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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SEMI r WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftL i VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 29 1900 9 A M NO 34 NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Sarah A Holbrook hat boon appointed postmaster at Keaton Jocksn county Ilankla It the narao of a now potto flea In Doyle county and James liar man Is pe tmaBicr The city of Somerset U 10 short ot rocnuc that It only rune Its ttrcc lights till midnight Calvin Spark 74 father of Count Attorney James Sparke of London died at his homo In Laurel The rallroadcommleslon will investigate why the LI1 N charges tour cents a mllo on tho C V branch on request of citizens of hell county Charles Gasb confessed to carry In concealed weapons at Danvlllo and Judge McDowell Rave him 30 days In jail and fined him 1100 Such a fine not calculated to make tho boys feu up In tho future Clint Jones of Pino Knot was ibo and Instantly killed In a blind User In Whltloy county by Andrew Patrick the result of an old grudge Tho ul I fray took place In the presence of half a dozen men The murderer escaped Price Terry shot Jemima GIllum of Jackson on an excursion train and dangerously wounded her Terry bad accompanied Mlis Gillum to Clncln natl but she deserted him there aDd returned wlth another boywhist made him Insanely jealous and hi walked to wburo she was sitting aDd deliberately shut her Capt Jacob Cozalt aged 73 diet Wednesday at Parksvlllo of apoplexy lie was one of the most highly esteem cd men In Doyle prominent In buslnee and church circles and a veteran of the Union army A widow and sever children survive him Three of bll eonsll D J J and S Eti Corau an In the employ of the L ts N railroad Ho left a rood cutnto WAYXBSDUIIO- Kd Ebme will more to Junction City where ho will bo foreman In tho lumber yard of tbe firm of Wlbore f Manna Jou Sbnop and Dolce Uoooh our amateur tolagraph operators were In Lexington lust week on business Messrs AdttWon anti Lo lIe after so tog down 130 foot have finished drill- Ing In the well of H II Singleton Quite a number here will take udvan tae of tho low rates to Clnelnnat next Sunday H Gi VanArndel the Lexington lumber man was here till WMK Mecirs A E Payne and Riot Gooih have received their now thru b loir machine which they will run the coming kea on The democrats of this section are tried and true ned while believing that a bad man has not vet announced him self ae a candidate for tbe democratic nomination for governor they are a most without a single exception for Gov Heck hum The very eongplououi t part which ho has played In recent events and the able manner In which he has discharged bU duties have plao ed him close to the hearts ot Kentucky democrats Ho Is a worthy example for every Kentucky boy and hla nomi nation Mill be a recognition of the abilities of our young men Whoever U nominated will bo elected by a large majority and we believe that Gov lleckham will be nominated by a large majority tied be elected ur an overwhelming plurality L C G WOULD NOT 8UFPKK SO AGAIN FOR FIFTY TIMES ITS Illlt E I awoke last night with ievoto pains In my stomach I never full so badly In nil my life When I enme down lo work this morning I felt so weak I could haul 1work 1 went to Miller A McCuwlyt drug store iintl they recommended Chain berlalns Colic Cholera amt Diarrhoea Hnnody It worked like magic and out lore Axed me ali tight It certainly is the lineal thing I ever used fur ttomncl route e I shall not he without It in nii home hereafter for should net onto lit endure the suffering ol lnt t night again for fifty Unit lie prlee0 II WIMON Livery nmti UurgotUUmii VYitglilngiaii Ca Ia rT emcdy Iiur Tale by Craig A hookers t tI The Southern Hallway nnnouno rate of U flrnialn limited tarot for the roundtrip account 4lh of July Tickets will be on sale July 2J 3rd and lib with final return limit July 7th Half rates to Atlanta and return via the Soutburn Kullway In connection with tbe Queen fe Crescent Route Double dally through trains July 16 and 17 account Atl Iota Battle Field Reunion Tickets good to return until July3iJIJuly 2f and 5 account Southern Ep worth League meeting Tickets good to return until Aug lit Apply to nearest agent of the South ern Railway or Queen Crescent Route or address Win U Tuyloe A G P A Louisville Ky A3EDYPREVENTED A Tilllel Inform tllinfUtru Mn Ururyw g of New SlMlliTlllr Ohio nr Tcnlcil dreadful lute and MTwl two lliw A fri litfiil tough had lungktptberawakeanr night Sba bail tried unity but ilmlllr grew wure until med to try Vr Kings Ntw 1UcowT uoutottlawholly cured her mill un wrtui thus w IIuni alw eurrj Mr lung uf rrrattackoftneuruouta Sucli cure u 111 lueiir ofuf iiitril of this grand remedy fut curluB all thrwtlint awl luutf truu ilts only Wo and ill Ererr KrtiU gn ruateed- TJII bottls trod at Itnnys l rug Store i Lady Somerset was releeteil prenl dent of the Worlds W C T U Lincoln county IKingnllle ono of our surprised her merous friends by driving to Liberty Wednesday with her lover Mr John Hun whore they were married Mr and Mrs J E Claunch came up from Somerset Tuesday and drove to her parents homo near Stanford Dri C M Thompson and family have gone on a fishing expedition In Pulaskl county Dr J W Acton and family have returned from a visit near Wood stock That strikingly handsome couple Mr W R Cundltf and bride arrived Monday and at once went to housekeeping In a pretty cottage but a short distance born the depot Mr Cundltl will resume bis duties as station agent at once and Mack William who has been substituting will return to bin former oBlce at Urunnon Miss Maggie Sacray of your city will make a professional visit hero of several days this week entertained by tbu Misses Johnson Jesse D WeareD of Stanford was a guest at Hotel Pen nybucker Tuesday The popular J D Adams of Hustonvllle Is one of this weeks transients at the Hotel Penny backer Mrs Emily Gooch of McKln ney baa been visiting relatives hero thu past week- Presiding Elder Hill of Somerset preached eloquent sermons Sunday morning and evening at the Meinodtsl church which wae dedicated that day Elder Gllllam former pastor of the Christian church was hero with his wile last Saturday Mrs F M Howe entertained lad week at 6 oclock din ner in honor of Miss Katherine Wells of Junction City Mrs Howe Is noted for her hospitality and delicious repasts and this was not an exception MUs Gertrude Peuoybitcker return ed Monday from an extended Southern vUlt Mrs Mary Drowcr and llllio daughter Clyde lull Tuesday for Kan sas City Miss Genie Leach will go to Lexington this wuek to visit her aunt Mrs ioocb Claudo Pininybaoker of liurgln was down to see his mother a few days ago Master Lawrence Wil liams has returneu from a two weeks Visit to Kubaoks Mist Clsny Murphy returned to sjotnet et Monday alter a visit to her Qomefotkb hero Miss Ltta Murphy is at home from Somorrot sANNOUNCEMENTS QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Reduced rates via Queen S Crecccnl Route for the following occasions Low rates to Cincinnati from Junction City and points North next Sot day National democratic convention Low rates from all points South via Queen Crescent Route and conecilng lines via Cincinnati or via LouUfllle to Kan sas City Tickets on sale July 1st and 2nd good returning July Oih One fare round trip Free reclining chairs Ob servation and safe care Through Pullman sleepers to Cincinnati and Louisville B Y P U Convention Cincinnati 0 July 1215- One fare for the round trip to Atlan ta Ga Atlanta battlefield reunion July 1820 1000 Annual convention Y P C U UolvewalUt church Jny 11 13 1000 See your ticket agent for par tlcuUrf Low rates West Railroad bargain days via tbe Monon route Ticket will be sold by the Moron route from Iou isville Ky to point in Arizona Brit- Ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa tlapllolm Mlnntioia Montana Ne braska New Mexico Noith Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at one tlrat elaea lure plug 12 for the roundtrip on June 10th July 3 17 Aug 7 21 Sept 4 18 Oct 2 JO Nov JO and Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour lets will be furnished with scheduler and further Information by addressing E H flacon District Pa engar Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky The Dancing Members Association In convention at Asbury Park N J resolved that this Ie the way the gentleman must take his partner for the waltz He extends the left hand to the lad3I who places her right hand In It the tips of the gentlemans lingers closing over the Icdys The ladys right arm if slightly curved the gentlemans arm being governed by the leugtb of the ladys arm The finger on the leD tlemans right bund are clustored together touching the ladles spine at the waist line Tbe ladys left hand rests on the gentlemans right arm a little above tbe elbow Tbe bodies of the dancers must not touch YOLOAHIC ERUPTIONS Are Brand but Skin Cruptltni roll life of Joy Buckles Arnica rain cure them OM slug anil Mere Sum Ulrrn dolt eiOOeCorD yrt Cult IirulK 11 haul Cbllblalui beet Pile rure on erta- Urleesoutllnanti tebrsOnly tte a box Cure uaranlKd Sold br 1tnny Urugg- ltWANTEDWe want a few more good agents of either sex to take or tiers good wages permanent position exclusive territory Address Box 134 Danville 1I MORELAND The following U a list of the leaf tobacco handled hero by J D Daulti since Nov Otb last Uardln Wlzcar280 pouod 12COj W S Tartar 520 pounds 81500 Castlgi Cooper 0048 pounds 8555845 H P Minor 1378 pounds 875 P W Le gao ti Co 13050 pounds 81071- Ham Rice 1512 pounds i072 A A Russell 208 pounds 110 40 Nunnelle te Mayberry 5025 pounds 8327 22 D E Ellis 1470 pounds 844 28 J A Cutter 1050 pounds 812187 Wrlgh it Drawner 12025 pounds 812925 Louis Smltbers 815 pounds 85070 J A Wright 287 pounds 8368 Tubbs J Freeman 3117 pounds 818702 J F Cash 2828 pounds 21210 W H Wright 702 pounds 857330 Reed J Braxdale 3530 pounds 820145 Molll Harmon 8083 pounds 107781 W C Williams 5640 pounds 838780 G W Museelman 3260 pounds 822862 T P Maxer 1725 pounds 811212 J W Wllllarail215 pounds 800 82 Peytoi Co 4807 pounds 82OT82 S M May 3012 pounds 825752 making a total of 03525 pounds and bringing to the raisers a total sum of 87109 CO This amount has been received and hi has about 20000 pounds more that will bring 81400 Wo cannot see why the tobacco raisers should nut do well li this couuty and tho way Is open for more This business of course Is just like everything else those who understand the business thoroughly and un derstand getting their tobacco handled properly are the ones who are making tho money The present crop Is about all set and looks well At present the acreage Is larger than hat been In thi neighborhood for some time Gener ally speaking this tobacco Is raised or knob soil lying In from two to tour miles of Moreland and on land that ti sold for from 92 50 to 85 per acre and- on from two to flvo years tlmo The same land will produce all other crops moderately well Any Information U prospective tobacco raisers will be cheerfully given by Mr Daulton 01 ring other business man of Moreland rMIDDLEBUR6 Clay McWhorterwas awakened Sun Ida night by some one In his room who escaped before u light could bo had J M Cloyd Informs us that bo bad two car loads of sheep killed In a wreok in tbe freight yard at Lebanon last week While hauling a load of goods Monday W T Royalty was thrown from his seat the wagon passing over him pralulng one wrist and otherwise Injuring his person but no serious latnago Mr Kberlee Martin and wife returned from Missouri Monday where they have been living for past two years Prof Davis began moving yesterday William Sharp has treated his resl KeenlevIt was not ot the poisonous kind tho it produced considerable swelling T J Wheeler has completed his new shop lhadey Goodln wcntto Somerset Tuef lay Comrade Snake Taylor not hog Jaw Is running a trlweekly hack between this place and McKluney Dr Wesley made a professional call at Russell Springs Sunday 12160 to St Paul and return Low rates via Monon route account convert lion National republican league The lonon route will sell tickets to St Paulnnd return at 82160 from Louis villI Ky orTJuly 14 16 and 10 good returning until July 21st On preeen tutlon of a roundtrip ticket from St Paul toony point beyond adding a value 8115 or mOl e and by payment of 60 cents fee extension of limit will be ranted by the joint agent at St Paul o Aug 2Ut Particulars of E H Ba ton D P A Monon Route Louisville fly BiBMRX3pIIERtE Wat the nwult of hi iplcndld health Icdoml ails will awl tmiHiidn are not foun- dekasetowach Lira KhlneyanJ Vowels are ut untrr hi y wnt the and the- nMhf bring uw Ur Klugi Sew Life Pill TIe mvtr bruin aud body tenrolrJuly Drug Store Mackinaw excursion tickets are now on sale by the Munon Route from Lou tfvllle to Macklnac Mich and return oing via Chicago and Marquette the say lever cure and returning direct outea with liberal limits and atopover irivlleges utrate of 820 from Look ville Address E H Bacon D P A onlsvllle HOWS THISf- VcoBifrne HundreJ Dollars liewanl for any- ullofCalarrb that otnnot t cured by Uallt Ca larrh CureF j CIIESEY A CO Toledo O Wf the undenlgned bars known F J Cheney fuf the let ears anti believe him erlecty ouorable la all butlnew tranuclloua and nnand a1l1 able to carrr out soy obllgatloni made by halt Arm larATHPAX Vholeule Drugxliti Toledo 0 rAtutxn KINSAar lAnns 1I1la toledo O llalli Catarrh Cure li taken iaterually ache dlneU the blood and mucous surface of lb hotCshalts Family Mill are the belt A new postal rule that recently went luto effect is that persons who through car les nesl or for other reasons take mall from the postoOlOa that belongs to notber and who fall to return tbe acne are liable to a tine of 8500 or one ears imprisonment This applies to newspapers as well as other mull mat tera Ai I LANCASTER The I 00 P lodge elected G D iwnebrottd N G O W ShUfja Vi G R H Tdmlnson secretary and B T Embry treasuser The Bloomer Girls and our base ball team played a close game Tuesday tbe score being 15 to 14 In favor of our boys About 200 people witnessed tbe gameHigh Crow Dillon says that the order of Ctowe will meet at Dripping Spring In July and that the annual addres will be delivered bv Dr J F Peyton of StanfordA crowd attended count court last Monday and tbe business wa hardly equal to a good Saturday after noon About 200 cattle changed hand at Rice flange stock pens Everybody U glad to see the prospects of the furthers receiving a good price for wheat as It is true that wher the farmer does well everybody doer well tbero being no wealth except that which comes from tbe earth in some shapeProf John L Douglas a hypnotist and mind reader of National reputation will be at the Garrard opera house on Friday night June 20 The press speaks highly of his wonderful work wherever be has performed Reserved seats on sale at Stormes drug store tbeIseat on groum floor of the opera bouse and 35 cents for balcony teats Tickets are being reserved at McRoberts drug store and as tbe price IB the same It Is wise to select them at once Mr Luther Simpson and Miss Ollie Dunn of Buckeye were married at the court house on Wednesday by Judge Burnslde Rev J C Maseee bai moved to Mansfield U This leave only one resident preacher here and he Is hero only part of the time The bar vest is plentiful and we need more la borersI in favor of Henry Wattersoo and Billy McKinley going on with noble work of christianizing the world Let them plant tbe Hag on every but in China and begin to republlcunlte tbe Inhabitants telling them of tho grand achievements of that party and teach log them to put tbe cross under the log cabin This is tbe first lesson ID their citizenship The sad news of the death of G Jones Salter in Arkansas was reedy ed here Monday evening He left here several years ago being at the time of his death about 40 years old He was a too of the late Gabriel Sailer and be had a host of friends and relatives in CaptM1koSalterand wife was Miss Margaret Vantls who with two children survive him About 2500 people went to Sells ft jrays show Wednesday and many were disappointed as much that was idvertleed failed to materialize yet tbe tamo show could return In a few months and draw a large crowd Count leg all tbe exhibitions they realized about 9O0 and yet ninetenths of those who attended are ready to say that tbe times are bard anti It is true Mbst ol them had to go to take the women and ihlidren but Owen Rlgney and Jack Hiatt were honest enough to say thai they went to see the show Mr R H Bataon Igaitendln French Lick Springs Mr T C Gulley looks much better since his return from Colorado and be claims that he Is cured of asthma The trip had no bad effect OD his democracy Mrs R L Grlnnan if Cynthlapa is tbe guest of her sister Mrs W N Bush Prof W C Grin stead was hero Sunday John RIITe and Jim rotten are selling many harvest log machined Hunley Singleton had a slight stroke of paralysis Capt E W Ltllurd and Mr R O Cunningham of Danville were here Monday and lined with Judge J C Hemphll Mr md Mrs Colby of Toronto and Mr sad MM G F Anderson dined with Mr and Mrs J1 Htgglnbotham on Sunday At last accounts from Chlca Vice Admiral Seymour with his Interna loDul column was intrenched eight nlles from Tien Tain He is believed to have with him all the foreign minis sera and the first expedition of marines ent to Pekin On Monday he hello Tiiphed that he was terribly harassed aDd could only hold out another two lays He baa 03 men killed and over 200 wounded He asked 2000 re en orcements A composite force of 2300 nen has been sent him from Tien Tsin but whether this force has succeeded In joining him has not been learned The quantity of food used In a 20 lays trip per an ocean greyhound tom Bombay to London with about 550 passengers consists of Eggs 32 000 meat 23000 pounds vegetables 8200 pounds potatoes nine tonsjducke 1200 game and pouliry 1400 bead tub 1000 pounds Dour 33 barrels wAstronomer Mareux has discovered ergo spots on the sun which he says leans the hottest of weather Tbe Dext two or three months be added will see records broken for extreme and continuous heat It School fur Scandal Is the name of tbe Inder lit the Newport race course JAMES F RUSSELL A NOSOUENAIUAX CALLED TO illS nEe WAIII A short notice In our lash told of tbo death of Uncle Jimmy Russell ash was familiarly known for half a centu ry or more He was born In Case county March 17 1811 and shortly afterwards moved to the vicinity of flue tonvllle where most of his long life was spent 65 years of It ou the farm which be died Rill parents came Iron Hanover county Va Mr Russell mar sled Miss Letfaa Carpenter in 1832 aDd eight children were born to them sec eral of whom with many grand and great grandchildren are living It was said of Mr Russell that be never own ed a pistol In his life nor carried one neve played cards and was noted for being an honest and law abiding cltl zen MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Morris Hays a widower with lOchll dren was married in Philadelphia to Mrs Lucy Alkln a widow with 11 George Gray aged 103 years U seek leg a divorce from his wife Susan Gray aged 34 at Columbus Mo Hi was 04 when he married her Sidney Russell of Boone county Is only 21 years old and has just married his fifth wife Two died and he secured divorces from tbe other two Mr Albert G Gaw of Faribault Mon and Miss Anna T Spears of Danville Ky were married yesterday at Mount Airy Philadelphia Advo catc Morton Klngsley Yonte and Mist Winifred Paynter were married al Frankfort He te ulection commission er and she daughter of the uppslluti judge T H Pnynter J C McCormack of Morelund a widower of 61 and Mrs Mary Ellen Mitchell a widow of 60 were married at her home In Louisville last Week They will make their home there Miss Casale Ruitey lB of Hardlc county eloped to Jeffereoovllle with Eugene Cozine Before reaching there J C Bryant another lover appeared on the scene and o successfully plead his cause that the girl took time to consider and all returned home Mr J Will James the tvell known Crab Orchard distiller and Miss Mag glo Buchanan were married in Cinch nail Wednesday and started on a tour of the East The bride U a daughter of Mrs Jane Buchanan and10j a lovely and elegant young lady A great many friends will join in wishing the happy pair all the joys that come from the union of hearts that truly love The En qulrer says they were married by Rev J L Work pastor of the First Pre byierlan cbQrcb at his home on Mt Auburn The bride was accompanied by her slater Mite Jean Buchanan The party were guests of the St Nich olas The conple will receive many congratulations when they return u their large number of relatives and friends In their old Kentucky home DID AN INJUSTICE PlTTSiiuno June 28Your notice of ball game between Bloomer girls and Pillsburg boys did Pillsburg an Injustice There were some parties drunk and disorderly but they dont live in our town Not a shot was tired by any one The Bloomer girls never were ahead during the game J W Baslln W A Pugb S H Drlnson D L Young and C A Chant ler Referring to our article regrelllnc bat Gov Becttbam has complicated- the gubernatorial situation by announ lug his candidacy the Bowling Green Times edited by that prince of gentie men Dr John D Woods who agrees with us says In all the State of Kent icky there is no paper that has more itreiuouely defended the Goebcl vl of the democratic party or more ably Dod faithfully stood by the admlnli tratlon of Gov Becknam than baa the INTERIOR JOURNAL owned and edited by W P Walton ono of the ablest moat upright and candid democrats In the State who never deserts a friend Dor unjustly strikes a foe and whoa ever open to argument Tho INTER DR JOURNAL serves more readers In tbe State than any paper ouulde the city of Louisville and In recognition ai a clean fearless and Impartial edvc cate of democratic principles and poll cle8 is never questioned Tien Tsin reported by a Japanese orpedoboat to have been occupied lust Saturday by the International force en aged in restoring communication between Taku and Pekin Is a considerable village for even deteely peopled Jhloa having an estimated population of 1000000 b 1 For 50 t germhuehave en many to move back to our new etrore room The opportunity of the season to get a bar gain in a sui- tClothing Hats Furnishings Shoos IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBE I Your money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville i Successors to J L Frohman h C- oWLL PAPERFor 4 Cents T- In my Store PapapricesWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see the paper matched up just as it will look on the wall and get It at once SuppliesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYN- o 300 Main Street Trusses I- 1 1Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hocker Stanford UA C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber nth Etc I will duplicate any prices offered t SNii lrp tllN We have the Sole Agency for the 1 JaFqoartange A Rusge with 1h3 fitett Improvements 1I1IOIu finish a strictly highgrail Knncent n very Lo r and See It r GeoH Farris Co PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Booksn0 StationerPaints And Oils S r 4t Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky 4- k d AylirV T YIIMY sIMWr1M ff I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv JVKE 29 1900 W P WALTON ror Congress HON G G GILBERT Of Shelby County BEFORE tho pascugo and during the discussion of tho Goebol election law this paper cnvolghed co strongly against it that certain smart Alec k newspapers bad tho audacity to ques tion our democracy We took the ground that sush a law was unnecessa ry that Kentucky is democratic on a full vote and a fair count and that the party should avoid all semblance of t partisanship In having the vote hon eptly cast and fairly counted We were r not much more in love with the bill af ter It bad become a law but when the court of appeals pronounced it consti tutional and the democratic conven- tionr adopted it as a part of its platform wo ceased to kick against the pricks und deferring to tbo wisdom of the many duly expressed by the accredited authorities ot the party wo fell into line and remained In line until we saw how far short the law foil of securing t Its original Intention of preventing frauds and how it was used by its ene mica to frighten timid people and produce dlssentiona In our own ranks Instead of preventing frauds all manner of wickedness was concocted and car vied out by the republicans who used It as a club in the canvass and as a tool y during and after the election Exper ience has shown that It Is sadly defect- Ive and Uis tbo part of wisdom to pro- fIt by it Instead of an aid to democrat i lo success It Is a handicap and a pro 1 voter of dleaenildns In our own party l Those nearest to the lamented Goebd r materlall1cbangcd1f it of Its partisan character and amend leg It so as to cure the defects that experience has shown This being the case there is no reason for the admir ers of the martyred statesman to cling to the law for the sake of him who reluctantly permitted his name to be giv en it and for tbat and numerous other reasons wu think the party should en modify and amend the law as to make It thoroughly nonpartisan and leave no semblance of unfairness to It By s doing we will not only do right but win back manya straying brother as well as take from the common enemy Its most dangerous weapon Kentuck democrats embrace the brains an wealth of tbo State and though It to tight ignorance and vlclonsncss fraud and venality it can and will win without any called legal helps or by taking unfair advantages Let dem stumblingblockamong themselves and disarm the re publicans at one and the same blow The proper amendment of the election law will do It Let it be done thoroughly and quickly How the world Is given ta hero wor ship and how little claim some of Its- socalled heroes have to the honor is shown In the case of Roosevelt His alleged ride up son Juan hilt and his accomplishments have been greatly exaggerated and magnified What be did there would nave barely been worth recording but tor the purpose It was intendedto boom him politically albadmade themselves felti by causing th puttingAssassintoo stump They will not be pushed to t to the front nor permitted to take any part In the campaign Joint L POtynS arrested again aecE880rylt but an partisan nuounty judge turned if him loose on Taylors socalled pardon t This thing is getting monotonous Let Gov Bsckharn otTer a reward that willI bring Powers to justice and stop his defiance of law BCCKNEK Brown Knott Breckln ridge Clay Owens and the other great democratic leaders of the past will not be at Kansas CltyLoulsvllle Com t mercial No they will be oil shedding i crocodile tears over the assassination tof Goebol which they and assassin or like yours made possible 1EDITOR B Jr NEWLON tthe Ow enton Herald wants the honor of tak ing the vote to Washington if Bryan carries Kentucky The Nebraskan is sure to do that and the slight token ofI appreciation of a long life of faithful service ought to be shown the veteran editor by acclaim Assassinfmoustache but he may always count on being recognized as long as ho carries hisjhogjaw dWArtsand rumors of wars famine and pestilence earthquakes In divers places and other portentlous signs seem to point to the beginning of the end and to the times of great tribulations fand sorrows McKlnlaysurer though that If he himself comes back to Kentucky his neok will be stretched GOV BECKHAM does not think that the State ought to pay Taylors body I i potheri t TUB prohibitionists In National con vention raked McKinley fore and aft and say that by his example as a fIne drinker at banquets and a wine server at the Whlto House ho has done more to encourage the liquor business to de moralize the temperance habits of young men and to bring Christian practices and requirements into dlsrei pute than any other president re public has had They further charge upon him responsibility for the canteen with all ita dire brood armyI sease Immorality sin and death country in Cuba In Porto Rico tbe Philippines And yet many of these same socalled prohibitionists will walk up and vote for him election day samo us if ho was an Immaculate temperance man DEWEYS bead Is still level lie say Bryan will be elected CALL FOR PRECINCT CONVEN TIONS Pursuant to the order of the demo cratic State executive committee the democrats of Lincoln county will as semble at their respective voting places in each precinct July 14 at 2 P M standard time to select delegates to a county convention to bo hold at tbe courthouse in Stanford July 16th 2 P M standard time for too purpose of appointing eight county delegates to the State convention at Lexington July gOvolernori o 10 n tir3u u 3 n u ii 4 It j Bustonvllle No1If 4 II fin u 3 ti i ii 3 i u 31uCrab Orchard No1 3 u 2 3uWaynesburjj No 1 3 1 2IIII u 3u l All democrats who are devoted to the principles of the party and desire to see those principles succeed ad who will feel In honor bound to support the nominees of the party have a right and arc entitled to participate in these precinct meetings JOIN W HOLMES Chmn POLITICIANS AND POLTICS The Arkansas democrats nominated Jeff Davis for governor Hon G G Gilbert will deliver a address before Tammany Hall Ne- o York by invitation July 4 ExVice President Stevenson declined to be an altercate to the National convention from Illinois regarding It as a slight assassinatiostinuation of their Inability to get Taylor and Finley there as witness es Some of too thrifty colored delegates to the Philadelphia convention sold the peoplyupon convention proceedings The convention hall at Kansas City will be turned over to tha democratic National committee on Monday Tir New York delegates are tbe first to arrive for tbe convention Richard Croker Edward Sulzer and exSenator Murphy of New York will visit Mr Bryan at Lincoln before go lOll to Kansas City to attend the demo cratic National convention Speaking of his running mate Mr Bryan says chartoo man worthy to be considered for such an ollice that of vice president would accept a nomination upon a platform repugnant to his views on any important issue wellcoooments to the election lawns will make It nonpartisan and thereby take the only club from tho opposition it can use in the coming canvass Mr Hanna not the widesweeping boss that he was He was compelled to take Teddy Roosevelt off Mr PlattV hands and now he has a candidate fur vice president whose chief qualities are eccentricity and obstinacy- A committee of prohibition leaders it is said will paesent a petition to the democratic National convention pledg lug 1000000 votes for Bryan in the event tbat a prohibition plank Is in serted In the democratic platform Some of the democrats who favor amending the Kentucky election law are talking of submitting a resolution tbe democratic State convention Ito 10 requesting Gov Beckham to an extra session of the Legislature to consider amendments to tho law There may be something in this The men who for the sake of expedi ency would listen to the bowlers who demand the repeat of the election law lose sight of the fact tbat they are simply throwing away a principle the shadow of some support they forI never get Shelbyvllle Sentinel Illinois democrats nominated Samuel Alscbuler of Peoria for governor and elected Carter H Harrison A S Prude James T Cabell and James R Williams delegatesatlarge to the Na tional convention The platform in- dorses Bryan and the Chicago platform The National prohibition convention met In Chicago Wednesday with 003 delegates representing 37 States Samuel Dickie was elected permanent chairman The platform deals solely with tbo prohibition question all other Issues being ignored President Me Klnloy and his administration are se verely arraigned A resolution Indors log womans suffrage was adopted by the convention Gen W H Gentry had a number ofI Goebel and antlGoebel men to dine with him at Lexington Including Gov Beckham and as f result It Is stated that an extra session of the Legislature will be called by Gov Beckham to re eal too Goebel Election law The tip that Bsckham will not watt for the democratic convention there In July to act Blackburn and McCrcary were to be present but did not attend Mr Yerkes is a director In the Lou isvllle Commercial one of the most blatant organs ol assassination in tbo State The Commercial has all along endorsed the course of Taylor now a fugitive from justice In another State theIkilled Ilopklnsville Kentuckian ExGov David R Francis of Mis sour and Congressman Joseph C SIb ley have bought 0000 acres of land in Dallas county Texas for Congressman Joe Bailey The land is worth COO 000 and they will give Mr Bailey 30 years In which to pay them back The tatter will take his string of trotters qow near Lexington to his farm in the Lone Star State ahd will do an exten sire breeding business The Stanford JoURNAL has contrib used to the coming Stato campaign 22 10 inch lyddite sbells to be tired at the republican candidate for governor whenever he shall appear In the public asking for election at the hands of Kontuckians In another column we publish these thunderbolts and suggest they be clipped out and kept for future reference No better campaign litera ture was ever condensed Into such brief space and If Yerkes Is not placed thereby In the middle of a of a fix we are certain his genteel exterior covers a heart of stone one fit for treasoq stratagems and spoils Rich mond Climax BRIEF NEWS NOTATION At Coney Island Uublln defeated Tom Sharkey after a bard fought bat tleThe Kentucky School of Medicine at Loulsylllo graduated 35 doctors TuesdayJohn Anderson of Chicago killed himself because his mother ln law call ed him a lazy devil Mrs Sallie Shackelford died at lza1etbtown aged 101 years eight months and one day Mobile comes to the front with a weather bureau record of 12 57 inches of rain la nine hours Drouth Is doing great damage to crops and causing much suffering among live stock in Arizona There Is anilIne Negro ip Elliott andncltlzebwDuring the week ending June 10 there were 10277 deaths from cholera In Bombay out of 15479 cases During u hailstorm in Idaho horses are said to have been knocked down killednTha Tennessee supreme court bolds that women may not practice law In any of the courts of that State Urbana 0 has a club of young men who swear they will kill themselves before they will do manual labor DrseCharles H Todd wbo made an assign ment atOwensboro may exceed 87o 000 The president had assigned Geo Caneroto command the American troops in China Just after being released from a long term In the Ohio penitentiary the not ed counterfeiter Mile Ogle died at Columbus Lightning struck the Louisville Trust building A hundred people in the utllces there were severely shocked bnt none seriously ISherllY Neal Morrison and two depu ties were shot und killed while pursu ing two men who had broken Jail at Arapahoe Oklahoma Congressman Grosveuor of Ohio will be the 4th of Jaly orator at the Lex ington Cbuuiauqua which is now open with Interesting programs each day Nine insurgent leaders including Gen Plo del Piiar have been released from prison at Manila upon taking the oath of allegiance to the United States It is said tnat the Chinese force about Pckln aggregates 360000 men armed with 220 sevencentimeter Creu sot guns 13 Krupp guns and 130 Max ims John W Gates the steel and wire magnate of Chicago recently lost 850 000 In a single sitting at baccarat in a gambling club on tbe Boulevard des Capuclnes In Boone county Sunday Mrs Wm A Askew and her twin maiden sister Miss Alwlda Mastereon celebrated tbe 70lh anniversary of their birth They have always lived together The latest news from China Is that Admiral Seymours column of interna tional marine which set out to relieve Pekln has been rescued by a forco unI der Russian command Another dis patch says the minister are safe Gregg and wife were arrest 1Edward W Va charged The basis of the charge Is that they failed to provide medicine for their sick child which died In con sequenceThe of health of Trenton N J has just adopted a new regulation which puts consumption In the list of contagious and Infectious diseases Hereafter it will be within the class that embraces diphtheria smallpox scarlet and yellow fever Mrs Deborah Putnam Campbell Gorin is dead at Glasgow aged 80 Sho was a great granddaughter of Gen Israel Putnam and a granddaughter of Col Sam Campbell one of the most prominent men In New York during the Revolutionary war Mrs Gorln was a lineal descendant of Bobt Bruce and a cousin of the present Duko of ArgyleIn on a bankrupt case U S Judge Baker at Indianapolis said that the bankrupt act was not framed for tbe purpose of preventing scoundrels dlscbariI s seems to have been framed with a stu dloui purpose to favor the scoundrel and swindler i CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Nino hundred have been added to the church under the preaching of O R Scovllle since January In last Christian Guide The Chinese boxers put a numbur of missionaries to death by tying thorn to trees with their thumbs and toes lashed together and after horribly torturing them cut out their bowels The American Methodists have 142 Missionaries In China the Presbyte rlans 200 and the American Board 110I Altogether there are probably 600 Protestants missionaries In the celes tial kingdom ADDITIONAL LANCASTEK Mr Jas Llttrcll one of Gurrarda safe cautious and reliable farmers was the victim of a confidence game worked by two men suppose to traveling with Sells tIGrays circus on Wednesday in the sumo of 8250 It eeema that they induc ed him to Invest that amount and as he had no returns he wont to Mt Ver non today Taureday hero the show will be to attempt to recover his mon eyHon W Br Smith was hero Thurs day reminding the boys of his candid acy for the democratic nomination for governor Squire J S Johnson has moved to his beautiful home on Richmond ave nue which he purchased of the Leave heirs Walby Allens store at KunlceAdalr county burned causing u 4000 loss Foxes are so numerous In Laurel that farmers can not raise turkeys Col Hill should go up Fuller fc Syinpson Lancaster mer chants have decided to quit business Mr Syinpson formerly lived here Russell Springs will hold its annual fair the ttrsi week In August and the Liberty band will furnish the music At the tineepaneau tiny sates Juuu U Madden laid 820000 for u yearling gelding by Hanpver out o Correction wnlle F R Hucneocic paid 814000 bur a yearling colt by Hanover out of Hol iday Oiner yearling cults uuu lithe too let ol Hunuver brought SJOw 47000 uuu eS50V wntle several brought as Digti as 5UOu WHEN Weather Prophet Mareh of Cincluoatt prtuicteu tout June w uiu ou extrcmeiy viei uuu sultry no bit the Duuoeyc We du nut remember ever hi Dave oeen us LUUCU Zulu m June nor perioun ul nitfber tem 1ruLqn la U IDUU cave Inca the macro out ol wau OLD MOCK WHISKY 0 Weatherford has a contract for IGeorgo AD SALE Of Old Mock Whit Icy In llmtouvllle Ky II C MOCK Danville ICy FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hone and Males constantly on band and for sale at till times W Logan Wood Man- agerFRITH HOTEL r F3ACISMProprleter AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY condderedIorteraweutallralm ellug men W S BEAZLEY Do DS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltallwd Air Physician In attend auce Once In tUe New Touu Hon lltllJiug lea Mason HotelHli U O HIMPSON Pror lnucuhiir t Kentucky Newly furuwiierl Cl raj Ordr BpltiidM Able Everything Srifclssa Porter neat all trains ftv NOTICE I Tho Stanford Produce Co Ina laid off for three months on account of the nmket be ing so dull They will not buy Iron rags poultry or produce of uny kind Ono of the proprietor of the Stanford Produce Co luu t returned from halt wore where he bought two cars of Oranlte- and MI mware whllh they wit scl It wjPle sale and acme retail aTANKOlU PKODfO CO J Gold and J IllckotT Implementstools vehicles call kinds sonewayofsaymO Itdoesittoolfce asmuch as use uafwears foemoutancJafewcenb invested in NCPWJII earn dollars Jn wearirl tapir expeosivenecessitieJ VIB MROJJRR1S Isucara WpRllltI1 CeIerWadtplrpon nON JAMES D BLACK- Of JTCnox County a candidate for the nomination for the ofllco nf Governor sub lect to the action of the Democracy RINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic rtyrlie solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES Iincnndldato fur Jailer of Lincoln Couitv partyFOR RENT The property at Oral Qrclmrd Intelv oc cupled Mr M A Singleton It Include- srtltldenclIluden pasture Ac Amtly tu 0 II Singleton Crib Orchard Ky PRtTITT BROS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOKELAND KY Quick 101 efficient attention la burial clrgnl new linim stock of Oatlloi Oiketi ItoliM Ac Intoitstn dock of Kurnllure nwq on hand lrlcn right J We PARKHILL M Dr HOMEOPATHIC PSTSI8IAN Dr Iarkhlll JiM bad 20 years experience In tho general practice of medicine and offers hw services to the public of Stanford lIuule1overhours from I to r SpecSALE 150 SUITS To Close Out At Below Cost To make ready for Fail Stock Now Is- Your Chance To get a Nice Suit of Clothes cheaper than you ever did before Cumnins a McClary Desirable Farm At Private Sale Desiring to change cllmato on account of my health I wl sell Bt private sale my farm of SJO acre In west Lincoln County Kentucky 2S miles Eat of Hmtoiivlllc and IK mile Went of McKlnniy on 0 8 K TnU farm and Improvements am among the beat In the Illue Grass region of Ken tucky The dwelling U a modern brick and frame metal roof containing 0 rooms with halls porch und verandah Outbuilding include two splendlP and commodlou barn with 21 box stall and abed room for Ico bousebuggyIiiouaesmeat house Include coal house poultry hours flower pit and good tenant houto of five room buildings urn In first elaa and comparatively new Nover falling orchard of bent variety of fruit The largerJOrtion of this farm Is fllIttclBSI Jand Abundance of never falling water four rock walled pond In addition to branch through one side of the place 200 acres of faun In blue grass or meadow with 50 here In wheat and carat fencing In excellent con dition and abundance quantity This farm Is In good shape for division If so desired as It lays almost In a square bounded on North East side lonvllle and McKlnnney Turnpike This homo and arm pine to bo seen to bo appro elated Any one wishing to secure u very desirable place will rarely meet with an to find this quality on the mar deslrlnltIon or address me at Hustonvllle Kv- I 8 JOHtffiTON flse Southern Mutual Investment Company Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Homo Offices Lexington Ucneral UffioM IxKiUrlllt Ky llranch Ollcei It Newport Ntwt Va Baltimore bId Pa Piid Ta Certificate 1t lon 29213225 PMSiiToBiMrT0Fandi950092 Ir WE SUBMIT Gracefully to the Inevitable We have only a few week left in which to move nn Immense stock of Summer and Hot Weather Goods I Wo realize that the volume of business that we must do In the next few weeks will have to be enormous to clean up the stock Prices will do It sad wo hue datcrmln od to sacrifice our enUre stock of hut wealher g- oodsSPECIALS 1 Full yard wide Percale dark and light pattern to select from Well worth lOc Our pricerrr 5C Apron check Gingham rruu a u J0 10 Yards of good Calico jjg 25 Dox Ladle Shirt Waists made of best Sea Island Percales and LawnaM48c Ladles Hlbbed eats 3 for irj0 A lllg Drlvlens blue Cottonade Pants tliii week olllI3lcThree spools of Machine Thread lOc Mens Elastic Scum Drawers worth 75o the world overScShoe Bargains One lot Ladles 12 50 Show in 2 anal 2 j to close for 60c One caw Ladles Tan Oxfords knits lion vetting top all leather ISc One case Ladles tan strap Sandals food style worth 1160 go for OOc Mens Plow Show 73c Mens all solid Dress Shoes 1110 Mens Tan Shoos worth fl30 only 03o Clothing Bargains Boys Knee Pants lOc Itoys Crash Knee Pants 16c Boys Linen Suits allor collar double breasted large pearl buttons worth f fiO only 75c- Itoyi Lloeu CoM well made 35o Mens Linen Suits Jl OS Mens black Worsted Pants OSc A big lino of f2 Pants left to close atlS3 Remember we are solo distributors of the celebrated Dutchess Trousers the bet pAnt In the world Everything in Mens Suite All grades trout J293 up Notions Furnishings Two bunchei finishing Itraid 6c- lllg Drive 10 doz Ladles seamless fast black laos worth lOc everywhere only 6c- Mens gray Cotton Hose 0 for fife 20 Dos Mens tan half hoe raercorloed and high colored heels and toes worth 25c our price 16o Mens fancy Ball Underwear wotth f only 4Sc per suit All colors in Mens Negligee Shirts Silk Madras or Percale fronts collars to inched or detached U3c to Sl Five dox Shirt Walt full quality r imlly only 73c Ladies Ready to Garments Ladies Linen Skirts trimmed In while Tape giving nice ellct only Wo Ladles blue duo Skirts nicely trim rncil only 7oc Ladies Itough CrASh Skirts the proper thing only two A YERLadys Skirt stylish Shirt Waist Sailor nat and Fan forMf1 23 We have bought Hunting Gar the 4th of July in such quantities that we are able to supply all parties at wholesale prices Louisville Store Weara a FL SHLINGER BROS PRORS T T3 RANEY MGB Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres DIMutualOf Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 Assets G91197177S Liabilities 0181070721 Surplus 502509322T- he Best Policy The lest Company Annual Dividends Before placing your ap pllcatlcatlon for Life Insurance see RoE MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky esrllcferences Our Policy Holders orSt S Mis II III SO S OISSSS Ski LINE OF S- CLOTtIFGS For Men Itoys and Children frrODD PHNTS K SPECIALTY 146 See our Line of Custom Made Panto at f260 to 425 per pair W E PERKINSCrabS Ky GET READY FOR THE FAIRS Patent Leather Shoes in Calf and Ideal Kid Button and Lsce Pearl Hat or Straw either will bo suitable Negligee Shirt with Imperial Tie We can furnish you these and please you See themtCALDWELL LANIER Danville The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House of Danville THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY IThis Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky been re J equipped Anastlgtnat Lenses the now discovery in optical icienco I wish to say to too Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of the very Latest Designs it JVJouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality beforehave to be seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the photograph to the mOst paintings Among the lot is the New French leur De mouldlug8 spociallq for suitable pictures Embroidered Mats French Colors and aU p cares that roo wire a dainty When In Dauville call and see us and get our prices ties will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky a t T k THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE 29 It 00 om E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER Tim bOlt rautorlnU combined with skill and accuracy Insure good carol tll No other methods are ovo used In our prescription work Ponn Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP MRS J A UENDREN Improving at Joseph Price Infirmary t BELL ENULEMAN of Danville wile the guest of Dr W N Craig JOHN U SHANKS Is spending a few days with friends at Lexington Mils G F GooCII of the West End was the guest of Mrs J T Jones Miss MAKY CoNicwniaiiT of Win cheater le with Mr S S Yantls- Ktl IflrtJwM Ro1IINsoN of Gar card is at Joseph Price Infirmary hIts R II CROW and children are visiting relatives In Bowling Green Miss SOPHIA McCoitMACic of Hue tonvlllc Is visiting Miss Hattie FowI lerMiss KATHBRINB BAUGIIMAN Ie attending the Cbautauqaa at Loxlng ton FliANK JONES now a fullfledged drummer Is with his brother John P Jones Mas JESSE TRAYLOR of Corbin Is with her parents Mr and Mrs W P White Mjss GEORGIA LEWIS will go to Lexington today to attend the Chau tauqua slits Joh ZIMMERMAN of Cannot ton Ind is visiting her daughter Mr C E Cox- LlliKltTV GREEN of Lexington is spending a few days with Wlnfred Portmbo BOIL to the wife of Hugh ilagan ofI Corbln a eon Pap Orodorff Is now a grandpapMiss HAUOHMAN of DoyleI is with Mesdames W D McKlnney and W II Weorcn Miss MAUl FIELD of Lexington IB visiting Misses Ophella Lackey and Sallie Given UKOIIUU H EVANS will be appointed general manager of the L ft N succeeding J G Metcalfe Du H H LEWIS of Wlldle a good friend of this paj cr was a passenger on Tuesdays Southbound train C P WARE of Somerset brought bit daughter Miss Daisy up to spend the summer with Mr Middleton Lynn lIDS G A LACKEY left this morn log for St Lout to visit his sons He will likely go to Kansas Cltr during tue convention Mn AND MRS P M VBST oftho Southern Had took the train hero for Whitley county where Mr Vest Is In treMed In timber LITTLE Miss MARY CROW of Louis Title arrived yesterday to spend tboI summer with her grandparents MrI and Mrs O J CrowIRuiiEiiT WILKINSON of New Deca tur Ala who has just returned from the Paris Exposition Is with his broth er Edgar WllklnonIMil J r CONWAY family pII Wichita Kansas will arrive at flue tonville in a few days to visit the tam ily of Mr Samuel Ron BcrniER ADAMS of Ilustonvlllc was hero Wednesday telling bis friends about a tine daughter that arrived ins house a tow days since MRS GKOHGE S SIIHLIIY wont to Louisville this week to sue her eon Steele who is there under medical treatment and who Is doing welt MRS C W HOFFMAN and daughter hud Mrs J W Ulanrtok and daughter of Louisville will arrive Saturday toI visit Miss Salllo Dudderar and Mrs W Hamlllon- MESSRS WM MILLER J W aodI C C McWhorter G R Jeter Coulter and Jason Wesley were bore Wednesday and most of them saw tho bloomer ball game THE Advocate says tbat Mr n C Bright has fully decided to move to Louisville this fall whore he will ac cept a flattering offer from the Fulton Conway Hardware Co MRS DR E G DICK and daughters Misses Helen and Jean who have been in Illinois for tho last two monthshayo returned to Crab Orchard Springs and were hero Tuesday MESSRS A A McKINNEy Sit and Jr were up from Danville yesterday The old man has gained 20 pounds since bo gave up the bardwork of the bank for the soft snap In the collectors ofI ficeMR AND MRS JAMES O GnissoM gave a social and Ice cream supper laltI Wednesday evening lu honor of MissI Gallic Horton of Stanford and Miss Conover of Horse Cave Tho young people of the neighborhood had a delightful time Columbia News MESSRS GEOHOE D WKATHERFOHD t and Juno H Reid of Hustonvlllc were hero Wednesday getting special prem fume for tbo fair Aug 1 Sand Sand in cidentally took In the bloomer ball i game lumsIThey got nearly 8200 In prem JUDGE J W was tfug the week aiding Judge Brown in drafting a suit which the latter intends soon to tile restraining Mr J n Wilson from Interfering with blmC in the otllclal discharge of his dutlesI J London Echo 29th HON HARVEY HELM will leavo forI the Kansas City convention Sunday morning to help nominate Bryan HoI Is a little dubious of Hill for vice presI ident as ho remembers tbo evils resulted In a race In this State by a candidate who repudiated the platI formILOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work FIRE WOHKB of kinds 4th ofI July at Dexter BALLODS HAVE your picture made on the 4t It Miss Sacrays + DAHOAINB In Ice Chcstt and RefriR orator at Warren tt Shanks JCELA Peerless Freezers for quick freezing Geo H Farris ft Co Oint mcrchani only give 14 jeans- of granulated sugar for 81 now Gameyhens stags TUB iNTKnion JOUKNAL 23 col atone twice a week only 81 per year IT has rained ovary day this week and the signs are good for more today Mounts FKEB tolls ua that he will have thrco floats in the parade on the 4th PRESS FOR SALENew 14x22 Gor don threes for sale cheap Address W P Walton You Bro cordially iteto be on hand July 4th aad enjoy tho day to tho fullest extent Everything free DONT miss those bargains on the 6c counter this week 71 and IDa Lawns and Dimities In these Severance Sons FOR buegy and wagon tires rims and spokes barbed and smooth wire all sizes at rock bottom prices go to Hill Beck FoRRtNTStorehouao InMoroland 22x02 now small dwelling attached Beat stand in town J W Huston Moreland Iy TilE Odd Fellows here elected A D Parsons N G William Hamilton V 0 A A Warren sec JL B Mershon trcas and J T Harris host Tim tux books aro now ready and those who desire to pay will please call at my olllco and do as It will bo gladly received SI Owens Don PRATIIEK ored was held over to circuit court In 850 In Judge CartoOn court for having in his possci slon a hog belonging to J U Baugb manBALLThe McKinney cracks will play tho Stanford team on the grounds hero tomorrow afternoon Higgins and Everett will bo Stanfords battery and Florence will play third THE war In China seriously In lorfcrrcd with the ginseng trade and reduced the price very materially The Chinese aro the only users of tbo root which to them is a cure all NOT DEAD Henry Logan colored went to Louisville to hunt for his wife whom bo feared was dead but he found her alive and all right wltb the exception of being dead broke FINED Mack was fined I2fi and given 10 days In jail In Judge Bat leys court yesterday for carrying con coaled weapons He was held over to next circuit court for carving Tine Bright alto colored with a razor Mil J D BASTIN brought In for tno 4ih of July museum a bullet and a grape snot picked up on the battle fled at Buena Vista by Mexican War Veteran John U Dickinson who vory feeble Rod not expected to live very long TilE friends of George W Carson of Turnersvillo who lost his house by tire some months ago have built him a omfortable homo on tho silo and the old gentleman Is as happy as mortals get lo be He was In town yesterday shaking hands with his friends and re cotving congratulations THE directors of the HUltoollIe fair have decided to furnish advertising space to those who give special prem lame for Instance those giving 810 or snore will haven page and contributors of 85 or snore a half page and 60 on The catalogue will be out In a week or 10 days and It will be chuck full of libteral premiums Mom BltAINS AT TUB WRONG END A reader of the Climax In Uockcus tie sends us word that ho reads tbo Climax except when wo print Ten Minutes Wltb Walton For It then he has no use He says ho always stamps his feet upon the INTERIOR Jot 1mNAL whenever be sees a copy In which case be has morn brains under his shoes than under his hatC E Woods THE younger set greatly enjoyed the party given by Miss Peal Burnside at tbo Myers Houso Tuesday evening In honor of her niece Miss Mattie Hays Oweloy of Columbus Ga Some 25 couples attended who In numerous ways Including dancing wiled tho happy hours away Refreshments which wero prepared under the direc tion of Mrs M C Burnside who is a postgraduate In tho culinary art were nicely served and partaken of with relish The guest of honor did herself proud and added to her already long list of friends TILE bloomer girls drew like a circus they put up a good game of ball beating our cracks 10 to 5 It developed however that only live girls played one was sick tho short stop was a boy disguised and the pitcher and catcher were moo Thero were people hero from the salt works bald heads and gray ones coming from a long distance to sea how girls would look In tbo reg ulatlon base ball suit Tho show was hardly worth the money and time but everybody seemed to enjoy the novel performance So far us wo could learn the girls were on their good behavior gavo no cause for any ovll talk about them Goo L Penny umpired the game most satisfactorily The only kick came from a bloomer girl whoj afterwards proved to be a man and she would have gotten kicked If bee sex bad been known In time t INICf line of Fresh Cokes at Warren IL Shanks WITHEUB Furniture Exposition will begin July 4th Dont fall to call In JONES is having a rousing solo 0 lawns this week two more days bUrr if you want any eTito merchants have begun to dree- their windows for tho glorious 4th th one of Jno P Jones being especially attractive A MAN named Carroll will bo tried for lunacy today He was brought here from the West End where his actions caused his arrest THOSE papers that publishing a list of fairs and have Hustonvlllo July 25 three dayswill please change tho date to Aug lthree davs and oblige the association and this paper Tim taking of the census will be concluded tomorrow If you have been missed orknow any one who has been report to this odlce at once and we will see that you are counted THE balloon ascension and parachute delcen lon next Wednesday tbo 4th is a certainty Prof Clmlottl was hero this week and left his balloon outfit with President Will Severance FAST living and dissipation has re duced Cora Van Tassel tho pretty ac tress who once appeared here to an Inebriate and she was put In jail at Lexington Wednesday for drunken ness THE Presbyterian ladles will serve a lunch on the 4th of July In their church yard beginning about 11 oclock A nice sandwich and hot coffee for lOc Ice cream and cake for ICc or both for 25c They ask a liberal pa tronage for a good cause A NEW company of 50 State guard was mustered in at London yesterday with n M Jackson captain C G Cornett first lieutenant and Hennan Huge second lieutenant The compa ny Is composed largely of energetic and educated young men and will make a fine showing when on duty A itElOHT from Louisvillecomes via Cincinnati that the republicans will call off their gubernatorial convention as there is only one candidate and have the committee name John W Ycrkes for governor Speaking of Mr Ycrkes reminds us that to this good hour be DOS not answered a single one of the 22 pertinent Iterrogatorles propounded to him by this paper Gnat= GOLDEN an assassination sUtI poot was arrested In Knox and taken to Frankfort The olllcers got oil with him before ho could institute habeas corpus proceedings and passed heroi with him yesterday In great shape The Louisville Post has a cock and bull story that Golden says be was of fered money to confess and hang Tay lor and dn the republican party but what Is published in that organ of assassination can generally be put down aiupiruo IN the circuit Joseph Ryan an Irishman was tried Wednesday for carrying concealed weapons He zone arrested for whipping his Brother and on being searched before being put in jail a razor was found wrapped up InI paper In his pocket The jury did not think It a deadly weapon undo the circumstances and acquitted him Ry an acted as his own lawyer in the case Tho case of D C Slpples vs J W McWhorter for 8265 1C amount claim ed to be due from sale of Und occupied the court Wednesday and part of yes lerday and resulted in a verdict for tbo plaintiff of 810016 Ho was represent ed by P M McRoberts Esq and the defendant by Messrs George E Stone and J B Paxloh The suit had been pending for several years THE last jury case was that ot B PtBuck against J D Daulton for slander Daulton was alleged to have said hat Buck swore to a lie Duck brought suit for 85000 and a jury yesterday gave him 8100 Tho juries were finally discharged yesterday but tbo court will not ad journ till Saturday The trustee ofI the jury fund had no money to pay iho jurors FORTYFIVE per availed them selves of Mr and Mrs J M Alversons Invitation to spend Wednesday eve ning with them and they bad every reason to be glad that they did for nothing was left undone to add to their pleasure by the young couple who de light to dispense hospitality to their friends Tho lawn was lighted with Japanese lanterns and the house bril liantly illuminated Mr and Mrs Alverson Misses Sue Rout and Pearl Burnside Dr A S Price and Jack Rout received and entertained Mrs Dr J M Black and Miss Bruce Wearen served frappe sad the elegant refresh ments were served tetealete wherever the couples were found The happy party broke up about 1230 and It was the unanimous verdict that Mr and Mrs Alverson had laid them under looting obligations for an evening long to bo remembered The following were present Misses Pearl Burnelde Lena Bruce Mattie Hays Owsley Suo Rout Annie Belle Woods Dollie McRoborts Fannie Shanks Sue Wllllo Hale Alllo Fish Mary Saunders Tovls Carpenter Bettlo Rochester Lola Matthews Sallie Lyon Annlo Evans Bright Janlo Wearen Katherine Baughman Bruce Wearen Stella Ballou Margaret Mil ler Martha Clay Mrs J M Black Messrs C B Owens Rowan and Geo Sautley James Engloman Robert T Bruco Jack Rout Homer Wray Asbby Warren Ream Leachman George B Ellis W B Bayless Forrest McClary Walter Walker Bowen VanArsdale S Price George H Farris R A Jones Hill Spaldlng W S and S J Embry John H Shanks John S Baugbman Ernest Warren EcolloIllys The difference of cost between a good and a poor baking powder would not amount for a familys supply to pne dollar a year The poor powder would cost many times this in doctors bills Royal Baking Powder may cost a little more per can but it insures perfect wholesome food In fact it is more economical in the end be ause it goes further in leavening and never spoils the food Royal Baking Powder used always in making the biscuit and cake saves both health andmoney You cannot if value good health afford to use lowgrade alum baking pow theydotell you that alum in food is poisonous ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK NICE line of Ranges four ditTennt styles cheap G H Farris it Co NEW Wash Good athmats and fancy plaid linens for Sofa cushions J P Jones NOTICE Your city tnxs for tI e year 1000 are due Settle by July 1i L R Hughes collector STORE your whe wintbat 1 cent per bushel per month and stet the benefit of any advance J H Baugbman A CotTHE Fellows London will gl e picnic July 4 and yesterday W D Weaver chairman of the committee on preparation wrote to Mr A C Sine to secure for the occasion here gallons of ice cream which rather snore than taxes John Meiers capacity LAND AND STOCK Family horse for sale John Cook Stanford July wheat closed at 80 in Chicago yesterday Fon SALEGood cow and pigs R 3 Mahony E P Woods bought 104 lambs of Bird Matheny for 1 410 H C Dalton of Boyle sold to W A Penn mixed cattle at 823 Nearly 200 mares have been served L Shelby TevU stock farm John Thompson bought in Casey and Pulaskl a bunch of hogs at 4c A C Dunn bought B DJHollzclaws prop of wheat 1000 bushels G5c FOR SALE Two highgrade cows with young calve R H Crow Shelby City FOR SALE Four twoyearold steers 7 milk pows and barrels of corn Jos BallouaR E Sallee sold to J H Baughman Co bis crop of wheat about 400 bushels at 75c- Wilkinson C White have bought 400 ewes and lambs in the last few days tt an average of 83 William Dodd of Hustonvllle has engaged Roy S Beazley to handle his saddler Roy knows bow O P Huffman bought of W C My ers a bunch of heifers at 3ic and ol W B McKlnney one at the same At Louisville a hogshead of tobacco sold at 810 making the record price for the ISODcrop It was Woodford county leaf Lutes C Co havo bought In the last few days sheep 35 fat ones of Geo Carter at 3c They also bought two cars of timothy hay from him W J Jones sold to Shelby Raeon a lot of twe year old steers at 825 Light ning killed two valuable mules for Te tone Dodson Wayne County Record It Is claimed that the Dakotas which usually produce from 200000000 to 250000000 bushels of wheat will ony yield 20000000 and 35000000 respect- Ively Charles Lutes of Lutes Cobought In Case 100 stock hogs at 3 to 4c Be sold to D M Llppa ft Co 35 hogs at 4o and bought three back for August de livery at 440- Anderson ft Splllroan bought this morning of George Harmon his crop of wheat consisting of 4000 bushels at SOle and half of the rise on July 10 Danville News A dispatch from Winnipeg Man says of 1800000 acres under wheat 1000000 acres will never bo cut Raise can not now change a stunted crop alx to eight inches high and a small head into a crop No wonder horses bring good price whether they are thoroughbreds or plain every day hacks In South Africa alone 150000 wero used for military purposes and they must bavo cost la all not far from 820000000- A syndicate of farmers hero yoster day opened bids made on 20000 bushels of wheat by three firms the highest to take It James Collier bid 77c Claude Ratllff Carlisle 77ic John Peed and George Baird for Tabb of Mt Step ling 731c Mlllersbur0 C i Paris News ir oN POSTED 1eoiDgofinr kind no It VIIatnrwill Iw lunUhtsl tuthtruUexttntoflbeliir M FhLAND Cum firan 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 retort Write for catalogue DOlt further particulars J B 0VENSMn Parkere Lake Kyl The GreenStore HUSTONyiLLS New Stock of Dry Goods NotionsGents nishing Goods ShoesClothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before recent advances and consequently the prices are lower than other stocks bought since goods went up See my new line of Hoi Veatber Clothing Low Gut Shoes and Straw Hats JAMES FRYE THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Kyt The most centrally located aud only FIFS2CLASS lintel In the city making a 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pees the door to all parts of the City Bvervlhing neat and clean Our Ice returned if we fall cue tending sketch and description ol any Invention will receive our free concerning the patentability of same How to Obtain a Talent tent upon request Patents secured through ui advertised for tale at our Patents taken out through ua receive special notice without IATEKT RECORD JournAlIBM Building WASHINGTON D I Have Located in Stanford on DapotSt Near Min for the purpeee of s Uiugl Seco9d J1arJd fy flew alotl1ifg At BARGAIN PRICES I am selling Clothing Cheaper than it was eelsold In the town of Stanford before I also carry a Complete Line of Gents Furnishing Goods Come and Got My Prices THE CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE IF YOU AREThrough painting your house hanging your curtains washing your windows piper Ing fee leiue RETURN OUR STEPLADDER And Oblige Higgins McKinney P S oho bring our Monkey Wrench Screw Driver Hatchet Hammer and Saw with you i Comfort I Is What You Want This Hot Weather Then Go To H J McRobertsFor that Golf Hat latesl thing out Lmen Hat Straw Hat A Cool Soft r Silk Or Madras Shirt Low Cut Shoes and Serge Coals and Vests FIFTY PIECES CHOICE LAINS Our offering in this weeks GREAT CUT PRICE SALE I All Fresh Nw an just in season You have ben reading about Great Redno tons onsutnmer goods but If you a ant to lee some Genuine Bargains pike oUr i Corded Taffeta Lawns Flowered Organdies Figured Dimities And Silk Organdies la solid colors Come early and you will find just what you want at a Genuine Bargain JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad eplenishedt Is our stock i f Su tm r Weirs for Ladies New Wash Goods Ties Fans Bolts c Beside our stock rf staple goods is very com pete We have excellent assortments of SHADES AND CURTAINS Lnens Hosiery Glove Co set Undfwer Shoes and Slippers In f tcy yuu can find ALMOST ANYTHING I In Ladies wear at SEVERANCE A SONS Opposite Court House u J A ALLEN A CO Contractors Arid Builders STANFORD KY taro now u complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pine Flooring CeilIng Doors sash Blinds 1 of Dressed and Rough Lumber Uoofingi Lo cast Posts 4c Wa make estimates on any klud of work wanted Office opposite DrL CouksrI 1 TH INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the postojjlce at Stanford at tt90 d clau rnaUt- rmb2Sahd TnsT ncSFriday at- a 1 PER YEAR CASH will be chartedWhen not ao paid S300 KNOXVILLEwDIVISIONt It Train going North u ll 581D 2 a m 1OJ South 12 S5 2Ju i Jt32pm ForatiIPIDttK- ENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 2t ArrrlTes at Stanford at lOS x No Leaves Stanford at 210 X on Arrltf al Iowl nd at 1200 DIY o22 Leaves StaffOrd a t 180 r QUEEN CRESCENT i Trains Rolng South pane Junction City No oca not Hop No 8 1160 r x Nay 1122 At r 11I doing South No 2t doctut stop No 34 No 6121 P x 4o lo a x FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI MI Trains bate Frankfurt at 080 X 8W P aDd t r Mconnecttnt Otonwtown with the AC Hamming IeaePulaat930A34aod840- gP nkfuri after connecting with Q stdt at 1120 01 915 r Ji train rave forOmrceron at 115 r J n NEWTON U P A SOUTHERN RfllLWftY IN KENTUCKY i Coaltaad Sefcsisl la Iffwt Hty to 1100 o iTrot Na No a N01- T Louisville 745mm 400paa 74Spm 9rrmYIQO4pmIAtWISTBODHD Ly Leafs 7Sam 495pm lvm- Ar Versailles 755am 501pm am Ar Larcncebc 830am JJpm i3am i Ar SbelbTtlll 91tam 415pm a9Oam Ar LOQKTille ia Mm 74Opm 780im aAITBOCRp WEJTBOUSn- KO ItlNo ltl TATIOK NO N014 R1ami400pm 746arolLr IxinlrrllAt74Opm ia40am IJOpm ia mlAr liurcln LT 480pm 7 bran BASTBOUND WUTBOUlDj No 15 tNa 7i err n01lS 400pm Lout rtl Ar lo4 tD 7 ia- kRpm tMMntlr Khellrril An VtOam 6ttpm- 147pm 1O2Im LT VenUe Ar TMom KOSpra 340pmltNa KAsmopmv LlfNa 5 CTATlDirs WSTDOUCDI 746am 400pm LT IxniUrtl A 1Q4lam 740j n Wp LT Venllra Ar 7S am ropm ILOEUml 7a6pra NtchlTtll At lWam Ufpm II Ipm kltparArKlehmodL a05am al0p- mIpm IrTtn LT LUpm TAiloltiL No LNa T LoUkYIUe74am 74pm- iAr LexlBjrVra 7A0pm1 tOiSpm Ar KnozTll 74T am Ar Aaherllhi VIOam Idjira MNaraIL v Cbattanoocm lOSpm 62wm- Ar Atlanta taiSpm llviam Ar Macon 4liM m SKpm Ar RSOnm talk pm Lv CbattanooxaI MOpm Quern Ar ll4Sam Ar DtrminrhamI1Oepm 30vn Ar No X through sleeping ear Loulavlll to flit mlnsbam via exlncton and Chattanooga Na tree observation coalrcar Loulvlll4 to LexlnltonINa ft free observation chair tar Lexington it Loulnvlllr Nfli xrerplnetar Btrmlntticm to Loulsvlll via Lcxlneton All trains between Louis rllK Lt ilncton and Burrin dilly Between Vrnallln and Georgetown Nos and dally JJos 87 an4 dallyexctpt Sunday Between Veniallles Nlcholaavdle Itlch mond and Irvine dally except SuodItDally except Sunday Other trains dilly FSOANl Ol3d VPkGM J M CULFT M Washington D C Washington DG WATCIIKOPA VuHTATtx KAU TA Wa hlugUu D Q Loulavllle Ky Half Rates to- Cincinnati July 101112i t Round trip tickets will be on sale Tb Jhattanooga and the Queen t Crescent Itoute from all point South lo Dnclnnati and return one fare for Ibe round trip on the dde named TberduadrateaareCD account of an anal conrentlun B Y P Uo- fAmerica The return limit are Ilterai Write lor furtbtr particulars lie sun your ticket Trade over the Jucn it intsent lion e It Is mile sbvrter than any other line from Chattanooga Atlanta aod thi south Its sclirtlultw are Iltf nnrk st Ht ulli Mnlce II r100ullb ttlenoyryw- here sa tbe loftct in the South HTO Itlneanonn r iunnnati L MIlcbeK V f A Chattsuooga will be lad to send you fr printed matter other lofuriiiatloc o BETWEEN LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE TOT CaliforniaAND VAST NORTHWEST Two trains doily ticipt Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNIPN STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO I s Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawit gRifurnSlcpers TEo II 1J4CON D IrtNiW cot lth and 1trket gta IoiiUvJl 1lt W rlre4 Hard ter It You aem to hate quite a sum fa jour bank Bobby remarked Ute vis tor IYH sold Bobby ma gives me cents a week for coming to the with clean hands and face lien Ten cent is a good deal of money a little boy to earn every week Yes maam but I have to de a large amount of work for ItClnoln- nati Enquirer llnlfrriee- The census cfllclal was very much perplexed over the lists from a rural township I dont understand this at all he satti referring to the long lit of ages Why every boy nnd girl In the place is rated under nine years of age I can explain matters spoke up his assistant You tee the census was taken the same day the circus was in town Chicago Dally News tier Approval What do you think of my new hat said Willie Wishington as he exhibited a low crowned affair with a twist of gaudy material around it I like it very much answered Miss Cayenne The wearing of it is an other glad assurance that this is a free country where people may do anything they choose so long as its harmless Washington Star Feminine Electioneering I thought you saidyou never again would elect her president of your club he suggested after she had told him all about the result of the- club election Well we didnt intend to she replied but when she broke down and cried we Just couldnt help itChis- ago Post That Wa Unreasonable atlengtbIwould give me the proper sort of guar anteeIll give you every guarantee in rea son said the agent What do you wantr I wish you to guarantee that It will spell correctly Town Topics No Fan tar the Puree Did you go to the girls college benefit supper major Yes little gal They say it was a circus major No it want little gal If it had only been a circus I could have bought a bag of randd peanuts for a nickel instead of paying W cents for a ball of burnt popcorn Chicago Daily Newe A Ladys Mal- dBstreeeWhy did you leave your last situation New aJdTo tell the truth it was too uninterestingnot a dispute not a scandal I am accustomed to live in the very best families and I could not endure the bourgeois atmosphere N Y World In Confldracr Old FriendYou should always take your wife into your confidence Wom en appreciate that sort of tying De Broker Oh I do that that is In part Old Friend You tell her of your gains and losses I presume De DrokcrUmI always tell her of my lossesN Y Weekly Mental Telepathy He heard a soft voice In the atr Which told him he must foUoir where It led hIm to her door and lot She entertain another beau Indianapolis Journal FTIOM HIS POINT OF VIEW lommy Pop wharfs a Papa IIenpecl A fooL bJgamlstI Globe Democrat The Story act Love Love is an old old rtoiy Out neer was a mortal who Hath not at some time told It And thought It was something new Chicago TimeaUeruld GottlaK Even with Slim I would die for her exclaimed the accepted lover enthusiastically I can readily understand onI swered the rejected one that that might be prcfernWeto living with her Chicago Post Oared Pier Why is your wife silent nowadays- when she to hello talkative I let her read a philosophical treatise on the garrulity of old age N Y World natlrelr Free from Illame Onehalf the world doesnt know how the other half lives declared a notorious female scandalmonger That isnt your fault quietly observed one of her auditors TitBits In Danger Sirs Brooks John do you think Mr Joblotz is going to marry our daugh terMr Brooks Yes if he doesnt look sharp Puck A Combination First Donrdrhot de you call this I wonder natural milk or natural waterSecond hoarderBothYonkers Herald CARD p THANKS I with to say that 1 feel under lusting obligations for what Chamberlain Cough Remedy has done for our family We have used It in many casts of coughs lung trouble and whooping cough and it has always given the most perfect utisI faction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and with thallk1ReppectfuUy Jews For ssto by Crnlc fe Hocfcrr J A COSTLY RABBIT history of the Jlot Eipenclv Cottontail Tfcal Ever Wa i heard Of The most expensive rabbit on record said a well known river man re lates the New Orleans TimesDemocrat lived and is probably still living on a big sugar plantation in Jefferson par ish No I am not joking I am in dead earnest The place I refer to is owned by an old friend of mine and is one of the finest on the whole river It has been worked of late years almost en tirely by Italian labor and the foremen have had n good deal of trouble in coping with some of the racial pee culiarities of the hand Among other things they were exceedingly fond of wild game of all kinds and had an cape cial and particular liking for rabbits The consequence was that whenever a cottontail would be scared up in the field the entire gang would drop their hoes and dart in pursuit The Italians were good sprinters and the rabbit was generally caught but every episode of that kind meant the loss of at least Plnntattonllandfrequent that the foreman finally realized he would have to take drastic measures to stop them Accordingly he put all hands pn notice one morning that the next man who stopped work to run after a rabbit would be docked U pay About an hour afterward a fine bunnle leaped suddenly out of a furrow and started across the field Instantly the cry went up and 250 Italians went galloping In pursuit After the fugitive had for a wonder ttbaedIgood as his word and that lone ra bltI which they didnt get cost the tans exactly 1250 Itwas the last ever chased on the plantation When one appears at present the swarthy labor ers look wistful but keep on hoeing You costa too mucha mun they say sadly i SAVED BY A FRENCHMAN low the Prince of Wales Wa Rr cued from the Late AttemptedI The credit for saving the life of the prince at the recent attempt to lIMns einate him at Brussels rightly belongs to M Louie von Mol a young rarlslan law student aye the New York Jour- naL XL Yon Mol says I had just- alighted from the train coming from Liege which reaches Brussels At five oclock when I heard that the prince of Wales Wall hi the station and I went into the carriage to see his royal high neen and bow to him I saw a servant aUght from the carriage then an the train was starting I perceived n young man springing upon the footboard and holding something in his hand I at first thought that It was the servant returning but all at once there came the report of a firearm I sprang upon the malefactor caught him with one hand by the throat and with the other disarmed him W rolled upon the ground Aa I picked myself up an ins dividual tried to seize the revolver I heldtn order to claim the honor of having apprehended Sipido and an al tercation then ensued with the result that the police came up and on seeing that I held the revolver and that my hand was covered with blood from ah injury I had received in my fall at once arrested me Fortunately the confusion did not last long but in the course of it I was brutally ill treated by the police At last seeing their mistake they wished to apologize tome but I refused to accept their ex cuses until the things I had lost in the scuffle an umbrella and a pair of gloves were returned MUD HEN EGGS FOR CHICAGO Indnctrr not little Known a Jlonej Producer forIlnntera of Itarrnu county Green river hen fruit will soon begin to make its appearance in Chicago This to an Illinois product of which Chi cagoans partake without knowing what they are eating Green river hen fruit is the egg of a mud hen Mud hen Is the common name of the Amprl can coot or Virginian rail says a Chi cago paper During the month of May is the busy season of the mud hen likewise of the individuals who make n living robbing her neat The liens in large numbers frequent the o 1 h ell of the Green and Illiiijols rivers They nest in swarms on bunches of drift and here they are easily found by the egg hunters who find a ready market in Chicago for nil Iof their offerings A Green river hunter last year gathered 1000 dozen eggs in threeweeks clearing SCO for his labor The price last year netted six cents a dozen Nearly all of the eggs are taken in Bureau county They are coated in the same manner as the product of the barnyard fowl and are sold to restaurant men and confectioners It said to be an easy matter for an egg hunter acquainted with the haunts and habits of the mud hen to take from 500 to 800 dozen eggs in a single season- Town Too Vnlnutile to Live In A gold mine has been located on one of the streets of Keswick Shasta county Cal and there are indications of an oil vein in another The popu latlon will soon have to move away The town is altogether too valuable merely to be lived In 1InIShot Dead lijr a Dead After the battle of Bplon Kop a Britishsoldier wa found dead with his finger on the trigger of his rifle A Boer who attempted to take the rifle out of his hands was shot dead by n slip of the dead mans finger 1STORY OF A SLAVE and foot rut years by the cbalnsof dUeatcIs the wont fart of slarerr Ucorgf H William uf Marrlieiltr JIUh tel s hn such a slato was made free lie says Mr wife hat teen so belrlMs for lIe years sea could not turn Cretin bed stone Alter using bottles ufKlectrlo Hitters sbels wonderfully Iiu prurrd and able lo do her nwu work This su 1renie remedy for erode dUtttes quickly cur n rTonin ss slf lessnes nielancholr headache backeheIalntinganti il This lOin tle orklll medicine la a golsegd to weak sickly 01111IIITbere bave been 25 Inches of rain i i ai Birmingham Ala where normal annual precipitation Is but 4r inrb 8kin Tortured Babies AND TIRED MOTHERS Find Comfort in Cuticura INSTANT RELIEF and refreshing sleep for Skin tortured Babies and rest for Tired Mothers in a warm bath with CUTICURASOAP and a single anointing with CDTICUIU the great skin cure and purest ofemollients This is the purest sweetest most speedy permanent and economical treatment for torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair of infants and childrenIMillions of Mothers Use Exclusively for prc crvlnir purifying ami beautifying the ikln for cloantln the walp cruets scales and dandruff and tlio stopping of falling hair for fottonlnjt whitening otIsoothing red rough and sore hand In the form of baths fur annoying Irritation matlons and ctiMlngs or too frc or offensive pcreplratlon In the fonn of waolic ulcerative weaknesses and for many tauattTO antiseptic purposes which rcaillly themselves to women aol especially mother and for all the purposesi tf the toilet UltltetII anti nursery No amount of persuasion can tmluco those whohave once m oil It to other especially for preserving and purifying tho akin scalp and hair of lofllo children Ctrricuiu SoAr combine Ocllcato emollient propcrtle derived from Cert CCJU the great akin cure with tho of the roost refresh Ing of flower odors No other medfaledsoaporercompoundedistobecompatciwith It for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin Pall haIr and foreign or domestic MM soap however expoheII to be compared with It for all the purpose of the toilet bath and nursery Thus It combine In OXB SoU At ONC PlUCE TIM TvrzxTTriT CENTS the licsr tUn and complexion soap the liEU toilet and lirst baby soap In the worldICOMPLETE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TRtArMCNT FOR EVeRY HUMOR Bold thronubont the world PnicxTui BrrU24 or6oAr28eOtxrxrsvtOoItriot iOo roTTis Daco Curx Coat Bole lropa Dawn Mas USA Horn to Curt Every llamor free Knowi i That we 1iint Every Thing from a Visiting Cuid to a Circus Poster but you Dont Know How good and cheapwe do- d unless youre teen our eaui pies and gotten our jui ces Write or rail if youro getting short on ttaiioueri E C WALTON Stanford t JULY n 1900 SUN tN rriii tlAl FRI SAT I 2345 6 T g Q IO II i 62 S3 14 H5 HQ 17 11i 19 2O 21 22 23 20 25 2627 2S 29 30 31 16 traMaivtrywetkday 4 tralna on Sunday 1111rIU grA- 1aIalL To INDIANAPOLIS i Four Fast Trains TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS worst 4 trains wry weekday 3 traIns oiyStaiday- rullman and Wagner Sleepers on night trains Vestlbulcd Parlor Gars on day train s =s 4 tralnt every 3 trains on SundayTo CHICAGO II Vcstlbuled trains Standard and Compartment I Sleeping Cars Parlor Cars and Cafe Dining Cart = Mi =pp1I lI t U Crot cr ra MnAe SH Fuut eo 4 vi ftvu Hew Orleans Rouston oalueston and all Texas and Southwestern Points treIeasily and quickly reached via New or Shreveport over theIOueen and res ent From Cincinnati and the North II c IIVestibuledY wyi l W r FOR RANTGood property In the town of Crab Orchard W LANDOHAf Krlger ICy HOTEL FOR SHL6 Leading Hold In KoiurrKt with too ImlncM rrlodraIJoca- PALFOSTER myfarm Eyiturn on lluck wKLUTES CO LIVE STOCK DE3LERS Milledgevillo Ky willdoUTES A CO BICYCLES REPAIRED CentralKentuckycle Workmanship Ounritnteed DANVILLE CYOLK CO L 11 J 3rd St Danville Ky IMPORTANT NOTICE I R To the proplt of Stanford will icaln supply you with Ite inanuf rtiii d from put dlitlllrd war let hlsnfonl Watrr LlghtticeCothis Mason at following prices Forlualoud and over 40 cent dtllrrrtJ ftir t unils lie per pound Pnltnalledany bonr alto tit twgtofCoahs Block Lump sad A0lprrwntnl All phone erdtrs proiuplly Shied and pailfavorsPhontll lIimNitSIMS J T SUTTON Und rtalcor Huatonville Kentucky Ofl n hlsserrlcM to the popU aiWest Lleoold and Casey countli Full stock of Command Cask etaalwa ion hand DtlCupoterNaa gsr I Mlntoshs Livery 6 Feed Stable McKIIIy1Y KY Good Rigs at reasonable pricetT Fate- driven double and tingle for day or night If you waut to work Caseyand Adjoining eouutiec McKluhry lathe place to drive from well fared for by kluglo teed slay week ur mouth A share of your pas tongs soli- citedWNITEHOTEL W H CAIIUIEIL rilOJU CORBIN KENTUCKY Clou urautfr Repel 1lntcUw tbrourfbwl hales 111r day H Ea RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you let four painting I will taro you money I will furnish paper and eat It on the wall from lc up In other worcu I will sell jon paper as cheep at you can buy It In town and hang It at So per bolt i will do painting In proportion All work Ruarantet J IiELUF I Stanford Ky Painting Repairing am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or lu trotelm styls Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed cue have your old vrbtdo rondo new for very little moucy J H UlIERlt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULACURE Mnnufaetured J W Adam it Co r lnt Ltrk IllalL guaranteed RUff cure fnr homes uflllrted with Pistols Inllevll SwlnntT rerutebe Saddle hulls llanl and Watt Enlargement Ireasr Heel I teiner Ac tor axle bv W lit Mcltub lIuIBplJIIrty Il Laldnell AnynMburp Iiutui Ilrus Iln iint vllli Ky P It tiomnton IllledgfiTllf Ow U Deter Mlddleliiirj Ky BEAZLEY s HAYS ItTNDERTAXERS tlAtlm lIt FuruiturcJJnUluJsltuJSAud They will Excbsngu Furniture for aid kinds of stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD f KENTUCKY J c + MccbAJY UNDBSTAKER IJRnufacurer anti Denlear In HARNESS SADDLERY SC Stanford Ky a A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offlctovtr UcltoUrts Drug Store In tke Uiilltllni owITIR A DENTISTI ONce over Hlgftlua A McKlnnev Stor weB PENNY D DS STANFORD KY tfOttce at Itcsldeno on Lancaster Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK OPSTANFOUD KY CapiUl Stock 1100000 Sarplui 117683 51 This Institution originally t uMlih 0 as the 1H pMllIUnknf Stanford in ISM then rvorgaalaeda tbs National Hank ofSUntorJ In anilaialo BorganlaadaslbPint National Hank of Slankrdsn taU has had practically u unlnUrruptrJ tilit 1II8111411n It Is better ivpplM cow wlti tacllltits for transatting business promptly and lib rallylbantmUforfln its long and boooiabli arcs Accounts of lodlfldualt flJuelariMBtnu and tndilldaaIsoBtltdrDIHICTOas F E ld Lincoln Coj JW lajdnSunr 8 T Rants 8 II Baujhinan JSHocksr TPIIIII WIWalUo W ATrllWf J U Colll r0rab brckd M L MIHr MIVtre a M DElinorf fitanfortarricaaw J S lite crVmM nit J J XtMUiu CkibMt Lincoln CountyNational Bank C1J4al SlotJII801rIQ Cto8ru1lAdovsly ht ft Yawn Solioits Your Bank Aooount Uorlorfimh mngalyDIIlECron5sSJJ WUilams J tl051 JN ifnrf A W sS1L CCatmmina J S rllndhaokaijrCuhj a o iUr- UFFICKUiJI S IlSbiotslrnldtniil J BOut Cuble 1t 1Itsltht AntCabler You Want The Trutha And you get It In the TwceaWeek CourierJournal Democratic In Politics ublldird erpry Wedimilar and kUtur day ptiiora ono year for 50 CENTSTilt Twice Weok Courier Journal U the equal of many iltilllei and lhc kuiwrlur uf al l other pawn It prints more real news more good rliia tnntter more goal stories thou soy otlmr Inunl Vcdntwdayand Snt agentsSampleVUOIIIEH JOOIIXALCU Louisville Ky By A Special Arrangement You can get the Semi Weekly Interior Journal Art thin TMCEAYEEK COURIER JOURNAL Iloth One Year Tor ONLY 125Thl Ii for rash subscriptions only All iUD crlptlona uuuer Lisle combination offer must be sent through tlio IMKHIOH JOUUNAL Jtllce