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I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 15 1900 9 A M NO 21 1NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Thoro will bo 10 tweet girl graduates bt tho Je satnlnc Ioetltuto tbla ectislon Dr Charles 1l Smoot a homeopath has beeR choacn city physician for RIobmoBil Gold assaying 110 to tho ton of oro hoe been discovered In tbo vicinity ol Rush Draarb Casey county The Madison fiscal court refused to raalto the annual appropriation of 1600 lOPattlo A Clay Infirmary A child of Will Cox of Mt Vernon coughed up n grain of corn tbat had boon In Ita windpipe 41 days Edwin Nowell Owons aged 10 of Somerset hoe Invented a device to prevent folding bode from closing on the sleeper Miss Mary Lotcbor daughter of Col W R Lotcbor of Richmond who has just graduated In medicine will hang out her fthlagla la that olty Coy Beckhara has pardoned John Dugan who won serving a 21year son tence In the Frankforl penitentiary for killing John Col ion In Hell county sev eral years ago Dugan has gone to Nashville to live The editor of the Cobin Pathfinder who favors opening saloons there says Our people must be the biggest hearted or the biggest fool folks on earth We wade la mud tho year round Just to got to run blind tigers Ma W H Turner 48 and only 13 when tbo war closed Capt J W Brooks who was 15 when tbo war clot ed Rev Stephen Owslcy who was 15 and J W Campbell who was 14 will attend the Confederate reunion and be noted as the four youngest of tho veter ans After trying the contract system o making tbo roads at a cost of 111000 a year tbo fiscal court of Madl eon voted to return to tbo old freo system of worming In every man from 18 to 45 years and requiring them to work tbo roods so many days each year without compensation Edward Cuslc of Washington coun ty was dismissed by tho U S commie sioner at Lebanon on tbo charge of violating the postal laws Cusio wrote to Elbert Pawns of that county a pee tal card telling him ho must settle a certain debt or bo would go to law wlttt It- Wm Heather of Irvine started with ex Sheriff James F West to Kan sag City to bring back Joe M McDow oil the defaulting cashier of the Bstlll County Deposit Dank but was arrested as bo pasted through Winchester on charge of stealing saw log and tho court being In session ho got a year In the pen IL F llillcnmoyer tho Lexington nurseryman says The danger of frost Is now practically ovor Tbcro is not ono chance la a hundred that It will do any damage from now on In the last 60 years no frost has occurred in Kentucky as lato In the season as May 12th except In 1B04 Tbo prospect for every kind of fruit this year Is very OatlerDIIndccllTh Stakes at Morrl Park were won by W C Whitneys Kentucky bred colt ICIIroarnock which beat tbo highly valued Mesmer pat by two lengths Lakcipur owned by Dr Leach of Danville woo the Frank Fobr stakes at Louisvlllo Saturday Charloy OOrlon Will second and Sklllroan third George Wilkes sired the dams of 148 performers 42 double purchasers that produced three each und five tha purchased four each A handsome monument mark resting place of Sweepstakes tho da of Star Pointer 15111 MASS CONVENTION Thera will bo a mass convcntlou of the democrats of Lincoln county at tbo court bouso In Stanford Kv Snturda Juno 10th u 2P M standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates to n convention to bo hold at narro burl Juno 20th to nominate a candidate for ConireM JNO W HOLMES Chmn- llOWdTillSt One Hundred DolUn Reward for any lltcuetlrrlt Cur f L cnEKEY A CO Toledo Weth undenlgned fT0I5JJBhiJllJ SaMflot the lut 1e ears illr atle tocar bUIIDeN uut any tnnMctloni okllittloni undo br- WtStlfrauAX Wliotowle Jo 0 WjlLDIiia KlNSJkXd JUKVIS wbolaaie JHUg iftlrstotsiVh Cure It taken tatern mrtlng directly tiiion tli 1100t1a4 Mucous lurfim Ibo Tittm J tlnionl U uot IM rite 75c wr bot tle by 8UlJrlljilll Julia Family 11IU are the beat a SPINAL RATES TO WASHINGTON DOTbo Chesapeake ft Ohio wil Bell round trip tickets to Washington DO May 20 to 21 at ono faro for the round hood returning until May list on account of tbo meeting of the Mystic Shrlnnra Keep these dates In your if you aro going to mako a trip lat George W Barney dv pass agcpti C O Ry Lexington- Tho women claim to bo able tright away whether a neighborhood ia healthy The way they do it U to whether tbo docldrfl houso bas got lace curtains or not LANCASTER Tbo strawberry supper given by the young ladles was well attended und all wore atlsOed- Tho opera house will bo tilled Tue day night to witness the production of- lOA Kentucky Hero Mrs Mary A McDonald has sold her handsome residence on Lexlnjtnu Av JrtorMarshal James Pierce has killed 15 dogs and collected Ito on tho life of that many more since ihpordlnanca fOe quiring a tag coning II to bt placed on thorn Mr John Johnson ago W years full from a ladder and fractured leg from considerablyDrs tbo limb Messrs J J Walker Kd Price ana othora bavo been forced to replant corn on account of a failure to the worms destroying that hlc Jirrow above the surface Mr James Dillon asks tbo young la helphimGordon lecture on the 21band for G A R hcacquartors Please report to him at once The trustees of the mot Saturday and selected the present fac ulty for next year except ono who did not apply This action of the board will meet with general approval and Prof Patterson Is to bo especially con gratulated on bis successful work us G T oarrlslu tho disposi Lion ofa freo scholarship to tbo law de andfyoungton to Ic a good school and tbo scholarship is worth 1100 Applicant must reside In tbo 18th Senatorial district Harry Simpson colored ono of the tbreo prisoners who broke jail Is In a cell again having ben found at Nlch olasvlllo Ho will now bays to answer tbo charge of stealing a bicycle from WIlJIo Fox Logan which ho when making his escape Jailer Roo has offered u liberal reward for the ar rest of tho other two and bo has labored hard to locate them It U now coo fidently believed that they will soon bo arrested In view of tbo fact that Senator Far rbwas true and fearless during th late session of the Legislature wbe 0af many arc desirous of rewarding him by sending him as a delegate from this district to the National convention Tho Gar rare democracy nominates him and asks for a favorable response front thc entire district What say you boys Woman Triumphant or Congress of 1050 was given at the opera homo Friday night by young ladles and sea tlemen of Nlcbolosvlllo to a good nu dlonco considering tbo number of at tractions wo have had lately Tbo play was In keeping with tbo tendency of tbe age and the characters elicited frequent applause The muelo was es pecially good It was my good fortune to moot the genial Harry McCarty of tbo Jessamine Journal on that occasion Messrs L R Hughes and Forrest McClary woro here Sunday Mr J M Hlgglnbotbam wilt entertain Gen Gordon on the 24th Undo Clabo Lear is In very poor health Mr John S Marrs of Richmond Is hero with role Cmatvlllo and Miss Viola Aldrldgo will bo brldmo C McFarlrnd of New York has been tno guest of her sister Mrs R A Durnsldo and Capt Louis Landram By common consent wo uso a tru rougYkind of a man when tbo times require consistent action a cool head long bx pcrlenco and undoubted ability Ware in tho midst of just such times now and Coy James B McCreary Is just the man for the occasion Ho has made a model governor and ho will bo cqnal to any emergency If elected next No vcrabo Bravo true tried and a euro winner I nomlnato capableI reelection Let me bear from lions of tbo State on this question The k P Ilbeghn Ita mooting at Louisville July 23 and that night take tbo Monon for Chicago where tho party will remain until noon when they leave for Milwaukee MndUon Waukesha Minneapolis and St Paul will also b j visited en routo to Duluth whero a two days stop will bo made The entire journey will bo made from Chicago ovor the Chicago 1l Northwestern railroad The outing will can- slimo eight days THE APPETITE OF AGOAT It enileU lijr Stonurh and l1ver are ontofoNerS1Uuch iliould know that Dr King1 New JJfe Itlli the wonder l Stomach and Liter I ulcdy give a splendid ap babUthatM cent iUennj Drugstore MT VERNON Crops arc suffering from dryness J A Taylor bus moved hero from Wlckllffe 0 to the farm recently purchased of W II Spradltn Rev J C Carmlcal by a unanimous vote was called to preach for tbo Bap Lilt church here for the ensuing year The town council has been reorgan bed and a marshal will bo appointed There has ten no marshal for several wont ha It 10 again rumored that the L d N will sidetrack Lebanon by building a connection to Springfield from samo point this side of Lebanon and running most of Its trains to and from Louls villu ovor the new route leaving the Marlon capital with only a jerkwater train II C Sood2ra of Grand Island Nub Is here after an absence of 25 yearn visiting relatives S C Franklin visited his parent at Athens Com missioner James I Wblto has returned from Lincoln His brother Inlaw B Y Hobbs at Preachersvlllo Is very low with consumption and Mrs John McKenzie at Romland Is very ill of heart trouble H H Baker Is visiting relatives In Lincoln Samuel Hardin has been living In Crab Orchard since 1840 Andrew Foloy some time longer D S Purdoma parents paid him a visit at this placo Dr W R Thomas of Pino Hill is very low from dropsy H C Broughton and J U Sowder wero bolo from Laurel Monday CHURCHES AND PREACHERS In the absence of tbo pastor Rev Ile B Mabony will preach at the Baptist church Sunday thetKentucky confcronao which meets at Nlobolasvlllo Sept 10 The colored Baptlau at Danville laid tho corner steno of their new cburob Sunday with appropriate ceremonies The Methodist General Conference voted down a resolution to so change tbo church discipline at to permit the licensing of women as local preachers exhorters n General Assembly will meet at Su Louis on Thursday One of the most important questions to como up will be the proposed revision of the Westminster confession of faith In the Untied States there is ODD Bostonoono ovary lion people attend church in the United States every Sunday Bishop Dudley will leave New York for London on Juno 0 to attend the 200lh anniversary of the Society for tbo Propagation of the Gospel the chief factor in the foreign mission work of the church of England Tbo Southern Baptist convention was called to order at Hot Springs Ark Friday with the largest attend once In lie history ExGov Northcn was reelected president and G W Norton of Louisville treasurer GLORIOUS HEWS Comas from l r P CIJII of Wixblli t T Hewrlln Four tattles nf Klrclrlo llltteii bicured Mn Brewer of scrofula which had rautfd her grcatsutI to t for years Terrible torn would break out on ber bed and via and the beat doc ton could fire no help but bar cur la complete anti her health It excrUcnt Tbla shows wbat thouundt bue proTcd that Electric Wllea bebeet Mood purifier known Its the tupreiue remedy for ecxema tetter aalt rheum ulreri bolli and running aura It atliuuatea liver kidney and towela exptli pol oni belpe dilution bullda 1nDrllruIa Some ingonlons Indlvldal has invent ok an oriole to mouton etlflly torched button holes Perhaps it Is a good thing in Its way but altogether Infer for In value loan Invention that will find a dropped collar button A KOLLOWBK or MKAHLEH In man Instances a persistent cough follows a attack ol measles In speaking of thl Elkihagotan mo with a bad cough I took several doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and tbo cough has entirely disappeared I con eider Chamberlains medicines tho best on the market For sale by Craig locker Druggists a Low rates to Waablnglon D C via the Queen tc Crescent route May 20th lo 22d on account annual session Imperial Council Order of Mystic Shrine particularsa HE FOOLED THE SURGEONS Jeftenonbtula be would die uulew a coolly operation i hoeattucklouaAruleablre trtb and the bat Sales In the World 23 cento box Sold by 1enny Urugglil Paderowakl has gone back to Europe with 250000 In gold as the result net of his last trlp People seem to think tbero Is something In him In addition ItoOuo quarter of tho people on tho earth dlo before the ago of six one halt before tbo age of 10 and only one out of each 100 born lives tote p5 JncircumBorlplJtblencas moanin adudictionary HUSTONYILIE D M Llpps Son are thinking of either enlarging their elevator or building a now one A number of young people from hero attended tbo Christian endeavor con vention at Versailles Mrs Rose has had nor home painted and otherwise improved W L Evans will follow suit this week Lumber wagons by the hundred cont- inuo to pass through dally to More land where the yard Is full as usual W S Dryo Co have sold all their borees und aro In the market for more If you have a good ono drop them a linoWilliam Ryan who was hurt In the boiler explosion near Kldds Store last week was taken to Louisvlllo for treatment His condition critical Wo are sorry that wo are soon to give up Prof J W Davit and wife They will move to Mlddlebur where be und Mr Depp will conduct Janle Wash Institute which institution they recently bought W L Evans has the best garden in this section He has also set out dur tag the past year almost overy kind of fruit tree known to this section and In a year or so will have the best orchard In Lincoln county Misses McChord and Doll of Caldwell College Danville were guests of Mrs J W Lockrldge Mesate Van Arsdalo and Hiker of Harrodsburg spent several days with friends hero MM J W Allen who Is In Louisville under treatment ii doing nicely bile Lou Rocker continues Lou IIolme- was hero Sunday as usualM- ATRIMONIAL MATTERS Ed Spencer who killed Miss Lizzlo Swanee because sbo refused to marry him was let off with a life eentenoo at Cannelton led A jury returned a verdict of 825000 against wealthy widow for alienating the affections of another womans hue band at Philadelphia The beet laid plans of mice and men gang aft agloe Francisco Abbettl kill ed another Italian at Camion N In order to marry his widow and ran its head into a halter Instead He was hanged Friday James Garrard Steveneonlho grand son of a former governor of Kentucky wboio deathbed marriage to his divorc ed wife three weeks ago created a great tire died at his residence 04H2 Washington Avenue Chicago At tbo dying mans bedside stood the wife bo had twice married and It was to her that his last words were spoken After copying our notice of the prospective nuptials the Progressive nome Journal of Somerset says that It has bold a scoop upon this choice bit of news for months walling for the homo paper of the charming young lady to speak This writer has known Mla Lynn from childhood and her parents Irom Infancy She comes of two 0 the oldest most respectable famlllc- of tbo county and could no be other than a first prize We are glad for auld acquaintance sakp that Joe Claunch hal fairly won her and for his Bake we aro jubilant Joe bee liv ed hero long enough and behaved him calf well enough to bo known and dearly loved by the entire population of the county Ho has been a very hard man to marry and It la yet thought by a tow original readily married Mayme people Co beforei Just listen at our good friend B J whosconceded by common consent that 1the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL stands at the head of country newspa pore in tbo State fled It la also true lhat no one ia at all envious of tho hardworking untiring indefatigable and enterprising Walton HU success In ekthe business la without parallel Al though his office was not so long ago treated to u now outfit It la bla purpose to put in of onto newer and still moro Improved machinery Cet O SCENIC PLAYING CARDS Wo bare just received a now lot of eecnlo playing curds Each card has an exquisite engraving of a bit of econ cry along the lino and thorn aro53 dif ferent scenes Similar cards can not packaletters and figures In the corners to that persons who do not play coals can arrange them In groups and frame thorn making very pretty pictures Send 30o in cash or stamps to coyer cost and postage and a deck will be mallets to your address W Barney Dlv Pass Agent Lexington KYThe r United States government has thelIt appears to hero proved more danger ode tQ our soldiers than to the enemy SummersBeginning iI Q H j Hot weather will be steady company now for several months and of course you know usbclptulPatternsinThin Underwear New Summer Neckwear Straw Hats Canvas Shoes weltdressednice things MERCHANT + TAILORINGCleaning Pressing Repairing THE GLOBEYour Money Back If Youre Not Satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman h Co h PJFERgFor 4 Gents I In my Store re i PaperpricesWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see tbe paper matched up just as it will look on the wall and get It at onto SuppliesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo 306 Main Street W c GREENING HUST01TVILLB KY Has just opened and has ready for your inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Including a full andcomplete line of HARI WARE I He also carries Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons te He will both buy hen manufacture Oil and Spirit Staves and Is always In the market for SHINGLES Ho will exchange bis goods for anything that he can convert into money Call on him and take him your produce NeedePaints Oils Consult Craig Hooker Stanford I s N A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber aatlt Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered aWaiwNaali American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To- Like It OOe HLFarris Co TdE INTERIOR JOURNAL StANFORD KY MAl 5 1900 P WALTONI IwTILE editor of tho Ceylon Standard publlehcd at Colombo eends us a marked copy of bis paper In whleb be attempts to show how Important It is for the British to end the war with the Boers at an early date as possible ijayslie The democratic party as represented by Mr Bryan has decided and we believecourseUpon a proBoer that this will continue in an Increasing degree until November draws near Free silver and great social reforms will recede Into the back ground and Mr Bryan and bls lieutenants will pledge themselves If elected to bring about the active intervention of the United States on the part of the Boers Should Mr Bryan bo elected then the situation will boor the gravest im port should the war not have term In a ted by that time Then the intensely t English subject having wrought him self up to the Climax closes hU screed wltbIIWe trust Mr Bryan will be defeated at the polls in November In the Interests of the United Stales and of the civilization of the whole world this Is greatly to be desired For any man to be placed In a position such as that of president of the United States of America without a full grasp of the enormous responsibilities entrusted to r him Is calamity of huge dimensions s Thats the way all the English reason They recognize that the democratic party Is the party of the people and sympathizes with the oppressed of every nation tribe ana tongue It standsl ready too to give aid and succor to ec people and the prospect of Mr Bryans election Is giving the British deep con cern It will thus be seen that tbo democrats not only have to fight the republicans the trusts combines tho flesh and the devil but the combinedI r powers of the old world It Is equal to the task however and the very factI that such a combination Is enlisted against the success of the party will make the members fight all the moroj earnestly Bryan can be elected and he will be if the cool heads of arose vatlvo men will direct the determined masses who long for a chance to make this a government of the people by the people for the people Tufc republicans of Marlon county seem lost to all sense of honor truth or shame Their resolutions endorsing Taylor and the miserable crowd of 8s1 easslns are a little more Infamous than any we have read and when they say that there has not been adduced one scintilla of evidence connecting any of the republican State offlclalsorothcr publicans with the murder of G03belI t they utter so patent a falsehood that It Is hardly necessary to comment on it The man or set of men who can re al1l all the circumstances connected vlthi the assassination before and after andI can understand the meaning of the ret testimony given at the trials of the suspects for ball and then say no scintilla of evidence has been adduc ed to connect the republican State officials or other republlcanswlth the crime are either so blindly partisan that they would not believe though one arose from the dead or lie knowingly wickedly and maliciously THE assassination organs exclaim with one accord Taylor is not guilt of the murder of Mr Goebel Nobody ever accused him of tiring the shot or of actually causing the death of political rival but all the hisI tea together with sworn show that he bad at least a guilty nowledge of the crime even If forI the sake of his apologists we refrain from saying that they all show conspired with those who did actuallyI cjnmlttha murder The grand jury has probably charged this and the peo pIe are willing that the courts shall pass on his guilt or innocence The verdict of subsidized newspapers dont oITUB raid of the republican officials on the poa oiUce funds In Cuba show how the rapacious army of olllce holders appointed to pay political debts do when they get a chance There Is rich pickings for the faithful In our new dependencies and the loot of public funds and the robbery of the people will equal If not exceed that of the carpet baggers In the South during the period of reconstruction If the republicans are not turned out of power The present administration Is manufacturing reasons every day for a change In governmental affairs and democratic prospects grow and bright enA DISPATCH from Washington says that the subcommittee on elections and privileges No1 has decided to report the GllbertDavlson contest In favor of the sitting member Mr Gilbert by a practically unanimous vote Davlnon certainly must have bad no case at all or the republicans would have followed their precedent of unseating tho demo crat if the slightest grounds can be found for it Now let the gray gelding try conclusions with Mr Gilbert again 7 and get himself beaten by 2 OOI EDITOR PAT MODONALD of the Frankfort Argus tells how tho assls tantadjutant general under Taylor J K Dixon In full uniform called at his residence and after ringing tho door bell ho appeared to find tho cxoQIcer with his hand on his pistol DIxon asked If he was responsible for an article TulltMy rebuking certain re publican women for making heroes out of the assassin suspects and on being told that he was began to curso and abuso him Instead of shooting the heart out of him as most men would Mr McDonald being a lawabiding roan let Dixon curse till bo got through and then bad him arrested doughty geueral may thank his starsI tbeIsupremacyhave lived to see Taylor go out In dis grace It takes a great deal of self possession to submit to curses at ones own castle and Mr McDonald In that regard Is ono in a thousand Few pea PIe could have stood the strain and we hardly believe that Mr McDonald should have done so THE supreme court has given Taylor by its silence one more week to play the sympathy racket but be will drop with a dull thud wo hope the expres sloe will not grate on his nerves after- next Monday That court Is bound to decide that It has no Jurisdiction In tho matter THE republican State convention will be hold next Thursday to send delegates to the National convention A later convention will have to be held for the nomination of a candidate for gpvernor if Taylor Is thrown down by the supreme court TimE INTERIOR JOURNAL furnished the news of the failure yesterday of tho governorIcase ed by local telephone The interest Is wide spread THE LATEST LOUISVILLE May 15 830 A M The Whitley county republicans have sharp controversy before adopting re jolutlons expressing confidence In the lanoccnco of Finley Thomas lane u Beckbam militiaI private was accidentally shot and kill cd by James Robertson a comrade who if In jail Kane was from Lexington CD The following was received at this oftlce yesterday and posted for the befit of the court day crowd NO DECISION LOUISVILLE May 14 llMTbereW- IlS no decision by the supreme court in the Kentucky governorship case today It will bo given next Monday- There was no reason assigned for the delay C D SOMERSET May HTbe Wayne county republicans In convention at Monticello today expressed confidcnce Jn Taylor Bradley Yost and Sweeney endorsed McKinley and Taylor and In DennyIthe State at largo and John W Tutllo and Judge Vincent Borelng from the dUtrlct Hon W R Ramsey of Lon don was named as elector F J C About Conspirators and Assassins W S Taylor who has Joined Charley Finley and others of the alleged conspirators at Indianapolis told a reporter yeaterday that if the supreme courts decision la against him ho will hardly come back to Kentucky for tho present Whether Howard be innocent or guilty he has set an example of man hood which greater men might Imitate with profit to themselves It ill fits a fugitive from justice to talk at long and safe range about his willingness to face the music Nor does It much become prisoner behind the bars to make stump speechlJ All In good time will the case of the State versus the murderers of William Goebel be tried and it will be fairly tried according to the evidence and the law Let the or igans of assassination put hat In their pipes and smoke It Courier Journal POLITICIANS AND POLTICS KinseyJ Hampton of Kentucky bos been appointed assistant quartermaster with the rank of captain In the volunteer army If the majority of nominations could decide the presidency the next president would be the man who could beat Wharton Barker- It is claimed by those In a position to know that 10 or 12 of the leading trusts have promised a campaign fund this year amounting to 80200000 George Fred Williams is of Gorman parentage Hfs fathers name was George Weizigmun but had itchacgcd by act of the Legislature to Williams The Louisiana Legislature which met yesterday will elect two Senators The proposition to establish an armor plant was defeated In the Senate by a vote of 22 to 24 By the narrow margin of two votes the House unseated Mr Crawford democrat of North Carolina and gavo the seat to Pearson republican This la the third democrat unseated by the present House The Somerset Paragon says that Mrs W S Taylor and daughters will likely spend the summer at Rock Castle Springs That paper Is hardly reckless i enough to guess whore the husband and father will spend his perhaps in jail A vote for the republican party means an endorsement of Great Brit ales destruction bf the two HttloSouih African republics the stogie gold standard trusts and Imperialism Do you want them Whlto Hall Register Tho enemies of democracy In thi State are busily engaged In tolling tho democrats what they mast do to bo saved The simplest and surest way to salvation Is to do the reverse of what these minions of the devil prescribe Louisville Times The preHont judges of the supremo Fuller Jdhn M court are Melville C Hurlon Horace Gray David J Drew or Henry B Brown George ShlrallI Edward D White Rufus W Peokham Joseph McKenna About two thirds of them were appointed by republican presidentsThe republicans of Pulaskl put James Denton at the head of the list of delegates to Louisville and Judge Thos Z Morrow to London The con vention Indorsed McKInley Taylor and Bradley denounced the Goebel law and extended sympathy to those Indicted for killing Gov Goebel It Is said that the charges against Collector Sapp that bo had an em ploys of the Lr N engaged last year In levying upon the Internal revenue force in his dlstalct a five per cent monthly assessment under too guise of voluntary contributions to the cam palgn fund of the railway poUtcl trusts will be investigated Postmaster Hanbury of Eddyvlllc who 11 months ago fell oil a high railroad trestle and broke both arms both legs fractured his ribs cracked his skull and otherwise skinned bruised and cut his person is now able to bo out You cant kill a republican and nobody ever beard of one dying Frankfort Democrat Pugh and Borelng of Kontuckywbo have been shedding crocodile tear around Washington for the last six months about men being elected to office in Kentucky and defrauded out of It are on record hero as voting to deprive Mr Crawford of North Carolina of his seat and give It to Pearson Of course Pugh and Borelng know that Crawford was elected Washington cor Courier Journal The recent explanation of Col Wat Walton of why terson to high priest the Courier Journal sometimes puts it this way We are a democrat and not a republican is euggestlvothut Mr Ben V Smith of the central com mitten this city recommends the ex pression as an all eulllclent platform upon which to Hand our candidate for president Let this be tbo watchword of the campaign I am a democrat and not a rcpubllcan nSomereet Journal R M Chenault of Fort Scott Kan attended toe National Populist conven tion at Cincinnati as a delegate from tho State at large and told the Cincinnati Enquirer it Is absolutely folly for the republicans to claim Kansas in the approaching presidential election It will go democratic by from 15000 td 25000 certainly not less than the flrst figure There are 0000 or 7000 German vote that the democrats will got this time on account of the expansion policy of tbo administration Mr Chenault Is a Madison county Ky oduct A senseless and Inexpusable warfare la kept up on Hon James B McCreary by some pretended guardians of tbo democratic sheep pasture There Is no more faithful democrat in Kentucky than Mr McCreary There was no more loyal and earnest worke for tho democratic ticket in 1800 than Mr McCrcary Mr Bryan knows it and everybody knows It who has cared to Inform himself Ask Jo Blackburn about McCreary He of all others Is capable of judging him and McCreary today has no firmer friend than Black burn The professional peacemaker plead for peace In one breath and In the next decry such men as McCreary Out on them Owensboro Messenger LAND AND STOCK Joab Rlgney sold a bunch of belfera at 3Ic F P Bishopboughtof T J Hill 60 stock ewes at Ulc Good fresh milk cows for sale W H Shanks Stanford K L Tanner bought of J W Hen drlcks 10 heifers at 810 M D Elmore bought a nice horse of J T Hackloy for 1100 Beazloy 6c Hays bought of John G Lynn a bay mare for 87- 0Seventynine stallions have each Blrgd 30 or more In the 230 list O P Huffman bought of J Y Rob inson eight 1100 pound cattle at 5c Fox Lawson have engaged 2000 lambs for Juno delivery at 5 to Sic B F Slavin bought of H H McAn inch here yesterday a mare for 8110 J C Hays sold 43 yearlings and two yearolds here yesterday at about Lottie Lorlne 205l bas been bred to Star Pointer 1591 Both are pacers James A Givens sold to Columbus Wheeler a pair of horse mules for 315 Conrad HIatt sold seven mixed cattle here yesterday at 4c and a cow for 121 50 W H Murphy sold to a Texas party his fine saddle stallion Lincoln King for 8330 Montlo Fox sold to lIon J S Owsley Sr 20 nice feeders at 5o and 11 a head premium Cress Drown sold last week u bunch of sheep at U and a lot of hogs at 3f to 4c R HCrow sold to MoAllstor Bros ahd others 150 barrels of corn at 250 at the crib One hundred good ono and twoyear old stock cattlo for alo G A Swine broad Lancaster R A Dodd has purchased over 50 000 pounds of wool from 20 to 25 cont Jessamine Journal- E L King sold 1G short yearlings here yesterday at S1 and L C King two suckling calves for tj3 The government report Indicate 100000000 bushels Increase In the wheat yield this year over last J M Roberts sold hero yesterday n bunch of yearlings atI7BOin holfera at 822 50 and several cows at ju W H t R n Pettus took two flno brood mares up to Hustouvlllo Friday to breed them to Carpenters Chester Dare Lutest Co sold to M J Huffman ft Co of Whltlov a bunch of yearlings at Sound to J C Lynn some butcher cows at 4c The cattlo of A D Root reported to have died of black leg are now said to have died from the effects of eating frosted clover M S Baugbman sold to Fox h Mc Dowell of Boyle two Jersey cows for Sift Hon John Sam Oweley sold them one good milker for 50 Dick Dunn Jr of Danville bas sign ed a years contract to ride and train J H Jones stable of saddlers at Oak Hill Farm Lnccrne Mo I will stan U1Y Polled Durham bull Jack Maynard at 83 cash with privil ege to breed back If cow proves net with calf MS Baugbman Woods k Lynn bought of B D 3oltzclaw 20 sheep at 83 and sold Von Greonlg an two cows for 870 John En glcman told Mr Von Grcenlgn a cow for 8JO W P Grimes who has given tbo disease much study says that when cat tie die of blackleg they should bo cith er burled or burned at once and tbo place where they died should be well sprinkled with unslauked lime Tho sale of Hereford cattle hold at Kansas City made an avoiago of 822120 for 46 bulls and 8WGO for 70 female At a Shorthorn sale at Win Chester Ind 25 females averaged SlS and 14 bulls averaged 8145 The highest priced animal was the five earold show cow Salllo Girl She rought1700 COURT DAY Thero wore 253 cattle at Florence k Dawea pens yuttterday aod the majority of them changed hand a bunch of extra good steers ringing 5c Heifers wore In dcroatd a t I to 41e Butcher stuff brought 3 to 3c Thero was a demand for good horses and several sold privately at lij to 8135 A few mules went at 805 to au George Robinson sold 20 200 pound hogs at 66 John S Robinson has purchased 30 choice mare mule colts pay ing as high as 875 for some of them James Tcwmey has 43 ewes and they dropped 87 lambs and saved all ol them but 10 Fonsvlho ft Curry bought tbo growing crops of wheat of several pars aggregating 15000 bushels at COo Harrodsburg Democrat Hon J S Owsley Sr received Saturday a eplendd specimen of the rag istered AberdeenAngus brood of cattle Major of Clifton Ho weighs 1100 pounds U 15 months old and a beauty He was bred on the famous Meadow Brook Farm at Cedarvlllo 0 by the wellknown firm of D Brodfuto S Son and cost Mr Owsloy 822550 Including freight Ho makes a fine addition to Mr Owsleya already floe herd of that stock which he will raise alornst ex cluslvety Mrs Margaret Jefferson Davis Hayes the only surviving child of JclTcrcon Davis will be at the Louisville reun- Ion Gen Gordon has appointed her daughter the granddaughter of Jeffer son Davie Mies Varina Howell Davit Hayes as sponsor for tho entire South Dewey kissed dozens of girls In Memphis but as Mrs Dewey was there or thereabout It Is hardly worth whoa saying that they were little girls At Boston former President Charles H Cole of the defunct Globe National Bank was sentenced to eight years Imprisonment for misappropriation ol fundsA shot a whIte man at Augus ta Ga In a quarrel over a seat in a streetcar and bo was lynched Chicago celebrated the centennial anniversary of the birth of old John Brown last night Sunday was the hottest 13th of May ever experienced In Chicago Taylor Rico a Madison county farm er died near Kingston MULES FOR MALE Pair of good Work Multi for tale Vivo years old 15 Imail high Good and gentle Apply to JAMES HAMIIO Maywood Ky FOR RENT I The property At Crali Orchard lately oc curled by Mrs M A Singleton U Includes residence garden pasture Ac Apply to- O U Singleton Crib Orchard Ky 31 OLD MOCK WHISKY George D Weatllcrford has a contract for POLL CONTROL AND BALE ot Old Mock With ky In Huston vllle Ky n O MOCK Danville ICy YOU A P E1 UP AGAINST THE REAL THING When you bit our Store for A BargainHollseL TU nothirn no prCtonHO but an absolute fact that we have the Best Bargain for a the Lust Money to bo found In any store In CentrAl Kentucky Domestics Wo have thrown 50 new 1iecf of Cull on tho cheap counter This will the last week you can get 10 yards for 35c34Inch Bed Ticking this week only 5c One case of the big driva in Percales eft your choice 5c- 6tandard0xford Percales worth 12c special price 7Jc- Edlnburg Cheviot Shirting worth lOci this week only 7Jc 20 Pieces of Outing Cloth worth 8 Jc goes for 5cINotions and Furnish ings1 1 Dozen Pearl lltittoni 5c 2 Cards Hooks and ayes Sin 4 Papers of Pins 6c 2 Hunches Feather Stitched Braid 6c 15x00 inch Checked Towels worth lOc special price Uc Ladles Silk Mitts fut black only lOo Lot of Ladles U5O KM Gloves special price C9c 1 Lot of KM Gloves only 40o Mens seamless black or tan Seeks only Ocaliens clastic sham Drawers 780 quality only 480 All Until Colars for man will go title week for unit its Msn fancy apron checked Gingham ticLouivillo Store Extra heavy striped CoLton ado worth 20f special price 12c Good quality yard wide llrowit Cotton 6 Mens Clothing love Knee 1anU 10cIMeni Cotionnilo Pant 43c Boys Jeans Pants 48c Meni all wool Jean Pants 1Oc They are worth 150- llalbriggan Underwear worth tl only ISc a suit MillineryO- ur stock comprises the belt and cheapest in Children MIiscs anti LA diet Trimmed lists plain and 11tcrown Sailor Flowers Ac We the choice articles in this line and gumn tee to save you 50 per cenLIA few ot the Ladles 76o Oxford left te go for Ilea- Ladles 13 Shoes go for 91 OS tliti weak Meni Law and CongrrM combloed Shoes worth flonlr 148 Mens all leather Dreash hoes worth f2 only 115 Wo put our Ladles 150 Shoe against any K Shoo on the market Dont fall to see oar lino of Orpoti Mattlngi Hugs Lace Certain INlndi Floor Oilcloth Ae I SHL1NCER BROS PRORS T 0 RANEY MQR Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of New IJe New Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 Assets G9dl971778 Liabilities 01 84070724 j Surplus 5G2o322 The lieu Policy The lien Company Annual Dividend Before placing ywir all plicatication for Life Insurance IceIR B MAHONY Agent Ky C3Kofcrciicos Our Policy holders s It A S IWJ LINE OF CLTIIrNG I I For Men IJoys and Children OtODD PANTS K SPECIALTY l4 See our Line of Custom Made 1ant at 1260 to 1423 per pair W Ei PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky 4tt JUVENILE SHIRTS Tim little fellows must have them Wo carry thum In While and Neg Igco or ratherFull Dress and Negligee While collars and ties to sult3 years and older No doubt It will give the mother a great dent of pleasure and trouble to rig out the young man of three years of ago Look lnour window Come In CALDWELL LANIER DanvilleT- he Leading Shoe and FuinUliing House of Danvile THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This le now the moat uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re ccntly equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses now discovery in optical science to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES Just received large stockof the 1Crlilatest Designs it JVJouldhgs Patterns never Bold In this locality before have to bo seen to be appreciated Suit lingsAmongqollcate pictures Colors and all pictures that reo tJulre a dainty frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices WeIwill save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Poet Once Danville Krr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 15 IQOOJ E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TllE best material combined With iklll and accuracy Insure good carol tl No other methods aro over PennyDruir PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP R II Perrcs 1e visiting his father nt Somerset wit MISS RtlOUA LUNCBKOHU Is vlsltlnff In Lexington TtMHB W11 DitLiON Is vlalllotr her mother In thus countyhMlts R R qulto lck Is Improving jyMIss ETIIKI W ALT Jt returned from a to Corbin yesterdayiMlis ALlOY I went to Darrodsburc Friday Miss ANNIE PHILIPS visited friends I at Shelby City Saturday and Sunday BORN to the wife of II F Martin rtbe Turncrsvlllo section a daughter D II SiOONAMOiiB of Somerset bas been on a visit to friends in thlicounty TUB sowing club will meet with Mr W Hi Shank Thursday afternoon at 2800 t J II PunnOM of Moreland lire Jolclng over the arrival of twins at his houseMiss SALLIE GIVRNQ wbo has been t homo teaching at PlUsburg has returned LouisIMite SAUlRL CUAJW80X of tbo McKinney section Is Tory low rheumatism Mn S C LACKIJY of Louisville spat several days with his father I lion G A Lackey MRs W N CBAIO and little daugh ten wont to MIHortburg yesterday to visit ru S M Allen MR UUTLHK BNOIBXIAN wife and l blldrop sHnt a few days with Mr and H KngUman NANNI WnuN who has been InUammauiry rheumatism ear IMISS Is improving J nTuciCHit and Miss Brd passed through to Maaksvlllo ytktorday to attend conference G S DURHAM merchant prlnco of MIddluburg and his brothor law Hogono Roy were hero Friday MRS J K VAvARSUALBand daugh ter Miss Susan wont to foulivllle t JOlt rday to see Mr Vsslck ulster MR R O CRHHL of St Loud spent Mroral days visiting the handsome MUs Ida Dlokoy at Mr J S Rices Miss MAOOIB BUCHANAN of Crab Orabard was on yesterdays train on route to attend the musical festival a Louisville HOS J M Ronisox of Dayton O was entertained by Miss Blliabcth Hunu at her country homo from Friday watll Monday MISS LUOV PBNNINOTON returned from tho Normal School at Bowling Green yesterday and is the guest of t+ Miss Alllo Fish MK AND MRS J B WILLIAMS were GeorgIo r IMil f FLHKCK UOWNBON was here t yesterday Do says bo didnt winto- t well at Columbus Ga but bis IOOKS show to the contrary MRJ W nilOWV and family In Oludlug Misses Maud and l rna Drown of Orrlok Mq have arrived to visit his sister Mrs Leo Myers MRS II A SOMMKItS Mrs J S Grimes and Miss Elizabeth Grimes are rived Saturday to visit Dr and Mrs J II Mooro Danville Avocato MESSRS S O ANDERSON and 1 L Li Lawson two of Garrard countys beet citizens are being treated for ca tarrb ut Joseph Price Infirmary ENGRAVED invitations have been It Sued to tbo closing social session of tho country club by Mr and Mrs T L Llllard Wednesday the 10th 8 to 12 oclock HON HARVKY HELM and E P Moritz have returned from Cumberland Falls wbero they say fishing U fine They caught a largo number and tbrco pounders wore plentiful t TillS Is tho way the Lexington De aId gets the name of the handsome lady Mrs Eva Hart Hunlelgh of Danville has returned homo after visit to Mrs Lula B Cross and Mrs K Byrnes Mn A ADDAMS of tho Lebanon Branch of tho Lexington Investment Co was hero Saturday and said his business was rapidly growing at his new homo Ho secured a number of subscribers hero MR MAX STKINEOER of tho Ameri can Typo Founder Company did not pre88Iwill bo a eovon column folio Mn ROIIERT B WOODS of Stanford amonAIt make survey of a body of coal lands they have In that vicinity Somerset I Paragon t dayatMRS MATT WOOBSON and children of CrowJlM hlockllarm MrsLuthernl HaysMiss BAILEY entertained CharlesIlarvlelloTUB Crows In this county havo been coulll1UPulaskl Tenn JackOblatiyesterday tho cynosure of All eyes tho observed of all obicrvcri JAMES B G NTU went to Louisville yesterday to see his Orlolo run She belLbclMRS J W ALCORN requests that tbo members of the U D C meet at rorImportantIs desired LOCAL HAPPENINGSle HAMILTON for waLebwork LOT of nice carpets at Bcazloy it Hays S khanksBLACK leg vaccine virus at Craig Hockere lockboxLBT Grcer paint and repair your buggy Wont cost muchItRuus and Carpets at cut prices to clone Severance ft Sons It hCANT rind It Wo expect Its onuSeverance ft Sons 6c Bargain ter LOST between F Idegate and Turnursvllla a watch Leave at this olllco caughtItSaturday DBATH Henry Jorkey need about 15 died near Highland Saturday of consumption GKOHOB W CARSONS home sea Turnorsvlllo was destroyed by fire Ho had no Insurance ICR cream frcotors for frocilng noa polltan brook Something new See It G II Farrls CoaJOHN M Goocils ben house ban beau robbed at80 odd bens and roosters during the past few weeks FOR SALE vow bandmade double 5etatbarnasspoloandaurroyAddretP e tA MBBTlNu of the Kentucky Tele phone Association will convene at Winchester 9 A MJuno 7th TUB Masonic lodge at MoKlnnoy will give a strawberry supper at that place next Monday night Admission 2Bc STAWIIKRRY Inthe Kings vlllo section say tbo dry weather Ii ruining the former prospects of a good crop and will make It very short LECTURB merriment whistling and instrumental music at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night 10th H Hearr him DEAD AT BOAunt Murlah Pad gett colored said to bo 110 years old died near hails Gap Saturday of old age Sho lived with her grand eon John Tlnsloy SCIIOOL CLOSING Prof M E Prulue school at Morcland will close enterVthere to which the public Is invited GOING TO BUILD Logan R floe contracted with J A Allen Co to build twostory eight room residence on the site of the building now occupl ed by hlrolelf and mother Work will begin about the first of June II SIMLLMAN Riaas the most en tertaining lecturer of the day will bo with us tomorrow nlgbt when ho will tell us about The Funny Side of Lila tvlrtumor yorlca- hlppochondrlso forgot his woes In ad dition to tbo lecture ho gives a whist MeDa program of great merit Socuro your ticket at onco and spend an evening in general enjoyment TUTTLB Mr W S Tuttle died at his homo at Junction City Sunday morning at oclock of consumption aged 27 He recently spout several weeks at tho Joseph Prlco Infirmary horn but the disease had progressed too tar for relief Mr Tuttle married a daughter of tho late W S Hilton who survives him They had no chii dren Messrs J D Mooro and Newt Craig were hero yesterday to got How are from Mrs W D OBannon and told us that the burial would occur in the afternoon Mr Tuttlo was marshal of Junction City at ono time and also a prosperous merchant lowpeticepr NEW arrival of millinery goods this ficcloDeazley DONT forgot thu Ante Pythias SoturdaylIaUgood time TUB weather has een very warm and continues very dry Tho farmers yelterday JronlnltLboso wo led to postpone the enlargement of our paper till Friday HouSBof tour room In good repair good guardeu oti Whllloy avenue Ope poallo Infirmary for rout Only 85 per mouth J F PeytonfI ohgaolsyesterday at 60c on tbo M and will bring thfom tn town and tell them the sarao way So look out for bargains at tbo Racket Store MRS M C SAUFLBY has received a tter from Mrs C C McChord State chairman of the Womens Goebel mon ument fund asking her to forward all money collected by Juno 1 Mrs Saufloy therefore asks her assistants In this county to romp to her at onco TilE Klrknllle Mo Democrat tell of tho closing of Mlt Deckle Drum men school at Novjnger which cooleltttid of recitations and music ending with a big supper The paper else says Mies Brummctt who is a Lid cola county lady has given entire sat isfaction and has opened another school at Stab AUDITORS AonsrSenator r Farrl who was bore yesterday tol- s that oo his suggestion and that of other Auditor Coulter appointed our esteemed Lancaster correspondent M D Hughes Eq auditor agent for Garrard county There are no millions In It but the oKlm Is worth mush in some counties THE court yoatordajr hardly had enough work to keep Judge Bailey and Clerk Cooper awake Two wills wore probated and that was the sum total of the days labor N velstrlger h1ra flr ton was named as executor In the will of Faulkner Stuart but be did not qualify PRHSSBS FOR SALH3 x4i Cottrell ft Sons drum cylinder pros good as now Prints a shoo twice tbo site of this Impression of the IVTBRIOR JOUR NAL Or will enlla Hix22 Gordon used but little It will print a t larger than ball of this paper Now paper will please mention that rhea presses are for tale and call on us when wo can do them a fever THE Gon La J Camp of the Grand Army of the Republic met bero- yelLerdoyand decided to attend th State encampment at Lancaster In body May 24 and 25 Owing to tbo fact that the Confederate veterans will b In Louisville at the time and It hauls been tbelr custom to have a union deo ration day It was decided not to ob serve the day hero this year THE YOUNGEST Mr Bedell Chan cellor Is tbo youngest Confederate hereabouts Ho entered the army In 1801 at 11 yours of ago arid became a courier for Gen J E B Stuart and afterwards for Gen Rower In 1803 ho joined the Oth Virginia Cavalry an was guldo for Gen Stonewall Jackson tho night bo was killed It was on his fathers farm at Cbanrollortvillc Va that tho general received his death wound from his own men ho having ventured too far on forblddon ground Tbo old Chancellor house whore Mr Chancellor was born is now ono of tho famous landmarks in tbo Old Domin yearea all as over was Ho will meet no veteran at the Louls villo reunion who served through tho war and is as young as ho Is FOUND DEAIrFostor Webb who bought out Joseph Wllllmaus stock of general merchandise lo at Jumbo several months ago was found dead In his stable Saturday afternoon Ho bad gone to McKinney that morn CtL In good health and spirits when he left for home a short whllo afterward and bltJ friends wero shocked a fow hours later to learn that ho had died The home folks saw him take his horse In tho et ble and on life falluru to como out they wont to sea about him apd were fied to find him leaning against t manger of stall dead It la supposed that heart disease was the trouble M Webb was about 57 years old and left a wife and six children Ho camo to this county from Hamilton 0 where hla body was shipped yesterday for Inter ment and was au Industrious enter prising man- Actlngcoronor W A Coffey held an Inquest with D S Rifle foreman J D Yocum W C Austin G A Hughes A H Davidson and J L Beck jury i and a verdict was returned that den was caused by heart allure duo chrome articular rheumatism atIIgllnaCALL and see our ranges at common cook stove prices alI Farrfc k Co HAY Straw C patsShlpatuff onlyJMILWAUKEE b- tu sand mowers Aultman k Taylor thresher and en glace for sale by J T JonedfI standIeditor of this paper MOJJrloMartinbill grandpa C M Jones Saturday and broke his right arm above tire elbow A LAW SUITabout to result from byloxs stheyhouldEACH week Jones of ere a line of putshissalo for this week This Is your opportunity One week only AT Mrs Mays sale in Boylo last week J H Purdom tells ur ho bought some cherry preserves that were made over 60 years ago and a lot of china ware tbat bad been In almost constant use for 50 years 9A CAS county mMsold to our unk dealers Gold ft BIckolT a wagon oad of paper which seems to have come out of the county clerks olllco as It contained deeds marriage licenses and many other legal document PIANP JB Gllkereon sold at auc tlon here yesterday an uprlgbt solid mahogany piano to Mr George W Mrdun old but very fine Instrument IIi SUiiBl Tho Baptist Aid Society Mrs Kate Miller president will give a etrawberray supper and lawn fete in the court house square Thursday night If tho weather Is fair otherwise the upper will be served In a convenient room EDITOR CAMPIIELL of Somerset and tho INTHRIOH JOURNAL swapped Items over the telephone yesterday ho giv ing us an account of the Wayne repub lican convention and wo telling him of the failure of the supreme court to hand down a dectsjon In the govcrn onblD case TUB game of ball between the Stan ford and Lancaster teams hero Friday afternoon resulted In a score of 15 to 13 In favor of our boys The game was Interesting throughout and some good plavs were made on both sides Hlg theaOUR ocmmlttccman at Highland Mr D R Adams made return of the following contributions to the Goebel monument fund yesterday T W Hutchison 25c Gas B McGulTey 23 5ae 25 Those who wish to contribute had bet aboutgtea MARRIED THREE SISTERS W R Dull who had already married two daughters of Capt James Carter of Rowland married another Mr Lena Carter at Lebanon Junction lust week When Mr Holly married the second daughter Mr Carter remarked that Holly was trying to marry the whole family and sure enough be has married dall of the daughters This makes his fourth matrimonial venture a WHILE driving near Turnersvlllo Sunday Mils Annie Bronaugh aril Ream Lcacbraan had their borso to acaro and In his effort to run the buggy was upset and the occupants precipitated to the ground They escaped Injury strange to say but tho buggy looks like a doubleheader bad struck It Dr A S Prteo and Miss Nettle Wray drove along a few minutes after tbo accident and took Miss Brnnaugh in with them whllo Mr L brought in the horso and what was left of the vehicle Desirable Farts At Private Sale lIe lrlntr to change cllmato on Account of my health I will sell at private sale my Oountylentuckand Ji mlle West of McKlnnoy on 0 8 n- It amongtilltucky Tho dwelling U a modern brick and frame metal rout containing 0 rooms with Outbulldlng8tncludo 100aor Icohouso buggy houses melt house coal house poultry house flower pit and tood buildingsh0now Never falling orchard of best variety lardance of never tailing water four rock walled ponds In addition to branch through one RIde of tho place acres of farm In blue grass or meadow with 50 acres In wheat and corn fencing In excellent condition and abundance In quantity This farm ls In good shape for division If to desired as It lay almost In a square bounded on North East sides by flu ton vIII 0 and ollcKlnnney Turnpike This homo and farm has to be sfen to be appre ciated Anyone wlshljig to secure a very desirable place will rarely meet with an opportunity to find this quality on the mar ket Terms liberal Any person desiring calltoD 8 JOHNSTON CULTIVATORS We tell the Moline Brown New De parture Cultivators Also Ono Horse FIveTooth Cultivators If you need a Cultivator see ustBa Higgins Be McKinney Stylish Oxfords Queen Quality Oxfords are the coolest the best fitting and the easiest walking shoes conceivable They are also exceedingly hand some 250look for TRADE MARK stamped on sole cuEmi Izll9tlllIBlY Mens ShoesIs The Offering In This Weaks Cut Price Sals Many of our Gentlemen customers are no doubt not aware of the fact that we are LESSTHANneed A Handsome DRESS SHOE A Stylish STREET SHOE A HOUSE SHOE Or a WORK SHOE Como this week and you may have them for less money than we can put them in the house We have the largest and heat stock of Shoes in Stanford and are here to back up this advertisement JOHN T JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad 1500YARDSOf on sale at 5c per yard The New York agents price today on bovp goods is lOJc per yard Good patterns for Waists Dresses Shirts Comforts Ac Wo bought this lot some time ago at a bargain know ing it would be A TRADE BRINGER New Wash Goods of all kind just in Pink Blue and Black Piquo at 15c Figured and Plain White Pique at 15c to Sic New Dotted tiwisscs at 15c New Vulcnclcnno X4CEIFans Parasols Ac SEVERANCE SONSOnnosito Court House PENNYS DRUG STORE prugsI Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky n eeryi t rn z r hf THE iNTMOKJOURNAL Ent redrt the port odfce at Stanford at teconddast matter t zibUllhcrl nd FrtdV- At f1 PER YEAR CASHI W When not M paid SJ3OO will be charged KHOXVlllE DIVISION 14 Train gulag North 01148a m MIt u tollam IIIt South 12M km It s U82pm For alllfolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION e f 8 ArrrlTei at Stanford at 108 d 4 Leaies Stanford at 219 A KkKI1 Arrlres at 1In4at IYt0 ot3 Leave Stanlord t f x QUEEN CRESCENT South Junction CUr No t TralniBolng pass oil not smp No 3 1150 r No0 UMlVC- wnVs 1 NO2tdnLatop No SU No 13 r K CINCINNATIE r x with the Qconlacllngt Oeoryrotown and II x and 540 1xwlthQJaInitrain lea UI for be Uturr l1 I AJ U NEWTON r- r J+ + C Y l UNDERTAKER Maaufactaror and Dealear In UA NESS SADDLEHY 0I tV Stanford Ky r8IfAU Y Fs HAYS TAXEBS r lAta0PKALUIU IX Furniture UalUuJsRugsI And Wallpaper allfkinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY tJ iJ Green River vlPWoolen Mills Phil Casey COt Ky JljllrAUlrRRU or Jeans Linsey Flannels Blankets Ana Yarns- Weaitkeaiytol ROLL OAHDINO and tbolfTamlnlf j pl am color antsall tier Bjaeblosry l nnIii the good made by u we tuiniotce W outwear the product of any other mllla7 Jeana made 1Ic yard 10 oa wool requIred for a yards flannel all 9 oa wool required Plat- o1JndseyIIceon wool retired hxlra bleary TwtIt11yeboa wool rO colored rod hlne5 cta noon All Wool Dhnketatlatr 8lb wool required to a pair Hingis Tarn luc lb 18 required to the 2 orS ply Yarn 15c Ibieos toolle ulrod toapound5cponndeatm- Iorred blue or black In yarl1 81je round Oar Motto Irish Grade Goods Hard r Time Prices Encourage home Industry lire f nL to hone labor Why lend your work to distant mills when cm get a better article at home for paratlvely the woe Ace We solicit your pa tronage and guaranleotoglventlfacllouin qlal ity of wort prices and to fair us your work and we will convince you that our claims ar not extravagant Wool taken In ex change lor good at market Write or call and get our print 1roiupt attention to all Inqul tct Agents wanted Wool shipped In loll of 100 pouudioroer frelbt lid onll way We do not pay any freight poun11UURIC Shlpplcf PoIatMcKlnsey 1bll Casey Co Ky Isaiah White Aat8tanford KyI z PIeVILLE TO CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un son Station 10th and Broadway P E6cnger desiring infoynnlion and rata to Wisconsin ftllnnesota txebraska and in the far West Including Cal Ifernlalehould address Frank J gtEPass Agl r W U McDoel VlcoPres Gen r Charles II Rockwell Traffic MnarI minddubrsgtrlDtoghlarla a ldltitTpslEC taltlmoreMd BRIEF NEWS NOTATION i Six men wore killed by an explosion In a mine In Wise county Va Mrs McKlnley wife of the president confesses to have crocheted 4000 pairs of slippers Flro at Camden N J destroys property worth 8200000 and rendered 220 persons homeless Six men are reported to have been killed by an explosion in tbo Toms Creek coal mines In Who county Va A man believed to bo mentally un balanced pleaded guilty to murder at Chicago and aeked that ho bo hanged Mrs Nettle U Craven who claimed tobe the widow of James Q Fair was Indicted at San Francisco tar perjury Banaatar the winner of lust years Brooklyn Handicap was Bold1 at New ork to Craig W Wadsworth of tbo aSSawje Valley Hunt Club for 811000 Wit Ieo a Negro wbo attempted a orlmloar assault on Mrs B H Dlefen bich at Sandstone W Va was taken from Jail at HInton and hanged by a mobThe grand Jury at New Castle has Indicted all the members of the Taylor mllltla in Henry county for organizing a military force without the forms of lawA B Taylor shot E H Barrett president of a bank at Dunlap Iowa to death because Barrett wbo waa a school trustee did not voto for Taylors daughter for teacher Tho Southern Industrial convention will begin in Chattanooga today and distinguished men from all sections will be there to discuss questions of vi tal Importance to the South Bob Lanham a Henderson saloon keeperrwas shot and killed in a house of ill repute at Owensboro Friday Lizzie GIsh a woman who was with him has been placed In jail charged with the murder Seven peasons were killed in a disastrous freight wreck which occurred In the tunnel of the Baltimore Ohio under 25th steet juatoutside of Fair mount Park Philadelphia The tower opdrator bad gone to sleep J W Mount keeper of the work house at Owensboro shot and killed Cora Yowell one of the Inmate who was advancing upon him in a third attempt at his life She tried to throw the contents of a bottle in his face when she was shot A judicial decision In Indiana favors a Judicious use of the rod in the school room This question baa caused a great deal of trouble In the past and several teachers have been fined for punishing children The result has been that teachers dared not punish children and discipline was threatened The governor of Missouri has Issued a proclamation that the disturbances by the street car strikes at St Louis must cease and to enforce it the chief of police of that city has advertised for 2500 special police If they can not rjstoro order the troops will be called outA solid train consisting of 40 cara of thrashing machines aod engines pulled into Kansas City The train was from the factory of the Minneapolis Thrash ing Machine Company Minneapolis Minn and Is said to be the longest train of thrashers that ever loft a iraebing machine factory Jeffries knocked out Corbett at Co- ney Island Friday night In the 23d round with a left blow on the jaw Cor belt bad the contest well In hand up to that time and looked a certain winner His showing agalcst the champion was sensational and the result puts him bacc near the top of the heavy weight pugilists of the world They have a very curious strike at BIgelow carpet mills Lowell Mass AI young woman by name Jessie Derrick employed in the mills was accused and found guilty by the union of doing too much work She was expelled from that body whose leaders then demanded her discharge from the factory The firm would not discharge her and a itrlke resulted Senor Buencamlno a former member of the Filipino cabinet recently released by Maj Gen Otis has declared his Intention to try to bring about pcaco In the Philippines His plan proposes recognition of the sovereignty if the United States cessation of boa tilities suppression of bandits a re quest for personal liberties and rights under a constitution a native delega toy to the American Congress the exclusion of the friars and the estab lishment of Filipino representatives to the civil commission a TilE CONFEDERATE VETERAN Low club rates given with the INTE lion JOURNAL 1 year each for 8160 The growth of the Confederate Veteran published by S A Cunningham at Kasbvllle Tenn is remarkable Its nlgrecopies Average for 1803 7033 180 10137 1893 12010 J800 13444 1807 10175 1898 19100 1899 20166 Sub scriptions for the Veteran will be re ceived at this olllce It and tho INTE RIOR JOURNAL will be sent for u year at tho club rate of 1160 By applica MoDj otus copies of the Veteran will be sent to pur veteran friends who are un ubtetbyubscrlbo W P Walton There we Q 1037038 acres seeded to- ugarbcetk in Germany last year Tho yield Ii aboitlU urns per aero of boots containing 127 per cent of sUjJari rU J M Faulkner who sued exCom mIssioner of Agriculture Lucas Moore for damages and mopey advanced in securing tale nomination on the prom lao of n 31500 clerkship from which bo discharged him after a short time waa knocked out of court at Lebanon Judge Patterson holding that It was plainly the sale ot an office and against public policy that both parties were in tho wrong and that such a proceeding was entitled to no etaodlrg In court AN EPIDEMIC OF WHOOPING COUGH I consider it not only a peasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to toll about the wonderful curt effected in my raze by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoe Remedy I was taken very badly with flux and procured a Louie of this remedy A few doses of It effected a permanent cure I take pleas ure in recommending it to others euflerlng from that dreadful disea eJ W LYNCH Dorr W Va This remedy is sold by Craig A Hpcker Druggists I S May Musical Festival Louisville May 1410 Ono fare for the round trip May lit 15 and morning trains May 16 limited May 17 For further information apply to nearest agent of the Southern Ry or connecting lines W H Tayloo asat geol pats agent Lou isville Ky a A LIFE AHD DEATH FIQHT Mr W A Mines etMtgcbrler la slung of bli almost miraculous ape Iran death 1011 Exposure after measles Induced asrloui lung trou ble which ended Ccniumptlon 1 had frequent night end day All mj do- etonuldjwouldwon die Then 1 began Dr Kings Now PUcorerf for Consumption whtth completely cursd ma I would not be without It even If It mel Ha bottle Hundreds hueo ed U on IUT nrommenJatlon and all say It nsrrr falla to Throat Cheat and Lung troubles ItrcularilMSJcandtl Trial at Im Oft Drug Store a I June is the date suggested by Capt C M Chester for the presentation of the silver service to the battleship Kentucky ADAMS FISTULA CURES Manufactured y J W Adams k Co Taint Lick h Is a guaranteed sure cure for horse and mull afflicted with Fistula rallevtl Swlnney Scratches Saddle Molls Hard and Salt Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper Ac For sale by crU druggist Stanford M K Humphroy Liberty O Thompson KlnfrsTtlle A Caldwell Woyneabarg Dunn llrtw Dr- yJrtW a Ky PARKHILL Ma Da HOMEOPATHIC IKlSICIAUI Dr Parkhlll has had In tbo general practicelot medicine and oven hit of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cases Office Court louse over Hroa Livery Stable Office hours from Ito8P- KFRITH HOTEL F FSAHCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY UestKotel In the mountains rue ronttdernl Portecs meet all trains Special attention to trav cling mew FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand andI tor sale at all ti- mesMason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplendud iable Everything firatclaB3 Porter meet all trine 89 D S CARPENTER S Hustonvlllo Ky Ileew constantly on hand a complete line of Boggles Buckboards Harness urol turokc Agent for Deering Mowers and Hinders and repairs Oliver Chilled Plows the post made always for sale Call on him 68 of farm implements 10615 waooos and vehioles dull kinds i is one finish them with It does ittoo 11s exposure asroochcs use wears them outland fewcerm jinves1a1in NCPwill Mm f dollars Inwearlncope t r dtyoft e f1JSiYc l1QCCSSIiIQeft M1RODERrSII a liwilWllN IIYI Cak- rWarkJtadtis e ShoesPatent Leather Vici Kid- Turned Soles Welt Soles SLIPPERSPatent Vici Kid OXFORDSTwo One Strap Two Strap Vesting Tops Panel Tops Kid Tops- i Heels and- Spring Heels Prices from to 3 All Newest Styles No trouble To show them HI J JMOBEBTff Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PHESIUKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified POI admission call on MR8 NANNIE 8 8AUFLEY Ladr Principal Ja A ALLENCO Contractors And IBuilder STANFORD KY have now u complete stock of HaUdlng Material Yellow Pino Mooring Celling floors Sash minds and ull kind of Dressed and Hough Lumber shingles and tileel Ixi cuat fonts Ac We make estimates on any kind of work wanted Ulllco onpoilte Ur L II Cooks THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists tho Liver Nature will do the Hell THE POOR MANS DOCTORT- he heat Liver Kidney and yctrthasCure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of Ailments caused by a TorpidjLlv- oi33OSS NOT CTAUSEATX OR C RIPE T But acts gently on the liver 25 doses In a box for 25j Try It once and you will never be without It For Bale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stnnfordt Ky y Y 4 1 Horses and DIulcs to Sell I have Pour 3roar oldliars Mule nnd Four good Work Horses for sale 171m le 0 boon WAynoalmrit Ky 1IAVRA Fine Shorthorn Bull Which I wilt stand at my place X mile front the Courthouse on the Crab Orchard pike Service foe IMn advance Calf guaranteed W 0 SHANKS StAnronu UY HOTEL FOR SKL6 Leading lintel In Hamertet with good bulnesa will NIL or trade fur rood stock f nu principally rraAddlelll1tTltRlOR JoiitNit liON G G GILBERT Ii candlilato for reelection to Congress from this district subject to any nctlon the party may tVt DINK FARRIER Is a candidate tar Jailor subject to the ac torn of tho democratic party Ha solicit your support JOHN C PEPPLE9I- s candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Oouuty subject to the action of the democratic par ty our support is solicited POSrIEJD htnbj warn all penoni from traspamingon ujturn for any pu r wUUjer WI ClgerYy- I alo ware all i rwna trtpaming on mr aIm do puck LrNk fur any Fiat NIKVIIA Cttenhlmgy FOR eENTho- od property In the town of Orab Orchard W LAN DOHA I Krlgrr Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DE8LERS Milledgeville Ky lUrsoa band 7O Oootl priiJjIijK 7loif otw la there Mile of Mil soy number a was may want 1g c WHITE HOTEL W II CAURIKR IUOH COHBIN KENTUCKY Clew to IMMOftr Depot Hntclt lhronhouu Rate It wr Say W S BBAZLEY D D S Lan coster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With VltallMd Air 1hjslolan In attend ante OMce In the New Thompoon Building U IMPORTANT NOTICE To the ef SUnforf I will pln UMIT waIeruonolar prleea renta dailY erdferle tan IW pounds V per UBl Urdcn tilled I Urobartbd beta Cots Bleek lamp sad lrt r Alnlttrk A- rMytermaanrashand Mils mutts when rwnt rdn proioptlv 8lljl and utlitaellon juaraated TUaaklnj fyr pat layers Ibonlt I am IiIlOOISASlM8 JT T SXTTTON Undertaker HuBtonviUe Kentucky Olen hUeerrlcee to the people ol Wwt LUooU tnd Caw oouatl Yulltock Con and Cask hand U CarpeatrUanIgerPLEASE READ 6 January tat the regular semiannual scttltnK time has como One and some of my patrons haT not settled with me If you are one of them von are ear to settle Thanklpg one OllclUnEcontlouace a sVIntoshs Livery Feed Stable MCKIIJIEY KY Good Ills reasonable prIce Sato driyers double and single for day or night If you want to work Casey and adjoining countloi McKinney Is drive from Honor well Corbystogie toed day week or month A share of your pa rona co solicited hcCo thcra Mutual In eitm eAt Comp ny Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Se Home Offices le ln ton Kr- General Offices touliTllle Ky Iranch Olftlcflt Vs llalllmort MO Philadelpbta ls aid To Certificate Hold n 29313225 PasssdjTo fcgcrrelFnnd19600925BARNES Local Agent Stanford THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJESrrdLAS Hotel In tho city making a 2 1ATEOne block froth the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars piles the door to all puts o tho City Everything neat and clean l Paper Hanging And Paintingn too ino before you let your painting I will onroyell mousy I h japer It on the well from tOe ur In other wore will urn you paper an cheap as you can buv It In town and hang It at flc per bolt I will do painting In proportion All worU guaranteed J J Stanford Ky BICYCJES REPAIRED Most complete Jllcrolu Store In Central Kentucky Vo any break In it Illcy cle Workmanship Ouarnntied DANVILLE CYCLE CO Ifs and St Uanvlllo Ry Produce And Junk Wanted We havs located In Stanford for the purchase of Eggs ic Wool tNlber tlMBf the liketor Machine Cast Iron wo pay per hunJrr1 tints cut Me for llonM40o per huodrJ JUga doe and the hlfhent caih price for limo Copper Ac that offle atid hop anon IJput bt two dour from Male hiring In your lrvduce and ret our pncn- HTANKtmnritOPUCKCU JUoldaoaJIilfksrr J VrANTEID I Walnut Logs Lumbert and Trees t Addreti 0 0 MENOEL J1U k DUO CO Loulsrllle Ky H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A 8 PRICE StirgoonDoniiat Stanford K oncec4rRobrlPing Store la the lint dlrf OlarIR A DENTIST Stanford Ky 1 ttione he u liner Higgles k U Klnney a itfBPENNYDDS STANFORD KY nrOOlco at Uldenc on Lancaster Street FIRSTNATIONALBANKO1 vUlOtosk 1100000 Surplai I17C33 61 TIlL Institution originally MtablUbed u the H pMltBanknfSunfordln ISM then reorfaiili 4 M UsKstlonalUank of Stanlord In INS andagala organlMdastbtflrttKallonalUankof Stanford a IMJhu ba practically 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