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VKJv 3d t tt IG- e v yt rEst ieMIW5KLY ui INTERIOR JOURNff fr 0 IVOL XXV11L STANFOBDKY FRIDAY MAY 25 1900 9 A M WJ IMATRIMONIAL MATTERSI James Myers and Mies Annie Melton of Jolllco wero married at John Spoonamoroa by Rev W M DriLL yc tefday T L Hlatt a widower of J2 and flu Lorotta Smiley just 1lJwero tnarrlo at the courthouse yesterday by Judg J P Bulley Doth live In tbo Wet End t Miss Sallie Baker daughter of Rev- J F Baker of Lexington eloped with Frank Bcauchamp a painter Mild Maker was a student at Hamilton Poi mole College an1 left home with her books for school At the entrance her lover was In waiting with a carrlago They were married at Georgetown Wo ore authorized to announce th marriage of Prof E L Grubb of Shelby City to lies Jonnlo Caroline Fox daughter ol Mr D B Fox of tbo samu Dccllooj which will occur at the Christian church In Junction City on Juno 27 Rev G W Mill will per form the ceremony anda reception at Capl W K Grubb father of tho groom will follow Mr Lewi U Doty of this place and Mica Annie Thorn of Bourbon wcr married at her home near Mlllerburg last night Rev Ecbolis of that place performing thd cunmumy Ttto brldo la tho beautiful and Accomplished daughter of J IT Thorn an nxtonsive farmer and bor o raiwer while tho srccm le too well known here to com ment on Sufllco It It to say however hoi e ono of the best catcbo In this section and tho woman wbo caught him Is to be congratulated Ho U u on of Capt J 4Dotr of Garrard and Is n CLIP oft the old block Mir Doty a slater and Mear lIulluI Will Doty brother of the companied him and the whole part returned this A Tonight tho groom parent will give them H reception Mr and Mr Duty will go at once to housekeeping nt hll home on the Dan vine pike where he tear putoverytblng In readiness to receive bid bonqlo bride POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Gen D It Collier le having u boom for tho DOlt hllIon for governor Tbo Jlou u adopted without division the resolution providing for adjourmint i June I- tWmUHwirst odtOr of tbo X V Journal who olnottd pre ldotil of tbo NiitTjhnal A oclatlon Democratic Club Judge J II Lewi denlos that bo I octet the raoo for the nomination governor and says ho would be prou to receive tho honor Tho house paeded tho hill to extend the eight hour law to all laborers em ployed under contract on government work aud also the mrauro to prohibit Interstate tralllo In made good Charles F WXecloyflnanclalJagent of pow In Cubit It in jail In NeW Yor In default of 50000 bond to answer a civil stilt for d15V5 2i he is charged with wrongfully converting to his own use Tho Louisiana Legislature Gov Murphy J Foster to tbo Unite StateI Scnaip In placo of Cattery and reelected lion Samuel Douglas Me Enery wbo le at the present tlmo jun for eooaior from that State Tbo blind chaplain of tbo louse startled the member by referring t tbo Cuban frauds which he said ha brought the blush of shame to tbo cheek of every true American VJ pray that the culprit will bo broug- htt speedy justice that we may give an object loon to the world In dealing with pertidy and fraud NEWS OF THE VICINAGE The Boyle j Iaiminus a tingle prisoner Tbo flume distillery made 0000 bar 4 rota of whisky In throe months Boy 10 had only five teachers to enter for examination Laurel had 77 nell has a new postofflco Excelsior and Win Prltchardls postmaster b Gen J M Poynw of Richmond has been designated by Gen Gordon as chief marshal at the Big Reunion Parade Dr J H Kades of Wayne tell tho Record that ho hen treated over 200 ease or tvpbpJd fever lo the past tbree years and hasnt lost u patient The student nf Central University Gov Becktiame alma mater c lubrat cd his suprette court victory In cntbu elastic fashion Tbo grand jury nt PInovilta returnee indictments against Chief of Police R N King of Middlesboro and John Mosley lIe d Will Sullivan special po i lice of Middlesboro for confederating to kill The Indictments grow out of the recent trouble when Will Mosloy was killed and Charles Cecil had hi foot shot off In a clash between the po litical factions lOISONS AND DIAMONDS 1Wtbireput up In iniall paekages but you dou i want to wallow either of lleiu Till mat in rtiuUd that mfillclnM made ap In pill t a niuitaril nil are axe i that w- aellherbeeaLsetheynredaageronor tetar thei lu Klnij eolJ for ire thn too inon r Tile IM Circle lib dont metal Ii In hold aen they ere illre doe ofmtdlclue tot way they arouse the turo dothettstiv proolottIiI WHAT A fOUL UltEATH YOU HAVE 10n lIe You cant scrape IttIt on your front our liver Its theelthrrlulU Circle utr night and breath Tate I Thusmyrraandroe ltIII phyTllalttn li mard truth u ixitlrjr I bouirsn M MMiiitMr WlftpaTlUe TM t j JOHN ALEXANDER DOWIE REV OEO 0 IIARNES THINKS HIM TilE 2D JOHN THE IIAITI8T SANIIIRL May 10 1000 GODeThat was truo 1000 years ago That It true today I believe John tbe Drip tist was the 1st John John Alex Dowle Ji the 2d John The flier coma In the spirit and power of Elijah Tho second comes In like moaner Our Lord Jesus declared that John the Baptist was the Elijah of prophecy If they would receive him It But they rejected the counsel of God against theeTRIUMPHANT lUNa OF ISRAEL to IUC ceed the coming of Ills forerunner and witness It IN AHEVANCE to this day But It le not to be PERMANENTLY of noniJtfect He Is FAITHFUL who has promised though In thlsa In nil else tho visit of tbo Devil rind tho unbelief of man can HAMiEH and DELAY the fulfillment which yetl sure So tho matter elands today covenmint must come this tlmo to Introduce that great and dreadful day of the Lord with which co many pages of Scripture thrill and tremble SOME ONE MAN must fulfill tbo Scripture that can not be broken It SOME ONE ANtofont of God must bo raised up to prepare the way of the Lord and make Ills patted straight This Is to bo In opposition and con tradistinction to tbo evoked ways of the Dovll and men down which nook of staggering humanity bavo been crowding like silly sheep without a shepherd to guide proyworldngnlaNaymorcltlsonamandainetthn flesh and tbe DJvll Vho is sufficient for thuso things unless tbo chosen vessel Is selected commissioned and equipped by God who sondt hire forth In power though In blmolf only a voice not oven an entire poreonalltv erylntr in tbo wit dornoes There U something nltnoa proelledtother dream the Instrument and rein than ovary Inch or him tho like ot wjbloh had never been seen since ores Hondawn until 1000 years ago and by analogy now In the same romarka ble degree odf woreIthe mighty men of old Dwarfed and stunted beside this voice crying In the wilderness whose mission was let To prepare the way of tho Lotto straightkale divine estimate of his chosen mca galna1ltIno- wise his personality this must be said whoIand dreadful day of the LORD The fleet Jobntldld what ho could11 but tbo unbelief of men made him but the forerunner of a suffering not a trium phant Savior aIkingly King of Glory Not In greattlent 0 what a great and dreadful day of the LORD will that be when the Ic triumph of the conqueror will be mingled with the Voo Victls of de teatWho Is this with dyed garments from BozrahP tolt is the Lono mighty in battle People will DOt bl Hove that the battle of Arraigcddon li now almost a thing of days attend The night precedes the day Evening and morning is tbe order until tho day dawns that nevor knows a night for the Prince of Darkness in no more and quo Is all and In all and in Um is n t darkness at nil But do not forgot that for us the shadows of eventide lengthen andtltbo night cometb when no man can work The messenger of the covenant then and now Quo mission to strike rampant evil and strike It herd Therefore be Is to know no man according to the flesh Pharisees and Scribes It In the wrong receive no recognition except as a generation of vipers though they rellrcli tall that Is accounted religiously respectable In Judeaor now elsewhere Johns preaching was denunciatory from start to finish of hU rugged tnlnls r- vlOur Jesus kind and tender to publi can and harlot was unsparingly se vera to Chief Priests and elders Scribes and PbarUees rulers of the people Repent for the Kingdom of the heavens Is among you did not allow of any tampering with sin because found In high places grapplingr8n and custom It needed one clothed In camels hair ruggeJ at hU work and eating eand wild honey to show his- eoatemptof the dainty life U vogue ajnoaff bit p eple IIJIW1ieIIIV n among men but abominable in the tight of God If John Alexander Dowlo does not fit this John the Baptist Missionthis- Elijah twlco preceding the coming of tbo LORD I fall to read Scripture aright and fall even to Bee correctly the signs of tho times Ho comet nearer tho Messenger of tbo Covenant than any one who has risen above the horizon since Mnlacbl spoke the words by direction of the spirit of God that foretold his coming to prepare the way for the coming of the King I believe him to bo n genuine char acter nnd with not a shadow of fake to obscure his mission Ho preaches a puro gospel of Salvation for Spirit Soul and Body Ills triune Immer sloe la the Baptism of the Holy Uatho tic church from Apostolic times Ills life U unspotted from the world his simple aim to prepare the way of the LOUD nndMAICE illS IATHS STRAIGHT Enmity gathers Its force against him In vain No weapon though forged by hate and wielded with power can prosper against him till his wont Is doneThe end of that may bo martyrdom and he be one of the two witnesses sicken of In Scripture whoso history Is so thrllllngly wonderful In the end I dont know about that but I do know that no such figure has loomed before us In these lust days und be bears the Bible ear marks of tho servant of tho LORD who is to make truo to eon scepticism tbe saying of the Lonu emphasized afresh after 1000 yeartolf yo will receive It this Is that Elijah that was to come Of course Scribe and Pharisee Chief Priest and Ruler scorn his mission and call blmlIe names That is ono sure sign of n genuine mission Blessed are ye when men revile you and perso cute you and say all manner of evil thJpga of you FALSELY for my sake and the gospels I know that no one In these last days who has verifIed a call of God on this line Ilse this much vilified ervanlof God lint they cant down hlmv It tho LouD had not buon on his sfdo surely swattlowed up as scripture pots lu This phenomenon has attracted wide notice even among non sympathlzers with Zfon1 Said ono prominent cltiton to anoth er In the city of Chicago not very long ago Do you know the biggest thing In Chicago todar What Is it ask ed the other It Is this little man Dowle on Michigan Avenue respond trueeAll who love tbe LORD and look for his coning should pray without ccan Injr that he may fulfil his course with joy and the ministry committed to him He U the centre of more bellev ing prayer today than any living man There was a roan sent from GOD whoso name was JOHN Why not this JOHN I God chooses whom Ho will He oboso the eon of Zacharlas and Eliza beth good veople but from among the great middle class to do his work 1000 years ago He did It well tbo far from faultless in personality He delighted to do Gods will at His Master preeminently did Who of all you know can approach In holyseal TIllS OTHER JOHN THE 11A1TIST Who among men has God so honored In working through them to heal those wbo are possessed of the devil Judged by every criterion HE is THE MESSENGER OF TILE COVENANT TIlE LOUD DELIGHTS IN So I fervently be- Have Biro BARNES ALIFE MID DEATH FIGHT Mr W A June Maiuhnltr la writing ol raysExlouroalterwnaxleeIndut frequrothtaonhagrerouIMeight lull laid wuuld won dl Then I began to me Dr Kinge New Dlsco ery for Consumption whltlt completely cured we I would not Iw without HereBlf ll eeotSa bottle Hundred harp used tl on recoiuiaeaditloD aud all uy It never bill to run Thrust Chest sod Lung troubles totllestoItlenny MASS CONVENTION There will be a mass conventlou of tbo democrats of Lincoln county at tbo court bousrt in Stanford Ky Saturday Juno 10th a 2 P M standard time for the purpose of Selecting delegates to a convention to be hold nt Harrodgbur Juno 20tb to nominate a candidate for Con roie JNO W HOLMES Chnin THE APPETITE OF A GOAT Is envied l r all poor dyipeptlr whoso Stomach and Urer am outof order All uch should know that Dr Klngi New Ufo Illli the wonderful Stomach end Liver lietunly gives a e1dendl l ttte aouDd illgetllou aud a regular bodily haltt Onlyzscenh The ancients believed that rheumatism was the work of a demon within a man Anyone who bus halt an attack of sciatic or inllnmmatory rheumatism willagree that the inilictiou is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It hAS never been claimed that Chamberlains Vain Balm would cast out demons but It will cure rheumatism and hundreds bear testimo ny to the truth of his statement One application relieves the pain and this quick relief which It affords is alone worth many times Its cat For sale by Craig Hockey rugelsts Because she was sot shown much at- tioaa a hop MSite Raymond o IHwisin westkeme ana took t I MoflNI t p l J fofII r t j o kf L W F MARTIN A CASEY COUNTY IN THE- PHILIPPINES W F Martin was born In Casey county where he taught school alter taking a normal course atLebanon O He also WOk Up photography and was running one of thtl leading galleries at Lexington when the war was declared with Spain He immediately offered his services to the first Kentucky regi mont but was rejected for a pnyslcal ailment He made another effort t join tbe army and on Aug 21 1890 en Ifited at Hustonvllle In tbe 20tb U S V finding tie regiment full he was assigned to a detachment of recruits e for tbo 37th which was mobilized In Manila and Oct 5 salted for that port He is now with bU regiment operating in the hotbed of Insurrection anth south line of Luzon and doing honor his o native county CHURCHES AND PREACHERS The M E General Conference vote to abolish thatlmo limit for pastorates Eld C K Powell has accepted a call to the Burgin church for half bU time Mrs Ralph Smith of Asbevllle N C broke a limb white rising fro prayer The commencement exurruUes of As bury Colluge Wllinore will occur iron the 25th to the 20th Drs J W Hamilton of Boston an- D H Moore of Cincinnati wore elected bishops by the M E General Con ference on the 17th ballot Rsv Leo Robinson rif Lancaster will preach at tbo Methodist court Sunday morning and night Kev S Pollltl will preach there tonight Rev J T Drown editor of the Chris tian Guide was here a few days ago e route to Rockcanle on business an pleasure that Is to fight the devil and hunt for squirrels The Lincoln County Christian Co operation will meet with the Christian church at Turucrsville Friday June 8th Rev F W Allen will furnish the program for our next 188ueIA committee of 15 was appointed by- tbe Northern Presbyterian Assembly on a revision of the creed to report at the next session The Southern body rejected n petition for a revision The commencement of the Millers burg Training School for boys and young men will begin Juno 10 with a sermon by Rev F R Hill At 10 A M on the 12m Rev W M trig of Stanford wilt addre the uraanutc l A CJd4NNO CTS QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Reduced rates via Queen Crescent Route for tpo following cccaatons Republican National Convention Philadelphia Pa Juno lOtb Democratic National Convention Kansas City 1toj Jnly 4th B I P U Convention Cincinnati 0 July 1210 G U O Oi F Somerset Juno 1st big day at Somerset Special tram wllllleave NIcholasvlllo at 010 A M stopping at points en route to Sornerspt for this occasion Ball game between teams of Duuvlllo and Somerset Great est celebration of tho your Dont fat to attend For rates ud schedules se small bills or ask your ticket agent GLORIOUS EV3- Coieta from Dr D It Carglle of Waihlla I T Ilowtiim 1ourlotucof Slectrtq Hitter has cured Mn IlrewerufKrofula which jj earned Tenilleaoresweullbreaktorn nuj fire no help but btr lire q rouiplete and her beilth Is exrelleut This shone what thouiands hero prored that Electric Ulttei It the It Wood purltler known its the tupremt It1IItt fur rcxeiua teller salt rhenut ulreri toll suit running sorer It ittmuatet liver kidneys ands wetexpellloionsbeliedrgtstlon tinnyLruggbl EJJrtClJleJInywtwanto lrolulakiiibilde J sturewdldotheoatTill HLL luoctlooaltatlon II tho chief J JauudlVertigo or boat palalule or lomtficlent Menttrua tlon or other alluienu etuwd by a deranged and oIcedprlwJ tow tliaple a U to be relieved AM WiDURINO MONUMENT should U mr rd toul- JI teaa 1 d e1 weal life e lIIIr rWap ea- tt1teeal wren prat Wiwii tiJ l ito LANCASTER It will be impossible to make person jal mention of our visitors during the G A R encampment which began mornlogI graded school were Leo O Stone and Annie Yantis Diplomas were presented by Rev J 0 Masseo wbo delivered an appropriate lecture The exercises showed that tbettudents had been thoroughly taught and dis ciplinedThe of the supreme court decision bad a happy effect on tho democrats here They wore a bap py smile their eyes sparkled and they shook hands more cordially In 1870 8 beat 7 but In 1000 8 beat 1 Tbe de cision wilt have a Rood effect on bust nesa and tbe people will return to their workThe failure of the Louisville Com mercial Club to visit us this weak after extensive preparations had been made was duo to tbo fact that they could not make satisfactory voice with the L N because Lancaster Is not a compet- Itive point The people see moro clearly than ever tbe necessity for another road When there are two roads trans portation is not worth so much On Monday afternoon Uncle Clat borne Lear the oldest and one of the best men in this county died In tha- 03d year of his ago Funeral services were conducted at tbe cemetery Tues day by Rev J C Mateec whose re marks were highly appropriate in men tlonlng the pure character the earls tlan spirit and the noble life of the de ceased Ho was a member of the flap tUt church and lived a life of honor friendewitnessed tbo burial He leaves one son Johu F wbo is also very popular The gates of our city are wldo open the welcome is suspended at each Thdcourt e th store houses tbe hotel and residences are beautifully decorated and hundreds are pouring In to portako of the bos acvmer the greatest event In the history of Lancaster and tbe credit is due Copt William Herndon for bringing the olllcldWoclnes dav afternoon with State officials rep resentailvee from different posts and Ilght colorFtbe air is freight ed with martial music from several frodm a patriotic hundreds- patriotic souls are beating In uniso- with the sentiments expressed in the speeches and music Miss Christine Bradley went in her carriage bearing the National flag accompanied by M1s e Eugenia Bush bearing tbe Confeder ate flag and Mr J M Hlggldbotbam and met Gen Gordon taking him through town being followed by sev oral bands of music and a long column of the blue and tbe gray Misses May Hughes and Dove Harris prepared of beautiful green the inscription No North No SouthlI and suspended it In the court room where Gen Gordon delivered his lecture The ladle ol the G A R are well represented De partment officers will be elected today and it is conceded that Maj L M Dry will bo chosen commander and Wm Heruaon Sr vice commander Tbe grand parade will take place Fri day Addresses of welcome were de live ed this morning by Messrs L L Walker and W I Wlliams response by Gen E H Hobaon After tbe Ocr don lecture tonight the Confederate veteran will be received In a body by Capt Herndon response by Gen R J Brecklnrldgo Tho meeting promises to be one of good feeling and general satisfaction The Informal meeting at the court house Wednesday night was welt attended and the tolling of adven tares during the service was entertain 11ag Gov John C Underwood whom a committee of the U C V placed it charge of raising a fund for the erec tlon of the Confederate memorial lit Richmond Ya has more than raised cona0 Broadway Rouse of New York The fund with tho donation of Mr Rouse now amounts to 223000 At St Louis Special Policeman Mc Uea was killed by a shot from a mob of strike sympathizer who had attacked a cur A tbree year old child was wounded bv a bullet from a police ruses pistol aud u conductor is lying at u hospital buffering from probably u fatal wounr inflicted by u mob HE FOOLED THE SURGEOnS All doctor told Itenlck Hamilton of Itet Jef Rectaullucklen Miles kite the surest Ille curt on Earth and the Salve In the World i coots a aux Sold by Penny DniggUi I The INTERIOR JOURNAL always tbe best In its elate cornea to us this week enlarged and Improved and showing ether evidences of deserved prosperity Winchester Democrat Edward F Madden wbo was wet known Bi the aeaepapertrteelaoqILo u Uville ad Nt York tied11ae41sg tYdML- aJuq rA H J A ConundrurtSMITH vjii r jtOJidSmith Jones wbyls a man witha tlb suit bought afl he Glob like tfit fcUttt of new twins t JunesI dont know Smith why is be like the father a new twins Smith Kccaufe lies got twice ns much as he expected MornlJluy you antes here and like the man with the twins you Wi14 d1b moro than you expect or nargain for 1 Hats Shoes Furnishinr THE- r seAt I f Your money back If yopro not satiefled Miller Hirsch Danville Successor to J L Frohman f7o1 WALL PA BaFor 4 CentsIn my Store ready to hang I have 30000 rolls of newest patterasl of Wall Paper prices 4c 5c Gc 7c and 8c roll on up to the iSBaatraade tWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky Yon see the per matched up just na it will look on tkail Mid gt it at once PaintereSupesAtE GIBBONS DANIhIlLE7KYNo S06 Main street r WGC GREENS ING al8USTONVILLE KY r Has just opened and line ready for your inspection Ji JptaMlMl stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE vIncluding a full and complete li- iofIIAEdow 4R E I t lIe also carries Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old HickoryWaaasc HJ j y nijulut for theuoenvart laf7 money Call on him and take him your produce t When You Need J Paints Oils r 1j Consulta d OrdrA C SINbCO- NTRACTOR BlJjlJLDER STANFORD KENTUOK1 anqI= I whom I have builded during U5 years nereI Su ll Blinds Metal Roofing Rough 1tnd Dres ad I Lumberatlth Etc r 4 I will duplicate any prices offered se setNH0 i CJOOozitractbrs STANFORD KYM Have now a complete stock of Itulldlng Material Yellow 1lgo pepn hill Sash allude and all of Dressed and Hough Lumber Shingle sate Jin phpoatMtIty4 6 Ameran Wire F The Best Made Ie r Try It And You Will Be Lke It rkt I1teas CTTI rIREINTERIOR JOURNALj STANFORD KY MAY 25 00I W T WALTON IIlHICdamoablepl t of assassination jald wjih devSlUb iHRenuUy by the po llijoa OOOiplrat at Frankfort Is further unfolded 6y the action of Gov Mount of Indlasi In ref using to recog uizearequleldoa fttr Charles Finley rredtedbydiii at Indianapolis on the warraiw baeel on aq Indictment for compllclW S te assassination of c iGov Goebel 1ih iw8 that It was a part ol the pikb wraHeed In advance for the alitayuepathlzer of Indiana to afford a M assasslng if Taylors IIalbaeIssued before the men hid bgeiced with the crime were hetIs MM avail The flight a lof Taylor W iMlaBa Immediately on b riof Yet 8t Bof the supreme court turdipir gores the promised irnlllAIIut M further fastens the porU ti4tla ft iia the crime on the rlaaa io have deliberately t e political il opponentI nturtarart Weod F1t most a ktat10D of guilt tbo more syniUUt When no man seemed 0twekaro he assert e4tiMt ktwttilU never be a fug- itivefrbt Ms acts belle his as Mrtifin 1W M Wwltb preclpltatl aeeeaa f with tfce look of a man who ferny fast h e consequences of bis drde TtMM ee the apparent head M MM Miwpbmtera forge another ilnk to IIIIS gildef evidence against Ulin gild fiMMev n the unwilling atad MMC Jw meet be guilty of the OCVttM TROUGH tfee Federal Constitution iMlNM U wMMMery for a governor to 1 grant ft rwqwleUloo from another go- y4sreor foe Iaportios charged with treason faiMjr or 0MMT crime who shall flee Iras JiMtiM evMount 6f Indiana r to iVMi hoar the request from Gov BaaklMMi frFiBley charged with be li1oarltoO the assassination o- fooiW Mtt psjsuuituttng himself judge M4 JW7 sM be should not be taken KsAlwekyto b banged This outO rikirsoiM i 4 klfrbbanded action Is en rI approved by the leading repub oaof Hlai who rushed to Fino 4eye WIt4jsroposedwuea every o- ffordo ouwnt his extradition Such ehleWtBff of U8fted criminals should 1 loth IM4MIand Taylor Finley U whf k e1 ujht refuge in Indl tbcrn lMmllb Brought back at any cost Oov BttCKHAM Ivan Interview ex armed MtfcfMlton but no surprise ow ite ckfOR of the supreme COUI t that BO Federal quostlon was Involved 16 the KwoVwoky oases and that it had no juridU4tw He regards it as a triumpbo1 Idwand order over lawless aeseaddeepratlon He would give bis bt effort to the State and hoped terypooa to bring order out of chaos tie bltoaa cry oHclvU liberty ttloald I cry of protection P b jpriIlwg as be la r II IOOpJB fr be bad Gov M wnslbllliles to fadj Yaa titaBalrs even It hr lsayi lij rye that he will meet 1b aobrrr lieeely and properl tnottt Klwtkapw hlo best ui e the freest taewrt THX r4fullof tricks as a heath OkltHHu and they are usually wivaid iMMl pwaaltar The contestants for the BtJMttr said otHues through Oov Bradtey moved the court of appeals WwliMiluy to dlsraUx their cases without prajwllttfl the Intention being ui nwki a Hrtmueiis effort to elect a republiotfl euoareeor to Judge Hazel irljrtff who will do their bidding on a t nootiou to= ratnsute Such election oulctMtheHia majority of this court of apple and then they would have thlntfju asllug The democrat jctewyerado not propose to submit to such tirlofea bawByer and will rests w i otlonawl presea t final diepoaltlo- tmaIsr KW4 jxHBtts from the mountains tblKettbereplibllcant have it In 1forl J 4fw John Henry Wilson fort helping the democrats get evidence against thew Qo Bbel assassins and claim that he ffeiM Wharton Goldeu to con 0 fees Far tiMtdrrible crimp of trying to bring sW wittyto justice he is said r r jo be mark d fxr assassination himself tr but such tbr 4f do not scare Judge t Wilson He KHBWB the cowards who tjIomioatiwi by the John A ie Mr BUcoe Hindman ra agent ba Mutual Life In nceCo wiiljieudquartera at Lou JiTllle tortA jiBder of the Sons of Is a handsome 1lj a to hy son of a gal eti 1 tke Barmy of the lost tN4 Jrablt fitted Jar the be will doubtless be 1t11Md t epoiitlon FTJCSoftS fl ht x Indiana where belrl fugltlvq fine justice thereby j acknowledging l lB guilt of the assassi nation cbarge4apute bite out of the i bylewith aseaBelBatloo and be will doubt 1leea bttatlvedfor abetter man In the for governor At any raw he could a lOOt run very well Iii Kentucky wblle- l r exile in fadlana t TRi gold dele in convention at Indianapolis say they cant support Bryan unless ooooewlons are made tom and that they utterly abhor Me ey whom they help put IB office Ittle orphans But bold PitlBier kner are ttlll llvlajr yarlMiM thepityrz t3 Jon LtPOWEns one or tho fugitives under Indictment for complicity In tho assaHnatlon of Guy Goebel was caught In Knox county and urreetcd at an early hour Tuesdaj morning1 while trying to escape from the State Ho was tatonto Barboiirvllle wberd he instituted habeas corpus proceedings He was taken before County Judge Wyatt when be presented an undated pardon iron Taylor which Wyatt held was good and liberated tbb prisoner who rode oil in triumph and Is again a fugitive from justice It Is said that County Attorney Tuggle refused to ap pear for the Commonwealth In the caso and lined up wlthlUe alleged aseas81uai friends The action of these conIdemnedto suffer all the pains and penalties of the law they have eerat naught The action of the inocK court will not be recognized nod Gov fie kbaln wilt WII11bring SENATOR BLACJCBUHN bas Issued an address to the democracy of Kentucky In tfblch he makes sonic admirable suggestions as to the platform soon to be adopted and suggests throwing the doors of the party wide open to nil democrats and others who will supodrt the nominees in which we fully concur He also says the Goebel Election law should be amended so as to give the two parties a majority and minority representation on the State and county boards and an equal division of the election officers This may beau well enough but a return to the viva voce system of voting as be also suggests will do away with the frauds that are possible under the ballot system and make Goebel or other election laws to prevent them unnecessary WRITING from Frankfort our tele graphic correspondent Mr Charles Dobbs of the Louisville Times suggests Remember Goebel as the war cry of democrats in the coming campaign and says It will be as forceful and aa inspiring as was the cry of Remem ber the Maine In arousing our people to the Importance of driving Spanish power from the Western Hemisphere To remember the great leader is to make every man with a heart In him determine that the party which adopts assassination as Its policy shall be scourged from power and out of the State IN correcting the report that be wrote the republican platform Gen Buckner adds I desire to say that I am entirely opposed to the spirit of Goebellsm and will support any organization that proposes to restore to the people the rights of which they have been deprived As be does not voteIseems to have entirely surrendered In peace to the enemy of the party that made him all he ever was Some met live too long and old Simon Bolivar is too of them HON HARVEY HELM formally an ounces his candidacy for delegate to the Kansas City convention In this sue He Is backed by the solid support of his county which has always helped the other counties In their am bitions and his friends expect them to aid US now There Is not a better democrat In the district nor onewho would wear the honor he craves more worth ply than Mr HelmI- NDIANAPOLIS U a beautiful cltybut an exile from home splendor dazzles in vain doubtless sing Taylor and Finley They have the consolation though of knowlpg If they were not there they would be In jail with the utber suspects cogitating on the gray probability of furnishing necks for the hangmans halter iT U now stated that Neelev the Cuban ponofflce official is 400000 bhort The poor Cubans seem to have jumped from the frying pan of Spain Ito the tire of the Unite States with McKlnlevs horde of officeholder robbing them right and left JCSTUS GOEUKL and Attorney T C Campbell will go to Indiana to try to show the governor how unlawful be Is acting In harboring criminals We fear however It will be loves labor lost It Is useless to argue with such a fool as Mount seems to be IN turning over the adjutant generals oHlce to Gen John B Castleman Gen D R Collier threw a huge bou quetat him which Casllenmn returned with heavy interest If these two ward aIs can fraternize there Is hope for the old luna yet Beckhatna militia cost 911500 Tay lora cost perhaps 8100000 but they will pever get It The republican holders of tbo ofllces are giving them up to the democrats Sweeney and Burke relinquished yes terday The supremo court decision opens the tteasury doors and lets out much need ed funds to the eleemosynary and other State Institutions John W Yerkes Is being boomed for the republican nominee for governor this fall Leaders of the party do noi favor Tkylora renomination Goy Beckham baL appointed Dr touts H Mulligan oldest son of Judge James H Mulligan to be let assistant physician at the Lexington Asylum for the Insane Before departing the soldiers at the State house gave tbelr undivided attention to several articles of value around the place among them the Oat ling gun and a cannon both of which they did their utmost to ruin Tbe plunger of the Galling sun was taken leaving the Kua perfectly useleM whUf tft hbolt l the CAD to WM tfUc ed QpiirUr Journal + t i o THIS LATEST TWO CONVENTIONS i FRANicrORT t 1Mav2bThe drao cratlo State exeouUvocorutnlttea de elded on two conventions The one to name delegates to Kansas City will bo held Juno 14 at Louisville CountImass convcntlonswlll be held The convention tn nominate a governs was set for July 19 at Lexington Del egates will be selected by precinct and then by county Conventions July 14th The party gates were thrown wide open to ail who will support the ticket regardless of past affiliations Everybody Is asked to join In putting down the party of assassination BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Homer B Bryson was appointed postmaster at Carlisle A Negro who killed two white girls at mohlGenFilipino Insurrection has Irretrievably collapsed Latest Information indicates that 22 miners were killed In the Cummock mine disaster In North CarollnnI eUPJlhlofloss la about 31500 Mr and Mrs Thomas Brady living near Nashville returned from church just in time to see their home burnei and tbelr four children cremated Henry Graves and Robert Winn were both badly wounded la a fight In Hop- kIns county which came up over the ownership of a sheep kllltnq dog Price McCormick S Co a big cot ton firm went under after trying to hold up cotton against falling tenden ales which are as rapid as the rise The Rev Yancey Wilson a minister of Hopklnsvtlle sued Walter S Bum pas a prominent business man ofPera broke for 93000 damages for alleged defamation of character Rev J R Delano a Baptist preach er was arrested In his pulpit at Horton Kansas for hugging and kissing the choir girls and being too attentive to another preachers wife After nearly four months occupancy lot Frankfort all the mllltla have atlast sent from there Taylor die banded his before be fled from the State and Wednesday Gov Beckbam senttls which bad been on duty for a month back to their homes HUSTONYILLE James Frye has greatly Improved his store with a fresh coat of paint Mrs I F Steele slipped and fell on her back porch several days ago and sprained her ankle Rev W W Bruce of Perryvllle will preach at the Presbyterian church here the 1st Sunday In Jure W W Poteet of Harrodsburg Is here In the Interest of the Pbouolx In vestment Co of Lexington Miss Ethel French and brother of Virginia who have been attending business college at Lexington are the guests of Miss Cora Llpp Mrs J H Reid baa re turned after a uleasant visit to her sister Mrs J Roy B Rose at Mld dlesboro Mrs J W Allen has returned from Louisville Mrs H W Drve and Miss Miranda Tucker of Lebanon are visiting Mrs W D Hooker J B Adams and family have returned to Birmingham Ala after an LOlZanlQuite Pearl Rout is visiting MUs Mary J In1 die at Junction City Miss Laura Is attending Tournament at Winches terL1U3 V8111SNA1ES sends us word that a rattlesnake weighing pounds with li rattles and n button was killed near Mi Salem Bailey is a truthful man BRO LAXDHAM oibe Lancaster Record Is kind enough tOj say The Stuofod INTERIOR JOURNAL is out In pew form printed on a splinter new prets Mr Walton Is QlnJeed a bust- Ier and ts determined to keep abreast of the times He lean able edltor and a trained newspaper man Bunion to ether with being blessed wits the best outside man we ever saw enables him to keep the JOURNAL at the bead of the procession of country newspa pers When he takesa notion no do anything hard work pains nor money stand in bis way He has been exceed- Ingly kind to the editor of The Record not only since our embarkation upon the sea of journalism but for mary years prior thereto and wa rejoice in the great success of the INTERIOR Wheat has been greatly damaged by tly la Taylor and Aaalr A little son of Circuit Clerk James Glbony of Liberty was run over by a vehicle and considerably hurt Col Hughes will give up the Gilcber House at Danville June let his live yearlease having expired Owner Gil cher will likely take charge THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJESJOLASS Hotel In the city making a s2 RAT One block from the prtucIJlalshoppingI- MIXlct aM two blocks free this thwe tigolpaLfbeatreir tmt oars pate tlli door to o tktVCUfv XvtrytkUg M t sad oli HON HARVEY HELM U n candldatrt for delegate from the 8th District td tho Kannas convention lIub- Joct to Uiq action of the ilvmbcratlc party ANTE i Walnut Logs Lumber and Trees AddKMi 0 0 MENDEL ill BRO CO Loulsvlllr Ky IFOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED fND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at nil ti- mesMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky INwly furnished clean beds splendid Everything firatclasa Porter meet all trains 89 FRITH HOTEL IF mxcisa Propretor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Best Hotel In monntins rilm conililfred Porters meet aU trulu erccll itteullou to trmr cling att- nhorses nod Mules to Sell I have Four 5vearoM flare Mule and Four rood Work llorst for sale IT 1m L O Qoocn Waynesburc ICy WHITE HOTEL w u CAIIKIER rnoR CORBIN KENTUCKY IdoM to Ptwtngtr Depot Flret clue throughout lUtes tt per tar The GreenStore HUSTONUILLS New Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c The were all bought before recent atl vaneesand coneequeutlythe priers are lower than other HtocKs lw lIJb I since goods went up See my new line of plot Weather Clothing Low Cut Shore and Straw Bate JAMES FRYE Desirable Farm At Private Sale IJmlrlue to change Climate on account of my heelth I will sell nt prlvntn snle my- taro of tVMt in Wel IliMolii LVinnty ICenluokv zVJ tte R i jf Ilimtanvllif and IK taste Weft ut ykIClansy on U S It IIt Tide farm null impruvcux nt uo umeng the trots jn tan llluu rtflo of teen The IhnUhJ a mtlern brisk taut tram tutul root euutntning u nwme wta hallo OreI nud vprnmluli uuttmlldlugH Include two Hiilviidl mill ruuunodlouk bnroa with a WI uiUs lf l tuioi fur 10 cattle nr 2W ilitjcp Other bblldlnc Inll 11leohotbe buggy lmu w tram UOHM coal IOUllr nou fluwrr tat und oot lJulldtnfJuruRaw Nsvar fitlllllgorcnrd of txt tr- lit fruit The larger portion of this farm It flr tclns tolwieot nnu liump Inml Abun dance of never titling water four rock walled ponds lu tulaltlon to boa chi tiirotiib une std of tuo pi till sere uf harm In bluo STUM or meadow with acres In vflieat sad curu fOiiCliiR In uc011ent condition and mound n In UunUiy This tarn U lu Kwd shape fur division If ko desired in It lays almost lu u equate bounded un Nortli nu j Eatr tiles by tonvllle and MuKliinn y Turn p1L This tine mill farm hut to bo inou to bo appre ciated ny out wishing to secure a very deslrabl place will rarely meet with un llininunn to find thus quality on the rnitr ket Terms literal doslrlii areinvitedto tbo lrcml e to cull on or address wo at Hustonvllle Kv D 8 JOnKSTOX occasionally employed in applying ve CO t of n of to oflhethoujandaxJcnelhinjJ place means more month andyears of xrvic Is the ri N kind l5 made for the seendssthatenybedyune- pptoy J cn a whtdb sea scIboo iron CI1Ctporch irr pawn sellee wlllYlhinO tut must ll1d an urc It UIK r HON G G GILBERT In candidate for roclccllori to Congress from this dKtrlct ubvct to any regnlar action the party may take DINK IfARMER Is n candidate for Jailer subject to the no Stan of the democratic patty tollclts your support JOHN C PEPPLESI- s n candidate for Jailor of Lincoln County subject to tho action of the democratic par ty Your support Is solicited FOR RENTGood property In the town of Crab Orchard Y LANDQUAF Krlger Ky HOTEL FOR SALE l iillog HotrllntSuiutrMt wlih good biiMnf1 will NIL vr trade for good stock futa principally dJdrelsTtnos Joc- artPOSTED I hereby warn nil parsons nun trauputlng on IfulU for oar purpox whatever WM LANUOUAK Krlgtr Ky- I also wirn all rrolllll trout ln pMlng ou nijr him on husk Creek for my pur whsUTrr Faau lItlflLA Utlruhtlll1 Ky Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you lot your painting I wills you money I furnish pups It on tho wall from tuc up In ut- worthi will sell you paper as cheap as you run buy It In town and hang It at 6c wr wIt wilt lo painting lu proportion All work guaranteed J Stanford ICy Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your lCylExioorlenccteed You can havo your old vehicle new for very little ifioney J II UKRKit Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE by3W Adams It Co Iatnt Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mules afflicted with Fistula Iallevll Scratches Saddle IUill lard and Soft Enlargement Greasy lice Ac For sale by W R Jlcltob IIDmpbroyLlbertYInaynesburgt antsvtlle Ky F Oompton gOYII It PUBLIC SALE OF A Fine Boyle Co Farm Thursday June 7i 1900 At 10 oclock I will offer at public sale my farm of 270icro than anil onehalf tiiltr fron- tlInlIIe Kr00 the LnlnlWQ Th Im proTtni nts conilit one twostory brick how af wTf n rooms and kltcben lull sod tack arches goad dry aeliu unlf collie front of twin Honrwiia numloer clorU all netsiery out l eliding ben nrrleg haute shops for uachtnuy graouf hole nu route COI orchard treegarden asparagus ltr- tC AIM a lire y nl rbaJrJ by form tire The- Illc It well watered with cttttrn st booM soil a baru Fortyacres areIn tluegru 00 art owl timothy snd dun WIn wheat I In melon sail 20 In oats tialsnce In corn The rum II dhlded bTa road IW sxrcs with Improvements on uot ililt rod bS acres on tbe orlltuld It will be sold wpiraltly or toccth rt wbtcberrr way brln tbe bst prlc trop wit be told to purcbtwr ilnlrcil ncd tauedon give at any time It In a good neighborhood placflAt I will tell ter erol good mare and horse some No chamllonhlnddrill corn planter sit good dowa cultiva tors lot hotbed stab and other things too numerous to mention Pcreone denlring to InMHXt the premUe are Invited to cap TEIIMS Ono third cab balance In one and two years at per cent Interest Lunh d at sale MltIJW LYTTLFM T U KnglUh Auct- ioneerSummer Goods LigktDnierwear Negligee Shirts Silk Shirts lowCutStyoes Serge Coats With or Without Vests Luster Coats Straw Hats Crash Hats Belt- sSOFT TIES Etc iiJ TTTnOnPPPTQ Whatsn a ame Nolhlug unless It be juggestlve The Saute LOUIS VILLK STORE always has ken and always will bo suggestive of Low Prices Best Quality Big As sortment and CourteousyTreatment These are the Wntch Words every employer tnu t keep kJ mind Hero lire the BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK Domestics Notions Furnishings 2000 Yanls SOluch Checked or striped Shirting 4c- 31Inch fled Ticking 6c 1011 of Yard wide Percale Co Fine Dimities 7Jc- 20c Dress JtfDPI go for lOc- bond Pearl Muttons per dozen 6c 4 Papers of Pins 6c- J Munches of Finishing ilrald 6c Velvet Skirt KtndingOc- a Pair Udioi fast black white foot HowlSc 1 Dozen Men Sock 4Sc Men good working Shirts 23c Ladies ReadyTo Wear Garments 75c Shirt Waists 48c Udlm Braided Linen Skirts 63c Ladles Crash Skirts In Ecru and Cbl re only OOc Millinery Our stock has just been abundantly replenished with the latest and bed things In Trimmed line Sslloi Walking hats Children Trimmest lists Tain OSlmn lore Lace Caps Ac Shoes Infnnti Shoes Iflc- Ctilldrvns IXingoIa Patent Tip Drew Shoo 4Sc- Ladles 78c Oxfords 39c Mens Plow Slices 75f Mens nkt Urea Shoe face or con grow 1lP Clothing lioy s Knee Pants In wash goods IOc Roy Knee Pants in CAutmcro and Satlnetlo I9c Mens strlpfi cotton l ants nice pat terns 3 pair for 11 Mens black worsted ants OSc hay Linen Suit SOc Mnna Linen Suits 1113- Hoys Imitation Veslce Suits embrold erect front wash goods 48o Men Linen Pauti 43- cHats Mons np todslc good style straw Hats 23c Men Alpine Shape 3c Mens full shape Fur Hats worth II CO go for 63c Mens Crash lists 19c IuntilLouisville Store SKLINGER BROS PRORS IrC hAN Y MGI Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark Ncw Jersey ORGANIZED 1846 Assets 0941071778 Liabilities Gi8107072l Surplus 502509322 The Best oUcYiThe Rest Company Annual Dirlilcndj Before placing your ap pllcatlcatlon for Life Insurance Be- eR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky e3rReeroncea Our Policy Holders SS SSS SISS SSS mo LINE OF CLOTHING J For Men Boys and Children hODD PANTS A SPECIALTY I 3 See our Line of Custom Made IlInl at t260 to 42l llor pair lJL E PERKINS e Crab Orchard Ky oeeeeoeeeeseeeeeeeeen neee o Dont ForgetThat the Jurcnile Shrill lire Folng Now lot in silt Jua ivcclved These please the llttl j o tes When you come in to buy your SHOES AND HATSAsk for these Shirts Straw Hats from 60c to f3 Call on us CALDWELL LANIER Danville The Leading Shoe and Furnishing limo ot Danville THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the mot up todate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been re ccntly eiiulpped with the marvelous Anaitlgtuat Louse the now discovery lu optical science to say to tbo Ladies that THESE LENSBSFLATTER Just received large stock of the very batest Designs irk JVJouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality before Lava to be seen to bo appreciated Suit ible for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among the lot le the New French mouldings peclally suitable qellcata picturee Embroidered Mitts French Water Colors that ro dulre a dainty When In Danvllle call and see u4 and get our prIces Wo will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Offlco Danville Ky Stanford Female College COMMENCEMENT CALENDAR Tuesday May 29th at 8 p r The Art Reception at tho College Sunday June 3rd at 1046 M The Anniversary Sermon by the EevJ nSav gee of 1ametLh the Kaptlet Church 1Xf 1JBe 9btat rtTke Anneal Cession at ikOpera He- 1ayJ 7th at 109 ii K COOl AMp by Ike JteW U talk al TMiree4 Cencrrieg degres tINII at 1k Optra lIo an 9 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv MAY 25 icjoo f E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER u TUB best material combined with nd accuracy Insure good results No other methods are ever used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Mu W A TmilHLE Is on a business i visit to Maysvlllo J G M COOPER Is now a talesman In Severance it Sons JBSSi F Cooic of Lexington spent several daysathomo- WINF1uD POHTMAN of Shelby with homofolks hero Miss RUTH ELLISON of Pulaskl 1s the guest of Mrs M F Elkin Mn WILLIAM BUKTON Line had a pretty tough spell but Is Improving Mil AND MRS A T MARTIN are up from Somerset visiting homefolks C L OOVKII of Turnorsvltlo has a good position with tho N Freeman Furnlturo Co at Danville DEXTKU BALLOU and wife are visit Ing H M Baltou and family at Lancas ter during the G A IV MRS U C PI lNIIACltER and Mr W W Walter of Klngsvlllo were hero shopping yesterday MISS OvIIEiTA CHANCELLOR wont t Mlllcrsburg yesterday to visit relatives and attend the commencement NEWS comes that two sisters of th West End am soon to well Tennos scans It may be a double wedding MISSES JURITUA AND ANNIE NEWELL of Mlddleburg wore tbo guests of Miss Lllllo C Martin this week Miss ELLA MAY SACNDKUH will leavo today to join a yachting party a I Louisville for a voyage up tho Ohio MISSES JENNIE AND MARIE WAR RE of Stanford aro visiting Ml s Christine Bradley Lancaster Record REV J B CROUCH has returned from hit western visit and will preach at tbo Baptist church at the usual hour SundayG YOUNOS little eon James was bitten by a rattlesnake the other day but ho Is doing M well as could be expected OWEN MCINTVRB Vepreseritlng the Spottawood Speciality Co which prints calendars and advertising cards waei hero thus week Dlt W U OMlANNON operated on Mrs Laban Wither for cancer of the breast a few days since The patient In doing nicely COL W G WELCH has been honor cd again A boat just launched at Cooks Springs bILl been named for him Mr S It Cook tells Mils JOHN S BAUOHMAN of Gar rarp who Is aeatronj a democratae excellent husband was the guest Mrs J C Hays And enjoyed the Inc Party- tGEORGE D FLORENCE has gone the Lancaster team to play ball at Winchester and his brother Albert B Is holding down his place at the pottonico Miss MAGGIE BUCHANAN of Crab Orchard will be ono of the maids of honor to Miss Clara Hnldeman spon sor for the Sons of Confederate Voter IiD8 of Kentucky ELDER J Q MONTGOMERY of Liberty Is hero with old friends De tell us that Sam Hamlin who killed a pain tar named Plait was held In 1300 which ho has not given MESSRS W W LYON AND W S DRYE two Lincoln county trader woro hero n few days since Capt B F Powell also of Lincoln la visiting relative In AdalrNowITHOMAS DALTON has made ono of the haudHcmost mule for Col Welch wo ever taw but a the colonel hasnt any reputation as a Nimrod we dont know whit bo will do with It MRS GiioitGE R GRIFFITHS who was hero from McKlcney yesterday toIget some printing donetelIe Uti that husband Is quite sick Mice Ethel Goobh accompanied Mrs Grlllllhs W LooAN WOOD write us that ho has engaged with Fox k Logan tho Danvllta liverymen and that ho wants bis Lincoln county friends to remember him when they Come to Little Britain Miss EVELYN MAY KASTLAND who will graduate at Stanford Female Col logo next month has only missed ono day from school In the last eight years On that day sbo attended tho burial of a closo relative- A HANDSOME Invitation and program ihows the name of John BIcdeoo Bailey as ono of the graduates of the Northern Indiana Law School at Valparaiso Ind and ho will return about Juno lit a fullHedged limb of the law LITTLE Miss KITTIE HUFFMAN col ebraled her 10th birthday Wednesday by giving a party to some 00 of hor friends Ices slrawberrUs cake So were served and the llllle ones had a big time The hostess received 47 presents LOCAL HAPPENINGS THE Inch party realized 35 WANTED to loan 1000 Address lock box 102 Stanford Ky TARE your watcher clocks and job work to Embry d EDltlomanit FOR SALE Two fresh Jersey cows good milkers Box 101 Stanford DONT forget the strawberry supper for the benefit of the Baptist church at Crab Orchard tonight ANOTHER good rain roll curly yce mornloz and all nature is wear todaylugWILL give a portrait with sack dozen w LsUW lIJtdutah or week idly l li 8aararea HAMILTON for good watch work it i L9TOr hied carpets at Beuzley SUGAR cone seed at Warren Sr Shanks 1US IlrACiC log vaccine virus at Cralff S Hockerr gARDEN Floes Rakes Forks and Plow Gear of all kind at Warren S Shanks Miss MATTIK ALFOUDroturned with MIts Janie Wearcn from Louisville and It now her guest TUB haydenaryaged stage at the Opera House In honor ol Gen Gordon who will entertain and delight ue tonight sSTOREFOR SALE Firstclass stand clean fresh Good run of trade Satisfactory reasons for selling See editor of this paper JUDO BAILEV hold Josh Dye a nephew of the late noted man of that name to circuit court for trespass on the lands of Wm Laudgruf ISALIll A Plea aottl adralnUtra tor will have a sale of the effects or MUecB Sidney and Klttlo L Abraham at their late residence June Jd ITm trustees of Stanford Mali elected Prof E L Grubb to teach next IcloD He will be as marryoI iiKCKOK they will will take the- o case before Queen Victoria now remarked Mr Richard Bibb when he heard that the supreme court bad de elded for Gov Beokbam TilE rada bore were gulag to have a big time had the supreme court decid cd against Gov Deckham but as It did not they are sticking In their holes closely and are a pretty sick looking lot WE have only 75 cents to report for the Goebel monument toad It teas contributed 25c each by George H Dunn of Ilustonvllle and David an Mill Fannie Thompson of the Preach orsvllle section TilE L N will runes n special train from Richmond Juno lit to the Lou Isrllle reunion It will leave there at 0 A HI passing Stanford at 730 and picking up passengers at Intermediate stations will arrive in Louisville about 10 oclock TilE hublhcanhroare out spoken In their condemnation of Tay lor for fleeing from the State Instead of standing and faclng ho music and say they are done with him since ho has shown so decided a streak of yellow in his composition ONLY one dollar ayew 50 columns a makehpaper paper It Is printed on costa almost as much u the subscription price Can you afford to not take ito THE finest strawberries anybody over saw were left at this office yesterday Dr E M Etlca They are of the Clyde variety and are as large as a good size apple Ae ho says bo will bring us more If anybody can beat them wo nope a an effort will bo madei lesuesthat we wcro proud of paper we meant Its contents not the way the new press printed most of the edition We huge however our troubles are over and that smooth sailing will char rctcrlzo our craft In the future HuitE ls a Chan cato go to soldiering Lt A S Fleming writes us from Lox ington that ne U there recruiting for the heavy batteries at Fort Barrancas Fla id Infantry at Fort Thomas and to tilt out regiments In the Philippines Those Interested can write or go to see him I leo Daws Hughes otters a reward ghointhe right of way to the Southern railroad I claim It The reason ls the Southern doesnt want it because It will run Its road this way said Census John Bright to us yc terdl1IKAlt grand old Gun Gordon tell about The Lust Days of the Confederacy at Waltons Opera House to night Ho will thrill you with his eloquent recltital of how the bravo boys In the trenches stood the terrible hardships for tno causa they loved and snake you love and honor their memo rice more Seats are going rapidly Secure one at W B McRobcrts GOING TO DOUULE Mr W II Williams of Hu8tonvlllowho was hero yesterday told uj that D M LJppa Sc Son the Ilustonvillo millers have con tracted with a firm to double the ca Ipaclty of their mill and thoy wilt shutdown Juno let and work will begin on It This will give the mill a capacity of 100 barrels per day Mr Williams made a little trip to Casey for the above firm and sold 146600 pounds of Hour The mill has not been equal to the demand since Messrs LIpps took charge AT tbo risk of guyed by our brethren of the press who know that millions of tae simile copies of tho UI ster county N Y Gazette bearing tho date of Jan 4th 1800 and In mourn ing for President George Washington whoso death on the 14th of December 1709 with the ceremonies attending his burial In told ofwo state that we have before us what purporta to be a genuine copy of the original edition It belongs to Milt Bennle Nabors at the College who aye it baa been hand ed down In hor family frluberrreatr- freat grandfather It certainly leeks pilIdarf1y CEMENT lime tl1lnc at lowest prices at Hill Bocks I ICE CIIKSTS refrigerators Ac at Higgins k McKinDeylit ugflDlshFort SALT PniVATELV My resi dence and store house the latter ocou pied by Pennys Drug Store J W Hayden it LBTTEKS from Klngavlllc Waynes bnrg and Montlcello were received this morning but of course we coulint got them In this Issue Write earlier dear friends A MESSAOE Irotn Lancaster says that Mul L M Dry was elected command er by the G A R aul Capt Wm Herhdon vice commander Covlngton will be the next place of meeting p OP the 35 teacher examined Friday and Saturday last live got first class 17 second four third class certificates and nine failed The colored teachers examination began this morning A OAM11 Sons Confederate Vet crane will be organized at W b Burcha office this afternoon at 4 oclock Mr Dumb having succeeded In raising the requisite number of char ter members AT London rdaythe ease against James Ifoward for Geo Baker In Clay county was virtually dismissed as a result of an agreement between the Baker and Howard fac tines The case against Howard at Frankfort will not be so easily dispos eftTo POLIO BOLDEltSADY one hold log policies written by mo will find meat the old stand with only the best of companies and wiil look after them and renew same as I have dune for five years Pay no attention to what anyone may tell you Thanking you for past favor Respt Jesse D Wearen TUB old Dan Jones property lately atdto for says the Advocate It contains 10 acres and has upon It a fine old mansion Mr Farrls got It at a bargain as It Is one of the finest pieces of resldcco property In tbo Bluegrass and when improved as Mr Farris Is able to and will Im provo It will bo a veritable garden spotENLstaxroonsJohn Bright super vhor of the census for the 8th district furnishes us this list of appointments for enumerators for Lincoln county Stanford Magisterial District Geo A McRoberts GeoD Hopper and Edwin E Patterson Crab Orchard John W Cummins and Henry F Newland Wavncsburg Machlr J Brough and Mack D Wall- Ifuetonville Andrew JAdams John J Durham and Cicero Reynolds IN referees to Thomas M O will oy determination to eschew an active participation in politics the Bowling Green Times edited by dearIold Dr John D Woods says from the pen of Editor Walton one of the cleverest men in the world and tbof democratic editor of the model newspaper of Kentucky the INTERIOR JOUHNAL concerning our young townsman Tom Owsioy himself as and clean as men get to be cleverI lament over the defection of his departurd from the democratic paths trod by his long and splendid an ccstry Is shared by every good democrat who knows the young gentleman Tom evidently felt that there was room at tbo top In republican circles aa well as In the professions but ho will find that the topln Kentucky republicanism U so little occupied that ho will have a drear lonesome time and that tUS1tallaor Walton In hoping soon to see him walking into the fatted calf with botbIhands backed up by a good and u cordial welcome home Tilt puttygiven by the Grigsby Chapter U D C at the Veranda HoI tel Wednesday evening proved a source of much pleasure to young andI old Confederate flags and other buntI Ing were gracefully displayed bileI pictures of President Davis Gene Lee Jackson Morgan Gano and Cots Grigs by Napier and others wero prominently placed and tastefully arranged The attendance was good but tho ad mission In many cases was so small and the expenses largo that the net sum realized for tho tablet for gallant Maj Wbaleys grave was not large The charges were threo cents a foot and two vents an Inch over even feet and five 181centSounders George S Carpenter Rowan Saufley and others did the measuring which occasioned much merriment Miss Belle Denny collected the funds and nearly all of the Daughters as sisted In one way and another In mak ing the guests have u good time Frappe was served by Misses Sppblo Alcorn and Nell Warren and the nice refresh ments were served by pretty walters Miss Isabella Bailey gave some charm ing violin selections Mrs George L In Penny rendered some appropriate pi ana muslo very finely while the Centre College Quartotto composed of Messrs Ireland Mustalne flames and Mills sang a number of songs with highly appreciated effect Some of the young people danced little Berta Jean Penny amused with her nimble jigs and overy one found some way of enjoying Um a sell Mrs Alcorn president arfrrthe other members of the chapter were well pleased witty the result 6f their 8 rat attempt to raise money for theloud aaheasothereffertbutch y jI Y J f ft V1L Baking Powder The strongest purest most efficient and wholesome of leavening agents Not lowest in price yet the most economical indispens ableto all who appreciate the best and most healthful foodIOur country is enjoying prosperity almost unsurpassed its history Fr every one there is money enough to but that to eat which is pure sound good wholesome Why should we use cheap impure un healthful articles of food There is no economy in them they endanger the health theymay cost life There are reported almost daily cases of sickness caused by eat ing cake puddings orbiscuit made with the cheapalum baking powders- In all articles for food buy and use only the best The good health of the family is 6f first consideration Alum Is used in many baking powders because it makes poundAlumdren Yet the manufacturers of wellknown alum powders are actually denying that their goods contain It ROYAL BAKING POWER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK I AM making special low prices on flooring celling and cypress Shingles A C Sine IIIMPORTANT WIToessMareba1 J A Shannon of Crab Orchard arrested Jesse Burke an important witness In the case of Parker for shouting leon In Rockcanle and took him to Mt Vernon yesterday GEN missed train at Knoxvllle yesterday and bad to come hero on a special He arrived at 530 p M and was met by Prof M D Hughes and taken to Lancaster where be lectured to a large crowd last night CUT Lancaster last night Will Walker cut Ed Ross In a quarrel Ono report says that Ross bad two ribs cut In two and another that he Is not seri ously hurt The boys had been the best friends but fell out over a trivial matter LAND AND STOCK IHed yearll gbillfol sale James IGooLi fresh milk cows for sale W H Shanks Stanford tojRecord E Pkiu toner of Danville sold to Eastern parlies three geldings by I3eaz lov Bros tins stallion Red Squirrel J r for 8750- I Shelby Torts tells us that his etal lion King David and two Jacks have served 130odd mares to far this season Mack Hughes sold for Joe McDowell ChceIcud for R G Evans u combined horse for 145 Advocate Danlul Gano sold to T J Burgess two suckling mules at 13010 yearling mules at 31 two yearold mules at 50 10 tWoyearold heifers at 130 and live yearling heifers at UGeore town Times About 000 cattle were on the Mt Sterling market Monday but no good cattle were offered Best steers sold at 5c yearlings about the same heifers 3J to Hc cows 3 to 4Jc Over 1000 sheep were offered and went slow ewes and lambs at 4jc a bunch of It lambs at file OOlb wether 3c and bucks at 2tc Some mules sold at 875 to 8100 Democrat MUJLES FOR SALE Pair of good Work Mule for sale Five gentleApply FOR REN r I The propertyat Oral Orchard lately oc A Singleton It Includes residence garden pasture A c Apply too iL Singleton Crab Orchard Ky 31 JaW PARKHILL Ms D HOMEOPATHIC PSYSIOIAH Dr Parkhill has had 20 years experience the general practice of no oilers hu services to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention pleen to chroalo cases Office oppolte Court Ilousa over Meadey lJros Livery Stable Ulice bourn from to 11 u Produce And Junk Wanted I Highest Cash Prices paid for Scrap Iron We paf 310 r pound cash for OIuseuR We have located In Stanford for the purchase of Chickens Bides Wol c We pay for Done fOe per hundred Highest cash price for Craw OIMet anti shop of Depot St two dOOflifretll Mala Bring In your ace ani 8tovr TANOIJPRODUOIOO J OoU nP Mlckof I Split Silk 208 has foaled a filly by Joe Prlcben 2011 L G Gooch sold to Dan Hester o Klncravllle a fine pair of young mule- for 8150 Every county In Illinois with th e single exception of Cook will hold a fair and race meeting this year W S Drye d Co of Hustonville bought In Adair two Red Squlrre mares for 3150 and another for 8175 J T Burden of Marion bought ii Adair a bunch of 15hand mules at875 Hunn C Lyon bought of J B Coffey iG sheep at 43 Adair News REWARDFor return of tow bought from Dud Holmes nod which left llrndhead and went In the agoShethe toreheaMb sharp horns and Is three r Mus W II LTNCII L Willie Ky Lost Strayed or Stolen Ono black mare right fore hoof rpllt from shoo to edge of hair smull knot on left shoulder Any Information will be thankfully received and duly rewarded MELVIN FIIEDERICK Yosemite Casey Co Ky Lost Cortificato of Stock j Notice U hereby given that the undersigned has lost or misplaced three certlfl cotes of membership In thu Southern Mutual Investment Co of Lexington Ky with coupons lisOll to IbOlO Inclusive attached thereto mid that application hll been made to 4nd company for duplicates of said stock All parties art not to tell or negotiate said certificates W I WALTON hSovth rn Gat al Iwstmenl Compinj Of Lexington Ky THEOLDEST AND THE BEST IIomo omen Lexington Ueneral Office Ix uUTlll Ky Uraach Offilces It Newport Sew a lUUluiatf lid riiu l lpkla ra Paid To CertificAte IHolders 829218225 PasssiiTo EeserreJFund 9800925 BARNES WEAREN Local Agent Stanford OLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorge D Weatherford has a contract for FULL CONTROL Asn SALE of Old Mock Whls ky In Huitonvllle Ky II 0 MOCK Danville Ky W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With VitaUzrd Air Physician In attend Slice Office in the New Thompson Building 7f 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DCSIONB COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyoue a aketeb and descrlptton mar Icti uInvention probablylpatntable Commnnlu lion ttrletlT on 1rttnU tor eecurtnllJ lent Patentsaootkiatthnut Mnnn co nal- nSckatlik charge U tfit Ba erkaLmtratw MIll lMtteatfIII r tII01oo Terrs s asMd n lij tiltMMsIrtraMrr CULTIVAT f kX nt to IIfNJ nunuVe sell the r1 i Moline Brown NVrte parture Cultivatop r It 0Also One Horse FireTooth Cultivators It you needa Cultlvd r 4 Higgins McKil1rt Jf If SummerVear 4- Serge Coats jLight Underwear 1 Soft Shirts XA Straw Hats t i Fancy Nests Are just the things for hotweather See Our New ipes I i riFMMTlf Jb M tABY TOWEL WEEK H oWereour 1 l This Ids Cut SdstJI a You know what this mum If you are not well your opportu nily We limit llle purchase S OneHalf Dozen To ThelSjistomer Jr l B3rlle neinbir the snlesor tbs week only i L JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad o Etj 1f French Organdies jlfe I IWash Organdiesd v Swisses Dotted Swisses Persian awns I I Val Laces and Insertions ci7I17 WHITE KID GI WES 9 Patent Leather Shoes Slippers Dresses and everything for Commencement II s fit l SEVERANCE A SONS t Opposite Court House c H lat i L l1Rl7 lolvf C Lk7 rlC SS S S S SIIS SS SSI jVERY LOW RATES VIA THE SOUTHERN RjMAY 29 80TII 1803 During the Confederate Reunion at Louisville Ibo Southoin Its will ttgiY ate of Ic per mile traveled In each direction making rates to LoUMftlfk sa ssgiys as follows Prom Lexington 8170 LawrenceljurfrSJS GtorgelQ a SUJIM1165 Versailles 1160 llarrodsburR 8170 Durgin l80SrBelb eefis Tickets will be sold May 28th 20th and 30lh good tl eturnjJl tU June Ihlh UCIII Also reduced rates from stations on Louisville t A nl Vueee k CMMTM osSo2c per mile round trip jf i y Convenient Train Service and Best Aiagi JI modations Passengers for Louisville via The Southern ltailway arrive at 1grel ArsphitkeasMeForconnecting lines Vf Correspondence solicited Address W A TURK WM H TAYnG PiWaehI gtonjDi cFA G iS SSSSS SS S- SSSSSSry f it i miNTEKlOR JOURNAL JfciW 1 tke pefl6 at Stanford at t j dClG Iital- HrunetUeea5rI 2z1 i 1iPRiRCASH Wkn sot aopaid SBOO 1llfbt charted KNIXVILLE IIVISIQH 44 Train retaf NdtoMMI1I15a m M ii in M Seu1I 12 35 m 3II UIl2pm Tot ailirolni KENTHMCY MMTRAL DIVISION t Nt 5 Amt rdat lOS x NOlr +at 210 If o31 laBd11200 No1 it 2SO P x W a CRESCENT Trulu h pr junction City Xo llel u ri Nofi 11122AM uo l1li Jti Jft Ieu I1tO OO 3ilA- I sj eltlflaM j FRANIISTANDCINCIPNATI toaWtraGM I1OP 15rI1u4 IpOIIon with tbM Q 0 at 830 aoIIIO r r mnpertln with II 4 fi n It IU a abI 111 1 jkU Ir Ir linal11 lJU sYWTOl I Jib T1m Com eIc1erly WOman when an itn is cbaiige takes The Change of LifeII J changeDrMdfIllJ ptioI are often contracted at this tint MoELREE- SWn J of Cartful Btrengtbrna and purifies the entire Pystsuii brings the sufferer safely ewer thee ptfafl Its effects have beta wonderful It is good for all especiallyNCOauMitdell TOOT druggist for the famous Wine of Oardui cco a Pot advice ia vfcbfy AnctltMW ft bottleI Tema TWOM fi 1 Tnnelo Mlaa from larpula4id 5iot could not ks ul entirely cure aether throueh the u t1 Jt cabA Y t TJNDBBTAKBB MaaufaotHrar and Dealear In I MaHfordKy IAIDLEirIGC BEftZlEY HAYS a JTAKER uo JEiLIJf IL FurnitureMattiIIgSHllgSAnd eywill ExciiiiigsvFurniture lor till of tttfto Givu them tacahi ztrfoe right froiu KENTUCKY IIDI iJLo zWWELLX 1 rJIIll OXZ1LCO V frairw MornisgfBd Evening from Un- cOD statIon 10th and Broadway Jytn t JnuMRtf raVd Mrtrr Jafdrmatlon and HMta itcoMlB MlBMsbta Nebraska id 4 Ia the far Weal including C- ahfoJsMold addea 1 Ji L3 i LL3IID41laI i A ltVlISPNIs 1 t j a CRAB ORCHARD A timely rain fell Wednesday night greatly refreshing the pardons and on coiiraglng the farmers who were beginning to grow despondent over their sickly looking crops Mr Lawrence Hiatt living near Brodhead brought quite a curiosity to town a few days since It was a hens egg ofgimtural size but no artist could have painted It a more lovely tint of dark golden brown than it was allover Be exhibited it for some time and returned home with the Intention of setting it and noting the result The strawberry crop In this section Is short yet the ladles nf the Baptist church will give a strawberry and Ice cream supper at the store room of Judge Edmliton tonight All are cor dlally invited to come and bring their friends as prices aro low one saucer for 15 cents two for 25c Come all and help In a good cause W E Perkins Is about to complete the Improvements to his residence It Is now receiving the finishing toucl- es in the way of a beautllul coat or paint Edmiston Bros have out a new circular representing the handsomely decorated China they propose to giveaway tree to their customers F J Jones Co have quite a drawing card j in the way of baking powder the premo lutiis for each can being well worth the price so all of our merchants are on the alert offering the best goods at as low prices ae can be found elsewhere Miss Hallle Edmiston lorton Tuesday loran extended trip to Washington and other plaqes of note Many are the i conjectures relative to her tour At any rate Miss Bailie Is one of our loveliest young ladles and her presence will be greatly missed in our community Morris Harris contemplates a trip East Misses Mollle and Irvio Pittrna and Made Bollng of Parksvllle are the pleasant guests of Mrs KlttleKIn and Mlesa little Biggins The many friends of Andrew Buchanan are pleased to see him at home from Dnnvlllt where be has been attending the law school MIDDLEBURGr JVCotleyattendedcourt in Dan villa Monday MItse Be Ie and Em ma FOlle and Mr lies Jones returned homo Saturday Irom Georgetown when they have been attcndntrsdhool Al o Ilt9Eflle Godby returned tram i school at Baffling Green Mr Abram Evan of Clpclnutl sold a house and lot In Yosemite to Mrs MaryJ Blpea Monday Mr Clay Vest and H G Rifle of Yosemite have formed a partnership In tho black eraltb wagon carriage and genera repair shops at that place Henry McAotncb captured a cow sucker last week which measured 6 feet 10 Inches Mr Green Lutrell of lower Casey passed through Saturday with stock Melvin Frederick had a black mare strayed or stolen from bio premises week Dr I S Wesley of lastI made a psofessionttl call on Dr J Williams of Labascua this county Monday night returning home Tues day JC Coulter returned Tuesday RejR atILancaster Mr Joe Wheeler la pro paring to remodel his residence at once GaJ HUMPHREY CASEY CO Rev Maxy of Lexington delivered a fine sermon at the Christian church laattSundav Mra William Godby was suddenly taken very ill last Wednesday and now lies in a critical condition The late frosts somewhat frightened farmers and fruit growers but not much damage has been done on the up lands but considerable damage has been done on places on the river and the creek bottoms In the lowlands There are rumors out that a change has been made in the place of holding G A R service on Decoration day in Casey county This Is a mistake They appointIphrey Post at Liberty Casey county May 30th The graves of all soldiers will be decorated no matter what war they belonged to or which side they took in the late war People of all phiulea of belief are cordially invited to attend Invitations have already been extended to the following persons to deliver addresses on that occasion Judge J W Alcorn and T M Good right of Stanford and J Bryan Stone of Jamestown representing the Con federates and Hon Vincent Borelng pf London and Judge James Denny of Somerset representing the Federals also Capt Green and Rev Purdom 0 Mlddleburg will be invited if not al ready by delegated authority Other local arrangements for speakers will be made by local authorities All who can conveniently will please bring their baskets welt filled with good fare vrlttcntWo oSer One hundred Dollar Ileward for any caw oi Catarrh that cannot Iw turN by llalli Ca taint CureF J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Chrneylorhonorable 1111 bluineu tracurtloni acd financially able to carry out any obligation nude by their flriu UKST A TlttiX Wholesale DrugrliU Toledo 0 DrugIuallInJtrectlyIyeteIlI J cent too ic PiT loot tie rSnld by all Druggists halts Family Pllli are the tit Last winter during nn epidemic of whooping cough my children contracted title disease having severe coughing spells We bad used Chamberlains Cough Item cdl very ucce sfully for croup andoat rally turned to jt at that time and found t relieved the cough and effected a corn 11 sIvIoaN E CarroRD Proprle tor XeMJfeaiNoIoodN Y- byJiI Onlgjfaak tI 1 i WILD WITH ECZEMA And Other Itching Burning Scaly Eruptions with Loss of HairI Speedy Cure Treatment 125 Bathe the affected parts with Hot Water and Cutlcura Soap to cleans the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle Dry without hard rubbing and apply Cutlcura Ointment freely to allay Itching irritation and Inflammation and soothe and heal and lastly take Cutlcura Resolvent to cool and cleanse the blood A single set price 125 Is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring and humiliating skin scalp and blood humors with loss of hair when all else falls pennltsIa The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as In eczema i tho frightful scaling as in psoriasis tho loss of hair and crusting of tho scalp as iu scallcd head the facial disfigurement as in pimples and ringworm i tho awful suffering of infants anti tho anxiety of wornout Imrentns in milk trust totter and salt rheum all demand ti remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with them That CUTICUBA remedies are such stands pioven beyond all doubt No statement is made regarding them that is not justified by tho strongest evidence Tho purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate relief tho certainty of speedy anti permanent cure thexabsoluto safety and great economy have made them tho standard skin cures nUll humor remedies of the civilized world Pntcr Tnu SET 121 coruliUng of Ctrriccru Soir Sic Ctmcmu OIKTXCXT aoc Con nnA ltueoiyaicr too Sold throughout the world PorTia 1zuue un Cus0oar8oiProp UMtoo How to Cure Every Humor tree I PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery I Paints And Oi1STelephone No 2 Stanford Ky rvr tt THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists tho Liver Koture will Jo ttie Kent THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The Best Liver Kidney and Stomach llomedr pn Earth Has been tried SO years has never failed to Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of AlliUviitx vaiued by a TorpidjLivol DOES ITOT jiTATJSEATSi OR GRIPE I But acts gently on this live 25 do es In a box for 25c Try H once and you will never be without it For Sale by W McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky O Kkeelf THr BEST IS THE Wt14PtS PeitiianThig a l 0Ii7iii1 7erjIpJn F lzfa Jut zsufpvilltJ Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist In his tine Graduates of this facilities college preferred by business houses There are other schools but none can otTer our DBDENSBURBB7B Record 225j trial 122 Chestnut lUlllon lij handi high bred by Dr L Herr Leilogton Ky By Mambrino Patohen 58 Sire of 23 of the dam ul ISv Including Ralph VIlket 24Crawtore SOTJiConitantln2lilV Jnjie 2 I Aei eons nave tired over IW lam Aaricty dam of Ojdeni burg iM1Orange Itlowou- Mi 52- C342ttunby31ttI1etowfllire ol II and the dams of U In J 30 son ot llambleton Ian 10 lantbyTrnnipert Hell founder OHAMIE BLOSSOM 239 sire ofOrjmgeCblef 11 Ibl cthen and the Jami of 11t1 Ulomm 221j Atj by lId 1lrloo IK dam Nellie Post lam ci Orange Had 2S1 riy Anierkan Star ie Will S and at 510 to lasuro a Living Colt Will Also Stand A Jack at To Insure At my stable on thi Soiasrett pike near Slanfor The premium Saddle und Ilarnotis Stullloi M S BAUCHMAN AfTratdera Kent Stock Finn sitar Sblb City KT King David 1442 vol n etHicInearly 1200 pounds Sired by King Squirrel CM son of lllack Squlr rel litd uibyStonawallJ ckionJr 2nJ Jm by Pay Jtessenger 3d dam by young Cbarle Morebead Wilt make the season of woo a- tSIO tolisuroa LlwIngColt Wilt also tand the bU jack EMFSROR2f Dy Oorernor Wood S3 MIss Ilob lllact with while points h hand high and wefiib 1150 poundi Will aerie at ItO for JenneU andtior nurse to Inure a llTng colt1IflfUen retained on all colta until muon raopey paid Parting with Dre or breeUlot etMwher brfelti Iniurance Care taken to prevent aofldenU but cot afo sItusuy tl QffctitllMlffrm due la taknawuy- CfliudusuIMSSYIIOI1CM usush tW Ft ihsc DIGNITY DARE DEJCHIMIOX Foaled 180J 15 hands 3Jf Inches high weight 1100 pounds mahogany 1I0Ilseulngof the Cheater hare family ucknowlcdgihi as superior to till As a show hON ho hUll already made a reputation whining in lila claM sweepstake from n yearling many blue ties In hid three yearolU forit ho took 13 Blue Tics Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In harness he U very atyllhh with great action and IlUhtt speedy both In harness and under Caddie bcllevetho public U now af forded an opportunity to necure tho service of the coming young of the dav lit a prleo within reach of all tiring a ula of colt whetLtnaturod that will tell readily on our Eastern market at fancy price See him to fnil appreciate hi- mltlJupltIlfld by the famous Chester o It he by HlurU Squlr lel is he by lllack Ragle Iii by King William o he by Wiuhlngton Denmark 64 lie Gained Denmark iiI end lie by Race hedgeI0307 A S U ho by William Welch 3 l isIv- Ityadlk llumbletifnlun WuUlimont Ut dart 1aullue Almoiit Iorent 5111 2d lain by Abdullah Messenger 3d by Gills Vermont lIlt daui ThimugIiLnid Will make the reason of IlK at Lawn More stock faru 2 miles West of Ilmtonvlll Ky on Oradfordsvlllo Ilutlonvlllo pike At 15 To Insure A Live Colt Mures traded or parted with forfeits Insur ance unl money becomes hue ut time of such transaction Mare from u dUtance kept at S3 per month Grazing bill must be before removal of mares Mate In trusted wilt receive my attention but I am not responsible for accidents or escape OAltlENTEK HJDRC I will stand tIdi tine Jack aLloy tall at More land Ky at 5 to Insure A Living Colt Ho hi a One breeder inch lomeoC bli wit fold ss high at J35 last year Ie hy Abraham At the same time suet lJare I will Hand Ire noted sack JUMBO- II a coining 4yearold black with white point 161 baud high large fret and heavy bone tine style and attire end a sure foal getter Ills rolls mare and Jcnneta will be due from itonpWlllituidit to Insure n itt5n Id by Vulcan hi by 01dAIxi aer lit dim by Proctor CJlOhe John Mma jack he by Superior Mammoth out 1I Fmfc Hlir3BM tbtv by ICtr 8 u fcr Koyal MethtJJuBIIII1M at P per U Ur tasa t- oIrr = =MiL1 IIW l f AIiIII T t JlLl1D J xyi GIAILTOIq12910TAtiOARD Sired by Oarabetta WUkl 2 lf tire of loin cIte 101 Loti suit 00 other t be 2 Hit rlntdam Daily Field grandaoiof Alice Wilkes 117 sad Malta lift at two year old by Rn IIflelllre ohllt to 2iJV and of the dim of 60 in SiWor better- Seroneldani Qulckttep br Kentucky 1rlncw Jr Ire ofJ Q217W Lemoosde d olhtiinch of the m 0110 In the lilt QU7JOiubetta Wllkea son suet daughter hue 75 in tfce2 no list lIdbueof age Itl Is a 5rest show born himself unit bat rlngaHe ble two mile writ of Hu tontille on the UradbrdiTllle rite at 10 to Insure n Live Colt tytI lOI Diluitonvllle X- yEnglithhunter Combined bay tnlllon 16 Imuda high both hint ankles wblto Sired by AUDALIJII MEStEsacn Pint dam the William tusk saddle mare by Dury Crockett son of Dennys Drennon by Imp Drennooi lId dam by Highlander AbdMlah lleuenger sire of Kngll h Hun ter is by Messenger Chief sire of hand Messenger 818 EiiRllah Hunter has proven to be the bet alreof line size nod high styled addle horses In the country I will stand EnplMi Hunter the teatod at 1000 at triy stable four mile from Stanford on Crab Orchard pike at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt Is fouled or mare parted with A C DUN Nstnnford NAI0TII10016StandrO 1 Walilngham Jlfti sire ol Latltnde 27 t suet many others la the Hit Waltlngham Natotb Ire aaaonofUeorre Wilkes M9 lint elate Tinsel by Mnwnjrr Iuroc lent son of Hambleunlaa and lire of Klalnr 220 the duo of Norlatne yearling rreoni2I4 Second dare t3eci suttr to Jaun Howell Jr by Jlambl lolo 10ilre 61 Dexter 2i7i4 Third dam Jrwl Sayw by Harry Clay 45 sIre DftboOamaofbl Julian tIIVj IWIoeltltt soei It otbrn that hu prvJ rJ fttO trotten also of the chits of Etxliontr Fourth dam by LltlfnlIOo oILaure by Ataw lean Etllpte NttxNuletb is a hear 10 hand high Sealed June 2 IW Ilia pdlrr motalni blee1 ot HamM 4MlanOwrfUkM ManVrino Wltan Pilot Jr and Harry Gay Will Stand AtS15 to Insure a Lhls Cslt Will make no thary Mr Ktuon If this cell jwott nut to t ulablt it Khltag time I will also staad two Jacks at SS ta Isssre Mam grutS at II Jr asSail wbkk hi all sue uatt he alJ before tKey are taken sway Our ke to proem aratdenti loot tieS htfoItIWe twuld any oreer J K Ky Eagle Bird Tho mighty on of the great King Engle Eagle Bird u a show atalllan hat Jut few Slitplii He won the50V stake at LelIIlJt- tou Ky defeating some of the greAtest hionsta tlint Kentucky ma ever produced Eagle Bird sirc of good colored high InUlitd boi U novaurpauvd Ills colts ire In demand and nre aelllop for high rlcca either for butlneaa or liretillup pun make the rcent eovn at the table of his owners 2 mile wait of Stanford on the Shelby City pike at tin low price of 510 To Insure A LIving Colt Parting with the moire torfeltlho insurance Also at tIe same place we will stand the tine mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM Vt i to insure No better mute Jack will be offered for public service than this one For further particular address E P WOODS 8 SONS Stanford Ky 190O- At the Warren Ituvelt Plablcs 4th st Dnnvlllo Ky PRESTON 922 VOL 2 Solid hat with black POInts 154 hands high foaled In 1S8I Shred by Wnihlngton 31 Ut Dam hulk by tlhoderlck 101 I d Dam by Denm- arkRHODERICK fO4 Hay ytallloa aired byMambrlno Ixtcrond 07 by Illghlaiicl Chief lit Ibm by Son of Peters Ilulcrirn- J Iiam by Downlngs Hay Messenger Hellv the data of Ireattn was n gruai Show more 1reatnn Ilrst nttrnccecl the at uittlun of the i ubhc by winning tho first ireniltn nt tho LoMnrion PaIr und afterwards at Itlchmond wlllPln the rich mro of 81lIIIr the lieu Lumblncd utiillloii In the Suio und afterward ut the great St Xuln Fair where he wOllflrJt prize over the boot hnrtt Iu the United States also at Knniik City where ho lignin defeated SweeplnkeExhlbilloo lifter winning all of the fIrst primes Iu lieu tucky Ircstoii will make the season at SIS to insure Lieu retained on all It until beOIl is IAlti Call on or address C T SANIIIIIOF Danville Ky OKLAHOMA A chestnut tnlllonjineastiring 10J hands anti weighs 1500 poiinda It n horse of fine carriage mimI perfect in disposition Ho will be shown In Stanford next Court Day- Oklahoma will wako the seasonal my home on the Ilnleg Well Jtoiitl two tulles iouth of Stanford At 10 to Insure a Living Colt Will alto stand nryj- nckBTJID HT S6TO INSURE Bud Is by Billy B of IS ncbwter 11 M MTK ttto Vt4ii S phpw Wag t cc fifII TilE FHEXCH COACH STA- LLIONQDB Ii4- talereet In French eoch Stud hook of Anter lImNUoous inittSlorIonANIt11loftromloutpedigreeoriginating front a truss of the Iare Arali sires MdhlbrrttbnUlrolll10 the Stuont Money Duo When Services aro Benderel cr 15 to Insure A Utlog Cult Mane tatMc wrtk Per annA atUDtlaa but no rtilonilbUliy fur a clUnu KEib DORSEY GOLDDUSTH So 1201 Thl proettirer of line reid and tliM that are now In demand at pJllrrlchUmake the icaion At f10 to insure a Living Colt ROSCOEA good Mule Jack wilt tint at fJ to insure aUfhog colt Jersey Bull Pedros Great Hopes No 44KI itrnj by old IVlro that cost tllm ant bit tlam a lTlb4 and ox row with am rlf satone uflhlhu wouthriwcrrttuke rUe at World fair with IM Pedro hradlnc the Irs one of hi many honors Will Itue tl at SSeacbi money IrhrIlion given but not rri oiw for arrl t Mt- UBIU TAxruKU Kr DOUBLE STANDARD WmMakef MilAU onen sills North of DantlUe on the Ixilnjion Itike at sis TO KSTOS a LIVRIS COLT Jacltslnitem ky twit Itaaaanl lhrebWrUttwek1SM by IHwMtMl Poa a k 55 Lie be ir Sleniwall Jatkte be Mcjwft- istesa JI be 1 W1taiIetU Deilm lostbl- Sta4aret Is IS I hrids hleb bmmltiitl wttHlMl ret In lie bus tIe kttJe awl a W ad wU Itrori ssetise any enqav Ios KM It nlrrJa set hot aid u lull t llwrMiKi itrky Ktmm whe peW fir JI 005 as uSgaltid 11aM ru AirMttbfl at M per mHiih Care tike 1lIwlot rsseIW sbmM any 9ce Lie rMalMd on mil i f td sepek- Ii U WBlsluEtt DAV1ILL KY Red Squirrel Jr Ni N II 1 Irwwn Stallion US hallS WRPJ steed- lted I Squirrel Nu 5S lie by lltk Sqalrt So 68 rot data by Uro Mounhiettil dli n by Ores Eagle tUoiot librw4j This horse lids proven hlownlt to be tHe of tin lest tirre lera ut faty horse in Ken uckr alwlIIhlftthl tine alas and a tlonty ut arUon o nf S1rreth- aoulred mure good horses than tlit lie will rank th season kt our stable In tsnforil at iO to Insure a Live Colt honeyclue when colt U foaled or snare lUllIl with IIKAIEV IIUO3 Stanford Ky LEVEL AND Jr This tin Jack will malts the islam n of at my tallf ithie late hurst Wllhtn firm spin blan ford anJ will KITS tuSITS at 57 to Insure a Living Colt Cleveland Jr It black with whit uK land high S yean oW ant has rfo himself a was trei hi f lIaUnl o- fMailaonthrOtIdbeeeleT051 Jack sad be renounce him on thiS country On ol bit cults U on exhibition at nt table It E SALIKH Stanlord Ky BICYCLES REPAIRED Moat complete BIcycle Store In Central Kentucky break In a lucy cle Workmanship Guaranteed DANVIUB CYCLE CO 115 Ird St Kanrllle K- yJMPORTANTNOTICE ST To tbe or Siaotord I will sain iupply with inanufaptiued from dIstilled icr by tuutoil Water Llnht let Clbll spuon It fsloeing ei For awl utur cent delivered for lot tlian ino pound V I1 flutxl Order HUM lay hoar I p10 hue the best fi Coil IIIk Luwil Nut at lowest price j II fluteS n Lint ttrllle recsh intl till mud bo paid whe- nitresn5ti All 1I ordr and IIIran Thinking for al favors I ate IUPlfuliili54Phone It A SIMS 3lrr SUTTON Undertaker ustonville Kentucky Oih hit service to the people orWell lJrcoiO- Int Ciwer conmM Knll Onfflmand rtK- alvaraon hand- D 8 Carpentv ManagerS M lntosl1s Livery Feed Stable MCIcI1VZY KY Good lOge at reasonable prices gafp drivers double end single for day or night If wautuiwork Cu uy anil adjoIning oiintloi lclnlll1 Is tho placo to drive from hones well cared for by single feed lay week or month A share of your pa nonage solicited LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEALERS Milledgoville Ky line hand 7C Good Grtisiliiu Hail OtH In three miles of Stanford Will sell any umber a man maywant 10 h HCRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Go4a ant4 Fit GuwantM4l rufltrncaIt A B PRICE iutfeon DentistI Stanford Ky Offloapw UcBobert IflIulldJorR A DENTIST Stanford Kl W BPENNYDDS STANFORD KY ITORIce at Itctlilcnc on Lancaater Stttt I FIRST NATIONAL BANK UK 3TANIXJUD KY CttiiUl Stock 1100000 Sarplm 117633 51 This ImUlullon origInally etlablUhed aa the le KMltBankKf Stanford 1tlbtl1 reorgenls4 M th National hank ofSUnlord In 16M and again mrtanlaed u lbs Pint National liana ol Stanford n IU2 hat bad practically uninterrupted exUt 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