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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q r es ac e Tc ary tlij I r 7 1C SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftS 11 s i t Jc in n I VOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 1 1900 9 A M = NOt J INEWS OF THE VICINAGE Ml Victory le a now poatofllcoln Pu luiklEllhu Rogers has been appointed po trna tcr at Faulaonnr Boylo count ExMnglitrato Jnbaz Edward an aged citizen of Wayno countywas found dead In bed Ceolro College and Central Unlvor city baiu bull teams will cross how on June 0 at Danville F V Logan general niorokeepor In the Internal revenue ervlca died at Sumurtol aged 67 A Trlbblo the Junction Oily hotel man lost JSOO worth of furniture by a fire In Mlddlesburn Slop from the distilleries at Silver Creek has killed all the fish In the stream br that numo Owen Hleronvraou a painter fell from a threestory root at Shakertown Both of hie legs were broken Otha Iolly out and orlou ly wound ed Luther Manpln In a light over a girl at Pellyton Adalr county Observer of the eollpso at Richmond report the surprising phenomenon of a rainbow vlilblo In a cloudlets sky Leonard Sinullwoodand Hamp Grace were sentenced to life Imprisonment at London for killing Mlllard Hughes Mrs Sallie U Huford wife of Post master Uuford died at Nlcbolasvlllo after a long Illness from a complIcatIon of diseases A dispatch from London days the PbllHt and Grinins of Clay toot at that place and a renewal of hoeilllllos was narrowly averted Two barns on Joe Haioldons farm on tho Shakortown pike in Boyle ty burned Tuesday night causing a SliOO loss with 9100 InsaruKO Origin unknown Uan Carr 18 who klllod Amlrow Hunter 12 in Whitley oouatjr leavt he fraokwl hit whip when he toW him not to do co was given SI years In the penitentiary IP the wit of W n Taruw YI II C Ford for the mayors altos of MlddlM tart a judgment was rendered In favor of Turner The ease will be taken to the court of appeals and until It de cides the geeation Ford will stay In as mayor f CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Maysvlllo Catholics have secured ell Ttk1 towards building a 8SOOOO tburcbA feast will begin at tho Catholic church at Ottonhelin Sunday evening ul 7 oclock- Rov W W Bruce of Perryvllle will preach at the Presbyterian church at Uustonvllle Sunday Next Sunday Is Childrens day at tho Christian church whon they are expected to make tbclr annual offering to foreign missions Lastycarln Kentucky r 180 schools contributed 8200501 Rev F W Allen asks us to say that to better accommodate the ladles of the Turncrsvllle congregation Ibo Lincoln County Christian Cooporallon will meet there on Juno 15 Instead of 8lh as previously announced Program soon Bro Barnes man Joun Alexander Doric of Chicago Is to be held for contempt of court lo the alleged vio lation and interference of an order by 1dotainlnt at Zion Home Millie Logan an girl who was ordered by Judge Junes court to Kankakee asylum In acknowledging the receipt of a photograph from his old friend Mr A M Frye of Hustonvllle Rev W W Bruce of Perryvllle wrote that clover gentleman It looks as If I were to caeh to It a few minutes It would pass Into a quiet nap as I have seen the original do ENLAHQEU Tho Stanford Ivmuoit JoritNAL onooj the beet papers In the State has found tbo growing de mands on It so great that It enlarged to seven columns Editor Walton Is a hustler Loulsvlllo Time ROBBED THE OHAVE nurlinw Incident of wlilrh Mr John Illrrr tniiihli wn the tuiijtrt U nirntnl h bun train a ilrwilful flOldl- IOU My elln was alt Mt rills eye lInn r ndunoellalatnatluueUYinIok antdir n niiwilie tr lay tiy ill rhoplrttal nb Jglvan me up 1Xrlu aItUlerrDDmade a dnldcJ iuifTriiifnl I nmtlnunl their IK II dim wk eat uunow a welt nun kniwtlirr Mvnl iuv Ills mil rnbnl thi centre or inothur Ictlin No lmuM tall to try then inli V sti r nlcril it Imnvi fruit store + J NTsJINN QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Reduced rates via Queen ft Crescent Routo fur the following occasion Republican National Convention Philadelphia la June lOih Democratic National Convention Kansas City Mo Jnly 4th D i P U Conventioa0lnelnna- tlOJulyitW i G U 00 F Somerset June 1st A big day at Somerset Special traIn will leave Nlcholasvlllu at 010 A M stopping at poluia en route to Somerset for this occasion Ball pamo between teams of Danville and Somerset Great est celebration of the year Dont fall to attend For rates ad schedules lejo small bills or ask your ticket agent fi h x as MIDDLEBURG Sunday school has been organized at Turkey Knob with W P Wesley as superintendentRev Green was boasting the other day of having had green peas for dinner Urn Green la said to bo a good gardener as well as a mighty good preacherMy friend J II MoWhorter has lately dovqlppod Into a firstclans fisherman They say he went out Ii few days ago and returned In a few hours with a ID pound string Hans ford used to have fishermans luck altogether I supposu ho has learned to spit on his bait Jim Coulter who Is always out for fun and who enjoys a joke even at his own expanse equal to any man lover knew says the eo called smallpox In this section is a disease similar to Itch and Is confined altogether to Negroes and republicans Ho says democrats need have no fears whatever of catching It With the fair prospect for wheat the price of corn has not advanced any lately and It Is thought there will bo a decline In the course of u few weeks Farmers are well up with their work and the growing corn crop is freer of weeds than over we knew A good shower of rain It badly needed by those preparing for a tobacco crop ltlle ell Emma and Bceslo Fogle havo returned from Georgetown College O It Jones who has been attending that school has also returned to bis homo hero Jordan S MoWhorter who went to Kansas to pay his brother W O MoWhorter a two months visit returned Friday Jordan says bo kill ed two juukrabblts and came near get ting a shut at a large gray wolf Democrat here nearly went beside tbemiulvM when the now of the su preme courts declMon reaobed here while republicans were east down and refuted to be comforted One of them Is said to bave given vent to his feeling in words nut altogether becoming a tnoqjbor of the iiieelln house and said be hoped that the whole layoat from McKlaley down would be defeated this fall Well It does look now that his feelings will bo gratlfled While arranging a window curtain Mrs hernia Fogle Ion and broko her arm and received some other minor bruUos Mrs Charlny Roy of CbaUa noon a Is visiting the family of G S Durham this week Mr W T Dur ham of Coopersvllle Wayne county has been visiting relatives here for several days but returned to her home Wednesday Lincoln VclU and Rich ard Sharp went to Louisville Tuesday Cbarley Goodin and family are vlelting relatives In Louisville this week Uncle E Tarrant of Ml Ollvo spool a few hour In our village one day last week Some good citizen relieved Jordan Carter of a full sot of wagon harness one night last week MASS CONVENTION Pursuant to the order of the democratic State Executive Committee of Kentucky tho democrats of Lincoln county will assembles at the court house In Stanford on Saturday Juno Olb at 2 oclock I M standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State Convention to bo held In the city of Lou 1111 0 on Thursday Juno lath for the purpose of choosing delegates to tho democratic National Convention at Kansas City All persons who will at the November election 1000 be legal voters and who are devoted to the prin ciples of the democratic party and de sire to see those principles succeed and all democrats who by participating laid macs convention will feel In honor bound to support the nominees of the democratic National Convention shall have a right and are hereby invited to participate In said mass convention Lincoln county Is entitled to one dole gate for each 200 votes and fraction of 100 or moro votes cast for the head of the democratic national ticket at the presidential election 1800 JNO W nOL iIts Chmn Tho estimable Mr John W Yerkos must once moro go through with the familiar operation of obliterating him self us a candidate for tho republican gubernatorial nomination Refugeo Taylor expressed willingness to ac copt tbu nomination knock the pins from under all other aspiring snivelers for civil liberty but when they see what happens to the republican can didate this fall they will bo in a frame of mind to bless In November the hand that emote them In May Loulsvlllo Times A FRIGHTFUL BLunDER Will oftracmue horrible Hum Solid Cut or Brulte ItuckltniArnlcaSalte the last in the norld will kill the pate and heal It Cures Old tforrt FeverSores Ulcera bolls Felon Corn all Skin Eruption Uet 1Ile rum on lax Cure guarautwd Sold tjr IennyIlrogglet The exConfederates now In our midst us It were seem to be Just as prosperous and happy as the exFed orals notwithstanding the difference of 9140000000 a year In the shape of pensions which the Federal eoldofs receive from u truly patriotic gover- nmsntLouisville Post THAT THROBBIKQ HEADACHE Bingyewrd their uialchlfM merit fur Blck and Ncrroui llrd cbet They make pure blood and Krong ntrtfs and bull J up your health Euyto take them July M cents Money back If not turN Sojd by 1cnny l t POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Croaker the Tammany boss says hole for Dryan first lust and all the time Congressman U D Allen was re nominated without opposition In the 2d district Illnsatd that JurI 0 W H Holt of Frankfort will be offered the chief justiceship of Porto Rico Morgan Chlnn of Harrodsburg will bo appointed steward of tbo Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort As n result of the order Issued by thu court of appeals the contests for the minor oStute ofllues go over till next fall Taylor and Flnley made speeches at the Decoration day exercise at Mar llnsvlllc Ind on the Invitation of the G A It- Congressman Gayle says ho U not opt posed to Bcckbam but thinks Gov McCreary the strongest man thatcould be nominated for governor Tbo Atlanta Journal believes that the great majority of Southern demo crats who bolted Bryans nomination In 1800 will vote for him this year Tbo court of appeal holds that It can not act on the contests over the minor State olllccs until fall unless the attorneys get together and docket the case In the usual way Gov Beckham has appointed the fol lowing commissioners of the Feeble Minded Institute nt Frankfurt M J Meagher W W Longmoor John D Grlllln John II Stuart and James Henry They are all democrats Bradley says ho was surprised when Taylor fled to Indiana No bo wasnt Bradley know him anti had to use harsh words to bring him back from Washington Bradley was not stir prised only disgusted Owcnsboro MessengerJudge L Brown la still holding circuit court in his district notwlth standing Auditor Coulter has said no court claims from that district against the State will be paid until the contest between Judge Wilson and Brown Is settled by the court John Rbeu talks horse sense DI fol lows I favor any change In tbo presS ent law that wisdom and time show Is neoossury to secure tbat which every democrat wants a fair election and an honest count so tbat military Interference and corporate boodle can not Largo an unrighteous and untruthful result Klnzsrille Lincoln county Gardens etc are looking well since tbo much needed rains J L Jonhaon Is shipping many car loads of lumber to the cities Dr J M Actons residence presents quite an elegant appearance since be ing newly painted Alt Elder Sam Jones failed to arrive there were no services at the Christian churcb Sunday evening Mrs D P DIneen and small eon have returned after a weeks pleasant visit with her mother Mr Penny backerMrs Elizabeth Pealrs left Monday for Zancsvllle Ohio where she will make an extended visit to relatives She will also visit Plltsburg Pa before re turning home Mr and Mrs Thomas Sbelton Miss Sallie Shelton and Mr Arthur Pcalri of Rowiand visited rel atives here Sunday Messrs L C Car ter and Mack Williams ticket agents of Frankfort and Brannon spent Sun day with their bomcfolks here Rev R B Mabony of Stanford was hero Monday In the Interest of his Insurance company Miss Eva Webb and brother Ollie of Buroslde are the guests of relatives bore Mr and Mrs Will Care and baby of Lebanon Junction ar rived Monday to visit his mother Mrs Fannie E Carey and other relatives Master Charley McCarly of Lebanon Junction Is here on a visit to bls uncle W L and J M McCarty Dr B F Walter of Lancaster will be here to practice his profession Juno 4th E M C row HATES TO MILWAUKEE AND IlETUUXA- CSPUXTIIEXBRAL FKIIRUATIOX WOMENS CLUBS The Motion Route will sell tickets from Louisville Ky to Milwaukee Wh and return from June let to ith Inc luivo at rate of 113 40 Tickets w bo good returning until June Jllh and extension tu June 30th my be obtained by deposit of tickets and payment of additional fee of 50c Full particulars as to departure of Ken lucky delegates and other details furnished upon application to E II BACON District Pnssengcr Agent Louisville Ky The INTEKIOK JOURNAL has been enlarged to seven columns It appear ed that the irrepressible editor of that paper was giving to his readers as good a vapor as need bo but be believes in expansion especially In the newspa per work We congratulate Mr Walton upon his enterprise in going one better ana hope that be may live long and prosper tt Wayne County Record A few days ago the160h anniversary of the birth of Girard who founded the great college in Philadelphia was celebrated with due pomp and cererao ny Tbo endowment of the college has grown from 5000000 to 920000000 and the end Is not yet In sight by any means Most of tho growth was duo to real estate Investments r MT VERNON Rev Oliver Wallin and Miss Sarah Davis were married Tuesday A calf 10 pIlls and a baby boy were recent ifidltlous to u Rockcastle moans farm Inside of a day E U Brown who has been braking for some time has bought the W L Henderson farm near town R H Ham in the gentlemanly clerk for Frth t Dunn Brodhcad and Miss Helen Thurmond were married Wed nesdayMr Van Cleave the photographer Is hero from Wild Ie Ho has just made a picture of the collecro which Is to be used In advertising the school A large party of young people made a visit to the Bryant cave last week and were so entertained by It that they will make a second visit to It and an adjoining lave today Mr and Mrs Rome Adams and chil dren of Livingston are visiting the family of Reuben Mullins George Moore Is spending the week In town with friends Mr Carson the excel lent painter and paper hanger has re turned to his work hero again The new stone company has opened a quarry at Muchlersvllle between Langford and Wild Ie They will put in a lot of valuable machinery and havo the largest quarry plant In the county The company at Langford Is doing i large business The jury In the case of John Mead OWl charged with killing the two Mat thaw boys at Pine Hill returned a ver diet of not guilty D P Beohurum was acquitted of the charge of attempt ed bribery of a juryman This Is the case whore E Bullock Jr made the charge in connection with the Wilson case E K Wilsons trial Is set for FridayD Myer and wife of Williams burg were visiting relatives here Mr ORear of Mt Sterling Is visiting tbo family of M C Miller J H MoClary seriously III Mrs W A Runner dleJ of cancer Dr T J Price was it from Level Green J W Miller was here from Lancaster II C Braugb ton Is In from Somerset Dr Lewis came over from Wlldle Monday Tom Jim Ballard of Big Bill neighborhood Is dangerously III The college closes today and we feel intact we know that the school has never been such a success as It has been under the management of Dr Ewer and his love IwUe who while she does not teach In the school owing to her HI health with her spirit of improvement and exemplary life Inspires all around her to nobler alms and pur poses Prof Crawford of the Danville Theological Seminary delivered the baccalaureate sermon Sunday which was to have been preached by Dr Rob ers While we regret that Dr Roberts could not be with us we found Prof Crawford an excellent substitute His morning discourse the one to the class was upon the subject of Habits and was a happy combination of both In tellectual and spiritual sentiment Erastus Wiman says tbat the losses by business failures In the last 10 years amount to 1600000000 which is more than twice the amount of the countrys circulating medium In the same time there was a loss of 81300000000 by Ores against which there was an In surance of 8800000000 leaving a net loss of 8500000000 The excess of lia bilities over assets In the failures of the 10 years epresente a dead loss of 81200000000 to 150000000 creditors Bad Information and maladmlnlslra lion vere responsible for this tremen dous loss Thorn Is a time almsevery young mans life says a wise observer when he Imagines that he Is really a warm number When he grows older ard by experience accumulates a small store of horse sense he views the same class of boys with disgust Ho meditates on his past and wonders If he was such a confounded fool A smart ales Is about the most despicable mortal that ever drew a breath but the law forbids killing them and the people are compelled to just grin and bear their pres once In the community IIOW3 THIS anyeselarrh Iurc- i CHENEY CO ToltdoO Cheneylnrhonorable In all builtut tratiMCIIuni and atonal ally aide to carry out any cMlgailoni male br liiflr firm OWALPIKOjjlm Toledo U actingdircttly huttieHalts Family are the best A GAUD OF THANKS I wish to say that 1 feel under lasting obligations for what Chamberlains Cough Remedy has done for our family We have used It in so many cases of coughI lung trouble and whooping cough and it has always given the most perfect sails faction wo feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and with them to please accept our hearty thanks Respectfully MnsS DoT Des MoinesI Iowa For sale by Craig b lock or A Fayette county man who saw a pile of electric light bugs being swept into the street at Lexington thought they would be good food for his chickens nermorololJ I r ILANCASTER returned to her home In Atlanta after a pleasant visit to relatives here- Decoration exercises were observed by many on Wednesday notwithstanding the heavy rains But few people are coming to town since the large crowds last week and news Items are scarce During the G A R encampment a resolution was passed recommending that a National park be made at the Perryvllle battlefield Our city le well represented at the Confederate reunion It E Henry of the Record Is helping the Danville Advocate out of a big run on job work Tho district meeting of the Knights of Pythias to be held hero on June 8th will draw a good crowd The local lodge will give a banquet at the Gar rardThe most sickening thing In the world Is the republican cry of demo static fraud when that party Is known as the party of corruption having oven gone so far as to count In a president who was not elected In 1870 Our democrats would all unite cfn Hon James B McCreary for governor and the same would bo true In other sections of the State The best thing to do Is lo Instruct for him and his election will be sure to follow his nom inationTho Danville News has come to this city In a clean attractive dress giving the news and declaring for the best In terests of Danville and Boyle county and for the promulgation and advocacy of democratic principles III the strong est terms In answer to the question Who are you lor for governor toGO Bradley said I understand that Gov Taylor Intend returning to the State and submitting his claims to the convention and If nominated to make the race If ho desires to pursue this course he is the logical candidate Tell your people who said that wo hit off more than we could masticate In the G A ft encampment that art rangement were made to entertain twice the number tbat came Kickers are plentiful however and theywould be masticated If It were rot for the nausea that would follow Senator G T Farris as chairman of the democratic county committee has Issued a cull for a mass canventlon at the court houeeon Saturday June 0 at 2 l M to select delegates to the Louisville convention to be held June 14 to select delegates to the National con vention at Kansas City on July 4th E O Porch of Somerset spent Monday with George Smith Jr J T Hays has gone to Loulsvlllo agate for medical treatment Mrs G M Patter son has gone to Chicago to visit rela tives and to witness the marriage of a slater Miss May Hughes will enter tain on Friday night In honor of guests of MUs Alice Hudson Mrs T C Bush of Texas Is the guest of Dr and MrsW N Dub Messrs J M Hlgglnbolham T J Haicher H A B Markaburv C W Anderson T A Elkln Joe H Arnold and Dr H C Herring are In Louis ville Mr and Mrs R E McRoberls are visiting relatives at Hopkinsvllle Mrs H C Carlton went to Louisville- on TuesdayA crowd came to town Monday the farmers being busy and business was dull J C Slier k Co report the following from their stock pens 385 cattle and 100 sheep on the market stock hogs sold at 3l to 4 cents butcher stuff 31 to 31c good yearling steers 828 per head other steers 5c and heifers 4c barren eweo 82 to 83 per head ewes and lambs 83 to 85 The will of Mr Claiborne Lear was proba ted Ho gives his estate real and pore sonal to his eon John F Lear Hon R H Tomlinson bought Iii acres of land known as a part of the McDonald farm below Hryanlsvtlla at 875 per acre WOULD NOT SUFFER SO AGAIN FOR FIFTY TIMES ITS PRICE I awoke last night with severe pains In my stomach I never felt budly in all my life When J MOle down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hard ly work I wont to Miller McCurdyp drug store and they recommended Clinrn berlnins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic and one do e fixed we nti right It certainly is tho fittest thing I ever used for stomach trouble I shall not be without it in my home hereafter for I should not care to endure the sufferings of last night again for fifty times its priceG If WILSON Liveryman Burgcltstown Washington CoIa This remedy is for sale by Craig ft trucker The administrationbalms which is to take the place of the social function which usually marks the Incoming of a new State administration will be given at Frankfort Friday night Juno 8 It will be the first social function of the present administration and no In vitation will be Issued Friends of the administration In all parts of the State Will be welcome After being llllgallun for 14 years the case of Mrs Laura Howard against the C k 0 for a personal Injury on one of Its trains was affirmed by the supreme urt for 820000 interest and costsLincoln Pralher was killed by light ning la Mason county 4eaYk ARE YOUOne Of Them C There are of course some men In Danville and around do not buy thtitClothing and Furnishings here that is to bo expected butjfTHRY only knew hew much better they could do by buying hero titan elsewhere much greater an assortment they have to choose fromhor up totbebour arejjmr styles and how rae sonable our prices = we fancy every ono of them would patronize us Sahsall styles and prices 85 to 20 Odd iants the cream from the stocks of the best makers Neckwear the swellest of swell styles NegilgeoShirtestyles correet fit perfect Underweur in every grade thats worn Shoes tp fit ycsr feet arid your purse Straw Hats warranted to make you look handsome Hats Shoes Furnishing It Pays To Trade At THEyYour money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co VAIJL EJPItF-or 4 Cents I In my Store ready to hang I have 30000 rolls of newest patterns of Wall Paper prices 4c 6c tic 7c and 8c roll on up to the finest made We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in KentuckyY- ou see the paper matched up Just ns it will look on the wall and set it at once cheaper lhan any bookhouse can soil it A large stock of Paints and Painters Sup plies on hand and Pictures framed on short notice in latest styles A E GIBBONS DANVILLE KY- No 006 Slain Street W C GREENING HTJSTONVILLE KY Has just opened and has ready for your inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE I Including a hill and complete line of IK ADWAREIHe also carries Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons Ac Ho will both buy and manufacture Oil and Spirit Staves and is alwaysWri time market for SHINGLES He will exchange his goods for anything that he can convert into money Call on him and take him your produce VK i When You Needr Paints Oils Consult J Craig Hocker Stanford A C SINE a CONTRACTOR BUILDERt STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded during the 15 yearsp that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed I wII s P J A ALLEN CO Contractors And IBailc2ers STANFORD KY 1 S bate now complete stock of JuildirjK Material Yellow Pine Flooring Ceiling Poors Sash minds and of Pressed and Rough Lumber Shingle and Steel ItoeHak 14 oust tots if We make estimate on any kind or work wanted OUlco Oppeatte Dr L U Cooks x American Wire frenceJ D r The Best Made a 1tr Try It And You Will Bei Surer oj o IIVt fat r t Oeo H ParrlS G m INTERIOR JOURNAST- ANFOND Kv JTOE i I 9 W P WALTON mon11Oatt btlaijce of the Confederates at jatb reunion In Louisville U the tbelrI est and the arrangements for cabolratehalves and this time she seems to hooftilt doing all former elTorte T crowd Is immenseltut they are we taken care of aniitbe poor old boss l pray who are not able to their way are fed and lodKilwUbout money i without price The city U beautiful decorated with flags and other buutin tho Confederate flan largely predom- nating and pictures of dlatlaguttbt- Confederates appearing on all sides The elepti to illuminations are also eri fine The newspaper men are beln- t handsomely taken care of and the ep clone quarters provided for them are preelded over by Col Thomas i OsborneM elegant a gentleman and as brave a soldier aa belonged to the fa moue orphans brigade Rain has greatly Interfered with the arrangements tawny of the important events having to be postponed on account of It The grand parade will occur today when hundreds of the gallant men who fought the battles of more than a third of a century ago will step to sPlrltjofmany of them as age Is rapidly claim Jag them all and death will soon do eo Grand In war and glorious In peace t every one of them will fill a hero a grave and while no lofty monument may mark the graves of most of them history will glue them credit for deed of valor and for a faithfulness to duty unparalleled in the annals of warfare Glory and honor to them all TUB dispatches say that after a co ference with Indiana and Kentucky friends at Martlnsvllle Ind Refugee Taylor contented to be the republican candidate for governor of Kentucky and Dr A D James says be will be nominated by acclamation In the cam paign should hit party be fool enough to nominate him even though be b the logical candidate Taylor will bav to occupy that narrow strip of land between the devil and the deep blue to- f he stays In Indiana he wont ru worth a cent in Kentucky and if be comes to Kentucky be Is sure to run his bead In a hornets nest or worae In a bastlle Poor fellow No matter which way be flees Its bell and in the lowest depth a lower depth still threat snug to devour him opens wide passenljtday afternoon was flatbed over the wIres In a few minutes and caused great sorrow among the friends he had made during a faithful service of 2 years with the great company whit will wits him sadly for the bead of th department be filled so well Mr A t tnnro wnfcielzed by death as he was ascendlBjira flight of stairs and the grim monaler Boon did its perfect work Deceased was 65 years of age and leaves Rjflfe and daughter besides ire chi dren by his first wife He was an EnC glishman by birth and was one of beet railroad men In the United States NO ob candidatefor Congress Tiavlng yet announced the committee wlll meet at Harrodsbur on the Oth rand declare Hon George G Gllber- the democratic nominee to euccee hImself That Mr Gilbert has been jjlven a clear field by his party Is a def served compliment to a faithful ser t vast The committee hould content Itself however with the business be q fore It and not attempt to commit tbeI district to the candidacy for gov ernor of any man If Goy Beckj bam le the choice of the tbey will have an opportunity later to so expressthemselves without the elgI gestion or promise by the committee THE tOW Danvilles new democrat ic paper la out Rod fulfils all the exC pectations It had created The fret Ic sue Is a six column quarto and Is full of Interesting reading and nicely set ad vertlsements Mr R 0 Cunninghamf late of the MIddlesboro tor and if he lives up to the promises or shis salutatory will cot only deserve but command success The newspaper field hereabouts seems pretty well fill ed but like the stage coach there Is always apparently room for one more As Is lu custom the Courier Jour nal breaks all records Its editions during the Confederate reunion withJ Us hundreds of portraits of Illustrious men who fought for the lost cause und other illustrations together with the timely and interesting matter pertain ing to the great event showed again the boundless enterprise and unlimited resources of the Soutbs greatest now j it paper ITS a pity that a liberty loving manlike a W S Taylor claims tobo is limi ted to the confines of iheKiAter State But then hie territory nStfwl big corn pared to what H will be uiVlr his trial for conspiracy in the assassination o- fGVGoebel LET ft largo enough reward be offeredP for Taylor and Flnley and they brought soak totbe scene of their crime Mountor no Mount Thereare MR who wtll bring them back dead or = = = at innA fa current in London that- tCgtstPaul has beenKrugerpff W Gi a TAYLORIj tl today ordered a bench warrant issue for the arrest of W S Taylor on an In Oldlctment charging him with being a n accessory to the murder of Wllllan Goebel The indictment was return the third week of the Into term of t circuit court and was entered on rec ord at that time but was not made pub lie at the time because of the fact that no bench warrant had been awarded lit BRIEF NEWS NOTATION allotUya n Adair is dead aged 71 callalnd t car strike Disappointment In love caused Char 11tlye Carnegied p cash amount to iPrank Dutr on aged 14 occldentallI probably fatally y counllreports was occupied Thursday by the British troopsJean de Reezke the famous Polls b tenor will receive 3000 per night for singing in grand opera in Amerlct next season W F Waters was awarded 94700C damages against the Standard Oil Coat Philadelphia for the loss of his eyes senlcej to the blue and the at Antietam was un veiled President McKinley was the principal speaker There are 10014 locomotives at work on the railways of the United Kingdom and each of these on an average runs yeariJrune Mrs MayI Darnaby Muir a judgment for against Mrs Mary Mulr for allenatln- her husbands affections wonman In Pennsylvania Is dead at Eat ton Silo weighed over 500 pounds and 10 men acted as pallbearers Gus L Macey Joe Blackburn and David Lehman of Woodford JrIdieted for betting on the election were pardoned by Goy Beck elhamThe Ui supreme court cut the claim of Admiral Dewey and bis menI deuMannlla halt In two While eating In a Boston restaurant Allen Wood found a pearl whlcb weighed 39 grains reposing In a cla shell If It bad the proper lustre IIwould be worth thousands MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Twentyeljjht people were married in JetTersonvlllejeaterday James Butner of Paint Lick wboI use shot by a rival will be Madisoni13Boston bas a very clever proapectlvc tllbride in high society circles She has 3000 wedding Invitations and expects to relieve her father of all the wedding expenses by selling the duel cate presents Mr J E Clauncb of Somerset ant Miss Mayme Lynn daughter of Mr J E Lynn of near Stanford were mal60 rled in the parlors or the Grand Hotel Cincinnati at 11 oclock Wednesday Rev W M Britt file brides pastor afrStanford officiating Mr Clauuch and his best moo Mr J W Harvey of Somerset reached Cincinnati Tues day morning and made all arrange titde from Mlllersbur that afternoon But exacting duties connected with tit closing exercises of the college In which Miss Lynn has been teacninp prevented her going till Wednesday morning Then the misfortune of a delayed train caused some confusion much sinking of heart on the part of the expectant groom However with the assistance of many friends the ceremony took place only a Ihtl after the appointed time and the hap py couple took the noon train over the S O for their Eastern bridal tour They were a fine looking couple and the score of friends from Mlllersbur Stanford and Somerset who witnessed rites that made them one felt that ew ever started in the matrimonial race with such talc prospects of success and happiness W M B LAND AND STOCK Corn has advanced to 350 In Adalr G A Swlnebroad sold In Madison 75 steers at Se- tElectricity 2171 alreof 12 standar- performers la dead Bon Front at 100 to won a race a Latonla Wednesday J C Slier sold to M E Maban 10 yearling sheep at 230 CC GoVer sold to D F Rankin of Wayne a horse for 75 Idollta has started In four races and hat 18500 to bta credit- A J Thompson bought of Jesse Fox bunch of sheep at 250 John Bright the overlie won the Latonla Turf Congress Handicap LOST 60pound red shoat marked In right ear Jeff Belden Stanford Jacob Hummelsteln bought 1600 worth of ginseng In Wayne county The Epsom Derby was won by the rince of Wales Diamond Jubilee WANTED a good thorougbred South bucic Box 32 Mt Vernon 1IIdown J S Owsley Sr bought 25 D00 pound feeding cattle of Mantle Fox 5o and sold a Pennsylvanian three aged mules at 1125 He also sold 200 barrels of corn to several parties at 1250 at the crib W U Shanks void hU milk cows at 130 to SIO and ordered ills ad dlscon tinned Maj P P Johnston has resigned president of the Kentucky Horsobrccd ers Association marehe8 John Smith bought In Lincoln and Rockcnstle a bunch of heifers at Jie HcISix brood sows averaging 2bO pounds four shoats of 100 pounds each and two yearling mules for salo Mark Hardln J niokolT bought 50 pounds of gin song In Kookcasilo at 325 Ho founi it scarce in that county as well as l Lincoln Nanoy llahks 204 was delivered o- fbr fourth foal It Is a fine bay colt bj Arlon 2071 and tins been named Admiral Dewey J M Brenmm of Paris lost by dcatb- the fine trotter Stammont by Stam boul dam Sue Clay by Guy Wilkes valued at 3000 There were 150 cattle on tho Winchester market Monday the blghesl telling at Cc Hogs brought 4 ant mules in pairs 125 elnI a bunch of steers at 3o T L Carptn utIItThe McKinney Milling Co has bought several crops of old wheat at 75c but have bought no new wheat They are paying 275 for cornIA Paris dlspatob says blue grass seed estimate that the crop this season will be fully per cent larger than any season known for man years The largest blue grass seed cleaning establishment In the world U located in this city 1W B Kldd bought the past week at Bardstown 393 cattle at 470 Ho ship1 ped the tall ends to Cincinnati and sold them at the same price as the whole cost The remaining 305 are export cattle and weighed 1205 pounds Winchester Democrat- A Chattanooga dispatch says The local Fruit Growers Association an nounced that the strawberry season shipgquiring In their transportation 2oO cars The pice has averaged 92a per crate the total amount being 230000 the ex penses of the crop express charges picking c tooted up l21000 leaving a net sum for the growers of 152000 Few people realize the importance which the department of agriculture assumed tint 1h18 the past few years SInce the time of the late Jerry Husk and his fRo maW horse book the department has evoluted from a seed section of tit n patent office applied science has b h come a part of American agricultural pursuits Secretary Wilson is one o saymthe National Magazine and owner of titlcultural editor who knows what he talks about his bulletins are regularly sent to 00000 farmers n lde from the regular demands for reports on vnrloas technical topics There was a feeling of national pride when he showed me coffee tea figs bananas sugar in fact samples of every species of the necessaries of life grown In American conIt enters into other pursuits is some thing more than drudgery ExCon 1lul Monnghan of Chemnitz Germany me that we are utilizing Germanys applied science in farm methods Why is not B A bachelor of agriculture as much of a distinguished degree as bachelor of arts Some of the delights of single bless edness were discovered by a Brook lyn bachelor who was sewing a but ton on hU overcoat without a thimble When the needle was partly throug- p the cloth he would force it further by pressing the shank against thee wall then he would old the move ment with his teeth He was engaged in the latter part of the performance when his teeth slipped from the needle and he fell backward from bill chair to the floor breaking his collar bone Within the next six months Chicago isleecults at an estimated cost of half a million dollars As from 100 to 90 separate wires are on the lines of poles which are to be removed the total length of wire actually put under ground will exceed 4500 miles There are now about JOO miles of pole lines In the city limits carrying approximately 100000 mlle of separate wires The steady financial loss of th Paris exposition since the opening must be highly disconcerting to the promoters Unless the 150000 Amer lean visitors which Paris had been thedmay longt5000 a 0day unless the people back of it are to fritter away their money and have plenty of it to fritter Tle mayor of Newport ICy who was truck on the head by a brick while at tempting toquell a disturbance be tween citizens of that town and a cir cus visiting the place declares himself thoroughly ashamed of ills townspeo pie If shame was his strongest emo tion at that time he may be considered a very amiable man Statistics have lately been compiled with the object of showing how tho birds of thisfcountry are thriving In only three states North Carolina California and Oregonare the birds holding their own According to an eastern exchange rural free delivery by electric cora is likely to be established in some lIelI tions of New England this yeart q IvTA TED LumbedI and Trees Address 0 C MENOEL JK R DUO CO Loulavllle Ky FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand an 11tor sale at all time W Logan Wood Assistant Manager MELson HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror ImAcnstcr i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splend d table Everything firstclass Portere meet all trains 80 FRITH HOTEL F PSAMCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Best Hot In the mountain roan canililernl rorttn install trains ttfwclil ttntlon to tra1sling sues occasionally in applying a protective coat of nd l1f to of thethanatdandcstthinps- ghoul place means more months and years of service li the riiht Kind timade for the purpose andMthatanybotyun it en a caN tbtr3py- 1artsdltywheetbertr sitifin ste4bOJIironfenceporch thiir lawn settee wm flat must wittisfand nJwt Ktvrt 11 B nmlErT5 The Greena StoreHU- STON111LLE Now Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur- nishingGoods Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c adhlower than other SIOCKH bought since goods went up1ee soy new line of Hot Weather Clothing Low Cut Shoes and Straw lion JAMES FRYE Desirable Farm At Private Sale s Desiring to clangs cllmute on account of my health I will sell nt private sole ray farm of 250 acre In West Lincoln County Kentucky miles Bust ot Hnstonvlllr and IK ruflto West of McKluncy on U S It It Tilts farm and Improvements are among tin best In the Illuo Orus region of Ken tucky The dwelling U n modern brick and frame metal root containing room with mils porch and verandah Outbuilding Include two Hjileudli andcommodloui baron with SI box stalls shed room for 100 crude or 200 Mieop other buildings Include Iceboune home meat house coal goodylire In Hrstclam and cornivtratlvvly new Never fulllug orchard of best variety Isedance of never falling water tour rock walled ponds In addition to branch through 0110 sid ot place 200 acres of form In blue grace or meadow with no acres In wheat cud corn fencing In nccllent con dltlon und iibundiice In quiintllv This form U In good shape for division so desired us It lays almost In u square bounded on North and East sides by tonvllle and McKlnnniy Turnplko This homo and farm hits to be sear to be appro- elated Any ere wishing to secure a very deslrublM place will rarely meet with an oipirtiMiliv to find this quality on the mar ket Term liberal desiring to Inspwit tho ureinl s areinvited to call- on or nddru me ut KyD THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL louivinr sIThe mot ceutralll located and only FIFdSTCLASShotel 2 RATE Out block from the prlucipa shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street care pass the door to al parts he City Everything neat surf titan l a HON HARVEY HELM Is a candidate for delegate from the DUtrlct to the Kuna4 City convention tub pottyIHON G G GILBERT Congreetram r action tho party may take DINK FARMERI- s n candidate for Jailor subject to the nr lion ot tho democratic party lie solicits your support IJOliN C PEPPLES dis candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Court r curttyFOR RENT I The propJrtv at Crab Orchard lately oc cupied by Mm M A Singleton 11lnuludll5 residence gnrdun pastun je Apply to 10 It SlntrletOD Orb Orchard Ky II Horses noel Mules to Sell 11 have Four 2 voar old Mare Mules und good Work horses for axle tin li O Ooocii Wayuosburg Ky 35 REWARDFor rvturnof cow bought from Duit Holmes and which loft llrtxlhrnd and went In the direction of Mil Lowe about a month ego She Is u small red rug with a white slat on the forehead has char horns and U three years old alas W H LYMCII Wlldle Ky Lost Strayed or Stolen One black mare right fore hoof rpllt from Mioo to edge of haIr tmull knot on left shoulder Any Information will bo thank full received and duty rewarded Fitepz1toxYosemlc SummerGoods Light Unaerwe r Negligee Shirts Silk Shirts LowCutStyoes Serge Coats With or Without VestsI Luster Coats Straw Hats Crash Hats Belts SOFT TIESI EtcI H s Ja P3ROBERTS PUBLIC SALE OF A Fine Boyle Co Farm Thursday June 7 1900 At 10 oclock 11 will otter at public ule ray firm ofiTOncreo three sod one half mike from 11U11rulfolbulldlDxi barD carriage iliopi ihrtli Jar machinery granary corn crib ice coal house Boon orchard garden uI ar sui bed etc Also a Urgn rand shaded by form trees The atbarsla timothy and fluter In wheat t la melon and iw In oats lulance In torn The hrm li divided hy a county road 1M tern with ImproTeiiKlitt on one aide and 83 acres on the able will he told lUlIole11ur tocutli ei vhlcherer way brings the liert price Crops will Iw told to purchaser II dfilred unit MAnnIon Kite at any time It U In u good neighborhood placeAt I will sell rev eral good mares and horses some No cows a two houe wagon two Champion hinders almost now new mower wheat drill corn planter all cultiva othertort lot und things tea numerous to mention Persons desiring to inspect the premIses lire invited to call TEU ISolle third cash balance In one und two years at six per cent Interest Lunch served at sate MIW JW LVTTIE T n English AUltloueorI Tha Southern Kutu Maori Company Of Lexington KyvTHE OLDEST AND THE BEST = Horns Offlcei Lexington Kr Officn IxmliTllle Ky Branch Offllcea at Newport New Va UMtliiiore 1M Jhuadelpbla Paid To Certificate Holders 29218225 PuitdTo BesenreJFund S98OC925 BARNES WEAKEN Local Agent Stanford r NFORDSIIBUSY STORE I Literally bristles with Low Prices and Great Values We have opened the way for ECONOMICAL SHOPPING And our Inducements are real anti substantial SPECIAL ATTRACTIONSFor Thin Week Domestics Wo will again Ml 10 yaitls of Calico to enoh customnr for He per yard heckalShlrtinr Cotton corker brand worth 7c area this week for 4 Jo Pieces of Outing worth 7c speedo thin week be- Itnd Ticking pot yard 5c- 30Inch Percnlo 6c Apron Checked ntnchnm jc Clothing Boys Wah Pant lOc Boys Linen Suits saline collar lion ble twsted large pearl button worth 115 only 75c Boys Linen Boats well main only 35c Boy Imitation Vest Suits In wish goals for 4Sc vcn Linen Pants ISc Menn Llnon Ruhr 2 Mens Black Worstwl Pants 03c A big line of the 8260 Pants left to co aN1SS- Remember we nre sole distributer of tho celebrated DulcliMi Trouser The beat Pants In the world Shoes Ladle IdncV Oxfonl only 39c A mil Drive 100 pain Ladle vesting top Tan Oxfords Soc Ladle lace turned sole shoes black or tan worth W onlyel OSrMens Tan Rho worth 160 only OSc renlI Plow Shoe ai low an 73o Store Notions Furnishings 3 8 ool8 Machine Thread lUc Utinchw Finishing Braid 5c Big Drive JO dozen Ladle fan blnck genmloM hoeo 6c Mens Grey Cotton HOM 0 pair for 26c 20 Dozen Tan half host incrcorlzcl and high colored heels and too worth 25c seeds this week 16c nil DHvo Ladles Ribbed Vests 3 for lOc Mens fancy Hulbrlgsnn Underwear worth II only ISo per suit Mens Negligee Shirti collar anti QuIT attached 35c- Menf t Silk Ilowm Shirt worth SI ape dial this week Soc lug nrlvu Mens fast Madras Shirts two collars worth 76o only4ac Mans Rood work Shirts 3 for Hoys Shirt Waists lye One lot Mens 25o Suspenders will be I closcdout for 15c Ladies ReadyTo Wear Garments One lot of Percale Shirt WaUis plain and tucked detachable collars worth 75c bit week 4Se t Linen Skirts braided In white apron olleota worth POe for Soc Blue Duck Skirts trimmed in wblteionlytOSoLadlcVCraih fU and Colors only OOc goforPeroallne Underskirt In good bright colors worth 75c this week ISc In Millinery ylen9 and Boys Beta sad ftp CWqioJi MmilnRn Ki Illind anJIllriCl I Louisville S LINGER BROS PRORS T D RANEY MQR iltntoal Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Ncwarlc New JerseytORGANIZED 1840 Assets GOlin7177S Liabilities ltS1070721- Surplus 502500322 The Ilest Policy The Kelt spplicaticetionR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky tftTlleferences Our Policy Holders UK LINE O- FCLCFiUN4GFor Men IJoand Children e1ODD PANTS H SPECIALTY IW See our Line of Custom Made Pant at ti60 to 1425 per pair W E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky MENPATETLEATHEWe SH s 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 DanvilleIThe Leading Shoe and Furninhlng House of Danvil e THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KYThis Is now the most up to date Gallery In Central Kentucky having been reo opticalscienceTHESE LENSES FLATTERJu- st received large stock of the very JVJouJdingsPatternsable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate pnlatinge suitableqelicato Wewill124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky CollegeCOMMENCEMENT Tuesday May 29th nt 8 r u Tho Art Reception at tile College Sunday June 3rd nt 1045 AM The Anniversary Sermon by the Rev J n Say age of DinvIHo at the the Baptist Church Wednesday Juno Oth at 81 it The Annual Concert at the Opera House RUyals THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE i 1900 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER i n TUB boat material combined with euro skill and accuracyIneur good c uu No over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Mil UtcUAUO Uinil left Wednesday td visit relative In Todd county OUR friend G S Durham of Mid dtoburg bus a bouncing baby at bl s homo MIss SCI UGnVIR of Garrard arrived Tuesday to visit Mr and Mr J r 0 hays Mlts SARAH MOIL LWAIN and Mrs Nary Coohrnn wont to llarrodnburg Tuesday MIC AND Mus J THOMAS CHERRY of Urodbead passed down to Loultvlllo Vcdnciday MRS UKLLK CLAUNOIII of the Way nctburg section li very low of cancer and measles MRS NANCY J DAVIS of Casey U at Joseph Price Infirmary having her iyei treated Musi AM fa D B KINO and J O t McAllitcr of foreland were guests of Mrs Peter Straub Sr Mil GEoitai u ENULEMAX and daughter MUs Annie Dronaugh En filctcan arc In Louisville MISSES ILA IIOLDAM and Mattie Ueazlcy of Crab Orchard canto up t the art reception at the college MR PBYTON PAUUOT wife and handsome baby of Lexington spent several days with relatives bore JUDGE W U CARSON s visiting hl daughters Mm S P Sugg In Shelby and Mrs J E Porlman In Louisville C B ENOLRMAN of Paint Lick wa down Wednesday for his daughter Miss Mary Clark who has been here t treatmentMusJ BAUOIIMAN aDd MIaI 1 Sarah lUughman attended the enter tainment given by Mr and Mrs D W Dunn at Danville MR AND Silts S M ALLUS of Mil lersburg came over to see Miss Suean 5Fishercould be expected MR AND Mus URN HAKDIS gav aI delightful dinner In honor of Mr and Mrs Joe L Ilardln of Chattanooga Wayne Co Itooord MIL AND MRS A A McKlNVBV were up from Danvllla Vednaadi- tThe former has gained SO pounds sle ho moved to Little Britain MIss LUCaLR MUNKTHK who hat been teaching at Cedar Springs S C Is at HondertonriUa 0 quite fllukj She went there for a rest e JOHN K SHAHIH of U burly QUme- tll Tuesday for James c6wden who ha been greatly benefited b treatment catarrh at Joseph Prlae InUrlnarI Ins UlClIAUD Coil II IlOCKKK Of Stanford after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Mark Phelps has returned homo Richmond Cli maxDR AND MRS J K VANARSDALE went to Lexington Tuesday to attend commencement at Hamilton Female College where their daughter Miss Alvlra will graduate MRS M C WILLIAMS and children left yesterday for Kuteellvlllo to spend a month with he sister Mrs Samuel Hooker Mr Williams accompanied them as far as Louisville Miss MARY HUUIIARD the art teacher at Stanford Female College went to Loulsvlllu yesterday wher after a few days stay she will lean for her home at Birmingham Ala HON It c WARREN Judge J P Bailey J H Meier Oscar Huffman Tom and Albert Pence swelled the crowd In Louisville yesterday Miss Saillo Duddcrar and friend Miss Sluoky also went Miss ADA CUNNINGHAM of Casey will graduate at Georgetown Colleg- next week Misses Jessie Powell and Angle Carpenter of the West End will graduate at Caldwell College a North Mlddletdwn respectively 7Wi are Indebted to Misses Sue Whit Nellie Murphy for a hand omcly etgravcd Invitation to the com mencement exercises of Carr Burdot to College at Shormin Texas whlcn oc cur Juno th Both of the young ladies will graduate MR AND MRS J M ALVERSON M J Farris Morris Fred J Gold Shelton Sauiley and others went on the special to Louisville Wednesday morning There wasnt a passenger for No 20 which passed here 3t hours late with 10 crowded coaches Tim following wont to Louisville Tuesday to attend the reunion Judge M C Saufley Cot W G Welch G vV DoBord G S Carpenter J H Miller J H Tucker George B and Caswoil Sauiley and Foster B McAlls tot Miss Mattlo Paxton Fannie Shanks and Lucy Simpson Mcsdames J U Carpenter and J M mack AFTER four yeltll of hard study a GlendaleO Femalo College Miss Mel lie Hopper of Uus onvillo is about to finish a heavy course receiving second honors In a largo class and the young- Est of them She has always been a fine student leading her class and win ning three medals at her borne schools Besides she IB a gifted musician to which she will devote her entire time niter resting a year Tim following persons took Wednesdays train for Louisville Judge JW Alcorn and wife and Miss Kate Alcorn J C Hays and wife W P Walton and wife L L Doty and wife Mesdames J L Goode and IL C NunnelleyMles es Savannah and Cynthia Deck Messrs J W and J A Givens G A Lackey Wm Daugherty JA Allen W P Grimes W M and SM Ma theoy T L Shelton and A P Fondle tan 1 i IDu AND MRS J B OW8LKY are back from Lou Isylllo ED DUDDEKAR of Birmingham Ala Is with his horaefolks MISSES SALLIE AND ADA SHELTON are enjoying the reunionIMlfvS DOILIK been visiting Mrs B D DR E J BROWN CarterIcounty yesterday to see a C C CARSON has a osltlon In Ceo sus Supervisor John Brlghts ofllco MR J M COFTKY went down this morning to see the windup of the Con federate reunion MRS R W HOCKBR and Mr W S Hooker arrived yesterday from Kansas City to visit relatives MUSBRB J S OWSLEY SR J H Carter and U Itowan Saufley wont to Louisville on yesterdays noon train Missus DORA AND OATHBRINR BAUailMAN aro at homo MadUoa Female Institute having closed for the yearIT was absolutely Impossible to ge the names of all who wont to the reun ion from hero It looked like the entire population wontITHE editor and most ot his forewent to Loulsvlllo but returned this morning In time to help those who didnt go to got the paper out MESSRS J D PAXTON J S leek er Preston and John Deck Bowen and Lawrence VanArsdnle Ed Halo and Mrs Anna D anArdale went to Loulsvlllo this morning LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work ILOT of nice carpets at Bcazloy k Hays UWANTA Coal 011 Cook sujve See Warren Snanke sTUE St Asaph Hotel oHlce Is being treated to paper and paint TAKE your clocks and jo- e work to Embrv Engleman FOR SALE Second hand wagon scales J H Banghman Co DONT miss acttl those Bargain Percales at Severance fc Sons Monday the merchants will close their stores at 7 P FOR SALB Tw5 fresh Jersey cow good milkers Box 101 Stanford FRBRH supply of Wlilte Star Coffee always on hoed at Gn PurrlsCos TUB lsTBKioR JOURNAL S3 eel uuins twice n week only 81 per year ottern ing of slippers and shots Sevoraneo t Son ft PKOH Jn lolt school Oil the hill will elope a uoceiifal earI thin afternoon JONES gives his Cat Prlee Salt this IIIIthe time to boy UtVR SV12 OBannon yovror del for out flowers basket or plants for commencement DBXTKIIBALGOUM caught a fish weighing lit pounds pear blind bridge In Dlx river yesterday RPaI thelairmeeting at James Fryes store In Hustonvllle at 130 tomorrow Saturday afternoon COXMBNOBMENT week commences Sunday with a sermon to the graduates by Dr J R Savage at the Baptist cnurch- t THE sale of peraanally hegl 2IPleasIants THE Carlisle Mercury Paris News Monticello Record Lancaster Recur and other papers have our thanks In a csistlng us to sell our presses UTHE special this morning to Louis oaagone before who Intended to do so fromImorn Ing but It left there empty The regu lar train had four crowded coaches THE Advocate says that Harding s Relbm of that city beat and Cincinnati firms In the Loul8lIeI grand Steck piano to Dr lay of this place Tit young Ladles Missionary Socie ty of the Presbyterian church vll servo refreshments In Ovvsleyd hall June 0 Doors open PM Admission 23 cents Come everybody- A LAWYER In Atlanta has been In dieted by tho grand jury for barra try1 There are several lawyers In this section that might be similarly treated and given the full extent of the law Reclordwife of John B Myers formerly o wasta woman daughter survives with the father THE ladles of thow C T U at Moreland will give an Ice cream sup per at George W Hunns new store room there on Thursday evening next 7th Admission 23c Goand help a good cause A good time Is promised SHIPPING CREAM Von Stover tho dairymen send 20 gallonsI of pure cream to Loulsvlllo every morning on No 10 In order to catch bllI train they leave home at 130 oclock InI the morning necessitating consider able loss of KILLED Bunk JeRrles a Casey county teamster was killed near Kldds Store the other day by his wagon haulingfalling andloft PATENT Leather strap slippers at Cummins McClarys ICE CHESTS refrigerators Ac at Higgins McKlnneys PRESCRIPTIONS promptly andaccu filled at Craig fe Hookers Irately your potatoes by buying bug which kills W B McRoberts 1POINr loco handkerchief lost at Christian church Sunday This olllce AQHNT J S RICE sold130 round- trip tickets to Louisville since Monday THOSB wishing to take violin lessons will please apply to Miss Isabella Bal ley CHRISTIAN COLLBOR at Iiustonvillo closed a successful term yesterday There wore no graduates FOR SALE PRIVATELY My resl denco and store house the latter oceu WtHaydcn MAX little son of Jacob GInsburg was bitten by a dOll Wednesday and madIstone BESIDES four other of the largest lOre insurance companies I represent the Continental Lincoln Boyle and Casey R B Mahony ofllce on Lan caster street Stanford Telephone 82 MR W H TRAAYL Wile us that be hope to make over 2000 barrels of whisky this year which will be at least 600 barrels short of isle orders Edge wood liquor grows more popular dally DONT miss the fealty to go to Cincinnati Low rate excursions are run every other Sunday via Queen Crescent Route Next date is Sunday Juno 3d Special trains Excellent Ser IJvice and schedules TONIOUTTbo e favoring the lth of July celebration and members of all the committees are requested to meet at the courthouse at 730 tonight Im enfant business is to be attended to dont tall to be there OFF of less than f of an acre of ground Dr E M Estcs of McKinney had sold up to Wednesday of strawberries at 12 and the Reason f not near over The doctor has made strawberry raising a etude and be hat been wonderfully successful WHATS matter with Taylor and Plnleys moving their headquarters to Barbourvllle from Indianapolis A couple of the formers pardons would fix things alt right with County Judge Wyatt and it would be about as good a place to work Insurance And tOt they would be much closer to Tay lors favorite town he tried to make the State capital SIOHT ALMOST GONB Sheriff S M Owens Is In a very bad Ox He had his bad eye operated upon and It affect ed the Other so greatly that for two weeks bo was nearly blind suffering agonies the while Ho had to stay In u dark room and only this week was able to go out He can hardly see bow to walk and can not recognize a man ten feet away The doctor says bo will re cover his eight but Mr Owens Is very low spirited and tears the worse MIRACULOUS ESCAPE FROM DEATH While our last paper was being printed news came to town of a tern ble accident that had befallen two well known ladles A reporter hurried to 1tbe scene three miles away to find the a bound freight train had strut lobe phaeton In which were Mrs Annie Engleman and Miss Sue Woods but though they were badly Injured ha escaped with their lives A full repor of the accident appeared In a portion of our Tuesdays edition It appears that the ladles did not bear the train which was hid by a bluff and the wind ImallineIIon IIto see a huge engine In a few feet o them and the horse paralyzed with feu refusing to move Too late to make even an attempt to stop the ponderous machine the englscer had no alterna tive but to crash Into the vehicle and throw ltd occupants almost to certain downIprobably made by the barbed wire fence bled profusely and made her people fear the worst 1Olrd Engleman was thrown to the left thoughucldenl occurring In sight of Mr E P Woods bouse at his very dangerous crossing a Negro man In the yard gave the alarm and the family wont at once to the scene Tho ladles were taken homo at once and Drs Cook Peyton ajid Reid summoned They sewed up the ugly gash In Miss Sues head which also showed a severe con fusion No signs of a fracture appear rOd however and the pretty patient was con resting easy The phaeton was reduced to splinters and the bun dle of clothing the ladles bad torn all to pieces Miss Sues watch was found on the pilot of the engine which had stopped as soon as it could on the heavy down grade Tbo horse escaped Injury except a few scratches ho hay ing cleared the track It was the closest kind of a call from Instanideaih and friends of the ladles thank a mer ciful Providence that It was no worse Engineer John Boskln who was running extra on the local which struck the phaeton was greatly overcome when he saw the result of the accident and cried like a child He thought both ladies were killed and seemed greatly relieved when be found out they were not and on being assured by Mr Woods that he did not blame him for It Miss Woods Is doing splendidly and noaerioui results aro poW anticipated j Baking if Powder Economy vfe The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have always declined to produce a cheap baking powder at the sacrifice of quality The Royal is made from the most highly refined and wholesome ingredients and is the embodiment of all the excellence possible to be attained in the highest class baking powderRoyal Baking Powder costs only a fair price and is cheaper at its price than any similar article rSamples of mixtures made in imitation of baking powders but containing alum are frequently dis tributed from to door or given away in dangeroussby law Alum is a corrosive poison and all physicians condemn baking powders containing it BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK It has voiced every day and heavily since Wednesday and the clouds aro Sllll leaking this morning FOR buggy and wagon tires rime ant spokes barbed and smooth wire at aloes at rook bottom prices go to Hill k flecks RAILROAD men eavmuch largo crowd Is attending the Confederate re union In Louisville than did the G A R meeting in 1805 So farwe are glad to say not a dingle accident hat happened THE Knights of Pythias elected the following otllcers last night Dr W B OBannon C C B F Rout V C George Aiktn P Ernest Warren M at A Barnes Wearen K of R and S Ed Wilkinson M of W J S Rice J E Cummins and W H Wearer representatives pak led by Elijah Baughman and the Rev town band marched to the cemetery thetgraves seven Some CO or 75 small boys cnrrylrg tinge marched in the procession ITUE art display at college Tues day evening was admired by a largo invitatinr p a 0f the pictures made by the pupils were not there owing to the absence of the young ladles who did not furnish them the display took two largo rooms and was creditable alike to teacher and pupil Among those who are worthy worAk Menefee who exhibited tapestry paint ings and copes of still life Charlotte Warren also copies of still life and a hart quenching Its thirst In the water brook Mattlo Bcazley lowers Katie Warren Anna Cook Cloe Smith Baughman and Mrs M J Martin and Robert Sauiley Display of pink and white roses In oil by Miss Hubbnrd was the work of a real artist In uddt lion to enjoying the exhibition the via tlors were treated to some excellent music audall wont away highly pleased The farm of Sam Rout containing 52 acres the old Wm Powell home stead was sold at Liberty under bankrupt proceedings to Geo Wm Frye for 81820 The estate will pay 30 cents pro rata to the creditors Mrs Cadell a deserted wife was killed by her husbands paramour at BirminghamOur for April were 810000 11000 worth of manufactures breaking IIall former record- sST1lAYED OR STOLEN Strayed or stolen from the John D Oar water piece near Hustonvllle Ky on last Wednesday night u Yearling Steer that will weigh about pounds Ho N red In color JAS L VANTIS- IIiHtouvllle Ky PBtTITT BEOS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE SfORL LAND KV- Qilck and tffidtot attention Jo Iturlalt eltfint ofCntHnrCakebItolrae ri hand Prices right MULES FOR SALE Inlr of Rood Work Mule for sale Five gentleApply Js Wt PARKHILL MeDe HOMEOPATHIC PE7S10IAN Dr Purkhlll has had In the general practice of medicine and otters ms service to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic case o polite Court House OnlenIIOUM Produce And Junk Wanted Highest Cash Prices paid for Seruu Irvin torGinseng IIIdWoolfur per hundred Highest cast price for nuns Copper Vc OficItndshop two tiring In yourProduce and get our prices STANFORD IUODLCRCO J Gold and J lllckoff OLD MOCK WHISKY George D Wcathorford leas a contract for FtiLt CoMiiot SALE of Old Mock tl Ids ky In Hustouvllle By I H 0 MOCK Danville Ky W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky teeth Extracted Without Pat With Vltalltrd Air Physician In attena auce Office lu the New Thompson Building i7 PENNYS D1UG STORE j DrugsBooks Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky i ur CULTIVAQT LS q 4 m We sell the Moline Brown New Departure f Cultivators tSf Also One Hurse Fire Tootb Cultivators II you need a Cultivator tee u M Higgins McKiimey Patent Leather S oesa Full Dress Shirts Stylish Collarsh New Neckwear Dressy Goods I I i For PeopletID CUMrmKNS lk je LABY 1 SHIRT 1 WEEK Another shoeing for the men iu our great CUT PRICEi SALE i This week we offer cur entire line Shirts are the most approved styles and best moles known We harjp bem in F MADRAS 4 tJ z PERCALES i CHEVIOTS LINENS PIQUES 4 AND SILKSt 75 All offered this week for lees than It cot to put htm in the tupuse Remember the IsaleU for ope week onlr r i JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad i French Organdies t f OrgandiesAIl Dotted Swisses Persian Lawns I Val Laces and Insertions In Match Goods Yoking WHITE KID GLOVES Patent Leather Shoes Slippers aud everything for Commencement Dre- ssedSEVERANCE t A SONS Opposite Court House Four FastTrains TOa Toledo DetroitjAND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS tatm 4 ilia every wcekchy 3 traIN M SwUby Pullman and Wagacr Sleeper on night trains Ve tlbul 4 parlor Can on day trains t tHE INTE1ORJULJRNA1 J JJWcml n the fottoffice at Stanford at ftoonr1c1flmatin pubUaho4Uoi ncSr u 1 PER YEAR CASH WileD opiid 31300 will U charged KNOXVILLE VISION North l1 Al24 Train going Ii2 a lJ HHH u l South iH128J k 2JII K 52 ForUhIIti m KENTUCKY CENTRAL4 DIVISION So 2J Arrrlve al8tBterdat 1OS Ke il Leavei SWBford at 210 L 01 Arrives at Rowland at 1100 DAT c No 21 Leaves Stanford at 230 r QUEEN Ie CRESCENT Train olng South paN JiTnctlon City No onotItOp No3 ll50r Nail 1122 AM No 9 6flt P Golf South No 2 doMBt top No 4 3 48 20 a 1201 u OJO FRANKFORTANDCINCIUNATI Tralni leave FranVtort 1080 AM 840 r v Phd I r K conrectlBgat lleoiyetown with theQ A C leave rarl at and 540 r reaching Frankfort fter connecting with Q AC Iralna at 1120 Li M71tI P andOIS Th Utltr irVIn leatr for O wre toirn at 15 p 4 t JRnWTONUlA It SOUTHERN RfllLWAY ON KENTUCKY i ConitOHl Sciiidlit la tfftet to liDO KASTBOUKD No L No 6 No 3 tv LoulKVillc 745am 400pm 74ipm Ar Shelvyrlll 910am 3pni 9Wr Ar Laur 9Mlam 62 pm 1Ipm AT Vcrs 1IIes laifami UTprn 1001pm AT Lexl aml 715pm Iotlm WMTIUND N Ro Ttv Lexlnetoa t 7 Jarn 435pm MVim Ar el8llIIe 1 535am Ar Lreebg 8 rraID Ar ShflBTTllleu mlrOpm 30am Ar Lounrllle 7Mara WISTBOUMX ICASTBOUXD ILSTATION Na 12Na 400pm 74tam Louttvil Ar 740p n m40um flSSpm tOOOam Lv LarnebriAr 630pm MOata 715pm lo4lam Ar UarodlblLV440PIDI 730am 790pm loMouB Ar 710am KASTBOUKD WESTBODNU is tNoSTATJON tNOGS iirpm647pa WilBata Lr Vcralles Ar 7Mam 5ftpi TlOpm IIOsnAr Midway Lv l3Jam 14lpi 740pm II b Ar Ucorgin Lv 7flam 3opi KA8TBOUMP WtSTIIOUNI- ltNo llTNa 51 STATIONR fSa 6tNo = 74oam 400pm Lv Ixjulirll Ar ia4iiom 74tipm pmtIHurralUSpmiSTATiosa No i No X pmoJAr Knuxvllle 7 JOpm 74S am Ar llupm Ar hUam LV Ar beYlilft1llI3m ISMra nJ Ar A llSOara PIDArEvtfinttanoojra ii4um 1amlll30pll1lor Na 3 thrpuch sp1n car Loulsyllle to fir mlncliam via Lczlueton and Chattanootra Na 5 frce observation ebatrcar LouUrtllo to Lexington Jfa 0 free oBMryixtloa chair rar Lexington to LoulnllJeIBurcin dally- Between Verallle and Georgetown Nos II and Udally Npte7andoed llyeiccptSund r Between Veraalllef Nlcbolaaville Rich Blond ancHJrvIno dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally OANONI4 VPOM J M CtJLPT M WashUfftoa D a Washington DO- WATCRKOrA VMUTATLOEAa A WasbUgtoD D C IxjuUvllle Kit I I Half Rates to- Cincinnati JulyIO1112 bbattanoogaRoute from all South to Cincinnati ind return one fare for the round trip on LbeditM named The reduced rate are on account cf an nual conrentlun 3YPU1 lItfrallWrlllItltlOD roll shorter than any other line from Chattanooga Atlanta ant the South Iti arliedule are the qukkeit Its train wrrlre U laiuoiu with trarelrn n n where as the nt lrtri Iu tIe South W C lUonrxont O IA Cincinnati or U L Mtt hell VI A Chat boos will be glad to sf01 you free printed matter or tber formation LOVX3ViLLE f TO f CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un lon StHtien lOtb and Broadway J Passengen t1eaIrInInformatfon aru rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Mebnuki and points in the farWest including Val iforala hould address AgttPass A p WHMcriael Vice trn Gen Mnt Chresfl Hook well Traffic Vn rr Mulhall hu undertaken to cal culate the energy or working power oZtlicpeoplcoithlOar I Production lie reduces thee e things to foottons a footton being n power sufficient to raUe one ton one foot In a day and in this calculation he finds that in 1840 the energy of th people of the United States was repre Bentod by 17316000 foottons dally or 1020 foottonsper inhabitant in 1860 30005000 foottons or 1240 foottons per Inhabitant nod in 1893 123700000 foottons 1830 foottons per inhabit IDnnt This shoAvs says lion Carroll DI IDWright in Guntons Magazine that the collective power of our population has more than trcblcdslnco 1860 power having multiplied flTe steamI the 35 years of his calculation strength being shown in horse power of steam in 1895 in cluding fixed engines locomotives and engines used on steamboats at 16940 000 or 240 hors power per 1000 of the population Two hundred nnd forty horse power represents the energy men1452 supplemental to each 1000 According to Mr Mulhall this energ is more than double the European average so that it may be sold that 70000000 of Americans represent ns much working power as 150000000 Europeans ofI A strange story cornea from Lodi a little town a few miles outbide of 1as sale N J One A Canine nIght the family of Abiinctor Joseph Buena heard their watchdog barking lustily at the front door One of the family went out to Investigate and found the animal a St Bernard standing at then door with a bundle between his teeth The dog seemed anxious to bring it into the house and was allowed to do ifO The family were surprised to see form of a yearold girl roll out of the bundle It had been wrapped In a shawl The little one was alive and the Burns family at once took care of it The authorities were notified and the family took steps to learn where the child came from and to whom it belonged An hour Inter a resident in the name street rushed breathlessly into the Burns home anti asked if they girlulwhom their dog had brought home anti the frantic mother Identified it IDB hers In explanation she said fho had left the child on tbo kitchen floor while she was preparing supper It is supposed that thc dog which often visit the neighbors homes picked the baby from the floor and carried it off Ther is a reason why the South African war now in its seventh month still trebly thundering swells the gale says the Youths Companion Briton and Doer are true cousins geT man i they have in their blood the same Teutonic germcells They show the same capacity for resistance arid en durance the same steadiness and coolInenwhich made Nelson resolve that the enemy should never know that he could feelsorrow In defeat or joy in Tic tory Brunswick Me a town of about 7000 inhabitants is probably the first municipality in this country to under take forest planting on a large scale The town owns a tract of about 1000 acres of what once was pine land At a recent meeting ofthe council 100 was appropriated to improve this land by planting it in white pine Seed will be purchased and a nursery established to raise young trees At the proper age these will be transplanted in rows und set in the positions they will finally occupy New York city has a large colony of lent mutes who are not cut off from the Usual atniu iof life because of their affliction A theatrical mana ger was surprised last week by requests for 20 seat for a theater party which was to be made up entirely of deaf mutes The play was a lively melodrama nnd any person with good eye sightmlght readily follow its plot from the action on the stage without hear lug a wordIA few days ago a flock of crows tried to eat a Kalamazoo Mich farmer and now millipns of locusts settle lown upon one of the townships as though it were n part of ancient Egypt They made a meal of pretty much everything except barbed wire fences left their dead unburied and took a beeline for Indiana Statistics being gathered by the hoard of health of Xew York indicate that 3000 more deaths from influenza have occurred during the grip epidem ic prevalent since February than dur ing the corrtHpondlng period of last jcar front the same cause An Ohio telegraph operator nga33 years has tired of his occupation and decided Jo go into domestic service for u change To thatend he has inserted an advertisement in a Chicago paper for it position ns a domestic for one year Balloon ascensions will be daily events in Paris during the exposition Visitors will probably hnve to go up in a balloon to pay their bills A THOUSAND TONGUES Could not expmi the of Annie E Springer of 1123 Howard St ihlladelpbU Ja ibe found that Dr Klotz a Xew Olwovery orConiumpllon had completely cured her or a Iaeklogcough that for iuany years had made life I SIrehrcoon removed the pain in my cheat and I can now lerptoundly I can acutely remember doing before I fee like founding Its pratm Ihruurfhoni the lnlven So will everyone whoiInc Sir KloziNew DlKovtry fur any trouble the Throat hfjlt or Lungs Price Mc and lloo ererTb1The Allen cousty school ceasua e ehow ttbout 6000 tyhitea 0115900 Ir t LJ i IItWM Beuaa 1 hut a train held uplast night reo marked young Larimer 0 tell me about it replied Miss Cora Were you frightened Oh no You see it was only Mrs itITlggini holding it up wIllie she passed an obstruction Harlem Life Tnklnic All the Crt lilt 11IJu JonesIt seems to me that all men are married Mrs Brown Wetlt1enr they werent always so nice you know amJIj NIgiitflcnt iWife who is without n glrlWh of this kitchen Is bitte What causes it IIusbamlwho line been trying to get brealfnst11In0 Just burnt my fingers K Y Weekly Jut Like ilia Father Mr Higgina Tommy when you get to be the head of a family what will you say to your sons Tommy higgins thoughtfully 1 will tell them how good I was when I 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