two other colored women You dont want to miss Jones cut price solo next week Wo have a tip that It will bo on something now very much in demand TimE rcalderoe of G APoyton was broken into last night and relieved of valuables Smith BaughmarT and his bloodhounds bare gone to tho cono to try to find the burglar AimRed yearling bull to sale James Woods J M Dodd of Wayne has sold ICO barrels of corn at 4 Good fresh milk cows for sale W H Shanks Sta rordIIIn 1800 tbero were 220 horses In Aus tralia Now there are 2000000- T S Routoo of Junction City has a ginseng held of 2oO plants William Hays bought In the West End a bunch of heifers at 4c and some bogs al Ho- Warren Bacon has purchased of Bourbon county farmers for Brent Bros of Paris over 00000 sounds of wool at 25cIOno hundred good ono and twoyear old stock cattle for Bale G A Swlno broad Lancaster The Wayne County Record says that of its 70 subscribers less than halt pay for their paper Col W U Dudderar and son Fox bought ot Dan Cooloy 20 cres of land adjoining the McPherson farm for550 Robert Ncwbold of Louisville bought a tract of land In Adair or 82 200 and sold the timber off of it for 92 300 profit The Adair News notes the solo of yearlings at 26 heifers at 4c butcher stuff at 3 to 31c hogs at 31 to 4c and corn at 83- Pcrrln Peace bought of G A Eu banks 110pound heifer at 3c and some snoop at 3o rfhdof T L Shelton a bunch of hogs at41o Lutes o bought of various parties a bunch of feeders at Co and of Cotton it Co of ClncMnatl a car load of good uattU at about Cc I will stand my Polled Durham bull Jack Maynard at 3 cash with prlvil ego to breed back If cow proves not wIth calf M S Baughmao I Aae Shelby Trsold to Wilkinson Allen 40 hogs 135 pounders al 4c and to Miller a bunch of 100 pounders at 4o He also sold to Perrin Mcne fee four nlco butcher cattlo at 31 to4lc Tho grand stand the famous glass betting ring and all the buildings of the raco track at Clifton N J were entirely destroyed by fire Loss 8100 000 Forcstus Reid of Danvlllo has soot Imogenc dam of Gene Lee 2241 and Lee 2121 by Gambetta Wilkes and Mockery dam of Virginia Leo 224 Dave Rowland 2131 by Mimic to Brooklawn Farm to bo bred to Direct Line 251Paris News Farmers were hero in large numbers at court day Monday and report that tbo wheat crop promises to be the beat in several years They all seemed unanimous on this point and it ia said that the crop will run from 25 to 40 bushels to tbo acre Lexington Her all HON G G GILBERT Congressfromaction tho party may take DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to tho ac tion of tho democratic party Ho solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES Is candidate for Jailer of Lincoln CoulttyI- UbJlIC to the action of the parS ty Your support U solicited Paper Hanging And Painting See mo before you let your painting I will save you money I will furnish paper and put It on tho wall from lOc up In words I will sell you paper as cheap as you perboltwork guaranteed J J DELDEX Stanford Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your styleExperiencedteed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J IL QUEER Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE OF A Fine Boyle Co Farm Thursday June 7 1900 myfarmUnnrllle Kr on the Islington pike The liu DU consist ol ono two ator brick house of seven r0omuad kitchen hill front and back IturchM good dry cellar under entire front of home store room number of closets all necessary outbuildings Irn carriage house sheds for machinery granatT corn trIll toe bonse rod house orchaN grapes garden asparagus bed etc Also a largn yard shaded by forest trees The place Is well watered with cistern at house and at barn Forty acres are In bluegraw 50 are sown In timothy and clover 10 In wheat In melons and 20 In oats balance In corn The firm U dUIJed by a county road 185 acres with Improvements on one side and 85 acre on the be sold separately or togeth erwhicheverwaybringsthebertprice Crops will be sold to II and at time It Is In a good neighborhood with good school on the place At tho same time and place I will sell several good mares and horses some No I OhRmplol11binders drill corn planter all goods plows cultivators lot hotbed smb and other thlng too numerous to mention Persons deslrln to Inspect the pcemUes aro Invited to call TEUMSOno third cash balanco In ono ant two years tJllz per coot Interest LuRtU Mtvtd at sale Mit JY LYTTtK T D Ia11e1q AwtfcMtr r 0a t MULES FOR SALE Ialr of good Work Mules for sale Five years old 15 panda high Good and gentle Apply to JAMES lUunn Maywood Ky FOR RENT I The property Grab Orchard lately oc cupied by Mrs A Singleton It Includes residence garden pasture c Apply to O It Singleton Crab Orchard Ky 21 OLD MOCK WHISKY George O Weatherford has a contract for FULL CONTROL AND BALE of Old Mock Whisky la Huntonvlllo Ky II 0 MOCK Danville Ky Produce And Junk Wanted I highest Cash Prices paid for Benin Iron Wo pay 13 0 per cash for Ginseng We have located In Stanford for tho purchase of Eggs Chickens Hides Wool Feathers c We pay for Hones 40c fer hundred Highest cash price for Brass Copper Ac Ofllcx and shop two doors from Main firing In yourlroduco and get our prices STANFORD IllODUORCO J Oold and J IHckolT Desirable Farm At Private Sale Desiring to chance climate on account of my health I will soil at private silo my farm of 210 acres In West County Kentucky 2 4 railed Fast of lluktonrllle arid 14 miles West of McKinney on 0 S It litThis farm and Improvements are among the best In the llluo Grass of Ken tacky Tho dwelling U a modern brick and frame metal rout containing 0 rooms with halls porch and verandah Outbuildings Include two uplendlc1 and commodious barns with 21 box stalls and shed room for 100 cattle or 200 sheep other buildings Include Icehouse buggy louses meat house coal house poultry house flower pit and good tenant house of live rooms All buildings aro In first clae and comparatively new Never falling orchard of best variety of fruit The larger portion of this farm Is firstclass tobacco and hemp land Abun dance of never falling water four rock walled ponds In addition to branch through- ono tide of the place 200 acres of farm In blue grass or meadow with 50 acres In wheat and corn fencing In excellent con dition and abundance In quantity This farm Is In good shape for division If so desired as It lays almost In a square bounded on North and East sides by Hus tonvlllo and McKInnney Turnpike This home and farm has to be Men to be appro dated Any one wishing to secure a very desirable place will rarely meet with an opportunity to find this quality on the market Terms liberal Any person desiring to Inspect tho aro invited to call on or address me at Huntonvlllc Ky- D s JOIIN- STONSummer Goods Light Unorwoa Negligee Shirts Silk Shir- tsLowCutSfyoes Serge Coats With or Without Vests Luster Coats Straw Hats Crash Hats Belt- sSOFT TIES Etc- H J jnoRDBBRTS ADAMS FISTULA CURE JManufactured by W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky Is a jtuirantellllure cure for horses and mules aflllcted with Fistula Pallevll Bwlnney Scratches Saddle Bolls Hard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper Sc For sale by W R dcRob erts Stanford M 4C Humphrey Liberty O M Thompson Klngsvlllei A Oaldwoll Waynesburg Dunn fires antsvllle Ky F It Oompton Mlllodgevllfe J We PARKHILL MI Dt HOUEOFATHIC PEYSICIAN Dr Parkhlll has had 20 years experience In the general practice of medicine and otters hWeervlcea to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention glren to chronic case Court House owe BMtlsr IBre Livery ltM4 pace llatyll lfOIAt4 PN y ULTIVAT i rem x i We sell tho fcef Moline Brown r CJ parture Cultivtla1 DJAls90uO Horec FiveTooth Cultivators If you need a Higgins Be McIiuney ODD fi ri AndpSummer yrQ CloliiH t At 4ir GREAT REDUCTIONS V J v We Can Save Yo11 Money CUffiACEtS M1LAR Mens sioes If The Offerilig In HIM cokP1coI iLu uu II Many of our Gentlemen customers are no doubt not awetsGlbe feet the tor actusllfBollInu every week one line of Merchandise fen rl tr THAN COST PRICE This Is our first week I jeae ear needxA Handsome DRESS SHOE 4A A Stylish STREET sf0E A HOUSE SHOEfl Or a WORKSH0EH f Come this week and you may havo them for less mopoytlwa wi can tU itbe house Wo have the largest and best stock of Shoeerla 8tMf nt Mid ass back up this advertisement j JOHN P JONES slanfoBd Look Out For Next Weeks Ad ssgs 3 i41500YARDSf Of yard wide Sea Island Harmony and Garner Ptrwriw jut placed l on sale at 50 per yard The New York agent piM today on abate fjgooosl10c per yard Good patterns for WawteJJrewes SUrli c Vo bought this lot somo time ae ta bargain know c ing U would be A TRADE BiNGER Wash Goods of all kind just In 1 Pique INow Figured and Plain White Pique at 15c t3h few Doted at iSo NQw Vulencienne L ESitFansParasols Ac J SEVERANCE STOWS Opposite Court House tt S Sl S S S SSSSS S SSSS VERY LOW RATES VIA THE SOUTHERN E MAY 29 30TII lOOoX During the Confederate Reunion at Louisville the 8ftttfb fa ate of Ic per mile traveled in each direction niakingVjffei L as follows From 8170 Lawrenceburj 81M IkorsiJ we 1 155 Versailles 1160 Harrodsburg f 170 Burgin UIIJIJI Ie Tickets will be sold May 28th 29th and 30th good te waMtintii AtfeHlfeKRVQRoute iii JT pr2oConvenient Train Service aiicr Bpst modationsrPassengers for Louisvlllo via The Southern Kaliwgp krtP 4 ItWIiForconnecting lines- Correspondence solicited Address t W aA TURK WH ftJ- G P A Washington D 0 M A tjl f J Jtftw 5a Yja JI e jiHE INTERIOR JOURNAL s MnUrid n the fottoJIK at Slanfonl at oWqiiIM ItU Ir 2XtduVU u 1 PER YEAR CASH n trWMD id300 wlllbiclmged i KNOXVILLE DIVISION TMlIsloIUCoKl1U 88 aID 241am iIIt oith 12 MID uOZpw jFot all JrOIDta a KENTUIKYCiNTHAL DIVISION 6 AmiT t8taiford at 108 UBfonl at 2101 V No21 ATPINMLkrnltrlt 1200 VoO Jaa wa 230 tVEBNl CRESCENT lWILI Junction City Ko osotp 3I1lp Jo8 1121 4o L pw 1 lxntitop No 348t- e 1 io10 rHANKPMT AND CINCINNATI I u rort 6M iz 3411 p Ii1i Waeat Utorgetown with tbeQ 0 tare rarta at vW ant 5i40 x tart ftr connecting with Qi II A MrtlOr and 9 15 Aveo for Uenrcrtown at 713 P J K MKWTOS Ul A LA Yr- c I trm rrAXEB MannfoatHrer and Dcalear I- n3UUADDLZI7 0 lItal Kytof BE3ZUEY I HAYS J U1mlJrAEEBS l Fnr iltureMatlin 8Rug8- AMd Wall Papert BMyvriU xckMgo Furniture for all i kii el Stork Give them f lhaMil Prices right ITAMTOmD KENTUCKY 1 Grwn River r i Woolen Mills Phil Cagey Co Ky 3 v L1Wriai li Blankets t t V1r3ai B1vIJUMyol R04JCADI i1 and 2rpTIflauuY color itar Mckty k nrst us aoIU the goods made by w Msttatee u outwear tbe product 9 oinyOIhIUILIj4Ftasuaai tub 01 wool Wulrcdi Main uaItl4eot wool rociulred Fjitra JltuJ- IlTwtU ItWc I wool muIitu1 If colored red or All hnkttlU ralrSlbi wMfMisM IapalrbIogIeYaTn lOclb IS oz wvel t the pound 2 or a ply Yarn 15c Ill U waMt tMulrcd to I roundi6e pound extra by rd bNeM puldc In nrded t 114cspo Our M Mto High Otadn Goods Uanl Time PriceB xHraeetooe l dnitry GIve employment tii NM labor Why tend work whwi yM CUlIfK a better article at home for Olli- iMMnttnly awue prlc We lollclt you pa tniaMnjr Wlmrmt4o to gIve antlsfactlou In qua a td in talr dealing Urlug vourwwfcaai we will conTlnce you that out dataaamMt titraVaCTDt Wool taken in ei ch iWeat Ruutel IlfIteilo Write or call au4 mH ar 1roiupt UOlltiOU all inqul UAfl wanted Wool ibllJwJ in Iota of 100 nirfta r aYe frtliht paid oue way We do not paJ a y tn nkt on Iota than 101 pounU tjKIKK JUVEB JUtU- 8Wr plc Miit McKlnney 1hll Casey Co Ky o ti4tk White Ajrwt Btanford Ky 4 t lthckwelJTraflicMngI TIlE CAMPAIGN IN THE PHILIP PINES BACdLoit LCZON P L April 0 After an absenco of eomctbinR like a month from the columns of tho I I lazily take pencil In hand to onco moro Inform you tbo whereabouts of the Kentucky trio Wo have been hero a rellovedat3rd Infantry Wo camo by rail from Calumpit to San Fernandoand hiked U from the latter place horo one of tho hottest duya I think I over felt Over half the men fell out on route Bacolor tins some 12000 InhabItants and U tbo capital of the Panpauga onu of the most peaceful and progressive provinces of Luzon It U ono of the prettiest and healthiest little cities on the Islande The place WAS taken by tho 20th Kansas In May last with little resistance and there has been little or no trouble herr slncd There wero two companies of us garri soning the little railroad station of Ca lumpit a village of a few scattering bamboo and dlpahuta Company KII alone la now garrisoning two townsa platoon heronnd a platoon at Santa Ritaa place three miles from here Our quarters hero are simply swell Wo are quartered In the convont of a Catholic church occupy the second story of four large well ventilated rooms They are well finished and painted so that they look as tough they were papered We also have a long hall way a model kitchen and din- Ing room Well In fact It doesnt seem the placo for volunteer soldiers The church proper la built of stono as is also a goodly part of tho convent The doors windows flooring ceiling Injfaet nearly all the wood work If of mahogany Tho broad spacious stair way U of tho finest marble Outside of the ago tr ark8M the stairway and the parts of the convent occupied by the soldiers remind mo more of the Phoenix Hotel at Lexington than soldier quarters Of course wo are just praying for the rainy season to find us here aa this is just the placo during such seasons There Is a probability of us spending tho wet season hero and heros hoping that we are hero until December as there li ao chanco of going homo until next spring Three months ago this morning tho 41st Infantry landed in Manila What a change has been wrought in these Islands In those three months Not by the 41st but by the soldiers of tho 8th army corps which Includes them all I actually believe that now two compa nies of Infantry can leave Manila for the North nod go anywhere they want to In Central and Northern Luzon Three months ago Southern Luzon was a hot bed of insurrcctos Now all tho more Important towns of the Southern provinces of Luzon aro garrisoned by American soldiers and the Insurgent army is scattered belter skelter1 into roving bands robbing and pillaging wherever they go at the same time carrying on a guerrilla warfare with tbe Americana I o if the American parties that come in closo proximity are not too large A band of from 50 to 150 Insurgents strongly entrenched and with every advantage will attack a small party of Americans every time but its a hard matter to get up a tight with anything like equal numbers The notorious Chinese Mestizo Gen Pana surrender ed last week to Col Howe of tho 41st This rascal who has been operating in Southern Luzon has caused tho Amer icans more trouble than any other one man Pana was of tho robbing and plundering disposition at tho same time murdering innocent natives and Chinos wbo favored the Americans While ho did not surrender his army his followers those tbatdldnt disband bury their arms and return to their homes scattered into small bands and fled to the mountains the biding place of fleeing insurgents A battalion of infantry would now be safo In the very heart of tho Southern Camarlncs and would drive everything before them There has been some bard lIghting In this good year of JOG It Is still going on and I presume there will be for somo time yet but I am of tho opinion that by the middle of Juno the Amor leans will have almost complete con trol of tho Island of Luzon and that It will not be many moons until civil government ia established by the now governor who Is coming over at tho head ot the now Philippine commis sion AiTalrs in the Southern islands BrO improving daily Many of them are already euBdued and the Americans arc already garrisoning tbo most Important town of tho Southern isles and arc still pushing on and on repelling the attacks ot the enemy and establish log American authority wherever they go Gen Bates will have soon put an end to the insurrection in Mlndanoa which Is next In size to Luzon The boys In Khaki are having things strictly their own way on the islands of Pa nay Ncgroa and Cebu now ports are being opened every week Verily the once proud Filipino Republic will soon be nothing but a memory The 41st Is doing some good work Intercepting bands of Ladrones Scouring parlies are out almost every day and night Com pany uKfI has brought In something like 20 LadrousB In all We have shot two The American authorities will probably be bothered by Ladroncs and guerrilla bands for times to come They are for the most part deserters from the Insurgent army They go through the country robbing and pii luging burning and destroying propor ty bands of from 50 to 100 laying in umbubh for small American particu There v been some very trouble fomo tidies In Luzon but according to tno papers ono was afer oil hero in this country than in Old Kalntuck I wits very much pained to hear of the cowardly and dastardly1 murder of Gov GoeDeraatau boys all get pajwe f rN hare read hardly anything else except Kentucky affairs for the past six weeks I need not comment on tho affair at this late date The legally elected governor of Kcntuctcy Is now In tho cold gravo a martyr to tho cause of the peoples rights Ho died a victor to the world Ho gave his lire for tho people and in his great tight against the corporations ho should receive duo credit Tho great object Ion has been against the election law that bears his name but his cause has been clearly tin the side of the people and what more can a man do than give his Ufo for his cause Heros hoping that by this time lion Crlpps Bcekham U governor aa I cant see how the supreme court can recognize the wily man from Butler after the decision of the Legislature and tho proceedings of the past tow monthsWatermelons are all tho go now and have been for the past tow weeks A good sized melon can bo had for five cents but they lack the sweetness and flavor of tho Kentucky fruit which Is saying much Brig Gen Grant paid us a visit soy eral days ago I soldiered under Grant awhile In OS Grant la alt right and I understand there are not a few who wquld like to see him as McKlnloye running mate Tho hottest part of tho scar Is now upon us but we aveut much to do andjou can imagine how lazy wo are Tho greater part of tho company Is afflicted with tho cot disease and I am ono of the number I havent had a good drluk of water since I have been on the Island Our water is all boiled or filtered sometimes both and Is pure I Bupposebut it has a twang to it nod Is never cold Our grub is tolerable sometimes llttlo better than norc We had three consecutive meals without bread but as tho quartermaster was not at fault we simply grinned and en dured It If wo never havo to faro any worn than we are at present no sol dier will have room to complain for cake anti Bhorbcrt are not known in the army CLARENCE COLEMAN AMFE AND DEATH FIGHT Mr W A Hliitseof SUnchetter U writing of hli almost miraculous amelia death aaya Expoiure alter iuea le Induced parlous lung trouble which ended In Consumption I Lad frequent heaiorrharci Ouehed night and All toy doc ton laMl would die TbenlhrRan to we Dr Klnga New DIscOver for ConsumptIOn which completely cured me I would not bo with out It eteD If It cost IS a bottle Hundreds hare u ed lion lilY recommendation and all ta11t neter tall to can Throat Chest and Lnat troubles 1tu1ariItooaOd5I Trial bottlea free at Ten nya Drug Sto- reBICYCLES REPAIRED Most complete BIcyolo Store In Central Kentucky Wo break In a lucy cle Workmanship Guaranteed DANVIUJE OYCLK CO 115 3rd St Danville Ky I HAVE A Fine Shorthorn Bull Which I will stand at my place X mllo from tho CourbIiouse on tho Crab Orchard Service tee 81 In advance Cult guar anteed W O SHANKS SiAsroiiD Ky HOTEL FOR SHL6 Leading Hotel in Hotnemet with good builneoa will tell or trade for good stock lam principally Addres ISTKEIOB JoiTXH IMPORTANT NOTICE TotbeleOpietf Stanford I will again supply you with ice from pure wa ter by ttan1ort Wln Light t Ice Co this seaaon For pound ant orer 4- 0centsdelieredfOrlI1th10 yo vet pound Orders niledanr hour- I have the best of Coali Block Lump and Nut at lowest price Aim Itrlck and Lime Ac term aretaah nd hula limit be paid wben presented All phone orders promptly and Uat1fltCOd Thinking fur all rut I ins Respectfully yonnuys 41 ti SIMS J T BUTTON Undertaker Huatonvillo Kentucky the people ofWeit Lltcolj Ioflenhliaerrlcesto uUllock Cotflniand Cut D 8 CarpeDwr M Intoshs Livery feed Stable lyicKII1IFY lcY Good Klg at reasonable pricoi Bnfo drivers double and alnglo for day or night If you wunt to work Casey und adjoining countlet McKlnnoy Is tho to drlvo from Horses well cared for by single feed day week or month A share of your pa ronage solicited Th QuthernKutua1lnvestment Cpay Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Homo OIBcci Lexington General Officer lxUlsTille Ky Branch Oililcta at JJewpoit News Aa IJaltliuore dliL Ia Paid To Ccrtlfleate hoMers 8292132 PassoilTo ScssnrcJFnnd 9600925 BARNES WEAREN Local Agent Stanford LUTES CO WB STOCK DBOLBBS Milledgeville Ky Hue hand 7O Good GrwsInc Hull ors In three iiillea of Stanford Will Mil any nuuber a man may want 10 WHITE HOTEL- W II CARUIEIU mOlt CORBIN KENTUCKY Close to Iawuger Depot Flrstclass throughout liatea52 per day W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain l With VltalUrd Air Physician Jo attend anco elaths NtwTh 1JhffIW 15 J t i IforscsnndSIulcs to Sell I have Four 2cnrold Mare Mutes and Pour good Work Horses fur sale IT 1m U Q Cloocit Wuynoiburg Ky WTT== Walnut Logs Lumber and Trees iduluists 0 0 JIENQKU JR UNO CO Louisville ICy PUBLIC SALE A FINE RESIDENCE And Building Lots ON TUESDAY MAY 22 1900 I will olrr at public sale on the premise my rw 1M ore with laud adjoining limited In Uantlllo K The house 1lIn excellent brio and cut stone budding or room runted with stone pot tico with tessellated mirblo floor large porchci hath oom water doortlloe dry cellm and ha large birn anti all other ncrouary outbuildings tin and hot and cold water throughout the houw atd l on large oovtrtalllnJtrnng and two good chterna In yard and healthful loatlon with line lawn I too well known ned description With the house li 3500 rnoui FEET OP LOTS Of good depth facing on ilrcell and ill within rite to MTen minutia walk ol the bUllnulrt at town In the put few year over 80 handoome real dance have been built on atmti facing thli prop rty I have repeatedly refused otter for tingle Iota butt now oBVr pro erty aa a whole Capital van Sod no aifrr or more protllable investment Tenuilllieraland tude known on day of aale Huyri tn tnpect rNporlyt any limo lrior to sale by calling vn or adilrewlng J II Ottr 0 crier N K TUNIS Heal Estate Art Oinrllle Ky THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL LoulHvlllc Ky Tho most centrally located and only FJeSTCLASS Hotol In the city making a 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all ptrl o tho Qty Everything neat and clean wck Sunday TUB fRENCh COACH 8TAUION QDSIItfglitered In French Coach Stud Hook of Anier s 3127 alao In Krpubllqua Krancnln Slam I atlonaux No 1763 winner the lint prime Iho National Universal la In lropolWbl1bur with small star black points 16U weight In working order 1823 poumli Koaled on llred by Lemeland of Onnimun of ItiilxnTtlle Department of Lcmirclil sired tho ttoTernment ran dam Ckalntanll by Io Uard 2nd dane by Jterolutlon Ac Ac Quails pvdlgrra can lie traced hack for over two centuries originating from a eroci of the pure Arab aim crowd on Normandy mares fan ancient saddle breed tar back ai QTJA8I will uutke- tiuepreaentscamonot2ti at Ui mile from Stanford on the Uluton1I 0 1lte1 10 the Season Money fine When Services are Rendered or 15 to Insure A living Cull Mares kept at per week Vr urinal attention given but no rwponilblllty fur ac cidents Hun DORSEY GOLDDUST No 1JM The producer of fine road and Cailern botiM clan that an now In demand at good rr1c Ill- mte the season At to Iniur a Living Colt ROSCOEA gout Mule Jack will stand at 17 la latun a lit In j colt Jersey Bull Pedros Great Hopes- o 4CI aired by Old Pedro that cost 110 000 aol his dan a 17Its and 8 ox row with Oral calf and out of live that won the sweepstake prize at Worldi Fair with Old IVdro heading the herd one of hit many honor Will aerto cow at 55 each money due when settle la rendered with return prlfl legs Cows trrtt too per week Personal alum lion given but riot ropontlbl for scrldeatk- tiT U rom KT HEROI I will stand thla fin Jack at my liable at More lanttKyat SB to Insure A Living Colt Hell a SOS breeder and one of hli rolta ai high utU last year He la by Abraham At the sans time and place will itand toe rioted jack ntl1I earning 4yoarold black with white points 161 hndl high large fOil Iel and lesvy bone Sne style and action and a sure foal getter Ills celIa both by mare aol will be da from April IS on up Will itand at Sip to Jn8U1O Waa Vulcan be by OldAlSanSer lit dam by IToctor Knott he ly John elms Jack he by Superior Mammoth out el Frank lIntt the Iuell Itevaree Superior Mammoth by Itoyal Mammoth lira fu nliheJ at U Care taken to prevent accident but not relpousaibli houid any Ur rA tloe lied Wllk bc4 will prmitted to serve a few insts rraUiI Ii KINO PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky THE CIRCLE PILL Assists tho Liver Nature will do tho Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The Bout Liver Kidney and Stomach Remedy on Earth Has been tried 60 years lies never failed to Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of ailments caused by a TorpldLlvci DOES NOT 1TAT7SIATJC OR GRIPI I But acts gently on the live 25 do es in a box for 2c Try It once and you will never be without it For Bale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky IS TNt CHtPtS7io eernz kVtTPeimafp w Tifgeufrtfinyv 4cccc74jj J fiend for hlalegut = Seven experienced teachers each ono a specialist In his line Urudualet of this college Preferred Iy business houses There are other schools but none can ofler our facilities i IOtralntCCI Omv OKI cot or nl S FiOscO 4 RoIlY flew Orleans ioutottt 6alveion- and all Texas and Southwestern Points arc easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the and Crescent WI11orAaoL From Cincinnati and the North 89 Miles Shorter than any Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibuled Limited Trains Through Pullmans 24 Hour Schedules Only One Change Cars to Jackson VlcksDurg Houston Dallas San Antonio etc ItIT UNt m II THI OljItH e J4 by Tol INDIANAPOLIS JUMBO RED Oueen FourFast Trains TO Toledo DetroIt AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS ujvro 4 talni every wcekday 3 trains on Sunday Pullman and on night wgncrSleeptrIParlor Cars 4 trains every 3 tulns oa SundAyTo CHICAGO I Vestibld traIns Standard and Compsvttnen- leephig J Case Prlrcari ssd ear PlsIPt Om t J t r i iJi ttvIII j GALTON 12910 TAMnABr Shred by tlamlietU Wllkm 211 J sire of luln IntbaSaOlitWtlkN211Ind2Mor better JrIrelistc1t dam of J Q Inlb8011hUtllolttn hugsbeanlItlltotIU10 to Insure a Live Colt 11 tXIU Hiutonv Ille I- CyEngli5hIIutor Combined buy uUlllon 16 hand hlgln both hind ankles white Plrcd by AnoAttaii McKgutam- KIr t tiara tho William Iuik caddie ware by Davy Orocliott son of Donnyn Drcnnon by Imp Dronnonj tad dam by lllcblandor Abdallah Messenger aim of Kngllhli Hun tot Is by Mcwsongor Chief mire of Maud Mosaengcr 2116 English Hunter IIM pro re n U bo tho bolt mire of One size anti high ttyleil aadill hone In tho Country t will stand Kngllah hurler tho season of 1000 at my tUbte four miles from Stanford on Crab Orchard pike at 10 to Insure a Living Golt Money duo when colt Is foaled or ware parted with A C DUNNIStnnforcl IqIIOTII10016SiaualarJ WaWDgbiraIICd sirs ot UUtude M7 and maufy others la the flat Walilngbaui Xibotbi sire luoliortHorreWl1h1I111 First dint Tinsel by Meawngtr Puree IM son ilambhclanianaolsieoMlain22O the darn of Norlalne yearling record 2SI V Second dam lice idler to Jamee to well Jr by Hambletoolan lOsireofPrzterlT- ThirtdamnJsisyreby Harry day 45 sun oflb dlma ort JuUan2lfl llojolil j aol U othen that Ioue pruducvd 230 Irotlen also lire ol the dam of Elctoooewt Fourth dam by Liberty son ol lance by Amer Iran fctlr NotLNsboth U a lr If band high foaled June 2A IMS lib pedigree ronUlna blued of HamMetoolan tl wrge Wilkes MambrlM WNkn rflaiJr and Harry Clay Will Stand At 15 to Insure a Living Colt Will make no barge far anuon If the colt rOnnot to t aalabl at telling time I will also itaad two Jwfc at S3 to Inaar area gran l at K ler month which In ill raw unit It 1101 before they are taken away Cot la ken to rent aeddenta but not roponilble booM any occur J X Ky Eagle Bird Tho mighty son of the great KlngRagl Eagle Bird M a show aulllon has but tow equals lie won the ISOO take at Losing greateethuorsaa hlathOnlhetare lo demand and are aelhtp toe high rlcoa either tot bualneas or breeding pur Will make theprenent seaam at tho table ot hi owners I miles west of Stanford oo the Shelby City pike at tho low price of 10 To Insure fl Llvlna colt Parting with the mare forfeit the insurance Also at tho game place wo will stand tho Ono mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM At IT to Insure No better mule Jack will bo offered for public tOnic than ibis one fur further partleulam ddt E P WOODS O Ky Red Squirrel Jr No HON II H brtellNo 68 First dam Green Mountain 2nd thoroughbredThla bo trio of tint best breeders of fatcy horse In ICen tucky always giving thuem Ono sire mind quirrelhausairedUQ will mike the season M our stable In Stanford ut 10 to Insure a Live Colt Money due when colt Is foaled or maro U Patted with 1IKAKLEV IIKUS Stanford Ky DOUBLE STANDARD WllltniJthsca n of 1011 one lulla North ol on the Lexington 111ce1 12 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT ire by Illack Squirrel M 1st dam LuoU7 b ritocewallJackioii Jr dan Jcue Ilact- JonII 3rd dam by Imp Iluitard tboroughliml bytoekpurfackson behy Washington Standard is Ift3 hnuta high beauUllllaorrelfoal Kl In lie floe llOue and finish and will attract attention In any company la one meek very beat sons and a full brother to Ien- luckXlnglll8wbOlOldCorllOOOn ungsltol Uyoir 1luragD furnlihed at U per month Care lateu to rrevml accident bJt riot rwponslble should any occur retained on roll to incur stud service M II WEI8IOKII IUNVILIK Ky CLEVELAND Jr Tilt Smi Jack will make the leuon of 1900 it my table the lain Horace Withers fjrui near Stan ford and will serve mires at 517 to Insure a Living Colt 1334handaline breeder He was bred by E n Ilallani Msdleoiitbiuotedbr eulerof due Jcka and be lr1OM8fKALL14asfee1Ky II aiii jjjjjrj J900 At tho Warren llusnoll Stables Danvlllu ICyIcPRESTON 922 VOL 2 Bollil Pity with black imliit 1B4 Imuda high foaled In 1801 by WttshlnRton 51 tat Dam Hello by 101 2d Damn by Denmark RHODERICK 104 Ray Bullion sired by Mnmbrlmi Ixi rand 07 by highland Ohuie- flit Dam by lon of Peters Ilalcorn Meseeuugerhello Nln show mare 1ronton first attracted thu attention of the public by wlnnlnR thu first premium at the LoilnKton Fair nnd utter wattle at Itlclimoiul winning tho rich purxu of 1000 for the timt combined stJilllon In tho State and afterward ut the grettt Bt Louie Fair wheru ho won lint prlio over the best horses In the United Suites then nt Kama Oily wheru ho agaIn defeated sweepatutatiEzhulbltion after winning all of tho Ural prltos In Run tucky Iriwuin will wake tho aeniuin at 115 to Inure liltu retained on all calls until season Is PAIR Call on or Bddrcon 0 T HANDIMOK Dimvlllo Ky AfTratelera fleet Slock Kami twit Shelby atyKr King1 David 1442 VOL IV stripInnearly 1200 imiindi hired by King Squirrel OK son or Black Slur rel lit dim liy Stonewall Jackson Jr 2nd data by hay Mnvnger 8d dam by young Charley lereh wd Will nuke the aruoa of IMX at 8IO to Insure a Living Colt- Wilt she stanut the Ms Ja- ckEMPEROR 27 fly tloternor Wood SJ OauiMI Ilnbtl lllatk with whit polnla l6f band high aol weigh lISOpouod Will Hnt il10 for JcnntU IDol IIQr warn to Iniure aiding colt lain retained en all colts until tMina money U veil Iarllag with mar or breeding clwwhere forf Ili Iniuranc Cats taken to prevent xvUenli 11 not mpona alble should say octet Iran at HM peruiontb due when stock U latin any Gall and ciauiln my atuek and eeprrtally their proluc which show for theiiiMlfe I H TJOVIH Shelby City Ky OBDENSBURB8787 l llrrard 9S trial 121 iTiwtoul Ullko r bands high bred by Dr L lien U ifton By Mombrlno Patchon lUre of M of the dew of Isi ioaliiLig WllkeeXiOfl Crawford 1I0 t DMBUIM 68IJut J iI3 Ae took havi MewSe I dan Variety dam lit dg4D burg 3I H 1by ttvsa r ldalll by ilvldletown slrclllaa4 ih 1Iatttrt In too HawMetoa tan W adam hyTrssiupoealiuleadar OnANIIK ULOSSUMMC tMefftraiigrOtol1 J kl etherised tbe l hi el JM UfeMom 2i JbyNIJJl lowoia deja N4lt Past 111 ol Oranj ibid 2Rhl by jtBerira Star 145r Will Stand at S10 to Inouro a Living Colt Will Also Stand A Jack at To ksaro tAt ray liable on the Seminal It soar IIla for The premium Saddle and llarne riuillou M S BAUCH MAN DIGNITY DEPgscis- trn08Foiiledi 1KM hand a1 mIIIOjlU1fbaysesstng that wonderful stylo IIhnut r eUI of this Chester Daro family which the world acknowledges as superior to all As a show horse has already tnado a WIutUon- wlDnlnjt In hla clan and Hweomtaku from a many blno Item In Ills three yearold torte ho took 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In hariuse ho- very stylish with grunt action and is quito spoivly both In hnrniyw mud under saddle We believe the public Ie now af forded an opportunity to nccuro thu service of tho coming young Ion of the day at n within reach of nil siring a clant of colts when matured tunA will soil on our Kaatorn market at fancy prices him to fully appreciate htm- PrmniiKK Hired by tile fnnioni flare No 10 N S It he by Illurk oadllyjtel a ho lu mack Flhl 74 lie by William 87 he by Wanhlngton ho by igloos Denmark 01 nnd ho liv llono Denmark K by Imported ford lot Dam Llulo by Wolchmont byhiysdika i 1st dam Paulino by Alinonl Forest 63lddam by Abilnllah Meftturigur 3d by Vertnonti 4lh Thoroulilinid 0111JWill make tho Mliwm of ltLtOuiifziwi stock farm 2X unItes Wuit of lIulltoDvllleIKy on llradfordavlllo At S15 To Insure A Live Colt Mare trailed or purled with forfeits Insur ance and money becomes duo at time of such transaction Mares from n dlntancu kept at 12 per month Grilling bill must be before removal nt mare Mares In trusted will receive In terminal attention but I am not roHponiiblu for accident or escape 0 OAl1tE- NTICILOKLAHOMA A chestnut Btalllonineaaurlng 1CJ hands and weighs 1600 pounds Is a liornu of tine carriage anti perfect In disposition lIe will be shown In Stanford nuxt Oourt Day- Oklahoma will ninko the season at my homo on the Hales Well Hond two mllcH South of Stanfonl At S10 to Insure Living Colt Will also sland my jack IBTJID- KT 6 TO INSURE Bud Is by Billy B of Winchester that has never been bout In u show ring I S FATTE1I02T Sloro 1