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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l r rlt 1 r 1 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNff b W T i IVOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 5 1900 9 A1tINO m 21 INEWS OF THE VICINAGE It La Hrayof Rockcaslle caught moles In ono day A largo college building Is to bo erected at Wllmoro thla summer Luther Spear a brother of Mrs J Sa C Hronaugh U dead In Jessamin Mrs Georco W Hughes formerly Lincoln died last week nour Urodhcat The Mu o ne of Iorryvlllo hay broken ground for their new bulldliif M Ja Sloven bat booo nppolntc postmaster at VunDuron Andorio county Of the 74 touchers examined In Pu latkl only 47 gut certificate Seven got firstclass Onus John Smith colored of Andurtoi had lilt arm broken and shoulder dlsl Gated by a lightning stroke The widow of Jacob Goodknlght tho oldest person In Iloylo county ook brated her OSd birthday Saturday- W Pa Crooke who was with hi brother Cash Croaks In the coal bUill nose died at his home In Madison od 05 A railroad route from Oygood Tonn through Clinton and Wayne county 10 llurnslde Is being surveyed by Cleveland O capitalists Londur will put 00 car loads of crush ed rook on her street The Kentuok Ian wants about that number of care of brick used on tho pavements The Danville Non says that our olc friend and patron for the last 26 year Squire Jack Walls of Parksvllle brought In 10 club sub orlptlon the other day The Gulling guns and other military supplies shipped to London by Tayloi are being sent back to Frankfort In compliance with Adjt Gen Cattle mans orders The Centre College base ball loan got boat nine to nothing by the Ohio State College team at Columbus bin that club redeemed Itself next day by defeating the Konyon 010 to Mayor Parker got thq prlxe In the old fiddlers contest at Somerset for be- Ing the boat looking violin player Our friend F J Campbell would have gut ten It bad ho known bow to bandlo the bow Congressman Horolnjj Introduce bills to correct tbi military record or Ainasa iiodco Liberty to place uvanI the ponlon rolls and grant the raW of lepr month to Manta Mon roe London Henry Baker Columbia Joieph Wollls narbourvllleMr Han nab Gilbert Hurlnn Mr Uorelng atsc requested the op olntmonl of Cap Morrow son of Judge T Z Morrow i now in tho Philippines to a captaincy in the regular army Tho Stanford JOUIINAU although staunch In Its adherence to the demo Grade doctrine of nnlUcxpanalon bat gone and expanded Itself Into a seven column paper U just nil bright ana full of now nod buslnee as when In six column form and Bro Walton h such a hustler that It would not sur j prise us to leo the JOUKNAL expand again In a short time We have long admired the JoURNAt amodel news paper and In Its new form our admir atlon goes up several notches Long lire Bro Walton and the JOUH AL Midway Clipper I A EN1S CJANN t QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Reduced rates via Queen k Crescent Routo for tho following occasions Republican National Convention Philadelphia Pa Juno 10th Democratic National Convention Kansas City Mo JnlyNih BaT Pa U Convention Cincinnati OJuly 1215 GU O O F Somerset Juno let A big day at Somerset Special train will bare Nlcholusvlllo at 010 A M topping al points en route to Somerset for this ocsaslon Ball game between teams of Danville und Somerset Great est celebration of the year Dont fan to attend For rites and schedules see small bills or ak your ticket agent HOBB ED THE GRAVE atartllDg Incident of which Mr Jolio Ollrtr riiUaclFlphla ten the mbjfct la narrated lij him al lolluwi Iwailna most iliwilful condi lion Myelin almutt Ttllow urea aunkrn tongue coatnl alnconllnu lu tuck amltlJti nopletltegrdndly growing weaker by diy Thtcn physelau hil ElTfii me li lurlll nitclyo llrud a l Irylt tloclrlc IlUlen- awl my real and fnrpruo the ant Iottl- euuda dKllnl lugrrnuegt I continued then are lor three am new a well man Vudwilier savrllily llluand nlitw the grate ol another Ticilin No one iould tall to try them Only vie BiiiraDirrl at Iennvt Drug tore The Rev W S Jacobs of Nashville and too Rev G W Hull of Atlanta are tbe only two men In tho world that ever swam Echo river In Mammoth Cave They both performed this feat lust week and remained In tho water half ad hour although the temperature of the stream U about CO degrees A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will often saute a horrible hump Staid Cut or DrulM ltucklens ArulcuSalvt lbe Ut In the world will kill the pain and praiuinlv heal tt Cnn Old ctorrt Fever Sons Ulan Holla Felona Corui all Skin Eruptlona Deal 1lle cure on earth UnlIe a tut juaniniee Sold by tinny tJrujgllt I During the ecllpso In the South last Monday tbe chickens wont to roast biik fortunately the Negroes weo bad icared Cy ntblllna Democrat NOTES OF TUB CONFeDERATE- ItRtrNION The attendance at tho ball was cat mated at 14000 Memphis watt chosen as the nexL place of meeting lien ChtojiJuntiee J II Lewis wt roelcctcd commander of the Orphn BrigadeGen M Poynlz was roolectc commander of the Kentucky dlvislo of the U C V Tho railroads handled fully 10000 people and so far as wo aro aware nol a tingle casualltyU reported Tblll speak volumes In praise of the mon who managed thorn Tho grand march at the great ball was led by Gen John B Gordon and Mrs Plokett widow of Gen Ilekell who led the charge at Gettysburg The Congressional candidates tbe 7th district are assessed 11000 to pa for the primary election South Trim blo and W B Moody are the candl datesAll the other candidates wltbdrct and the Sons of Veterans elected Mr1 Ulscoo Illcdman of Louisville a commandor In chief and bo imraedl atoly named Mr J Elliott Illddell of Louisville his adjutant general The city was beautiful In Its decora lions but the raid ran the colors to gather in Iho booting and destroyed much of the oiled Tho oleotrlc Illu minations were not effected by the demtned moist condition of ihlnghow over and they wore very tine the Courier Journals being dUUnellvcl so Gen Basil W Duke was elected commander of Morgans men and whet be said In his speech of thank that he bad spilled some blood for tho Confed eracy and was roady to spit every droll for big old comrade they becano tc cnthuilacllo that they caught him uj and bore him on their shoulders with loving pride About 10000 was subscribed to the fund to erecta monument in Richmond Va to the memory of JelToreon Davis A movement was also started to builds monument to the women of the South In SOme aanlrally located point The historical committee made its report and United States Sqnator James II Berry of Arkansas tho orator of the day llOko of the valor of the Trans Mississippi soldier It poured down rain every day of the reunion necessitating the poatpono ment and finally the abandonment of most of the principal event The sham battle the great parade antI oth or things had to be given up and the fireworks advertised from night tc night could not bo given till Saturday when most of the veterans had depart ed for their homes All tbo olllcere of the association were reelected by acclamation the whole thing taking less than one min ute The list Is as follows Gen John U Gordon general commanding Lt Gen Wade Hampton atmy of North ern Virginia department Lt Gen S D Lee commanding army of Tonnes see department Lt Gen W L Cabell commanding Trans Mississippi depart meat There was considerable opposition to a resolution expressing the apprecia tion of the sentiments of the army of the Potomac that all feelings of ICe Ion all 1m had disappeared It caused excitement but order was restored by Sen Gordon who said bo favored the adoption adding For myself I trust the day shall never come when I shall refuse to send a message of cordial greeting lo any enemy gallant enough to greet a foe of 35 years ago I know the sender of this message Sickles On the heights of Gettysburg when the cannon roared I know It was this same general leading the battle My bullets gent that general to tbe rear with ono leg oft For ono I am going to vote to reclpocato hit greetings to tbo army of Virginia Lho resolution was then passed almost unanimously The reunion closed Sunday with me morial services In Reunion Hall The service were commemorative of Jeff erson Davis president of the Confed crate State Winnie Davie the Daughter of the Confederacy and of the soldiers who lost their lives on the Held of battle Tbo memorial ecr moo was preached by the Rev Dr J William Jones of Virginia OW RATES TO MILWAUKEE ANDr KETUKNI- CCOtXTOHSEHAL FEDERATION WOMENS CLlliS The MononHoute will Bell tickets from Louisville Ky to Milwaukee WIs and return from Juno 1st to JIlt Incutive at rate of fl340 Tickets will bo good ro turning until June Bib and extension to Fuue 30th inky be obtained by deposit of tickets and payment of additional fee of We Full particulars as to departure of Kentucky delegates and other details furnish rd upon application to E II BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky THAT THROBBING HEADACHE klf rue you IfyOumed Dr Kings Liferill Thouunda luUrrvrt hare prove ell their iiutclileM merit for blclc sod Nervous leaJucbci They wake ure dual and strong serves and build up your health Eaiy to take them xS wnti tack U not tured IdbyiennyDruggist- Beautiful Della May Fox the comic opera Igerl has been placed in a lu latlo asylum POLITICIANS AND POLTICS A F Rcsprcss and 0 T Poyntzbo of Muysvltlc were appointed to Illacea in the otllco of the Stoto auditor by Auditor CoultorrCharles H Stoll a Lexington rcpu lioan pollllclnn says that Talor should not bo nominated and that be cant win- Covlngton women aro raising a fund for the erection of a statue of the late Goy Goebel to bo placed on Govern tnent Square In that city Tho democratic convention of the Otb congressional district of Indiana atop ed a resolution condemning Gov Mount for protecting Taylor and Finley The democratic committee of Bourbon asks that Ibo primary call in Ibe 7th district be modified to Include all who promise to support the nomine CongressTaylor what ho was about wben be lit out within as hour after tbo handing down of tho supreme courL decision In the Kentucky contested election case A guilty consclenc needs no accuser Louisville Time The prohibitionists of this Con rell slonal district will bold a mass meellng at Nlcbnlasvlllo Juno 18th atSoelool to put out a candidate for Congress am select delegates lo the prohlbllloi National convention at Chicago June 27lh In the Senate Mr Jones of Arkan sos vigorously attacked tbo Unites States commission at the Paris exposl tlon demanding to know where tbi appropriation of 1400000 had gone Of this sum ho declared but 400001 had been accounted for The Louisville Post prints a story lo the effect that all the Goebe leaders except Auditor Gus Coultoi have deserted Gov Bcckbam and that Gen Jo Lewis will probably be tht democratic nominee for governor HI also says Judge Turvln may run Chic Justice nacelrlgg JudgoMC Sautloy of Stanford and Judge J R Morton of Lexington aro also mentioned After a two days debate the bus defeated the joint resolution proposing a constitutional amendment empower Ing Congress to regulate trusts Two republicans voted with the democrat against tho resolution while live dem ocrat and ono silver member voted with tbo republicans in Its support The populists were solidly against It Gov Beokbam issued an order mUll lertng out 10 of the military companies which wnro organized by the republl cans for political purposes just prevl onl to the election The companies ordered disbanded are as follows London Barbourvlllo Corbin Plnoville Palnisville Vanceburg Grayson Ml Vernon Muynvllle and Pleasureville There are 15 members of the first republican National convention living and they artS to be Invited those of them at least who remain republican to attend the coming convention ai Philadelphia as guests of honor Con greesman Galusha A Grow Is the most prominent of tbe number Former Congressman Edgerton of Ohio Is a strong Bryan democrat Referring to what Deboo said of him Senator Blackburn layalilt novel occurred to mo that anything which Deboe might have to say was wortb thinking about ai all I dont want U Interfere with his talks with the news paper people That would bo unkind For it it apparently the only way he ba- of talking at all During the years that be has been in the Senate he bat never opened his mouth thus proving that be has more sense than ho gets jredll for He attracts attention only IB a large sized political accident The first Intimation that the public has had that Gov McCreary Is a pos Bible candidate for governor was In tbe action of the Garrard counly conven tion which endorsed him in ringing terms McCreary would sweep Ken tacky like a tornado No man pose bly in the democratic party would be more acceptable to both tbe regular organization and to the various splits and Isms than boo Wise and conger vallve ripe In experience bravo as a lion ho embodies all the qualities that Insure success Danville News Mr W P Walton editor and pro irletor ortbo INTKKIOR JOURNAL hat purchased a now press and has enlarged his paper Before this improvement b9 INTEHIOK JOUKNAL was one of the test papers In the State but no man knows better how to brighten laurels already won than Walton HI old iress which Is in perfect order it for ealoAtlalr News The Stanford SeralWeeklv INTE molt JOURNAL Is spreading out It la tow tha size of the ProgressElktonP- rogress And being entirely set In revier while your paper is mostly In ong primer has almost twice at much eadlng matter In each Issue The Stanford JOURNAL has expand id1 In order to accommodate its adver icing patronage The JOURNAL Is rooming Parts News Charles 11 Marks while acting in the apaclty of nurse at tho Second Division lospiyxl of the Fifth Army Corps at San logo tlo Cuba used a few bottles of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DIar hoea Keroedy for diarrhoea and found It o work like a charm For sale by Oinlj Hocker George P Robinson for 50 years an- Odd Fellow It deadat Indianapolis T 11 LANCASTER IOn Friday Mr EllCoxof Knox and Ii Mle Mary daughter of GUeon Roth well wore married at the court bouto by Judge R A Burnslde A game of base ball between tbo Lancaster and Nlcholasvillo plavti hero Saturday afternoon resulted In a victory In favor of Lancaster the el ore being 15 to 0 Thu Ladles Aid Society of the brls llan church visited the poor house on Sunday dlnpen lng flowers and aUmli isterlpg to the wants of the inmate The society will meet with Mrs L F Hubble next Saturday A revenue agent caugb I four otllcei absent from Curloy distillery on dec oration day They may be asked to rest awhile but It looks bard as it WitS a holiday One of your citizens may bo able to tell you all about it Senator G T Farris went to liar rodsburg Saturday and cast tbe vote of Garrard for HonG G Gilbert helping to make him the democratic nominee for Congress to which place ho will bo ro elected in November By some means tho electricity In H T Logans store fired the paper whitl had been placed on tbe wires for dec oration purposes and the fact that II happened before the people retired Is all that prevented a heavy loss It re quiring quick work to extinguish the flames The book published by R E Hughet and others on the last campaign lion market It Is haupsomely bound print ed In good type contains 344 pales and it Is a graphic compilation of tbe thrill lag events enacted during tbe past year It la accurate and Impartial and no library will be complete without ll Mr J I Hamilton who has been very successful In political campaigns says he Is opposed to modifying the Goebel law for several reasons the principal ono being because the ro publican are opposed to the law He very wisely san that politically we will be right 09 In 100 times If we will advocate what the republicans oppose and oppose what they advocate A lit Uo reflection will show the good sent In this assertion Misses Fannie Collier and Carrie Currey will go to New York next weal to visit relatives Dr Charles Bro naugb of Indiana was with his cousin Bon R H Tomllnson SalurJoy Mr and Mrs J W Poor J W Miller T A Elkln Judge and lira Joe Robin son Misses Bertlo Hilton Katie Simp son Minnie and Allle Arnold and Master Lucien son of C W Anderson have returned from Louisville Mr Alex Cook of Plaltsburg Mo it tbe guest of his cousin Mr J V Cook Mist Dora Gaatlneau will go to Ver sallies lust week to visit relatives Miss Myrtle Hughes of Stanford was with relatives hero this week Messrs J P and F C Maban J Ma Farra Ed win and H C Arnold William Clark and others attended the Confederate reunion at Louisville and saw all tbe sights Miss Ada Dickerson of Jessa mine it the guest of Mrs Letcber Owsley Judge William Totteu is vis iting a son in Indiana Mr PaW Car ter of Lincoln met his son J N and Mr D B Edml ton hero Friday on their way from Curleyt distillery where they have been on duty The program for the district meeting of the Knights of Pythias hero on June 8th It as follows Forenoon receiving visitors afternoon open session at opera bouse Joe E Robinson chairman Welcome address by Hon R H Tom llnson response by John T Horner grand chancellor address on Pythian Ism Rev J O Massee At 3 r M secret session at ball at 0 p 11 smok er at 7 P M conferring rank of knight at ball at 10 p M banquet at the Garrard Impromptu toasts G B Swlnebrond toast master The exer cites will bo interspersed with music The local lodge asks a full attendance from lodges in the district The event promised to bo highly enjoyable Arrangements are being made here to have the moat brilliant and attract ire entertainment ever given in tbe town on Thursday night Juno 28 A diamond ring worth 1100 will be given to the successful contestant In decla mation many from other towns taking part A prize will also be given for the best essay of 300 words subject True Womanhood and ono in oral spelling tbo words to be given from McGuffeys speller by Prof J H Pat tereon none over 20 years of ale being permitted to enter the contest Each school district in the county should bo represented at least in the last contest and Saufley Hughes has been appoint ed to keep a record of those entering contests Send or give your names to himOn the night of May 30 Charles Bo ner near Curley distillery found a burglar In his room with whom be scuffled following him to a place where filefrlJbtcaster Next day Boner fouqd part of the buggy bridle which was recog nized by W B Burton at one be had sent out to that place With the help of J I Hamilton a Negro was soon found who bad brought the horse to town He was arrested and Mr Bo njrt trunk key was found on his person Boner missed 8105 from his trupk I Trial Is sector Tuesday He give his name as Ed Summers from Stanford tg Miss ALMA LACKEY of Gallatin Tenn eponeo1 for the Tennessee Sons of Confederate Veterans who attract ed great attention at the reunion In Louisville for her beauty and viva doneness arrived yesterday to visit tbe Misses Owoley He succeeded In getting out Snnday night having evidently been furnished a key by a party on the outsIde Manager FUslnger has engaged the Dan Packard Opera Co tbe strongest organization of Its kind In America to appear hero on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday nights 0 0 and 7 There are 35 artiste Reservad seats 75 cents at Slormes drug store The thousands of readers of the IN TERIOR JOURNAL will remember that I repeatedly suggested Hon James D Black for governor during the last campaign and even since the assassi nation of Gov Goebel His failure to announce had led me to suggest others but since ho has announced and they have not I take pleasure in reassert ing every statement that was previously made and In declaring that be would be a sure winner If nominated He If ai eminent lawyer a true aud tried democrat belongs to no faction and the parly could consistently unite on him Besides hit personal fitness bo lives In a section that deserves recognition as the democrats there have fought many bard fights against great great odds Monficello Wayne County The Standard Oil Co have 22000 barrels of oil in their tanks and the Bobsbar well is yielding 20 barrels a day The same company la surveying for a plpo line from this well which is Tennessee just south of the Wayne county line to the Cincinnati Southern at or near BurnMde Miss Lula Shadoan of Somerset and Miss Lula Shadoan of Frazer visited Mist Lllha Sheaer this week Her schel Grlssom Is In town a few days Albert Miller of Crocus Is at the Ho tel Ramsey Mr Hattie Tuggle and son Will Rowe are wits relatives In Somerset this week The Infant eon of J B Crawford died last week Mrs J Oatts and niece Mill Evelyn Kln drlckbave returned from Augusta Ga where they spent the winter Mr Oatts accompanied them as far as Burnslde anti from there went to the reunion Among those who attended the reunion from hero wero Misses Ed na Amy and Emma Ramsey Mattle Simpson Geneva Cook Fayette Miller Maud Coffey Mamie nd Lillian Phil lips Mrs W L Baker and Messrs Frank and Lewis Coffey 1 N Sheppard Joe Duncvn Trlgg Tuttle Mrs Wm Duncan and children are visiting Mr Duncans sister Mrs Sam Tug gle near Junction City John G Lev erldge of Fast Bernard Texas Is with friends and relatives in Wayne Lu clen Wllhlie of Chicago it with home folks for several weeks The Messrs Stephenson of Albanv aro with their uncle Capt Stephenson Jot Kerns en tertalned last evening in honor of Lu cien Wllblto Misses Ella Franck Florence Duncan and Sarah Smith and Messrs Isaac Walker and Clarence Duncan wero there to enjoy his hospi tality Rev A H Hope wife and children are with friends at hankie this week A U Ballard of Colum bia Is hero on business Last fall I sprained my left hip whi tt handling some heavy boxes The doctor I called on said at first it was a slight strain aud would soon bo well but it grew worse and the doctor then said I had rheumatism It continued to grow worse and I could hardly gel around to work I went to a drug store and the druggist recommended me to try ChnmberUin Pain Balm I tried it and onehalf of a 50 cent bottle cured me entirely I now recommend to all my frlendeF A lUncocK Erie Pa It is for sale by Craig 4 Hocker I1I0W8 Tills Weoffer One 1111011rd Dollar Reward for soy Me CaUrrb lust uooot he cured liy U 1U la arrh CureF J IHESEV CO Toledo O ttetheundersigned have kuowof J Cheney lor the taste and Iwilete hlia lertecttr honorable la all business tranuctlon sod tlnincl shy able to carry out any obligation wade l r their tlrm- WkrrATauax Wholesale DrugeliU Toledo O WALPIXD KINXAX 1 MABVIX Drag tliti loledo O 11119 Catairh Cure it taken Uternallf acting directly the Wood and uiucoui uracea oi the Teettmontals wnt free 1rtca 75e ter hot tie t4dd by olFpruggbtL halts Famllr Illla are the test Thq number of census enumerators now at work In tbe United States it 62631 Kentucky bat 1318 a nI l ARE YOU I One Of Them There are of course some men in Danville and around It who do not buy their Clothing and Furnishings herethai Is to be expected batil THEY only knew pow much better they could do by buying hero thnnelsewhererhow much greater an as sorlment they have to choose from IIOT up to the hour are our styles and how reason able our prices we fancy every one of theta would patronize us Suits all style end prices 85 to 20 Odd Pants the cream from Jtlio stocks of the beet makers Neckwear the swellest of swell styles Negligee Shirts styles correct fit perfect Underwearin every grade thats worn Shoesto tit your feet andtyour purse Straw Hatswarranted to make you look handsome Hats Shoes Furnishingst9 It Pays To Trade At THE GLOBEnwfytu Your money back If youre not satisfied I 1 Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman k Co WALL PAPERFOP 4 Gents I In my Store render to hang I have 30009 rolls of newest patterns of Wall Pape prices le c Gc 7c and 8c roll on up to the finest made We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see the paper matched up just as it will look on the wall and get it at once cheaper than any book house can sell it A large stock of Paints ant Painters Sup plleaon hand and Iictures framed on short notice In latest styles A E GIBBONS DANVILLE KY No 300 Main Street W C GREENING HTTST01TVILLE KY Has just opened and has ready for your inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL 1r1 nERCHANISE I Including a full andcomplete line of IE3IA IR ID W A IR IE I He also carrion Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons die He wilt both buy and manufacture Oil and Spirit Staves and is always in the market for SHINGLES He will exchange bis goods for anything that he can convert into money Call on him and take him your produce When You Need Paints Oils Consult u Craig Hocker Stanford A C SINECONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFOED KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest ed by anyone of the many parties for whom I havebuilded during the 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered aaa Je A ALLEN a CO Contractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY Have now a complete stock of Itulldlng Material Yellow Pine Flooring Colllnj Doers Sash Hllnds and all kfndaof Dressed and Hough Lumber Shlnglea and Steel Lo cut Posts Vic We lDakoedllwlIlIIon any kind of work wanted Office opposite Dr L It Cooks American Wire Fence I The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure Jar t Like It r ff sr Geo H Farris D t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE 5 f W P WALTON f A COMPLETE answer to the rlglma role of malignant falsehood which 10 one form or another we see In all the organs of assassination la the fact bown by the records of the Franklli circuit court and not open to doubt bj anyone who Isnt bereft of seneo all well as character that the IndIctmentI against Taylor WAS duly presented by the foreman In tbe presence of the grand jury to the court and filed with the clerk and tbe f proper order made exactly as the law requires The warrant for Taylor arreat was not It IB true ordered b customarY1ThIs itla recruited especially and unlawfully for this service and an effort to are rest him at the time would Inevitably have resulted In bloodshed and Indeed In civil war Taylors title to the gov ornoreblp was also at the time belnj tried by the courts and tbq Usual of a a bench warrant then would have seem cd not only to the crew of republican pennyaliners but to many respecta ble and honest persons beside an un worthy attempt jo prejudice and black ena caseHhen on trial These reasons which are entirely creditable to tho prudence good sense and good feeling of Judge Cantrlll are of course oot appreciated by critics of the class wi hive noted The motives of a high minded judge and gentleman like Can trill can now Indeed be even understood by them They can slobber over an assassin they can hide him from the herlff they can bowl over the perse cutlon of every lawful effort to brlni him to a fair trial before a jury of bls own choosing but have we ever heard a word from them In denunciation or even In mild disapproval of the cow ardly calculated murder of the wan the gentlemanwhose shoes Taylor at his best was never fit to clean Never a word Tint announcement of life candidac for governor by the Hon James D Black of Knox county is very gratify dog to his hosts of friends and will be regarded by all factions with favor Ht is at once a clean man a true man ant a man of recognized ability Born aod raised In a republican county where It is almost regarded as a crime to be a democrat be has since be was old enough preached the principles of the party of the people often at great personal risk but always with force am t zeal His popularity at home Is show in thefact that be beat a republlcai for the Legislature from Knox and Whitley a few yeare ago although the two counties furnish over 3000 republican majority He has been grand mae ter of the Masons was a State commla stoner to the worlds fair and In 1896 bore hIs partys standard with signal credit for Congress In the benlgbtedly republican llth district A warm sup porter of the Chicago platform he made telling speeches for the match lose Bryan during the campaign and In 1809 made the host speech delivered hero for Goebel and the democratic ticket tie spoke all over the State and everywhere made votes for them He was an ardent admirer of the mar tyred Gocbel and standing squarely on the Louisville platform he was able to render it a splendid service Mr Black Is an excellent lawyer and man of af faire and the democratic party could y not honor a better man nor a more de serving democrat GOY JAMES B MCCHKAKY Is an aa ylrant for the honor of representing Kentucky at the Kansas City conven tion as one of the delegates from State at large aud we know of no more fully entitled to It His maoI all ortir the State have been trim to announce his willingness to ac cept the position and he has fly done so Through 30 years of ierVice for the democratic party Gov Creary has never faltered In his dutyI and In no election has he failed to re spond to the demands of his party epeaklog not only u nearly every t county of his own State but in many other States for the regular nominees Ho supported Bryan In 189 J with bU means and with bit voice and desires to have the honor of helping to nominate him In WOO and aid In hU election to r the presidency Lincoln county has never failed to support Gov McCreary for anything he asked for and she aqd the other counties 01 the district he so faithfully represented In Congress for 12 years will stand solidly for him for the now honor which we are sure will be accorded him by the democrats of the State to which he has rendered long and splendid service THE Boer war which Is now practi cally ended lasted 231 days The British had 240000 soldiers and the Boers probably less than 50000 The British loss in killed wounded and- missing Is 30000 The heaviest losses were at Ladysroltb 1270 Tugela firc er 1100 and Splon Kop 1500 The Boer loss la not known The fight was like a lion pouncing on a lice but the gallant Boers guru Great Britain all sbe could do for a long time WIZEN Cot Sutton was acquitted at Lansing Mich for complicity In cer tain frauds agatustthe State bur wife rushed up and kissed each of the jurors As ehe is a handsome woman with rare ra41ip8 the jury couldnt help from Mucking their mouths and longing for another charge to be brought aPIDa the colonel so they could ac u I hl The ooit tthef3fJt nlehwar bas BO to Je8000000 t NOT having been able to get assur anccs of protection from the governor of Ohio West Virginia and PenosylIj vanla which States he would pass through Taylor has given up hi intention to go to the Phliadelphli convention An assassin la always aI coward and a promoterof assassinatIon Is no less cuwardly By his flight Taylor has disgusted the best men or his party who are dropping him like aI cold potato In this connection Bradleys remark to our Lao caster corIrespondent that If Taylor will to Kentucky and submit his the convention he Is the logical candl1 date Is significant It shows how he regards the fact of his fleeing from justice and evidently considers him outside the pale of consideration asloolt as be Is a fugitive A report come from Frankfort that the exgoverno will soon declare himself for Yerkesj for governor and cut loose whole kit of assassination suspects It is to be hoped he will JUDGE J H WILSON of Barbour vllle goes to the trouble of denying 10 a signed communication to the Lexington Leader that he entered Into an agreement to furnish evidence as to the Goebel assassins or to have the vote of Knox county thrown out or did any- thIng except tile a brief in order to procure a certificate o election None who knows the clever exCongress man ever believed that or the olae InteDt1aoders Mr arguments brief seem completely convincing and tbo law appears entirely on his side so Judge Brown had as well step dow and out as he Is certain to be knocke out WHILE In Louisville last week at tending the reunion of his Confederat comrades Judge M C SauQer was called on by a delegation of represen tatlve men from all over the State aod urged him to become a candidate for governor He was very much gratlfiei by the mark of esteem and confidence and so expressed himself but decline the request Judge Saufleya amblllo lIet entirely In the line of his profea alon and If he is not some day chief justice of Kentucky the people of theI State will lose from their highest one of the best judges of law acd ooe of the brig best Intellects in the coun try TUODOH that grand gloomy am peculiar jurist Judge Charles Flnley againstIbel Invalid It will be observed that hie partner In crime has not eutllclent con fidence in his judgment to risk him self outside the State presided over bl an assassin sympathizer Flnlev may pass judgment and the assassin organ may protest but as poor a lawyer as Taylor Is he knows the indictment IsI good and doesnt propose to risk ca eau where Sheriff Suter can cab bage on It TIlE Carlisle Mercurys Illustrate edition Is a thing of beauty dolni great credit to Editors Green R Kel ler and son Stanley Keller and show log the skill of the practiced hand of rte foreman J W Fowling We con gratulate the whole layout on one bf ho most creditable of such efforts we bave seen THE democratic district committeeI having been apprised of no dldate met at Harrodsburg Saturday and nominated Hon George G Gilbert succeed himself In Congress Hav Ing made his calling sure all democrat should see that his election Is made doubly sure Fttu roar June 4on J Mor fan Chlnn was appointed steward o the feeble mlndiid Institute today and qualified at once No requisition for Taylor has yet been Issued Sheriff Suter has been at Hot Spring but will return tomorrow and make application fur lt WASIUXOTON June 4The presi dent named the Porto Rican ottlcers to lcntuokIgetsRICHMOND Juue 3Hon W B Smith Bryan elector for Kentucky In 18l5 formally announced his candidacy today for governor on a platform favor log tbo atrundrneni of the present elec tion law BRIEF HEWS NOTATION All grades of refined sugar have ad anced 10 points Lincoln Pralher a farmer of Mason ouniy was killed by lightning It Is estimated that the work of tak lOll tho new census which began Ft day will cost 810000000 Mrs Ludle Drano committed suicid- et Kuilawa after selecting the text and eonpa for her funeral- A Negro who had assaulted a woman of his own race was hanged by a mob- f Negroes at Tutwller Miss At Sweet Springs Mo H H Mae ei on his deathbed confessed that he has been making counterfeit money for U yearsaA Massachusetts corporation will build a COOOO spindle cotton mill and stabllsb print works and a bleachery at Huntsville Ala In the last 10 years losses by fire and luslness failures have aggregated 82 00000000 Credit and carelessness ere responsible for most of this huge sum During the contest of Robert Boo ners will it developed that the rich ubllaher bad so much money ho left 70000 worth of government bonds be seen the leaves of magazines in his loqkcase W F Miller the New Yorker who slipped up on his scheme to catch suck eril on a promise of 250 per cent on Investment was landed In Sing Sing Saturday for a sojourn of 10 years Fr Five persons were Instantly killed In a freight wreck no the C II ft D near Hamilton 0 and 30 cars were demc sheet Lord Roberts reports under date of Saturday that Johannesburg Is quit and the people are surrender ng arms and ponies The monthly statement of the can trailer of the currency shows that on May 31 the total circulation of Na tlonal bank notes was 3300480889 an Increase for the year of 53424235 A 13 year old girl was found in the woods near Beauvern Mist outraged and murdered Two Negroes are suspected One of them U under arrest and a posse Is looking for the other The supreme court of Massachuset has decided that cigars are not drugs and therefore can not be sold by drug gists on Sunday They can be bough however on a physicians prescription Agulnaldo is believed to have been shot and wounded by the men of the 33d Infantry who led by MaJ Marc pressed him closely through the mot tales His horse and his diary woro captured LAND AND STOCK W H Murphy sold a car load of ho In Louisville at 5c Isaac McCowan sold to James Ma Inlnllll steers and heifers at 119 Ethelbert beat Jean Beraud In the match race at Brooklyn Saturday WANTED a good tburoUllbred outh down bucic Box 32 Mt Vernon Ky O P Huffman bought of 5weeney Morgan a bunch of butcher cattle at 3ie R H Bronaughs Lady Kent ran third at Lalonla Saturday She sold 15tol Marquis Bean of Clark raised a steer which weighs 2237 pounds as two yearold W G Welch named for our distinguished townsman ran second In good race at Latonla Saturday Spring chickens that ought to be with the hen are now on the market at 360 and 4 Georgetown News A horse will eat In a year nine times his own weight a cow nine times an ox six times and a sheep six times brood sows averaging 260 pound ISixshoats of 100 pounds each and two yearling mutes for sale Mark Hardlo John Webb bought of Wm Calve and John Davis 100 fat hogs at 4c J C Johnson bought 40 at 4 37Adv oate At a public sale of rangebred Hero ford cattle held by Mr Collen Cameron of Lochlel Ariz 87 average 14445 Joon M Gooch sold to Morris Fred his old crop of wheat at 77c Samuel Dudderar sold his to same party at same price Carpenter S Bond of Anderson sold to Welbl 478 1100pound cattle for 23174 and R H and W F Llllar liD of 025 pound for 0010 B D Hoitzclaw has hauled to King vllle aver 1000 bales of hay for wblc he received 318 50 per too He Is oow buying It In Garrard and hauling It thereOur horse ads disappear with thle Issue Horsemen tell us that they have done unusually well this year and a large crop of colts may be expected In due time The C L Gerlaugb Shorthorns 40 In number sold at Osborn 0 at an average of 543 The 22 Imported anl male four mules and 18 females mad the excellent average of 758 Hood Worthington delivered bill lambs to D N Prewitt From ooly 152 ewes he had 105 lambs and out or tbo 115 lambs be delivered 174 averag Ing 80 pound C T Worthington ads o delivered to Prewitt 110 that average 87 pouudliAdvooate Last week was the banner one lor- sales ul dark tobacco by LouUvllI warehouses the total sales being 200 hogshead of dark agalni 503 of Bur ley Tna dark business U the Jargon probably ever duos in one week on thi- market Private sales were 1315 hogs headsC Brawner of Boyle writes us to contradict the story circulated ut Dar villa that he did not have enough to bacco plants to set ono acre He ba already yet 12 acres and finished re planting He litnow plowing and hoe lug It and In a few days will have good many plants and says if there are any democrats In the Stare of Ken tucks who wants them they can hay them free of charge aud he will belp them pull them and feed them goo while at hU house MASS CONVENTION Pursuant to the order of the demo ratio State Executive Committee 01 Kentucky the democrats of LlncoL county will assemble at the court bouts ID Stanford on Saturday Juno Ith al 2 oclock I M standard time for tbe purpose of selecting delegates to tin State Convention to be held In the city of Louisville on Thursday June 14th for the purpose of choosing delegate to the democratic National Conveniloi al Kansas City All persons who will at the November election 1000 be lega rotors and who are devoted to tbo prln slple of the democratic party and de sire to see those principles succeed ant ill democrats who by participating In said muse convention will feel In honor round to support the nominees of the democratic National Convention shall lave a right and are hereby Invited to participate In said mass convention Lincoln county Is entitled to one dele rate for each 200 votes and fraction of or more votes cast for the head ul tbe democratic national ticket at the residential election 1800 JNO W HOLMES Chmn Thomas M Gilmore the whIsky broker has announced bU candidacy or the democratic nomlnaltbo fpr Con ress fn the Louisville district Hon Harvey Helm county aliorne of Lincoln and a Central Unlvcrsit graduate is a candidate for district delegate to the Kansas City democratic convention He Is a good man Rich mond Pantograph WA TED Walnut Logs Lumber and Trees Address 0 C MENDEL Sit t I1KO CO Louisville Ky FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLEIDANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Asilstant Manager Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror ancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds aplcnd table Everything firstclass Porter meet all trains 89 FRITH HOTEL r PSAMCIS50 Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY 6 teat Hotel In the mountain rate eonsllti rortrninrtt all train Special attention to Ira elms tur- nLost Strayed or Stolen One black mare tight tore hootfplll Iron shoo to edge of hair mull knot on lett shoulder Any Information will bo thankfully received and duly rewarded MlLVlN FltrllEHICK Yosemite Casey Co Ky 1OLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorge O Weatherford has a contract tor FeLL Coxnioi SALE of Old Mock Whl ky In HuHtonvlllc KV H C MOCK Danville Ky W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltallif Air Physician In attendance Office In the New Thompson Building Tf The GreenStore HUSTONVILLS New Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur- fishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c Thev wore all Iioiulit before recent nt- vallcts and consequently the prices are owur than other SIOCHH liiniKht since roods went up Leo my new line of lint WcHtlier Clothing Low Cui Shoes and Straw Ilntg JAMES FRYE of farm implements tools wa ons and vehicles or all kinds is one wayofsaym6 finish emn t It does it too Its e asmuch as use wears them outandafewcens invested in NCPwill earn clpllars in weari capa expensive necessities W MtWHEVT THE FIFTH AVE MOTEL Louisville a Tin luiwt cciitrHllvlooiiti and only FJESr Lmssho- tel in the city making a 2 RTEtne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks frqui the three principal theatres Street cars pass tliedoor to all parts of the iCltjv Everything neat and clear I HON JAMES D BLACK Of Knox County U n candidate for tho nomination for the olllco of lovurnori sub jeer to the action of the Democracy ZION HARVEY 1IEL9 II a candidate for delegate from iMo 81h nittrlct to tho Kama CHv eon vcntlon legit to tho action of the democratic Ilnrty ZION G G GILBERT CongresIDINK FARMERI- d a candidate for Jailer subject to the lion c of the democratic party Uo ollcll your support JOHN C PEPPLES II candidate for Jailer or Lincoln OoUhty subject to the action of tho ilumocratlc ty Your support U solicited FOR RENT The property at Crab Orchard lately OCt cupled by Airs M A Hinplnton It Inctudu residence garden Pasture Ac Apply to- O II Singleton Grub Orchard Ky Horses and Mules to Scl I have Four S vear old Mare Mutes and Four good Work Maraca for sale 17 1m L Q GOOCII Wnynesburg Ky 5 REIWARCFor return of cow bought from Dud 1I0lmes and which left llrndheud and went In th direction of his home about a month Sheds u small red cow with a white spot on the torehead has nhnrp horn and is years old Meta W LYNCH Wllrtle Ky SummerGoods Light Unuoa Negligee Shirts Silk Shirts LowCutStyoeSerge Without Vests Luster Coats Straw Hats Crash Hats Belt- sSOFT TIES Etc U pjROBEHTS1 Desirable Farm At Private Sale Desiring toChanxrcclimate on account ot iv health I will lull ut private alB my Counlylientulknntl Ii mile West of McKInncy on 0 S It U This farm and ImprovemenU are atmin th beat In tile flue Grass region of Ken jcky Tho Uwolllng la u modurn brick and aloe metal roof containing rooms will hlU porch and verandah Outbulldlnp nude two Hplpndlc und commodious barns wllh 21 box ntalls and trod room for 101 title or 200 sheen other building Includt t house buggy hou ea meat liim o coal pose poultry house flower pit and good lellUlt muse vo rooms IlIIlIdlngl- nro In IIntcIII repair Iud compamtlvvV Norer railing orchard of best variety of fruit The of tiara farm U InrgorJKJrtlon itclasa land Abundance of never falllnfj water four rock died ponds In addition to branch through one side of the place 200 acres of farm In Muo grass or meadow with acre In heat and corn fencing In excellent con Itlon and abundance In quantity This farm Is In good shape for division If IqunreIinvlllo nnd McKlnnney Turnpike This IlOhm and farm has to ho ech to be appro elnted Any one wishing to necuro a very ralrabln place will rarely meet with an opportunity to Dud tills quality on the mar desiringID S JOHNSTON fh Southern Kutual1nmtment Company Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST JIOIUI Odlcet Lulll lon Ky General Office LouUrllle Ky ranch Otnices Vs Dallltuo-reltd1hlladelpha 1- ai4 Ts Cartlfiete IHolders 29218235 FaitidTo ficirrtlFiud 1980092- 5BAKNEI WBARIH toolAgent SttBforA STA NFORJDS- BUSY STORE I Literally bristles with Low Prices and Great Values We have opened the way for ECONOMICAL SHOPPINGA- nd our Inducements are real and substantial SPECIAL ATTRACTIONSFor This Week Domestics Wo will again ncll 10 yards of Calico to each customer for 3c per yard Checked Shifting Cotton corker brand worth 7c this week for 41c 20 Pieces of Outing worth 7c special this week 6c 1Itl Ticking per yard C- o30lnch Percale Be Apron Checked Gingham 4jc Clothing Boys Wash Pant lOe IV y Linen Suits nallor collar don ble hressted largo pearl buttons worth tl 25 only 75r Boys Linen Coats well made only 35c Boys Imltaton Vest Suits In wash goofs go for 48c Fens Linen Pants 4Sc Mens Linen Suits 2 Mens Black Wor te l Pants 09c A MR line of the 250 Pants left to clopI at 139 Remember wo are sole dNIrlbuler of tile relehratcJ Dutchfss Trouien The best Pants in the world Shoes Ladles black Oxlonls only 30c A Bis Hrlvo 100 pain Lmllfi vesting top Tan Oxfords We Ladles lace turned sole slices black or tan worth 13 only f 09 Mens Tan Shines worth 150 only 93c Menn Plow Sboei as low as 73c Notions 3 Hpools Machine Thread lOc 2 Hunches Finishing Braid 5c lug Irh010 dozen Ladles fait black seamless hoso 5c Mens Grey Cotton How 0 pair for 25c 20 Dozen Tau halt hose mercerized anti high colored heels and toes worth 25c special this week IBc lug Dre Ladle Ribbed Vets 3 for lOc Mona fancy Ualbriggan Underwear worth 11only 43o per suit Mens Negligee Shirts collars and culT attached 35c Mens Silk Hoootu Shirts worth lsale clal this week COc Dig Drive Mens fast Madras Shirts two collars worth 700 only 4o- Mens Rood work Shirt 3 for II Boys Shirt Waists l c- One lot Mens 25o Suspenders will be closed out for ISc Ladies ReadyTo Wear Garments One lot of Pf rcalo Shirt Waists plain suit tucked detachable collars worth 75o this week 4Sc Linen Skirts braided In white apron effect worth POo for 60c- luo Duck Skirt trimmed In white braid worth fl60 only uSe Ladles Crash Skirts In Ecru and Colon only OO- clllack Worsted Skirt worth 1160 go for OS- cPercallne Underskirts In good bright colors worth 75o this week 4Sc 1LaceLouivil1o Store Furnishings SHLINCER BROS PRORS IT D RANFiIY MGR Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co or Newark New Jersey J Assets jSThe Best Policv The Dest Company Annual Dividends Before Qur pllcatlcatlon for Life Insurance IceIR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky tier References Our Policy Holders J I S SS SS S I BIO LINE OF CLjOTHIN G t t For Men Boys and Children ODD PKNTS H SPECIALTY I See our Line of Custom Made Pants at f250 to 1123 per pair W B PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky MENs ATENT LEATHER SHOES We have these in Ideal Kid and Pat Calf Button and Lace different toes and lasts and can please you Right now is the time when you need them Boys and little gents also in some thing nice CALDWELL LANIER Danville Tho Leading Shoe and Furnishing House of Danville THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most todate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re contly equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmut Lenses the new discovery In optical science to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of the very latest Designs irk 1ouldj gs Patterns never sold In this locality beforehave to bo seen to bo appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among tine lot is the New French FleurDeLIs mouldings specially for suitable qollcmo pictures Embroidered Mats French Colors and all pictures that reo o dainty When In Dauvllle call and see us end got our prices We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ofllco Danville Ky Stanford Female College COMMENCEMENT CALENDAR Tuesday May 20th at 8 r jr The Art Reception at the College 8un lay June 3rd at 1045 A rf The Anniversary Sermon by the RflvJ 11 Say age pf Danville at the the Baptist Church Wednesday June Otb at 8 r The Annual Concert at the Opera House Thursday June 7th at 1030 AM Commencement Address by the Rev W If Ryalls of Richmond Conferring degress on Graduate t t the Opera house J r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNK 5 I 00 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUB boat materials combined with and accuracy Insure good results No other methods are ever used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP W n BrtAOY spent last week in Louisville Miss MYRTLE HUCJHES li visiting In Lancaster ALEX FHANCIS Is clerking In the Racket Store Mn J W DKLDFN has moved his family to Louisville DR AND MRS J S COOIER of Liv- Ingston wero hero yesterday Mns WILLIAM FIELDS Is visiting Mrs 0 A Moore at Livingston MRS HUME LOGAN of Louisville is with Mr and Mrs J II Baughraan Miss MANOLIA ELLIOTT of Liberty Is the guest of Miss Katherine Wllch er MRS W P WALTON will entertain thn Sowing Club Thursday from 3 to 6 P M MRS II C RuiLEY returned yestor day from a visit to Louisville and SbopncrdsvIHo Miss DonA BAUOUMAN went to Dan ville Saturday to stay with her sister Mrs Montle Fox JOHN BLEUSOE BAILEY returned from his law school Saturday night a full Hedged graduate HON H 0 WARREN went to Fal mouth yesterday to veil the Mcltoberts land by order of court Miss ANNIE COVER of Stanford Is attractive guest of Miss Maymo Pick les Ulchmond Register Miss RACHEL ALLISON who bas been with her sister Mrs Mary lurch returned to Lexington Saturday MISsus 8 n BADOHMAN W W Wither J F Cummins and Forest McClary went to Cincinnati Sunday Miss SUE ROUT is now bookkeeper and cashier for the Louisville Store in place of Mill Sallie Shelton resigned- R W MARTIN who is runnl ng an engine out of Birmingham is visiting his pare on Mr and Mrs Alor Martin I DR L D WIIARTON of Smlthfleld N C is visiting his sister Mrs S M Rankln on his return from the reun ion MRS JAMES DKVEltand little daugh ter Vclrna from Hustonvillc are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Leo Myers MRS J W HAYUEN asks us to an nounce that the C W B M will moot 0at the Christian church at 3 p M i Wednesday Miss JESSIE COOKB arrived from Nashville this morning to vIMl her sister Mcsdamea Gee B Cooper and J E C Walton Miss LCTIB JONES of South Caroli na sponsor for the Darlington Camp of Confederate Veterans Is the guest of j the Misses Bibb Till family of J Blokoff arrived yesterday from Falls River Mass and they have rented Mr Lizzie Hockers house In Darsttown Miss JENNII LYNN of Stanford sister of Mr Joseph E Claunch I visiting Col and Mra T M Thatcher Somerset Journal M E IKUiTT of the firm of Pruitt Bros undertakers Moroland Is in Louisville taking a course in W S Meltons school of t RoN A C mbalmtciiIIMo Is visiting his Garrard and Lincoln first cousin of tko late J M Cook of HustonsHie Mus SUSAN COOIBR of Blooming ton III arrived Sunday to visit her brother Mr William Durton who is gutting on wcllwlth his blood poisoned handtJUDGE STHRLINU F GRIUBS of Cuoro Texas who attended tho reun ion at Loulsvlllo ran up from there and shoot Saturday night with Mr W P Grimes at the old homo TUB Cincinnati Enquirer says thut Carroll Hold has gqno to New York to remain with Mr Morris who Is handling tho Long stable of Loulsvlllo until the last of October MR CLARENCE E TATE who is making reputation and money In tho legal profession In his home in Little Rock Ark arrived Saturday to spend the summer with his parents Mr and Mrs W P Tate A PAIR admirer of Gov Goebel at Bloomington 111 who wishes shocould make It a hundred times more sends us a dollar for tho monument to mark the resting place of one of the greatest men of his day MRS W W GOLTRA of Crawforde vllle Ind came with Miss Lucy Miller Given who has boon attending college there and la the guest of her ter Mrs G C Given Mlea Lucy has grown wonderfully in a year F L THOMPSON tho clever drum mer beat tho rest of tho traveling mon for JGlazebrook Bro Louisville last month gelling 130 orders to 113 the next highest mans number In dollars and cents he ulao beat them badlyMiss ELLEN BALLOC toUt UB that Misses Minnie Sino and lute Mershon have practiced through the entire year just closing without missing aday Mine Kate Morshon has registered 310 hours t and 30 minutes Practice makes per feet and these young ladles have proved It Mns J E PORTMAN has closed her music classes temporarily dad has gone to Stanford to spend a few weeks with relatives and eCourier Journal Mrs Portman has given such sat isfaction and made such a success as a teacher that another class was gotten up for her and she will return Id 10 days to take charge of It M S PEYTON enjoyed the reunion SuudayIaction HON HAUVEY HELM Is In Nicholas villa today Ho la receiving grea encouragement In his ambition to bo a delegate from this district- I F MARCOSSON one of tho editor of the Louisville Times and a very bright young man was up Sunday to see his brother Max N Marcoaeon of the D D Asylum at Danville and drove over to Stanford They aro brothers of tho noted violinist Miss JEANIE FELAND had arranged to entertain in honor of the Literary Club at her country homo Friday eve ping but learning that Mrs J S Owe ley Jr bad also sent out Invitations for that night changed the date to Thursday evening 7th LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work PATENT Leather strap slippers at Cummins McClary1 TARE watches clocks and Job work to Embry Englcman Fort SALESee n hand wagon scales J H Banghraan L Co DONT gettingthose Bargain Percales at Severance Sons FOR SALETwo Jersey cower good milkers fox 101 Stanford f TilE INTERIOR JoUnL28 col umns twice a week only 91 per year LOOK out for our special Juno otter ing of slippers and shoes Severance Son FRESH car load of lime salt and cement just received W C Greening Uustonvlllo 3t GIVE Mrs W B OBannon your order for cut dower basket or plants for commencement BASE BALL Stanlord Huston villa will cross bate on the grounds hero Friday afternoon when a good game may bo expected GOOD reserved seats to the Dan Packard Opera Co at Lancaster tonight tomorrow and Thursday nights can be secured at W B McRoberu1 drug stor- eDYrMies Dye aged 21 daughter of John Dye died Friday night of measles and was burled Intho Highland Methodist church yard Saturday afternoon BESIDES four leading Ore in suronce companies 1 represent the Old Continental In the counties of Lincoln Boyle and Casey Oftlce Lancaster Street Phone 82 R B Mahony NEWSPAPERS will not get much In formation from census enumerations It Is a 1500 fine for them to give out statistics gathered and they must re tart those who ask thorn question per taining to this work ARM BROKEN ago Nowland little eon of Marshal O J Newland full from his tricycle Friday and broko his left arm between the elbow and the wrist Not long ago he fell from a fence and broke the other arm ONE confect spent about as much money as flvo G A Rs remarked a Louisville gentleman who saw both crowds Another close observer said The G A Rs brought only one sblrt and a SID bill each and didnt change either Twas different with tho rebI ANOTHER DEAD Bcazlev Bros the liverymen are still playing in badI luok having lost another horse four In fire or six weeks This one was a splendid bay and they had refused 200 for him only a tow days ago The ani mal reared up and falling back broko a blooJ vessel DEATH Mr W S McGuire tolls us that the widow of W D McGuIre died a few days ago ut Clarke In Jefferson troublelllHernamed gentleman died March 8th of smallpox Mrs McGulre had been blind for 90 year and never saw but one of her ID children seven of whom are living WILL colored boy came very near catching a bullet from E S Ar nolds pistol the other day Mr Arnold was told that the darkey bad been after hU chickens In broad day light and when he saw Leo bo sent a couple of leaden missies after him but failed to hit him A number of Mr Arnolds neighbors have lost chickens and they think Leo knows where they went THE Stanford Female College had aIfine day for Itt commencement sermon and the young ladles marched to tbeI Baptist church and back with no fearI of rain to spoil their pretty white dresses As usual a largo crowd waeI drawn to the service and as Is custo mary there was no other preaching in town A double quartette consltlnlCI of Mesdames Mahony Rico nn and Miss Llllle McClary and Messrs Crouch Singleton McClary and WaI ters furnished the music which wasI very tine and higbly complimented They all sang Praise the Lord when the school bad entered the church and afterwards an anthem Mr M F Elkin and JC McClary sang a duet Jonas I My Cross Have Taken vltbI excellent effect and at the close of the sermon the Lords Prayer was chanted by the double quartette DrJ R Savage of the Methodist church Dan ville took for his subject The Love of the Truth and delivered a sermon which was alike practical Instructive and eloquent The entire service was a beautiful beginning of the commence ment week which Includes a concert Wednesday night and tEe finalexer oleos Thursday mornings both at the Opera House J IPLANTS of nil kinds O J Nowland ICE CHESTS refrigerators o at Ulgglns McKlnney Deorin1tg DEERINO sections and blades at to prices Ceo H Farris fc Co PRESCRIPTIONS lrOtnlply wla rately filled at Craig ft HookertIII THOSE wishing to violin will please apply to Ales Isabella Bat byNOTIoEYour taxes for tho year 1000 are duo Settle at once L R Hughes collector FOR SALE PRIVATELY My rest dance and store house tbo latter occu pled by Pennys Drug Store J W Hayden Fort buggy and tires rlmsan alii8lzesA LOCAL politician remarked this morning that Lincoln county was five to one in favor of Hon Jame D Black for governor Toe three tine Plane for the Misses Ballous concert were furnished by Mr W H Gibson of Louisville are a Baldwin an Ellinger and a Hal net Bro NEWS comes from Mt Vernon that an effort Is being made to have Gov Bradley run for Congress in this dis trict Judge Morrow believes ho will run if nominated TIlE Presbyterian ladle are taking time by tbo forelock Mrs W B Me Roberts asks ua to say that they will give a dinner in the church yard July 4th to help raise money for a carpet THE fiscal court authorized Judge Dal ley Attorney Helm and Clerk Cooper to loan the WOOO that had accumulated as a sinking fund to pay the turnpike bond and they did so at 4 percent Interest tbe same the bonds bear CIRCUIT COURT will begin next Mon day with the lightest docket for years J F Holdam clerk tells us tbat there are 21 old and 25 new Commonwealths cases 17 ordinary 10 ordinary appearances 5 equity appearances and old equity cases OLD DOOgMMrH A Pleasants showed us an account book kept by his grand father Frances Abraham In 1808 Among the charges are one plot of whisky 0 cents which sounds pretty cheap to those who have to pay for It with the tax added TILE concert and elocutionary enter tainment to be given by Misses Ellen and Flora Ballous classes In Stanford Female College at Walton Opera House Wednesday night Is sure to b9 Interesting and enjoyable Admission 25c reserved scats 35 at W D McRob erw THE Stanford colored base ball team and the Harrodsburgs will play here Thursday That night the Star Com edians will give a show at Odd Fellows Hull and afterward a grand ball will tako place Admission to show adults 15c children tile Ball game lOco Man agent Joe Hayden A Smith TRADE Mr Richard Walter has bought of Mrs Emma Baker Camet e her house and lot containing 29 acre on the Danville plko for 13500 In orI der to make the trade Mr Walter bought lire Annie McClarys home tbe Miller addition for 91075 and a va cant lot adjoining of J H Baughman for 990 and put them both in as part payment Mrs Calmeso wanting the place torn hone the meeting at HustonPAInt IItoWodnediiy July 25tb James P Bar per was oleuted preldent T L Car pontor W G Cowan and F F San dldge vice prosldente W D Hocker secretary C W Adams assistant seol- rotary J IL Hooker treasurer fboi directors selected are James Frye H Skinner W S Drye M F North C C Carpenter J K and M S Baugbman J P Rlffe W K Sbugar 0 L Crow Josiah G S Shel1 AHordlE IorjIROCHESTER Col Welch had a dis patch from Arlington Texas Saturday Informing him of the death that morning of Cap E T Rochester formerly of Stanford He had a com plication of kidney and stomach troubled and sad boon sick more than a year Capt Rochester got his military title In the Confederate army He was In Col Grlgsbye Oth Kentucky and served during the war Afterwards be married Mrs Helm a widowed slater Col Welch who died about a year ago They leave four children Misses Mattie Louise and Oracle and Edwin of whom are grown and live In Texas Capt Rochester was a popular and excellent gentleman and his frienfa here will learn with regret that he la more NOT MARRIED MUa Helen Thur mond called at this olllco Saturday to express her Indignation at an item tel ling of her marriage to R H Hamm Rockcasllo She didnt blame us nor the reporter who sent it but she a docs feel deeply offended with the one who Imposed on him and us Some peo ple do not kndw how far to carry a joke and the one who started tbe sport of the marriage acorns to bo of the number Miss Thurmond Is a most estimable young lady and Is of course annoyb ed at such free use of her one she la but slightly acquainted with Jokes do well enough when kept in bounds tut carrying them as far as this ono makeathetn offensive a a RQ RI4bsolutcly Pure Made from most highly refined and healthful ingredients Assures light sweet pure and wholesome food bakingsold chene to catch the unwary but alum is a poi son Its use in food seriously Injures health VOflIITilE whole line of alike Including novelties in corded and hemstitched taffetas Is the offering in this weeks cut price sate Dont delay but come at once JPJones BEAT TilE LAW Frank Smith and the Widow Nannie Chambers botn 35 were married Sunday and in conse quence there will thj sun cusp ttoo to try when court convenes TIRE Hustonvillo ball team must be a warm number It defeated the Har rodsburg club nine to five at Huston vllle Saturday afternoon notwithstand log the visitors had fourcrack players from Danville MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Representative W U Grlder of Warren and Mlu Kittle Ward of Harrison will marrv In tbe early fall John Rawllngg of St Louis got mad because his daughter married against his will and blew his own brains out W R May 20 of Casey county and Martha F Pipes 22 of Boyle county were granted marriage license on tbe 31t Advocate Mrs Sarah E Borelug tiled suit at London against her husband Congre Vincent Borelng for divorce and alimony She is an ountof Hon W R Ramseya The Knoxville Sentinel makes announcement of the marriage of Mr William Sneed of that city to bliss Elizabeth Logan which will occur at the home of her father Dr P W In this county on the 20th Tbe ofdmown hero and who used to live In Knoxville It also say that tbe pros peutive groom is a highly csuumed young business man engaged in a pay log enterprise in East Knoxville Married In Danville Mr MOJO C Tanner of McKinney and Visa Alma the pretty daughter of Mr H C Gann of this city The groom ia a popular young business man who has shown that he la a gentleman of parts to have successfully captured a prize over nu meroua and sundry competitors Sora erset Journal Mr Tanner has lately returned from the Philippines where he did valiant service for his country In the capacity of a soldier We congratulate him on getting eo great a re ward and hope he and his will live to tell their grand children of the burd ships the old man saw In fighting the Filipinos CHURCHES AND PREACHERS lOver 7000 personsre attending the National Dunkard convention at Wabash Ind Rev R R Noel filled an appointment at tbe Baptist church Vllllama burg Sunday Revs 0 H Neat and WG Cram are assisting Rev W S Grinstead in a meeting at Taylorsville and many con veralona are reported According to the plan of both branches Congress will adjourn atrlktra atoned a car In St Louis an unknown pasaenger fired from window fatally wounding a boy A lone highwayman held up three stags coaches and 32 people in the Yosemite Valley and then escaped- I F Hall has been appointed superintendent of car service of the Q C the oBlce of car accountant baa een abolished By the death of Thomas K Miace of Chicago hla daughter Edna 15 be comea sole heiress to si theatres and fortune estimated at 2000tp The ScmlWepklv iNTERioit JOURNAL publish ed at Stanford by Mr W P Walton has been enlarged from a nix to a seven column Tbu JOCUNAL la wttnout doubt sun of the verv beat county newspapers In tbe State of Kentucky It Is a true blue democratic paper and la ably edited Mayfield Mirror STRAYED OR STOLEN Strayed or stolen from the John D Car iaMtyednesday t will weigh about pounds lie U red In color JAS L YANTIS Iluttonvllle Ky PI trIll BEOS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MORELAND KY QiIck and efficient attention to bnrlals elegant RobesAcbans Price right J W PARKHILL MrD HOMEOPATHIC PEYSIOIAK Dr 1urkhlll baa had years experience lu the general practice of medicine and offers hU services to the public of Stanford and vlelnttr Special attention given to chronic case Otllce Court House over lleazley Pros Livery Stable OlHce hour from I to r u Produce And Junk Wanted I IIIcJiMt Cusb Irlcelicalli for SeMI Iron and flags WI lound cash for ulneng We have located In Stanford for the purchase of Eggs Chickens tildes Wool Feathers fee We pay for Hones Roc per hundred Highest cash price for Brass topper le Odles nud shop two door from Main tiring in yourProduct and get our prices sTANFono ruoineicco J Gold und J BlckolT English Hunter Combined bay stallion 10 hands hlglu both bind ankles white Iced by AIIDALLAH ME tiOtRIllr t data the William Lusk saddle mareIby Davy Crockett son of Dennys by Imp Drennon 2nd dam by Highlander Abdallah Messenger sire of English Hun ter Is by Messenger Chief sire of Maud Messenger 3il6- Kngllth Hunter has proven to be tho but sire of tine size and hlgb styled saddl horses In the countryrI will stand season 1000 nt my stable four miles from Stanford ou Crab Orchard pike at 10 to Insure a bluing Colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with A C DUNN Stanford GALTON 12910 Shred by Otmlwtu Wllkw 2 191tsire of tluln elte2aS Lottie torlne 2Mj end ulhtnnltba 2 lilt Klntduu Daisy Field jrandtm of Alice Wllkei 217 and Alntla 22 nt two tears old by Kn LulSecond dan QulcklepbvkrntuckyPrince Jr lire of J 227 J others and of the thorn ol two In the list Q2ttUiiulxtta Wilkes ions and daughters have Vita the 2 tO11- 1tslouColtsarealtfast mid good lookers and 1110U1eolKeUu teed In show rings Ho will stand at mr stable two miles west of Hut tonrlllf on the UrailbrJtTllle pike at 10 to Insure a Live Colt M HOOD Huttontllle Kr WantedAn Idea Iot IWrit CULTIVATdR t RO 1iii1 i 11Wetell the I Moline Brown News parture Cultivators t f C5fAlso OneHorse Flve Tooth Cultivators If you need a Cultivator see aafft Higgins McKinney Patent Leather Shoes Full Dress Shirts Stylish Collars New Neckwear r Dressy Goods eLi I 1 J For Dressy People Ir CUMMINS MCLARY SILK WEEK t All Things Come To Those Who WaitijMany of our customers have been waiting for tho e elegant Hemstitch Tafletr to be offered In our CUT PRICE SALE and now here they aie to bl sold for one week only at prices not much higher than tbo cost of common goods They all go In title sale If you miss it you will certainly regret it First come first served Corded Taffetys Hemstitched Peau De SouiesII Satin Duchess Surahs and Satins t All of the above silks are in black white and many popular rotors of delic te tints width we offer for one week only VS JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Xest Weeks Ad o J r tii rit 1BjG OER i riili 1 On Mens Shoos and Toe Slippers We have highclass Tan ti L and Oxfords or the celebrated Zeigler make that sold at 12 to We offer you your choice at IMS Thess are the new style toes f25OIflrstclas guodsn bargain ShoesIfSee what we outs you at x148 2andJ50 llrgtrar Price OOo to U more I SHIRT WAISTS Loft of the Sample Line we showed early in the season at cost You cnn t aflnrd to make a shirt waist at the prices we offer them I SEVERANCE a SONS Opposite Court House tJ PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Ju B00 kt jr Stationery tr As C aln S rfl And oils i StamfordKa li- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL JSW mf n the pottoffice at Stanford at N913dCkS viaUer P bUllhe ru1a ns1irtcVAt 1PERYEAECASH will be chartedW en not opstdaiaOO XNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going NortbM Lt58 a n 241am II South 12 Sinn MMll 3 p For aHlPMnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION r Y25ATrrItatSn4eMa JtOS K No LeaS tte 210 L No Arrives at Ifewtaad at 1200 DAT So 22 Leaves SaaIr4at 280 p w QUEEN CRESCENT Train going S Mth AN Junction City Xo ortnontop NeS Uf09l x JfoS 1122 AM Vo f 601ivx Going Sonth No 3 de kt stop No 344 X o oI1ozI1IoIIG FRANKFORT CINCINNATI Tralnt teaT Frfcf Tt al G5O AM 30 r V aDd I r xcsr0M oretownwlth theJ- A C HetnrBlaskleat Paris at ti80 si anti 540 r reacbtag Frmikfcrt after connecting with q AC train stlltMA M7lor Jandu15r Tar Uiueuatn 3MTS for imrtre town at IS P I JKIWTOUIASOUTHERN RflllWflY I IN KENTUCKY J C1 SoIl la Efiet Mt J 20 1100 KASTHOCNB No Xo5 NO3 Lv Loiiar1 h 74am 400pm WPiAr ShelbyTfRe VIOAm MKpm IMtm Ar Laribg oWam ICSptn 94PIU Ar oraalUeR laWam 847pm tOOlptn rLexthSo8 14Am 715pm IQ1Iopm WEWTHOOKT No6 WT4L- v Lexttnn 13Jam 43pm 1I1on yeraaflles 765am 6OCpm 3n- MOamrYareDe c SOpm ST- r 9lOan 6303- 740pmAr LouMTtl lo4Oam 72tU LLoVID WMT1IOUNU lio iN1iTThTAT1aL 12NO iiiiPiii 7s1c LoulnllM Pi1014m- 1G09am 530pm lIlOam 7H pm I144Iii1 ArllarodabeLvl 440pm 7alRm 730pm 1099AT 11uig1nLv 4SOpm 70ari IASTBOUNB WZSTDOUNa No lltNoL87i BTAI10JIS INo IdltNaC 4oepm 74t Bi LT Louisrll Ar ia40am 14llpm 9Jtpi SWaHi Lr Sbelbvll All SlOam oMS- p47pmiaSaBie LT Verellca 7Mam O1m TlOpro l1lOam Ar Midway Lvl 730am alpm 3lOpmjIUSTBOOIID BWpei Ar Ulchmnd 405am 3ldp LObpmt Mr IrTtae Lvi 11110 No1 NO 3 STATJONSjILv 74am p Ar l0am 1ft8pm Ar Knoxvlltei 1IXlpIU14am Ar Allbcvllle VIOam Ii0nmi Ar Savannah Alrllm Ar Jacksonville Lv Chattanooga ftiftpm HSKH Ar Atlanta l02Spm llMai Macon t1tam SSpi ArJakaovtU14 830am lawjpi Lv Chattaioocm 10pm 84am Ar lUrmlacliam UXtapm lt4mAr Meridian tMum Opm Ar Nfiw Orl aMia 830am Na S through sleeping car Louisville to Illr mlhgbam via Lcilngwa and Chattanooga No 4 free observation chalr car Loulirltli so Lexington No 8 free observation chair car Lexington Ie Louisville Na lc plneeor Birmingham to Loulvrllle Tla LezlBRtoa Alt trains between LouUrllle Leilnclon and Iturcla dally Bstween Versailles and Georgetown NOB II and dally Nos 67 ami eedallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles NlchoUiville Rich Bond Irvine dally except Sunday IDatly except Sunday Other trains dally FsaANNONaaviiOM JM CULPT M Wa hlnstoa D C Washington DC WATCBKG P A WMILTATtoAC IA Washlngtoa D C Louisville Kf u Half Rates to- Cincinnati JulyIOI112 itonnd trip tickets will be on sale vb attanoofa and the Queen A CiMcent Route Sinai all points South to Cincinnati lid return one fare for the round trip on lhdtt named I Tbnducedrattre on account of an Toual convention BY P U America The return limit are liberal Write lor further particulars lie urr four ticket reads over the Queen Cres eat Roule It Ii 109 miles shorter than any other from Chattanooga Atlanta and the tenth Itsvrnedule are the qulckeit itn rain service if famous with trelen vry whereastheraoit perfect In the South W a Itlneanon U P A Cincinnati or J 1 MUcbI1 D P A httaooogt will be to send you free printed tattler or therjrormat1on- I BETWEEN LOUISVILLE and ClliCAO BEST LINE TO CaliforniaAND VAST NORTHWESTT- wo trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO tDinktj and Parlor Cars l C Drawing Room Sleepers MACON ft P A Crii fJrk tfLmllIh O In discussing the points in whIch this century hl1l failed the May Sue ceu quotes John C Haslres lIoner EamcR of H D Aot improved aafln Company a gentleman wHo knows nhnost every country merchant In the western hem theIand Australia In reply Mr Eamei said The business man is no more honest at heart todny thnn he was a century ago If he gets the chance he will cheat now just as quickly as heI would then lIe does not g9t the same opportunity There is not the same looseness in business As business tiai- grown in magnitude it has grown In conservatism and constraint An Eng IDsh newspaper recently made the statement that the American people are superior to tho English in domestic virtue but behind them in political and business integrity I cannot speak for politics but the English have just as many as if not more unreliable bust ness men than the Americans The American business man is more venturesome he will risk more He gets more chances to cheat and steal than the European shopkeepers Fifty or7S years ago Jfcw York was about what p large country town is today A man could go into a bank or business house and borrow money or buy goods on his reputation Now he must give more substantial security Even iii our country towns business has become a great deal snore tangible The credit syA tern is now a thorough science made necessary on account of the tremendous volume of business done I feel sure that the present generation is possessed of a great deal more business ability than any of its predecessors but not a whit more honesty Honesty is a better policy today than it for merly was because there is so much more at stake and knowledge is so much easier to get hold of But hon esty aa a policy is not honesty as principle and that is what I have in mind- I see nothing to indicate our recent 1m- provement in this respect But everywhere in business I see the signs multiplying to protect men from the greed and dishonesty of their fellows- According to a New York paper the people of that city are obliged to spend a large part of their time and strength in defending themselves against their own public servants A few evenings ago at a large meeting one of the speakers an eminent citizen spoke of it as one of the greatest and wealthiest cities of the world but the worst governed city outside of Constantinople He added that there Is no man in business life vho has not at some time received a warning that he would be ruined if he told the Iniquities of the city Corn binations to seize public moneys for private uses seem to have become a serious peril to American communities That is the eighth boy said the matron of a city employment bureau recentlywho has come today to en gage a cook laundress or parlor maid Moreover each one has made a good selection stated his requirements clearly and finished in half the time his mother or sister would have occu pIed The new boy is as distinct a product of the age as the new woman He can make his own bed sew buttons on his own clothes manage a bachelor establishment for his father and him self make out the menus and do chaf ingdith cookery all without losing his rank in school or his prestige among his boy mates At the close ot the last fiscal year there were 2617 railway mali routes in this country of a total length of 17672S9S miles over which the mall cars traveled that sear 28729126921 miles The government paid for the railway post office cars 417572466 and for the transportation of the mails 3194215088 or a total to the railroads of 3611787574 which was an average of 12 cents per mile for transportation and postalcars combined or 5 cents a mile for the cart alone It is said that a Methodist minister who spreads the Gospel on a circuit in the northern part of Alabama rec- eIved for this years work 285 two pairs of yarn socks one pair of Jean trousers and three pecks of potatoes With the potatoes the good old lady who sent them made the request that the parings should be saved as she wanted them to feed her cow A liberally attended entertainment in West Virginia the other tiny was a fight between a wild cat and a bull dog The animals were confined In a wire cage 15 feet square At the end of 30 minutes says a local exchange the dog was dead but the cat was uninjured In noting the progress of byprod nets manufacturers begin to doubt if there is any such thing as waste ma tennis Furnace slog is now turned into fireproof cement and dur able brick of soft gray colorI Omaha Neb is the third te rldll ing place in the United States Chicago and Kansas City are greater kill era than Omaha It has been found that in Illinois during the last 15 years birds have decreased 38 per cent IATHOUSAND TOIGUES Could not exnrei the ot Annie E Sprirr r of 1125 Howard St thlladelphi Pa wbtn e found hit Dr Kinirs Hew IMicomy for Cniurnllon had completely cured a hac lrtf cough that fur many year bad wade life a burden All other rriueille and dictor ciUld glre liar no help but sb says of this Royal Cure Il toon mnotf1 the In chut and I can now- siepsounIlyaviiethiagl tan n rctly reuieuider doing lfvr founding Its praUe Ihrou bon Vnlmte ho will ererioim who tries Itr Ktns Srw DllIOOnry or any trouble tha Ilurost bet or lnng triw Sc and 8100 frlal bo tlf frefl at Penny Drug Store every toltlfjuirnnteeJ s JBv au explosion ot nltroRiycerlne i1iu1 I Oil pre jcIBd tId perouoeIv SKIN TORTURES And Every Distressing Irritation of the Skin and Scalp Instantly Relieved by a Bath with CUTICURA SOAP Mid a single anointing with Cmcviu the great skin cure and purest ot emollients This Is tho purest sweetest most speedy permanent mid economical treatment for torturing dUflgurltifr itching burning bleeding scalp crusted and plirtpl skin ami MIll humors with loss of hair ami has received tho endorsement of physicians oMiinlst and nurses throughout tho world Mopping fonu toilet have skin with isto beautifying walp hair anI foreign or domenic ester soap liowrvrr It to with It all the pnrpoies of toilet bath Thus It In ONK SOAP at Twer TwBSTVrivis VENTS busy sUn soap BEST toilet soap lIE baby soap world Complete and Treatment Humor Price 125 of Ccricint SOAP to clranra the of eniiH scale cuticle OINTMCNT Sic to IntUutly allay ttclilng Itrl talon soothe CtrricinA bdci to and clean bloOd A eiNotl It often cure mp t dUHirurin hamlllatlng attn pfcilp blood humor Sold throughout world tortes Dnco Cum Conr 1rop Itoiton Mut about Bkln Sealp Uairtre THE RED CIRCLE PILL the Livur viII Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The Best Kidney and on Earth Has tried years list never failed Cure Dyspepsia indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache Anti the grant ailments caused by TorpidUvci DOES NOT WATTSBATE OB GRIPE But acts on the 23 doses In for 25c Try It once and you never be it For Sale by W McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE Foaled 1695 15 land 3iInches high weight lloo pounds mahogany bay with black points model In for iiesslng that wonderful style charocterUtlc of the Cheater Dare family which time word ucknowIndgoA as superior to all n show rlJlulutionMnnlngmany blue ties yearold torn be took Blue Tics Out of 14 Shows Central Kentucky In harness he U very stylish with great anti Is quite speedy both harness and under Middle We believe public Is now forded nn opportunity to secure the service of the coming young stallion the day ut a price within reach of all slrlrg class of colt when matured that will readily on our Eastern market at fancy prices See him to fully appreciate him PeDiauEE Sired the famous Chester Hare 10 N S II It ho by Black Squir 58 he by Black Eagle ho Klqg William lie by Washington Denmarkflt he by Galnes Denmark and he by Race horse Denmark S by Imported HtdgH ford Jam Llzzlo Welchroont A t It lie Wlllliim Welch34lliebtr- llainblvtonlaii 10 Welchmoatn 1st dam Pauline by Almont Forest S843 2d dam Arxlallah Mel r by Gills Vermont 4th dam ThorouhbredIWill make the season of at Lawn Mere stock faru 2H miles West Hustonvllle Ky on Bradfordsvllle Hustonvllle pike At S15 To Insure A Live Colt Mince traded or parted with forfeits incur ance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Mares from distance at per month Grazing bill must be paid before removal of mare Mares In trusted will receive my personal attention am responsible for or escape 0 0 CARPE- NTEROKLAHOMA A chestnut stallionrncssuriDg j hands and 1500 Ii horse fine carriage and in disposition He will be shown in Stanford next Court DayIOklahoma will makethe season at my homo on the HalerWell Road two miles South of Stanford At 510 to Insure Living Colt Will also stand my jack BTJJD- KT 6 INSURE Bud by Billy B Winchester that has never been beat in show ring E E PATTERSON Stanford Ky REBiD will stand this fine jack at stable at land at SB to Insure A Living Colt fine breeder some of hit colts sold uhigh as fU year lie is by Abraham At utile time and place I will stand noted Jan JUMBOIJh Is a roininR 4yearoliI blank with white rielnl 101 bands high lani round feet heavy bour style and action and a ure foal getter HI by mares and Jennet will be ties from on up WIll stand it Insure llTrlnK Colt Was ilretl by Vulcan hs by old Alexander lit lain by Iroctor Knott mba Sims by tiurerlor Mammoth of Frank Hills jennet she by Maxwells IleTereei Superior Miinmoth by Royal Mammoth 1m fuinlihed at U per month Care taken to prevent accidents but rMpontlble should occur rA tine lied Wllkrs standard bred cult will be permitted to ute a few teem gratis JUKlNOJIoailANU Kv MULES FOR SALE of good Work Mules for sate Five years old 15 hand high Good and gentle Apply JAMenlUMni Maywood Ky 4r2 Millions of Women tsB CrvicrnA SOJM srlu lvolv for pre fervltljfiurlflngnnJl IIIRuUfrlngtholJrllI for cleansing the scalp of cruitr scales ami ilandrufl and the of falling hair for nenlng whitening and soothing red rough nod sore handi In the of baths for annoying Irritations Inflammations anti dialing or too free or otcnlvQ pcwplra tlon In form of wailics for ulcerative vreaVncsACf and many M in tho antticp tie purposes which readily eupgeat themselves to women anti cipcclnlly mother and for all tho purposes of tho bath anti nuTtarf Nosmountof Peruaeion can Induce thoe who u cd It to use any other especially for preferring and 11110 rg tho lUnvcalp anti hair of infants nnd children ClrriuuitA SeAl combines dcllfiite emollient propcrtlta derived from CitliuilA the great cure the purest of draining ingredient unit the most refreshing of flower odors other aloft ealf l soap ever compounded be tom pared with It frpreferring purifying anti the kln hands o other expensive Lc eoinptnil for tho anti nuncry rotnblnes ONE yta the and cvrnplvxlou the and T In tho Eiternal Internal for Eiery Consisting 25e attn and and soften the thickened CtrricTBA Indaioinalloo and and nod IIM and UE cool the 8ET mffldcnt to the locturtm and and with loss of balr when all else fall the Bol All the and A8ist8 Nature do the Liver Stomach Homedv been 50 to majority of a I gently liver a box will without B IECHIPIION a As yearling In his 13 Through action In the af of a soil by No 74 by 67 1st by No Uysdtk by 3d of a 3 but I not 16 weighs pounds a of perfect TO is of a 1 More Ky Delia lat the tOe and tine colt 10 to n be by he out not snv Pair o for once Xo Bed Squirrel Jr No M N II S Brown Stallion 15S hands high sired by SquirreNodam by Oray Eagle thoroughbred This homo has proven hlimnlf to be tne of the beat lireedors of fnccy hor tgt In Kuti mucky always giving them fine sle and plenty of action No son of Red ftiulrrel more good horses than this one Ho will make season at our stable Etanfon1at xo to Insure a Live Colt Money due when celt is foaled or mare U parted with IIBALEY BROS Stanford Ky At Traveler Rest Stock Fine near Sheltv nIT KT King1 David 1442I YOLo IV C9uuiMnedtalllon dark teilnut with a 50114 fceuoe white foot till IC band anti welSh liooiIntlhired by Klnj Squirrel KO son of Utack Spilt litdim br atonewall Jackwin Jr 2nd data bjr llaf fleener Id dam by young Charley Moreheiil III make the teawn of at SIO to Insure a Living Colt Will alto stand the Nit Jack EMPEROR 27 Dy Governor Wood 33 Dam Miss Bob Black with white points hand high anti weigh 1180 pound WlllttrTeatflOforjenneti and IS for mares to loure a living colt Lien retained on all colt until season money paid 1jrtlng with ware or breeding eltewhere Ibrftll Inmrance Care taken sTprtent accidents but not reopen ible hould any occur Oraisat I10 per month due when tock is takrQ away Call antI examine my stock and especially their produce which ihow fur tbemwlm I S TEVI8 Shelby City Ky OGDENSBURGB787 Record 2284 trial 222 Chestnut stallion IWi bands high brnl liy Dr L herr Lexington Ky By Mambrino Patchoni 58 Sir of 23 of the dams of including Italpb Wilkes 20o4 Crawford 207 Constantine 212 I Jupeis i 1lUn have sired orer Ito data Variety dam of Ogden burg 22831 Vby Orange Illusion V3i 22G4 2datnbyMithlietown it tire of antI the darn of IS In 230 son ot IlauibletoO Ian 10 3 datnby Trumpets Deli founder OIttNIIE BLOSSOM 2J9 sIre ofOnngeCblef 213 ieight others and the data of Red mom 22li Ac by Mlddletown dam Nellie Toil data ol Orange Dud 22i4J by American Star Ac Will Stand at 10 to Insuro a Living Colt Will Also Stand A Jack at Ta Insure At my stable on the Somerset pike near Htanfor Tile premium Saddle and Harness Stulilon M S BAUCH- MANCLVLTD Jr Tub line Jack will make the season of at my table the late Horace Withers tarn tear Stan ford and will serve warn at 97 to Insure a Living Colt Cleveland Jr1t black with whit point high 5 year old sail has nr hluuelf a tins breeder wu hired by B H Mallard of Malon tn noted breeder fire Jacks and pronounces him out i l th finest la the country tl1I1s on exhibition at my JtKSALLKEi Staalinl Ky J k 1tAOTII1001GStandard WiUlnjham 2I6 tire ol latitude JITVi many others In the list Valilngbaw Natutb Ire a son of UtOIe Wtlkw 515 First data Tlnwl by Mnweniter Huroo ton of HamUctontanaudilrvof Iitatne I9ith die of Norlalne yearling reeord 23l3f Second dan urea liter to Jaiue howell Jr by llarabletontan 10 alto of IViter 2l1 j IThird tan Jessie Sayre by Harry day tre oflba daiiii of it Julian 21154 bodice t sail lit other that hare produced tK trottcm alto sire of this dam of Elect loreer Fourth ian by Liberty ton ol Lane by Ainri lean Eclipse Nabnthli a bar handi high toaled June S lidS liTVe Mntalni blood of llaiuh taolan orge Wnki Mawbrlno WhItes Pilot Jr and Harry Clay Will Stand At S15 to Insure a LIving Cot Will mate no charge for teaion If tht eult proti nut to be iaaMe at wiling till I will also stAnd two Jacks at S3 to Icnro Mares grafe lat S3 Irmonth which In all taJ muit IK paid before they are taken away Care ti km to prevent acrldcntt but not mponillil should any oour J K IIAIOIIMAN JluOIIrU Ky Eagle Bird Tho mighty son of the grunt King Eagle Eagle Bird U a show atalllon has but few wiuaU Ho won the stake at LosIng ton feotlng some of the greAtest producedEaglefinished horse not surpassed Ills colts are In demand and are spiling for high prices either for buslnvtn or breeding put pose make tho present soasnn tt tho table of hl owners 3 miles west of Stanford on the Shelby City vike at tlio low price of 10 To Insure fl LivIng Colt Parting with tho mare forf1tho Insurance Itthe same place wo will stand the fine mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM Vt it to Iniure No twtur mule Jack will be offered for puMIc service tItan tbl Sill Ior further particulars addrc IE P WOODS 8 SONS Stanford Ky XOO At the Warren liutocll Stable lib St Danville Ky PRESTON 922 VOL 2 Solid flaT with black points I44 hands high foaled In itdl- iiredby Washington 54 tit Dam Hello by Bboderlck 101 JU Pam by Denm- arkRHODERICli 104 LograndIll1st lIam by Son of Peter llalcorn- Si Data by townlng Bay Messenger greaIIUtcntlon of the public by winning the lint premium at tho Lexington Fair and afterwards at RIchmond winning the rich purse of 81010 for the best combined stallion In the State and afterward at the great St Louis Fair where he won first prize over the best horses In tho United States also kt Kamias City where he again defeats SweepstakeExhibition after winning all of the first prizes In Ken tucky Irettou will make the season at to Insure Lien retained on all rlta nntl scaton U PAID Call on or address 0 T 8ANDIDOE Danville Kr TilE FRENCh COACH STALLION QlTAEIltrllertd In French Coach Stud Rook of Amr lea ho 2127 iltoln Reiiutllque Fraacalie tiaras KatlonautKo wlnnerof the lint rire the Salional Lnltcnal In lt 9 and in lmortcdbybay with itnall star black point 1AU band high weight In working order 12 nundt Foaled un April IV9I Hrrd by Lriueland of Cnminune ot HutenTllI Department of Lniirchltre lbT the gtverbment nn dam Chalmantl by IA Dard Ont daub by llrroluilon Ac Ac Quail lotdlgreeao traced hack for OTtr two centuries originating from a crow of the pure Arab sires crowed on Normandy soar Caa ancient lIIIoIle breeil u a CjU VBl will tusks the present manonof at farm ti tahIti from Stanford on this Huitontllle pike at S10 the Season Mosey Dne When Service are EenJered or 15 to Insure A Living Colt Marc kelt at lie lr week Pot iwnal attention given but no reil ouillilllty or ae cidents r ItiUD DORSEY GOLDDUST No l20S2 Tbe producer of tlue rod and Eastern boie I class that arc now In lemn1 at good jrlce SIli make the season At SIO to Insure a Living Colt j IRXDSOOIE A gcod Mule Jick will nand at JI to iomre aUf- ing colt Jersey Bull Pedros Great Hopes No aired by Old Pedro that cost 810 000 anti DdIonItlr with Old 1edroheidlnK the herd one of liii many honors Will errecow at 5 each WOOY due when servIce is rendered with return lOt legs kept at er week Irnunal alien thou linn but not re ik nill le fur accldeMk F KEIUSrsronu Kv DOUBLE STANDARD Will naketsseawnnf1t0 on tohie North ol Danville on tho Lexington jilke at 12 TO IlIStJ3S A LIVING COL- TJII iif libel Srulrr Mi lit dam Lurlle by Hut wall J rSioii Jr 2nd dint Jesse mark Itonaldi arIlaul lluzurd thoroudilired Illack IKinaia l Ilamond Denmark 68 din b- yfckrnr Sonswrill Jackson Jr Iy iunwal- iJrtioii fl 1Iy WasblrIn Dtnmark Doubl- eSatdy4 U 13SH hind hub beautllul orrelol tO In He lies flue bone and nnlih sod will attr r atntlon InJny compaur Is one mark s beat 5005 and a full brother to Km lucky KIrsKSwhosoldforflOUUa an nngaUe- iIMturaie furnished at e2 per tuonlh Care taken to rretent accIdents but not reapontltle should say occtt retained on colkn Secure stud Hrrlee Jl lIWYII1TtLDANvttERY- t FOE EE TGood property In the town of Orals Orohnr W LANDOItAI ICrlRcr Ir HOTEL FOR SKL6 leading lintel In Souieriet with good biulnei will Mil or Iruls fur good tock farm principal gnu Addrett INTERIOR JoniNAt POSTED sayfanVM IAXIH111AK Kittft Ky IUTfallUKSKI NiKfllA Ottrnhtliu Ky LUTES CO5 LIVE STOCK DEALERS Milledgoville Ky W hue la geol trtand Lamb Lambs will to hlp WvwiuttoMll LVTIM CO BICYCLES REPAIRED Most complete lllovhi Store In Central Kentucky We pafrany brvak In n lucy ole WorkmanMilp Itmruntcoil DANVILLE CVCLK CO J4 its ard St Danville Ky IMPORTANT NOTICE I lIio the r l lf tatRrdlwtll icaln yon with Ice minufaetuied train pure dlllllledaManfonl Water Light A lee Co this traiou at follow Ing pokes Fur IM iuidi and over 40 trula iMttmil Kr lets than pOunds V iwf pound Order flllrd any bent at hllIe tettoCCoili Hloek lAimp tnl Xut at lowestjrices Also lIneS and Lime ts y tnuiarf uand bllli out p M when pntentnl Allpbnneordrri miiaptlr Allol anti rulfaoralht n4l llIOlSt SIMS J T SUTTON Undertaker Hustonvillo Kentucky Oflrrs hli servIce to this people ofWt Llicol sal Cssevcuuuties Xullitock ol CoOound Cask taalwayion hand D S Carpenter Manager Mlntoshs Livery feed Stable McKII1flEY KY Good tip at reasonable prices Safe drivers double and single for day or night It you want to work Casey adjoining countlix McKluney lathe place to drive from HortoH well eared for uy single feed day week or month A share of your pa ronuge solicited WHITE HOTEL w H cAuniKK ruoiu CORBIN KENTUCKY Clovjto iuiongsr Depot Hnlelaw throughout Bate It wr day HIC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive ln a Call Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you lot your painting I 1loCrandwords I will sell you paper its cheap as yU clan bUr It In town and hang It sit ho lrbolt will do malntIng In All work guaranteed J J iiFLhFN Stanford I- CyPaintingRepairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In Statclass style Ex erlenced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle madi new for very little money J II OUKEK Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams it Col Paint Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure curt for horses mules aflllctcd with Fistula 1allevll Scratches Saddle hulls Hard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel Dlttcmper Ac For sale by W We Hob erts druggist Stanford M K Humphrey Liberty U M Thompson A Caldwell Waynesburgl Dunn lIre IIry- anluille Ky F Mllledgevlllu- Oeo R Jeter Mlddlebnrg Ky BEAZLEY HAYS T7NDZHTAKEES AltO IlCALKCS R- IOFurziitureMattiugeiRUgS And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for nIl kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J c 1cG A Y ItiNIEBl AXES Dealcar In 1Manufcturerand W Stanford Ky A8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky 1hwIrOmesepMeltoberti Irug Store Ilulldiog NESItR A DENTIST 1 Stanford f U Inone io U over ilIgiCins McKlmteys I BP5NNYDDSSTAFFORD KY- ftroraco nt liclilene on Lniicaator Direct 0 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY ilUl Stock J100000 Sarpht 17653 61 This InUluUoa orIginally ublIibeJ at the ls- polllisnkntstaaforthInhlddtheu reorfaalr at t tu National Ilank of Stanford la INS ndaln orgiDlusl u the First National hank of Stanford n lMkaa bad practically uninterrupted taht ate lor n years It is Utlt supplied will ladllttei for trnclln builneu promptly and lib erally than ever before In Ita lonfinJ honoiablt eancr Accounts ol Individual tduclarlr firntf snillDdlfldttaliwlItlledUIKICVOBI F 1111 Lincoln Ooj J W lisydusStaufood S TUrIII 8 II Itaujhrnan It JSHotktr II TP Hill WPWsltos II WATrlbU t J H Colll r0rali OrekJ U J Mlll r MUVtrcoa PEImor Stanford oiCasI J 5 Her er PmU nl J J IWlrU SiWer Lincoln CountyNational Bank CaIIIa1lilott1II1OOo t mer to Tbe Ianum link 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