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J SEMI st WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftLi 1 = VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 1019U0eJ At1 NO 87 kA SPLENDID TIDE CDT Nominated by the Democrats al Kansas City ITS BRYAN AND STEVENSON Vivid Description of tho Various Sessions of Convention HALF HOUR OF MAD TUMULT i Rated Throughout the Vast Convention Hell at Kansas City NEBRASKAN CHOSEN UNANIMOUSLY NoinlimtluK nod Seconding Speeches Stirred the Multitude to the Highest Pitch of KnthiMliiRin Sen ntor 11111 Accorded an Ovation During Ills Address VcIwtcr Unvls Accorded the Privileges of thC FloorPlatform In Full With Scour and Incident or the Dem ocrntla National Gathering TUB TICICKT 1realaentWM I1HYAN of Nebraska Vlco President ADLAI H 8TBVBN60N ot IlllnoU Kansas City July 0FIso final ilay of the Democratic national convention broko clear and hot The BUB blued tiltlloMlr down through the same brilliant sky that bas mar kail every day of convention weok and tho eloudloM blue sky gave no promise of relief from tbe intone boat nut the grateful wind which has Mved the ve from bring Intolerable did not fonutk tbo awrltrrlnc crowd Then tho craatt auillwiea arose whllo Rev lUbbl Mayer of ICaUMM City de livered a prayer breathing the aehse of responsibility reetiox upon the con vontlon Immediately JoltowlBg the prayer the oall of stats began for the purpose of making nomination for the vice presidency It look 16 minute to restore tome semblance of order and then tho spokesman for Illinois Representative KItUAU J IIBTAX James Williams pronented the name ot Stevenson When tho rollcall reached Connecti cut that ntato gave way to Minnesota amid cheers and orloa of Towno L A noosing of Minnesota then look the platform and presented the name of Charles A Towno of his state When ho pronounced limo name of Towne there was cheering from tho Minnesota delegation which arose to its foot wav ing flats in frantic faction The pal Icrioa joined in tho applauio with fervor but thero was loss ontbnilsim among tho mon on tho floor who had tho votes Grady Niune 11111 A tromendoun shout of applause wept through tho hall Delegate Grady ono of tbo loaders of Tammany Hall had alrqady ascended the plat form and na ho stepped to the front to address tbo convention the applause and cheering Increased Ills first Bontenco rang through the great building In trumpot tones On behalf of tho Democracy ot Now York I present to this convention for tho nomination to the vice prosidoncy tho aamo of David Bennett still Senator Hill took the platform and declined Hill left the platform cheered to the echo and surrounded by his friends who pressed forward to group his hand Georgia was called Mr Hutchison of that state seconding the nomination of Stevenson from Illinois Other seconding speeches wore made When Idaho was caned she gavo way to Washington and W H Dunphy placed in nomination the name of James Hamilton Lewis of Washington Ohios Favorite Sou Ohio put In nomination the Mme of A W Patrick of the Buckbyo state Ills name was presented by M A Daughcrty who was ono of tho few speakers whoso seconding speech could bo heard at any distance froni tho plat formJust prior to the ballot Mr Lowls withdrew his name Stevenson received B50 votes on evidenthated the states tumbled over each ow r in tneir e ort to record to tar votes for Stevenson I rest confusion oxjatcd North Carolina changed to StsvonBon Tennessee changed her 21 votes from Hill to Stevenson and Ala bama also changes to Stevenson r ADIAI lTBVXNSOJf AT MCIIT William Jennings ilryiin Xumcil For Great Ofllco of President Kaunas City July 60n Thursday night at 8MO William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska was unanimously noml nated as tho Democratic candidate for president of tho United States on a platform opposing Imperialism militarism and trusts and specifically de daring for tho freo coinage of silver at the ratio of 1C to 1 Tho nomina tion cams ns tho culmination of n frenzied demonstration In honor ot the party loader lasting 27 minutes and giving utterance to all the pent up emotions of the vast multitude It followed also a fierce struggle through out the last 30 hours concerning the platform declaration on silver and on the relative position which tho silver question Is to maintain to the other groat Issues of the day It was late in the afternoon when the convention was nt last face to faco with the presidential nomination Barllor In the day there had been tedious delays duo to Inability ot the platform committee to reconcile their differences nnd present a report Un til this was ready the convention man agers l6ffulled the time by putting for ward speakers of more or less promin cure to keep tho vast audience from becoming restless W D Oldham of Nebraska presented Mr Bryan name and among the seconding speeches was that of Charles Hat er of Ohio Ovation to 11111 When the demonstration had spent itself tho speeches seconding the nomination of Mr llryan were In order Senator White epoko for California giving the tribute of tho Pacific coast to tho Nebraska candidate When Colorado was reached that state yield ed to Senator lull ot New York Tho audience had anxiously awaited the appearance ot the distinguished New Yorker and as he took the platform he was accorded n splendid reception tho entire audience rising and cheer ing wildly with the single exception of tho little group of Tammany leader who sat silent throughout tho cheers for their Now York associate Mr lull was In fine voice and his tribute to tho Nebraskan touched a sympathetic chord In the hearts of the audience Ho pictured Bryan as the champion of the plain people and of tho workingman strong with the masses with the farmer and with tho artisan When Hill declared with dra matic emphasis that the candidate would have tho support of his party a united party there was tremendous applause nt tho suggestion of Demo cratlo unity Aside from tho brilliant eulogy of Bryan the speech of tho New York leader was chiefly signifi can anji attractive in 1U strong plea for unity Next to the demonstration for tho party candidate that greeting tho an nouncement that imperialism was to bo the paramount issue of this cam paign was tho most spontaneous and significant of tho day Senator Till man read the platform and with measured force brought out tho fact that Imperialism was now given tho first and supremo place among thp issues of the party That the delegates were In complete sympathy with this ex pr iMlon was shown by tho long and sustained applause lasting over 22 minutes and exceeding tho ovations usually accorded tho favorites ot tho party Following this tho announce mont that tho 16 to 1 idea was re tamed In tho platform received only faint and illysustained recognition tho npplatiEO being limited to a few minutes It was regarded as a signifi cant showing on tho sentiment of the delegates qulto as convincing ns the terms of the platform they had put forwardDavis Dramatic Speech Anglhor IUrrlng event ot tile day was the appeara s o of Webster Davis formerly assistant secretary of tllo Interior under McKinleys administration In a speech severely arraigning tho Republican party for Its lack of sympathy for the Bpers and formally announcing his allegiance to tho Dem ocratic party But the great battlo of tho conven tion has not been fought under the oyes of cheering thousands but in the privacy of the closely guarded quarters ot the committee on platform Brayns supportera emerged victorious They havo written the platform in their own way with 16 to 1 but it was a victory by a scratch for n Blu Cta vote would have turned the scale And It has not been a victory without concession for in the final draft silver Is pq longer jjaramount it is far a down in the platforms while in tho very forefront Is the declaration that Imperialism is the paramount Issuo of this campaign TIlE PLATFORM IN FULL Principles For Which the Democrats Puny Will Contend We the representatives ortbo Demo create party of the United Slates assem bled In national contention on tbe anni versary of the adoption nf the Declaration of Independence do realUrm our faith In that Immortal proclamation of the ballets able rights of man and our allegiance to the constitution framed In harmony therewith b7 tlm fathers of the republic We hold with the United States supreme court that the Declaration of Independence Is tin spirit nf our government of which tlio coimtltiitlnn It the form and letter We declare again that all governments Instituted ntnoni men derive their jest powers from the consent of the governed that any government not based upon the consent of the governed Is tyranny and that to Impose upon any people a govern uifliit ef force is to substitute tbe methods of Imperialism for those of a republic Wt hold that the constitution follows the Use anti denounce tbo doctrine that an execu tire or congress deriving tbelr existence and their powers from the constitution can exercise lawful authority beyoad It or lu violation ot It We assert that no na tlon can long endure half republic and half empire and warn the American people that Imperialism abroad will lead quickly sad Inevitably to despotism at home Ilfllevlnc In these fundamental principles we denounce the Porto like law enacted tir a Itepubllcan congress against the protest and opposition of the Democratic mi nority as a bold and open violation of the nations organic law and a flagrant breach uponIlhewithout their consent and taxation with out representation It dishonors the Amer plldrroIoccupation of their land It doomed to poverty and distress a people whose hell lessness appeals with peculiar force to our Justice and magnanimity In this the first act ot its Imperialistic program the llcpnbllcnn party seeks to commit United States to a colonial policy Inconsistent with the Ilopubllcan In stltmlons and condemned by the supreme court In numerous decisions We demand the prompt and honest ful aliment of our pledge to the Cuban people and the world that the United States has no disposition nor intention to exercise sovereignty Jurisdiction tr control over the Island of Cuba except for its pacification The war ended nearly two years ago profound peace reigns our all the Island and still the administration keeps the gov ernment of the Island from In people while Itepubllcan carpetbag oDinlats plun der Ita revenues sod exploit the colonial theory to the disgrace of the American IlirWecondemn and denounce the Philippine policy of the present administration It bit Involved the republic In unnecessary war sacrificed tbe lives of many of our noblest sons sod placed the United Slates DAVID JI muIpreviously known and out the world as the champion of freedom In the false and unAmerican position nf crushing with military force the efforts of our former allies to achieve liberty and selfgovernment The Filipinos ran not be citizens without endangering oar civilization they can not be subjects without Imperilling our form of government and as we are not willing to surrender our civilization or to convert the republic Into an empire we favor an Immediate declaration of the nations purpose to glee to the rillplnos drat a stsblt foists of government second Independence nml third protection from outside Interference such as has been given for nearly a century tn tnt republics of Central and South America The greedy commercialism which dictated the Philippine ptllcy ot tbe Republican administration attempts to justify It with the plea that It will pay but even this sordid and unworthy plea falls when brought to the test of facts The war of criminal aggression against the Klllplnns entailing an annual expense of many millions has already cost more than any possible profit that could accrue from the entire Philippine trade for years to come furthermore when trade Is extended at the expense nf the liberty tbe price Is nhvayc tot high We are not opposed to territorial expan don when It takes In desirable territory which can be erected Into states In tbe JTnlon and whose people lire willing and lit to become American citizens We favor trade expansion by every peace till anj legitimate mean Hut we are in- alterably opposed to seizing or puvchanliii of Poland to be governed outside the con ttltutlon and whose people can never come citizens We are In favor ot extending the repub lics Influence among the nations but lieve that Influence should be entered not by force or violence but through the pur snaslve power of a high and honest exam ple The Importance of other questions now pending before the American people Is In nowise diminished and the Democratic party takes no backward step from Its position on them but the burning lactic ot Imperialism growing out ot the Spanish war Involves the very exUtenie of the republic and the destruction of our trIo In stitutions We regard It as tho paramount Issue of the campaign The declaration In tbe Itepubllcan plat form adopted at the Philadelphia conten tion held In June 10 JUno that the lie publlcan party steadily adheres to the pol by announced In tbe Monroe doctrine Is manifestly Insincere and deceptive This profession Is contradicted by the avowed policy of that party In opposition to the spirit of tbe Monroe doctrine to acquire and hold sovereignty overlarge area of territory and large number of people In Ibo Kastcru Hemisphere We Insist on the strict maintenance of the Monroe doctrine cud In all Its Integrity both In letter and In spirit ns necessary to prevent the extension of Knrppeau authority on title continent essential to our supremacy III American affairs At the same time we declare that no American people shall ever be held by force In un vliMS subjugation to Kuropean authority Zl t YOai l l turtsnt Wi oppose Hil1lttr m It mean roa Ucpt nbrnfld sad IntluiUlnilon rod npiireuon at Borne It mrnns lie ftnag arm which hn ever born fatal to free limtlturlofla It Ii delIand nnumworr burden nf tui itlon anti a constant menace to their liberties A small lauding army and o writ disciplined mlll Itli are amply snBlcIent In time of pence Tills republbi liu tae place for a vast mil itary and conscription Vheo tlio notion In In longer the volun leer soldier his countrys best defender The nations giurtl of the United Stales should ever tie cherished In the patriotic heart nf n free people Such organisations are ever an element of strcnjrih nUll safety 1or till Urn time In our history and co evil with till Philippine conquest Ills there been a wholcwle departure from our time honored and npprored system of voluiitcij SENATOR TIMJIVN organization We denounce It an miAmer lean undeiimeralle and iiurepubllonn and ai a subversion of the n tick fit and tiled principles of a free people Private monopolies are Indefensible and Intolerable They destroy competition con trot the price of all material nail of lie prltducerployment of labor and arbitrarily flx the terms and condition thereof and deprive thouopportunitymost efflelent mean yet defined for appro priating the fruits of industry to the ben efit of the few at tbe expense of the many and unless their Insatiate greed la checks all wealth be aggregated In a few hiiiil and the rrpubllc destroyed I ilthnBest paltering with the trust evil by the Ilrpubllrau party In state and national platforms li conclusive proof of the truth of the charge that trusts ore the legitimate product of Ibe Republican poll IIlpubllcaliIIItepubllcan administration In return for campaign subscriptions and political sup port We pledge the Democratic party to an unecwilng warfare In nation state and city against private moool017 In every form lxUtlng laws against trusts must be en forced awl more stringent ones must tai thislate commerce and requiring all corpora tion to chow before dplng business side At the state of their origin that the have water In their stock and that they have not attempted and are not attempting to inonnpnIUe any branch of business or the production of any articles of merchan dise and the whole constitutional power of congress over Interstate commerce tile malls and nil modes of Interstate communi ration shall be exercised by the ennctiitnt t of comprehensive laws upon the subject of trusts pottingIlblprevent monopoly under the plea of pro serried This failure of the present Republican administration with an absolute control ItOIto prevent or even curtail the absorbing power of trusts and Illegal combinations or to enforce the antitrust laws already on the statute books prove the Insincerity of the hIgh sounding phrases of the Itepub llcan platform Corporations should be protected In all their rights and their legitimate Interests should bt respected but any attempt by corporations to Interefere with the public affairs of the people or to control the sov ereignty which creates them shbutd be for bidden under such penalties III will mak such attempts Impossible We condemn tbe Dlngfey tariff law as a trust breellug measure skillfully de vised to rive the few favors which they do not deserve and to place upon the many burdens which they should not bear We favor such an enlargement of the scope ofthe lutttstate commerce law as will enable the cummlsslon to protect Indi vidual and communities from discrimina lions and the public from unjust and un fair transportation rates We reaUlrm and endorse the principles of the national Democratic platform adopt ed at Chicago In lHJ and we reiterate the ccmantf or that ptntrorm rsr an American nllfI system made by the American people for themselves which shall restore and maintain a bimetallic price as part of such system the Immediate restoration of the free and unlimited coinage of silver and old at the present legal ratio of 10 to without waiting for the aid or con sent of any other nation We denounce the currency bill enacted at tbe lat session of congress as a step forward In the Kcpubllcnn policy which elms to dlxrrcdlt the sovereign right of the national government to Issue nil money whether coin or paper and to bttow upon all banks the power to Issue and control the volume of paper money for tbelr own Undent A permanent national lank currency se cured by government leach must be a pet manent debt to rest upon anti If the bank currency Is to Increase with population and business the debt niiwt also Increase uuder the KcpulilicHn currency schema alit It itherefore n scheme for fastening upon the taxpayer a perpetual coil growing debt for the bencflt of the hanks Wo nro opposed to this private corpora tion paper circulated as money but with out legal tender qualities and demand the retirement of the national batik notes as fast as government paper or sliver certifi cated can be substituted for them We favor on amendment to the federal constitution providing for tbe election of United States senators by direct rote or the people and we favor direct legislation wherever practicable We ore opposed to Government by junction we denounce lima blacklist and favor arbitration ns n means of settling disputes between corporations and their rll1 lollIn the Interest of American labor anti tbe uplifting nf the workingman as the cornerstone of the prosperity of our country wo recommend that congress create a department nf labor In charge of a secretary with a sent In the cabinet believing that the deration of the American laborer will bring with It Increased production anti Increased prosperity to our country at home and to our commerce abroad Wo are proud of the courage and fidelity of the American soldiers and killers In nil our wars we favor liberal pension to them and their dependents and we reiterate the position taken In Chicago platform In 1NM that the fact of enlistment and serv ice shall deemed conclusive evidence against disease and disability before enlist Jajpor the Immediate construction T r ownership and control of the Nicaragua canal by the United States and we de flounce the Insincerity of tbe plank In tbe national Itepubllcan platform for an lath colon cannl In tRee of the failure of the Itepubllcan majority to peas tbo bill pend lag In congress We condemn the HayPaunecfote treaty as a surrender of Amerlcaji rights and In terests not to bo tolerates by the Amer Icon people Sympathy leer time IJoers- We denounce failure of tbe Repub lican party to carry out its pledgca to grant statehood to the territories of Arizona promIate statehood and home rule during their homesrule and a territorial form of government for Alaska end 1otto Rico Wo favor an Intelligent system of Im proving the arid lands of the west storing the waters for purposes of Irrigation and the holding of such lands for actual set tiers We favor thn continuance and strict en forcement of the Chinese exclusion law and Its application to same classes of all Asiatic races Jefferson said Peace commerce and honest friendship with all nations entan gling alliances with none We believe In this wholesome doctrine and earnestly protest against the Repub lican departure which Involved ns In so called politics Including the diplomacy of Europe and the Intrigue and landgrabbing of Asia and we especially condemn the ilt concealed Republican alliance with Rag land which mast mean discrimination against other friendly nations and which has already stifled the nations voice while liberty Is being strangled In Africa Relieving In the principles of self gov ernment and rejecting a did our forefath ors the claim of monarchy we view with Indignation the purpose of England to over whelm with force the South African re public Speaking as we do for the en tire American nation except Its Republican officeholders anti for all free men every where wo extend our sympathies to tbe heroic burghers In their unequal struggle to maintain heir liberty anti Independence We denounce the lavish appropriations of recent Republican congresses which have kept taxes high and which threaten the perpetuation of the oppressive war levies We oppose the accumulation of a surplus to be squandered la suck barefaced frauds upon the taxpayers as the shipping subsidy bill which under the false pretence of prospering American shipbuilding would put unearned millions Into the pockets of favorite contributors to the Republican campaign fund We favor the reduction and speedy re i al of the war taxes and a return to the Tinehonored Democratic policy of strict economy In governmental expenditures Relieving that our most cherished Insti tutions are In great peril that the very existence of our constitutional republle Is at stake and that the decision to be rend ered will determine whether or sot our children are to enjoy those blessed privi leges of free government which have made the United State great prosperous and honored we earnestly oak for the tore going declaration of principles tbe hearty support of tbe libertyloving AmerUan peo pIe regardless of previous party affiliations 9PEo0IIePlacing William Jennings DryaD In 7NotnilsutlonKansas City July 6Icon W S Old ham of Nebraska In placing Bryan In nomination spoke as follows Mr Chairman More than 100 years ago the Continental congress of America adopt ed a declaration which had been droned by tbe founder of the Democratic party and the joyous tones of tbe old Liberty Dell which greeted the act announced to a waiting world that a nation bad been born Democratic skies lire tinged with a rosier hue today than when we met In convention our years ago These a Inanclal cataclysm had spread over the country and althougk Its every Inducing cause was easily traced to the errors and follies of the Republican party yet we were In power when It came and were wrongly held responsible for the wreck of shattered fortunes which fob lowed In Its wake Toro sunder by also svnslons within and disasters without our party faced a gloomy and foreboding fu lure which seemed to augur Its dissolu flea The problem then was to select a standard bearer bold enough to tIer the rear of a retreat and save the party from destruction If not from defeat While discord with her naming torch theesunset realm a champion came and bade defiance to the oncoming host With the strength of youth anti tbe wisdom of age with knightly mien and matchless speech he towered shore his peers and ell who saw him tben with ono accord did hall him Chief and gave our partys banner to his hand Slowly despair gave way to hope confidence took the place where tlm orous fear had been the broken shattered columns formed again and behind him singing came 0500000 valiant men to that unequal fight And time story of how well be ought how fearlessly he fell and how dearly the enemys victory was bought hat all gone out Into history now Rack from his first bottle he came a based but unconquered hero of the rights of man Conscious of the rectitude of his purpose and cheeped by the belief that no Issue Is ever settled until It Is settled right he cheerfully acquiesced In th re suit of that campaign and girded his loin for the great contest between the dolar and manor four years he baa waged an unceasing warfare against the peoples one7- for four years he has held up the par ya standard and his voice has cheered tho hosts of Democracy In every state anti territory When the trusts begun to In crease under the protection of a Republican administration bo was the first to point out the danger anti prescribe a remedy When the alarms of a war for humanity roused the heroic spirit of our land he offered bis sword to his countrys cause on the day that war was declared When later ho saw the administration parting from the ancient landmarks of our Institutions In Its enchanted dream of em pica and militarism be was the first to raise a warning voice and resigning his commission on tbo day tbe treaty of peace was signet he threw himself Into the con test for tbe rescue of the republic Realizing that Imperialism like the fabled Artncus was born of earth sail that contended with upon the selfish worldly plane of greed anti gold It was of giant strength and If thrown down would rise again refreshed from contact with Its mother element he like the mighty Her spherefromon a plane of lofty patriotism he strata abed With the Issues now clearly drawn no doubt remains as to the name of our can Tale Or rntit question we are a reunited Democracy Already worthy allle differing from us rather In name than faith have shouted fur our gallant leader again and every state and territory has Instructed Its deli gates to this convention to vote for him here So It only remain for Nebraska to pronounce the name that has been than dered forth from the foot of Bunker Hill and echoed tack from Sierras sunset slope anti that reverberates among the pineclad snowcapped hula of the north and rises op from the lumbering llowersctnted Ha rannabs of the south and that name Is the name of William Jennings Ilryau her best loved son t a L a F0r80 6t That what our Special Salo of Fancy Snits means An absolutely square gems tohaveThe opportunity of the season to get a bar gain in a suit Clothing Hats Furnishings ShaGs IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman A Co WSrALLLErt Rr For 4 Cents I In my Store ro PapopricesWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see the paper matched up just as it will look on tho wall and get It at once SuppliesAaE GIBBONS DANVILLE KYN- o 300 Main S- treetTrusses 1 r Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able ft- i Craig Hooker Stanford e e NNNSNeeeeSNM A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for r yearsthatStalsbBlinds I S Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered ANNeetleeeNeHeeeeWe Sole Agency for the JHarqaart Rang A Range with the rtoit prnvominti tip to tliitu finish a strictly hlghlrad Range nt a very Loy Irlco Call and see iL Geo H Farrzs Co u PENNYS DIUG STORE Drugs BookstStationery fPaints And Oilsti Telephone No2 Stanford Ky y f 1c r a IWI SHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 10 1900 W P WALTONI For COngresI ZION G G GILBERT Of Shelby County TUB Kansas Cltyconventton adjourn cd sino dlCjFrtday nttcrnoon after nom footing Adlat E Stevenson for vlco president on the first ballot with 659 otesTho result was not reached 4untilafter an exciting session New sprung the name of Rill and the enthusiasm that followed threatened to irsweep the convention from its feet butt IIlll In a speech positively declared he couldnt accept and the stampede was t checked When tho result was an pounced there was tho usual rush to get In the baud wagon even Now York changing to the Illinois roan The nomination was then made unanimous Tboao placed la nomination for vice president were Stevenson Towna 11111 IJatrlck and Lewis and many seconding speeches were made Gov McCreary behalf of Kentucky seconding that of Stevenson WE bad thought that a Now York or an Indiana man would have brought more strength to the ticket and should have preferred to see the names of Bryan and Hill linked together for the leadership In the battle to bo waged from now tilt November but wo yield always to the wisdom and decrees of the accredited authorities of the party acting in unison and for the good of that party and are satisfied that they did their work wisely and well The ticket Is a magnificent one Bryan the brave the peerless the Incomparable r r1leader of men and Stevenson calm r sound on all the great form an inissues and a Kentuckian vincible ticket which will gather in strength as the days go by and the wit domof the selection of the vice press dentlal candidate is better understood and like the avalanche sweeping down M1the mountain side will carry everything before it the more assuredly since the platform is all that every true Ameri can could desire The splendid statement of principles deserves to be com pared only with the Declaration of In dependence which It resembles more than the latter day party platformsand Is as far above the hypocritical pronun clamouto of the Philadelphia conven tion as the heaven Is above the earth TilE vice presidential nominee lion A E Stevenson was born in Chris tian county Ky attended school at Danvillo and removed with his father Bloomington 111 when ho was 10 years old He served two terms In Congress from that district overcoming an I overwhelming republican majority He served In Clevelands first cabinet as postmaster general and was nominated for vice president with Cleveland In 1 1892 At the conclusion of his term he returned to Bloomington and has since taken little part in politics Of him i Gov Proctor Knott says ho never knew a man of more absolute purity and who led a more blameless life In a rather intimate acquaintance of 20 years he bas never known him to utter undur any circumstances a single syl lable savoring of profanity Irreverence or fDE whether Choy be for other of the candidates for kfgovernor should not fall to be on hand at tho precinct conventions next Satur day afternoon promptly at 2 oclock This county seems to be overwhelming ly for Black who appears to us to be the man upon whom all faction of- democrats can unite but If a majority of our fellowcitizens think otherwise r we will heartily support any of the excellent men who desire the nomina I Lion Let us get together reason r among ourselves and do what seems to be tbo best for the party and for vie tory HON DAVID B HILL U showing himself a man and proving his asser tlon that he is a democrat His speechI j seconding the nomination of Bryan was a feature of the convention and In a signed statement in the New York Herald he says that the selection ofI Stevenson for the vice presidency the best that could have been made addingItThe ticket and platform put the democracy In fair shape for the coming campaign Nothing will bo left undone on my part to secure Its stone that the builders rejected came next to being made the head of the corner Adlal Stevenson was given j the cold potato of an alternates place when he asked the Illinois convention for that of delegate which he declined Hill of New York was turned down by his delegation for a place on the platform committee and but for his r persistent refusal to accept if nomina rtedho would have been chosen for vlco president TILE Richmond Agitator Is the latI It is edited by Clarence E toist a private citizen and Its ob is to secure a reduction In the cost 1oflight and water for the taxpayers of its city It is chuck full of facts and is figures to sbow how the people ore bee ing robbed and of plain English against the robbers CHARLES A TOWNK U acting veryI nicely fora disappointed man showlnJ that ho Is made out of the right stuff Such a man will be honored sooner or ater The National committee reelected Senator Jones chairman by a unani mous vote L u EXSTATE INSPECTOR 0 W LESTER iaa brought suit against the INTERIOR JOURNAL at Willlamsburg for 95000 for alleged libel in an editorial published In the INTERIOR JOURNAL oncerning a telegram sent Noaks It turns out that Noaks has an attorney at Bristol Toon of tho same name that explains Mr Lesters want of knowledge any telegram Tho above dispatch appeared in Sun days Courier Journal and was a very great suprisc to us as we are entirely innocent of any intention taglvo other than what appeared from the Courier Journal and Louisville Times to be a well authenticated Item Wo do not know Mr Lester personally but had formed a good opinion of him during his service under Gov Bradley and from the fact that his name had never been mixed up with those who aro ac Bused of complicity in the assassina tlon df Gov Goebel Wo were further impressed with his honesty and manll ness when as was stated at the time he opposed a resolution of sympathy with Charles Finloy indicted for being accessory to the assassination when it was presented in the Whilley county convention The alleged fact that ho sent tho dispatch to Noaks after his apparently honorable coursodurlng the troublous times surprised us not a little We saw no contradiction of it however till after our paper was published when wo Immediately put in type for tnls issue that Mr Lester Je nlcd having eent the dispatch We think the gentleman has acted with undue baste In the matter as a note to us would have brought a correction and a thorough denial of any malicious Intent in the premises Good lawyers say the item Is not libellous and that the charge can not be maintained on it but we waive that and make the amende honorable any way which should fully satisfy Mr Lester if a correction and a denial of wrong in tent on our part are wbat he seeks TilE platform being rather long and more than the average reader will de- voir at one sitting we condense It for the hasty as well as the lazy It holds that the constitution must follow the flag no nation being able to long endure half republic and half em plre Imperialism abroad leading to despotism at home The Porto Rican tariff law Is do nounscd as a flagrant violation of the nations good faith and dishonors Americans by repudiating solemn pledges Prompt and honest fulfillment of pledges to Cuba la demanded The Philippine policy of tbo admin- Istration Is condemned and demands for Filipinos first a stable form of government second independence and third protection for outside intcrfer once Expansion In desirable territory Is approved not through force but though the persuasive power of a high and honorable example The 1m pnrtanco of other questions now pending before the American people is in no wise diminished and the democrat- Ic party takes no backward step from its position on them but tho burning Issue of imperialism growing out of the Spanish war involves the very ex- Istence of the republic and the destruc Lion of our free Institutions We re gard it as the paramount Issue of the campaign The Monroe doctrine Is reaffirmed and the deception and Insincerity of the Philadelphia platform demonstra tedMilitarism which means conquest abroad and intimidation and oppression- at home Is opposed and denounced as una me rican undemocratic and unre publican us well as subversive of the ancient and fixed principles of a free peopleTrusts are Indefensible and an un ceasing warfare against monopoly is pledged and a demand that all products of trusts be put ou the free list to pre vent monopoly under the plea of protection The Dlngley law is a breeder ofI trusts and is severely condemned Favors enlargement of scope of in terstate commerce law Reaffirms the Chicago platform and demands restoration of free and unlim- Ited coinage at the ratio of 10 to without the aid or consent of any other nationFavors election of U S Senators by popular vote- Opposes government by injunction enounces the black list and favors ar itratlon Recommends the creation of a De partment of Labor with a secretary as one of the cabinet Favors liberal pensions for soldiers of all our wars Favors Immediate construction ownership and control of the Nlcaruugua canal by the United States The HayPauccfote treaty Is con demned Promises the people of Arizona New Mexico and Oklahoma immediate Statehood and home rule favors an intelli rent system of improving the arid laude of the West The continuance and enforcement of the Chinese expulsion law Is favored No alliance with other nations should be permlLLedIfight for liberty and home Is exprestcd and republican extravagance and corruption denounced The reduction and speedy repeal of war taxes Is favored as well as a strict economy In governmental expendi ture Believing that our cherished Institu Ions arc In peril the support of the llbcrtvloving American people re gardless of past political alllllatlons Is earnestly asked The platform U largo enough broad enough and comprehensive enough for all democrats to stand upon and we predict that there will be a rush from sulkIln rBy a slut of memory wo made Mrs J M Young postmaster at London In stead of her husotntl Knowing that she Is a daughter of Congressman Bro Ing the ellp was very natural IM that Is a republican stronghold und Mr Young Is a democrat For this Editor Dyche goes Into conniptions and speaks of ut as the crippled editor As we hnvo never asked consideration from the fast that wo suffer from a broken leg we can not see what such a pusillani mous reference to an Infirmity has to the point at issue except that the ma ker of It Is devoid of feeling and Is a natural born Ignorumous who would needlessly wound when no offense was Intended POLITICIANS AND PQLTIGS Hon Ed Parker London Is a candidate for representative Mayor James K McGulro of Syra cure has been selected to direct the democratic gubernatorial campagn In New York this fall This settles it P Watt Uardln says ho most heartily approves the nomination of Bryan and Stevenson and every syllable of the platform Tto Richmond Register likes the interrogatories propounded by this paper to Mr Yerkes so well that It keeps them standing in Its columns Bryan and Stevenson will speak at the Lincoln ratification meeting today It is the Intention to make the affair the formal opening of the campaign The executive committee of the ell ver republican party has issued an ad dress indorsing Adlai E Stevenson for vice president Mr Towno advised this course Casslus M Clay Jr keeps himself before the public by doing blc regular bolting act Ho cant support Bryan Stevenson and urges sound money dem ocrats to put up a ticket Gov Beckham has ordered special elections In the districts In which va cancies In the general assembly have been caused by death to be held Aug 6 and this Is taken to mean that ho will call a special session of the Legislature this fall The republican chairman of the Lon don judicial district has called county conventions tor July 14 to select and Instruct delegates to the judicial con vention to be held at Manchester Clay county on July 21 to nominate a can didate for circuit judge T Speaker South Trlmblo got 42 in structed votes in Saturdays prlmarlcr seven short of a nomination Allen got 20 Moody Henry and Oldham Owen sends contesting delegations Trimble seems pretty sure of being the nominee as ho baa second Instructions In Old ham Mr Emmett Puryear of Danville told the Cincinnati Enquirer that Hon James D Black and Gov Beck ham both have supporters in Boyle but tho county will instruct for non Jas B McCreary whom we regard as a man certain to lead the democratic party to victory over our fellow towns man Hon John W Ycrkcs who will be the republican colorbearer Attor ney General R J Brcoklnrldgo of our city is working for Black It Editor Keller copies our article on amending the election law and says The above is from Waltons INTERIOR JOURNAL and there Is not a more earn est and devoted organ of democracy in the State and its advice should not be despised or rejected for as sure as the democrats of Kentucky go into the fight this fall with the Goobel law as it now stands defeat will be their portion Nay nay dear Keller we will win anyway but mort1lurgelywith the law amended and shorn of partisan fea turesWe heartily agree with Editor Walton when he says that with Gov Mc Creary unannounced Black will win on the first ballot In the Lexington convention If the democrats act wise ly they will nominate Black endorse Bryan Kansas City platform condemn government by assassination request Gov Beckbam to call an extra session of the Legislature to amend not re peal the Goebel Election law and re turn home with a determination to elect the candidate namedMt Ver non Signal Tho democratic party will take great satisfaction In celebrating every day and hour of the canvass the 100th anniversary of the famous and farreach ing campaign made by Thomas Jeffer son in 1800 That was the campaign that clinched a republican form of goy ernment for the United States and this year It will be the work of the follow ers of Jefferson to stem the awful tide of imperialism that has come out of the war with Spain under a weak vacilla ting and venal administration Cin cinnati Enquirer The National convention of the sliver republicans nominated Bryan for president but they didnt take so well lo Stevenson After much discussion the matter was left to the committee with power to act and It declied to en QorseJStovensoo Mr Bryan expressed his pleasure at the selection of Mr Stevenson He thought Towno would have strengthened the ticket In States where there Is a fusion between the democrats populists and silver repub licans but said the support given Stevenson showed that the convention thought him the inoe available man The State board of equalization has finished work and flied the report with Andlwr Coulter showing that the total value of property assessed In the State Is 8574807004 which will produce 2TiO022 In taxes at 471 cents on 100 which U tho rate this year In stead of G21 cents vhlch has been collected for tim past three years Tho total assessed value of property this year Is slightly larger than last year but the tax Income will be 1220000 less because of the n per conl reduction In the tax rale The revenue collections In this district last month were 82701 07741 a a Ed TRIAL Of ASSASSIN SUSIECTS ON GEORGETOWN July Ilho case of Caleb Powers charged with being ac cessory boforo the fact of the murder of Gov Gocbol was called today but at the request of counsel for the defense continued till tomorrow morning at 0 and subpoenas Issued for absent wit nesses Spectators were searched for arras on entering the court room AN EPIDEMIC OF DIAKKHOEA Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoa- nut Grove Flo says thcro has been quite nu epidemic of dlarreoea there He had a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chamberlains Colic Onol era and Diarrhoea llcfnedy He says he also recommended it to others and they say it Is the best tnedleinu they overused For sale by Craig t4 Hocker Druggist Thu High Bridge camp meeting will begin Sunday July 15th Revs Gee R Stuart and W T Boiling will be present and preach At Qultmac Slice Randolph Evans had to be shot and disabled before the sheriff could hung him ho resisted to White a farmer living near Science Hill died suddenly last week Hustonville Fair Aug i 2 3 PREMIUM LIST FiniT HAY Southdown buck any agOH 1 6 00 Ewo any 5 00 Buck lamb under 1 year 5 OC Ewe lamb under 1 year o uu Horse colt 10 00 Mart colt 10 00 Mare and colt 10 00 Saddle gelding any age 15 00 Saddle ware 15 CO Suckling colt sillier MX by IM for 1001 25 00 Jack antler 2 10 00 Jack 2 years and under 3 10 00 Jack any ago 10 00 Jennet under year 10 00 Jennet nnv ago 10 00 Suckling colt either sex by Gallon 15 00 horse colt by Dignity Hare 20 00 Mare colt by Dignity Dare 20 00 Draft stallion mare or gelding 10 00 Boy ride under 15 15 00 Goat or pair of goats driven 5 00 Mare and mule colt either sex 10 00 Mulcmaru 10 00 Mule colt cither sex 10 00 Mare mule colt 10 00 Mule 1 year and under 2 10 00 Mule 2 years and over 10 00 Mule colt by Balaam season 10 00 Handsomest boy under 1 year 5 00 Double team pecd style itc 40 00 SECOND DAY Bull calf under 1 ear 10 00 Bull calf 1 year and under 10 Oo Dull 2 years and over 10 00 Bull any HRC 15 00 Heifer calf under 1 yearH 10 00 Heifer 1 year and under 2H 10 Heifer 2 years and over 10 Cow any ego 15 Now York saddle mare or gelding 15 Pair mares or gelding SO Roadster marl or gelding 30 Girl baby under 1 yr from CsseYH 10 Stallion or gelding yr under 2 10 fare 2 years and under 3 10 Mare 3 years and under 4 10 Mare 4 years and oerH 15 Guiding 4 years and over 15 Stallion or gelding 2 vie under 3 10 Stallion 3 years und under 4 10 Stallion 4 years and over 20 Saddle stallion mare or gellllngl Hoadster mare or gelding any age 50 Worst Turnout 20 THIRD DAY Stallion mareorgeldng under 2 10 Marc 2 years under 3 15 Mate 3 years and tinder 4 10 Mare 4 years and overH 15 Stallion mare or gelding 2 under 3 10 Stallion or gelding 3 and under 4 10 Stallion 4 yean and overH 20 Stallion any 8eHH 25 Phaeton Pony under 15 hands 10 llockaway mare or gelding 15 Valking Stallion mare or gelding 15 Fancy saddle mare or gelding 20 Fancy Turnout 20 Model stallion mare or gelding 10 Mare or gelding any age 20 Prettiest baby under 2 years 25 Stallion mare or gelding any age 150 W D HOCKKR Secretary POSTED I horphjr notify the public that my land U port I will penult no hunting nr treeau lag of any kind on tL will b uulhed- to the rllll extent of the law M J uU OLD MOCK WHISKY Ocorgo n Wcathcrford tins a contract for FULL CoNTitot AD SAL of Old Mock Whis ky In Iluslonvlllo Ky- U 0 MOOR Danville Ky FRITH HOTEL F FBANCISCO Prcprletor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY licit Hotel In the mountain rate conililered torten meet nil trains b vII attention to trav eling men V S BEAZLE7 D DS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vitalized Air Physician In attendance Office In the Now Thompson Building ten Mason HotelMItf U D SIMPSON Iror uyJcaHtcr r Kentucky New yfurnlahed chan beds splendid alit Everything SmiclfiNs Porter istii nil trains 8b NOTICE Tho SUtfonl Inxltieo Co hau livid off for throe inontlwon account of the mnket bo lugNO dull Thuy will not buy Iron rag poultry or produce of tiny Ono of tho proprietors of thn Stanford Produce Co hay just returll from Haiti more where he bought two cars of Granite tad Clilnnwnra which they will toll at wholu sulo and KOino retail- STANlOUn PIIODUORCO J Gold stud J lllckotr HON JAMES D BLACK Of knox County le a candidate for tho nomination for ofllco of Governor sub tact to the action of tho Democracy THALES II WRIGHT It n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty subject to tho action of tho democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the democratic party He solicit your support JOHN C PEPPLES Tt a Candidate for Jailor of Lincoln Ooubty partyPRTTITT BEOS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOHELAND KY Quick and efficient attention to tmrlali elrgtnt new brane Iarf stock of Oofflni Caskets lotwl Ac to date tock of Furniture sways on band rr1carlgb- tJ W P PARKHILL M Dr HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN oxpetleneinoffer his services to the public of Stanford nail vicinity Special attention given to chronic case Office Court louse over lronale llros Livery Stable Office hours from i to S r SpecIalSILE 150 SUITS To Close O- utBolowAt S Cost To make ready for Pall Stock Now Is- Your Chance To get a Nice Suit of Clothe cheaper than you ever did tefo e CumllinsMcClary Desirable Farm At Private Sale change mtoonDeslrlne to account of my health I will sell at private sale my Countyieuutuckyand IX mule west of McKlnuey on C S It It amonghtucky The dwelling U it modern brick and frame mvtul roof containing 0 rooms with halls irch and verandah Outbuildings Include two splendid andcommodloua barns with 24 box stalls and thud room for 100 stale or 00 sheep other buildings Include Icohouse gJ louse meat lioune coal house poultry house flower pit und ood tenant of live rooms All buildings urn In flntclat repair and comparatively new Never falling orchard of lest variety of fruit The larger portion of this tarn U lintclan tobuccu nail hump Ind Ahun dance of nuvur fulling water four rock walled ponds In addition to branch through ono side of tho place 200 acres of farm In blue Iras or meadow with acres In wheat und corn fencing In excellent con quantityThisdivision If go destrvd as U lays almost In a square hounded on North and Kust sides by lion tonvlllo nnd McKlnnney Turnplko Tfclt approhated nilIIIon or address inn at llustonvllle Kv II S J01118tON the Southern Mutual Investment Company Of Lexington Ky TUB OLDEST AND THE BEST Home Office Ix niton Kr- lleiieral lances Loulirlllo Ky Hrancli UOllccs BdluwreSld Paid To Certificate Holders 129218325 Pasted To serveFundM9800925 PI I EXCELSIOR Is nn acceptable motto for stay ambitious tuna or woman lo adopt Hut when ft midsummer thermometer nails It to Its mast head then all humanity matlo to ulor Stanford and Lincoln county people are to bo congratulated while tho nuns rays nro at their hottestrStanfords Busy Store It placing all hot weather goods at prices that ma os competition vanish like clmlT before a whirlwind Hero they are for everybody Ladles first 5 Iargo Palm Fans for x603 Summer VestsH 100 Black Drop Stitch Hose worth 20c only H100 Ladies Tan or Black Oxfords or Strap Sandal ISc- 60c Summer Corsets only Sic A nice stylish Shirtwaist In Black or Whlto Fancy Percale Unchain or Lawn plain tucked or elaborately trimmed only 4c A nicely trimmed Linen Skirt only COc Ladles Sailor Hats only 23o MENS BREEZY GARMENTS Mens Crash lists only w IDo Mens Hot Weather Sock 0 tarnw 2e 1 Suit Frenceh BalbrIggan Underwear 4Sc Mens Tennis Shoos lSo Negligee Shlrls 3 for yl Full Suit of Linen well and stylishly l1IadufIIH3 Dozen Tie 25o Boys Vacation Clothes Boys Knco Iamn H1OeBoys Crash Pants 15c Boys Linen Suits n HMMMmM coo Boys WalsU ICo Boys Tennis Stancef IKIc Boys Crash MNir c Boys fast black sramleM Mono fa Hero It Is that comfortalio Mother Hubbards On next Saturday afternoon from I until ocook only we will allow each customer 10 yank of linT brand of Calico in tho house for 55c ltvclr within the hours named and any piece of Calico In the horse Itomcmbcr no customer allowed over 10 yards Louisville Store SKLINCER BROS PRORS T D RANEY MGR Stanford Female College j Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres I 1 1110 LINE O- FCLQTIXXN4c For Men Boys end Children S TODD PANTS H SPECIALTY U See our Lino of Custom Made Point at 1250 to f ISJ per pair W E PERKINS e Grab Orchard Ky THE FOX ART GALLERYI DANVILLE KYIThis Is now the moat uptodate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been ro uptlcalscienceTHESE LENSES FLATTER t Just received large stock of the TerytLatest Designs it Jtfouldi gs Patterns never sold in tide locality before hnvo to be seen In appreciated Suitable for framing from the photograph to the mout elaborate Among tho lot Is the Now French mouldings specially formidable llV reduirnwill save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky wo BoW1EEI81TD DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prtfcrlpllons carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost ovory kind Beautiful line descriptionOfllce 1 train tvtry 116 4 ttalni on StndtyTo INDIANAPOLIS i Four Fast Trains TO Toledo Detroit 1 AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS- taarrva 4 thins every weekday 3 rains on Sunday Pullman and Wagner Sleepers on right trains Vcktlbulctl Iarlor Can on day train = 4 trains very R train on SundayTo CHICAGO J J61eephig1 Ai THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOKD KY JULY 10 1900 E 0 WALTON BUSINKSH MANAOKI TUB T best materials combl edvIth taro skill and accuracy Insuro good results No other methods aro ovor used In our proscription work 1onn Drug Storo F PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP MRS JAMIW Limlo vlNlilnjj frlond In Lebanon Mus K n Iitrt of Danville h with Mrs T JIlllf Miss SAIUB HAWKINS of Corbln was the guest of tho Mlssoo Kllln Miss LUCILK CooiHU Is vlehlni Miss Ira Holduin nl Crab Orchard Miss LINDA MILIHU wont to Spring field yoBlcrday to visit Mien Suo Ray Hnv AND Mils P W ALIRN aniI children wont to Lexington yesterday Mil AND Mll3 PllANK OoifAIK 01 Cincinnati worn juoeta at Squire Join Kills Miss DuiiTiit HILTON of Lancaster has been the Riioit of MlfH Daisy Van dovoor MIss OIMIKMA LACKKY returned to Lexington with Mlia Madia lloldi Saturday hilts B S KUMOKH of Livingston Is being treated at Joaoph 1rlco In1 Urinary HiaUKAUTA and hipbod Ud JOMC O Lynn of Danvllla attended noun yesterday Mus JULIA CIIABK of LoalHvlllu II under treatment for asthma of Dr J O Carpenter MILS J A C urnsTrill and chll dron of Perryvlllo woro guests 01 Mrs II O Ruplvy- MlSBANNIR DUNN will boRln the kcboot at White Oak Schoolhouse Monday week 33rd- IlKV W S filtlKBTlUI will arrive today to see his new granddaughter Miss Josephine Ilousloy CASlltuil It 0 HAIL of Sottureot spent Sunday with his wife and eon at Mr George n Wron Mus A AUUAMH and children ol Lebanon nre spending tho summer at Crab Orchard Springs Miss NANCY KKNNRDY has rtiurnwl homo at MoKlnney from Knoxvlllo where she has been taaebtog MISS KMMA MUBURX who has been visiting Mr and Mr Jama Milburn relHrnod to Daovtlle yMtwilaj bit ANU Mill JCNICft II hum Of HtHloBvtIlp will go to bmiMtiMping In the Logan property In a few days UKV AMD Mns W K EUJ8 are inking their vnouiloa on the Lake In owl enjoylni It very ranch MCCIAKY ami T O Xewland 1OhlOA today for Keetwelcy river High IMtlf to ab a few days little MB ol Mr and MM D H Sklneer of the West gad Is very III and It Is feared that be eno not live Mu D C AUXM of the West Lad has been III so WK If thought to 1who KnlniBif ground we are glad to ItnV J U CMOBCII awl fatally era visiting In Cincinnati cad Rev K It Noul will fill hfa pulpit at the Daptlst church Sunday Mm MHIVINA UOIM of Coving ton came Thursday to visit MIw Anno Cook Huffman ef Wet Third street Lexington Leader I NKWS oonM from Ijtiwreneeburg that Mrs Claud P Hull who was MUs Harriet Wellington Glatcook has a girl that she has outed IMilllU- CltOHOK L CAHPKKTIW who aUand ud the Sunday nchool rally at JunnUon City andny aftornooe says It was a very picturing and profitable meeting I IlHCK resolved Inielllgenae 1that his grandfather Preston neck of aged 83 was In n dying condi tion HU father Win leek and John L Rook tell at once for his bedside MiSSits MATTIK UKYNOIDS and BIr die Gooah who have UNO visiting Miss r Ode Warren returned to their homo at t Wayntwburjr Sunday accompanied by Miss Warren who It now their gueti 1110Th editors of tbe Somerset Jour nag have bean very III but the paper way as bright as a new pin Friday On advloo of hls phyilolap IJrlllor F J Campbell has gone to took Castle Springs to recuperate Trill Messrs Olnsburg are looking forward with great delight to a visit from their mother Mm Ida Olnsbtirg and sister Miss Sadie Ginsburgwho will arrive from Germany tide week and whom they havent seen for yours r Miss ANNII Cool HUFFMAN gave a I picnic party to Lake Ellernlto Saturday In honor of her guest Mts Melvlnu Hopper of Covlngton and Miss Mary Reid of Danville whole visiting Miss Jane Todd Wauon Lexington Her aid KOITOU ALimiuiiT of the Mt Vur non Signal who is a judge of beauty as well AS other things says ho would have given the prlxatuthu four beauti ful young ladled who rode in the In firmary turnout If they had been In a dummy dart Miss MATTIK MKNKFHK royally on tortalncd the tennis olu Friday ava iling Most nilIII the mombira were present and a few ouuldcra nucoptcd Invitations The evening was iinjoy ably spent In different ways and de llglitful rofroshmBtita were served at the proper hour Mu II C THOMPSON and hid bright e little son Cloy wore down from Lon don Saiurduv Clay had hoard his mother who Is an intense democrat read and compliment the INTKIUOIC JOUUNAI and ho wanted to sue whorl It was printed und who did it Mr Thompson hM always boon n good friend of this paper und usually pays This time hoIn advancefor It years had his label changed to Jan f IfKKI making his paper paid up longer than any on our list I r Miss DIARY D CAUTKiilsthrcatcnc with fever Mu WASH DUOWN and sister tllIss Lula of Casey were hero Sunday W B MolloiiRiifs looks oven 1D0ro distinguished with his moustache oil Mu AND MILS C L PUUITT have moved to tho Walnut Flat nclghboi hood MUSSHS J C HAYS and Kd Carte went up to Dripping Springs this morningMiss MAMin WiLsoN CAUPKNTKII of Danville lit in Boston with Mrs C II Paine Mus HOIDAM STKWART of Corbln Is visiting her parents Mr and Mre Gee DoBord Un W N fJitAia lull this morulni to uttond the pharinacutloat arsocla Him itt Mnysvlllo LOCAL HAPPENINGS NlCH bleaching gloves for 25o J P Jones LOT of sample harness at a bargain J O Mcdlary RKAD premium list ol Uustonvlll fair In another column SuilPitiBKS on our cleaning up co un tor ovary week Severance it Sons PIIKBH Foil SAIK NNoly11x211 Gordon pros for sale cheap Address W P Walton S Limo lehero and I need ovary cent that Is duo mo Please p1Y your account ILO Ruploy PAIIMWIR are ecjuested to call In nnd eon our Old Hlokory and Drown wag One Best made W A Carson STOUT your wheat with us at 1 con per bushel per month and got tho ben alit of any advance J II Baughmai Co HONEY Nath Boldcn and Jour HaRtoll found a boo tree In tho knob tho other day from which they took i6 pounds of honoy YOUR account Is uoandready lor you Call In and settle and save us tht troublo of coming to you for the money mil f Book TUB tax books arc now ready and lhoi o who desire to pay will please cal at my ofllae and do so as It will bo gladly received S M Owens SOLD OUT George F Russell tho lever liveryman of Junction City has told hit stable to Samuel Burke ifor 2100 Possession taken In about ays JOHN W BllUMMlTT now carries the nail between Stanford and Klngsvlllc fl he makes as good a mall man as J Martin his predecessor the public rill bo satisfied A IHTTJM from Frank Holttolaw at Carroll Wyoming says that ho sold tie stock of goods at that place for SI 00 profit and hoe taken up a claim near Viva that StateU- OMKIt O WltAV has bought Alonzo Jasllea leaeo of the Huetonvillo Green River Telephone Co rind will rut Miss Georgia Newburn in the main lUlue at Ilustonvlllo- CtT Jainee Munday hnl his right land badly cut yesterday while feeding a thresher at J W Baughmans John lutebisnn was cutting binds and ned dentally slashed tbe member A STATBMBNT from Mr Joo S rimes bank at Kllxabotbtown shows hat It earned 8510300 on a 150000 tapital out of which a dividend of C er cent was declared after paying ex lenses Tim smalleHt crowd was In town yes orday of any court day for a long time t hardly being up to some Saturday ftornoon gatherings Farmers aro tJO- bu y with their crops to waste n day at ho county seat QUHitn Tho usual sight of a dor on little partridges following a bantam hen can bo soon any day at John W Stophensons Ho found tho eggs and ml thorn under the hen who scorns to bl as proud of tho little partridges as the would ho of chicks KXCUIHION MattOohon who was hero working for the Richmond fair rMterday told us that there would be- n excursion from Stanford to his fair on Wednesday July 25 at ono faro form roundtrip on which day thoro will be a 9100 saddle stallion maro or gold IOIC stake and three races besides nu norous other attractions 4OQUITTMD0Ilver Smith was ae Ulttcd In Squire W A ColToya court MoKinnoy Saturday of the charge of looting Rice Reynolds horse Ho lonlod having shot the animal but his ttornoy Hon R C Warren took the round that ho would have been justlll nblo In doing so as It had repeatedly otton In on his crops and was a most aguish one POlL BLACtcWhom do the demo rate tiara want for governor Inqulr ed Sheriff S M Owens of tho reporter Give it up replied Thu Leader man but it looks like BecKham Well wo are for Hon James D Black over our way hut are not opposed to Mr leokhain personally said the sheriff IlotD boarded the train with hlb prls mrs for UucklmmvIllcrLoxIngton UrrdurNOTCUHTYOsir business mtfna or pleads not guilty to Dr Edward Icornii charge In tho Danville Advo cato that ho used knockout drops ou- tho Uustonvlllo hays when tho Stun 10111 toain boat them 11 toO Mr Harry Illgglns our lofthanded twlrlorand by the way the beat uinueur pltchnr ID the State administered tho dose of hot shot And ho reserved a bountiful supply for thu boys when they meet on- the diamond again Our boys are ball layers doctor I HAMILTON for good watch work You can buy Hunans shoes of J P Jones A HEAVY rain Saturday night wns followed by a cool spell which has been very grateful to sweltering humanltj MAIm your arrangements to attend the Richmond fair July 21threo days Harness and saddle stakes and races each day Tin ladles of theW1I M will furnish dinner at tho Hustonvlllo lair Aug 1 2 3 and a good one each dav may bo expected Patronize then JAILED Judge Bailey fined G B Barnett who lives with A N Wells 10 and costs yesterday for cursing ant abusing that gentleman and ho went to jail In default of payment B 0 FOX of the livery firm of Fo S Logan Danville asks us to say thaI their splendid now stable will bo real for their Lincoln county friends who they coma to court there Monday SOLD OUT Perrln Monefco bave sold to O P Huffman their butcboi fixtures stock of meat and good tell for 955150 They xvill give the grocer business their entire attention now TUB wills of John Karin and Mrs Eliza J Smith woro probated In the county court yesterday and that was about all that was done The will of Richard Cobb was to have been probat ed but Dr Owaley way sick and Judge Alcorn absent so Judge Builoy con tinued court till today that they may bo present They arc the subscribing witnesses TiiKlNTKUiou JOURNAL will make no further kick against the contraction 0f the town limits even If It bo redueI ed to Include only Its olJlco and thoI court bouan The census has taken now and delay was principally what wo were fighting for Lot tho new line however be run if It Is run nail at equal advantage to all and not to a favored few TUADB W C Greening sold Fri lay to Judge W M Myers of Casey his bricK residence on Dxsvlllo street la Hustonvlllo for f 1000 Ho took In part payment the judges stock of goods it Kldds Store which gives Mr 0Ihrco stores and be may open another nt Moroland before long Uustonvillu eoplo will be glad to welcome Judge dyers and his excellent family to their ildat but they dont propose to give up 1r Greening and wife because bo has old his nice borne Cop for tho catalogues of tho Hus oovlllo Pair Aug 2 and 3 has been landed In and work will bo rushed on It Too premiums aro the most liberal ever given by tho association and tho irospocts aro that there will be more took than over while an Immense crowd Is assured Sax ton great band if 15 pieces will make music which lone will ba worth the price of ad nlsblon Secretary Hockar Is getting lundrcds of letters from stock moo and there who Intend to bo present How are tho democrats In Win heater In tho gubernatorial race wo eked of J W Hayden From what I tan learn James D Black is the choice by odds he answered They think he Is not only the strongcstof the an mnccd candidates but will be of much oneflt to the democratic nominees for JopgrcflS In the 10th and In the appol tie race ho added With Mr Black Lbo nominee Judge Hazclrigg could bo Induced to run for appellate judge gain und what bo would do for ORear tho republican nominee would bo a lentyBAILAIIUMrs Coffey who roo turned from Livingston yesterday tolls us that her brother lIon Tom Jim chard died Sunday afternoon after a ong illness aged 02 Ho bad suffered with chronic stomach troublo for years and came to his von Matte at Livings ton from his homo in Jackson county In order to bo nearer to good doctors They could do nothing for him how over as ho was too far gone his former ergo body having been reduced to ncro skin and bones Capt Ballard rus ono of Morgans famous command aOll after the war represented his coon ty in the Legislature He leaves a wife aud 11 children Perfectly conscious to tho last ha npoka calmly of death nod was anxious to bo at rest At his request bU remains wore taken Ho his inn lu Jackson county for Interment lION IlAUVKY HELM delegate to Lbo Kansas City convention roturnedI home Sunday morning just ouL He Is very enthuslastlo over tho osult of tho work of the convention and feels sure that Bryan and Steven 80n will sweep the country as the wa tora do the great deep Ho never saw such enthusiasm as the convention dU eyed and never listened to more ale lent speeches The ono that Impress cd him most Wilt lhat of Webster 0- vis MoKlnleya late Assistant Sec itury of tho Interior who renounced ipubllcunlttm and promised his allO lance to Bryan and Stovunuoa Kane City U tho Cincinnati of thu West 80ld Mr Unpin uni its people are wllfo awake and progressive Thu entuokyuontlngontthorocomposotho besL ol the population and stand ut tho 101 The evening wo arrived they had Tally hos on hand and wo were driven ovor the city and shown every courtoj sy I um especially indebted Lit Mr Andrew F Evans toe favors Ha is one 01 tho solid citizens of tho progressive ult and having been bred In old Ken icky knows how to dispense hu Lallty and impart good cheer How did the delegation stand lo the gov rnorB race win akod Almost sol- Idly for Bliok replied Mr Holm who ddcd that he wan surprised to Und that srlaln of the delegates that bo bud mated for Bookham and others were Lho mountain mans warmest support w c u Tilts is Jones Handkerchief week Dont miss it DONT bo deceived Wo can furnish you life sized pictures for lees than any agent can Maggie Sacray THFUK twiceas much needle matter In this paper as in any In tblS Ie section and Its only SI a year twice week JONES had a boaut display of hili celebrated Hanan and Stacoy Adams shoes on exhibition In the courtbousi square yesterday WM LANDQUAP who has made anI excellent coroner wants to stop a llltli higher and be assessor and his friend will do all In their power to help himI In his ambition He Is a true crat and a capable man for the olllcc AV East Finder thought trio lnlhtsI of Pythias float which bad a goat on It In the 4th of July parade was an ad aertlsoment of Bock bear and that It should have been given the 5 prize George L Penoy offered for the best float or turnout WHILE Otto Enashn was driving from Crab Orchard to Ottonholm with some furniture two men overtook him In a buggy and helped themselves lo throe chairs two of which they dropped by tho wayside They kept the nice rocker though and Mr Ennslln Is oa mad us a hornet- BUSTPNVULIThe Huston vllle Christian Endeavor Society will give a library social at the horns of Mrs Jon nlo Carpenter on Thursday evening next 12th Everybody Invited All young people aro requested to repre sent the title of some book Refresh merits will bo served It will cost nothing to got In but a email leo will bo charged to read your favorite book Go and help tho good cause and spend an evening enjoyably SMALL FinnA tot of trash In tho basement of F Dextor BallouV store In tbo Myers House caught fire be tween 1 and 2 A M Sunday but was quickly extinguished by the few who heard Iho alarm The fire company was not called out Mr Ballou was In the store at a tale hour and while ho says ho lit a cigar ho Is sure that he lid not throw tbe match down tho stair way Tho origin of the fire Is there lore a mystery But little damage was lone beyond the breaking of a plato I rlasfl and other windows to got to the AND AND STOCK T D Ranoy sold to Fox t Lawson n mall bunch of hogs at tic William Matheny is delivering his wheat to Morris Fred at 75e W S Dryo sold to B G Foxol Dan vllle a walking horse for 150 McWIlliams S Roberts sold to E T Pence 101 mixed sheep at 2 to 4c I will stand my Polled Angus bull at- my place at 2 60 J W Baughman John W Stephenson sold to Fox k iIcDowell 131370 pound cattle at 41c FOR SALE Two highgrade cows with young calvoj R H Crow She bv City Gallon William Dodds Gambcila stalllon has served nearly 70 mares his season Fou SALEA six year old mare mule dark brown 16i hands high C L Hensley Klngsvlllo E P Carpenter sold to S T Harbl Bon of Lexington a pair of mares by Kina Squirrel for 8V25 J P Ballard S Bro sold to Adam if Jessamine 100 owes at 175 Green slier sold 17 lo same at sano James Walker Givens refused 9100 or the handsome gray maroho drives Ho bred her this year to Preston Charles Lutes of Lutes k Co bought a bunch of owes of J W Brown ut ale md sold J C Lynn a lot of fat hogs aLI lie Wilkinson Allen sold to Simon Vclhl 00 1400pound cattle dl 60 and tr J C Lynn fivo butcher cows at 81 a 4e J C Hays bought of Bud Martin five ielfor atSl7 of Holuelaw f Hicks Iou at 310 and of Wright Kolloy eight H314 W T Deck sold to Fox S Logan a lair of mules for 200 and bought a nulo for 375 Ho also bought three lolfcrs for 50 Emmett McCormack sold to Peter Mobloy of Nelson county 125 acres of tie Ml Salem farm Including the Im irovoracnts for 84000 Thomas Metcalf sold to Cogar arts of Danville HIWO bushels of wheat rl 7Cc Mr Metcalf had In 140 eras and tbo average was 25 bushels D C Allen bought in tho last low lays a cur load of butcher stun at 21 to 110 flo shipped two cars of lambs to Cincinnati last week that cost 2i to 5c Simon Wclhl bought of Sam For ylhoOS 1470pound export cattle nt- lilcol W J Hanna a lot at 6c of D L Moore 147 slopped cattle at r40 and of Llllard Bros 110 at 4c =Harrods1 burl Democrat W B Ilatobett shipped 270 lambsto Chicago and got Ole fur thorn During hs month bf Juno B F Sanders Co iblppod 5200 lambs to Louisville They COt 6 to Sic and brought 5 and 71c Jarrodsburg Democrat IJ II Boone of tbo firm of Boone 3ro8 lhresherncn tollo us that the resent crop of wheat U the best In his ccpllcctlon Land that has been yield ng only 10 or 12 bushels this your hro mcd out 18 lo 22 W Ah Muthonys vhciit averaged 20 bushels CounT DAY The smallest crowd cure attended court yesterday and cry little business was done There rare 01 cattlo at A B Florences pens only abont nail of which sold A row steers brought close to 5a and tic If era Jl to 4c butcher btulT was In come dt nand at 21 to 3Jc Plug horses were low at 20 to SS Somo mules chang cd hands at 975 to 9100 t HL tIIi John W Yorkcs has sold to Jerry C Caldwell the Yclscr and Shearen pIa coo In one body for 32000 Tho two fyrms contain 470 and In this sale wont ntliO per aero Advocate CHURCHES AND PREACHERSI Tn ERE wilt ba no preaching at Wai nut Flat Sunday Thopastor Rev J II King Is assisting in a meeting Mt Sterling Prayer and praise service at tho Bap list church Wednesday evening as us ual Tbg pastor bolng absent Bro R R Noel will conduct the services as elated by the members Subject Prayer Lot us havo a pleasant time SPENT A GOOD FARM DOOTOHINO Mr A N Noel of Ashervlllo Kansas says ho spent a good farm doctoring him self for chronic diarrhoea but got no relief and was afraid that be must die Ho chanced to got hold of a bottle of Cbnm beilains olio Cliolra and Diarrhoea Remedy and was permanently cured by itI F o solo by Craig dt Hocker Druggists Beyond the growth In hope duo to the news that Chlnoscs Imperial troops under Prince Cling arc guarding the Pekln legations there is nothing new In the Chinese situation Severe fighting continues at Tien Tin Japan has ordered 21000 men and 5000 horses to China and within a few weeks It is ex potted the allied forces will number 100000 men By a unanimous vote 25CO members of tho St Louis Street Railway Em ployers Union have decided to resume tbo strike the Transit Company peo plo laving tricked Its men by violat tog tho recent agreement concerning the employment of men Eugene Owens of Parksvllle who served a term In tbo penitentiary fo killing Gano Dlevlns some years ago was shot and Instantly killed Saturday evening by his brotnorlnlaw Walter Clam for abusing his sister The firm of Durham it Coed Dan vlllo has dissolved Durham laving sold out to his partner who will con- tinuo tbe business will LANDGRAFI- s a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln counI ty subject to democratic action SOUTHDOWN BUCKSI I have for we tome pure South down IlucVi mil tm prepared o handle tine Indiana Ewes J II lioicb at Sprlogt postotlicv Rowland Ky SALE OF LAND AND STOCK In order to dlt Ie Ibe estate of the late IIInI Martha Singleton I writ otlcr for sale on the preui so near Crab on Saturday Sept 1st 1900 tier firm containing r AO = = Of gad Mnxgrax lint won Improved wllli lirlek houM uf MTen nxmit wrll ring garJcu- arebardAa T itMt llalfnuh tialancvln months with n newt IVissualon given a M terms are com plltd with At lame time I will Mil some Fiona and Sale at slurp CoIC iL SINGLETON FOX LOGAN I LIVERY ISTABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will lie In Danville Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will to In Stanford Tuuulayi Thursdays and Sat unlaya like In alto 1cunlngton building Slanfonl urIIce hours 9 to to r OTEO ATHYI Toll Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of Mo depend on the principles of Anatomy arid Physiology for Its re lulls It requires no no drug no rubhlng no surgical operatloni amt claims bang super talural Cbteopatby views man as a machine of so many pari Its keynote adjuitment When all parts are properly adjusted and not overworked health li the result Some of tbe diseases treated by in Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Itheumatlsui Catarrh Weak Eyes irauulated Llds CJoltre Heart IJver and Lung JIlvtMi Constipation 1lles Enlarged ach and inteatinai troubles Dlaeaes of Hones and UlocalloaSlllrJaiots- bnlfaliineonllaenceolUrine Locomolor Alas I Consultation Free The Green StoreHU- STONU1LLe New Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hatsv1Carpets Mattings c They wirnS all bought before recent ad vances and con cllIently the prices aro lower than other stocks bought since oods went up See fay hew lIno of lint Weather Clothing Low Tut Shoes and Straw Flats JAMES FRYE I Have Located In Stanford on Depot St Near Mate for He purpose of wiling Secotdl1atd few CIOt i g At BARGAIN PRICES I am Helling Clothing Cheaper than it WM aver- sold In the town of Stanford before I also carry a Complete Line of Gents Furnishing Goods Come and Get My Prices THE CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE IF YOU AREThrough painting your house hanging your curtains washing your windows piper ingto please RETURN OUR STEPLADDER And Oblige Higgins McKinney e P 8 Also bring our Monkey Wrench Screw Driver hatchet hammer and Saw with you Comfort I Is What You Wont This Hot Weather T Then Go To HJMcRobertsFor Silk Or Madras Shirt Low Cut Shoes and Scrpe Coats and Vests ANOTHER CelebrationTHIS MONTH oa- a our offering of seasonable goods to clean up remnant and odd lots This Is not a sale of trash but all good goods Womens and Childrens Oxfords Mens Shoes Ladies Belts Shirt Waists Ladies Woolen Skirts La dles Wash Skirts Ladies and Chil drens Parasols Wash Goods c And hundreds of little things This wo want to make our banner midsummer sale and the prices we make will surely move them These wo will place on counters in middle of our etoro so they can be well displayed and easily fo- undSEVER4NCE SONS Opposite Court House HandkerchieF + SALE I One Week Below Cost J When wo first begun our Weekly Cut Price Sacs we advertised them to last only until July let but as our trade so universally has shown their appreciation of our liberality In giving them each week one line of goods below cost we have decided to continue our sales through the mratncr weeks and offer this week our whole lino of Ladies Gents and Childrens Handkerchiefs We are also giving deep Cut Prices on all Lawns Challies Low Cut Sites and many other Summer goods but the sale of nil Is our Weekly Out Price Sale given to you in them wo offer tho satire line which is always fresh and In season If you need Hantlkeiclilofs this is your opportunity JOHN P JONES Stanford LookOut For Noxl Weeks Adv J A ALLEN c CO Contractors And Builders STANFORD KY have now ii complete stock of Building Material Yellow 1lno Flooring Coiling Door Sash Hllna and all of pressed arid Hough lumlnjr Shingle and Hoofing Ix cu Se We tuakeostlmates ou any kbrd of work wanted Oftlca Dr L U Cooksro fTHE TEHIOR JOURNAL IqJJlce at Stanford aa Eniertd n the po tcoKdclau malts bun 1II1ay wasayrldnv 1 PER YEAR CASH tr When not iop l 3 300 will becbned BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Tbo L S N will declare a semI- annual dividend of 2 per cent today Tbo Obelisk flour mon of Loulsvlllo Bold 6000 barrels in Havana last month An Indiana man killed his daughter prepared her body for burial and then killed hlnuelf Miss Mary Coodlt Smith alsterln law of Gen Wood was killed In the massacre ai Pekln John Wallace of Bloomington Ill lost his mind worrying over the loss out of hIs pocket of a 85 bill l Saturday was tho hottest day at New York ever recorded In July and at ChI- cago tour died of heat At Brookevlllo Thos KInney town marshal shot and killed hlesoa ln law Robert Yates who was quarreling with his wife Shock caused by the discovery of n shortage In his accounts caused the death of James Boll postmaster at Gainesville Fla Over 80000000 worth of explosives were used July 4 Incomplete statistics show that 30 people woro killed and 1 i 325 njuredby them- Chlckamaufja Park has been selected as the camping ground for volunteer soldiers on tholr return from Cuba and the foreign territories Japan consents to undertake the job of punIshing the Chinese German- joining the other nations in consontiD- to the arrangement- More than a thousand members of tho National Educational Association havo arrived at Charleston S C fo tho annual meeting Henry Wllraorc of Baltimore state on his death bed that he had killed tw men In Oklahoma and that ho hoped tbo Lord would punish him for It Harry C Caruth brother of the ox Congressman gave up a 1000 clerk ship at Washington when bo found i that a brother had loft him 100000 Six persons all members of tho tam fly of James Corrigan a wealthy ves sol owner of Cleveland were lost Lake Erlo by the capsizing of a scnoon orNino Qremon were burled by a fall log ceiling at PIttsburg Three were rescued badly Injured The others are probably dead as the lire broke out afreshThe Louisville Land and Cattle Com pany has about closed a deal for th sale of 200000 acres of land and 15000 cattlo in King county Texas for about 550000 Death comes singularly to some Ai beer bottlo exploded at Flemlngtonf Del and a pIece of tbo flying glass cut Wm Welshs jugular causing him to bleed to death The records show the total loss Are y In the United Statesand Canada for tho first six months of 1000 to be 8108 298000 M against 05609750 for the same period of 1899 Deputy United States Marshal How ard Wilson was killed and Tip Day and James Bush were mortally wounded In Menlfce county while the latter two were resisting arrest Eleven Americans were killed and wounded In last weeks operations In Luzon The Filipino loss In dead 160 Tho Insurgents arc slowly accep ing the amnesty provisions- On July 1 the separate coach law went Into effect In Virginia and all tbo railroads In the State must provide sop arate accommodations lot blacks the same as In Kentucky The foreign consuls at Shanghai offi daily announce that the Pekln minis rovivied hope that they can hold out res cue comes From Tien Tain however comes news that the allies are hard pressed Tho force Is 10000 n r urnbo1and Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Faro better than over Fishing season In full blast Daily hacks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further particulars JB OWENS Moil Parkers Lake Ky THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky k The most centrally located and only FJeSTCLASSHotel 2 RATS Oneljlock from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three I principal he Street City thealrcaJ J CLARENCE COLEMANS COG1TA TIONS DACOLOR LUZON P I May 20 As I havent scribbled the IJ for soy oral weeks I hasten to Inform It I am still among the living oven If I art Ii this far away God forsaken country Many matters of general Interest bavi transpired since my last Gen Otis governor general of the Phllllplnes sailed May 5 on tbo transport Mcadi for the States MaJ Gen MacArtbui Is now governor generate Of courao I am a soldier and can not gossip on rail Itary affairs as I wsh but I will sa Y right hero and nowthero wore no tears shed In military circles over tho lor- mers leaving and the patters Install atlon The American on tbo follow log morning gave no account of his dc parturo at all save a two Inch editorial under the caption With No Regrets and I thInk It wisely said bad Gen MacArthur filled the shoes of his pre decesaor the Philippine insurrection would not have lasted six months I believe Mao Arthur IB tho right man In the right place and hope ho will sue cccd in doing whet others have totes to accomplish The peace commissioners have not arrived hero yet having made stops ai the various way stations but are expected In on the Hancock Juno 4th President Taft of tee coraralsstonwbc will be civil governor of tbo archipelago Is sold to be a than of rare wisdom and diplomacy and fully competent ID every way to deal with the Filipinos Gov Taft and his cabinet will be over tho military In these provinces where civil officers havo already been appointed and all others where civil law will not conlllct with active milita ry operations With two such men at the bead of the two branches of government military and civil as Gen MacArthur read Gov Taft good results thinRk the was commissioners the North East South West and central States being ropes Claclnrnatl 1111 republican but an ex Itdao expansionistAt the insurrection Is fai from being settled I honestly believe hero fa three times more fighting go Ing on now In these Islands than there was three months ago There Is far greater activity being shown at present on the part of the Insurrcctoa that aru recruiting dally at hundreds of places all over tho archipelago and laying plans for another general uprising oc the part of the Filipinos for one tats blow to the Americans The socall ed leaders insure protection to the na tives trying to Influence them against the peace commissioners and to take nc we Americans aro nothing but robbers and thieves etc As to whether the upris fog materializes or not remains yet tc be seen It rutllccs for us to say It will be a dear one to tbe natives If Itsbould No quarter or mercy will be shown them hereafter The activity which they are showing now is accomplishing them Nothing but costing them dearly About two poor misguided Tagallos are giving up their lives every week making widows and orphans for a cause that Is utterly hopeless They hope to accomplish much during the rainy sea son but tho lust one should have taught thorn a most valuable lesson that the American soldiers aro able to cope with them In water up to tbelr necks ThelAmericans are their superiors at any and ail times though hundreds of deadtly Remington and Mauser There Is hardly a day that two three or more officers of the Insurgent army do not come Into the American lines and give themselves up and ask to be paroled Tho request Is invariably made to take the oath of allegiance which Is always granted them The men In the ranks of the Insurgent army aro deserting dally Only this week a major captain four lieutenants and 1G3 privates came marching Into Farlac and surrendered to Col Lleturn of the 9th Infantry They surrendero 188d rUles and a few hundred rounds of ammunition Tbe commander gave very good rcasonsfo hls act Ions saying that before ho finally decided to sur render be called his captalas and lieu tenants together for a caucus Then It was decided that every enlisted man should participate They related their experiences their many hardships the hopelessness of their cause the scare ity of ammunition of their Inability of replendlsbmont The commander a major then put the vote as to whether they should surrender or keep hiding from place to plade In the mountain fastnesses hiding from the bound Uke Americans who know no bounds when on tbe pursuit of the enemy Thous ands are surrendering voluntarily thousands are being taken prisoners thousands are meeting theIr death by the murderous work of the deadly and well directed Krngs thousands aro be ing wounded and maimed for life Yet the Insurrection goes on unabated and with marked activity A secret society known as tbe KatU pun Inn organization which Is now In full blast holding secret meetings In almost every pueblo and barrio In the archipelago Is tho life giving power to the insurrection They are doing all In their power to influence the poor Ignorant and easily deluded natives against everything that Is American There Is not ono false charge against the American people and government that could be made but what has been charged to the Americans Thousands are being pressed Into service against their desire The Kutlpunlans brand d1U tives must be conquered and the sooner tho better The Insurrection will die out In time but It will die hard I believe very much or rather have about the samo IJcus concerning the termination ot eared as tho war depart roost I o that Insurrection will go on with marked activity during tbo rainy season and which will tend to havo the semblance of organization but as soot as tho rainy season Is over tho Amor leans will again prosecute tho war with such vigor us to completely knock thi bottom out and the wlley Insurrectt will wnko up to hie stases and return to tho peaceful pursuits of civil llfo Well to rest on tho war subject I havo just read a dispatch from New York In todays Manila Times thattho United States supremo court hadnt done a thing but put on the tlnal touch 1and that JC W Ucckhatn Is now the governor of Kentucky and the only governor with u rightful claim Ail honor to that bodY of able jurists who cannot bo coerced or Influenced AI the majority of the judges ot that Na tlonal body of jurists aro republicans they could just as easily bavo euldTiiy lor was tbo man but I am glad to know that In the many hundreds of dc clsions handed down by the supreme court not onu Instance Is recorded whore politics so proJudlced tbo jurist so as to prevent them from making a wise and just decision I thought the people knew me more than they do Several months ago writing of the currency pver here I made some pe collar remarks that some read In thr light that I had taken a flop Ill nop when such men as Bryan and Blackburn flop and not till then Llko Da- vId O Hill abovo all I am a demo crat CONCLUDED NEXT ISSUE LANCASTER ITbe Central Kentucky Medical Association will meet here on the 10 Rev Lconldas Robinson has begun protracted meeting at tbo Molhodls church In Uryantsville Mr Thomas Stone raised 325 of wheat on 10 acres of land Tbo crop Is generally good throughout the coun tryMr Arch McKInney Jr was wit O W Shngars Miss Eugenia Busby of Wllllamsburg Is sojournning with Miss Eugenia Buah Miss Clyde McGlnnes of Danville has consented to take part In the con test hero on Thursday night 12 Th young ladles era all talented thu renal will bo an attractive feature sad the audience will be highly entertained Miss May Hughes will preside at the piano and It G Ward J M Farr II W Batson and O W Shugurs will fur DIsh high grads vocal music A Interest Is tell In the entertainment Tickets on sale ut McRobcrts Prof W T Watts an elocutionist of Nicb olasvlllo will bo ono of tho judges When I note tho fact that a Pbland China sow In Missouri sold for IUiili and her first pigs brought 110551 won der why our farmers do not handle ter stock A friend says that If bo ha a sow like that and she strayed he would get Bon R C Wurron to wet 0 an advertisement ui ho noticed ono that ho had put in the INTEUIOK Joun NAL In which he said ho had Coat a sow with ono ring In her noso and tho oth j er out which he thought was accurately descriptive It Is also a wonder that our people do not raise more fowl as hone produce 5000000000 annually which la equal to the entire crop of corn bay and oats Ono acre of hens will yield as much as 2uO acres of wheat Kentucky farmers cultivate too many acres and dont work enough Miss Cora Wesley has returned from Mlllcrsburg J E Robinson has been presiding as special judge In the police court and ho seems to be at home Messrs James Dillon and Jake Joseph went to Dripping Springs Sunday Hor ace Herndon Is at home for a while Ti Elkin has returned from Cincin nail S C Denny has been sick fur a few days JM Duncan hue the finest ripe tomatoes In the country Bon Hughes of Norwood Ohio U hero on business Miss Glen Rimsoy of Han over Indiana is with her aunt Mrs Elizabeth Patterson Miss Julia May Games Is visiting Miss Mabul Royston at Junction City and attendlug Lin nletta Springs Rev Wolford of In diana preached two able sermons at the Baptist church Sunday Robert Ware McRoberts returned from La Grange accompanied by his uunt Mrs J R Mount and her daughters Mug gie nod Jo Ann Tho nomination of Bryan and Ste vonson meets the hearty approval ot the faithful democrats of Garrard AI though the nomination fur the second place was In doubt Senator Farris guessed Stevenson 24 hours before the result was announced and as he carried Illinois in 1812 and will help the ticket In Indiana and Kentucky he Is tbe right man Ono thing Is certain tho ticket Is an honest one far beyond tho reach of toodle In the hands of the corrupllonlst The platform favors the general welfare and tho greatest good to the greatest number If there Is only ono point ot difference among democrats they should not refuse to support tho ticket and advocate grin clplcs that are hurtful and pernicious In toto One policy will never make mo forsake my party when the policies of the other party aro all wrong Wo can win with a united Lich o traoy STORY OF A SLAVE TolMtliotinilhinJ and foot for jean l jr the hilniof dlnruaU the wont form of tlarrrjr leorge William of Manchester Ml bow ouch a dare war inaJe free Ito aajra wltebubeen to liclplru for firo years that the not turn over In bed alone filter mlng two ottlMOfKlertrlolllttnl he la wonderfully ten real and able to do her own work This au remerenicdy fur leniale dltoams hulcklf cure Wvou ntM Ieeplnetnelncbol headache ackache Tlili inlrn ie working medicine Ii a Isenlllo weak sickly in down Every bottle uiranteed Only 00 Sold br ennyUrug4b- 0Thcro woro to deaths from heat In hlcago Saturday WILD WITH ECZEMA And Other Itching Burning Scaly Eruptions with Loss of Hair Speedy Cure Treatment SIA25 Bathe the affected parts with Hot Water and Cutlcura Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle Dry without hard rubbing and apply Cutlcura Ointment freely to allay Itching Irritation and Inflammation and soothe and heal and lastly take Cutlcura Resolvent to cool and cleanse the blood A single set price 125 Is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring and humiliating skin scalp and blood humors with loss of hair when all else falls This sweet nUll wholesome treatment affords instant relief permits rest and sleep in tho severest forms of eczema and other itching burning anti scaly humors of tho akin scalp and blood and points ton speedy permanent and economical euro whorl nil other remedies fail The agonizing itching and burning of tho skin as In eczema i the frightful sealing as in psoriasis i the loss of hair and crusting of lire scalp as in scallcd head tho facial disfigurement ns in pimples and ringworm i tho awful suffering of Infants nUll the anxiety of worn out parents as in milk crust tetter and salt rheumall demand n remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully copo with them That COTICUUA remedies are such stands proven beyond all doubt No statement is made regarding them that is not Justified by tho strongest evidence Tho purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate relief tho certainty of speedy and permanent cure tho absolute safety and great economy have made them the Btnndard skin cures and humor remedies of the civilized world Pnics TUB Tti2Scons1UogofClaltofABar2ScCPnemuOIIITCINTtoeClnlc- uaA lUfOLTEXT roc Sold throughout the world rrrza Prop lUxton How to Cure Every humor fwo Referring to an editorial In this pa per tho Somerset Journal says Wo think very likely that Coy Bcckham will further complicate the situation allong theayoung governor does really Leona a for an assembly of the Legislature for aroendlageso It will be absolutely non Oocbcl election law anticipating any and all complications and upsetting all conventionhnot a happy his genius and worthy his executive ability Watch for this Bryan baa now been unanimously nominated for president by tho sideol republtecans Americana It Is now up to the woman rlghters Louisville Times KEYSOFTHEVICINA6L William Durham aged 01 and the lasthweek A postonice has been established at lona Laurel county with T J Tate postmasterII Everfcolo of London has bougbt for 5000 the Anderson Hotel at Darbourvlllo anddwere married at Jelllco last week C W Lester denies sending any tel egram to Noakg who has been arrested charged with complicity In the Goebel Fannie Hines whole reported among the Americans killed by the formerlptaughtschoolsat Mlddlcsboro D R Totleu of 3 rod head publishes ahot card In the Mt Vornon Signal denying tho resort that ho wont over to the democratic party to get olllcc The London Kontucklan thinks It self a great advertising medium be cause It was the only paper that adver Used the Odd Fellows picnic and 3000 people wore present At a dunce In WhItley Sidney Sutton a cousin of ShcrllT James Sutton It Is charged sbot a man named Hayes twice end fatally wounded him The duuco was broken up und most of the participants nro doctoring cuts iiI d bruises Clarence and Brooks Latbam wore arrested ut Falconer and plucud In jail ut Lexington whore each will await trial on two charges of forgery They got u bill of goods from Howard lFlood by forging the name of a man as their endorsers MATRWOillAL MATTERS William Burton and Mis Lena Met calfe of Wayne county were rnarrii d lust week Miss Alice Uunawny formerly of this county i was married ut 1lttsburg lust week to Henry Con key At Quincy III Sebwilun Miller 75 years old went out to his wlfed grave laid down on his face und died lion E C Llnnny of Louisville tried to marry Mss Buruelta DorJtrs of Cam pbelllV III c ut Lebanon put the girl being uiider lieu ho could not gut the llomirf They then sent to JotTensonvlllo Tho bride Is u coueln of Chief Train Dispatcher L M Wes torQcld Will Wood a montl pervert who was mixed up In the murder of his cousin Pearl Bryan was married In Indiana last week to MISS Dally till only daughter of Hun A C Dally president of tho Lebanon National Hank and formerly auditor of tho State of Indiana She Is 18 years old rind ono of the rnosUcharmlng members of the younger society set of Lebanon WANTED Wo want a tow more good agents of either sex to take orders good wages position exclusive territory Address Box lll Danville KyrvotuAina snupTions joyltuckientrulcar IIIC1lInlllHrlrrt nut Ialui and Afbm Only Mo a Ixjr Cure uuantefd Sold by 1cnuy Drugglit Central Holiness camp meeting Wll more July ilrd to Aug 2d State democratic convention Lox Ington July 10th Ono and one third fare for the roundtrlp from all points rU1turn0 July 1215 Ono fare for tbe round trip to Allan ta Ga Atlanta battlefield reunion Ju ly 1S20 1000 Annual convention Y P C U Unlvorsallit church July 11 18 1000 See your ticket agent for par tlculara Low rates West Railroad bargain days via the Monon outo TIckets wll bo sold by the Monon route from Lou livlllo Ky to points In Arizona BritI- sh Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska Now Mexico Noith Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at ono tlrstclass faro plus f2 foi tho roundtrip on June 10th July 717 Aug 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 210 Nov 0 20 and Dec 416 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour lets will bo furnished with schedules and further Information by addressing B If Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky DXSLIAIUt IRon mRVC WMtlierwultof i fodM health Idlaml 114 will and tmHi nd energy are net found where tiloniith Urer Kldiwji and IkiwfU ere outoforJtr II you wanttbee niullllc and the nectu they bring Dr King Ne r Lite Illli They develop every power of brain and holy Only 26eL Penny Drug Store tareturnHalf rates to Atlnn via the Southern Railway In connection with the Queen ft Crescent Route Double dally through trains July 10 and 17 account Atlanta Battle Field Reunion TIckets good to return until July 23d July 21 and 25 account Southern Kp worth Lnaguo meeting Tickets good to return until Aug 1st SuuthIerDRoute or address Wm II Tayloe A 0 P A Loulsvlllp ICy HOWS TJIir- Wcnn rOiie llumlrnl IMton Itewnnl or any- ace4 OK nli ILitttiMI U tniwl lijr JlilUCn UrrhlOiireY J CUBSEY CO Mnla O Cheneyforhonorable In til liunlneM tmruwllon art BnanH ally aide to rarrr nut say uillgiti loni nude l r their ann- WaeT1 TniAX WhIle Ilrnfl t Tolwlo WAiniXi KIIso It IAaviN Vh IAle Iug gist lollO O Italic Catarrh Cure Ii taken lllern ally aclle illrrrlly in the glom and mumusMufaeriof tti meal rMiliianlilih free 1rire per bat lie Nild h1 all PriKorUin halt Kmully Illb arn tIe l n 831 CO to St Purl und return Tho Monon routo will sell tickets to St Paul and return ut 2160 from Louis vlllu Ky on July M 15 miLd 11 good returning until July 211 On pretpn tutlon orit roundtrip ticket from Si Paul to any point buyond milling u value of 85 or mot a mind by pttvmonl ol edits fie rxtoneldn nf limit will be granted by tin jtiiii agent rat St Pearl to Aug 2Ut l rtloulbrtl of K II Da con D P A Monon Itouiu Louisville Ky r Muckinao uxuurttlon tickets nru now on sale by thu Monon Ruiitu from LIIII Isvlilo to Mackinuu Mich and return going via Chicago and Marquette the hay over cure und returning direct routes with liberal liinlttt and Htopovor prlvlloLfS iitratuof 830 from Loulu vllle Address K fl nacon n P A Lonlsvlllo PREVEIITKD A TRAGEDY Timely InfotiiHilin glrrn Mrn Iwirun Inegor trgsdyandearaltwopeg kept Ipr wake nero night She had trlwl many icumllia and Baton but atcadlly grow Utwororyfloetuarrelounnnllclaalaocnral Slr Ines or a eo r attack of rneumonu Such curei are Ue proof of tho niatchlcM merit of this grand remedy fur curing all thnxt lIt Boll lung Irou JurauledTrllTho Kcho bus a tlPrthat London has over 1000 Inhabitants FOR RENTflood property In the town of Crab Orchard W LANDOUAT Krlger Ky HOTEL FOR SKL6 leading Hotel In Kouitrtet with good 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prim mourn rri urww inure ItM1 cluu matter murv gash Wrle s thou any iillmr Iiwutil wrdadly and Snt agentSanqlet UUllltlt JllUKHAI Co lIDl Vlllr Kv By A Special Arrangement You eau got Semi Weekly Interior Journal Aral tint WICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL llolli Ono Year Ior ONLY 125Title for rashattlIi rlitlotit All suoHcrlptluiiH tinder lht iotnlilnalloii offerais i must ln wot iiirnngh the INTKIHOII JOIIINU- utilrp THE TERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford al tecondclau matt- errub2lahdTtaod49oadS ridnv n 1 PER YEAR CASH lOpildfflSOO will be charred W Wb nnot BRIEF NEWS NOTATION The L N will declare a semi annual dividend of 2 per cent today Tho Obelisk flour men of Louisville sold 0000 barrels In Uavana last month An Indiana man killed his daughter prepared her body for burial and thei killed himself Miss Mary Condit Smith elsterln law of Gen Wood was killed In the massacre at Pokln John Wallace of Bloomington 111 lost his mind worrying over tho loss out of his pocket of a 35 bill Saturday was tho hottest day at Nev York eer recorded In July and at Chicago four persons died of heat At Brooksvllle Thos Kinney tows marshal shot and killed his eon In law Robert Yates who was quarreling with his wife Shock caused by the discovery of a shortage in his accounts caused the death of James Bell postmaster nl Gainesville Fla Over 80000000 worth of explosives f t were used July 4 Incomplete statistics show that 30 people were killed and 1 325 njuredby them- Chlcknraauga Park has been selected as the camping ground for volunteer 4soldiers on their return from Cuba and tho foreign territories t Japan consents to undertake the job i of punishing the Chinese Germanv f joining the other nations In consenting to the arrangement- More than a thousand members ol the National Educational Association have arrived at Charleston S C for tho annual meeting Henry Wilmore of Baltimore stated on hU death bed that he had killed two men In Oklahoma and that bo hoped the Lord would punish him for It Harry C Caruth brother of the ex Congressman gave up a 1000 clerk ship at Washington when ho found that n brother bad left him 100000 Six persons all members of the fam ily of James Corrigan a wealthy ves eel owner of Cleveland were lost In Lake Erie by the capsizing of a scnoon or Nine firemen were burled by a fall calling at Pltlsburg Three were rescued badly Injured The others are probably dead as the Ore broke out afreshThe Louisville Land and Cattle Com pany has about closed a deal for the sale of 200000 acres of land and 15000 cattlo in King county Texas for about 550000 Death comes singularly to some A beer bottle exploded at Flemlngtonf Del and a piece of the flying glass cut Wm Welshs jugular causing him to bleed to death The records show the total loss by fire In the United States and Canada for the first six months of 1900 to be 108 298000 as against 05099750 for the same period of 1890 Deputy United States Marshal How i ard Wilson was killed and Tip Day and James Bush were mortally wounded In Mcnlfce county while the latter two were resisting arrest Eleven Americans were killed and 10 wounded In last weeks operations In Luzon The Filipino loss In dead was 160 The Insurgents are slowly accepting the amnesty provisions On July 1 tho separate coach law went Into effect in Virginia and all the- railroads In the State must provide separate accommodations for blacks the same as In Kentucky The foreign consuls at Shanghai offl dally announce tbat the Pekln minis revivedcue comes From Tien Tsln however comes news that the allies are bard td pressed The force Is 10000 J umIor1an Falls Hotel NOW OFEN Faro better than ever Fishing season in full blast Daily hacks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write fur catalogue and further particulars J B OWENS Mon Parkers Lake Ky THE FIFTH AYE MOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located nod only FJeSTCLASSJlotelln 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping dletriet and two blocks from the three IlleCity n a CLARENCE COLEMANS COUITA TIONS BACOLOR LUZON P I May 20 As I havent scribbled the IJ for say oral weeks I hasten to Inform It I an still among tbo living oven If I at In this far away God forsaken country Many matters of general Interest bavi transpired since my last Geu Otis governor general of tho Phllllpines sailed May 6 on the transport Mcadi for the States Maj Gen MacArthur Is now governor general Of course am a soldier and can not gossip on mil Itary affairs as I wish but I will say right hero and nowthero wore no teary shed in military circles over the formers leaving and the latters install atlon The American on the follow lag morning gave no account of his dc parturo at all save a two Inch editorial under the caption With No Regrets and I think it wisely said bad Gen MacArthur filled the shoes of his predecessor the Philippine Insurrcctiot would not have lasted six mouths I be have Mao Arthur la the right man it the right place and hopo ho will succeed In doing what others have failed to accomplish The peace commissioners have not arrived here yet having made stops at the various way stations but are expected Ic on the Hancock Juno 4th President Tuft of the coramlsalonwho will be civil governor of the archipelago is said to be a man of rare wisdom and diplomacy and fully competent in every way to deal with tho Filipinos Gov Taft and his cabinet will be over the military In these provinces where civil officers have already been appointed and all others where civil law will not conflict with active milita ry operations With two such men at the head of the two branches of gov ernment military and civil as Gen MacArthur and Gov Taft good results are sure to crown their efforts I think the president was wise In selecting the commissioners the North East South West and central States being represented Taft who halls from Cincin natl is a republican but an antlcx panslonlsi The Southern member a strong and ardent democrat and an expansionistAt tho insurrection is far from being settled I honestly believe there fs three times more fighting going on now in these Islands than there was three months ago There Is far greater activity being shown at present on the part of the tnsurrcctos than there has been for months They are recruiting dally at hundreds of places all over the archipelago and laying plans for another general uprising on the part of the Filipinos for one fatal blow to the Americans The socall ed leaders Insure protection to tho na lives trying to influence them against the peace commissioners and to take no stock In their otTers and say that we Americans are nothing but robbers and thieves etc As to whether the upris ing materializes or not remains yet to be seen It iutllces for us to say it will bo a dear one to the natives if itsbould No quarter or mercy will be shown them hereafter The activity which they are showing now is accomplishing them bothiog but costing them dearly About two poor misguided Tugallos are giving up their lives every week making widows and orphans for a cause that Is utterly hopeless They hopo to accomplish much during the rainy sea son but the lust one should have taught them a most valuable lesson thnt the American soldiers are able to cope with them In water up to their necks as well as during the dry season The Americans are their superiors at any and ail times though hundreds of them are biting tho dust from the dead ly Remington and Mauser There Is hardly a day that two three r more officers of the Insurgent army 10 not come Into the American lines ted give themselves up and ask to bo paroled The request Is invariably made to take the oath of allegiance which Is always granted them The non In the ranks of tbo Insurgent army are deserting dally Only this week a najor captain four lieutenants and 101 privates came marching into Farlac mad surrendered to Col LlsMirn of tbe- 19th Infantry They surrenJero 183d and a few hundred rounds of am nunlllon The commander gave veryI rood reasonsfo file act Ions saying hat before he finally decided to sur render tie called his captains and lieu tenants together for a caucus Then It was decided tbat every enlisted man hould participate They related their xperienccs their many hardships the opolcsanesa of their cause the scarc ly of ammunition of their Inability of cplcndlsbment The commander a major then put the vote as to whether boy should surrender or keep hiding from place to plude in the mountain flatnesses biding from the boundlike Americans who know no bounds when on the pursuit of the enemy Thous ands are surrendering voluntarily bouBunds are being taken prisoners tbou ands aro meeting their death byI tbe murderous work of the deadly and well directed Iras thousands are be Inl wounded and maimed for life Yet tbe Insurrection goes on unabated and rith marked activity A secret society known as the KatlI suntan organization which is now In full blast holding secret meetings in Imost every pueblo and barrio In theI rcblpelago Is the life giving power to tho Insurrection They are doing all In their power to influence the poor lJn rant and easily deluded natives gainst everything that U American Tllere U not one false charge against tho American pcoplo and government hat could be made but what has been barged to the Americans Thousands are being pressed Into service against theIr desire The Kuilpunluns brand heir members just over the heart and If I am not mistaken their brand Is the HUge of tho human heart These na K1J lives must be conquered and the soon er tho better The insurrection will die out In time but It will die hard I believe very much or rather havo about the same Ideas concerning tbo termination of same as the war department e that insurrection will go on with marked activity during tbo rainy season and which will tend to have tbe semblance of organization but ns soot as the rainy season Is over the Amer leans will again prosecute the war with such vigor as lo completely knock tie bottom out and the wiley luaurrccu will wake up to his senses and rotor to tho peaceful pursuits or civil lIfo Well to rest on the war subject 1 have just read a dispatch from Nov York In todays Manila Times that thi United States supremo court badnt done a thing but put on the final touch and that JC W Bcckham Is now thi governor of Kentucky and the only governor with a rightful claim Ail honor to ibatbodv of able jurists whi cannot bo coerced or influenced As the majority of the judges of that National body of jurists are republicans they could just as easily have said TIlY lor was the man but I am glad to know that In the many hundreds of decisions banded down by the supreme court not one instance is recorder whore politics eo prejudiced the jurist so as to prevent thorn from making a wise and just decision I thought tin people knew me more than they do Several months ago writing of the currency pver here I made some pe collar remarks that some read in the light that lhad taken a flop Ill lloi when such men as Bryan and hack burn flop and not till then Like Da vid B Hill above all I am a demo crat CONCLUDED NEXT ISSUE LANCASTER Tbo Central Kentucky Medical Association will meet here on the 10 Rev Lconldas Robinson has begun a protracted meeting at Ibo Methodist church in Bryanlsville Mr Thomas Stone raised 325 bushel of wheat on 10 acres of laud Tho crop Is generally good throughout the coun tryMr Arch McKinney Jr was with O W Shngars Miss Eugenia Busby of Willlamsburg U eojournnlng with Miss Eugenia Bush Mist Clyde McGlnnes of Danvllle has consented to take part In the con test here on Thursday night 12 The young ladles are all talented the music will be an attractive feature and the audience will be highly entertained Miss May Hughes will preside ut the piano and R G Ward J M Farm H W Batson and O W Shugars will furnish high grade vocal music A deep Interest Is felt in the entertainment Tickets on sale at McRoberts Prof W T Watts an elocutionist of Nich olasville will bo one of the judges When I note the fact tbat a Poland China sow in Missouri sold for 81571 and her first pigs brought 830551 won der why our farmers do not handle bet ter stock A friend says that if ho bad a sow like that and she strayed he would get Bon R C Warren to write an advertisement as ho noticed one that he had put in the INTERIOR JOUR IINAL In which he said be had lost a sow with one ring In her nose and the other out which bo thought was accu rarely descriptive It Is also a wonder that our people do not raise more fowU as hens produce 5000000000 annually which Is equal to the entire crop of corn hay and oats One acre of hens will ylsld as much us 2oO acres of wheat Kentucky farmers cultivate too many acres and dont work enough Miss Cora Wesley has returned from Millcrsburg J E Robinson has been presiding as special judgo In the police court and he seems to be at home Messrs James Dillon and Jake Joseph went to Dripping Springs Sunday Hor ace Herndon la at home for a while Ti Elkin bus returned from Cincin nati S C Denny hug been sick fur a few days J M Duncan has the Uncut ripe tomatoes In the country Ben Hughes of Norwood Ohio U here on business Miss Glen Ramsey of Hanover Indiana is with her aunt Mrs Ellzabclh Patterson Miss Julia May Gaines Is visiting Miss Mabel Roysion it Junction CIty and attending Lie alolta Springs Rev Wolford of Indiana preached two able sermons at the Baptist church Sunday Unhurt Ware McRoberts returned from La orange accompanied by his aunt Mrs J R Mount und her daughters Mag gie and Jo Ann The nomination of Bryan und Sic roneon meets the beartv approval ot the faithful democrats of GarrarU Al hough the nomination fur the second place was In doubt Senator Farris guessed Stevenson 24 hours before the result was announced and as be carried Illinois In 1802 arid will help the icket in Indiana and Kentucky he la he right man One thing ia certain the ticket Is an honest one fur beyond the reach of roodlo In the hands of the corruption lilt The platform favors tbo general welfare and the greatest good to the greatest number If there Is only one point of difference among lemocruts they should not refuse to support the ticket and advocate win jlples that aro hurtful anti pernicious In tote One policy will never snake ne forsake my party when the policies f the other party are all wrong We can win with u united Jerroiruoy STORY OF A SLAVE To IK liouml hanJ and foot for jrrara l y the lialnaof dlnraxnl the wont form of kluurjr linixel William of Manrlmtcr Mid Mil low ouch a dare was nude free Ito ear My wlro haa been to lielpltu for are years that the o er In hod alone Alter tiling tw- oolllaofEleetrloflittersheIwonderfully pur rove and able to do her own iu for tensile dlauea riulckly euro IryounlMIIMlllfflllnN1IIIflaoclllr Thin headache nilra working medicine a godsend to weak sickly uu down E er bottle guaranteed Only Oc Sold br lonnTlIrullet There were four deaths from heat In blcago Satur- dayiahlnYitilWtflolwi WILD WITH ECZEMA v And Other Itching Burning Scaly Eruptions with Loss of Hair Speedy Cure Treatment Sf251 Bathe the affected parts with Plot Water and Cutlcura Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle Dry without hard rubbing and apply Cutlcura Ointment freely to allay Itching irritation and inflammation and soothe and heat and lastly take Cutlcura Resolvent to cool and cleanse the blood A single set price 125 Is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring and humiliating skin scalp and blood humors with loss of hair when all else falls This sweet and wholesome treatment affords instant relief permits rest and sleep in the severest forms of eczema nod other itching burning and scaly humors of tho akin scalp and blood and points ton speedy permanent nnd economical euro when nil other remedies fall The agonizing itching and bunting of tho skin na In eczema i tho frightful scaling ns in psoriasis i tho loss of hair mill crusting of the scalp as in sculled head i tho facial disfigurement us in pimples anil ringworm i the awful suffering of infanta and the anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tetter nUll salt rheumall demand n remedy of almost superhuman virtues to Biioccssfiilly cope with them That CuricrjuA remedies are such stands proven beyond nil doubt No statement is inado regarding them that is not justified by the strongest evidence Tho purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent euro tho absolute safety and great economy have made them tho standard skin cures and humor remedies of the civilized world PRICK Tee SIT I1K ccn l ungof Crriccni Soar lie Ctrrtcuiu OIKTXIHT ilk Cum cuiu ItMOLTiXT Ute Sold throughout 01 worM Portia IJuuo 4CD CDuCuxr1104 Prop llama flow to Care Kvfry Humor true Referring to nn editorial In this IJIII per the Somerset Journal says We think very likely that Goy Bockhan will further complicate tho situation by knocking the persimmon with a long polo which ho will most probably use ere this is In print Suppose the young governor does really Issue ft call for an assembly of tho Legislature for the purpose of repealing or amending so It will be absolutely nonpartisan the Gocbol election law anticipating any and all complications and upsetting all combinations In tho State convention Would It not be a happy stroke worthy his genius and worthy his executive ability Watch for this Bryan has now been unanimously nominated for president by tho Bideof tboroad populists the silver republi cans the democrats and the Afro Americana It Is now up to the woman rlghlcrs Louisville Times NEWS OF THE VICINAGE William Durham aged Ul and the oldest moan In Ilockcaslle died last week nt1lonapostmasterII Eversolc of London has bought for 5000 the Anderson Hotel at Darbourvlllo George Tharp of Junction City and Miss Dora Norvoll of narbourvlllc were married at Jolllco last week C W Lester denies sending any tel egram to Noaks who has been arrested charged with complicity In the Goebel murder Miss Fannie Hines who is reported among the Americans killed by the Chlnecg Boxers formerly taught school at Mlddlcsboro D II Totton of Brodbead publishes ahot card In tho Mt Vernon Signal denying the report that ho wont over to the democratic party to get olllcc The London Kentuckian thinks itself a treat advertising medium be cause It was tho only paper that adver tised the Odd Fellows picnic and 3000 people were present At a dance In Whitley Sidney Sut ton a cousin of Sheriff James Sutton it Is charged shot a man named Hayes twice and fatally wounded him The da n eo was broken up und moot of tho participants aru doctoring cuts aid bruises Clarence and Brooks Latham were arrested at Falconer and placed In jail ut Lexington where each will await trial on two charges of forgery They got a bill of gouda from Howard C Flood by forging the name of a man as their endorsers MATRIMOIIIAL MATTERS William Burton und Mis Lena Met cairo of Wayne county were marry d lust week Mid Alice Dunuway formerly of ihU county was married ut PltUburg lus week to leery Conkoy At Quincy III Sebmlun Mlllor 7G years old went out to his wlfod grave laid down on his taco and oleo Hon E C Llnnny of Louisville tried to marry Miss Hurnettu DorJtrs of Cumpbelltivllle ut Lebanon tut the girl being under lIt ho could not get the Ramose They then went to- JelTerauovlllu Tho bride Is u oiucln jf Chief Train DI Mtuher Ll1Vcs orfleld Will Wood a moral pervert who was mixed up In the murder of his cousin Pearl Bryan wits married In Indiana lust week to MUs Dully the only laughter ot lIon A C Dally president of tho Letunon National Hank tad formerly uud tor of thu State of Indiana She U 18 years old end one 01 the moatcburinlng members of the Lounger society set of Lebano- nWANTED want u few moro Jood agents of either sex to take or- Il10rll good wares permanent position xcluslve territory Address Box Ml Janvlllc Ky YOWAHIC ERUPTIons JOlIucklclIdhrpnilandtire nut Ialru and Ache only Mo a Lox Cure uarmulecJ Sold If IVuuy Urugglit Itrtm II d oa Central Holiness camp mooting Wil more July 23rd to Aug 2d State dcraocratio convention Lex Ington July lHn One and ono thin faro for the roundtrip from all point In the State good until July Hid to re turn U V P U Convention Cincinnati 0 July 1216 One fare for tho round trip to Atlanta Ga Atlanta battlefield reunion Ju ly 1820 1000 Annual convention Y P C U Unlvenallst church July 11 18 1000 See your ticket agent for par tlculars o Low rates West Itallroad bargali days via tho Monon outo Tickets will bo sold by the Monon route from Lou livlllo Ky to points In Arizona Drlt Ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa NoIbraskaOregon South Dakota Utab Ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at one firstclass faro plus 2 for the roundtrip on June 10th July 517 Aug 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 2 in Nov 0210011 Dec 4 10 limited roturolni 21 days Prmpactlng parties and tour lets will bo furnished with schedules and further information by addressing E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky ARILS IRon KSRVE Wu the muilt of hli splendid health loloml table will and irnHfnIoMii cnrrxr are not found whitreHtomaeh Uver KMnejri mil Ilowrl an out of order If you wtnlthwa qualities sod tb- tectb bring uw I r King New JJfIIUL They ilerrlnp every nwrr ol braiD and body Only 8 e at rranri Dreg Store cad Half rates to Atlanta return via the Southern Hallway In connection with the Queen ft Crescent Route Double dally through trains July 16 and 17 account Atlanta Rattle Flood Reunion Tickets good to return until July 23d July 21 and 25 account Southern Ip worth League meeting Tickets good to return until Aug Int Apply ti nnarOt ugiinl of tho South era Runway or Queen ft Crescent Route or address Wm II Tayloe A G P A Louisville Ky IIOWM Tinr- Weoll Tiie llHnilml IMlin Reward far an- yae1 CXmli lhi1 f unit llilliCa UrrliJCurcV J CII8VEY A CO rltolo II Wp unlorlllnl tar known VJ Climry lorlbnliul and Mine him tnrlfftly honorable In rnlnM tmrMrllom rlllnnrl ally able to airy out Any lillfiiloni undo br their nrm Tnrtx Wlmlemle IIrHirrlfblTolIlo O W LIt KNKARA IAII gist lolnlo U halls CUiarrh Cure U taken Intern slly arlle illrrrtly iiinn the bloat and miiooui urfacr of Ib putcin TwiiiiinliU watt CItt Jrlio Iocr lot tie KolJ bj all DruiortHn IllUa Family I1lta sat lhel i r e 21 00 to St Purl und return Tho Monon route will soil tickets to St Puul and return at 42lf 0 from Louisville Iy on July 14 16 utd K good returning uutll July 21t On presen tation of a roundtrip ticket from Si Paul to any point beyond iidiltntr u vuluuof 5 or mote and by pavmcnt of 50 octets foe fxtonrlim of limit with br granted by tho joint akont tit St Paul to Aug 2Ut Piirtlfulbmof K II Bacon DP A Monon Route Louisville Ky Mucklnao excursion lIulotH nice now on sale by thu Monon Rouui from f on Uvlllu lo Macklnuc Mich und roiurn going via Chicago and Marquotlo the hay fever cure and returning direct routes with liberal loathe und Htopov ir prlvlleLiH iitrutoof 82 from Louie vlllo Address g H Radon D P A LonUvlllc PHEVEHTKD A TRAGEDY IntgofNewlyanti saved two lira A frightful cough hail kept tier awake everr night Sun had tried iianjr teuiidlm and ilocton but alraillljr grow Utwoverytheuarrcloua innllclne cnml Mr tong of a M pvlrrccnmly for curing alt throat thwt and lung trou guarnlrJfrlatThe choha a private tip that Lon lion has over 1000 Inhabitants FOE RENTGood property In the town of Crnti Orchard W LANIKIRAK Krlgtr Kj HOTEL FOR SKL6 leading Hotel In Somerset with good liuMntM will Mil or trade fur good stock farm prlticliiallj gnu Addrm IITKRIOU JoC- RRALPosTEn myLatinwar 1ANDD1UK Krlgcr Ky DqharmKuKi NiKULLAOttrnlifltii Kjr LUTES COt LIVE STOCK DEALERS Milledgovillo Ky we bue on hands 400 Rood Stock Kwn and bo hate on lauds thorvugbbrrt Houlhdow llama fur ale LlTIM A CU BICYCLES REPAIRED Most Illcyclo Store In 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