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Digital page images are linked to the text file. in o thr s r r 4 SEMI r WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftfc i VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 15 1900 9 A M H030 NEWS OF THE VICINAGE John 0 Miller of Richmond II dead NolanGayUtbllibcd Pleas Hardy the Knox county con- Ic pardoned by Oov Deckbam die d before be could be taken from prison A shot was tired through tbo window of thodcpotntNlcbolagvllle atthcv operator H II Webb by an unknown ustaisln but It failed of Its mark At Nlcholanvlllc Eliza Clarke tho Negro woman who shot and killed ber I rival Minnie West March 18 was ten ponhontMr J B Skinner of Lcxlngtonba leased the Kentucky Classical am Buslncttt College nt North Middle town lately In charge of Prof M 0 Iboinnn William OoDtiik shot and Instantl killed his cousin James DeHusk on Red Bird creek In Holt county Tbe trouble arose over a dispute In brand tog aw logs Both men arc Tennes- MCUDf Harrison Bolyard colored was ar retted at Sliver Creek by Deputy Un ted States Marshal W T Short churn ed with breaking Into the poetofllco at that place Ho was taken to Mt Vor nonAllan W Gulllon of Carrollton won thu first prize In tbo annual gold med al oratorical oontcct between the liter ary societies of Centre College The second medal went to Harry A Shaw of Louisville Bishop and Lyons wbo murdered thu aoknown tramp and W T McQuery who arrested them nour Cpvlngton wore taken to Louisville to keep then Irvin being lynched McQuory was a native of Garrard county The PlncvlllB waterworks bull eight scan ago was told ucder a judg wont In the Bell circuit court for St InIcrvolr and furnUh water to PinevlUi and all the mining towns near Plna vlllr Kingsrille Lincoln county C nsus taker Mack Walls has beet very much in evidence tbo lat fet Jays A Mr GcwhOrn of Martlnsvllle Ind Is here to Mart n Urge saw mill U will have his partner Mr John Young of Highland Miss little Smith of McKlsnoy wai the guest of friends hero Sunday Mr Ida Williams of Kubaoks after a pleas ant visit to relatives here returned homo Tuesday accompanied by her little too Lawrence Dr Joe McCarty alter a pleasant visit to relatives re turned to Uarrodsburg but will return Sere shortly on a professional visit- Ed McCarty and Tutco Waters attend ed the basket meeting at O K Sunday and report a delightful time Mr and Mrs W L McCartys little son Mike ama very near being choked to death by getting a match In his throat Rev Stamper of Georgetown tilled bis reg ular appointment al Pleasant Point Baptist church last Sunday morning and evening A great many from hero attended J R Cundlff our popular station agent left Tuesday for an ab lence of two weeks during which time he Is to be married to Miss Ella B Wright of Stanford Mack William of Braunon Is Oiling the formers place E MC CHURCHES AND PRfAtHERS The College of the Bible at Lexing ton graduated 24 young men who will become preachers Irof J E Harry of Georgetown College will not be there next year but will be protestor of Greek in the University of Cincinnati Alex Riley ot Grand IlapIdeMlch ate broken glass when bis little daugh ter joined the Method 1st cburcb against his will He was a hot Baptist Tbe protracted meeting at West Point beld by Ira M Boswell of Me ridian closed last Sunday night with 10 accession nine baptisms and one from the Baptists Christian Guide Rev W M Kuykendall has been Called to the bedside of his mother Mrs Gov Leslie of Montana She has been critically tor some tlmo and it seems the end It near She Is 70 years old Tbo Womens Foreign Missionary Society of the M E church South beld its 22d annual meeting ut Lexington this week und elected Miss Belle H Bennett Hlchrobnd president Mrs G N Butllngton Covlnglon vice ores ident Mrs A M OJen Winchester corresponding secretary and State or canlzer Mrs Stephen Noun Nicholas vllle treasurer Mrs W A Sears Nicboloovllle auditor Mrs Laural McGill was elected Secretary of tbe Danville district WANTED LWe want a few more goon ullent of either sex to take order good wanes permanent position exclusive territory Addrew Box 134 Danville Ky THAT THnOBBIHG HEADACHE Would ulrkiy learn if ou med Dr Klnji New Life ThouqllbnfIlInren hue prow nt their niatclilrM in rU for blck and Nrrroiti llradacbe They mike ire lilool and Wog- nente and build up your health Prey tu lakf tkeiu Duly zs cents looey lack not ured Srld by fanny UruUtet MisS CARPENTERUISS InS GRIFFINBLTTIS MISS SALLEE 11s NEVIRItP MISS ROnERTSI LANCASTER Dr W N Bush has returned from the Stanford IcUrmary much Improv ed Missrs J M Duncan and George Smith Jr have gone to Rock Castli SpringsSeveral democrats have gone to Lou- Isville and several republicans to Philadelphia partly for tbe purpose of making nomination but principally to abuse each otheri- NTKiuolt JouitVALS are so much In dtfmand here that they are callea oral the news stands I beard a young man ask for a Courier Journal and an Is TEKIOK JODIlNAt and when be failed to get the latter be left with a frown of dissatisfactionMr Is here surveying for tbo erection of water works The people are delighted to sea this our city only needs three tiring to be the mot inviting city In the State Water work the extension of tbe Southern railroad and especially more chrls tlanlty tbe latter being needed more than both the fiat named The name ot Hon R H Torallnsoi was mentioned late as candidate for the democratic nomination for governor but no telling what will happen Garrard has furnished several govern on and has plenty of timber left If he should announce hU career In Important places of public trust U a guitran tee that he would discharge his duties faithfully If he should be nominated and elected Commander Maj L M Drye of the G A R Encampment has appointed a com tto composed of Messrs John Barr A L Drown M Minion D R Carr and VIHIam Herndoo to Me morialize Congress wlio u view to bav tbeia cation was received from a large number of Influential citizens of Perryvllle and vicinity asking the encampment to take action on thin matter Tbe com mtiolcalloo was referred to MHJ Drye Judge Carr and Capt Herndon who reported a resolution favoring tbe movement which was unanllTlouly aDd enthusiastically adopted In accordance with said resolution the above named commlueu vu iutmed On reo STHE SIXTH Annual Elocutionary Contest OF YOUNG LADIES WILL OCCUR IN Loftons pcra louse yui c 22 1900 U R HUGHES CHAIRMA- NPROGRAMME P Music- I Miss Marie Griffin Lexington Business College Subject Little Golden Curls Usher W O WalkerMusic 2 Miss Pearl Bettls Lancaster Subject The Yankees Courtship u Usher J H McAlister Jr Music 3 Mess Sidle J Baug roar Richmond Subject Where is AnnetteUihar Dr R A Jones Music 4 Mhw Lellle Roberts Danville Subject Usher Pearson Miller Music 5 Miss Mary L Deveraup Wlncboster Mrs Brocks class Subject Mad MOB Usher Hartwoll cket Music 6 Miss pejly TraylorvStanrprB Subject Naughty Zell Usher Bryant CarpelterI7 Miss Mary Kay Sallee Harrodsburg Music Subject The Con vlcts Soliloquy Usher J W Rout Jr 8 Miss Julia Carpenter Mlllersburg Music Subject How tbeILa Rue Stakes Were Lost Usher Bowen VanArsdale Points Irj Decision Artlculatloo 2 Pronurjclatlon 3 Grace and Ease of Gesture 4 Voice 5 Conception of Piece 6 Dramatic Effect First Prize Set of Sliver Candelabra 25 Second Prize Silver Water Set 10 Seats now on sale at McRoberts Drug Store BEAZLEY 0 MENEFEE Managers N BMrs W B O Bannon will furnish all kinds of Cut Flowers suitable for everybody B ft M celpt of ofllclal notice letters were written and communication opened with tbe citizens of Perryvllle for the organization of the committee asking that the citizens of Perryvllle and vi cinity organize a bureau ot information and to assist in the work Tbe committee will go to work at once getting up needed Information and data nnd It Is expected that they will visit that far moos battle field soon They expect to have their memorial accompanied all the fact and Information necessary ready to present to Congress at Its session commencing In December next Capt Herndon put the matter on foot and It la believed that the park will be establishedSquire bas ditched 23 miles of turnpike with tjie steam plow at 115 per mile nod It U well done Tbe same work by hand would have cost over 81000 Miss Oonzellu hums of Selma Alabama U tbe guest of Mlases Julia May and Nannie Gaines Lawson t Fox and Sweeney Morgan shipped several car loads of lambs to Clnctnatl this week We have bad an abundance of rain acd all crops are looking exceedingly well with prospects for an abundance of fruit My friend Butler Engleman has my thanks for a fine clay pipe to which I only object because It bears the Initials of his bo om friend W S Taylor- A warrant has been Issued for the arrest of RusselT Holdman charging him with an attempt to commit an as sault on Mrs Wells near Flat Woods He was arrested but the facts in the case are not known Trial this week The announcement that the Louis vlllo Commercial Club recommended that the merchants of that city assist us In paying for this rlght of way for tbe Southern railroad through this county U encouraging and It should in duce our people to subscribe all they can for tbe much needed enterprise ft Grays great show will ox 1Sel1 here Wednesday June 27 It has everything of a tlret class circus and animal show being excellent In every performance Tbe press In many States favorable mention of- it Tbe rough riders the pick of tbe U S Navy will be one of the attract- Ive features There Is a strong feeling hero to turn the Philippines over to tbe color ed people and send them there This would be for the good of society and stop tbe heavy expense of maintaining tbe islands which are no more ours than are tbe spots on the sun and we have lets use for them The truth is they are nothing but a dead fall Invit ing trouble with foreign powers and the war was only waged for humanitys sake and not for tbe purpose of acquir log territory rMT VERNON Sells Grays circus will show hereon the 23tb- Xonlntercummunlcabllity nearly exhausts the alphabet- E K Wilson who was given Qe years has appealed his case Shlveleys stave works are working on a large scale at Munlersville The Royal Arch Masons organized chapter here last Thursday and put through 12 candidates Dave Jackson of London was with them and directed affairs Mr Burnam of Richmond also rendered valuable assistance Your reporter attended the telephone meeting at Winchester last week A majority of the strongest Independent companies of the State were represent ed and arrangements were entered Into for connecting all their exchanges by metallic circuits thereby Increasing the ettlclency of tbe service 50 per cent or more Other important questions were acted upon and altogether the independents have a bright out lookNate Welsh was over from Berea and explored the mysteries of the R A chapter here J J Lawrence Is telegraphing at Glen Mary Tenn Fritz Krueger was out at Mancheuer Judge Williams was in Richmond Jack and James Davie of Burnslde are visiting lelatlves here Samuel Short of Shelbyvllle U with his brother W r at this place W F Champ was up from Paint Lick Sunday to see ooo of our young ladles oJ C Miller has re turned to his telegraphing at Dayton Tenn J C McKee was hero from London Tuesday Judge McCluro and Miss Bessie are In Louisville C C conven1tloll M r MISS BA UGH MAN MISS TRAYLOR mencement at Danville Dr Penning ton Is in Jackson county for a coupli of daysA lady friend has our thank for the letter sent you during the ab sence of your regular 9 reporter Tbe telephone switchboard at Crab Orcnard has been moved to an up tuln room adjoining Brooks drug store J A Landrum and family are vUli log relative at Plttsburg while W B Pettus does the work at tbe depot MUs Gerte Fuquay a bundsom young lady of Mitchell Ind Is vUltln bar father who has a lumber businet Here Mr Richards the bank promoter nere and has called a meeting of sul ecrlbera of stock for 2 oclock Saturdu Ballard a darkey ws brought here on trial before Commit loner White on charge of being con nected with Blyu In the Sliver Cree post olllce robbery He was acquitted The telephone line building from Ei banks to this place nas reached Leve Green and U in working order TtE enterprise is being put through Messrs Wilder Riddle Drs Price Isaacs and others Poles are being dU talbuted between Level Green and tbi placeThere IB u deal on foot between ib owner of Pine Hill coal works and sows Southern and Indiana parties whose names we have failed to learn It said a trade has been closed and paperI are being drawn this week It la claim ed that U Is the intention of the late purchasers to erect coke ovens and di ao extensive business This property has changed hands often within tbt pastdoien years and each new purcbus or ban promised great Improvements but having failed to materialize wt will watt and see what tbo latest arrival will do before giving them an ex tended writeup A THOUSA701fGIfSS Could not exprett the rapture of Annie K Spring r ofitM llowanl St ItilladtlpblJ Iti when she found that Dr Klntfa New IIIOY fut Cunturanlon had completely turvd a haelog cough that fur many ran had undo lift burden Al olberremelleeanddrtutaruldglrr- bet no help but nut nays ol thli Royal Cure1 It nuiOTnl the in utj cheat and I ran now lleep lOuollrlOllItlblol1 tau rcrly reuKiflWi doing iKfora feel Ile wundlug lit prslee tbrouihont the Cntvrne bo will ertrroue who 11Itr KloK1 ell locotrY for any trouble of the Tbroal Cbftt or Lucc lrlre We and Ilatrial battle tree at ISnnj Drug Store even Toltleuiraat d F GOOD DRESSER LWAYS ATTRACTS ATTENTION i x By using a little judgment even the moderate salried man can dress attractively and look stylish nnd neat Drop In and let us vivo you a few pointers on hoV to dress this Spring Our Dullness is to dress people nnd to dress them perfectly frog head to foot Clothing of all sizes and qualities guaranteed to fit and well welliNegligee Shirts New Neckwear Straw Hats Low Cut Shoes j Every thing to make you look well and feel comfortable Hats Shoes FurnishingsIt Trade At THE GLOBEI Your money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohmnn ft Co fALL PAPERFor 4 Cents T- In my Store ready to hAng I have 30000 rolls of newest patterns of Wall Papo prices 4c 5c Cc 7c and 8c roll on up to the finest made We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky Yon see tbe paper matched tip Just as it will look on the wall and got It at once cheaper than any bookhouse cnn sell it A large stock of Taints and Painters Sup plies on hand and Pictures framed on short notice In latest styles A E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYN- o 306 Slain Street When You Need Paints Oils Consult 1J Craig Hocker Stanford A1C SINECO- NTRACTOR ft BUILDER STANFORD ZE2TTT70XT 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 duringthe 15 year that I have been in business here I a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressedi Lumber ath Shingles EtcII will duplicate any prices offered N11 J A ALLEN cI COf1Contractors And 33oiiders q STANFORD KYf Have now a complete stock ot Building Material Yellow Pine Flooring Celling Doors Sash Illlnds and all of Dressed und Rough Lumber Shingles and steel tooting Lo cast Posts etc We make eitlmuttii on any kind of work wanted OQlco opposite Dr L Cooks t We have the Sole Agency for the- rt IWarquaFt Range I rj- A Range with the Latest Improvements upto ilite finish a strictly hlghgrad Ilnuge at a very Lo t Price Call nudisee It I Geo H Parris Co THE RED CIRCLE PILLAss- ists the Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The Best Liver Kidney and earh8Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion OhroaicHeadacheAnd the great majority of xllmrnu caused by a Torpid Liver DOES NOT UaXTSEATE OR CaBllPB I But ads gently on the live 25 willnenrFor Sale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford KykI u TBE INTERIOR JOURNAL bSTAMFORD KY JUNE 15 I W P WALTON e For Congress RON G G GILBERT ot Shelby County THE board of trustees of lobo Reform met at Lexlngtonin annual pewlon Tuesday but transacted little business owing to tbo receipt of dispatch from Oov Deckbam askln that the election of ofllcera bo postpon ed until be could appoint the euccea tor of the four trustees who bad been appointed by Gov Bradley but whoa appointments were not confirmed by the Senate tater a dispatch from him reappolntinc Mrs Louise E YYandell and naming Mrs R P tJaodE W Bean of Lexington an Hon J Campbell Cantrtll1of George lawn In place of Mrs Frances E Jeaucbarap and Messrs William Worthington and D H Howard The appointees not being present an ad f journment was had till Juno 20 when the business of the annual meeting wfl be transacted The writer Is unac quainted with Mrs Stoll and Mr Bean but knows Mr Cantrlll and If the oth er appointments are as good as his the interests of the Important Institution rwlll be in good bands We regret bow Fever the severance of ties which bad become very pleasant to us and w thought profitable to the State as al Sad posted themselves on tbe work and lad become thoroughly interested In ft To Mrs Beauchamp especially reat credit la due for Intelligent painstaking work and to Mr Worth Infrton who as treasurer of the board as performed the onerous job with fat pay doing for nothing what it xwld cost an individual fully 850 a oath to have performed To Mr oward Is also due much praise He as treasurer for a term or two and did Is work well We part with them all Ith regret t VOCIFERATES the idiotic Louisville Commercial II When the roll Is called the democratic convention tomorow be names of such honored leaders as iucknor Brown Hardln ICnott Ow ns Adams Duke ONeill and bun reds of equal character and ability rill be missing and their places will taken by tbe Poyntzs the Yontss be Chlnne the Suters and similar peclmens of ragtag and bob tall ripe We do sot believe that all of ueae men are craven hearted traitors ut if they or any of them are the epubllcan are welcome to them heir room is better than their com any Those who have taken their laces are better citizens and truer ieu While the Idiotic Commercial talking about roll calling why pesntit note tbe possible and decld Sly probable absence of the leaders of party from its convention f When teylor is called no response will be ieard 6118 Charley Finley here Nay erily Where It Caleb Powers Yout y Culton Tallow Dick Combs not Cnott Absent on account of circum Mncea over which they have np con rol If th t swept scented set named 1 the idiotic Commercial are proud of king the places of assassination sus ecte they can do so without let or indrancc and Joy go with them GOV BUCKNER has gone abroad we pe never to come back since his last rds were a prediction founded on a ipe that Bryana vote this year will largely decreased as he will have to- ry the load of Goebellsm as by his elta to Kentucky lautyear he has InIhred that Iniquitous measure and ocrats of Other States will not kte euch Infamouslawa as are adro ed by Kentucky Gaebelites How nan who has been so signally honor by the demccracy can basely go ok on itis beyond our comprehen 1es makeup MTORNKV GENERAL TAYLOR who sat Frankfort arguing the Kentucky d Indiana boundary line said to a reI rter that Mounts action in refusing grant a requisition for Finley and lag Taylor and the other assassin ipects a safe haven was universally roved by Indiana republicans who and the fugitives aa political exiles not criminals This would do very II If all the facts and too evidence jejigt against them facts of which j Indiana republicans of any intelll ice can sot be Ignorant Their sym hy thereforewlth such cattle shows what class they are and damns tbe but in the eyes of honest people fall tbe mean uncompromising ignant creatures who Infect they politic the former democrat who deserted into the enemys camp is meanest We have bad the mlc une to talk with two turncoats this ic men too of more than average jligonce and standing and the arch Taylor could not bare ex d all of the damnable deed a of bis cbtneo as they did It was enough aloe a man blush for his kind and that men can become so hardened gamy HS lied from the Louisville Post ks volumes fur the independence thrift of the gallant old fellows nearing the end of an honorable honored existence Of tbe 1600 Vs who marched up from ppl to the reunion tfnly 15 askedII r would accept free quarters rand Arthur Goebel have got or C Campbell to write The William Goebel i a WE are in receipt of a number o f requestsIsaner and use our best endeavors to years9O0public this paper never failed to support him In his candidacy for be noml nation and after he had secured it We believe now that the governor Is the very strongest man tbe democrats could nominate and that bo could win hands down But ho Is not a candidate and wouU only accept tbe Dominations tendered him unanimously Insuchan event ho would answer the parts call and carry its banner to victory Com plications not likely to arise however whichgare for him first and last but we will very cheerfully support any of the oth eor aspirants for tbe office when It la shown by a nomination that bo is the gooto get together to t 1we shall strive to assist in ITUE court of appeals discharged the aupercedeas bond of the rcpubllca holders of lobe minor State offices and gave the democrats possession at once of the State building and offices Thi decision was made on a motion of At docketIthat tbe business of the State Is utter ly at a standstill The interest on th bonded debt is due yet cannot be paid though there Is ample money for that and for all other purposes of tbe State The decision will be received cult great delight by everybody to whom asylumls nine at great disadvantage owing t tho uncertainty pf matters aod tbe in ability to get funds The treasury doors will now be opened and long de laved salaries and other dues will be paid It Is a righteous decision and should have been made long ago Tuouati urged to grant Gov Beck hams requisition for Taylor presented by Sheriff Suter In strong sp ecbes by Col Campbell and Justus Goebel the creature who disgraces the office of governor of Indiana refused to do so and issued a lame statement defending his position which might be expressed in the words I am a republican and do not wish to see any of my brother assassins get his dues II TUB Louisville Dispatchs article on Gov McCreary Is in keeping with the low down Instincts of that meanest of tbe assassination organs No man coo nectud with tbe subsidized sheet much less the writer of the dirty flings Is worthy even to black Gov Mc Crearys boots or to perform any other menial service for him THERE are about 11000 seats in tbe Philadelphia convention hall which will be thrown open on tbe 1Jth to nom inate McKinley and adopt a platform made out by the trusts combines and other robbers of tbe people HARMONIOUS CONVENTION MCREARV AND SEVEN OTHERS ELECT ED DELEGATESATLAROE HARVEY HELM EASILY WINS OUT LOUISVILLE June 15 d A lotTho convention adjourned at midnight having elected eight Stateatlarge auieguiea us tuiiows C W Bransford Oweusboro Lewis McQuown Bowling Green J S C Blackburn Woodford N W Utley Lyons James P Greg ory Louisville James B McCreary Madison C B Poyntz Mayavllle and W S Pryor New Castle There are no alternates Morton K Vontz and Napoleon B Hays Pinevllle were named as State electors and W P Thorne Eminence and WallaceMcKay Louisville as as sistants The members of the State central and executive committees from the Stateallarge are Ache W Young- and Samuel E Jones Tne platform rousts every thing republican andy commends every thing democratic In presentlpg the report aenutor filuckbun said all members of toe committees favor a modidcatlon of toe Goebel law and passed It up to the Lexington convention July 19 with that recommendation Blackburn wants a minority repre seututtou for tbe republicans on tbe State election board and on tee county election boards that la one out of the tree commissioners to be a republican lund equal representation of the parties polling places Tne removal from the ballot of all emblems or devices Is recommended j thus Imposing an educational quallfl cation R E HUGHESI LOUISVILLE Juno 14 Harmony is the watchword at the foulivlllo con ventlqn and if rood for the party is not accomplished by tbe grand meeting of democrats signs go for naught At thej meeting held In Music Hall this morn log lion Harvey Helm was one of the successful candidates for district delegate to the Kansas City convention and adjoluingIworthily bestowed Hon R H Tore llnsoo of Garrard was elected chair man of the bth district delegation and Mr Scott of Shelby secretary There were three candidates for district dele gate Mr Holm C M Lewis of Sbel by and B L Cook of Jessamine ODII lone ballot was taken when Messra Helm and Lewis woo the former re celving Hi votes more than any other candidate R L Davidson of Lancas ter and Lou Brown of Taylorsvllle were elected alternates W J Price of Danville was unanimously elected elector with R H Tomllnson of Gar rard assistant Mr C C Williams of Rocucastle was chosen for the latter honor but declined on account of busl ness On permanent organization John B Chenault of Madison was chosen res 1 t olutions D L Moore of Mercer era duntlale J W Rowlings of Boyle Wllkcs Morgan of AnJersou succeed ed Siceon H Cook of bbebv as exe cutlve commttteeuian Hon R C Warren of Lincoln argued that this was no time to attend to such business but he was voted down I6 to 32 and Mr Morgan won without opposition The 8th selected Col W G Welch of Lln cola vice president of tbe convention The convention proper was called to order by Chairman A W Young when Hon Ollie James of Crlttenden and C C Roe of Louisville were made chairman and secretary without dissenting voice Judge Frank Dough erty of Nelson was agreed upon lor- permanent chairman The baud played stirring musts and speeches by Hon W P Tborne Gov Beckham Hons James D Black W B Smith J H Lewis C K Wheeler J B McCreary and others were enjoyed whMe the va trious committees were out At 5 l M the committees not having completed tbelr work the convention adjourned till 730 r M After Gov McCrearya speech Mr C W Metcalf of PI neville raise forward and in a penitent speech acknowledged his wrong of bolting and asked that he again be received In democratic fellow ship His talk was a taklngone and bo was loudly cheered JC Jones and N B Hays repre dented Bell county They are both warm Black men and are banking on the wan from Knox carrying every thing before him E C W DEMOCRATS IN POSSESSION FHANKFOKT JUNE HTbo offices In the public buildings were turned chileomorning and Thompson a large force at work placing them IP condition for tbe removal of the temporary offices In the Capital Hotel building POLITICIANS AND POLTICS ITbe democrats of Wisconsin Indorsed Bryan and the Chicago platform Tbe president has appointed W D Bynura of Indiana a member of the commission to codify the criminal laws oftbe Uulted States Tbe republican convention at Phlla delphla will be rapped to order with a gavel made of dogwood cut from the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln near Hodgensvllle a A Philadelphia paper makes public a letter from Rear Admiral Schiey written May 15 declining to allow the ue of hU came for any office a very sen alble determination Gov Stephens of Missouri tells the New York World that the republican mayor the trimmer newspapers and three girls between the ages of 13 and 16 are responsible for the disorderly state of attaint In St Louts The republican State committees will meet at Louisville tomorrow to name the time and place to nominate a candidate for governor Louisville and July 17 will likely be selected Roosevelt continues to refuse to an cept the vice presidential nominationI and New York Is essential eyssuecesa So be la between tbe devil and the deep blue sea us no other republican but Teddy cn carry It If the report that the L D N rail road will take no partat least no fi nancial parttn the Kentucky guber natorial ttubt tbU year U correct Ic means that there will be GO guberna torlal fight In Kentucky this year Louisville Times The republlcari National committee Ib In session at Hhiladeldhla to hear the contests In which Alabama Dela ware Georgia Louisiana Mississippi Tennessee Virginia Ohio New York Pennsylvania Texas and tbe District of Columbia furnish work Gov Beckbuui has appointed John Skainj president of the board of coun cllmen A M Harrison delinquent tax assessor and Roger Kearney all of Fayette to succeed Judge Mat Walton Gen Wilbur R Smith and George Headley us commissioners of the Lex ington Lunatic Asylum W C P Brecklnrldge writes a long InIKentucky and summed up lu a few words the only issue with Mr Brack inrldge U how to prevent the punishment of the murderers of Gov Goebel Oweo boro Messenger The convention to nominate a candidate for governor will ba held Thur- aIdayJuly 10 at Lexington Conven lions will be held in each voting pre elnet on Saturday July 14 at 2 l M to select delegates to county conventions on Monday July 16 when dele gates will be selected to tbe State con vention whereIborceii denounced the republican par ty of Kentucky as at present led as being the very essence of hypocrisy the champion of assassination and the refugeof fugitives bending all their energies to thwart tbe euda of justice Iin the prosecution of tbe assassins of Gov GoebelIThe Ohio democrats affirmed adherence to the Chicago platform diminished faltb In Bryan that tbe government shall domandII regulate volume of paper denounce acquirement of territory In dependent of tbe constitution the Porto Rican tarlil b111 trusts and mo noplles the currency law passed by tbe present Congress and Imperialism In an article culled forth bv the call for a meeting of tbe National commit tee of told democrats Mr Wattenon gives this good advice Tne gold demo crate should meet declare the organi zation ended and If they cannot make up their minds to endorse the action of the Kansas City convention they should leave individual democrats free to do as they please a thing they are poetty certain to do without any spec lallet or hindrance 1i j The honorary degree of the Macca been was conferred on Admiral Dewey ut Grand Rapids Mich When he was told that there worn 147000 members of the order In Michigan be askedi humorously Are they all Ho demurred slightly at first to the conferring of the degree asking If i there was any politics In it 6n being assured that the Maccabeca were nonpartisan ho accepted the degree and the badge BRIEF NEWS NOTATION There are 350 saloons in Louisville The widow of William E Gladstone died In London yesterday Tbe Kendalls got a new trial at NIch olasvllle The belief it that they are not guilty Negroes at Rome Ga have boy cotted the street cars because of a rule restricting them to the use of the tree rear seats- rheUnitedStates court of claims decided that Sampson was commander inchief and that Schiey was subordi nate to him at Santiago- A three yearold child of Crittenden Pepper of Bourbon played with match es and its clothes caught fire burning the little one to death Belle Boyd the famous spy of Ccn federate fame died suddenly of heart disease at Kllbourne WU where she had gone to lecture Miss Lillian McAteo and Sherman Morris of Louisville were drowned near Fern Grove They had been out with a crowd of plcnlcers At fronton 0wblle throwing struclcIA vicious bull dog attacked a child In Chicago and started down tbe street with It shaking Its victim us though It were a rat and terribly mutilating it British losses incident to the South ollJclallyjThe Pinevllle water works were sold by a judgment of court to Eastern par ties for i4t 00 They wilt enlarge the reservoir and furnish water to the mining towns Swift DearbIclerk of tbe veteran of the Mexican war and ex representative In the Legislature died after an Illness of more than a year The St Louis Transit Company now claims to have all the men It needs to till the places of strikers and all lines tire now meeting the demands of traffic The strikers as usual lose their time and jobs Losses sustained by Lord Roberta in the fighting about Roodeval are said to aggregate 500 an entire battalion belog reported as killed wounded or capturedA who served as a Confeder ate soldier was killed from ambush In Texas and the white Confederates threaten vengeance on the assassin when captured- A dairyman In Indian Territory forc ed his wife at tbe point of a revolver to wallow strychnine and stood over her writhing body with his weapon and prevented any assistance being glv berI Hltchtns charged with taking 31500 from Frank Herdic at Lexing ton was acquitted He accused her of robbing him but after five years the woman proves her Innocense Both of them are race course followers Maude Klnkead the 11 yearold daughter of John Kinkead a farmer of Hardln county while walking her sleep was taken by her father lorI a burglar He shot her inflicting deathjas Miss Mabel William of Philadelphia committed suicide by leaping in to the whirlpool rapids from the foot of an elevator on tbe Canadian aide of 23IA New York man bus brought suit against his wife for divorce because a traurer otie red to bet him tout a cer tale hand omA woman who proved to be his wife had a cur on her ankle four inches ubjr are luItll He mea- si and found the pace exact Hence tbe volt Ground has bey Jjjyjken for tie creation of u hams ure dwelling house jut tbe Elmeiidut fat in of the million lurimnu B Hagpln The house will cut when completed 875foOO sand thh win ne jrnlBblncs will make it 01 a rf TM tuuiiotuesi ted ttnln FPtt- FOX 5 LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Man- agerFRITH HOTEL- F FSAKCISCO Prcprletsr AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KYI mneldnelInrtrrfllll faro V S HEAZLEYDDS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vitalized Air Physician In attend- anCe Office In the Sew Thompson Building ilea Produce And Junk Wanted IIltthlt Cash Prices iald for Serm Iron We pay 832S pound cash for Ginseng Wo hive located In Stanford for the purchase of Eggs Chickens hides Wool Feathers Ao We for hones 40c per hundred Highest cash price for Brat Copper Ac 091cr and hop two doors from Main Bring lu yourlroduce and get our price 8TANFOBD PttODUOECO J Gold nnd J Blckoff Q f W41ILn HON JAMES D BLACKI Of Knox County la n nomination for the ofllco of Governor sub Icctto the action of tho Democracy 1DINK FARMER Is a candidate for JMler subject to tho ac tion of the democratic party He aotlclt your support JOHN C PEPPLES tin candidate for Jailor of Lincoln Oouuty subject to the action of the di mo ratlc par ty support It solicited FOR RENT 1 THo property at Crab Orchard lately OCt cuplod b Mrs M A Singleton It Includes- residence garden pniture Ic Apply to 0 i6 Singleton CrAb Orchard ICy SI OLD MOCK WHISKY George q Vcatherford hm a contract for FCLL COXTIIOL juu SALE of Old Mock VuU ky In Hmtonvllle Ky- U 0 MOCK Danville Ky FRT7XTT BEOS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOUELAND KY Quick in j efficient attention to burUU elegant new bran large tntlc of Oofflni CiukfU Ilot Ac Ilp to date stock of KutnltUre wiji on him fries right JsW PARKHILL M D HOMEOPATHIC PKYSIOIAK JlIorlenceInoffer his service to thin public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cure Ottlco Court llnusc over Ilenilev Pros Livery Stable Olllee hour from i to S r Job hots In Mens S Boys Suits Odd Pants Good Styles Excellent Qualities All Wool mat of them LEht Colors J stThe Thing For this season Mens Suits 15 to 750 Odd Pants 115 to S2 These are Clean Nice Goods But they must go anil these prices are on Iy flal Ti cir Vctual Value Lx7 Tetras Strictly Cash H HICROBERTS Desirable Farm At Private Sale Deslrlnc to clnngo climate on account of mytKentucky 2S miles Ka t of llustonrllle and 1H miles West of McKinney on C i It lit This farm and Improvements are among the best In toe Itlua Grim region of lien tucky The dwelling It u modern brick and frume metal roof containing roxinn with Imlls Larch nod verandah Outbuildings Include two splendid and commodious barns with SI box stalls and shed room for 100 cattle or soc sheep other building Include Icehouse hout multi house coal goodtenantart In ilretstare nod comparatively now sever falling orchard of best variety of fruit Tho larger portion of till farm U scatclass tobacco and hemp land Abun dunce of never tailing water four rock walled ponds In addition to branch through one Hide of the place 200 acres of farm In Inue grass or meadow with acres In wheat and corn fencing In excellent coif dltlon and abundance In quantity Thl farm Is In good balM for division If o desired MIl lays almost In a tiare bounded on North and East sides by lIuI1 touvllle and McKlnnnvy Turnpike This home and farm nan to boston to be appre veryIopportunity to on mar lut Terms liberal deilrlng ta Insptct tho premise areInvited to call- on or address me at Hustonvlllo Kv D 8 JOHNSTON the Southern Coal Investsati CoFay- of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Roma Offices LuID KjrUeueral LouUrllle Ky Uraucli Otillcc kt Newport Nwi VL Baltimore 311 PhUadelpbla Pa Paid Ta CertlSeats Holders 29218325 PAm lra BeierreFand 9300925 BARNES WEAKEN Local Ageiit Stanford 1 ft tA1 Our Unequalled SuccessrIs duo to every customer leaving the house satisfied We are continually placing before this people of Lincoln coiyity MAGNIFICENTBARGAINS I That our competitors cannot duplicate We tic continually striving to place the r heat of goods at yucca that wilt suit the puree of the poorest Remember We LIre ORIGINATORS And Lenders in Low Prices Domestics We will again sell 10 yards of Calico to each customer for 3Jo per yard Checked Shirting Cotton corker brand worth 7c goes this week for 4 Jc 20 Piece of Outing worth ie special this week Cc nl Ticking per yard 5o- 30Inch Percale 6c Apron Checked Gingham 4j- cClothing Boys Wash IVnu lOc Boys Linen Suits sailor collar dou ble breasted large pearl buttons worth II 25 only 75c Boys Linen Poats well made only 35c Hoys Imitation Vest Suits In wash goods for 48c Mens Linen Pants 4Sc Mens Linen 8uitfl2 Mens Black Worsted Pant OSc A big lino of the 250 Pants left to dose at 1138- llomcmlwr wo are sole dlttrlbiitcra of the celebrated Dutches Trouion Tho best Pants In the world Shoes Ladles black Oxfords only 30C A Hie Drive 100 pairs Ladles veiling top Tan Oxfords 50c Ladles lAce turned solo shoes black or tan worth 13 ony f Menn Tan Shoes worth f 160 only OSc Menu Plow Shoe ailow as 73c Notions 3 Spools Machine Thread lOc 2 Hunches Finishing Braid lioIlUg Drive 10 dozen Ladles fat black seamless hose 6c Mens Cotton Hose 0 pair for 25c 20 Dozen Tan tall hose mercerized and high colored heels and toes worth 5cjIspecial this week 15c- III Drive Ladles Ribbed Vests 3 fqrl lOc Mens fancy lUlhrlggau Underwear worth II only 48c por suit Mens Negligee Shirts collars and cults attached 35c Mens Silk Bosom Shirts worth SI ape cal this week We Big Drive Mens fast Madras Shirts two collars worth 7c only 4c Nests good work Shirts 3 for II Boys Shirt Waists l c- One lot Mens 25c Suspenders will be closed out for 15c Ladies ReadyTo Wear Garments One lot of Percale Shirt Waltts plain land tucked detachable collars worth 176c this week 49c t Linen Skirts braided in white apron eflecu worth OOc for 50o Jibe Duck Skirts trimmed In while braid worth f150 only OSc Ladies Crash Skirts In Ecru and Colon only OOc Black Worsted Skirts worth 1150 go for OSc Percullne Underskirt in good bright colors worth 75c this week 48c 1laceLouisville Store Furnishings SHLINGER BROS PRORS TD RANEY MGB Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co j Of Newark New Jcrscj ORGANIZED 1845 Assets 0941971773 Liabilities 0181070721 Surplus 5502509322 The Best Policy The Best Company Annua Dividends Ikfore placing your ap plicatlcatlon for Life Insurance se- eR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky tKFKeferences Our Policy Holders IBIG LINE OF CLOTlII1NGFor Men Iluys and Children ODD PANTS H SP6CIHLTY 4e See our Line of Custom Made Pants at 250 to il 23 per pair W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky I LxwcTh- emonthof Juno we oiler Laird Schoeber A Cos f5 Shoes For Women At J3 59 These are the most elegant shoes on the tnarkit flno in every respect all modern toes and lasts This Is a rare opportunity to shoe yourself with style comfort and elegance You should avail yourself of this sale r CALDWELL LANIER Danville Tho Leading Shoe and Furnishing House of Danville THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY IThis Is now the most uptodate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been reo equipped with the Auaitlgtuat Lenses the new discovery In optical science I to say to the Ladle that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received a large stock of the very latest Designs irk jVJouldiipgs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suit paintingskmongtelicate pictures nl1 all Illctures that reo dulre a dainty When In Daurille call and see us and get our prices We will save you money124Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky w fJ 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE 15 1900 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGED DTllE boat materials combined with and accuracy Insure good results No other mothOl1I aro over used In our prescription work Ponny Drug StoroIPERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP R L HUDDLE was elected a director of the Danville fair association Miss FLORA SMITH of Flat Lick Is visiting Miss Stella McClary 0 H CooiEU and J M Carter Join ed the delegation to Loulsvlllo yester dayMiss PEARL HUOUKS of Boone county is visiting her sister Mrs W M Britt Miss MOLIH Five a stylish young lady from Richmond Is with Mrs J IL Yenger MRS LEVI ELDEK went up to Idch mond Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs Dr Burgin A uooi picture and wrltoup of lion Harvey Helm appeared In Wednes daye CourierJournal Miss ELIZADETII BOOLE of Lazing ton Is on a visit to her mother Mrs Clolo logic at Duitonvlllc Mns EMMA MASON of Missouri and Miss Lena Hopkins of Covlngtnn are visiting Mrs Lou Shanks Mns SALLIE Mooitc Mr Dr John Jameson and Miss Mary Jameson oro guests of Mrs W P Glens Mu Geo D WEATHEIUKWD sends us tl tbo contribution of Artbur L Carpenter to tho Goebel monument fund THUEIIKAUT P BOUKNE has retu rn cd from Central University which had rnduatel this t yearIM S BAUOHMAN has been chosen a member of the advisory committee of the EWe Fair at Lexington Good se section Mit AND Mns JOHN A MoRon CUTS of Lebanon Junction came up Tuesday to visit Mr and Mrs W H Higgins Mns JOE COFFEY went to Livings ton Wednesday to see her brother Capt Jim Tom Ballard who Is lying at death door AT the banquet of the Alumni of West Kentucky College at Mayd old MU Mayme Elliott responded to tho toast The Men Mus W W BltccE of Perry vlllf was with Mr Mattie Withers several days Her husband who has boon ill a long tlmn Is nearly well MISSES IvAT 2niNE AND LUCILE WADDELL and Sue Brlnkley of Som erect and Eva Lawmen of Richmondt are guesu of Miss Sue Willie Halo MISSES LunA AND EMMA ADAMS l and Salllo Brackett who have been attending tbo D D Institute Dan Title are at homo for tbo vacation MISSES MARY WILLIAMS of Lox ington Bessie Haldoman of Louis vllle and Bertha Hofmann of Crab Orchard are with Miss Mary Burcb SIf11 In the law and 22 In the academic de t partment WK arc Indebted to Clarence Cole man of the 41st Volunteer Infantry for late Manila papers which contain more matter from the United States than local M itS FAYETTE DUNLAP of Danville assisted Mrs J T Llllard In a swell reception given to Mss Lucy Williams at Bioomlngton III wo learn from the Pantograph MP AND Mns C W METCALK and MrlandMr John Metcalf of Nlcholasvllle are alto with them j MISSES MAKTUA CLAY of Parr1 Edna Baughman of Dora Baugbroan of Danvlll form a house party of pretty girls at Miss Catharine Baughraans THE MluN Owsley will entertain ail Walnut Flat Tuesday evening next In tonor of their pretty guest Miss Alma Lackey of Gallatln Tenn and Miss DeLI lab McElwaln of Franklin Ky Mn J E CAIISON orders his I J changed to Arkansas City Kansas from Wabash Ind Ho did not say so but we opine that he couldnt stand Gov Moun and the crowd ho keeps around him Mns ANNIE LASLEY has returned from a months visit to her daughter Dr1Iorrlithis wideawake and upto date Ken Ucky town iv MRs JOHN J McKoiiEnTS of Stan forth Is with her slstur Mrs Mack Miller Misses Minerva Phelps Mat tr Trlbble and party have announced their arrival at Gibraltar In safety Richmond Climax MKSSKS PIUCE Spalding McClary and Menefeo gave a boating party to Misses Almao Lackey Beulah McEl wain Kato Alcorn and Linda and Em ma Owsloy Wednesday evening which was greatly enjoyed FKANIC HOLTZCLAW who will take his wife to Carroll Wyoming this week will be postmaster at that place He bought tho store In which tbo of Lee was kept and the office scorns to have been thrown in MISSES JULIA RAMHEY Oaylo Jack son Anna Mal Shropshire Anna Laura Drake Sue Ray and Anne Cook Huffman arrivedtveaterday to attend Mis a party last night and will remain with her a few days Mn SAM W MENEFEE of the D 8t D Institute at Danville left last night to New York whence he rails on Tuesday next for Edgland Scotland 7 Iceland Holland Germany Swltror land and France He will be gone till i about August 10th s I1MIRS CARRY FRITH of Rookcastle Is with Miss Myrtle OBannon MISS EDITH HOLIIROOIC of Iowa WitIltoMR Tot LASLEY of Lexington la AnnloIsMISSES JEAN AND MAOOIB BUCHAN AN were on this mornings train re turning from Louisville Mil R B WOODS has returned from a visit to his granddaughter Mrs S M Allen at Mlllersburg DR N II MlllorsburilI the bedside of Mr Richard Cobb Miss KATE BOOLE county examiner was down from Hustonville by 730 thl morning Dr O S Williams brought herMiss ANNA COVER returned from Richmond yesterday bringing a couple of pretty lady friends with her who arc now her guests GEOROE D DUNN has given up his position with tbo Victoria Coal Co at Plttsburg and engaged with the Dow Hayden Grocery Co of Winchester AS wo go to press a long and useful life Is slowly ebbing away Mr Rich dylocIllnceseems very near TUB reception given by Miss Linda Miller last night was largely attended and greatly enjoyed She Issued 72 In vitations and nearly all accepted Scats were arranged In tho yard which was beautifully Illuminated Elegant re freshments were served and the happy guests lingered till a late hourILOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work NEW nock wear tCummins ft Mc Olary e You can always what you want In ribbons at Jones TUB prohibition against killing squirrels expire today FOR SALPSecond hand wagon scales J H Bangbman S Co DONT wise getting those Co Bargain Percales at Severance S ions THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 23 col umns twice a week only tl per year NOTICE Your tame for the tear 1100 are due Settle by July L R Hughes collector PLEASE call at the College and pay your tuition bill to Mrs Nannie S Sautley The money is needed to pay rent d JAMns MILUURN the ottlclcnt miller at Stanford Roller Mills has a pocket monkey wrench and screw driver bo has carried In his pockets for 10 years THE moon may been eclipsed Tuesday night and doubtless was but luna pale lace was obscured by clouds and the other obscuration could not be beenThe Advocate says that the Curry Grocery Co of Harrodtburg paid Judge F S Tuttlo 12000 for the old Gore House at Junction City which will be converted Into a branch grocery house THERE number of people who do not now that Gov Beckbam will bo lieutenant governor If he Is defeated for tho nomlnatlou for governor Its a sort of heads I win talls you loose with him THE colored Baptist church at McKinney will give a picnic the first Saturday In July at which there will be foot races base ball games speaking and plenty of refreshments Kit Jones Is general manager M V OWENS ttaasmoredto tba Com mental Howl Junction City formerly occupied by Capt Tb onma Richards and opened up In shape there He has occupied the Gore Bros prouertv on the corner for u number of years Till tamereplaying hav oc with the wheat crop A great deal of It Is falling down In such a mass that a mower couldnt cut It Along the line of tbeCSIn Boyle Mercer Jessamine and Fayetto the loss will reach many thousands of bushels TilE decision of court appeals that certain discrimination In freight rates Is not discrimination In law knocks Commonwealths Attorney J S Owsley Jr out of a big commission Ho had judgments against the L Ss N for such otlonses for over 2000 all of which now goes for naught TilE Commercial Clu atLouisville urges the construstlon by the Southern railway of the proposed extension from Burgln to Jellied claiming It will pass through Lancaster We cant see what difference It makes to those busybodies whether the road Is run via Stanford or Lancaster unless Pbaroah Farra or Bungd Landram has tricked them TILE young ladle decorated the Opera House in the colors of the Stanford Hop Club yesterday blue and old gold and every thing Is now in readiness for the grandest event of the kind ever given here Three hundred people will participate and the gallery alone will be devoted to spectators Saxton will arrive on the noon train with his great orchestra Till LADIES CONTRIBUTIONS Mrs M C Saulloy chairman for Lin forwardedI Lincoln county The namo of every subscriber has been preserved and a onoIcounty who have kindly assisted her In collecting Nearly one half the whole amount was given by school children L hy Yz t PLANTS of all kinds O J Newlaod TRUSSES now line all kinds and all sizes at Craig R Hooker SEE Warren it Shanks for Deerlng Mower and Binder Repairs DEERINO sections blades at low prices Goo H Farris 1 Co FRESH reception Hakes select city crackers and cakes Geo H Co FarrlisLoots out fdrspecial ing of slippers and shoes S Sons I AM making special low prices on flooring coiling and cypress shingles AC Sine FRESH car load lime salt and cement just received W C Greening Hustanvllle SiECiAL priceon and 65 inch woven fire fence for 10 days only G H Farrls it Co ONCE In a life time Such values In ladles slippers as wo are offering Say erance Son SEE the prl7cs bawarded to the winners of the elocutionary contest In Hamiltons window WE hoveci-n a wood workman our shop who Is prepared to do any kind of work Bcazlev Bros WITH the Gllcber Hotel closed It was almost Impossible to get anywhere to lay ones head In Danville this week No question about it Jones Is selling the best tl and 8150 ladles kid glove on the market and they fit them nicely too FOR SALE PmTELMy resi dence and store house tho latter occu pied by Pennya Drug Store J W IIaydeqII a V FOR buggy anS wagon tires rims and spokes barbed and smooth wire all sizes at rock bottom prices go to Hill d Becks IF the case Is as Commonwealths Attorney J S Wllley Jr thinks It U the court of appeals has declared the last local option election in Harrodt burg void and bar rooms will have to clewEXCUItsIONC UFarmer is onq of the promoter of an excursion which will run7rom Richmond to Louisville Judo 21 at l7 for the round trip It will pass here u 060 A M and the rate from hero will also be 8175 THE stockholders theSomerset Bunking Co resolved at their meeting Saturday to place the institution In liquidation for the purpose of organ ing Into u National Dank with a caps tat of 850000 30000 less than present stockholders to have the privilege of taking stack In the new bank equal to 60 per cent of which they now hold Certificates of tock are to be sent to James Denton for transfer There will bo no Interruption In the business of the bank ONE of completestsocial funo slons enjoyed in Stanford for some time was the reception given by Mrs James Harris Baugbman In honor of Mrs Hume Logan of Louisville Avery large crowd was present Includ ing many from Danville and Garrard the refreshments were delightful and elegantly served the house was bandI comely decorated and a full orchestra discoursed sweet music It was alto getber a charming affair and added ad elllonal laurel to the brow of the ac complished hostess as an entertainer HEAVY WEIGHTS Eight of the gentlemen who Vent to the Louisville coo vention Wednesday afternoon were pretty good slzed men making an ag gregate of 170 poandk of human flesh They were lion Harvey Helm Tahoe weighs 20a pounds Col W G Welcb 210 Hon R C Warren 200 M S Baugbman 275 R L Hubble 235 A C Dunn 200 J T Embry 200 Geo D Weatherford 135 The other gen tlemen who accompanied Mr Helm J M Alverson M F North O J Crow and E C Walton are featherweights in comparison CIRCUIT COURT Fount DUhon charged with a breach of the peace failed to appear but a verdict of 850 was rendered against him all the same George Owens the Negro who robbed John Cook and Henry Westmoreland penlIJohn Baughs dog was tined 15 Arch Adams caught it for 10 days In Jail and a fine of 125 forcarry a weapon con coaled Josh Cooper was acquitted In three several cases for forgery The L N got mulcted in the sum of tOO- for failure to fix frogs according to law and the threo other cases for tbo same offense were dismissed Ashby McKee Warren made application for law Ii- cense E S Arnold who sued the city of Stanford for locating the smallpox pest house near him lost out and has to pay the cost On peremptory in structions the case of Tom Chandler for false arrest against Sheriff S M Owens was dismissed Owfaley Dunn got a verdict against G C Givens for poisoning his dog Lovle Turner charged with house Freaking was shown Lobe only 11 yeas of ago and he was discharged on that account The juries were discharged Wednesday till next Tuesday and the court will hear equity cases only till then Messrs J B Paxton and P M Mo Roberts were appointed to examine applicants for law license An attempt to kill William Smoot the watchman at the govenors man lIon wsa made Tuesday night He was coming la a side gate whenan unknown man who had secreted himself In the yard fired at him tho ball passing through parts of his clothing vo The Delicious Fragrance from a hot RoyaS Baking Powder biscuit whets the- appetite The taste of such a biscuit sweet creamy delicate and crispy is a joy to the most- fastidious Imitation baking almost Inv con tain alum Alum food ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO too WILLIAM ST NEW YORK MATRIMONIAL MATTERSI An Indian termoit couple never had any children of their own but made up for It by raising 31 urphun children during their lives and getting them good homes Dr G W Evans the wellknown capitalist and pruiuuier oN Richmond and Miss Mary Spencer Smltn niece of Gen Green Clay Smith were mar sled at Oxford O Invitations have been Issued to the marriage of Mss Elizabeth Woods daughter of Dr and Mrs P W Logan to Mr William Henry Sneed of Knox villc which will occur at Rlchland nome at 8 IM June 20th An Iowa young man not long aeo proposed marriage to a young woman but hearing that her hair was false declined to fulfill his engagement She brought suit against him for breach of promise but she was nonsuited on the ground that she won the young mans affections under false pretenses CCNDIFF WRIOHT Without lettlnlr her parents know of her Intention Miss Ella B Wright daughter of Mr and Mrs J A Wright accompanied by her brother Charley went to Lex ington Tuesday afternoon At Junction City she was met by Mr W R Cun dill of Somerset a long time lover and when they reached the capital of the bluegross the license was procur ed and In a short time Rev Mark Col Us of the Christian church pronounc ed them husband and wife In a pretty ceremonial The happy pair left at once over the C S fast flyer for Cincinnati where they took the Big Four for Niagara Falls and points East The bride Is a veryoxcellent and handsome young ladywell educated and a fine teacher to which she has devoted her life for tba last few years The groom belongs to a wellknown Pulaskl county family and stands well at home and with the ClnclnnatLSouthern railroad company for which tie Is agent at Klngsville The I J extends congrat ulations and joins their many frlecda Id best wishes for their happiness LAND AND STOCK Jersey cow subject to register floe StaMord1nelfer place last night Information thankfully received Morris Fred TheGreen StoleH- USTONllILL6 New Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They wore all bought before recent ad vances and consequently the prices are lower than other stocks bought since lintWeatherStraw lints JAMES FRYE Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror lAncaster s Kentucky Newly furnished cleanbeds eplend able Everything firstelder Porters meet all trains 89 u ROYAL Baking improves the flavor and adds to the healthful ness of all risen flour foods It renders the biscuit bread andcake more digestible and nutritiousRoyal Baking Pow der makes hot breads wholesome Food raisedwith Royal will not distress persons of delicate or enfeebled digestion thougheaten warm and fresh powders unwholesome Ei P Woods shipped a cat load of sheep and lambs to Covin ton Wednes day Scotch bred bull Warfleld bred sire and damtor tale J W Flowers Marcellus Maj B G Thomas got 826000 for 12 young racers glOOOO being for a colt by Hanover New York traders bought 400 cattlo of E J Curley S CoV distillery Je amlne at 4 05 10I Yearold Berkshire boar bred for sale Good one Isaac Hub bard Mllledgevllle Adam W Carpenter had two very valuable cows killed by lightning dur log the storm today Danville News Two double standard young Mary Polled Durham nine and IJrnontbs old both reds A W Carpenter Dan yule The blue grass seed crop Is percent larger than usual In Bourbon and overSOO stripping machines are get ting It- The law makes It obligatory upon every person owning or leasing land on which Canada thistles grow to cut the same so as to prevent such thistles from going to seed Two more cattle belonging to Chas Marshall In Fayette countyuear Avon have died from poison administered by an unknown person This makes a to tal of eight deaths In his herd A sale of 150000 pounds of butter was made In one lump at Kansas City It was packed In large white bugar barrels 330 pounds tQ the barrel which were lined with parchment pa per There were 430 barr- elswANTEUEaersod wo men for permanent easy work big profit Address J W Haemscb 617 Atkins St Knoxville Tenn POSTED 1 hereby notify the public that ray land tl poted sad that I wilt uo Hunting or TreIuuelnq- of any kind on It Violators will III punlinal to the fun extent of the liw A nIAD umbor1an Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Faro better than ever Fishing season in full blast Daily harks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue nUll further particulars J B OWENS Man Parkers Lake Ky of farm imPlementS tooswaoon8 and vehicles of all kinds is one d finish thomwith It does it too IT5 eoireasmuchas use tor wears ttemouJandefewcerts Invested in NCQw learn capadty nisi11t UI I IICWW wmon- v v c rz 1 CULTIVATORS r r We sell the n1 Moline Brown New De parture Cultivators t1Also OneHorsc FiveTooth Cultivators If yr u nd a Cultivator see ut Gt Higgins Sc McKinney BOYSyour Clothing Furnishing And Shoes Of ui and your girl will like you better We can Dress You Nicely And Stylishly because we have the best goods See our New RuitsIIats and PatEnt Leather Shoes dM9CLAliYpoo1on A 111 We prepare to make this one of the busiest weeks we have ever had since the inauguration of our Great Cut Price Sales The prices we will make will Induce many to buy who are not really needing these goods just at this time but on account of the great saving select a nice Dress or Skirt and lay away for future use This is not a clearance sale neither is it a tale of odds and ends or old styles we with to run off but a sile of fresh choice uptodate loolsa sale wade for the benefit of our customers We believe the trade appreciates this offering of one line of goods each week with all profits off Every piece of Dress Goods in the house Is offered Here are come of them Silk Gloria Cloth Mercerized Berber Cloth German Surah Cloth Black Batiste Nuns Veilings Black and Colored Lustres Black and Colored Crepons Plaid Novelties Serges Cashmeres Sec The sale begins Monday June lltj and lasts one week only JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad Mid Season Values At this season of the year we have many desirable goods to close and while we are the losers you get the benefit We are oJerinp NJtc L EXCEPTIONAL VALUESojC In Lawns Percales Silks Slippers Shirt Walsh Wash Skirls Car pets Ac Sc This is not advertisers fancies but we havesuch val ues to offer as are not often the privilege of DRY GOODS Buy eu We are tot in the business to carry over goods but to TURN THEM INTO CASHA- nd at a sacrifice when necessary SEVERANCE a SONS Cprosile Court Route PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs il J Books i Stationery t- Paln tr r And 01tTelephone No2 Stanford KY r r n i THE IMMQR JODRNAL JEnttd n the poMoffice at Stanford at I matter 20 lDUahe4XucIv An4 r4veA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH When not tofUtmZOO wIn be charged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 11 8S a m 54 Train col Of j toM2411I125II II South 123 iia 3II mm Mil P FoallIroIDtL- KENTUCKYCENTAL DIVISION No II AmiTeaaieunlordat 1OS No tl Iarea Stanford at 210 II No Anht Rowland at 1200 p Mo 22 Learea Stanford at 230 P QUEEN CRESCENT Trilni going South paw Junction City No Oft not itop No 3 1190 r II KoJ 1122 Ho bM rII JDS nlb Ko doeratitop o1 34810 P XoJO6AMF- RANKFOITi AND CINCINNATI Tralni leare Frankfort al6M 340 r aodl rv connecting at tieoryetown with tbto Q A tnrnlngleaTel1ariiat tv30A x and 5 40 r reaching Frankfurt alter connecting with Q AC tralni at 119 U 710 r land915P The latter train learea for Oenrgetnwn at 7 15 p JTl NEWTON U A SOUTHERN RfllLWflY UN KENTUCKY Coriiiiiri SstiiI It tffict HII ID 1100 KARTBOCN Nat No Lv 3LoulaTllle 745am tOOpm 74Jpm Ar She1bv1fle9lOam 63pm Ifpm Ar Lmrcncebj 860am 4 =pm I 5pm Ar Versailles Ol6am 47pu1110OllJcl Ar Lezincton U4am 1 I3pmjm NoITam 4 IAr Shelbyrtlla 910am 615pm pm 630am Ar Louijrillo ia ftim 740pm TAOiun BASTBOUMQ WtSTDOUVIX P IITATIoWa o 400pm 1AumTLn 740pm KUtiatn 896pm laeeitDlLiy lArBebrgArl iSOpm glOan 715pm ta4Sam AriarodabgLT 440pm IMtm 710pm aIr Burcln LT 430pm 710art Ja BTATtOS INd lArtNoffi 4ivpoi 7 sasiuT Loulcrll ArfXX40am 7Jpm kflpml tnaml7 SbeltrrllAr 910am Itftpm 41s1UJ Versltoc Ar TSOam SOipm Midway LT TSOam 340pm 740pmltEeaBilAr Ooorjrra L TCDunl 3tOpm CAHTBOUJtD WISTBOCJIU ItNo lltKo 5 eTnoa itNo 6i No I i 74 am 4tttpcn Iv LouivU A l14tam t40p1U- 1Oam fOpm LY Verllei Ar 7am KKpm 1l1m 71Im Ar Nlehlvlll am 40ftpm 1Ipm am Klehmod Itl 816am 310pm 1pm JAr Irvloe LTI 1155pm Irro No i LoulB1 7pm Ar Lexin n n 10A5Im- Ar Iipxvtl1u tijm Ar Asherllle Wam LlOpm- Ar Saranna Ar TadcouY1Ue 95am O5pmjrIIJOaIn 7u ArMicon m 255pm Ar JaCkMmTt1e 830am laoopm Lv rnattannoca 610pm 645am Ar Illrmlnctiiun 1005pm 45am Ar Meridian 2am 930pm Ar New Orleunn ml No 3 throuch ilc plic car LouLivlllo to Uir tnlncbam via Lezlncton and Chattanooga No 5 fTW pb rratloa ehalrcar LouuvUla 10Lex1nCtAnQ obserraUon chair ear Lexington to LouIn1IIe car to LouUrllle tla LexloltoDIAll traIn between LoultrlUe Lexington and Dureln dally Between Vernilltei and Georgetown No 11I NOIe1aDd88dallyuceptSuodaY1Detween Bond and Irrlne dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other tralna dally rSOAJ lONS VPaOM J M CCLPT M I Wachlngton D C Washington OO WATfHKOPA W MoB TAYLOIAG PA Washington D C LoulaTllle lit I Half Rates to- Cincinnati JuIyIO1I12 hound trip tickets will be on aalt rla Chattanooga and the Queen CreMent Route from all point SQuib to Cinclunati nd return one fare for the round trip 00Id te named The reduced raiN are on aunt of an neal convention B T P U of America The return limits are liberal Write for further particular De tun your ticket reads over the Qnecn t Cre cent Itoute It Ic 109 mIles iborter than any otbei line from Chattanooga Atlanta and the outb lIe arbedule are the qulck t luj irln terricelalamoua wIshtraTelereeTfn wheroaa tbe mOlt rerfrct In the South Itlneanon 0 P A Unclnaatl or O L Mitchell I I A ChatUQooga will be gla l to aend you freopriotld matter or other information I BETWEEN LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE TO California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E II MACOX U P A K W Cor 4th and Market feta LouUrllU HIDDLEEURG Rev JH Newell sold 20 acres of of land to a Mr McKinley this week for 1100 Prof Davis pushing hIs workof repairing the col pe bulldlopg and will eoon be ready to move The Baptist Sunday school of this place will haves picnic In the park at Mr Q R Jone1 on the 21st Tbe strawberry and Ice cream supper given by the ladles of tho Baptli church Tuetdny night was quite a sue cetts considering unfavorable weather Rev T H Coleman of Burginspen Suturdcy night wltb his daughter Mn Rev George Green lie will conduct a protracted meeting at tbe Baptist church here beginning Monday night alter tbe urst Sunday lu JulyiQ Misses Mary Jenkins and Billie Rifle of Hustonvllle are visiting the family- of Dr Perry Wesley Mrs J M Durham and son Master Brack are visit lug relatives in CumpbelUville Mrs Milton Jones returned homo Tuesday from a visit among relatives at Big South Fork LL J ciII At supper given in Yosemite Saturday night by the colored people for the benefit of their church there some white boys made themselves quite conspicuous by firing several shots near the front door and when they were requested to desist one of the party entered tbe house and fired a shot thro- the floor creating considerable excite ment G R J WAYNESBURG Crops are looking unusually well In this part and if the weather continues to be favorable the farmers will rule not only enough feed but will have a good surplus Several hundred people attended the Childrens Day exercises at Parlor Grove church last Sunday and wer well entertained by the very excellent program rendered B B Singleton has about gotten his new saw mill ready for business and when he gets everything in order It will be one of the best mills that were ever run In Lincoln county He has Messrs AdkUson and Lague of Mercer county drilling a well They have gone down more than 60 feet and are still at work 14G Gooch ft Sons have completed their new store room which is a band some addition to the town TVavnes burg Is truly on a boom We now have two general stores ono millinery store two blacksmith shops one sawmil and other enterprises of lesser Importance and all are or soon will be run ning in full blast Mr E P Faulconer of Danville the noted trader and race horse man Is having a bill of lumber cut at Hortons mill and has been in this section several days Mr Arthur E Wbeeldoc after traveling three or four yeare has lately returned to his home and is vis iting his relatives and many friends and ell of them are proud to see him looking so well Mr Ellin Gooch of Somerset Is visiting here this week Be Is a too of Mr Ezra Gooch a for merchant of Waynesburg and an ej representative of Lincoln county In the State Legislature L C G KENTUCKY CHAOTAUQUA One and onethird fare for the round- trip to Lexington Ky from all points between Wllliamstown and Junction City via Queen k Crescent route daily during the 14th annual session at beautiful Woodlawn Park If you want an outing rest enjoyment and instruc lion attend this session It will sur pass even the successful meetings of the past There will be muslo with humor science philosophy Greatest lecturers of the country will speak on leading questions Lectures and ex perlments on Liquid Air and Wireless Telegraphy with Vilagraph and Its wonderful moving pictures Special features will Include College Day Friday June 29tb with an oratorical con test participated in by leading Ken tucky colleges Recognition Day Tues day July 3d Let all C L S C read ers make this tbe place of tbelr grad uatlon Full department of Instructor In Bible Exposition W C T U ocboo of Methods Teachers Institute Cook tag Schools Sunday School Normal department C L S C Round Tables and a great Fourth of July celebration will be held Statesmen of National reputation will be present and Mrs Balllngton Booth will speak Dont fall to attend this great meeting Write to tbe Cbautauqua people for progrms or further Information or call on your ticket agent a a Half fare excursion to Philadelphia arid return on account of the republl can National convention Round trip tickets will be sold June 1418 Inclus- Ive good returning until June 26th at rate of one fare for the round trip via Chesapeake OhloRallwaytbe Rhine tbe Alps and the battlefield line of America Stop over privileges at Washington and Baltimore Tbe F F V Limited over the C O Ry Is tbe oily electric lighted solid vesti buled train with through dining car service and observation car For time table address C B Ryan A G P A Cincinnati O S A CARD OF THANKS I wish to say that I feel under lasting obligations for what Chamberlains Cough Remedy has done for our family We have used It In so many cases of coughs lung trouble and whooping cough and It has always given the most perfect satis faction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and with them to please accept our hearty thanks Respectfully Mug S Don Des Moines Iowa For tale by Craig Hocker S S The despised yellow diamond line come Into favor and Is the fad in New York a4e 1 HU33LE Jno Blank pHthered 05 gallons of cherries from three small trees and sold them at 2 c per gallon Levlsu HarrIs U at home from school again Mrs C C Sink of Lexington is veiling her parents for a few days F P Bishop was elected delegate from tbe Christian church hero to the county meeting held at Turnersvlllo Friday John Robinson returned from the mountains with 254 sheep J C Ell banks sold a work mule to Jos Dennv for 145 F P Bishop has sold his new wheat to Anderson Splllmaa for GSa thresh ed out of the shock Geo Wood sold H U Cox 30 stock ewes 350 Tobacco Is all set and growing rapidly now Rankin Bubbles cattle got into J W Bournos garden on the Gentry farm and demolished it Mrs James Boltzclaw writes her father W H Underwood that sbo reached her new home in Wyoming and is very well pleated with It Tom MoBeath of Somerset has contracted for the S H Yeager farm near Bedgovlilo at 70 and will be up today to drawn writings with Mr Yeager Wheat U ready for harvest and Is a fair crop In this community Tho beavyIi waterspouts that have fallen section recently have been very damaging to land and crops Callle Eubanks wile and sister went to Bur ln last Saturday Geo D Hopper is around taking the census in this community and It Is wonderful how fast tbe people have gained In wealth since the assessor was around last year Jno Blanks tells tbe boys to read the Bible and the INTERIOR JOURNAL and go by what they teach and they will always be on the right side A L Spoonamore Is havlnc his dwelling treated to a new coat of paint Miss Alice Walker and De Spoonamore are at home from Lexington schools Mr Dave Walker of Atlanta Ga visited hie brother J J Walker hre last week Mr James Endeman and fam fly are expected back from Kansas soon to make Kentucky their future home BOBBED THE GRAVE A itartllDg Incident of which Mr John Ollrrr ofihlliUlphla wa the tubjert oarratrJ l r blot as lolluwa I was In a ruu t Jrvadful condi lion Mr skin wee almost yellow net lunkrn tongue coated vain ronlinutlly in lack aol ldn no apptitegradually growIng weaker dayIT diy Three physitIau b1 theD me up natcly a friend adTlwd trrlrg Electric niMer coil to my great Joy antI aurprli tbe lint hotil made a dui le l unrtemtnt I continued their for three werkt and am now a well uian I know they MTId my Itle ant robbed the Krare of another victim o one should fall to try them Only 50c gutrante i at fenDTa I rugtrI S NNoUNCEMENTS QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTERe- duced tales via Queen Crescent Route for the following cccaslons Low rates to Cincinnati from Junction City acd points North next SUL dayNational democratic convention Low rates from all points South via Queen Crescent Route and conectlne lines via Cincinnati or via Louisville to Kan sas City Tickets on sale July 1st and 2ndgood returning July lib One flue round trip Free recllolntr chairs Ob servation and cafe rare Through Pullman sleepers to Cincinnati and LouisvilleRepublican National Convention Philadelphia Pa June 10th Democratic National Convention Kansas City Mo Jelly 4tb B P U Convention Cincinnati O July 1215 HOWS TillS We Oder Cue Hundred Dollan Reward for any ate of Catarrh that cannot be cured by flails tarrh CreF J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Wetbe undersigned have known I J Cheney for the Last r vein and bellere him ierlectIY honorable In all builneo tracuctlont and fln ally able to carry out any obllgatloni made lir their firm Wms TATBUAX Wholewle Drugslita Toledo O WALPICO KlNNA olloalC Druggist Ioleuo O lull Caiairh Cure It taken internally actle directly upon the blood and inucounurfawaof tu ivitera hllwoDIllleDt free Trice 75cper but DruggistHalls the beet S S S WOULD NOT SUFFER SO AGAIN FOR FIFTY TIMES ITS PRICE 1 awoke lat night with severe pains In my stomach I nlver felt so badly in all my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hard ly work I went to Miller McCHirdys drug store and they recommended Chaw berlnins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic antI one doe hell me nfl right It certainly ia the finest thing I ever used for stomach trouble I shall not be without it In my home hereafter for I should nct care to endure the suffering of last night again for fifty times its price G H Vluox Liveryman Burgettstown Washington Co Ia This remedy is for tale by Craig llocker S S 5 Rev Riddick who began his career or uselulneee by cussing the bark off beech trees closed It by causelessly killing Dr Temple was sentenced at Richmond to the Virginia penitentiary for three years A FRIGHTFUL BLUIIDER Will often caute a horrible Hum Scald Cut or Bruise llucklena rnlca balve the beat In the world will kill the paw and promptly heal it Cure Old dome Feter Sort Felons Corns all Skin Eruption lint 1lle cure ou l Sold by lenoylIrunlltIAfter a es of Gens Kitchener and De Wet Lord Roberts commuulcatlons were practically restored The Boers scat tered In all directions IsThe whisky production In Kentucky during the season closing Juno 1st was less than 19000000 gallons vc lI SORE HANDSRed Rough Hands Itching Burning Palms and Painful Finger Ends ONE NIGHT TREATMENT Soak the hands on retiring in a strong hot creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP Dry andanoint freely with CUTICURA the great skin cure and purest of emollients Wear during the night old loose kid gloves with the finger ends cut offand air holes cut in the palms For redrough chapped hands dry fissured itching I feverish palms with shapeless nails and painful finger ends this treatment is wonderful Millions of Women Use CuticuraSoap Exclusively for 1N crTliiffiiurlfylnj ami tonutlfylni tho ekln for clcantlng the ncalpof cruttt acnlei ilamlrtill suit the Mopping of fulling IiAlr for eoftcnln whitening ADIioothlntf rc l rough ami core hllnlI In the SOft of baths for annoying Irritation inatlon nml dialings or too froe or oUrniUe pcrulratlon In the form of xrathva for iilccratlvo rcikiicM i nb l for many MnaUTO auUfeptlc purpotca wiikh rrftillly atURWt themoelfl to women anti cepciiitly iiiuthera ansi fur all the urpcee of the toilet hath ansi tmr err No amount of lruaio con ludaco those who have owe tsel It to ue any other for jirc errlnj nml purifying the chin wain ami hair of Infant anti children Ctrriotiu Soar combine iletlrato emollient properties derived from Cctl VitA the fercAt kln cure with tho uro t of destining Ingredient nml the most refrcih tag of flower odor No other mr ratoi nonp ever eompournlol la to he compared with It for preerrln pnrlfytng anti bcaullftlng the skIn walp hair ami hand So other foreign or ilometlc MM coup however uxpenilte U to ho compared with It for all the parpotca of the toilet bath ant nursery Tim It tOmhlncn oily Soil fit UNK PRIc- EvizTwnirrI1vE CENTS the ntft akin and complexion soap the licsr toilet and war baby fillip In tho world Complete CUTICURA THE SET 1125 4 co Extornal and Intornal Troatmont Every Humor CnniUiinrof home IfktetIHMlh rait rA and t na IhIlikkrnil futttl Crticri t Ont iT Wri to tntUntir ilUr Iwbhje u1 Irnuiina tad IMIhfbfficnIIoT 3tn mnl 4 dc IiUIICIo- ooboloS IIIIIU CinsI Coor I1e Imp the tho place country WIth free pen ndIivaiiintUndotlricldnt the authors have produced fascInating of hlatory and the reliable handbook facU be used t reference for come llraUClttaa Ageuta Wanted Tlrrlto ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY Nos 31 33 85 East Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio tralni cvtry wgkdy10 tiAlna SundAy foriklnAf Uwtoo this same To INDIANAPOLIS Vertlbuled Standard and Sleeping Parlor Dining 1OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous EnIevery succeeding ten years The rer suit has as follows Year Population Year Population 18107239881 1860 31443321 1820 9633822 1870 1830 12886020 1880 SOf 55783 1840 17069453 1890 62622250 1850 23191876 Here you have figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States recent acquisitions The result is usually announced in July of the census year THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anxious to engage in a study of coun try To this end will cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of United States Census follows To the first nearest correct guess rictired 3000 00 To the ucoDd 150000 Toihe third 75000 Tothifcarlh 50000 Tothetflh 25000 To the aixth 20000 15000 To the nl1t 10 I1ch J100 amonntisg to 100000 To tlii ntzt 50 each 550 sfcutiing to 2500 00 To next 100 eidi 25 aasaatlzg to 250000 To the nextOO each ansuntiafr to 500000 To the next 1530 each amounting to 765000 2197 cash presents 2500000 In case of a tie money di vided Every guess on the above proposition must accompanied by a years subscription to EEKLY ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you to inclose subscription price to the WEEKLY ENQURER This contest will lose a month be fore the result of the census will be known and officiallycertified by the Director of Census at Washington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRER including is only 100 a year Eleven copies and eleven guesses for 1000 For full particulars see WEEKLY ENQUIRER Send orders to ENQUIRER Co Cincinnati Ohio J 1TInl 1 JUST PUBLISHED I e a1UIMJICTUE of Iltt omtttt olulell tibl of Ibt ces1rv oil whleb fbi natlenj cvw 2 were M4 Ire yet timid lir KE 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tlpet HntcUu theM bwit 1iatsper- dayIIICRIJrLEY The Merchant Tailor ISTANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Paper Hanging And Painting me before you let your painting I IElell ue you money J will turnith 118rIt on the wall from lOc up In oilier I will sell jou paper aa cheap aa you rerboltwork guaranteed J J IIFLDFN Stanford Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your styleEsperlenccdteed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little mvuuy J II OHKKH Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams A Co Paint Lick Ky la a cuaranteed sure cure for hortra and mule aflllctod with Flatula Iailevll Bwlnneyircratchea Saddle Boil Hard and Soft Enlargement Oreav lire Il Ac For sale by Y Mcltob lIumlbrlT1Ilrtytalilwcll wayneaburp Dunn Hroa Ilrv antavllle Ky V It Compton Ullledcevllfe 00 It Jeter Mlddlebnrg Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDESTAKER3 pLtLtita lf Furniture MaUlugB Rug And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furnlltno for all ItiuiUufciKvlc jIve them a call 1rlcea right II e STANFORD KENTUCKY IJ CMcGbMY UNDER AltER Manufacturer and Denlenr In HABNESS SADDLERY o Stanford Ky t i A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Offlcnorrr UcItoUrta1 Drug Store In lbs Uwalty UrUldlni I R A JONES DEtCTISTr Ulpltlnli McKlnneya JAZB PENNY DDS STAFFORD KY Cff OfUcent llc IJencon Laiicaater Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CtbiUlSUek 1100000 Surplus 117633 61 ThliluUlntlon originally MtablUhed u the lie poll Bank nt Staarord la ISM thea rnorgtnlt M tb National Ilaak ofSUatorJ la IIM anjafola IotafliMnl tb That National hank of Stanford nlMkii had practically aaunlnWrupIijt aoc f41yMn It la hustles lufpllfj will twillUe for transacting butlaew promptly to J lib sfill than vsr tIun la lit long lull hanoi ibis er ACWUIIII of laolhoallllludarJllrl and ladlriilaaliMll it4omacTOil F 1UI4 Ltaroln Co1 J W llaydn Slanlot STflmlI 8 II lUujhuin II J S MockerS TrUIII WP Walloo II W A TrILL JU CollltfOrab OrehJ M J Mlllr UVrLa U OEliaoi Stanford orncaai J t IIe 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