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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1nrl yY i a 7pi 4 r yfi 1- ilt SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNffnnn W 1 VOE XXVIH STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 22 1900 9 A M 4r r fI iI IJ kC t1 BAHi NO 2 POWDEF- 4bsolutely fr Pure Makes light flaky delicious hot J biscuits rolls muffins andcrusts t f Makes hot bread wholesome These I are qualities peculiar to it alone I have found the Royal Baking routtar Hjpcrior to all othersC CORJU late Chef Dctmonicos I nOVAl BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM r STj NEW YORK j NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Jordan Mdntyrc ngod 7a nod a y prominent Moroer county altlten last week c1eiJl Thare aro Sftl children In the 1I school district of iowor et a loos of 46 from last year The Contra College Dotted the State Colleca ball team Saturday IS 10 4 on the lavtori ground There are six murder oaias on the docket of the Laurel clreult court which began yeiterday t The Signal says that J O Hays of Crab Orchard hai bought 160 cattle In Iloolcenttle In the last low weeks a The Mt Vernon band will accom pany the G A IU of Uockcastio to the reunion at Lancaster this week The body of T A Pope who killed Charles Donahue at Lone Mountain March 30 was found near there with a bullet bole through the skull At Wllllaroiburit a jury returned a r verdict of two years la the peniten Nary for H C Dauifhorty ubarged with the murder of William Roes Representative Gilbert loiroducei a bill to reimburse D N Williams of Rockea tla county for supplies furnish cd the Union army during the civil warWhile trying to arrest MUlurd Phil others at Munohetttur for dl or ideny oonduot Deputy Sheriff Felix Davidson was shot by 1bllpot and prob ably fatally wounded The plnelBtf mill and lumber yards of Walter Elrml A Co of Somerset were destroyed by are loON about 61500 This Om li supposed to have originated from a spark of a ptuelofr train on the Cincinnati Soutnera railway Cut Lngbdon alias Bootbeel a 1PIIIbur blind tiger operator who w thouwind dollars la II Dell J I ngalDBt him at London for Illegal 1 whisky tolling escaped from the ont cars while color u the rock pile Janie Boreing of London goo of Congressman Borelag bill been ap pointed to u clerkship Hi the National republican convention He will leefor Philadelphia in a few days to oetflii tbe preliminary work fur the oonven tton Mss Ida Moberly died at lllphraoml ultoryeaM of grief otor the drowning of hot htubiuid Clip T S JJlobarly s at AtlunMo City Two months ago a beautiful daughter died ann this blow I literally broke tho mothers heart Sho loft an estate valued at 1QOOQ- OSOMKnaKT Dr W A Biirutu or ganized u lUpilst congregation of 40 members at Ournel o assisted by Rev Taylor and Rev W R Davidson tDr Stoolo Bailey n tine old Ken Lucky gentleman and ai aotomptUhed physlolan and surgeon of was elected for the lUiti StanlordI taS y of the State Medical Association r Mr D P Cover employe of tbe C and a popular and rising young llen1 titman married Mies Maggie dnugb tor of Mr arid Mrs W S liourno of this oityat Chattanooga Mr J B Owen mine hoot at Cumberland False was lutba city Saturday He reports for a big crowd at the Falls tb rflatterlnig1J j aDearil katr sold hlll et rIWtwd whora ir forllhlel la l iIt nnn POLITICIANS ANDPOLTICS It took over 2100 ballots to nominate W W Stalled for Congress at Nor walk O The whole pneumatic tube system of transporting man was tabled by the Senate K to Congressman Oscar Turner of Lou uvula annnounccs that owing to prl vats buslncM he will not be a candi date for reelection Judge J R Sampson ofMlddlesboro will be a candldato for appellate judge in tbelbdielrict on tbo democratic ticket Marmaduko B Bowden once a dem ocrat Dod always an egotistic Ignoram us was cboaeu presidential elector for the State nt largo and was Capt Ed Parker of London Gov Smith of Montana revoked the action of Acting Gov Sprlggs in nam ing W A Clark to succeed himself in the United States Senate and appointed Martin Maglnnls of Helena J M Richardson of Glasgow who was spoken ot all candidate for Congress In the Ird district says ho Is not a candidate and that John Rhea will be given a clear field by his party Another of the men arrested for the Cuban postal scandal has confessed deputy Auditor W H Rcoves gave up 6Ib00ho bad obtained from Neelev The scandal was the subject of much IliOtttilon In Congre A bill was In troduced to provide for the extradition ot Noolay Tbe olvll sorvlo commissioners In their report on the alleged political as aliments made by Collector C E Sapp of LtHitevlUe arraign him for al lowing that speclee ot blaukmalt against hie employes charge him with violating the olvit service law In sever al partteuUrg and declare that the Federal building has been made the rendezvous for polltlclaoH and political gutherl while the publlu service has been degraded Tbe louse pattted a measure to pay Confederate soldiers for the loss of their horHM and other personal effvoU taken from them In violation ot Lees capitulation to Grant by which tbe of alltoTedarms and horses The bill originally uurrloil 200000 but the epoclflo sum was stricken out and the appropriation maila Indefinite Many other claim shin wore passed HE POOLKC THE SUBOEOHS ill Burton told lUnlet lUmiltoD of Wet Je- ttinen0aatrarrielsals month tram IkcUl would unlaa cotily operntlMi was bocuml hlmielf with en huserKilufinrtl nt S the wrest Pile cure 1Gda allllllIl ttlv In the World 26 seata- has toW tjr Ifnni Uragelt- A FoLunrEK OF MEASLES In many instances persistent cough follows an attack ol measles In spanking of this Mr Walter U Heel editor of the Klkin N C Tinier says Three weeks ago I had an attack of measles which loft mo With a bud cough I look several dares of Chnmberaina Cough Remedy and the cough has entijely disappeared I con eider Chamberlains medicines the best on Upmarket for sale by wig R Hock err Druggists 4e- The 76sli ti rnpeiicemeKt robe oI Jot dc aili Ielbgyllid- wilt t heblM Tape dwGrMihoptier fe plnjlngr havoc wttb- Ogtwn clogk e irht 1 LIVINOSTON MlisJeanetteOilllspIo of Virginia ii visiting her slater Mrs Parker at the Eight Gables Mrs M J Goodlo has again taken rooms at that bowel W M Fields has been with homefolka for several days at May wood MIst Annie Aehlook will has been quite sick at tho Eight Gables for a week or more Is again able to be at the store Mr and Mrs John R Carter left Sun day night for Naslt llle to be gone a month Llttlu Lizzie McKinney went to Stanford Sunday to visit her aunt Mrs W O Spied Mesdames M J Goodin Ma jree and Burns made a av ing visit to Pine Hfll Wednesday Dr Honrv IotUia and wife have moved to Crab Orobard Mrs Duokley has been vUlting Mra MoKenno at the Mulling Hotel Metdames Will Carpenter and Pallx Bowuian who have been sick for quite awhile are both able to be out again Mrs Carpenter left with hor etfiter Miss Mollle Farmer Sunday to spend the summer with her parents near Ttlltabothtown Larkln Chumley has bought of A N Dontloy a cottage near the river mansion J C Rlne hart and family have taken rooms with Robert Burns George Whluon engi neer on South end local has been oil for several days fishing Mrs 7f R Dlllion has been on tbe sick list Bob OwtfOSf ol Hazel Patch was in town Sunday Mrs B N Roller is In Lou- Isville this week Mrs Dr Cooper took little Grace Wilson to tbo Orphans Homo at Louisville Tuesday Misiej Lido Cook Katherine Walker jcanottu GillUpic Pearl Pollock and McKcnnasMcsdaacs Goodin Moore Mulllns nod Roller Messrs Dlllion Saunders and Moore went on a fishing excursion Friday to Dlllions switch All report a good time but not many fish C U Burns has gone on through MrslWday JP Hooker of Junction City has been visiting bis daughter Mrs D S MoKlnncv Mrs Sue Mulllns was in Mt Vornon Sunday Dr Jim Same here returned home fcom Louisville where ho has been attending school Asbloek t Rlnebart have just received a nice new line of summer mllllnerv Mr Dr J M Black of Knoxville spent a few days with her sister Mrs J C Rlnohart Mosdnmes Dr Lucas Angle Smith and Susie Hicks visited their mother at Wildfe Mr and Mrs Dose returned from their bridal tour Sunday and have taken rooms at the Stuckey Hotel CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Tho Southern Baptist women mis sionary societies contributions last year wore 8S32 W 73 Judge J W Martin of Little Rock was elected moderator by the Southern Presbyterian General Assembly In At lantaQuarterly Conference will be held at tho Methodist church Friday night when Presiding Elder F S Pollltt will bo present and preach Rev William A Bchols a commis loner to the Presbyterian general as sembly from Mlddicport 0 dropped dead In St Louis from heart failure There have been nearly 70 conver atone at tbo Marcus LIndsey Memorial Methodist church revival conducted by Evangelist J P Lowry Courier Journal Rev George B Eager D D pastor of the First Baptist church of Montgomery Ala announces acceptance of the professorship of Biblical Instruc tion at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville The Northern Methodist General Conference rqalllrraed the churchs stand against dancing playing games of ohanOfl attending theatres horse races houses dancing parties or pat ronlttng dancing schools and other amusements which can not bo used in the name of the Lord Jesus On tbe closing day of tbe Louisville Jockey Club meeting tho Kentucky Oaks was wt n by Etta John E Mud sIfOOdFdsettoMauolaally The meeting from every standpoint was the best ever given In Louisville The at tendance for the 16 days exceeded that of last year or any other year by near ly 1000 a day- ALIFIi AHb DXATH FIGHT Mr W A HloM ofMancbwter la wrlilag of alt nlrwulwu ttcaa MJ Fxt MUN ftw utadlItnhuwl Mtloui We whtoU enltdln Cauwraptlon I lueD heuorrbaxecu5bednight Allur Jw lonHliUnouUlnwn eta Thru befian to me Df film New tHicovwjr for Con unjllon which rural mil I wuia not to with rut ii even II It coilfla h4llle llundmU hUe on Kfommtiulitlon and all say It neve- rlt111toeurThroat Cheat and lung troul4Es J far dN S o and U Trial bottler fr o DTa Drugstore MASS CONVENTION There will be a tease convention of tbo democrats of Lincoln county at the court house In Stanford Kv Saturday June 16th u 2 P M standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates to a convention to be hold at Harrodsburg Juno 20th to nominate il candidate fur Con rots JNO W HOLMKS Chrao eTHE APPETITE OF A 33AT Iirniletlby H or whoa Stomach ard llv riirn oa I of tinier Ail such houtd know that Dr King Now Lift the wonderful fitomicl and Liver lUmfiljr giscta tJdlIIIpc lilt y tDt iL astian rggulir bntiliy bablt- tkpc tiwte + MFkt dean k tM1tyoJ1 use tIi t Mre a Wmti l1i et Augusta Ga VM it moakinifbTrd width slfb hat f LANCASTER Mrs Ellaaboth Morgan of Lincoln Is the gnuit of Dr and Mrs J MLeton A fund has baaa rallied to start a wheat a rlnldtr which is very much needed The matinee given by home talent Saturday was well attended and gave perfect aatlsfaotlfrii Hecks ViiudevllJB Co promises to have good crowds at tbe opera house Wednesday Thursday and Friday On Saturday night Jordan Fish was stabbed and out not seriously by Oharles Phelps Doth are dolored Eld Joseph Balloii will preach at the Christian oharoh In this city next Sunday and as he always gives ua an able discourses a good audience will hear him Judge nod Mre J 0 Himphlll will entertain at their palatial home on Lexington Avenue Tuesday evening May 22d Many of the elite will be thatIThe commencement exercises of tho graded school at the Christian church Wednesday at 1030 M should bo well attended as they will be interesting and wo should show an apprecia tion for the school which la out of the boat In tbo State Mr G B Swinebroad attended court at Harrodsburg last week George Smith Jr spent a few days In Somer set Mrs G A Swioobroad has been sick for several days of rheumatism Mr G M Patterson has returned and reports that the new dynamo will be hero this week Gen Gordon lecture on The Last Days of the Confederacy la endorsed by President McKinley and leading G A R posts as nonpartisan and highly entertaining Tbe veterans of both sides and many citizens will bear him at the court house Thursday night 24 Only those who can be seated will be admitted Get seats at McRoberts drug store The people ot our town and county have united with our commercial club in contributing liberally to entertain the Louisville Commercial Club next Friday Everything palatable has been procured and they will be prepared to testify to Garrards enterprise pros perity and hospitality With J W Miller John Farra Hugh Logan and John Stormes on the committee of en tertainment success Is assured Mr Crutchilcld Henderson age 70 years died suddenly at his home near Lowell Saturday afternoon having been In poor health for some time Fu neral services wore conducted Suuda afternoon and the remains were buried in Paint Lick cemetery in the pres once of many friends and relatives Deceased was one of tbe worthy and substantial citizens of the county and he belonged to a large and an influ entlal family On Friday at 11 oclock A M Mrs Mary Broaddue an estimable lady died at the home of her soninlaw Mr R A Stone In this city In the 68th year of her ago Funeral services were conducted at the residence Saturday by- Re Coylo and a long procession of relatives and friends followed tbe re mains to Lancaster cemetery for inter ment She was a worthy Christian lady and had many friends She and her husband Mr Morton Broaddua who survivor her raised several child ron who are held In the highest esteem by all those with whom they associate Capt Herndon has succeeded in get ting tho promise of the Irvine Post G A R to bring with them on the nth tbo historic flag which was th first one planted on Mount Lookout bv Capt Wilson and six men cf tbe 8th Kentucky Infantry after the battle above tbe olonde a graphic descrip Lion of which Is given In Wrtghta History of the 8th Ivy It la much worn and tattered and attracted more atten tion than any object at the National G A R encampment in Washington City in 1S92 when It was carried by Capt Wilson who has since joined the silent majority- A liberal reward will bejMld to any one who will give a reason why ou people should not give the right of way for the extension of the Southern Rail road A thousand advantages will be derived from making Lancaster a com petitive point and the farmer will dO rive more benefits than town people from tbo fact that ho gets better rates on what he consumes and what he pro duces while the town man la only ben efited on what ho consumes Tbe benefits to the farmer and shipper will soon pay for any reasonable contribu tion in reduced freight rates which means better prices for all articles pro duced from a turnip to a fatted bul lockA commendable spirit of patriotism la being manifested by our people pre paratory to entertaining the G A U Thursday and Friday Mr Fleslngcr will entertain 200 at the Garrard at tJ per day and families will entertain as many more The citizens have con tributed liberally to the expense fund Pnbllo business and private houses are all being beautifully decorated and all necessary arrangements are being made th0klatoretJlfWef1ftadYeryUi i ot 6eeirthe eye or the uuH wHt non to MUM our cV Mbq piessantly eipft her h CRAB ORCHARD Corn u selling at SS and bay at 81 here and searoe at that G W Singleton will put Inn stock of goods at Cedar Creek soon Saturday was a busy day in town and most of our merchants were rushed Voftonnget a pretty bronze clock free atF J Jonea CDS Call and see bow The Key Institute is doing a thriving business and Dr E O Dick has his hands full W D Ramsey Is aelllog feed of va rious kinds at the storenous he purchased of A11 Begun Agent Mr Altoe Newland says that business at the depot la double aa craft as It was this time last year Saturday stock sales have pot ytcommenced but it wont be long before the auctioneers voice will be heard The sulphur well at the depot la ae popular as aver Throngs of people gather there to drink the best wamr In the State Mr J J Brooks will send down some more money for tho Goebel monument fend as soon as those who promised bring In their donations M tbo last meeting of the city trus tees Andrew Buchanan was elected to succeed Morris J Harris who resign ed and W A Beazley was made chairman Manager Gus Hofmann has not yet perfected his plans for running the springs this year but It will be moro of a health resort than a waterlog placeMine Host W A Beazley of the Beazley Hotel says that more drum mere have visited Crab Orchard In the last few months than in the same length of time for years By tbe decline In certain grades of lumber J H Collier and others will lose heavily G W Singleton who Is just making his first shipment from his mill on Cedar Creek will catch It also The Ladles Aid Society of tho Bap tist church will give a strawberry sup per In Edmlstons store room next Fri day night for tbe benefit of the church Go and see that your friends do like wise T M Eitea has closed his butcher shop on account of hot weather and our people have toeend toother points for fresh meats Miss Jennie Payne her millinery stock in the room bo oc cupiedR Bronaugh spent Saturday at home He shipped his string of nine horses from Louisville to Newport the day before and will race them there lotvto Baughraan of your cityJ S Dameron and his aunt have just completed a cozy cottage on Springs street which they will occupy until they erect a handsome home on the site where tbo Lawless residence burned The two house will materially Im prove this part of town Mr C C McClure and family have Bono to housekeeping fail tlcClnree house on Stanford Street His daughter Miss Nannle who has been attend lOll Normal School at Lebanon 0 returned Sunday Cash Herrln of Rock castle is with his brother W 1 Her rln Mapager Gus Hofmann ofCrab Orchard Springs went to Lexington Saturday morning Mrs Dr I S Bur deft and three weeks old son David Payne Durdet are down from Brod head tflth her parents Dr J W Guest of Louisville spent several days with homefolka hare Bright Ferrell Jameset Although there are over 3000 bar rels ot whisky In J W James ware house less than 20 barrels belong to him Tbo demand for his output f- aIre and he usually sells It before it la made By tho way It la reported that there are indictments in tbe U S court against burp Mr James and Cur tis Corer for shipping whisky C O DoI to certain mountain counties They dont seem to be soared bowerer as some 20 toga wont up Saturday and It forrshipping itIWINDOW YIcOFFJFjlfUUI1UHS We frequently hear tbe claim tome thing given for nothing but we do not often see an actual demonstration ot the principle like the display of Lion Coffee premiums now on exhibitor in Thomas Datums window Here are many valuable articles all given free for the lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers These are not cheap articles but comprise lookH umbrellas watches gold rings and jewelry besides many things useful and ornamental In the hOll eboldor will bo enjoyed by the children Lion Coffee fully deserves tbe rjgpularitv which it has gained because of Us su perlor strength and flavor Jkomcys risvs Tnocured Mrs llr werot trnfuU which had cuuiol wregwouldbreak Nwpltndgod I qupreuraiemedytIolIl ptgcltls l IIUo a is aldtryjtait J = If J X 1 1 Dont S ring Give you a fooling that you want to bo decked out fromtORtfrtoe in nowV betteaa Splegsstylesthat none need leave disappointed We have cores of suTtjUO Dud JJ2 UiViH Vsurely and thatwould r Negligee Shirts Straw Hats And Tan Shoes Everything you need to make you coin jrtoble ftjiiliiilreMCd MERCHANT + TA LQRINa tCleaqing THEGLOYour Money Back if Youre Not SatiScSt Miller Hirsch Unville S Successors to 7 L Frohman kCe WALLJ A EBFor 4 CEntsIn my Store WallPaperpricesWe Hang AnyPlaceYou see the paper matched up just as it will look on thoehl and get it at once Iatcrs3upplies A E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo SOS Main Street 1 l 1f 1 Wa C GREEN G 1JRCSlONVILLEaIfas Just opened and has ready for your inspection a splendid stock of y GENERAL MERCHANDISE Including fnl and complete linecrfjj 1 HI A K ID vcriflclooboth the marl SHINGLES Ile will exchange his goods for anything Ili cea convertatmoney Call on him and take him your produce When You Need Paints OilsIConsuL Craig Hocker St ford 1t A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUOXY- I make close estimates on work andguarantee perfect s tisfactior sto workg manship and as be attett ed by any one of the m ny parties for iIt I I carry a full stock of Doors Siwih x Blinds Metal Roofing Rough Draed f LutnberMath Etc Mi I will duplicate any prices offered re8otCHNetlO e 1 7 J A ALLEN c tl ii 1tiIde f Ceupgfitssh tfj ltUAmerican Wire lf to i The Best Made t f Try It And Yap Will O r t V lLik6 It itsr i rip fHE INTERIOR JOURNAL IC LSt iNlfb WAY 22 1900 i l W f1VALTON- v IT U atwoiutcly SRastlnp to read the proceedings of tfcYlate republican coflyentjon at L jlsvlllo Thn crand f Slagd leader Toy partcllU as kM o ad tbelr Uk rt pough to maJMTissM uah for human Ity llm mjpQ fenrfull pa thello to tt wife and ecv n bUdI tiwn tbe aIsle and to be 1lbertarlls do the croc dl told of the allejred vYadbAen Inl1l ted hlni Wa that If Taylor did r efeed tear It was be caotebl blft- otUer w and not thai of iill Remorse comes a e rt fno matter how dvrarfed I and Taylor must nrii inptr nil li a moment as ho t b map sent to his UBlimtr Kii Sla connivance AJl fcarlulltriebcdHad M mrafn tlie bleeding and dy injf vtibUn 01 tk teulest political con bptHMf M ttw He rcmeraber Jto AlfMiU the assassin bc ijf a rek of the bjr hawliWprdoned bliwwif and the buUdlncI of tMeriMi and attempted to f lrttlb miwfcv ulscd as soldiers J ai proMctpd bja squad sworn to take ttM M 11M iplKilitafanncasusand of jfc w kf dtt obr atvera and sundry 4e d Hurt d t1te angels weep No ntoih UtosU A suvapo could not 1i1ud not sbed tears W U1 lrbVT ylk r exclaim Oh mis rbl nwa tbMTatB who will deliver M INae4y of thla death arch traitors TlMa3GfthOeY their sup yon JM4 aUtftaaee added to the farce comedy of tb Whole business which wUib nMM Hb4red only with disgust The raprfMMti party Is slldlniz down the U iBgna to es and with such welrbMfs MM two named Breckln rIdgc BNMTB Bruce and others will botIWIaSenator Deb remarks while pre sldldj in tb iai WIcan convention at LiMtevUle Wlt convention will d v 4t 4 QHfet tI Ill not setI olW IM M i Mfl be takes his 1 Ikf fcsW riiiftisl aad seconded that tbeetoottoo of Or v Taylor and Gov Bffii9 lt8 e 4M4 Unanimous You tfotno right to Donkey with Clay butjr K yon aint no delegate DttMsdMM Thfs will do aDdI II fofthtf jwir diem per day whOM IgNoranc and stupidity rti m 4 hl11 famous Strange to ur ha di4air B take a ebort nap as ItiMs eu Mh i the Senate chamber but WJJswjjgh tee entire evening wi f btO en and green with tnrjVtiiKSltv rrti enemy triumph ov erhrothe leadership of the im P vGoY 83nL Y has acaln resumed hU l d t talp nl the Kentucky repub flcaoathe Big 1 Am of the 600 veottoA ttod fa now regarded as the II jpo wt the party Great efforts t 111r8 h l r U w fet to bear to have him beo w h Baoiiflate for coveruor but he de ll M all eVertures to that end PorawMWU bect like the bottom fall WM M Mgt tait braiDs out weighed nlfMitMi l bwrticefOrsupreuiacvaud Brwll y ewnwW bli own uiruln almost witk iVfai JYwUl head the dele fMloajlQtiM JC tto2r convention and dish wt sdr pie wbllo Deboo III rwlM ecoDd fiddle WWTiNOdl the term Goebellam- otfentjvcfy used by enemies of the jsreat ludtMrWtmeron turns ills atmiMiMin Saturdays Courier Journal to oitirt ef caule wbndeligbtin it andi1I tho1 alive PIlS th ll1to Gov Goebelwbom Wun honest wan a 1brlftt u and a phsJl flbcr klnjr publlcpllrlted indeed wal Gopht1 uItl mU ree pot worthy to take ls nama I poluted lips f Tnpreifl laid nota word bout tbe MM wtlon In their platI tefOf but P yfJwidley succeeded uf If lIi lcbop Wwivln gettlcp the fol ferlog resojutiadopted We tin VUdcdiy diaouBS the assassination Atiatoi Go Maftd pledge ourselves Mf l IP h 4hUKUon aod the coo the wussln The loud b tbereadln of nbowed how the repub Iwfejtb assassination uld In hU conven itij Yostand otbera iy o bad descried the 0l the brains had Kayuay Mr Vice feuHti tbu matter Jt paiyou mean esp- eewirlo ib s t tcb which sub strife and wible cries out r Journals np Of course organs of a iMd by used to f y hiiow does rfBjumn MT d fcbl WMtM Oru dispatches tell of the decisionII lot the supremo court in democrats The court liofd as all pood twycrs said It wohld that it had DO jirlsdlctlon denied tho writ of error aid dismissed the appeal Justice Har lin of Kentucky dissented to the ooiulon wt lch was banded down bI CHlef Justice Puller Justice McKenna agreed In the conclusion but dls ontelll from the reasoning and Justices BraI er and Brown held that the conrt hud jurisdiction and alUruiod the decision tbD Kentucky court Harlans 10f reads more like a republican epqcoh than a legal document Taylor was very much depressed on rccolvlnif the news but soon and ordered Gen Collier to rnllledI soldiers and turn his office over to Gov Beckhum The Frankfort democrat went wild with delight and later uiany iof them marched to Goebols tomb and deposited Dowers thereon All tho courts have decided for the democrats Now let us have puace THE LATEST LOUISVILLE May 211 i JBeck ham wins before the supreme court Tho Kentucky court of appeals is fcus talned C D Republicans Washington aro said to bave Inujlhed over the lachrlmose- account of Taylors performances be fore the convention at Louisville and one Is reported to have said Holl have plenty of chance to weep before the State of Kentucky gets through with him and if there is any truth in the statements of his confederates he will have cause to weep to some pur pose REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Bradley has worked himself back to tho head of the republican party of Kentucky and goes to the National convention at the bead of the delega tion with an endorsement for vice pres ident while Doboe is left at home Those who were damning him a year ago are now bowing down to him He has made many of them cat dirt Owensboro Messenger The foljowlofj will go as delegates from the 8th district to the Philadel phia convention D R Collier of Gar rard and Thos J Ballard of Ander son alternates John Ballard of Shel SpeDIcer A of Pulaskl and John B Hurst of Harlan alternates D C Eimuods of Laurel and T B Scott of Cumberland The presidential elector chosen for this district Is J T McCltntock of Madison and M A Holcomb for the llth The republican Slate central commit tecvwas reorganized C M Barrett was reelected chairman and R L Uwatb taey succeeds K J Hampton as secre tary Judge J H Tlnsley was elected vice chairman Col R F Buckner was reelected treasurer ADDITIONAL LOCAL BEAZLEY HAYS the undertakers rIve the best of service Ask the lam ily of W F Abraham and others they have served FHEIOHT comes high now A C Sloe received two car loads of lumber ono from Alabama and one from Nash ville on which the freight was 170 f0 Ab Maple Sam KlKirk and Robert Burner were arrested at Harrodsburg They art said to belong to a band of chicken thieves that extend through Mercer Boyle Lincoln and other coun ties und that tbo gang has stolen and marketed COuO chickens the past five months MANY THANKS The Advocate coo graiulaics Its contemporary thp 1NTE j mOlt JOURNAL on the evidence of prosperity displayed by its appearance ldltcrIland promises the patrons of tbo 1 J that hereafter they snail receive rflgu irly a paper as big and as good as tbo first edition from the new pretisDan vlllu AJvocate lIst The Somcireut Journal says that Jas Farmer is in great distress over the disappearance of his son on April 23rd 61 from GtUlisomuno College la com piny with Edward Clements of Plus burg Kas The boy Is named Lbku is 12 years of a re und large and heavy for hU uge has dark brown hall blue oyw cloth In marked with full name Information of his whereabouts will be gladly received by his parents at Som cr lIt Robbers beat tho head of Prof R W White Into a pulp at Philadelphia A report cornea from Washington thit McKlnley is verging on a physical cjllupsc AII grades of refined sugars have bodn advanced the points except coarse granulated and extra liDo granulated An Indiana farmer Went to kill a tqulrrcl for his wife who was ill and longed fur one and In getting over a fineu fell and broke his neck Chicago is stirred up over the scnsa tlonal revelation that the cargo of the plague infected ship Taylor from San los Brazil was shipped there secretly and sold At Baltimore Miss Sallle Collins was forcibly ejected from tho Fayette Street Methodist church for attempt Ing to jllrt with Dr Isaac B Davis the choir leader H DAllen was ronomlnated for Con gress In the 2d district yesterday with out opposition O G Gilbert will bo similarly honored without tho formal ity of a convention Both of the great political parties of tile country will sit on the fanoc asd iwalt the decision of Wednesday oc r ferefooe ol tbo Jeailera of tbe gold aOf Ift Ju tobeD- iotJ1IO QH u Henrv Rlngo a farmer of near Ml toadIfoot of the aqlmal struck him on tho bead fraeturlna his skull IMATRIMONIAL MATTERS Robert Haynes 81 ana three times a widower woe married at Davenport O last week to Mrs Lula Patrick a widow of 73 Win Ballard 00 ycnra old and twice a widovror took a third woman to wife In tbo person of Mrs Sarah JaDe Kldd ElttEndEugene Me Williams and Miss Minnie Brown popular young Rockcastlq county people were married last week The bride is a daughter of clever W H Brown LAND AND STOCK Tobacco plants for sale A B Poli grove Hubble a Good fresh milk cows for sato W H Shanks StanfordIICo Underwood Hold to T C Rankln a hornless bnll calf for 940 O C Carpenter ells us that Dignity Dare has served 42 mares to date William Clovd sold at Danville yes terday eight yearling cattle at 5c P C Sandldge sold to James D Moore 40 acres of his farm adjoining Mr Moore ut 85150 Dr Hugh Reid has vaccinated over 700 cattlq There have been very few If any deaths during the past week A colt with flve legs is attracting a great deal of attention In Jessamine county It belongs to J M Hlgge- J C Reid sold to Mrs Dr W I Lot her of Danville 83 acres of land near Hustonvlllo at 930odd an acre Cbas H Smith owner of Lieut Gib son bought HU Excellency from Tom McDowell for a figure close around 810 000 1Entries to tho Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association at Lex ington close June 1 for the meeting Oct 213 Nancy Hanks 201 was delivered of her fourth foal It Is a fine bay colt by Arlon 2071 and has been named Ad miral Dewey Bonniebert owned by C F Flelech man of Cincinnati won the National stallion stake worth 820000 at Morris Park N Y Saturday W D Hatcbell sold to John Robin sou 22 ybarllnga at 831 60 Several crops of new wheat have been sold at OOc Harrodsburjr Democrat I will stand my Polled Durham bull Jack Maynard at 83 cash with privil ege to breed back If cow proves not with calf M S Bauehman A B Polsgrove Is putting In 11 acrps of tobacco on F P Bishops farm C K Brawner of the same ICe tion is also putting In a big crop Fifty two Jerseys brought 85705 at the Sballcros sale Tho highest price was 8385 paid by N F Berry of Lex ington for Hope a fouryearold cow Carpenter Bond sold 000 slopfed well fatted cattle at 4 CO These wcro in fine condition aod had been on slop since December 1899 Harrodsburg Democrat F P Bishop bought of S DunbarHO ewes for Aug 15 delivery at 83CO 53 ewes and 59 lame of another party at 80 75 for the ewes with lambs thrown ID and of L L Doty a bunch of ewes for July 1 delivery at Uc W B Kldd has bought 450 export cattle at Frankfort for delivery June lit at 4SO Ho also bought 122 cattle In Nelson at 4i and sold them a few hours later to Wcibl at400 Winches ter Democrat The wool situation In Harrlspn Is somewhat peculiar Agents out In the c mntry are buying under protest at 25 c mts and dealers In town will not take hid at greater figures that 23 and 24 oebts Democrat The nuted trotting broodmare Bue lab dam BeuJsetta 20flf Is dead at FBettoIbien a nil sister or brother to Beuzot ra DANVILLB COUUT There were 110- or 400cattle on the market yesterday and trading was uausually good Sono extra good steers brought closo to fie HeifersIwas dull Lutes Co sold to Klrt- Robinson 20 lout yearlings at 83210 Wilkinson White sold to Mote Scott 20 good heifers at 823 45 M J Farrla bought of Brldgewoter Hayden Ii- line calves at 83025 ilWii i i i iiii i Ui r in fllI STVLI5H RELIABLE g ARTISTIC =j commended by Leadlnc rum kcr SIn AIa1 Pleue InP 9 CALL C JrAZA U tlf i INC rf N3NE TETTER AT ANV PRICES j 1 In nlynlnlho oeJif Dealer ijrvr n up hem Itn4 out On Cnt tanpsr ccivtd fc 2 J It your niireit SjjVRAKcn orrict i = 189 FUth Ave Chloio and f 1051 Market it San lrinclfce jg Mc TOLLS F 11 u1i INE Drlcliteit fllozizlne Publlf hed 5 ii n Beutiful Colored Plates 2 luitrstt Latett 1alternt FalhI= 11 Fjncr Wurk AI d foltbi air taaiffvl premium for allnl WI i wiri bIt p rtic rlIq It per Nt4Ina loK 1ur TtI 1t LLCO tfI 4 j iY t TrTTTf jjoft r Red yearling bun fo sale James Woods Tha tobacco plant bed destroyers whoso depredations followed In tho wako of the toll gale raiders three ears ngo hnvo renewqd their opera tions In Wftodford county lour largo beds of plants on thp farm of Mr R V Bishop were visited by tho raiders and totally destroyed Wheat Is looking better this season than for years It has a good color and as yet the llr has not disturbed It Un less drouth or severe storms Intervene perIudIn many sections Is well up and roplant Injt Is under headway Lebanon Enter prlso TIle Green StoleH- USTONllILL6 New Stock of Dry Goods NO ionsIGents Furnishing Goods Slices Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were nil bought before recent ad vances and conicquently iho prices are lower than olber stocks bought since Rood went up See mr new line of Hot VeatlierClothing Low Cut Shoes and Straw JAMES FRYE MULES FOR SALE I alr of pood Work Inlet for tale Ftru genUoApply FOR tENT The property nt Crab Orchard Utclv oc cupied hjr Mr M A Singleton It Include residence purilen IIa tur kc Apply to C H Slnsleton Crnb Orchard Ky it OLD MOCK WHISKY Ocorgo fl Weatherforil hila a contract for I ULL COfIlOL AII SALt of OJd look Wbl kj la Ilnstonvlllo H C MOCK Danvlllo Ky JI WI PARKHILL M D HOMEOPATHIC PEYJKIAK Dr Iurklilll liu Und JO rIII1l oxiMrlonce In tho gfneral practice of tnrdlclne mid offers hIt services to the public of Stanford und Tlcloltv Si lal ntlcntlon glren to chronIc caMl OIUe court 1I0ulo over Jle zley IJIOt LlrVry sutto OBIee linun from to St Produce And Junk Wanted IllslieU nlh Price raid for Seruo Iron and Hag Ve pay W0 pound caih for Ginseng Vfe haTe located lu Planford for the purclinse of Fgp tlilfken Hides Wool Icuthen Ac Ve pay for Hone 40c j er bunilreil HIghest aob price for IIrall Copper o t fflco and iliop on Depot St two doors from Main Ilrluj lu your and Detour prlllTOUOICO 1Itontt I IJ Gixdfina J lljo occasionally in ofrfof the thousand and one things about the place mean more months and years of service K the rijht Kind Ci made for the purpose end ollMfanybe itarisuikywhtelbarrM iltifin feneepsrch chiir lawn settet cranthind tut must wittjjtand Usiae expuure W H MlllHTS fAcrne W lfQ QjOrW6rM Desirable Farm At Private Sale Desiring Uicrmnirp clluiuto account of myrarllllJtKentucky 2i nillo Eun of Hustonvlllo and oowlla West of McKlnuey ou 0 S It L amongIhtucky The dwelling Is tnodrrn brick anti wllhhallincludu two pleDdl und commodlouo burns with box ttalU nnd tiled room for 100 InclulleIcchoUIIIhouse poultry home flower and Rood tenant nouso of Iho room All building arilin Bnd comllIratlTely new Never falling orchard of best vurlety of fruit The larger portion of this farm flr tclas tobuccnand hemp land Abun dance of never failIng water tour rook walled pond In addition to brunch tbrouK fumlnIlluewheat and corqt fencing In qxccllunt con quantityThisdlvUton If todeiluKlIfiIlt laI1ItIIll04tln n 11uareIjounded on North and EMtftidiM oovllla and ileKlniiue TurniWUi T h WBI ami f rs to bo i W pf o i4 Any MvMi t iC o M cure it yy 1IIIftII KM yMf txMtqBlW lrt Iiatn on thi Mr 1 It aM tbSf b1 mM teb fQVtud n tl liON G G GILBERT Ii candidate for roolocllon to Congrem rgnllLrncUon DINK FARMER In a Cvndl ftto for Jailer nuhject to tho no tion of tho democratic party tlo votlclti your support JOHN C PEPPLES tt aoandldnlefor Jailer of Lincoln Couity IlI1rtFOE eE J1 Qood iiroperty In the town of Ornh Ornhnril W LANDQRVP Krlger Ky H0T6L FOR SHL6 111I1IIeIIIdIMa IxTNalOI JOlltIU FOSTED NYfArNorWU 1AMKIIIAK Kttttr Ky IMItarmrtBli NIKILLA utienbtltu Kjr Paper Hanging And Painting lliC me before you let your painting I 131JerandrnuiUnholt I wtll iloialntlnir In proportion All work gunranteeU J 1IRLDRX tJUnfonl Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to jmlnt nnd repair IINt1asutyleFeXICrlenrd tell ran linre your old riblcle made new for very little money J II UUEElt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE 00IalotflttulaPallevllHard and Soft EnlargemonU Ort a T IIbtlmlMlr Ac For into IIT W B Mrltot erU drupRlit Stanford M K llunphrvv Llbertyt 01 Thompson Ktog llle A Caldwell aynciburei Dunn ltro firy anUrllle Ky F H Compton illUvd vIIU IUULIt SALtt OP A Fine Boyle Co Farm Thursday June 7 1900 At oclock will odcr it public Mir nay fNtuItamlllelNrfola romltl ol en tw iiorr ttrlek of Kirn room oDd kiicben bill front inJ Uiek ro b1tOOJ lrr IUr under entire from of tore room nutol r of ttbwU ill ntntvir out bulMlniri birn arrlol houM ibopt ibrill for MKblmrj griHiT corn erlb t be u i ii houw good orchard Jlnlrttrlu 1tUDt lt TbPIlIInm 1ortr atfM in In 101lrauIQ ar vn In tluiotbr lrktrr Win wlicAt t In w l niand 20 In oiU lalinm n corn nf4rmlIIld1 hjramuntjr mad l r wllb ImpreURII on lde an J arm en lto oiwlte It will b aold Mpiritl7 at tt tlh lI1IItIteIdneIgbllothoodllhAt thenamn time and pla I will lieU atY eml good laalftl and lior otso Nj ClI1IRlIlOIlbhuellldrill corn planter all good ulow cultlrn toN lot Itotbrd lib and other thing too numerous to mention lYr on de lrlig to ln peet the r mM are lurlled to TEUM8 Ono third eab balance Jo oue nnd two yearn tn ntx iifr cent Intermit LVTTLET Summer Goods Li htUnQ rWeari Negligee Shirtsj Silk Shirts Low Gut Shoes Serge Coats With or Without Vests Luster Coats Straw Hats Crash Rats Belts SOFT TIES rrr 0J Etc7 L riv i Wbatsinaame7 H 1 f Nothing unless It be suggestive The name LOUISVILLE STOItli always liiti been lull alwnrs will bo suggotilve of Low Prices Best Quality Big As J sortment and Courteous Treatment Those Are the Wnlch Words every employer must keep lu mind Hero aro the iBARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK Domestics Notions Furnishings 2000 Yards 20lncU checked or itripcd Shirting He- 31llIch lcd Ticking Cc lots of Ynnl wide Percale KIneDltultlcaTjc 20c Dre6S Lawnit go lor lJo Good l earl llultons r doien 5c cIIUc Braid 00 I 8 Pair LadleV last black white foot Ho eS5c Dozen Men1 Socks 48c Men good working SUIrts 28o Ladies Ready To Wear Garments 75c Shirt Waists ISo Ladle Braided Linen Skirts 63c v Ladles Crash Skirts In Hern and Oil it only VOc Millinery lOur slock has Just been abundantly wiih tli late t and best thingsI i in Trimmed Hat Sailors Walking Store Children Trimmed Halt Tain OSuan jters Lace Caps Ac Shoes Infants Show llc Cnlldrvns Dorigola Paten tTp Dress Shoo 50 Ladles 7So Oxfords 39o Mens Plow Shoes 60 Mens nit Drew Slior laco or con grclS f110 ClothingI1101 l neo 11011 In hfjDQh lOe lloys rvfirc Pants In C ilwcrc ADdISatlnello lOo Mens strlpfl coiloii Pants nice pat lerllJ1 pair for II Men black worsted Paul OS- oUori Linen Suits 8f Moris Unen Suits llOS- Hoys Imitation Vcstce Suits cuibrold crod front wash goodi 4So Menf Ilnen 1antJ 4c Hats Mens up loilatc good style straw Hall 23c Men A lIne Sbtpe 23c Menn full haH Far Hals worth fl 00 go for03c Icne Crash Hats lOc 120I l Louisville SKLINGERBROS PRORSIO7 73 of CoiOf Ncwnrlc New Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 Assets 0041071773 Linbilitie 0181070724 Surplus S502505322 tThe IJest Policy The Bet Company Annual DivlJcniln Ikforo JoIn your ap plioatlcstlou for Life Iniurance see R B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky eSTlteforcnwa Our Policy Holders lO LINE OF CJL O TH1N GIi Kor Men lloys and Children aODD PKNTS H SP6CIHLTY See oilr Line of Custom Made Punt at f2 50 to 1125 Ior pair W E PERKINS 1 Crab Orchard Ky NO Ifhe 1Straw Hat Senton lasollI1etl wllh n ruth Llltle htu but Now In Full Blast Wo think vro can plrnic you Call and tee liS Knox world renowned Pearl I Fedora correct CALD WELL LANIER Danville Tho Leading Shoe nnd FirnUhtng House of Dunvillu 1 THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY reocentlyscience I wish to soy to tho Ladles lhat THESE LENSES FLATTERJast received large tock of tho very katest Designs ir Jvjouldi gs Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to bo appreciated Suit llJle for frawing from tbe Ilhotogrulh to lhe 11106t elabornlo pailltings AnJlng lho Jot Is thD No French mouldings specially for suitable ellcato 1lctures Embroidered Mats pen ch that roo dulrc dnlnty frllwe When In DanllIl1 call nud IICo ue and gel our prices We will save you money 1S4 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky Stanford Female Colleges COMMENCEMENT CALENDAR Tu Way May SOthj nt Sf t pta thfO e Ji- tfrkfiJuMrtt fi tilj AQaltlNr1 tIJCeyic Jh Mag iDlDlIIelt Jiie Bapliit Cliurch i 11J ili n aUp fheA at CheOpnI1UIe Thursday JUlie 7th at 10 80 by th my IkOiBdilMBMld 001 Final Clearance Sale of- TAiLOR MADE SUITS In this sale Wo make prices which are supj to sellall those SuitsT 0 do this now in the height of the Season sons not only to sell all these Suits but also to advertise our Suit Department Wo have divided Out now Etdii Suits into four lots as follows viz Cv LOT NO 1 7 75IThbae are allnow Eton Suits silk lined coats mtidct all wool llbincspuns and YcnUian Cloths inBlue Gray Tan and Black11Te sold 35 of these at 1875 and 1250 anti have only 10 le1tIA LOT NO 2 975 fftou Suits beautifully made and stitched of very fine i VonilSan Clotljs these have sold readily at 15 but we only have sevon Suits kit which we oiler at 075 LOT NO 3 1175 There are five styles of Suits in this lot all of Hifc Broad- cloths and Yenitians and made in the most approved shapes The cheapest of these sold at 1050 told up to 1050 Arc have Ifi Suits left and oiler choice for 1175 LOT NO 4 15 These arc the finest Suits we carry nUll are made of Broadcloths and Venitian Cloths costing 3 and 350 per yard It takes 5 yards for n Suit We sold these at x 2750 and 2250ro have 7 Suits left all Etons and i oiler them at 15 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 22 gOO po E C WALTOX BwiNi a JIo AOKn TilC ben materlnls combined care kill and Insure rcaults No other methods are eve used In our proscription work Penny Drug Storo PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Mils AMEUICA UOCT who U SO has boon quito ill Mus ANNinWitHBitS hat been vory elck but Is better COUNTY JUDOK J M TILPOKD of Casey was hero Sunday Mils JOHN n KNOUBMAX Jn went to Grnyd Sunday to vltlt her ulator Mils W P TATK roturned Saturday from a visit to Loulovllla und Lebanon Miss UBHUA MAHTIN U ussUtlnK In the Martin Prothoro store at Drod headMt Vernon Signal MIS3KSJULIA ASD MBUSBA Hfll m B of the Southern oud are guests of Mrs Garland Singleton Mu b K TuiHULB wont over to- Plotto Saturday after his wife who tits boon vl Hliu her parents tiJB CIAUNCH spent u day at Mil lursburif looking after hit Interest In the school thyro Somerset Journal M us WOOD VALium and children and Miss Mary Walker of Garrnrd are jfuosts of Mr and Mrs J C HOle MU C V TcciCtm and pretty bride from Taylosvllle arrived Saturday to visit her stator Mra K II Dea ley- MISSKS EDNA CAMNITK Georgia Nowburn and Ruth Cubortson of Hu6tonvlllt were Ruoata of the MUsoa Cooper Da J F PEYTO rented the boueo advertised In this paper to T J Tetcr i who will give up tho place of sexton and movo to town Mil A W STANUirono a gentle 11manly young printer who has been hero for some time left Saturday to take a situation In Chicago Mn O C KBLtun Ju who Is to bo I spentSundayOral issue would appear on the 20th THAT superb specimen of femininity Miss Ida May Dickey who has been with Mrs J S Rico returned to Cave City yesterday and several hearts are t In mourning Samuel Moser who killed his wife s and three children at Fremont III attempted to kill himself at Salt Lake t Utah He Drat shot himself und then plunged Into a river EUOEXK WILSON of this county who went to Lexington to take a busy ncaa course has secured a good posi tion with the city railway hU sister Mla Mary who was hero Friday in A armed us alAL ant ribfinfnth Intorjnatloa that r rude oli for r wllh cbaD 0 win 0t Ijd 1 IBORS to the wife of Yo L Adams a girlMR JOHN 1L MOUNT of La Grange Is with relatives bore MHSSRS O K GBNTRY and S J Ktnbry Jr are at the Latonla racea Mns MONTIE Pox and children of Manville are visiting Mr and Mrs J W Baupbman HustonIllsspent some time Vn are sorry to Icarn tbat that ex cellent old gentleman Mr J V Cook of Lancaster Is very sick Dtt U F tlBRNDOX one of Knox countys good democrats was mingling with friends at Danville yesterday DR HAWKINS Bitowx and Mrs Mary Green of tlustonvllle are both III Mea Lou locker U improving Mits UnucKiNiciDon JONBS and daughters Misses Frances und Mary D will arrive today from St Louis to visit relatives Mn AND MRS MONROE CIMITIS are In a very sad condlttoo He Jiaa lost hit eight almost anUruly and else Is totally doaf and sick KISmltbhomo ot Mr final Mrs W It Smith of Clifton Forgo Va Tbo mother bras Miss Edna Courts of this place MR J H COLLIER of grab Orch ard who was hero yesterday tolls us that his cone Harvey apd Pom Jim Kdmlston Park Anderson and Jim Plcatants drove over to Hlokman yea terday In private conveyance for a weeks fishing In Kentucky river LOCAL HAPPENINGS TAKE your watches clocks and Job work to Kmbrv L IDlllclDanIt I WILL give n portrait with each dozen cablneta In beat finish for caab with order thin week only Maggie SlIcraItSTOUEKOII SALE Firstclass stand clean fresh stock Good run of trade Satisfactory reasons for selling See editor of this paper NEW GROCERY Mr Jacob Gins burg has opened a grocery stock In ono of Mrs M J Millers storerooms atjd aays ho la almost going to give goods away Tae Lion u esman baa re cently been banding copies oj their premium list around at the houses See their display of premiums in Thomas Daltons wlndQwItTile Olneraatduuraa so anxious to know where the money paid to the city lor taxes licenses etc goes that It says it will print gratuitously a statement from the treasurer of Pulas kis capital Make em show dp Brer Ceph ADVERTISING by the inch will nobej- noreaeed la price In our larger size and Rdvertli r wit get the full amount tdteyoeatraeted Ji btat tbepr4e per column will Ire 111 a josh- trhlilka tst tbe oatorr taie p lim- i1Ird p t HAMILTON for good watch werlcf LOT of nice carpets at Bduzloy A Hifys1 f SUGAR cane seed at Warren t Shanks Se BLACK etr ucclne vlruaut Craig k Hockerrt AnIstreet JB Mlddloton bitSwNee ndmde double sOt of barnos polo and surrey Addruis P O Box 101 Stanford Ky It TUG Lion colTee hustlara have come to l and are exploiting tar and widriTrthe cup that cheers but does not Inebriate IN Thomas Daltons front window IRI a display of Lion coffee premiums many lion articles exchanged for trade marka cut from Lion cotTce wrappers TENT MKBTINO Rev J H Faga lays tent mewing will be held In the Logan schoolhouse yards and begin Juno 3rd Uu will be insisted by vol uotcerprcacherB from many palate WE like the Harrodaburg Democra- liocause It copies so much from us whic of course Is good readln Bro Boat well forgets to credit however but he is young In the cause and we raise no kick CENSUS enumerators will be required to wear a badge They will be made ot German silver and bear the words United States Census 1000 An or der has already been placed for 60000 Of these badges by the director of th census MlNJ GONE POOR BOY Louis Lan dram still thinks be thinks that Lan caster has the Southern railway ex tension nailed down without Danville being close enough to hear the whistle slow Poor old Louie too much G A R bath made thee InadAdvocate- GoiwoNIt Is not necesSary for us to comment on the lecture nor extol the greatness of that grand old Confed orate Gen John B Gordon who will tell us about The Last Days of the Confederacy at Waltons Opera louse Friday night next The simple announcement of bis coming will fill the building Secure your teat now at W B McRoberts INCH PARTY Be sure to attend the Inch Party to be given by the War red Grlgi by Chapter U D C at the Veranda Hotel from 7 to 10 p M to morrow 23d The proceeds aro to go towards erecting a modest monument to gallant MaJ Whaley the Georgian who died hero of wounds and was burled In Buffalo Cemetery Your measurement will be taken and you pay to enter as follows Just one toot two feet three teat fours You roust awiMira at till door And for UftcJl foot you measure tan Jut turns cents la the sack let full How few dofond In oven feet So nil the Inelim you must moot And thus when even feet iron lack Two canto an Inch drop In He sack MreAlcorn tells us that the Centre College quartette a superior musical organization has been engaged to make melony for the occasion and which will greatly enhance thadellghtfulnes that the evening U sure to bring Everybody in cordially invited HAYDEN BRANCHING OcTThe Par- Is Nowa says Mr t J Hayden- a wealthy merchant of Stanford has associated himself with the R P Dow cltIl1ndnew firm will alto run a branch wholesale grocery in Winchester Thq two houses will be connected by a private wire lUonaltillM Jones late of the Armour Packing of Chicago The augmented cap 1Co of the Dow Hayden Co will en able it to largely increase its volume of business The main ollloa of the COIUI pang will be In this city and all of thaI uylug and banking will be done hero They will have six traveling salesmen out on the road Mr Hayden returned Saturday night from milking the deal tq lIs us that be will spend this wceklit homo wind tog up his business and go to Winches tar next week permanently His tam ily will remain hero during the summer There seems to be no doubt that Mr Hayden has struck a good thing nnd while his friends here aro sorry to lose him they aro glad to know bo Jiaa such bright prospects HADES PA1For the first time since the present owner took charge 25 WilliIlato300 papers had been run otl the new two revolution machine stopped short never to go again till an absolutely es sential part which had snapped like a plpo Bterauould be recastand returned The expert Mr Max Stelneger who had put up the press left at once for his house the American Typo Founders Co at Cincinnati to have tbo damage repaired and the four forms tOo large to be printed at once on our 33x47 Cottrell drum cyllndcrchangcd to meet tho new conditions bad to be worked oil two at a time on It requiring nearly 0000 Impressions and about five hours time It was a tough niece of luck such as might make a sanctlflcation preacher curse a blue streak but wo held our temper as well as possible and wondered afterwards how we got through the many vexations of the day If tbe bre k Is repaired ttv time wilt be prlnt cl on the new priMUnottb8i process at prljr lag two for naat aiittM vi Uk hays to W f rpawd Iii either ri bawever- we MK IICLryflttxu CnMHScilmettllotrat lowoat urlcej at Hijl Bocks IOE CKUST3 refrigerators SO at Hlgglns McKlnneys SAVE your potatqes by buying bug finish which kills W B IcRoberts I AM making special low prices oni flooring selling and cypress shingles A C Sino LOST InStanford a wreath pin with seven emeralds In It Hauira to Mtn Mary Hundley THE business manager will bi nt Mt Vernon next Monday first day of ell unit court and hopes to meet his old lends and patrons See him If want the cheapest and best paper InI the State AN Indians was hero last week trying to buy out William Hamilton the jeweler but that gentleman knows a good thing and consequently did not sell The Hoosier offered him 1200 for his stock and 8300 for his good will CtosebPro M O Winfreys school closed Friday and the professor and wife left yesterday for Glasgow to Rhhouse they vacated while their new bouse Is being built e IN FRANCE Mr Ed Wilkinson has a letter from his slaterln law Mrs Robert Wilkinson at New Decatur Ala easing that a cablegram from Paris France from her husband who was mysteriously missing told her of exem home 30 TO 3f DauvllhaSophs cant play ball a little bit They came up Saturday afternoon In high feather but returned with heads bowed down At the end of the sixth inning the score stood 30 to 3 lu favor of our boys and the visitors threw up the sponge The Stanford battery Harry Higgins and George Florence aa usual did tine work SOMERSET known to themajority of the patrons of Beazley Bros livery stable Is no more He got away from Driver John Sneed in Danville Saturday and while running fell and broke one of his front legs in two places making It necessary to kill him He was a great horse for long drives and made more hard trips and came In in better shape than any horse in Cen tral Kentucky Tnls makes three hors es the above firm has lost In a month TUB commencement calendar ofI Stanford Female College la as follows May 20 8 P M the Art Reception at the College Sunday Juno 3 at 1046 A Ir the Anniversary Sermon bv Rev J R Savage of Danville at the Bap tin church Wednesday Juno 0 at 8 P M Annual Concert at Waltons Op era House Thursday June 7 at 1030 A M In the same building Commence ment Address by Rev W H Ryalla of Richmond and conferring degrees on graduates Six oSundaysix Inches of snow covered the ground It was quite cold enough for snow this time as the mercury went below and the air felt frosty Sunday and yesterday Old observers say that from May 20 to Juno 6 the time when blackbeirles bloom should a cold spell happen during the dates mentioned It will be the fore runnerjfor an immense crop of the luscious harries for that year A good rain fell Friday night which was worth thousands of dollars to the farmers Duo TIME Chief Tralu Dispatcher L M WealerUold who was there says the Knights of Pythias had a big Ume at the fairgrounds near Plttsburg Be tween 2000 and 3000 people wore on band there was abundance to cat orator was on tap and nothing occurred to mar the pleasure of the occasion At night th8 splendid new hall was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies and some tine Initiatory work done It was a big day for the K Ps and it Is to be hoped that much good to the order will result from it filthfunerals in one household In IT months It the unusual record In the Abraham family First Mr George 0 Abraham died lit the age of SO then 1I5 Marietta daughter of W F Abraham 22 Mss Sidney Abrahams aged 87 Miss Kittle j7and Saturday Mr W F Abraham breath od his last of Bright disease aged 72 leaving butane of a formerly prowl nent family Mrs Martha Arnold aged 75 Elder J G Livingston preached the funeral sermons of them nil that of the lat to die Sunday morning tit 10 oclock when the body of W F Abra ham woe ltd with the rest In the fam- Ily burying ground on the promises that all were born and raised The re narks of tho preacher whose friend bo was were both touching cud appropri ate agd then live of his brother Confed crates Judge M C Saulley J H Mil ler M S Peyton RG Collier and G W DoBord consigned the remains to thQ tomb Deceased was a member of Capt T H Shanks company Grigs bys regiment and served gallantly through the war for the cause that was lost After the war he dealt largely In stock and was quite a prominent man In affairs generally Some 23 ydars ago ho married Mrs Harriett Buchanan who bore him one child Marietta Whose sad death nearly broko hU heart and from the Affects of which ho never recovered When he was taken ill last winter bo sent for Elder Livingston to whom ie made a confession and by whom be was baptized ID a box ofwo iter made for that purpose Llka the rjst pi t Jamlly alpf vwhojna rH will be tiaa lived 1O old age he tuj to life wittwiprwii iffiultyiiiii isr vwatbs bad betm si tii wAit of it watch btIt 9ra r HAY Straw Cora j Oaif ShIp stuff and oil kinds of feed soldfor cash only J II Baughman t Co Dlt COWRY UbutldlnV a nice real dence bulow Rowland on the site of his montheIPoI SALE PuiVATKMMy real Unoii and store house the latter occu pied by Penny Drug Store J W Haydeh LECTURB H S Bonslb of Vineen neeIud will dollar a free lecture On prohibition at the Christian church at HuttonvUlo Wednesday night WITH his storeroom brlghlenbd with now paper and otherwise Improved Mr Joseph Glnsburg Is better able than over to wjttt on his big trade IP this whatyoua newspa per In every sense you are pretty hard to please At any rate we are proud of It and hope our patrons feel the same why DR J c BARKBR of Hustonvlllc asks us to state that the Casey County Medical Society will be held at Liberty Thursday when an Interesting program will be carried out THERE were white persons exam ined by MUa Kate Bojfle and L R Hughesfop teachers certificates Friday and Saturday The colored applicants will be examined next Friday and Saturday THIEVES AlexTraylora house Saturday night and got away with 81 60 and a few other things They took Mr Traylors clothes but were clever enough to leave them In the garden TILE L it N will sell tickets to the Confederate Reunion at Louisville May 2330 at one cent a mile making the rouri trip fare from here 8210 Tickets good till June 4tb with privi lege of extension totbe 10th TilE glorious news of the democratic victory before the supreme court was the subject of inquiry from this office from points In Casey Pulaski and Gar rard Our telephone bell wasrung al most continually from 1 to 0 p M by anxious Inquirer- sPnEssasWe are Indebted to the Danville Advocate Somerset Journal and Corbln Pathfinder for notices that we have a nearly new 33 47 Drum Cyl inder Cottrell Press and a 14ix22 Gordon used but little for sale Will other newspapers also favor us with a notice and draw on us for ad libitum JAMES FRVE one of Hustanvilles solid merchants resumes his advertise ment after a rest of a few months dur ing which time be has seen the advantage derived from advertising in a wood newspaper He has painted bIll store green named It gccenusea green wrapping paper but is not a green mer chant by along sb tIA HERO In war statesman in peace and a horn orator will lecture at Wal tons Opera House Friday night for the benefit of the Perryvllle Battle Field Park Gen Gordon the officer who was nearest to the great heart of Jon Robert E Lee will tell about the war in which hetook so active part and fill both Confederate and Federal with martial enthusiasm Ills u rare treat to have such a man with us Bo sure to embrace this perhaps last chance to hoar hlmr 4TH OP J1At tpu meptlng Friday night the committee on program reported the following order of exer cises for the day Thirteen guns are to bo tired at 7 A M by anvil battery Parade of floats o at 030 A M Speaking and music by bands and choirs from 1030 to 12 In tho afternoon bal loon ascensions raous of various kinds contests of local talent In several lines to conclude with fire works from 8 to 0 r H Committee or printing E H Btailoyaod John S Baujrhman oem mluoe on relies and museum J C McClary Joe P Water and A A War ran 30SLEY O KThe alleged short age fn Postmaster Bosleya accounts at Paris shows no dlsbooosty on his part or that of his assistants It seems to cave been an error in bookkeeping The amount 201 subject to a credit of 3100 was promptly paid by Mr Bosley ho rather hastily sent In his reslgqa tlou which he afterwards withdrew Iu the meantime so Mr Bosley tolls the Democrat Senator Deboo had on the recoramuntatlon of George Denny named Sherman Slivers for the place Thereupon Mr Boley wrote Senator Deboe a tart letter taking him to task for trying to throw down a friend and then Deboe withdrew his recommenda tlon LEGAL PAPERS SOLDDA few Issues ago we published un Item that Gold S Btckoll the junk dealers bad bought a lot of papers which was evidently from the Casey county clerks ofllce aa II contained old deeds marriage li- ecensespatenteSeot an ancient na ure The Item scared up tho clerk I 0 Dye and be employed Attorney Geo E Stone to recover them Ho wrote 10MrG B Cooper to secure J B Paxton to that end and when they went to the junk dealea they wanted 8400 to give tie papers up although they had given but 2 40 for the 800 pounds They did this on the advice of a Dan villa attorney who tola them not to surrender them for less than 31000 They finally however after some dickering agreed to take S10 and that amount was paid Iteeema that Jailer Tam Bell of Casey no knowing that- thepetterawere valuable sold them tow 1i tofGeli 4c BiokoiTNo one i 8uspact d of tiqr vrooff iniMUoii iu the natMr Uotf th toyni ltateaa be chirjred CULTIvAUi1FWfeselllhe Moline Brown Ne parture Cultivato 1 s t3rAlso One Horse FiveTooth Cultivntr If you need f a Cu1 vT Lre7 iJ t z ODD x AndSummer Cldping At J GREAT REDU fIONSJ f j j We Can Save Yoi Money ftI U II KlfKirTMC OIL ML 6tABY Y ip I TOWEL WEBK 0 We know many of our customers will be pleased at this HWuncemeiat 1te6aro- ur entire line of Towels from the Cheapest Cotton to the luwi Satin Damask In r i2 r This Weeks Cut B apr n F You know what title means If you are not well 8upffll OEtlii fe year nite limit the puichasalto r OneHalf Dozen To This x- rr J Jrfib Itemsmber the sale Is for this week onlrif 1 StanfordI y sI Iz tz ZZ t 4ProbG l a r 1500YjJpllO-A Iv rJ yard w de Sea Island Harmony nnd Garner Ieecaies Jmt placed dnyol1a1xJveWort8 c this lot tome time ngp ptrgain know ti big itwould be mArt TRADEBlIfERw f t JjOyt New Wash Goods of all kind just iu Plnk111t nd cfc Piqu nt loc Figured and Plain White Pique at The te3cKew fiotted SwiwuaatlBc New Valcncienne 5r J t xACE pis 0 S V Fans Panu oh Ac SEVERANCE 15N5 fMr t1 u Opposite Cogrt House t r t r SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS t VERY LOW PATES VJA r THE SOUTHERMAY 29 BOTH 1000 s y During tho Confederate Reunion at Louisville the Soall pq laliwa IC ate of Ic per mile traveled in each direction making ratij Loulvlll d Mfl55qAlsoMrSoulhern2c per mile room tri- pConvenient Train Service and- modations rPassengers for Louisville via The Southern Rail Union Depot within ono block of the Confederate For ticket or other information apply 1o nearest j rvagecing lines Correspondenoe wHelUd Av1NRr 1 flEINfEfDR JOURNAL r Xncred yilltpibqe of Stanford at JJas 1i t t iilttkATvwil snA Frdavs 1 PER YL Sk CASHij a When acteop till bt charted KMQXVlMBlMVIfllN 9e Jism 1285AmCKENT At IIVISI9- ab st flee it 1 2iu Xoli it 12W DAs No2l 230 r fiENT- Tnlni unction City Xo sssaasp x SoJ 4122 AM ll ssaSrti- oiaa5erda tstop Nor SMS 4A t IMJIHCINNATI lee lfiM A V 40 F t p HfOiretoirn with the Q 0 Ma at I30Aahdalualter fonnrcllnit wtlb n hkAJltMiWTOSU I A J t JcGLAfYu VWDfTkSERMwar611liieer i = L ADDLIZ = C- n nlIIrKy BEAILEY BAYS- VXDIJIlXEU AII AL1eely Furniture Mattings Rugs AM Wall Paper tIImrile Furniture for all 71It- Give them f right t D ICZWTUCICY NIf GrewinlvtrWodln Jills n llril Casey CO Ky auxtACrrosaseO- rJWias Litttyi flannels Blankets AMrB I- wuJIJLn CARDING and Mod Yxust ra J In any color goodeJeJere ctfeWMlw at lie yort Of wool required for r r halo1ISt1iTtrUll t 01 p tr colored red 01 e 1d3ruseniA1 lIketl1iI alrSlbt wsl requlnd Ia Yarn l lb oz i ulJoed Yarn 15c lb jit Ie v r teapendl3olpo extra fcr red UM et carded at lk a pow Oar M tflHlgiralla Goods Hard t T1ue PriwsP T Ci iiIeivilMf l y GT tn r labor Mid work to dUunt mill when ym niiVet a btt r article at borne fur com lMSllfel Ile rases price We solicit nou aod cwricto to gin tatljfMllou In q ial l3ringagjeklnirwnotlatat grwIep1 taken In u Boeder godkatms ttrlx Write or call IIV ftkftK lf iir attenllon to all Inqul p 4 A1atlw shl rtdlnloUof Siovihayr MILUI Polattjl4Ysae run CSM7 t Ky lal1 Wb1tl Ar ettdtifotd Kj v4 M1Rr Trusing from Un Broadway Ie eelee rjuttormat on and a tkaloWlFenaia peseta hebraka sad pcintaInthe 1Including Cal ifornla a AstUImes Agt w MngrUtrleeIIt UTlaayoneaendinga l l itJIIJ free rIlIA 1lIIYtorsiAU BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Louisville lost H07570 on her raui teal festival Hardmocey la tho name of a now postofflcln McCracken county Georgetowns new Jail which toI cost 810000 will cost over 810000I A short crop of hemp In the Philip pines has sent the price up in Fayetto to 15 00 per cwt Tho old Buckingham Theatro build- Ing at Louisville burned but John Whallen didnt Loss 15000 Jesso n Hoper a MaytvlHo saloon man died tram the effects of a doss of rough on rats taken with suicidal Intent Mitt Tyler shot and killed Alt Lewis at LoulsvHlowhea ho rnturned home at midnight and discovered Lewi with his wife rho fiscal court of Bourbon elected Magistrate II C Smith county judge to succeed Judge William Purnell do ceased Americans were killed and three i ITlvo In an engagement with Fill pines on tho island of Mindanao The 51I Topeka Ian arc planning to prosecute Christian Sclen lists whom they hold responsible for the death of a Masons widow J The London Dally Express asserts that a message has been received by Prince Minister Salisbury from Presl dent Kruger proposing terms of peace Tho largest number of Immigrants ever received at any American port in one day arrived In New York Thurs day when six ships landed 5582 In a tight between Ed Bruner and Sam Childress at Caseyvllle Bruner shot and wounded Childress and killed Noah Elder an Innocent J W Cowart was shot bystanderI his brother J S Cowart at Ga They were business partners and quarreled over a settlement of their af fairs Biscoe Hindman general manager of the Mutual Life Insurance Co for Kentucky will be elected commander InchIef of the United Sons of Confed orate Veterans A heroic marble statue of Gen Grant was unveiled In Statuary Hall of the Capitol at Washington and impressive services were held In the House of RepresentativesRioting the jollification that has stirred London since the relief of Mafeklng and troops have to be called out to disperse mobs that attack the Boer sympathizers iA firemillion dollar company has Incorporated In New Jersey to operate steamship lines from New York and possibly Boston to Liverpool Havana Santiago Porto Rico and Venezuela Coroner Mea her of Franklin coun ty has broken the official record ol that oIHce since January 1 In that time be hIs held 20 inquests and In all except two cases death resulted from- gunshot wounds J B Murphy head sawyer In a saw mill near Jackson met death In a most 1horrible manner He stooped to fix the guide and was struck on the hip by the carrier and knocked into the saw his body being cut into three pieces MM T F McKenna who was beaten with a clubby one of three coal miters when she interfered on their raising a row In her lunch house at Memphis succeeded In getting behind the counter and reaching for a pistol killed two of them Edward L Vodakln was arrested at Forest City Ark on suspicion of hav In murdered his estranged wife and Hejnry Relcbmann while they slept to gether in a room at Memphis Vodakln protests his innocence and offers to return to Memphis which he left the night of the double murder Two more men were killed In the St Louis street car strike An injunction was granted by a Federal judge pro hlbitlng the sfikers from Interfering with cars carrying the United States malls The injunction is temporary and will stand until the motion for a permanent injunction Is argued on lay Alone highwayman entered the cor rldor of the Coates Hotel at Kansas City Sunday night and Iprclng the gscapedIcurrency checks to the amount of 8100 He hold IOU the nIght clerk and six others at the point of a revolver and escaped on a horse that bo bad tied to the curbing P NNOUNCEMfNTS QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE CrescentIRQnteRepublican National Convention Philadelphia Pa June 10th Democratic National Convention Kansas CIty Mo Jnly Ith B yP U Convention Cincinnati 10 July 12 16 0 U 00 F Somerset Juno let A big day at Somerset Special tram w11l1 leave Nlcholasvllle at 010 A M stopping at points en route to Somenet for this ocsaslop Ball game between teams of Danville 4nd Somerset Great est celebration of the year Doqt alt to attend For rates acd schedules eee small bills or ask your ticket agent 1OW3THIS We oSVrOna Hundred Dollar Reward for UIIIQtArhF J CHEEKY A CO Toledo 0 i Cbeseyforb ulflblelll tfMMCtloiia aaltaacl NtheWlATa lJt Wlfotal OrIsu Tald WAt ire KlvaAS tkaltYr NbolpArs Ifrag f1 t V t taterDallyaeciagdi t t When one announce that the mot magnificent thing about life ia life oae Our nutIa not toying with words says IoealonHanford trendsel son in Atlantic One ia simply flouncing n very obvious and farreach ing truth But it ia a platitude which will bear repeating for rich and poor sqnanderlngIthis most magnificent of all thei possessions their life The poor are squandering it on food and shelter jand clothing and very wretched stuff at that sometimes they are squandering it in breed or selfchosen Idleness The middle class arc squandering It on a somewhat better grade of the same tocalled necessaries and in still larger measure on the hazard of wealth The rich are squandering ft on the bolder hazard of greater wealth and in the pursuit of impossible pleasure pleas ure bought at the expense of another But in the midst of this disorder and enabling us by the contrast to recog nize It ns disorder one docs see hero and there men and women spending life wisely nnd beautifully living in the experimental life and more thrifty still one sees on all sides the children Now whether we squander life on the trifling pursuits of the majority or apdbeautifullywill all depend upon the ideas which we bring to the adventure The same stone may be fashioned into a temple of the spirit or into a fortress of cruel ty it depends upon the Idea of the builder The same metal may be fasb ioned into sword or plowshare it de pends upon the idea of the artificer The same grain may nourish nit food or deprave as drink it depends upon the idea of the husbandman So the same life may be squanderedon that which Is not worth while or expended on thatwhich is excellent it depends upon the Idea of the man The altogether significant compelling momentous thing is the idea The housewives in a certain section of Omaha would very much like to in terview the klndlvfaced and eloquent gentleman who recently sold them Bermuda lily bulbs They have n few things to say to him and are prepared to soy them in proper style The kind ly faced and eloquent gentleman in question recently passed through the city and gathered up a goodly quantity of shekels the same being current coin of the realm In return therefor he left bulbs that were warranted to pro duce lilies tbat would cheer the heart of the housewives and make home a veritable bower of beauty Ills cus tomers now have choice Iota of well developed onions which they will dis pose of at ruinous prices A A New York man lost a bet of a new hat He at once wrote the other man telling him to purchase any kind or style of hat and send along the bill In due time the bill arrlcdGO As soon as the dropped jaw of the man regained its normal poise he went to the hatter and naked about it lie Sound that the JCO represented an elaborately trimmed woman hat the establishment dealing in both genders of headgear The winner of the bet had it seemed turned over to his wife the losers order and she being a prom- Inent club woman In town had con strued the license as to style and kind nil too literally That loser now makes hat beta only with bachelors Joseph Quong a Chinese laundryman ia n candidate for a seat in the city council of Toledo 0 lie has been nom- Inated by the republicans in one of the wards which under ordinary condition is overwhelmingly democratic This year however there are two dem ocratic candidates in the field and Quong whose nomination was a joke stands a good chance of election Baltimore estimates that in ten years Ita population has increased not less than 100000 The number of new dwell ings erected in ten years Is over 20 000 Cincinnati has more than doubled its Area by recent annexation and counts on a population of 200000 Troy X 1has taken in its neighboring towns ontlli looking forward to the T5otMlb marksyAn interestln tact qtyconneetioh with n new overland fF n that is about io be put into sertice between St Louis and Puget sound by way of Billings Mont is that for nearly the entire dis tance of 25bO miles it will run through country acquired by theUnited States at the time of the Louisiana purchase in 1604 A railorad man says that there Is no limit to the size of the American lo comotive and as long as heavy rails can be secured just no long will engines grow Same of these days we will be using 200 pound rails and loco motives twice the size of those now in useA r toys that the discomforts of living without eating for several weeks are not serious and after the first week ot fasting theyare hardly tewjfra tiny as anyone will admit Ohio women took active part in the recent contest for members of board of education for which offices they ere electors Bud were in many cases candidates AN EPIDEMIC OF WIIOOlIN- Cooyan 1 consider it not only a pleasure but n duty I owe to my neighbor to toll about the wopderfu euro effected in tny case lit OplklCtwlera4ten very tmdjy wjth flux and procuied I aulA4f 1ih reused Ajew ds of II etlecte4Spernueifencure if sake pleas In ktri mi eridiiiKiito others tillering b To Soften and Whiten the HANDS To Stop Falling HAIRTo SKINA The Standard rr slap World Skin and7olle MILLIONSV USE- CUTICURA SOAP furIhstopplna thefonttheformfor taw aofSoP Osa Pntra tit Twgxvvatra Cain tlu sate kta thworldAU SkiD Scaill nand and 11Ir fur J PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books StationeryPaints I AndOils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assiia the Liver Nature will do the Reall THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The Best Liver Kidney and ycnrthasCure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of ailments caused hy a TorpldLIver DOES NOT NAUSEATE OR GRIPE I But acts gently on the live 23 dotes in a box for 25c Try it once and you will never be without it For Sale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky Seven experienced teachers each oneasptcUlUt in his line Graduates of this college preferred by business houses There are other schools but none can offer otr if Ir1Ua alt ertry wtckdi 4 Sucdiy It about th Ohr Ora Coa 0c r Crut0 e rurneo- e noun new Orleans Rouston fialveston and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the Our n and Crescent From Cincinnati and the North 89 Miles Shorter than any Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibuled Limited Trains Through Hour Schedules Only One Change Cars to Jackson Vicksburg Houston Dallas San Antonio etc THt KIT tNA1Taa006aeYlaaNaY Cnt II THI CUtH lOUr P 10 trains ttalnaen To INDIANAPOLIS i Four FastTrains TO Toledo DetroitA- ND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS tWVTJ 4 tains every weekday 3 trains on Sunday Pullman and Wagner steeper on night trnlii Yettlbulctl Parlor Car on day train = 4 train iviry weekday 3 trains on Sunday TO CHICAGO J JSIcellng HonDJBrewerJusticeof US Supreme Court I says i I commend It to all as the one great stand tItthe cyb tndi the word fought i In aocuracyof oflnltlonj In effect Ire method of Indicating pronunciation in tone ta oomprebenstatateof facts sad In pbtlooaryRr JU4 paes ap tlcttlts U Co Meo pw1dlMrsrresadiMtMU8 A J D S CARPENTER Hustonville Ky lIaoofture M Agent fur herring Monnr and lllndcn and rnlt Oliver Chilled 1lowi the best made always for sale Cll1 on him I Ii C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FRITH HOTEL 7 FBAHCISM Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY ronsideredIyrteesmretalltnlna cllut nw- aHorses niitl Mules to Sell have Four Ollro1l1 Mare Mule and four good Work Itnrtu for rile IT 1m 1 0 lioocil Watnotlmrg Ky AT8 TED I Walnut Logs Lumber and Trees Addrtu a 0 MFNOKL JUV 1IIEO CO UraUvlllr Ky FOX t LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horse and Mules constantly on hand sod for sale at nil ti- mesMason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clran beds iplcndtd table Ererytblng flretchea Porters meet all trains 89 BICYCLES REPAIRED air StoreMot comi In Cntml Kentucky Wo Jllllray break In a IHcj ele Workman hlp Guaranteed- IIANVILU CYCLE CO 4 111 3rd Pt Danville Ky MPORTANT NOTICE I UTo IhJOIlur SUntunl will apIn apply waIat rrlac prke For lW and over oeotl lUlIrt r J Ibr Ia than 100 jotmdi 5yi per noumt OrJ r fillnl au hear I tbatiocth isetotCo111 mock Lump and 1tallewetprttr Ala Itdrt Um de tUb aad Wile muatb Mid wbes itrrwDlnt All rbooCl ardon prompIlT anal sad peesfavorrhoaIt JIICItU 4 J T SUTTON TJnclortalcer Hnstonville Kentucky OflmhttMTTlwfU the pcpl orWul Uroor and Cue couadL Full stock of CofflnnndC etitlw tion bandIMIntoshs Livery feed Stable McKIn1EY KY Good Kin at r a onabio prices Safa driven double and single for day or night It you want to work Caseyand adjoining countlw McKlnney lathe place to e from Bonn well for Iced day week or month A liiire of your PH ronaRO willclteJ LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Milledgeville Ky lUteonhand TO Gorwl OrnieliiB Ilnlf ors n three nivlei or Stanfortl win tell any number a mac maywant IS WHITE HOTEL- w u cAnniER rnon CORBIN KENTUCKY k0Ieswnger Pepsi Flrtt tau throuhoiL nakl1 per dy W SBEAZLEYDDS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain II With Vitalized Air Physlolan In attend ante Offlce In tho New Tliomrwon OnllfllnK r1 h3 outnern tutuallnvestmont Comp1ny Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Homo ufflrei Lexinctou hUN tul tlll Ky llronrh OHilctt at Newport News Va llaltlniore s1Md Ilillidfliibla is Pali To Certificate Holders 529213325 PaseiTB RcterveJFund 9600925 BARNES WEAKEN Local Agent Stanford THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Kyi The most centrally located and only FIFdsTCZASS Hotel In the city making a 2 A J0118 blpckjrqi Wvprhlcl pal Bopping district a4 two WocHi frpinvUit three principal theatres JlUett cart pees tbii dfT to all put orA 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Oact UcKob 1UuUdllllR A DENlISTJ Iliono No is Over HiRtiiiA McKlnucvi WaB PENNY DDS STANFORD KY tVOfttCQ At Itottdrtx on Lancaster Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK UK STANFORD KY CtplUl Stock 100000 Sarplsi I17CS3 61 This Initliatlon orlUlly ttltlilUhtd M lb P 1IAait BUBforJ Id labs tba ttarfanlMj M the Nl1oaallJuk ofSUBMnl IB lltJ aodgal orsalMj u ba Flnt SiUonil lliok at SUnfonJ BlHJVn bad practically tnnalnlfmipUd islet lsewlorli yean It ti bailer iuprll J lIowlt isdlllta for IraoMctlof butloMi prompUj sod li- bacallytbaarblonla IU taogUol honoinbti nrr Account ol IndlfUmli BJucl ri final tad Individual eollelted CIHICTOll FltaldUncolaCo JW Harden Stanford z STHirrli e II Eaoboi J S Rocker TIIIIII WI Walton WA TrlkM J U CoillwCrab OrthJ M J Mllltr MlYrton- U 0Qmor etaafordtorrican J 6 Roe fr Raft nil J J MtUofciit Cabierl Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital SlockltlOOtoO- SaceMKir to The Farmer lUnk A Trait CbtapaiJ and under peso manicrneBt utljr lor n Yen Solicits Your Bank Account UOllopocb bminw relation will prof nntuai Iy boaadal and pleasan- tDI11Erruasl Jp Wllllami J JowIfSr A W Carrwnler W llUnmulci J L Lynn S II Hbuh J K CMb J11 Ootltf OFFICERS S USbokoIrftldeotllJ hlen W llrUbk AwtCahler You Wantx The Truth And yon get It In the TwceaWeek CourierJournal Democratic In Politics ublMifd every Wfidm dsy and Satur day lai papers one your for 50 CENTSTho TttltaWwktoulorlournoll thl quill or aony lapis tad the superior all utllorIwlwe It prints more real non more good slate matter raoro Rood atone thou any other issued lyvdrlsedayand Bat urdny A gold commlMlon to njjont Sample copied free on Application Writ to Oouiucu JourNu Co Loulavlllo Ky By A SpjDclal Arrangomont You flu got the SemiWeekly Interior Journal- Ard theSTWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL libth One Year For ONLY 125Thla Is for uuli MIIjJrrlpllun only All luotcrlptlons nncrir this combination otTer must he aunt through the INTKIIIOII joriiNii olllce