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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t yt t I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOUNhTtY 41Y vtt f VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 29 1900 9 A M f jiltNEWS OF THE VICINAGE London Old Fellows will jtlvo a big picnic July 4 Hurry Jonei of Ilockcastlo caught three red rabbit Madison county will pay 1515 for a court bouio clock IIIburnlnlrR county farmer If dead aged 71 Mlddlciboros assessment has shrunk from 2500000 In 1802 to 1785000 In 1000There nrc425l whlto schoolchildren In Kockcnitle There are 45 colored ones Mr Gilbert presented a bill to In crease Judge O W MeCluros pension to 840 a month An insect exterminator company at Rlphmond with a capital of 121000 bas been Incorporated- A little daughter of Isaac Scott of Mercer fell Into a tub of boiling water and was scalded to death E M Whittle has been appointed postmaster at Wesley Russell county t vice J C Nelson resigned Somerset Is sprinkling ber streets with crude nil that costs llr 0 barrel One more sprinkling will tail a month or t Tho Laurel grand Jury has already returned Indictments and are not through Most of them arc for the literal sale of liquor A party from Lawrcnccburg of 13 couple In 13 burgles drove 13 miles in prove that there Is nothlnir In tho13 superstition and appir ntv proved It Report comes from Manchester that Deputy Sheriff Davidson who was shot there last Monday whlln Irving M make nn arrest had died of his Inju ries John CH n formor county judge of lUiMclI and president of the James town Rank died at his homo of heart trouble He was one of the mot Influ ential cltdens of Russell county The Commercial flub of Somerset elected James L Waddlo president I1 Campbell editor of tho Somerset Journal secretary and George W Waite of the Somerset Ranking Corns pane treasurer Young S Dlshmau of Monllcello while firing n rifle received a wound from the breechpin which was Imbed ded In his skull Just above the eye The doctors removed tho pin but be will probably die The toro of Thomas Roberts at Alum Wavne county was robbed and burned Henry Taylor a farmer lost hl bouse rind Mlrc contents by fire Mrs Taylor was seriously burned while rescuing a child The ravel to lie used at tbn Confed crate Veterans mretlntr at Louisville this week was made from a walnut nurnp taken from the battle fold at PcrryvllJo by James H BauRhraan II T Grav and othnrs Sheriff TolHor and pose lodged In 4 Jail at UlrbmonJ William Fowler white and Henry Hookaday colored charged with Attempting to assassinate James Rninor n waB known young man near Paint Lick The Negro says that he was hired by Fowler to shoot Rutncn Fowler and homer had boon paying attention to the same lady Tbo Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL enlarged and Improved in many ways appeared upon schedule time It takes two hours to read Its news columns and every Item Is fresh nine tenths of Its contents written by one hand with a number three pencil Mr Waltons capacity for collection of news and his judgment of what la news Is scarcely equalled by any llvlnsr man Resides ho knows just how many leads rules spaces and quads there are In his com posing rooms and can toll you any moment In the day or night just where to find tbo ofllcobatchetSomorsetPIT Journal Reduced rules vm Queen C Crescent Route bur thIS fullowini occasions Republican National Convention Philadelphia Pa Juno Hth Democratic National Convention Kansas City Mo Jnly 4th D T P U Convention Cincinnati 0 JUly 1215 G UO O F SomeraotJune 1st A big day at Somerset Special train will leave NJoholasvlUe at 110 A M stopping at points en route to Somerset for this ocjaslon Ball game between teams of Danvllln nod Somerset Great est celebration of the Dont fall t to attend For rule ad schedules see small bills or ask your ticket agent i THAT THHOBBINQ HEADACHE you If you iisnl Dr tingaWouhlulrltly1rue iillrrcr tiarapror rd their walclilfM merit fur sick and Nervous make pure blocul Iud trong s nerre nndIiuUiliip your health Easy to take hew I y5 cell Stoney bark lC pot cured SoM bffD01 DrujjUt A circus performance In Christian county wound up with a panic and a general shooting tIn which half a doz en people wore wounded some of whom may die Alty T CRAB ORCHARD V Capt Dillon and D B Edml ton of Camp Nelson spent Sunday with their famines hero The ladles of tho Christian church will give an Ice cream and strawberry supper In the near future of which duo notice will bo given Great many observers were out with smoked glasses to witness tho eclipse of the sun on Monday morning While It was not total hero yet It presented a sublime spectacle exhibiting the power of an omnipotent God The strawberry supper given ty tbo hues of the Baptist church was a suc cess qulto a large crowd attending It They realized quite as much as they expected and will continuo In their labors as they may deem best in the future Mrs Alice Newlandourelllclentand accommodating depot agent regrets exceedingly the necessity of putting lock upon the gates of our handsome little park here as so many persons are Inclined to the opinion that the flowers are for the public and pluck them ruth lessly If any ooo desires a bunch of flowers It affords Mrs Newland much pleasure to clip them but she prefers doing this herself The railroad com pany Is benevolent enough to provide and ornament our park and as grateful Citizens wo should appreciate It and lend a helping hand to keep It In beau tiful condition rather than despoil It The railroad company has a number of other improvements In store for us If wo will only shown disposition to en courage It which we feel sure the better dabs will do Tho surmises relative to tbo departure of Mr MorrU J Harris and Miss Uallla L Edmiston a few days since proved true They were married in Cincinnati last Thursday evening at 0 oclock by too puator of the Central Christian church at his residence 017 Richmond street Immediately after the ceremony and a tow delightful cour tesies from the pastor and his wife the wedded pair took the train for Wash legion whoro they are spending some day with John EJralatou the brother of tbo bride From there they will con tinue their tour to Philadelphia New York Chicago and Kansas City which latter place they design making their future home It Is with regret upon the part of their many friends that they leave Crab Orchard permanently Mr Harris was one of our generous noblo spirited successful business men and will be missed in the circle in which ho moved He Is certainly to be congrat ulated in the valuable urine ho has won His bride was one of our most lovely young ladles liar beauty of soul al ways wreathed her face with that modesty and gentleness that ever charac tense a true lady She was a faithful and consistent member of the Cbrtktian church whore at each service she was prompt to attend being the organist for both Sunday school and church and hero wo feel that her lots is u calamity to all concerned May their days of joy and xladne know no shadow and may they both work together in bright an ticipation of a happy home beyond this life where love Is eternal U the wish of their many friends CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Eld J G Livingston will preach at Pine Grove next Sunday morning The llJih Prbibytariau General assembly dissolved at St Louis to moot again In Philadelphia In 1001 Thu General Assembly of the Pro byturlan church at Atlanta deollnuci to give its support to woman suttrago After a hot debate the Methodists ut Chicago refused to remove the ban from dancing card playing theatre going and kindred amusements At the London district conference of the Methodist Church over tOO conver dons and double the amount of mis sionary collections were reported The Doyle County Sunday School convention will bo held at Willow Grove School house Saturday next An interesting program has been arranged Rev Hervey McDowell preached two excellent sermons at the Presby terian church Sunday Mr McDowell has removed from Huatonvllle to Whites Station itludleon county Oynthiuna Democrat The Confederates of Kcntuaky have purchased of R A Dodd of Jessamine beautiful tboroughprcd horse as a present to Gen John B Gordon Wil more as the horse Is called Is a fine type of the Denmark stock He Is sol id black six years old of good helgnt and weighs 1145 pounds The Cumberland Presbyterian Gen oral Assembly In Chattanooga adjourn ed aftercenuurlng the Tennessee synod for admitting to the ministry men defi lent In literary training and con demning the action of the Owensboro presbytery In ordaining a woman min liter We haverecelvod from the author Mr Fred Relbold of Dayton 0 a copy of his booklet entitled Alpha and bmejtaIn which he gives a short statement of actual experience with the hope that some poor soul may get a better Idea of God To this end he will send the book free to any one who may desire a copy and will mike it known to Mm LANCASTER Rev J O Massco will soon leave this city to take charge of a church in MansOoldOblolho Aid Society realized about 870 from dinners during the stay of the Jars 24 and 25 Hon Charles K Wheeler was re nominated for Congress In tbe let district without opposition Mr II S Bonslb of Indiana cave a sensible talk on temperance at the court house Sunday afternoon and ho will speak again today Monday Mr W H Wherritt represented our Presbyterians at the National Synod in lit Louis A number of Confederate veterans will attend the reunion at Louisville ExGov Bradley came home Satur day night I have a letter from Mr T C Gulley who went to Denver Col for his health and ho is Improv lag rapidly Tbo Impromptu bop was well attend ed at the Simpson house Friday night Refreshment were served and the hap py gathering did not separate until gray eyed morn began to peep John Bright does not get the reward on giving a reason why our people should not contribute to the rightof way of the Southern railroad because the company does want to comO this way and will do 10IRobert Crow who was struck by a street car In Louisville an account of which was given In tbo Courier Jour nal Is a grand son of A B Brown Sr of tits county lIe was in Gen Cattle mans regiment during tho Spanish war Senator Blackburns suggestion that the constitution of Kentucky be so amended as to return to tbo viva voce vintem of voting reminds toe of the fact that Senator Farris Introduced a bill seeking to accomplish tbatand ev cry democratic member of the Kentucky Senafij voted for it A return to that system Is favored by tho Oarrard democracy Lancaster Is again in tbe lead The pupils of Lancaster Graded School won 14 prizes at the Blue Grass Tourna ment at Winchester which proves the thorough work of Prof J II Paster von and his able faculty Among tbo winners were Cora Ward Ethel West Willie Belle DurnsideWaller Hudson Louis Herndon Marshal Denny Les Anderson Sim Anderson Some won In more than one contest Our boys were a close second in a game of base ball with Harrodsburg Gen Gordon had a large audience on Thursday night and his lecture was pronounced the best ever delivered in this city He was royally entertained by Mr J M Hlgglnbotham The Lan castor Lyceum Company is thankful to Mr G M Patterson tho polite L N agent for telegraphing Louisville and arranging for a special train to bring him from Corbin to Stanford as he had missed tbo regular train at that pain On June Oaf 0 oclock A M at the beautiful home of the brides father Fred P Frlsbio and Miss Alice Hudson will take the marriage vows Rev J Lapiloy McKee officiating The at tendants will be Mss Lizzie Hudson and Mr Houston Face of Old Point Comfort The ribbon girls will be Mlttsos Josephine Hudson Annie Cot ton Jennie Burnslde and Lena Rlgncy Tho prospective brldo Is a daughter Of Mr and Mrs R F Hudson her father being cashier of the Citizens National Dank and sho Is beautiful Jlfto1and cultured and a great favorite in society Mr Frlsblo Ia a popular young druggist Intelligent moral and industrious and has the confidence of the people Both arc related to some of the best families In the country Immediately alter the marriage they will leave lor Asbevlllo N Cund other Southern points Miss May Hughes will play the wcddlngDarcb Tho G A R encampment was a de cided supcess and general satisfaction was expressed A largo crowd was In attendance and the program mentioned In my last was successfully disposed of Friday was a beautiful day and a vary largo crowd was here Capt Herndon disposed of 400 badges which had been provided for tbo veterans The com mittees and other citizens discharged their duties faithfully in entertaining and making it an event that will al ways be pleasantly remembered by host and guest I should like to make special mention of friends from Lin coln and other adjoining counties if somelonowhich Is worth enough so send him over the road Wolfords veterans were well represented and Capt Louis Lundram entertained several veterans who belonged to his fathers Col Lan drams regiment A number of Coo federate veterans with a band met Gen Gordon N W Halley pjaslon agent for this district was likely the youngest veteran who attended tbo encamp went being only 62 years old Still who INTERIOR JOURNAL contin ues to grow better all tho time Fridays Issue was tho first on their seven column new press and let me tell you it was Immense The next move with Bro Walton will be a daily and all that Is necessary is for him just to sot his headMt Vernon Signal Queen Victoria has just celebrated her 81st birthday Cr POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Thank heaven bayonet rule and government by assassination are at an end In old Kentucky Spencer Cour ierThe Cincinnati Enquirer has a die patch from Indianapolis that W S Taylor has got a job with an insurance company and will quit politics and go to work The 4th district democratic conven tion at Bardstown renomlnatcd Repre sentative D H Smith and Indorsed Gov Bcckbam for the democratic gubernatorial nomination Tho Progressive Home Journal of Somerset edited by F J Campbell and L E Hunt has declared Itself for Gov Bpckbum and has placed his name at tbo bead of the paper Gov Beckbam appointed Dr J S Redwine of Jackson superintendent the asylum for the insane at Lexing ton and Dr C C Owens of Maysvllle superintendent of the Feebleminded InstituteEstrayed from Kentucky a fellow by tho name of Taylor He has a pack ago of blank pardons In his pocket and sometimes answers to the name of hog jaw Ho is shy of brass buttons and is a good runner When last heard from he bad his bat oft and was headed north Mayfleld Mirror No matter who are the nominees or wbat the platforms the Issue In the gubernatorial campaign will be Goe bellsm versus Taylorlsm obedience to the law versus lawlessness civil gov ernment versus military government protection to human life verfeus assassi nation Louisville Times Commenting on Senator Blackburns addtees Representative Gilbert said I dont believe in the repeal of the entire Goebel election law bnt I do think It should bo modified I believe we ought to do everything possible to unite the factions of the patty and I think the platform should be broad enough to get all of the elements of the party together After reciting the facts and testing tbo chain of circumstantial evidence that Taylor has forged about himself tho Glasgow Times says If they do not damn William Sylvester Taylor in the mind of every honest thinking man he is not selfconvicted of the highest most horrible crime In the calendar of criminal offenses then In deed justice Is dead and reason has lied from among men In response to Taylors whine that It Is awful to be an exile from home the Oweneboro Messenger recalls the many other awful things that he la responsible for and closes a burning ar ticle thus It ia an awful thing for the brothers sisters and thousands upon thousands of friends of the brave Wil lIam Goebel to contemplate that he lies forever In a grave in the Frank fort cemetery wblje the miserable whelps of hell who plotted his death are still unwblpl of justice Writing of the decision In the Ken tucky case the Richmond Va Time very aptly says The doctrine of States rights Is upbeld by the highest court In the land and that too in language that can not be mistaken The deal Len we say Is refreshing to all who be leave In local selfgovernment as oppos ed to centralized government The republicans of Kentucky had no business to go to the United States supreme court with any such question as this It was an attempt on their part to have the United SUites supremo Court Inter fere in a matter of local government and It Is gratifying to all democrats that the court so fur from giving the republicans encouragement adminis tered a timely and stinging rebuke which Mr Taylor and his associates will not eoou forget The ancients believed that rheumatism vas the work of a demon within a man Anyone who has had an attack of sciatic or inflammatory rheumatism will agree that the infliction U demoniac enough to warrant the belief It has never been claimed that Chamberlains Palo IJalrn would cast out lemons but it will cure rheumatism and hundreds bear testimo ny to the trOth of his statement One application relieves the pain and this quick relief which it affords ia alone worth runny times Its ccst For sale by Craig A Hocker nipcsts Our good friend Mrs M7 Murphy of West Point In sending check for another year for the I J Is partial enough to say Wo can never express our appreciation of Its value to us its regular visits are a blessing which we fully enjoy You have beeu true and eminently faithful to the right through all our State trouble for which we thank you We are getting along nicely in our now bomoI teaueblxltertro ill ukIDlllkris 1rcle 1lIla beoCtenerulebratalC TheyarelteerIltZZHlASOM DOOM Tlifsa are brainthrobbtrgwithmelon the cause and nature will do the rat Jongdrawnthua The best liniment for II li not aliniment email It la tbe lied Circle flit The INTERIOR JOURNAL has enlarg ed to a seven column and Is as full of news aa an egg Is of meat Bro Walton has not been la the paper business 50 or years for nothingLondon Ken tueklan I t t STRUCK BY A TRAIN MISS SUE WOODS PUOBABLY SERIOUS LY INJUKED At 10 oclock this morning a west bound freight train ran into the phae ton of Mrs Annie Eogleman and Miss Sue Woods at Woods crossing throw ing them down a rock embankment Miss Sue fell to the right acd her head was badly cut it is supposedly a barb ed wire fence The doctors sowed up the wound and found no fracture but the concussion was great and the result of her injuries is not yet known Mrs Engleman was hurt about the shoulder but apparently not severely The horse was but slightly hurt but the vehicle was torn to kindlingwood the strike being square in the center At the point the view of a train Is hid by a bluff and the la dies say the whistle was not blown It was close call from instant death and many friends are praying that the dear girl Is not dac gerously hurt IN THE WEST END NOTES UY THE BUSINESS MANAOan Born to the wife of J A Blain a daughterW S Co are getting up an other good stable of horses The wheat crop Is looking well and the acreage of corn is greater than for yearsW R Gooch has moved his watch repairing stock shop and all to a lot on Hustonvllle street In McKinney Dr W L Lowder has built a store room carper Mlddleliurg and Main Streets McKinney and filled It with the purest of drugs- J W McIntosh the McKinney liv eryman has added a number of new horses and buggies and now has n splendidly equipped stable The Favorite Roller Mill at McKinney Is doing a fine business Messrs Kennedy S McKinney the proprietors being hardly able to till all of their ordersG Combest the McKinney drug gist has moved his stock to Wagoner I T He and family made many friends during their short sojourn In Lincoln who bated to give them up Hon B B King has a young Red Wilkes stallion whoso first darn is by the great Allerton and second dam by the speedy Direct He la a good Indi- vIdual and will be a great horse with moro age Mrs D C Allen continues ill al though she may be said to be a sbodeI better Mrs W E Waynant a live who Is visiting her is trying with some success the magnetic healing process on her Pruitt Bros of Moreland are doing a nice furniture and undertaking business Mr George B Prult attends to burials and has made an enviable rep utation caring for the dead See ihelr Iad in another column Those interested in a fair at Huston vlllo this year are requested to meet at James Fryeu store at 130 r M Satur day next to decide whether a fair will be held and if so on what days da Sc Igoat put up by George W Hunn le as big as all out doors and will be a decided improvement to the thriving town when completed Messrs Hunn S Coffey will move Into It about July 101 sooner If possible It Is estimated that WL Evanaiwho makes the round trip by private con veyance from Hustonvllle to Stanford every week and frequently oftener carries an overage of one passenger and a round dozen bundle each trip un rnItultouslAlonzo Vaught aged 30 and Green Preston died near Mllledgevlilej Friday Toe former trouble and the latter onsumptlon1I Both left families Mr Vas burled in the Hustonvllle cemetery Saturday afternoon in the presence of a large crowd The following young people spent Friday thing in Green river and Cni soy and returned with two small fish Misses Mary and Frances Adams Bur nett and Kath1 MeIKlnneNewburn and Messrs Jerry Adams Owen Williams JVolker Pinkerton JjH Rocker and George P Crow J Bt Adams went along all chaperono and H S Zones as guide George E Alford sold to a Missouri party tho standard bred btalllon W JI Lyle ho bought of Columbus Wheeler for 312 He bought a line pair of mules at a fancy price the other day D H C Peyton sold to Danville par ties a gelding for 8100 and another for 860 He bought Saturday a good horse buggy and harness for t55 Lutes ds Co sold to a Junction City butcher a lot of fat cows at 300 John Cloyd sold to T B Robinson a combined mare for 8100 W W Lyon sold to J L Yantle a cow and calf for 850 FatberlRyall lshapeofraldt4SGIvr r L u 1 A ConundrUSMITH i1 On Main street this morning end propounded the Clewing eonusdt l jdUlk Jones could not answer but agreed that it was a goo oBe when Smith tjiM Smith Jones why Is a man with a i6 suit bought a Tke Glob like Ifii W f of new twins 5S JonesI 6dont know Smith why is lie like J new twint- TSmithliecnuse lies got twice as much as he expected Moral Buy you suits here and like the mRnwhhthe twins you wjll git more than you expect or bargain forf t 4 J Hats Shoes Furnishings It Pays m Trade A THE GLOY3E Your money back If youre notiatisfled lf Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman Co TALLFor PCents APERf In my Store reAdy to hang I have 30000 rolls of newest j ttltrBS1 Wall Paper prices 4c 5c Cc 7c and 8c roll on tip to Ik flwwlBiade We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in KentuckyY- ou see the paper matched up jtist as it will look on the wall ad get itat once SuppliesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KY No 300 Main Street W C GREENING HU5TONVILLJJ KY Has just opened and has ready for your lnepeotleii a splendid stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE I Including a full and complete llneof Iicarries Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons ha tie will forjmoney Call on him and take him your produce aic i- r NeedIPaints 4 Oilslift iConsult Jac j Craig Hoeker Stanford L A C SINECO- NTRACTOR VlLDEf STANFORD KENTUCKY anclImans hip and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded during the 15 yearn that I have been in business hereII I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dress t Lumber nth Shingles Etc J I will duplicate any prices offered J N A lll 8PN Jr J A ALLEN aco s Cc12tractorsrsd I3uild STANFORD KY Have now a tock of Itulldlnc Material Yellow Ifnq Floorf ShlnllelllllIJiU Conks v n in American Wire F t r IIr i Try It And You Will Be T4lt f C Geo- U jarF1 Wj v ti L j I IRE INTERIOR JOURNAL IftMtFORD KY MAY 2g iO- w 1 WALTON f I openingwlde the doors to all who fi by partlclpatlni iB the conventions will eel honor to support tbo norat mewl the State committee remind 8tbe voters that the democrat of Kentucky are a lawabiding and peaceloving people and will welcome to their rank f M who Ion liberty and justice and bite thcfe rlwjwlteve In civil came nod djle military Usur patron and the ado t1oeof murder as a warfare with thoseweapon of party who abhor the way courts liar been defied andijiHrtfce obstructed l cerjtruw to Join the fomwrtay In stamping out thopoillble MHirrMM tit such Infa rates and rdw Hfaftt4 honor of the i StatorSurely Afe V feberal enough and broad eaoa w yet h every demo cratWho hesetraiptidfrotn the fold an- bringbotkesappertof democracy tb- bestuenot M1PLetaLleaHbct K te tfeeiiKjclvcsdemocratj Infamies ef8 iJ ijettn known uotnorQlk 6 Kent CkI mCh1moodeditor awl wwiMkandy with the pie tol ae with the p4n Hb fought several duels the last with John Mordecal bU rival IB lb aecttoD8 of Miss Mary Tripl U fcirWwR as the belle of the South aiHl 4tHoithe handsomest woman whoever lived At a ball she BbbwS bar preference for Mordecai whlc acgered MaCarty and he left the room lbarage They met after warte trt hlfrohlbwllllre a quarrel enwMd IB wlll kMorde r knocked hit aotafooitidoWa McCarty Immediate ly challenged him to mortal combat and intheduelnext day killed Mor dtral sad was himself desperately woiadedafa which saved him from ab eglermlaprlse MUa Triplet rrlledIHr 1 afterwards showing that she and for slither of the men who fought over her and that and the fact that ha bad kf11 dbU beet friend made McCarty a itteluee and a woman 1atertmcIreH6ived him of hl- woes IN nearly all e his many splendid speeches made darlftg hie gubernatorial cfttupilgn Coy Gocbel said be did net wait to brthe chief executive of Keotuokv uhjee Uia honor carrier with it theirvtlrge of signing J C S Blackburns erettioUala as U S Seas torj eMelloHtne deadly aim took a chat rwlvitttffe treat him but his worthy euceeaeor Gov Beckbam had thebooor day or twaftco of signing the papers and wan mlttlog them tot Washington While he was actidg governor Taylor refuted to sign tho credentials though there was no cloud Op Blackburnfl Utle anti it is well now he didnt A teay ia the U S Senate with Taylorevod remotely connected with It would disbeBer the great and noble matt whose Kentucky delights to honors are Helper a lawyer nor the oar Of a lawyer but clalra to be able to un Idertttod aa apparaaUy clear provision of law That Uiers shouk be any con I Uroversy or diffa reBee et opinion over I whether B gwepiwr shall be elected this fall or not sweetie almost ridicu Joue after rettdiBK the eoaetltutlon on jtbe bectyter are those who ynoelecMoBh Meeesarv and that- courtofie appeals must construe the w on the eubjeot to settle the ques tions Lawyers like doctors disagree bbougbsnd between technicalities and kair splitUp fr s the layman Is usually ifs In bU d eUkM aBddeductlons THE lubsldiced Louisville Dispatch yenta that arbh traitor John Young Brown to be the republican nominee for governor and profaMea to think ibMjCbe wilt wake the race under thoasicogdltlona that Goy Beckham or anY ofiiet democrat would not stand the ghoMW 1 a show Aa rancb as Brown has do K lBt the party rtbat made him all heever aBlt Is hardly Iboeght hewill throw oIYihl disguise landcom out tahUfreal colors Iriientbut cfiOa1 Cincinnati that benkentuckyll called at the Na ionai Otlveutl DiTarlor1I arlsean- dPeeotthenameofCovW0 Brad 9 forlce president TheBtory hath fishy odor fortwo rea oa i The prat- wedonotbelieve Bradley would np reciYe the honor frovv iioh a man f endlllw second that governor ofII eoiiivanla hainVye promised I raDtra8fJIttIQB suspects iA ertaln a there 1 a God Ken tuck Illaomeday Ie free piped Tut eProm JUailee Taylor at are bUe club entertaialent In his tit I 4lanapei wfaern he is edioVathlslbielDgiaken by M bOkottae ol ei dalwf ae there la a God ylor wilt IOlDeJatfaceaj that Iii not tet him free by a shot d GovBlt ur tht to put such a ok tie b a4 Tarlerand Flnley h8wlU bet brought hack to Kens oultlllWlPf Co sequlBltlon braid aul perwlttei to defy 4 oh y pavetreRMla la tbie man- ibey woott lf e alt iura U offered Mea Rill be- frill bridge tb fc III one i t another rWOB- MixYt a r 1oed r u I cis IT Is said that Taylor has IntoI the llfo Insurance business lit IndianI apalla It it dollars to that his company will not Insure his life until ho proves that he isnt shortly to shuffle off this mortal toll at the end ofa hangmans noose MOUNT CANT IPELLED- The refusal of Gov Mount to honor requisitions for the Kentucky assassins who have made of Indianapolis a city of refuge has evoked some discussion toILIon of the United States which Gov Mount swore he would support when installed In oQIce contains this provis Ion A person charged in any State with treason felony or other crime who shall lice from justice and be found in another State SHALL on demand of the executive authority of the State from which he lied be delivered up to bo removed to the State having juris IiHenry Campbell Black the ulshcd author of legal works dlSUnjl1 commentary on the When the requisition Is made by the necIssa uA TiVB DCTV of tho governor of tho State In which the fugitive Is found TO COMI hethIeraccording to the laws of the State to which he has tied But if the governor refuses to comply with the requisition there is no way of compelling him to do so The U S court can not force the governor of u State into dlscbarg Ing his The dutIported by a decision of the supreme court of the United States rendered In 1801 in a proceeding by Berlah Magof fin governor of Kentucky against William Dennlson governorof Ohio Willis Lngo charged with violating an antebellum Kentucky statute making It a felony to entice a slave trom the service of hIs master escaped to Ohio and the governor pf that State refused to honor Gov MagolHns requl sltlon for his return The latte then applied to the supreme court for a writ of mandamus to compel him to do so The writ was refused but the opinion by Chief Justice Taney thus scored the Ohio governor When the con stltutlon was framed and when this bejlIevedtual interest would insure a faithful prorlsIlionthe execution of a compact absolutely essential to their peace and well below in their Internal concerns as well as members of the Union Hence the use of the words ordinarily employed when an undoubted obligation is required to bo performed It SHALL be his duty But If the governor of Ohto refuses o discharge this duty there is no power delegated to the general government either through the judicial department or any other department to use any coercive means to compel him These quotations show that there Is no provision of law by which Gov Mount can be prevented from becom fog famous by making himself infa mous and he has well earned the latter distinction If not the former In refusing to perform this ministerial duty made mandatory by the con stitution enacted Into law by Congress and construed by the supreme court to mean what It says he shows an utter disregard of the sanctity of his oath of ollice and Is morally guilty of GoebelV murder In becoming an accessory after thefact by shielding the principals from the punishment they so richly deserve ADDITIONAL LOCAL Tnt eclipse was witnessed here un der perfect conditions and many a smoked glass was brought Into play The obscuration began about 045 was fullest an hour later and by another hour the moon had moved herself entirely out of the way Tne atmosphere assumed a hazy appearance and inner rooms grew dark but the phenomenon was not eulllclent to scare the colored populatloQ as the total eclipse 31 years ago The marvelouinees of the exact calculation of the astronomers was again demonstrated amid the wonder of the people FOR beating up Policeman Arthu Jones with rocks and sticks when he went to quell a disturbance at a Negro festival at Hustonvllle Saturday night George Armstrong caught a fine of 11350 Bill Nett 825 and Mose Willow by and another darkey got ICO days in jail each Mr Jones Is considerably hurt The chicken thieves arrested In Mer cpr were held In default of ball on the testimony of Robert Turner who turn ed States evidence The others then said that Turner Is the van who killed Ed Cassell in Jessamine when he went out to see who was after his chickens and for whosd murder the Kendalls are held at Nicholaavllle Leonard Smallwood and Hamp Gregg are on trial at London for the murder of Mlllard Hughes The witnesses detailed how Hughes while at a dance at East Bernstadt bad his head blown off by Leonard Smallwood Hughes ac cording to the evidence was begging for hie life when murdered- A company with a capital of 7500 was organized at Danville Saturday to hold an old fashioned fair tne first week in August The company has bought the fair grounds for 87500 Averllle James had his right hand torn oil and Berry Barnes was terribly Injured while dynamiting fish In Mercer fRev T J Walton shot F Gray at IfcMton Id aquarrelpyer a lettuce bed At BRIEF NEWS NOTATION The Lexington Elk will have arioth er fair and carnival Aug 1418- Giuseppe del Puente the renowned barytone died suddenly In Phlladel phlaJohn Wilson of Elktou Ala died from eating rough on rate for curiositys sake A train of 21 cars left Topeka Kan carrying 20000 bushels of corn to the famine sufferers of India John Green of Laporte Ind hung himself because his wife quarreled atj him for getting on a tear After a good deal of prodding the L d lfinally subscribed 1500 to tho Confederate reunion fund Buffalo N Y will endeavor to se cure the 1001 reunion of the Confeder ate Veterans Association Mra Ellin Polock of Chicago sacri fired her life In an effort to Have tho life of her two year old daughter It 16 said that General Manager J G MetcaUe of the L C N will resign to accept a position on the Rio Grande Six men who had been delegated by a secret society to put a man out of th wry wero convicted of murder atI Pottsville Pa Col H P Potter a Bowling Green banker and a member of one of the oldest and best known families in thoj State is dead- President Milton H Smith of the L h Nibas bought 10000 acres of laud fronting the bay at Galveston Texas for speculative purposes Five men were killed and a saw mil was wrecked by the explosion of a boiler at McFerrlns Mill 10 miles West of Covington Tenn Highly successsul result were ob talned by scientists who observed the eclipse of the sun in the path of total ity The weather was clear in the SouthPresident Kruger Is said to have sued a proclamation to the Transvaal burghers asking if they desire to con tinue the war or prefer peace Mean while Lord Roberts advance to tho North continues The new 85 silver certificate note will contain the portrait of an Ameri can Indian In full war trappings The rear of the notes contains two figure fives in large sUe and in the centre the letter V following the style of the new 82 bills The capital invested in the United States In manufacturlrg playing cards U 5000000 and the annual output 30 JOOOOOO packs Ninetenths of these are made by two concerns which send them to every country in the world save France and Italy where govern mental monopoly controls their manu facture LAND AND STOCK Red yearling bull fo sale James WoodsaThe Advocate reports the sale of hogs at 5e W A Carson had a fine Jersey cow to die last night Good fresh milk cows for sale W H Shanks Stanford Mark Hardly bought of T D New land a few calves at 2250 Lutes S Co sold to W C Myers 27 good grazing heifers at 823 PerrIn l Menefee bought of Joab Rlgney a bunch of butcher cattle at Sic iLt Gibson had a walk over in the Derby yesterday no horse be ing found to start against him Fiftyseven Shorthorns of the famous Montrose herd brought an average of 812257 W U Lillard gave 8140 for Miss Davis Over 2000 people are engaged In picking strawberries in Lower East Tennessee counties E P Woods S Sons sold to E P Faulconer a fiveyearold mare for 125 aid to Beaxley Bros a liver horse for fUoi P P Johnston ha retired from the presidency of the Trotting Horse Association at Lexington and has been succeeded by R P Stoll A Texas firm sold at the Kansas City stock yards 1107 straight grass ewes at 13 07 The sheep had been shorn be fore shipment and the price Is a record oneSimon Welbl bought Od cattle at Barbees distillery In Woodford count to be weighed July let at 4c and sold to John Veach of Jessamine 200 fogs to be weighed same date at 4e Sales of 22 ewes with lambs Included at 025 IOU slop cattle at 4lc six high grade Shorthorn calves at 2350 and 40000 pounds of wool a an average of 21 cents are reported In the Harrod burg Democrat The Belmont Stake worth 215000 to the winner was won at Morris Park by the good Kingston colt Ildrlrn owned by H Eugene Leigh of Lexington In winning the race the colt broke the track record for a mile and three eighths by H seconds The Stanford SemiWeekly INTEU lost JOURNAL has been enlarged to a sevencolumn instead of a six column folio Always the best and brightest It Is now where old Enquirer was In his famous race first the rest nowhere However so long as we can keep In sight of It wo will take Inspir ation from the model newspaper of Kentucky Richmond Climax Taylor says be will not decide wheth er he will be the republican candidate or governor of Kentucky1 this year un ill after the National republican con ventloo Tbo General Association of Kentucky Baptists will meet at the Third Baptist church Owenaboro the Rev Fred D Hale pastor June 10 at 10 A M Edward Hill formerly with the Gig Four has been appointed roadmasterof the Lexington division of the Cincin- natI Southern Mrs John A Fulton wife of th- rState election commissioner dled BarditowB yecterdayi sa 7ifr a0- r wArTTEr Walnut Logs Lumber and Trees Address 0 0 MENOEU JU DUO CO Louisville Ky FOX t LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand nnd foraalo at all tl- meaMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean bells aplondsd table Everything firstclass Porter meet all trains 80 FRITH HOTEL F FSAHCISM Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY lltat Hold In the mountain rates enMrrr Porteri InN all train SierLM attention to trtt ding turn TheIGreenStore HUSTONUILL6 New Stock of Dry Goods NotionsGents nishing Goods Shoes ClothingHats Carpets Mattings c They were nil bought before recent ad vances and consequently the prices are lower than other stocks bought since gDods went See my new line of Hot Weather Clothing Low Cut Shoes and Straw lints JAMES FRYE Desirable Farm At Private Sale Doslrlne to cbnnge climate on account of my health I will Idl at private title my farm of J0 acres la weal Lincoln County Kentucky Sy4 miles Fret of JltntotiTjIle nod IX mttoa Wont of McKlnney on C 8 It K This faun and improvements are among best In the llluo Grass region of lien lUll The dwelling U a modern brick and metal rout containing 6 rooms wIth halls porch and verandah Outbuilding Include two splendid antlcomtnodlou barns with 24 box nn thed room for tea cattle nree sIeep other building Include lci house buggy houses moot louse coal house ttoultryhouw flower pit Mud d tenant iiouo of ye room All buildings are ID nr lela and comparatively new Never falling orchard of bet rorlotv of fruit Tire of this farm hInrgrJortlonJlrstolasj lend Abun dance of never falling water four rock walled pond In addition to branch through one side of price 500 nerv of farm In blue grass or meadow with Ie acme In xiheat and corn fencing In o ctrilent COt dition and abundance In unntlly- TliU farm U ID good shill for division It so desired as it lays utmost In a MtU bounded on North and ut idea by HIM tonrllle and MrKhumij Turnpike Tub homo and farm hut to lie aen to be appre elated Any wublfi m ecllrlt a wry Ueslrablo luce WIN rarely taut with an opportunity to find this qualitynu tint mar ket Turns liberal Any pwrwjn rteslriuj to Inspect the premises are Invited to call on or address meat ICyrTO THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJESTCL8SS Hotel In theclty tanking a 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the dour to all parts o the City Evervhlng neat and clean occasionallyemployed in a or the rfyhrKindcf of and 1ethings about the place means more months and years of service Is the lind ft made for the oseond0thatanybodyesn- sgpPytTrysanacarricee t y mw h lledboalifonfenctxfch chijr settee or anything tut mutt withstand a cx are W D MfiijIJnt 0L Tt s uy a 5- r lr HON HARVEY HELM Is a candidate tth District to tile ICansasCltconvirotlon sub Ject to tho action of the democratic party HON GG GILBERT Congrefromaction the party rosy take DINK FARMER Is n candidate tor Jailer subject to tho action ot the democratic party lie solicits your support JOHN C PEPPIJESI- s a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count partyFOR RENTOood property In tho town of Oran Orchard W LANIiaitAP ICrlger Ky HOTEL FOR SALE tNIIDIt Hol l tu Somerset ith gnpJ hustnei will Sell or trade for gootl stock fans pmtnellalt- a raooAMIITInIOR R- MALPOSTED I herehy yarn all as troD tmsputln on lay f rm for any purnnM wbtur-WM LANltOIlAV Krlgrr Ky Ttln1lFace NlarttAenenhettu Ky Paper Hanging And Painting See mo before you let our painting I will save you money I will furnish and It on the wall from loo up In oIlierllUton wllls11 you paper as cheap lit you lebolawork guaranteed JJ IIKLDFN Stanford Ky Painting Repairing yourbultVExperienced men to do It and work gunrun teed You can have your old vehicle made new fur wry little money J II QUEKIt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULACUREMa- nufactured 7W Adams t Co 1alnt Lick la a guaranteed sure run for horses and mules ntlllctcd with Fistula Iallevll SWInney Scnitcbes Saddle hells Hard and Soft Enlargements Oreany Heel ifletemper Ac For site by W Otte drag Ist Stanton M K II UbJ lIb re Ltliertjri O M Thompson Kln vlllei A It Ostdwelli WaynesburR Dunn anUrlllc Ky F Compton Milled- gevilleSummer Goods LijhtUnderwear Negligee Shirts Silk Shirts LowCutSfyoes Serge Coats With or Without Vests Luster Coats Straw Hats Crash Hats Bel- tsSOFTTIES Etc HJa jncROBERTS jJ+ c+ tcGLMy UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalcar In ZUtKXil IISDLIIY0f Unford Ky 4 4 ISTANFORDS BUSY STORE I Literally bristles with Low Prices nnd Great Value We have opened the way for ECONOMICAL SHOPPING And our Inducements ore rent and sulntnntlal SPECIAL ATTRACTIONSFor Tilts Week Domestics We will again yell 10 ymdn of Calico to ends customer for 3Je per yard Olipclced Shining A ton corker brand worth 7r goes this week for 4je 20 Pieceof Outing worth 7c special thin work HM Ticking per yard fie 8flinch perralll 5e Apron Checked Gingham Ijc IClothing DovV Welsh Tunis lOc Tlovs Linen Suite allo colUr don ble bresetetl largo read buttons worth JI S3 only 7Kc Boys Linen fonts well mstl only 35o does Imitation Vest Suite In wash goods co for 18c Mens Linen Tint 4So Men Linen Suits 2 Men1 Ill ck Worsted rant Me- A hIlt linn of the eZM Punt left to cosent 4138- Remember wo are sole illstrlhnter of ThlIbest Pants In the world Shoes Ladies hlflcV Oxofds only 39c A nil Drive 100 pairs Ladles vesting top Tan Oxfords 50c Ladles lace turned sole shoes black or tan worth 3 only II OS Mens Tan Shoes worth t180only 03c- McnV Plow ShOt as low as 73c Notions Furnishings 3 SjxjoU Maehlhd Thread lOc 2 Hunches Finishing Braid So Drive 10 dozen ladles fast black 1IlIg hosu 6c Grey Cotton How 0 pair for 25b 20 Dotcn Tail half hose inercor1tc pnl high colored and toes worth 25cl special this week Hit Illg Drive Ladles Klbbetl VosU 3 for tOe Mans fancy Ilalbrlggan Underwear worth II only 48o ter suit Muns Negligee Shirts collars and cults attached 35c Mens Silk JJwom Shirts worth lipe of oOciig lat Madras Shirts two collars worth 73c only 4aoSMens good work Shirts 3 for lloyu Shirt Walsti I6c One lot MenlSJ5c Suspender will bo closed out for 16c Ladies ReadyTo Wear Garments One lot of Percale Shirt Waists plain and tucked detachable collars worth 75c this week die Linen Skirt braided In white apron efiectsworlb Mo for 60o- llluo Duck Skirts Irluimcd in white braid worth fIW only tSe t Ladles Crash Skirt la Leru and C lIore only roc Illaok Wort ted Skirts worth 1 156go for PS- cPercallne Underskirts In good brfgh colors worth 76c this week ago In Millinery Mens situ Buys Hats and Ckps Carpets Mailings liege Lace Curtains Trunks Valises Ac we carry the inert carefully selected nltndIprices arc shaped with view to succes fuly move our Immenio stock Louisville Store SHLINCER BROS PRORS TC RANEY MGR Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New Jersey ORCANIZED 1845 Assets 6911971778 Liabilities 181070721 j Surplus 502509322 The lint Policy The lest Company Annual Dividends Before pUcinj year ap plicatlcatlon for Life Insurance ac- eR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky Cjrltcfcrcncet Our Policy Holders = S UIG LINE OF CLTHIN G ft For Men Hoys and Children ODD PANTS K SPECIALTY he See our Line of custom Made Pant at 1250 to II 21 per pair W E PERKINS r Crab Orchard Ky Dont ForgetThat tho Juvenile Shirts ore going New lot in silk Just received TlleleIplease tho little ones When you come In to buy your J SHOES AND HATSAsk for these ShirU Straw Hats from COc to 3 Call on us CALDWELL LANIER DanvilleiThe Leading Shoe and Furnishing Hou o of Danville THE FOX ART GALLERYcDANVILLE KYJThis is now the most Gallery In Central Kentucky having been re contly equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses the now discovery In optical science to say to the Ladies that I THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of the very J barest Designs irk OuidilgarPatterns never sold In this locality beforehave to be seen to be appreciated Suit paintingeAmongqellcate pictures Colorl and aU pictures that re dulro a dainty frame When In DanvlUe call and see us and get our prices Wo will sue you money t 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Kyli Stanford Female College COMMENCEMENT CALENDAR Tuesday May 20th at 8 r ff The Art Reception at the College Sunday Juno 3rd at 1045 A M The Anniversary Sermon by the Rev J RSY age of Danville at the the Baptist Church i Wednesday June Hb at 8 rFs The Annual Concert at the Opera House j z June 7th atlOiQO A x Commencement Address by the Rev W H Ryalleof Richmond Conferring degrees oo Graduates at t1te era IItjwe a He L rw INTERIORJOURNALSTANFORD E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUB bOlt materials combined with care skill and accuracy Insure Rood results No other methods aro ever used In our proncrlptlon work Penny drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP 1ut SiAMMNy wont to Lebanon Friday Miss MAUY Dlini spent eoveral day at GIVENS went to Louis vlllo yesterday p Miss EVA CALDWELl of Waynes burg was hero rldayiMit WS WAHUEN is visiting his daughter In LouUvlllo J A CORMlNY and wife went to LouUvlllo yesterday morning MR HOIIBKT 0 PAUUIS of Loul yule spent a few days with his parents Dlt W A fJiiovvN of 1arknvllle wan the gueat of Ills nephew Dr E J Brown JESSK C MBKSHOS has been made chairman of the board of trustees of W G WELCH spent several Iays in Wllllambburc on legal business last week JlDCiE D II CAlm and wife o Glasgow aro visiting Mr and Mra J G Lynn Mas Eu WILKINSON and children aro visiting Mr and Mrs Frank Wilk inson at Burgle MU D 1 SlIEWMAKKU and wife of Moreland came down Friday night t hear Gun Gordon MR P M McKlNNEY of Abilene Texas Is with his father AU MoKIn ney at McKlnney SQUIRE HCSSKLL DiLLioN and faml ly of Livingston were guests at the howo of J II pucker MKSSIIS Jos AND JACOU GiNSCono I wont to Liberty Sunday to too after their ttoro at that point LITTLE KOUKRT FENZEL who has been attending school In Cincinnati returned homo Saturday Mss IlKLKN THURMOND of this county ebbed a successful erm of school at Brodhead Friday Mit AND Mita UKECIC GIIAVIIS of Livingston were hero to consult Drs Carpenter and Urown Sunday OUR friend Johu n Nichols count clerk of Doyle wlllljulld a handsome rculdonce on Lexington Street In Dan villa Joni LUTBH of Lutes k Co went to Lancaster yesterday to buy stowk atjJ will go from there to Frankfort and Louisville Da J D rirmJS of Crab Orchard Joined his daughter MM J F Cum min hero yesterday and went wit hot to Louisville Miss KLLBN UUTNUR of Itockcastle who has been In Cincinnati for treat went for eye note and throat has re turned much Improved- AS many of the ladies of tho sowing club will bo In LouUvlllo and oUe where this week the regular meeting Is post lamed till Thursday Juno 8 MK Me VHHAT leaves this week for Texas to reside No better demon oral or cleverer gentleman has Kentucky dirt from his feet in years Miss JENNIE LYNN U In Mlllcrabur g to attend the commencement and with banister Miss Mamie to Cincin matt where she will become Mrs Joe Claunch TIMOTHY W PBNNINGTON graduates lu the Acadumlo Course at the Mid dlesburo University School the commencement exercises of which occur June 4th D 11 HAMILTON and handsome wlfo came up from Louisville Friday to see hit father Mr I uao Hamilton Mr II Is with the Mallard Flouring Mill Co one of the biggest concerns In th rail City Mils J F COYER of Turnersvlllc t was visiting Mr and Mrs B Cover latter part of last week and Inclden qjtally took In tbo commencement oxer at the opera hall Somerset Journal p A TWADDLE has bought Pear sows restaurant and Mr Pearson will takochargo of the Log Cabin Howl JuDd lit Mr Carrier the present manager of the Log Cabin will retire Corbln Pathfinder to a private dwelling JtDUEE J BltOADDUS a cousin of Mrs J W Rout was nominated for judge of the Kansas City court of all peals by the democrats last week He U a natlvo of Madison county and since bo has made hla home In the Wcttt has been signally and repeatedly honored by his constituents COL LOUIS LANDHAM of the Lan castor Record was on Saturdays train bound for Lexington Ho Is one of the most appreciative men of the merits of others and the most depreciative of his own that wo ever knew and will go further to return an Imaginary or other favor than anybody Mil E W WYNANT wife and son Edgar of Luavenwortb Kas were gjjesta of Mr and Mrs D C Allen on their return from a meeting of the Mystic Shrlnera at Washington of which Mr Wynant Is a member He la also freight agent of the Missouri Pacific coda call with Mr Allen at this otllco convinced us that ho la oven cleverer than Mr Allen had de scribed him i MRS S W FoitoY and Miss Ida Twidwell of Elkhorn and the these Johnbtone of Hustoovllle will arrive today to visit Miss Pearl Johnstone Kato Bogle aged 12 daughter of Dr and Mrs J C Bogle of this place has been awarded a gold medal the the publishers of Stfirst prize by ti olas tonne best ompolttloa contaltdnlt lobo word wheel 9H Advooate- Cy D VICTOR BALLOU Is 11 of Inflam mation of tho stomach Miss HUUHARD cordially invites the public to her art reception at the College tonight MRs W A TltlUULE and Miss An nlo Tribble will go to Loulsvlllo today toattcnd the reunion Mos Gus HOFMANN and Miss Sue Rout went to LouUvlllo yesterday to visit Miss Annlo Carr s JUDGE RO WILLIAMS sends us a program of the commencement oxor cises of Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute which are now on and closo Juno I andlgiven by Capt and Mrs J A Doty of Garrard to Lewis L Doty and bride and report a delightful time FHANIC IlOLTZCLAW lit back from Wyoming for a few days lie has bought an Implement business at Car roll that State and will wove his tam fly thither soon Uls health la already tfomowhat Improved wo arc glad to say LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work LOT of nlco carpets at Bentley k Hays UNEHDA Refrigerator or Ice Chest Seu Warren ik Shanks TAKE your watches clocks and job work to Embry fc Engleman miss getting those Co Bargain fPercales at Severance k Sons FOR SALE Two fresh Jersey COWl good milkers Box 101 Stanford promptlyand accu rately filled at Craig d Hookers oJoNa9 gives his Cut Price Sale this week on gentlemens shirts Now Is the time to buy ANOTHER nice rainelf night and It looks this morning like wq will have some inure- MCKINNEY ban t a Brown democrat but aba has some mighty green und black republicans McKlnney Cor Somerset Journal IT U more than probable that excur LbanooIto the 4lh o July celebration hero TUB peculiar ofafullcrown partridge following n hen and eating with the little chicks can be seen any UraoatMr William Burtons NBVB comes from Mu Vernon the Egbert Flub was accidentally shot tho leg law last night The wound Is not dangerous and we wero unable to find out how It occurred THE Ladles Missionary Socie ty of the Presbyterian oburch will hallhopen 61 M Admission 26 cents Come everybody SOME of our pcoplo who attended the G A R meeting at Lancaster ar mean enough to say that the people o II that enterprising little village bit o more than they could masticate DEATH Tho wife of Jarrett Berry died at her homo near Highland Fri day of consumption and was buried Saturday afternoon at Mt Morlab church She was about 30 years ole Bio GARntTL Llllard just lover the line In Boyle has the biggest garden In this section Six acres of It aro In cabbage and a brother of John Chrlstman our boss gardener attends to It ONLY eight colored persons prosont ed themselves before examiners Miss Kato Bogle and L II Hughes OI them threo got first class certificates one second two third and two failed en tirely toPo are run every other Sunday via Queen C Crescent Route Next date u Sunday June id Special trains Excellent ser vice and schedules IT Is refreshing to observe that while Lancaster sent SI2u5 Lawrunceburg t1 gad other towns various sums to help pay Taylors soldiers Stanford didnt send a cent Our republicans either do not think they ought to be paid or have nothing to contribute to the fund AOAINSTTHEM gentleman who spent some time In Whitley county tells us that ho was surprised to find a decided sentiment among tho best republicans there against Flnley and Taylor somoof whom spoke in harsher terms of both than ho had heard any democrat use In speaking of them C EliI3eazley bus engaged the opera house for Juno 2 for his annual elocutionary contest for which bo has secured the following young ladles and will get several more Misses Baughman Richmond Roberts Danville Grltlln Lexington Carpenter Mlllersburg Pinkerton Huston vlllo and Bottle Lancaster IF those who contributed to the fund to pay the expenses of Messrs Hubble Alverson and Embry Indicted In the U S court would come forward with their donations the treasurer E 0 Waltoc would be enabled to turn over the money to the gentlemen to pay lawyers fees Until they do so be can nota very clear proposition HUSTONEILLE AIiIti6more than likely that Hnjtonvllle will have a fair this year The exhibition last year as well as those of ojheryeara have been successlul from every standpoint and we see no good reason why our West End friends should II not try It again A meeting at James Fryea store Is called for next Saturday afteraoga at 130 jrhesi adecision wlUbe ratobad ICE CHESTS refrigerators o at Higgins McKlnneys SAVE your potatoes by buying lug finish which kills W13 MoRobcrts A DANVILLE ball team was beaten at nustonvillo yesterday by the local nine 14 to Folt SALE PRIVATELY My real dance and store bouse the latter occu pied by Pennys Drug Store J W Hayden THE census enumerators begin a ilk log Impertinent questions Friday and have the month of Juno to finish their work Iq AL G FIELDS great minstrels will TheyItowns so r to keep from losing a night on a long jump POLICY HOLDERS Any one hotel IITo written by mo will find me old stand with only the best of companies and wlil look after them and renew same as I have dune for five years Pay do attention to what anyone may toll you Thanking you fdr past favors Respt Jesse D Wcaren- ONE cent ajnllo going and coming the rate to Loulsvlllo till the morning trains of June 1 On that morning at Ilauihero arrive In at 1050 In time to see the grand parade Faro for round trip 210 Returning leave Louisville at 030 v M Miss GEORGIA tie school at Walnut Flat closed Friday with an ex amination which showed the following pupils to be worthy of honorable men tlon they having received over 85 of a possible 100 Minnie Boone OIL Anna Chancellor 25 Blanche New land OOt Maggie Coffey 801 Clarence Boone 851 Geo Chancellor 83 10 Shelby Coffey SO 10 Jennie Coffey 83 10 U there Is a single man who doubts that wo print and send out 3000 copies of the INTERIOR JOURNAL twice a week be Is cordially Invited to step In to the press room any Tuesday or Friday morning be may select and count them Ho will see the mammoth machine draw six reams or more of white paper Into Its capacious maw anti observe what a task It Is to mall so many papers prettyuprimary The regularly appointed oftlcers of the election did not suit the mayor and he substituted others The regulars In eluding Judge J M Philips late of Stanford declined to give up the bat lot box and on persisting attar a sec owl demand were arrested and lodged jail with Negroes criminals and Iin It The officers Issued a red hot which Is published in the Star shown us by O V Gentry In which they call on democrats to assert their rights and take occasion to flay the mayor alive REV R R NOEL w arrived home yesterday says that during the month ho spent In Tennessee he preached three weeks at Lenoir City where be had 27 professions and added 12 to the church At Knoxvillo he aided Pastor- Snow In a weeks meeting with three additions Said ho further Tho rain nothingIward and as froth as In Stanford The INTERIOR JOURNAL was like a latte from home twice a week for which I thank you I enjoyed some good Dab Ing In Tennessee river Saw them take lout some weighing 00 pounds The I ato was the drum of about seven pounds weight When asked where was from and being told Kentucky the people would walk around me to see my pistol and bole knife bu when the natives found I was a peace commissioner they couldnt do too much for mo IN face of our refusal bring Gen Gordon hero for a third time and spite or our expressed convictions tha they would lose money several Confed erate soldiers viz Messrs M C Saulley W G Welch J W Alcorn and G W DoBord guaranteed for E H Beazley who was to get nothing ou of It the expenses of the lecturewhlch were about 812o the excess of that amount to go to the Perry vlllo Battle Field Park As the recelps were only fOO It will be seen bow heavily they bad the bag to hold We did well with the general the first time but loat about 815 on the second trip the receipts fulling oil over 100 per cent Lectures dont go hero as we have bad impressed on us by the loss of more than 1100 In the effort to provide such entertainments It Is a shame though that grand old Gen Gordon should have to address empty benches and that he did here Is no compliment to our people After being presented by W S Burch Esq In a neat little speech Gen Gordon eloquently told of the hardships that the Spartan band of Confederates endured and of the bravery they exhibited un paralleled even under the most adverse circumstances The lecture was interspersed with laughable stories and per sonal reminiscences and was a gem both In composition and In delivery Those who missed It missed a rare feast of reason as well as a How of soul IromI the biggest hearted man living It Is not likely that his dear old voice will ever echo hero again as be keenly felt the lack of appreciation and In the very naturo of things ho can not be ex pected much longer to live to appeal for a reunited country for he is 68 and growing feeble May his days on earth though be greatly extended BadI strength be glenhlmVto continue for wany years the prosecution of his noble pork LrL o I absolutelyPure No inferior or impure ingredients ire used iri Royal for the purpose of cheapening its cost only the most highlyrefined arid healthful Royalr Baking Powder imparts that peculiars sweetness flavor and delicacy ndticed in the finest cake biscuit rolls etc which expert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable by the use of any other leavening agent J LAlum Is used In making cheap baking1 powders II CtC11tf ybur tongue Yodcan rale blituit withalum powder but lit what a cost to health r ROYAL BAKIHQ POWDER CO WILLIAM ST NEW YORK HARVEY little son orss Yantlr was bitten on the leg by Alex Martins dog last night The wound Is a painful oneTHE democrats of Garrard are almost solid for Gov McCreary for governor according to expressions given yesterday We believe that that Is the sen timent of the most of this section NO 20 the North bound passenger this morning had eight cars jam full of people bound for the Confederate re union at Louisville Dr W B OBan non and wile E P Moritz wife and Archie Elkin und a half dozen or so drummers helped to swell the crowd from here TUB wholesale grocery Just opened at Danville J P Frank Grocery Co promises to make It warm for the railroads that run to the various towns In this section They will haul their goods to this and other close by towns at the low price of five cents per hun dred saving tothe merchants from 15 to iic freight charges The goods will be delivered at tho merchants doors doing away with the trouble of hauling them from the depot MT VEItNONA good attend c Mt Vernon circuit court yesterday but it was the quietest public day for years There was no drinking no trouble and last but not least no paten- medicine men Court was called promptly at 0 oclock with Juiao T Z Morrow and Commonwealths Attorney J N Sbarpe on hand and toil of bust ness No visiting attorneys except W A Morrow had arrived but the local bar was present In full force Most of the day was taken up with the trial of whisky and jail cases and a large num bar were disposed of The docket IsI heavy in both civil and criminal eases andrJudge Morrow has extended the term two Weeks In order to clean up1 The case of E K Wilson Is set for the Ctb day Many think he will be acquitted Mt Vernon Is slowly but urc fewImore enterprising citizens Fou nda tlon has been finished for J T AdamV Itstcompletion Is being pushed The bank question has not been decided but It Is more than likelyone wilt begin busi ness soon Our efllclent correspondent James Maret Is as busy as a bee In his timetto help the I J cause considerably Egbert Fish and others also have the papers best wishes for kindly assist ance Editor Albright was as courteous helptto Increase the wise assist the I J pilgrim for which we are thankful STRAYED OR STOLEN Strayed or stolen froni the John D Car lastWednesdaywill weigh about pounds lie Is red In color JAS L YAXTI3- HuHtouvlilo Ky Horses mid Mules to Sell I have Four 2 vear old Mare Mules and Four good Work liaises for sale 17 1m L Oi Ooocil Woynesburg Ky MULES FOR SALE Pair of good Work Mules for sate Fire gentleApply JW PARKHILL MrD HOMEOPATHIC PSYSIOIAH Dr Iarkhlll bal bad In the general practice of medicine and offers his services to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cases Office opposite Court House over Ilenrlev Pros Stable OlUceV hours from t to S r x Produce And Junk Wanted I Cash Prices paid for Scruo Iron and Rag We pay S3 r pound club Ior Qlnseng We have located In Stanford for the purchase of Eggs Chickens Hide Wool c for hone 40c hundred Highest cant price forlie- topperrc Onion and shop ou DepotStlt- wo door from Mata Bring Iny6urrroluco and get our trlres 8TANF0KU PRODUOCdO JvOoId and J Blclcoi wf BAKING POHEI MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Rev GW Cram of the Erlanger church and Miss Rosella Hogan of Wllllarnstown will be married June 0 Mr Cram is u graduate of Asbury College and has preached here a number of times August Croft 80 and Miss Kate Put man 89 were married yesterday at South Bloomfield 0 none of those present being under CO They were raised on adjoining farms and wero lovers years ag- oPRFITT BBOS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOKELAND KY tjilck a wl effiettot attention to burial elegant new lirirx Large Hock of coma Caskets Robe ohandLUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEALERS Millcdgeville Ky witdoLima A CO FOR KENT The property at Crab Orchard lately oc lueludet0 II Singleton Grub Orchard Ky 21 REWARDfor return of cow bought from Dud Ilolnt nnd which left Ilrndheud und went In th agoShethe forehead has sharp horns and Is three years old Slits W II LYNCH Wlldle Ky JLoNt Strayed or Stolen Ono black mare right fore hootrpllt from shoe to edge of hair small knot on left shoulder Any Information will be thank fully received and dul rewarded JlELVIX KllCDEHICK Yosemite COSilY Co Ky rhe Southern Mutual Immi Company of Lexington Ky THEOLDEST AND THEjBEST Home Oilier Lexlniton teueral IXBcei Inilarllle Ky Branch Offilces at Newpnrt Newt a Ualtlmore lid IhllaJelpbla fa Paid To Certlflcats IHoHora 529218225 Passe3To BeserTcJFund 9500923 BARNES WEAREN Local Agent Stanford OLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorge O Weatherford hu a contract for FULL COKTIIOI ASD SALE of Old Mock Whis ky In Hustonvllle Ky IL 0 MOCK Danville Ky W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain Ij With Vitalized Air Physician In attendance Once In the New Thompson Building 78 BEAZLEY HAYS- vNDLRTl RS IJKiLlIS Furniture atUuK8RuK8 And Wall Paper They aUkindsI Rrrioe right StAMrORD 1MMTUOKYI 4 6ULTIVATOYIt4 1 j 14We o Moline Brownfew l1C parture Cultivator l t3Also OnoUorsc Five Tooth Cultivators If you need Cultivator eee aS Higgins MeKimley SumfflergarSerge Light Underwear f Soft Shirts Straw HatsI t Fancy Vestsh AVe just the things for hot weatherya See Our New fVne V3 CUMMINS tMGHEY SHIRT WEEK Another shoring for the men In our great CUT PRICE SALE This week we offer our entire line of Shirts They are of jtlyjiniost approved styles and best makes known We have them MADRAS PERCALESI r LINENS PIQUES tj V AND SILKS aAll offered this week for less than it cost to put them in the house Remember the sale Is for one week only ordeLook Out For Next Weeks Ad French Organdies If Wash v Organdies Plain Swisses r Dotted Swisses 1 jfcifePersian 1s I 1 Val Laces and Insertions In Match Goods YokingfiIir WHITE KID GLOllST Potent Leather Shoes Slippers and everything for Commencement Dre- ssesSEVERANCE a SONS Opposite Court House VERY LOW HATES VIA r THE SOUTHERN R J = MAY 29 80TH 1900 4 IDuring the Confederate Reunion At Louisville the Southeln Railway will malia ate of Ic per mile traveled in each direction making rates io Loudvllle and return as follows From 8170 LawrenceburKlJS Georgetown 1165 Midway il 65 Versailles 8150 UarrOl18burK f170 Burgin 180 ShelbyvilleOSc Tickets will be sold May 28th 29th and 30th good to return until June 6tk ltdAlso reduced rates from stations on Louisville k Atlantic R R ueen Jt Route and all points South In connection therewith and from otherttluionaoak So uthernRallway not namedabovo at similar reduced rate of Ic per miletnnw2c per mile round trip Convenient Train Service and BAt Acc iF1 modations f Passengers for Louisville via The Southern Railway arrive at SeveutJi Street Union Depot within one block of the Confederate Veterans Araphltfee r For tickets or other information apply to nearest agent of Southern RaU I MCorrespondencew A TURK GP A Washington DO S SSSSSS S J th Wig H WtAOPAL U yJ THE MIWOR JOURNAL i lUte p4k a Stanford as eo8NdIMs tjkr ht iAoncr cV1 lDU u 1 PER YEAR CASH 0fDMO rIOt top Id SB2OO will be charged rKHIXmiEllVISIQM ffI lrflucrBJ Mll a m 26 V 2 4t am 2 12MhID 23 1l112 I IMUN KENTHMTRALDIVISION NotSd1 108 A x at 210 JlQl wiandat 1200 Ie vM d at 280 rr qssi Ie CRESCENT TriiIl Junction City No I 5144 Ser No5 1122 Ootog 1kIs ilLto4oMDIOf No 4 848 HUJHffliT AHI CINCINNATI i TralCTKxiTe Traakhrt at CSO AM 340 p x a 4 r =miM at ieorgttown with the I- Ito 1aI4 Ia wrarlatvJOAx and 840 r x VeSdN okfertfir connectlnir with Q 00 iS I ItA MTin f NnIIIUI1- M kI tsnIee fr Orpton 7llIl N J R nWTON U A SOUTHERN lull LWtIY IX KETUKIInttaid Sttotol la tfiet Miy to O3IilllOftlt NoI 10 I ti am Ai wiibeIWITe 913am CkSIpm tiMamN ZPeueWr flSSpm B45pm- laiSamN Vere llka 047pm IttOipm- 104Sam Jr 715pm laiijim VIt Nolot NLr IxalBcKmi 7SO m 4X5pm 51Mm- 755amAr Vtra Is 6Cpm 63Sani- aSUamAr LAr M be B3Jpm iMam J Ar bbv1IIe otOarn 615pm iaOHmAr LoMMfitew 740pm TWira AaTIOf WESTnOUNI k XtILISTATIflPL i i2NO ILl T8S91I tiLv Loulnll Ar 74dpm Itt40am pIe Lv I rncbrpAr 530pm atoam f tt1lIarodabrLv L4Opm 7anAr Uurgla Ly 43Opm 71 =ifo IL9oiRTATIOS No Lou ArllOL40ami 74Jjim SbelbTllArl 9 10am 415pm j1iiiMiy versllclI Ar 7thm rOpm MMvay LT 730am 340pm Georrtn LTI 700am 310pm KAHTBOCKU WJSTBOUNU io I I IBTAT1ON Tio Nn i iLT loulnll it7 Pii- iIftanI6WIIILV Vervlln Ar 7Mara fiOipm t IiIvlII Ar 6Wam 4Cpm Klcbmnd LT 6UCxun 310pm pln IrvIne Lv Kpin iTATfcma No I Na X xTiiqhs 74irn 74pm LziIL4arnIa3Vpmflxv AT ArtKirUte VlOam liopra I Ar Svah IamAT Jkaoivi lle IIIam- Ly Itattaai tUllpm 62 iAr AU Mn lasspm llftOa m Ar Maceci IMam 22Ifl M 3Mh0 YifM n asoam mcopi fcr aiuprai V4aiAr RirMNWJfHMB 100Spm I14V1 I Ar 35ddiaa 33nam VWpm Ar New OTl 830vim Jto 3 throurh taping car Louisville to Illr tuiIDvia Lexington and CbattanooKo U 1 free etoserratlon chaircar LoultTllla I Le IItftoe 4 No A ebhaerTatlon chajr ear Lexington to 1 IoIJMy s M ilajfcjliicaar Blrglngham to Loulivllle sI LIMIt AU tfatfaH between Loulitllle Lnlngton and Butija 0 cJrtwt j VerMtlles and Ororeetowu Nos t ad N 7and dallyetceptSund y Vefsallle Nlcbolasvllle RIch BC a amd IrriIIe dally except Sunday IDaitty aeI Sunday Other traIns dally 7FOAIIuI vraM j M ctrLrT WMhWRtbD DC Washington DC W4It MtarA WM1LTATWEAGIA Wbiaattei 00 Louisville Ky I 4H lf Rates to- Cincinnati c July 10 11121 loa4tt ticket will Ie on Bale ls and tbf quert A Cnwent 3ouWfr pH Ilnt Soull Cincinnati 14 raaaz ofare lie round trip or tk d taiMMe4 Thai iMmUMtta are account of an eesI4rII BYPUAiMftai The return liuill are liberal iJM IiI fiwihtr1 i vilculara lie lUll oartlekrrasorer t r ynetu A Mt BUI4 Jth 00 uillmliorier than Buy otbei Hue frwn CJeaIatltt Atlanta awl thr nuth lii ar ilie qIIlCkl4t rIii HrTkqI mQ11 Titil Iraeictayry perfect In thvSiMtQHjrMmoot Ii SouthIL MHtMli l P A Chat ann eglilIMad you free printed matter Ow ts ar orjI l g LODISVILLZ i i 0 i Tt 1 CHICAGOII i tg i Tr lijt ritIRgndEvenIng from Un tfeviOth and Broadway t v- Ps Information and rI1Inne8ola WebrasUa rWestl Including Cal rtIiI r FrMk J XseJ thtt PAH Agt jjffJiiUkicon Dts Png Agi I w JlehlVl IeeFres Gen Mnlor ChirlwirT norVwf Iffi Ino ML VERNON =AJarpor crowd than usual is in attendance at circuit court Circuit court convened here today Monday Judgp Morrow presiding The kiln at Whlto Rock has proved- to be defective New ones will be built The closlnp exerclees of the Collep late Institute will take place during the wee- kBustciCo have suspended opera tions In lime business at White Rock until a now kiln Is made Since RockcaBtlog roads have been made so muchfotter the vehicle trade has A new roof is being put on the resi dence of Mrs Nancy Proctor to re place the one put there In 1864fA New Orleans party the Pine Hill mines with a view to purchasing and erecting coke ovens Smith Ping fell headforemost into Mrs Proctors well Sunday morning Ho climbed out by the well bucket rope and suffered but little Inconvenience from the mishap Among the decorations at Lancaster G A R meet the largest Hag displayed was that hung over the street by the independent telephone people in front of their exchange P H Shutte who moved to this county from Ohio some years since died Of paralysis Thursday aged about Go He was a hIghly respected citizen and a successful farmer E D Hansel of this county a U S storekeeper in Anderson county who suffered a stroke of paralysis a month since suffered another slight stroke but Is able to attend to his duties In a recent trip over the pikes lead- Ing ouC of Lancaster we found places that reminded us of some of our rough est mountain roads Some mighty poor judgment has been used in the repair- o these pikes James McGuire known by everyone for many years past as Uncle Jimmy dlcdfat his home on Clear creek last week in his 100th year Ho was a remarkable alan and had but little sick ness during his long and eventful career COn Monday afternoon when the de cision of the supreme court was an nounced here the roosters all over town kept up a constant crowing for an hour Minor Fish Hugh Miller the writer and others noticed It Of couraeI the crowing bad noconnectlon decision but it was a peculiar dence R L and Samuel Brown have reo tbeyiMcClure Old Cull Is the siCk list Mrs A B Cromer has joined her hue band at Ash GroveMowhence he had gone recently Our people were glad to welcome your business manager oo the streets hero yesterday Dr E J QBrown of your place was here Monday J Blckoff the jnnk man of vour town was in our midst first of week Dr Thomas who was so low at Pine Hill has recovered LIVINGSTON I Galloways new hall adds consldera Sly to the looks of Main Street There Iibtg hop there Thursday night wblch was rargeiy attended jMlesea Mary McKenna and Ethel Mudd rcturncd Tuesday from Rich mood Messrs Charles Scott and Lruok Holtzclaw of Goshen neighbor hood were here visiting Robert and Will Burns Miss Llda Cook Is visiting at Gum Sulphur Mrs Bryant is on the sick list Mesdames B N Roller IebanonII IieMrs Lou Gray are in Lancaster Mr George Griffith has moved his family back to this place from Altamont Tnelr nflny friends welcome them bicic Miss Jessie Bogart who has been visiting her aunt Mrs H W Rice will leave for her home in Cin cinnati Tuesday B N Roller was In Louisville Friday attending a republi can convention Mrs R C Wades school closed Friday Mr Jacob Sam brooks and wife are In Cincinnati Joe ODonald I visiting his fatherinlaw Mr flames HOBBEE THE CRAVE A ilarlllos Incident of which Mr John Olin of IhiladeiIbia wai the luujert nairated by him III follows I was In a wool dreadful condi lion My iklu was almost yellow ere lunkcn tongue coiled jialn contlnuillj id lack sail slilti bylIaTnairlya g n- and to my great Joy and surprise the tint bottle itiade a Ided luIprocelIlent I continued their tile for three ees and am now a welt nun I mow they ned llle anti roWed the grave of the1nJulyHOWS TillS We oflcr One Hundred Dollars Upward for any aseol Catarrh tbat cannot e cured by Hall ace airh CurtF 1 CHEXEY 0 CO Toledo O r the unlenlgned lure known J Cheney or the lait IS years anti believe him iolectly honorable In business transuctlons anti linancl ally able to carry out any obligation made by their Jlnu IVtsi TmAi Wholenala TJrugcrJst Toledo 0 tYALIIINCI KISJAJI J Drug til lulnlo U lulls Catarrh Cur It taken laterally acting directly upon the blood aoJ mucous surfaces cf the titem istimoniIs tent free Price 75c rer bet- lie Slid by ill Prugglits halts Fninjly Mils are the best The six Jackson brothers of Marlon county S C who entered tbe flame ompany at the beginning of the war with agcsVanglng from 17 to 30 and ought through engaging in many of the Virginia Sattlea will attend the reunion at Loul ILaat winter d vllleI contracledI irally turned to It at tbat time and found t relieved the cough and effected complete cure JOHN E CLIFFORD ProprleI NrIt i SAVE YOUR HAIR With Shampoos of And light dressings of CUTICURA purest of emollient skin cures This treatment fit once stops falling hrir removes crusts scales and dandruff soothes irritated telling surfaces stimulates the hair foil des supplies the roots with energy anti nourishment and makes tho hair grow upon n sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all else fails Comploto External and Internal Treatrrtent for Every Humor ticura Thn 128 conititlDK of CCTICCRA Boir clnloe the akin crusts and calr and soften the thickened cuticle CUTICURA OIXTXINT Me to IniUntlr allay Itching Inflammation and Irritation and soothe and heal inul Ct1TIC RZIOLVCM 601 to coot and cleanse the blood A SET is often anOclent to cure the MTerut humor with Ue falla Sold thnibout the world Tat freeTaPENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery Paints And OilsITelephone No 2 Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The Best Liver Kidney nnd Stomach Remedy on Earth lies been tried 00 years has never failed to Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of ailments caused by a TorpldLivei DOES NOT 1TATTSBAT3B OR CRIPE I But acts gently on the live 23 doses In a box for 25c Try it once and you will never be without it For Sale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Kv Seven experienced teachers each one epecllIst In his line Graduates of thl college preferred by business house There are other schools but none can oiler our facilities OQDENSBURQB787 Record 28S trial ZSt Che tnut lUlllou l hand high bred by Dr L Uerr Lexington Ky By Mambrino Patchen 58 Sire of of the darn of Itu Including llaljih Wilkes tWt Crawford a01H Conitantln 51234- Ju1c 215 i tC ton hue aIred over leo dim Variety dim of Ogden buiv2SH by Orange llo MS 23-4SuSanbyMiddIeWwfl IK sire of nnd tile damioflS In 130 IOn 01 Uamtleton Ian 10 3 dam by Trumptn Ilell founder ORANGE BLOSSOM 2M lire ofOrangcChiet213- eight others and the daius of Ueil IHonoui 24li te by Mlddlelown data Nellie 1ost dAm ol Orange Dud 22i34J by American Star tc Will Stand at 10 to Insuro t1 Living Colt Will Also Stand A Jack at TJ Insuro- At my stable on the Somerset pike near Stanfor Tbe premium Saddle and Harness Stallion M S BAUCHMAN At TraTtler Jlwt Stock Farm near Shelby City KT Xing David 142VOL IV Combined ttalllon dark clicitnut with a itrtpe In fee one whlla foot full hands and weight nearly 1200 pound fclred by Ling S ulrrtl IOn or mack Squir rel lit dam by Stonewall Jackton Jr 2nd data by Day Mesieogtr 3dilain by young Charley Mortbrad Will nuke tho reason of ll at SIO to Ins ro a LIving Colt Will 10 Un4 the big Jack EMPEROR 27fly Gorornor Wood 8X Dam Ml Hob GIJIack with white points I6K hand high and weigh 1150 IIWIIIMn at colt for Jennet and tJ for mare Wen retained on all colt until season money It paid Vjrtlng with ware or breeding elsewhere furf It insurance Cart taken to pretest mxideuti but not reopon ulClethouidanyoeeur arawat llSO per month due wk a itock It haTCell and examine my stock and efelally their rtdHer whleti show br tkwuadTea Tja JtdfiI k DIGNITY DAB DBCitifitos Fouled 1603 15 baud H Inches high wolght 11M6 pounds mahogany bay With bllicV point a model lit form poe- see1ng thitt wonderful style churacterletif- of tho Chester Dare ttmlh which tho world acknowledges as superlort nil A i a show horse ho hIts already made a reputatlwi winning In his clnw anti tweciMtiike from a yearling many blue ties In lilt thno- yourold four ha took 13 Blue Tics Out of 14 Shows Through Ceutial Kentucky In harne he la very stylish with great action anti ls quite tpiidy hath In liarnosj and under saddle Wo bullevo the public It now afforded an opportunity to secure the service ot tho coming young of the day at a price within reach of all ulrlrg a class of colts when matured that will sell readily on our Eastern markut nt fancy price See him to fully appreciate him IEDinttEE the famous Chester S1ulrreIWilliam 07 he by Washington Ucnrunrkei ho by Guinea1 Denmark and he by Racehorse Denmark K S by Imported Hedge ford 1st Duni Lizzie by WeUrhmont Mo 0307 A S It ho b William Welch 311 hebv Itysdlka tlumbleionll1l1 10 WelchmonO 1st data Pauline by Almont Iorost 2d dam by Abdullah MeMtnger 3d by Olllk Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred- Will make the NtPiiMitt of llKiOut Lawn Mere stock faru 2 Ji mIles Went of lluitonvllle ICyon Hradfordavlllo Iluntonvlllu pike AtJ5 To Insure A Live Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insur ance and money beipmvi duo at time of such transaction Mares trout a distance kept at er month Grazing bill must bo before removal of march Mares In trusted will receive my personal attention but I am not for or escape 0 C OAIUE TEn HEROI will itanJ this fin jack at my stable at More land Ky at SB to Insuro A Living Colt lie II a flue breeder ynd some of his colts told as high as StO lat tie Is by Abraham At the seine time and lulacol will stand the noted jck JUMBOnolal coming 4y arpI J Iatlt with whlla points 161 hinda high large round fret sod heavy bone line ityla aud oction and a sure foal getter Ills colts bo by niarvs and jennet will be due froai April on Wilt itaod at SIO to insure a A lrlnr Colt Was sired by Vnlcaa lIe hy Old Alezttter hi dam lroctorRnott ht John Slaii by Superior laDlDloth1out of Frank Ullli she b Superior Mammoth bltqyl Mammoth tlr CuIt1ltked at 52 tnontbo Care IHaw prevent aeeident4 but D04N1p11Hiblllouhlaay oeeur NA Cal K 4 Wllkw tandir4 bra colt wilt be ptnlllUed to sine a few iares grass 1r9JJJn lLJlty i j 0- t GALlON 12910 IttolsTaan IeTAN Wllke 2 19t j sire of Uuln 2 M h suit W others n the2l0hhsb nnl dAm Daliy Field igrandatu of Alice Wilkes 217 and Alratta 323 at two year old liy Kn field sire oral x In tIe anti of the darn of In 2 10 at letter Second dam Qnlckitep Kentucky Print Jr lire or J q 31744 Union d Z27 and others an1 nflfi Uam 000 In the list Third data by Old J0 sire of the dim of J Uimlietla 211 Wllke toni and daughters hue 75 In thl 30 lIs- tiltonscoitaareaii fast ant good lookers and GlllinnofrliiRiHo two wiles west of lint lonTllle on the Hmdfordsvllle pike at 10 to Insure n Live Colt M l OI I ilu lcntllle Ky English Hunter Combined buy stallion 10 Imntla high both hind ankles white Sired by AnDAIIAII JltfHEMlEH First dam the William Luk saddle mane by Dayy Crockett ton of lhnnya Urvnnon by Imp Dreunon 2nd dam by Highlander Abdallau Messenger sire of KnglUh Hunter Is by Messenger Chief sire of Maud Mctwengcr IiIOJJ English Hunter hiss proven to bo the brat situ of One size anti high styled caddIe horse In the country- I will stand English Hunter the icaion of 1000 at my tale four miles from StnnforO on Grub Orchard pike at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt U foaled or mart parted withA ClDUNNstnnford NItB0TII10016Stanitani Valilngbam 21C sire ot Latitude 21 4 and many others In the lit Walilnghaiu Xaboth In a a son of leonra Wtlkn Pint dam Tinsel by Messenger Imroc IW IOn of Hamblttonlan andirefElains t0 the dam ot XTltlnf yearling rminl 111 H Second date Itcw sItter to Jame howell Jr l HaiuMftonlan 10 all of JViUrllT Third dim JcMle fay re l y Harry Clay sIre oftbe d m ofSt Julian 21I lWtn 11H4 aol li other tbat bare prtxlutrJ J tretlrHt else atre of the dint of ltttuSbrr Fltarth dies by LntftT ton Lanf by Anwr leaD EclIpse XnicNibHb h aWr M bind high Inl- Jlln fc lroM lib pedIgree entalM Wood of IlaiutilelMlan ftwrpi WUkt MMHMOO WOVn HUt Jr and Harry Clay Will Staai At sis to lanre a Lklce Celt win make tbargt kt tauoa lithe sell pos not to be lataH at Mlltng thee I will she tasJ two Jacki at SS to Isrs Stare grazed at ft per uwnlh which In all caw inuit pali lefore they ar taken away Car U kn to prevent aeetdrnti but not mponilbl Uauld any occur J K llAfdIIMAN Ha Jon llle Ky Eagle Bird Tbe mighty ton of the great King lEogle FAille Sued nl a tliowtalllnn ha but ftuw equals lie won the 4e utake at LexIng- ton Ky detectIng sante of tho greatest producedRaglefinished horse not aflr Mo I Ills colt Crt In demand and are selling for high prices either for buttne or breeding pur Will make UII present oav ii at the stable of his owner 2 tulle west of Stanford on tho Shelby City plkt at the low PrIce of S10 To Insure rt LIving Colt Parting with Shio mare forfeits lb lnuran AIM at the aurno place wo will itQiid the floe muleJack SWEET WILLIAM- At it to insure No bettor male Jack will be ollurwl fur pubite fvrvlf tban this onFur farther particular addrw E P WOODS U SONS Stwnforcl Ky 190O At this Vnrren Hnwwll Stables Sib fi Iiunvlll Ky PRESTON 922 VOL 2 Solid hay with black point ISf band high fonlud In IS01 Slrud by Washington 11 lit Dam Hello by HlioJorlck 104 2d ham by Denm- arkRHODERICK 104 Slay stlllllon aired b lttmbnino Legrand 07 by Highland Chief liit Dam by Son of Ietern unIcorn nhurlIellushow inure Trenton fret attracted tIle at tention of the public by winning the drat premium nt tilt LvxInRtou Fair and afterwards nt Richmond winning the rich purto of glooo for the best combined atulllmi In the StAte and afterward tit thu great St touU Fair whure he won first prlio over the bet hones In tim United Stilton iilo tit Knn nn City where ho again dufentud SweeptftkeExhllbitiun after winning all oMho Orat prizes In Ken tucky Trcston will make the season at SIS to insure Lien retained on all cnlu until iiCiicon li IMIU Cull on or ad dross C T SAXDIDOE Danville i- CyOKLAHOMA A chestnut etl1Ilonmeaeurlng J OJ hands and weighs 1500 pounds Isa hOrse of fine carriage nnd perfect in disposition He will be shown in Stanford next Court Day- Oklahoma will make the ica on nt my home on the Hales Well hood two miles South of Stanford At SIO to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand my jack IBTJID- HT 6 TO INSURE Bud lab Billy Dof WIncheor that hftzsTe bjen beat fn a show ring xLP4TT2aoxFItufnri r r TilE KUEXCH COACH STALLION QcrASIIUilitcrril In French Coach Iud Hook ol MIter lea No 2I71o In Itriiulillqu KrancaUe Haraa NatlonauxKo 1103 wlniterof tb lInt at tIle atlulth llulvyrsal lCi llloii In icUfunit In itnnortedbywith small star Mack points hula high weIgh In working milerl3U un Foaled on April Und Lemvlaiiil of Commune Hubenvllle DerartuientefLaniarchli ilred br 01I government Iranse darn Cbalmantl by Oar SnI dam lip IlrToluilon Ac Ac tjuail ivdlirro tan 10 lre tloack for over two centuries originating from a rro t of the pure Arab sires cruewd on Monnandy tnarei lie ancient saddle brettl as far flack as Wo CjUAHl will nike the prenent ea O n of at mfofllll S j inure from Stanford on the at S10 the S issnUcne7 Duo men Senrfee are Bsniered cr 15 to Insure A Living Colt Mares kept at We r wAk Per sinaI attention given but no reipouiltlllty for ac cWcnl Item DORSEY GOLDDUST jo 10 Tbe producer of fine road and Eastern hour a dUllbat art now In tlriuaml at gcod icier Will make ths season At to Insure a Living Oolt ROSCOE u11 good yiulejack wllhtand U7 to IDiure trig cull Jersey Bull Pedros Great Hopes No ilrrtl by Old IWro that cot 110 and his dam a 17ltn and 6 01 cow with nnl calf anti ona of nta thit won ths iwrr Uk Mt Worlds fair wild l ld Pedro beading the herd one of hll many Itonwra Will Mr mw i IStirti naony due wbsn icicle is rtnlletfd stub rttnrn lrtrt Irgn kiwi kept at KM pet wrk IVnonal alien ton glean loot not mlnhiuof acvbiet uau KY DOUBLE STANDARD wIn auk Iis a unn of tta e nille North of Danitte on she lIalnllon lotke1 12 TO IK57SS A IIVKO C5LT lie ta by I ItSqeirici M M dam Locll ivallykstn JrInd thaw Jesse 1I1ut Hi Jam lw Ijniaard thoroughbred- iflack IMMU IitaWMMl 5I dm 1 tsbpo Ssenswau Ja4ust Je IIDIan- fu11 a ItfIItJ Waititiegloet Uooak St touSle Standard li IIU S h n4ib tInf1Inl la ll lie has Soc tone sd nMi ad m atuM auntlcn hi mMpwir li sc DUe- tSu1utrte1s7 letsuesani a nil iMtket to Ken t e who IOlolltJr IWOai an IIfIptt- tololfaw Aanbkrd at It I nwnlb Car akea prevent itdnti but Pot mpsnWs iboMtd pay octur n ruln MiNle ll ea11145 M U WKIsTllUn DawvteKT Red Squirrel Jr No MO N 1111 Drown Etalllon US hand hugh sIred Red Squirrel No M he by lilacS f4Ulr No M Ira dam br Omen Mountain Sod dam by Dray Eagle thoroughbred Thl horse proven himself to bo cue of this host breeders of fancy horse In Ken lucky alway aIYlnFthlm fins size and a plenty of io eon of lied SquIrrel hiui more good hors M then thin one He will make the season at our table In Stanford at IO to Insure n Live Colt Money due whoa eolt foaled or swab purled with JIRALBY JlltOS Stanford Ky CLEVELANDJr Tbta tnt sk will nuke the patton of twn at lUbto the UH Horace Withers lira mar Stan rnl awl will mart at S7 to Insure a Living Colt l1ebllJrliMack with whit tal I i veers old and has jwveb hbnirlf a nehnciUr ll was bred I llaltai of ai m tken l lltUrf Sue Jacka aol ponuueishtciuerftbs dnwt In tb cmatry UM on at ICy It T SALLKK Sunr Ky BICYCLES REPAIRED Most complete ItUsycle Store In Central Kentucky We any break In a Bicy cle Workman hll Ouarantwd DANVILLE CYCLE CO I lla 3rd Si Danville Ii1ORTANTNOTICE I DTe tbe spie of Stanford will sain ply roil wllh ie ottrllued front Iurt dlillllMl e Ir br Manfortl Wat r IJiihl IM O this season at followIng Irllll For da ami orrr 40 rents for Inla titan tmtindj jf rrIMIDI Order filled anr hour I alto hare the ImtotCoali Illock Uiup anti Nut at lowest loire Itrirk iiisr tc r term rutah n1 bill must be patti abra presented All lione order prompllv l1lIl and guaranteed Thanking all put sears am llea ettlullr von rboo 4l HIctOISSASIMH J T BUTTON Undertaker Hustonvillc Kentucky OSars his service to the People ofWeit UieoU and Casey countlf Full ttock Command Ca ttialwarion 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