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F SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL II r VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 13 1900 9 A M NO 38 if l NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Rivals Is n now poHtolIlco In Sponco county and 0 W Sloan postmaster Will Ollbortand Prank Watson Ne KrocH perhaps fatally wounded each othor In n fight at Munchoalor Tho two highly bred bloodhounds bo lunging to J J Peal town marshal ot Nlcholasvlllci woro shut and kllod hJI William Curd a farmer who shot the dogs believing they wore after hli sheep Tho Contra College foot hall team will thlll fall Ira trained by a high olnn coach Ho will bb llalph 1 Ilomll who was lat year tho star half buck of the Chicago University champions Advocate Monday night Christine infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed French lied of cholera Infantum and ycetor day evening Samuel Marshall aged 11 months son of Mr and Mrs S M Harbison died of the eamo llscago Dinvlllo Advocate Androw Hays died In Whltloy coun ty from tho effects of being shot by Sid Button July Hays Wild nut thought to bo dangerously wounded at first He was a soldier In tho 2d Kentucky regi ment Company during tho Spanish war Sutton has surrendered Sam MoIIarguo a Laurel county character was bit by Passenger No 20 near Corbin Ho was asleep on the trade and was knocked some distance away and though tho train crow and panAongors hunlod for nearly an hour nothing but his hat could be found He crawled homo and will likely recover In Mercer county Forroat Alford ahot nndlntlantly killed William Ov crstrect Both are farmers und the trouble dates from last fall when Ov crslrcot killed several lurkoyg belong thg to Mrs Alford and then sent Alford word to coiiiu and drive tho others ud his place When Alford wont after them Ills claimed Ov rtroot throat enod to kill him and followed him to the road with a shot gun la his bands The mnn met ID the highway when Ov cnlreet drew a knife and advanced on Alford suylng be Intended to kill him Alford then drew a pistol and tired five times every shot taking olTuoU TUG DEATHS OF TUB APOSTLES It is generally believed that only ono of Christ1 aposllet John osuapod martyrdom dying a natural death at Kphe sun where his tomb Is still shown among tho ruins Mntthow U suppos ed to have boon stain with a sword In Kthlopln James the eon of Zebodee was beheaded at Jerusalem Acts 72 Jamoe tbe brother of our Lord was thrown from a pinnacle of the Temple and then beaten to death with a fullers club Phllp was hanged up against a pillar at Ulerupolls achy of Pbrygla Hiirtholomew was Uayed alive at Alba najKjIm In Armenia Andrew suffered martyrdom on a cross at Patrao ID Vhaia Thomas way run through tho hotly WiLt a lance at Coronmndol In the Hast India Thaddous was shot to death with arrows Simon elates was cnirlGtfd In Persia Peter was cruel fird head downward It Is said during the Noroolan persecution Matthias was lint shot and than beheaded and Paul was beheaded In Roma by order or tho tyrant Nero Judas Iwarlnt af ter the betrayal of our Lord hung him sc If Of the two KvangollsU who woro noL UIIO t1t8 It lit recorded that Murk was martyred In Africa His corpse was token to Vonico whore It llos In splendid tomb In St Murk Cut hod ml Mark in tho only friend of Christ whose body stilljjjtUt Lukes into Is wrap toed In obscurity some old writers say wayjalso shown at Kpliisusumong the ruins Hx D li rotten of HockcaBtlo writes tr l ndcr tho present condition In State and National alTalm I cant ace bow any man In Kentucky can conscien tiously own that ho Is a republican there aro to many thing confronting them It Is butter for them to pray for the cliffs and rocks to fall upon them and hldo thorn rather than cast ehnrredwiththo republican party aro accused of at present and after only a short time many of whom will ho behind the pri 5eon walls of our State Penitentiary forfrope Though heretofore a ropubll tan I cant cast my voto with a patty charged with all those evils which le detrimental to tho common people Cast your voto for tho IntortFst of tho people and not for trusts and assassins There aro true and honest men In tho republican party who aro for justice tq ill men but the leaders of tho party havo decolvstl the people with fatso re 1ports und led them to bollovo thorn for their own personal gain or greed for ofllcc I ask In all candor for you to look at the condition thoYopubllcan party has placed itself In and with an honest heart not to destroy that which year by year le tightening the cords of pow erty around tho musjc of tho 1110110 of th great nation rMAmcs mOll MERV- ElYaatheraultethiplendld health Imloml table will and tremendous rneniy aro not IcmnJ where dtonach UTtr KUInejri and Uovcli ire it or order If you want thrwoquallItw ami tho tU they bring use Dr King Now Ufa fill knyileYoloii ovcrf lower of brain and lady Hy 25o at 1mtny Dny Store t U WILLIAM JENNINGSUtlYAN Tho above Is from the latest picture of tho noxt president from which wo had a out made to order CLAUBNCH COL fANSCOGITA- TIONS CONCLUDED HACOLOK LUZON P t May 20 The military Is making preparation for the rainy Reason four and six months ratl us going to those garrljon oil tho coast or railroad line Of course active military operations can not ho oarrlod on during this season but It Is noodlees to say the Insurrccto will ho kept at a safe distance and much scout Ing on the part of tho Americans will be carried on Many of tho boys have purchased native ponies for tho service and the government Is Issuing a limited number of American horses to each company for scouting purposes The rainy season will be on In ear nest now In a few week We are quar torod here at Ilauolor for the rainy season No better quarters could bo fount on the island palt1tbrootimes and almost unbearable Ono Is In a state of penplratlon from early morning till late at night May is the hottest month In the year 1 have been doing two mens work tho past week Am still company clerk and have also been tending to the phone but I dont do enough in filling both to rake u sweat the hottest day I over saw In Kentucky Thoro has boon no such thing as keeping cool at pros ant tbo lootrlc fan la out of whack and the key to the loe cheat lost I was down at Manila lust week on a three days leave and of course man aged to get tilled up once more There are deilcaolos and luxuries to be had In Manila but they are certainly dear Everything la dear In Manila Kven loe water le at a i ramlum I went down on the railroad from San Fernando In preference to going oa a fitoAiner from Guagua Ono on a pans doesnt have to pay transportation charge There Is as pretty a country between here and Manila as ono could find anywhere An over ohangablo panorama rice fields sugar plantation corn fields bamboo and palm groves Bwarapf mountains and numerous deep and winding streams Very picturesque Indeed to the artist but to ono with that tired feeling and thinking of homenit But I am not of that kind I would like to be at home mighty well yet I am not troubling myself till long all democracy la on guardJn tho Old Kentucky Homo and my people stuy well I wouldnt be ovor hero 24 hours If I could honorably get away but as It Is therlI no use troubling and fretting like soma I know Am working for tbo Manila Prceeat present arid manage to make a little side money Matters aro comparatively quiet In Ducolor nod tho Province of Pampau go at present yet there are still bands of ladrones prevalent who keep in hid log In the day We mill hike It about three nights out of tho week and continuo to bring In rllles boto am munition and a few ladronos Wo have captured a good many Remingtons and Mauser since we have boon at Dacolor also many prisoner Havo six Insur recto In tho guard houso at present and you are right wo mako thorn work Considerable ulaknoss in the regiment also In this company but no serious eases As foiunyaolf I never felt bet tor and had loss for ono time In my life I have no complaints to make Robert Keaney of Middloburg has been made first cook of tho company A cook draws tho pay of u sergeant Ed Kenney a brother of tho above named und a member of the 3rd Caval ry has been promoted to a corporalcy for distinguished bravery In a recent battle pour San Fernando de la Union Kenney had his horse shot from Under him but ho escaped without a scratch Ho writes that ho thought It was all over with him little thinking ho would live to gut out Thero were 30 of the cavalrymen nod they wore surprised by about 200 well armed Insurrocto who were secreted In a church town and other surrounding buildings Tho re suit was 10 Americans killed and wounded Loss to the enemy was killed wouuded unknown bnt known to bo heavy Tho lnurrcoio managed to sorter stand off tho Spaniards but thoy aro soon and wisely finding out that the Americans are tho real stuff hough Jar the present CLARENCE COLEMAN YOLUAHIC ERUPTIONS Are grand but Skin Kruplloni rob life of lor UllnIIlnjChaplal1audsCureguaranlaJ a3rt Kingsirllle Lincoln county The many from hero who attended tho Fourth of July celebration in Stan lord report a good tlmo andlitho fow who spent tho 4th of July In the Crolghton grounds constituted a Jolly crowd and carried out their program to perfection Mr W R Cundlff commenced her school at Pleasant Point Monday Wm Fletcher and Clark Moore of Somer set were hero Tuesday on business Carlo Francis Jesse and Newton Swconoy und Milford Smith have gono Our town was visited by a real llvo burglar last week Ho obtained en trance to Mrs Pcalrs house with a skeleton kov and selected some jew elry which belonged to Mlsa Maggto Routine and which ho disposed of before leaving town on a freight train to Rockwood Tcnn to work Mrs Lutle Chawk and children of Loulivlllc arrived Monday to visit her sister Mrs D C Penny backer Llttlo Miss Wllllo May Mclsaac of Chatta nooga who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Pcnnybackor was called homo to the bedside of her father who was said to bo dying Claude Ponnybackor Is at homo from Burgln quite sick Miss Kathurino Wells of Junction Cltywho has been tho charming guest of the Misses Johnson for several weeks has returned home to tbo regret of her many friends hero Our postmaster J L Johnson hoe returned from his Western rlp and Is delighted with the Idea of locating In Washington EMC Central Holiness camp meeting WIl more July 23rd to Aug 2d Stato democratic convention Lex ington July ItHn Ono and onethird faro for tho roundtrip from all points In tho State good until July 22d to ro turnB P U Convention Cincinnati 0 July 1215 Low rates to Y P C U meeting Ju ly 26th to 30lhat Denver Elegant train service Fast schedules Close connections One fare for tbo round trip to Atlan ta Ga Atlanta battlefield reunion Ju ly 1820 1000 Annual convention Y P C U Unlvcrsallst church July 11 181000 See your ticket agent for par tlculors EXCURSION TIIItouhI CANADA TO NIAQAKA LLSTho C H D Ry will run a popularexcursion to Niagara Falls byway of Detroit and tho Michl gas Central through Canada Ticket on sale Aug Oib return limit Aug 20th Price for the roundtrip from Cincinnati will bo 7 correspondingly low rates from all points Apply to C U ft D Ry agents for leaflet giving full information An experienced agent will accompany the train to look after the comfort of passengers If you tako this trip you can say you have seen tho greatest physical wonder of our earth Half rates to Atlanta and return via tho Southern Railway In connection with the Queen it Crescent Route Doublo dally through trains July 10 and 17 account Atlanta Battle Field Reunion Tickets good to return until July 23d IJuly 21 and 2o account Southern Ep worth League mooting Tickets good to return until Aug 1st Apply to nearest agent of tho Southern Railway or Queen it Crescent Route or address Wm H Tayloo A G P A Loulsvlllo Ky HOWS TIII3T- oiler One Hundred Dollars Itcwanl for any iwolCaUnhlliat cannot be cured by hail Ca UrrhCure p J CIENEV A rjo Toledo O WftheunderUnrd bays known FJ Cheney lot holuiab rarltcUy honorable In allbustneslnnractlona and financi ally able to carry out any obligation wade by their arm WIJST A TRUAX WnolemU Toledo O WALUINH KISNAN A Wholesale Drug gl U Toledo llallacatsrtluhnreI taken latern ally aeile directlyupon the mad mucuiiiaurfacesof lb yitvin all ent free rIco 7Scler lot tie Sold by all Drufxltta Halla Family Plllt ant the best IS IT 1UQHT Fun AN EDITOR TO RECOMMEND PATENT MKDICINE3T From Sylvan Valley News Hrevard N CIt may bo a question whether the edi tor of a newspaper line the right to pub licly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which hood the mar ket yet as a preventive of suffering we feel It a duty to say a good word for Chamberlains Oqlic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy We have known and used this medicine In our family for twenty years and have always found It reliable In ninny ClUes n doso of this remedy would save hours of suffering while a physician U awaked Wo do not believe In depending Implicitlyon any medicine for a cure but we do bo Novo thit If a botto of Chamberlains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered at the Inception of an attack much suffering might bo avoided and In many cases the of a physician would not be required At east this has been our experience the past twenty year For sale by Craig llocker Druggists LANCASTER Messrs Jno and Ed Norrlof Frank fort aro with their uncle E W Nor rte James Foster and Mrs Roaa B Lano were married in the Buckeye section ThursdayMrs King a obrlstlan lady died at her homo in Bryantsvillo Wed ncsday of cancer Sweeney Morgan bought lambs of Colby Jenkins and 000 of John W Poor at 5 and 6c Ernest Harris well known as George Arnolds democratic Negro died Tuesday having been a sufferer for years Tho typo made me say that tho Mis sourl sow sold for 81575 when I wroto 81575 A period makes a big differ once 301Mrhorses In this and Madison counties at from 155 to 185 J I Hamilton sold 20 shoats weighing about 80 pounds to- W H Klonaird for 75 Mr George Jonnlngf reports that in Alabama Ores with tobacco In them aro built late In the evening near the milk pens and that when the cow come out of tho bushes they go and stand over the tires until tho tick drop oft and then stop up to bo milked Miss Eliza Lush informs me that ex amlnnlons of whIte teachers for school certificates will take place nt her of flee July 20 and 21 and colored appll cants will be examined on July 27 and 28 They are requested to bo present- on time On the 20th she will hold a competitive examination for a scholar ship In the State College those be tween the ages of and 20 year only being pcrmlllcd to tako tho examina tion It would be playing the part of wte dom for tho democrats In their pre clnct conventions next Saturday to se lect delegates favorable to tho nomina tlon of Hon James D Black as his popularity In portIons of the 7lh dls Irlcl will insure the election of a dom ocrailc judge and help to send a dera ocrat to Congress from tho lOch These are matters of paramount importance to bo considered in connection with tho fact that ho can unite the party nil over the Stato and insure victory In NovemberMr Mrs Chas Friable of Wyoming are expected hero today to vIsit relatives Mrs J L Warner baa been sick for several day That genial and popular gentleman Mr Arch A Me Kinney now of Danville was horo on Monday ILl a mystery to me how such a man can bo a republican J Wilkes Booth Thompson has gone to Chicago on business Misses Jessie Powell of HuBtonvlllo and Georgia West of Harrodsburg are guests of Mlles Kato Simpson Henry Bongo Is sick of fever- Speaking of spiritual manifestations a most couvincing test was actually made here by some spiritualists They discarded tho uso of tho slato and sought answers by voice although no material substance was visible A song was enng the room was made dark and the spirit of Josh herbs long since deceased claimed to be present Amid perfect silence and darkness the ques tion Does anythlag interfere with your happiness was asked In re sponse tho spirit said nothing ThIs should bo consoling to relatives and friends to know that be is at any rate free from tho Ills and sufferings of this life Mies Paulo Eastman of Columbus 0 is with Misses Lillian and Kate KInnalrd Squire W H Kinnalrd went lo Altotnont Tuesday Mr John E Stormes attended the State Board of Pharmacy at Maysville Mr W I Williams who has had experience In that line served as one of the judges In tho contest Wm J Bryan was registered at the Simpson Huuso Wednes day Mr Jesse Morahon of Corbln formerly of this county paid our city a call this week Mr Hunloy Singleton Is still very sick Mr George A Me Roberts who came from your city to Mr Joseph Burnsldo ia Improving In health Misses Uonzella and Florence Byrne of Solma Ala aro guests of Misses Julia May and Nannlo Gaines MIst Mary Dunn of Danville and Miss Lula Campbell of Texas aro with Miss Mattlo May Robinson Judge Hemp hill and SquIre Klnnalrd were appoint ed to havo tho work finished on tho op era house and the Garrard 8150 to St Paul and return Tho Monon route will sell tickets to St Paul and return at 2150 from Louis vlllo Ky on July 14 15 and 10 good returning until July 21st On presentation of a roundtrip ticket from St Paul to any point beyond adding a valuo of 5 or mote and by payment of 50 cents fee extension of limit will be granted by the joint agent at St Paul to AUg 21et Particulars of E H Ba con D P A Monon Route Loulsvlllo Ky Macklnao excursion tickets aro now on sale by lobe Monon Route from Louisville to Mackioac Mich and return going via Chicago and Marquotto tho hay foyer cure and returning direct routes with liberal limits and stopover privileges at rate of 820 from Louis vlllo Address E H Bacon D P A Lonlavtllo E Hicks predicts that the rest of July will be very dry ML VERNON Wesleys drug store will bo moved to tho Joplln building Hogs aro dying of cholera on East Fork of Skages creok Attorney James G Carter of this place is the oldest Maeon In Reckons tie He has boon a member of the or der for 50 years- Haneford and Skaggs Creek Valley will have telephone connection at an early date Tho lino to Wlldlc and Brush Creek will be commenced next corn and grass in this county aro bettor than for years The acreage put in corn le much larger also Tho potato crop is immense All crops seem to bo doing well The Nlcholasvlllo street fair mann gore hive engaged tbo Mt Vernon band to furnish the music The Bar bourvlllo fair as well nd other enter prises arc negotiating with this excel lent band for their services The Woodstock Telephone Co has completed their lino from Kubanks to Mt Vernon and has the following oth er stations on tbelr route Floyds Switch Estcsburg Woodstock Wat son Walnut Grove Level Green and WabdDemocrats aro requested to attend the precinct conventions tomorrow and the county convention which meets at Mt Vernon Monday 16th for the pur nose of sending dolegntos to tho Lex ington convention to nominate a candi date for governor In tbo death of James Hunan who lost his life In the calvary bridge Ills aster the railroad company was not called upon to pav damages J P Huston tho father refused to aeoept money Said it looked too much like accepting blood money The company however Insisted upon paying tho bur ial and some other expenses The de ceased loft property to the value of 84 000 or 87000 Henry LSrannaman a prominent far mer of the Wildlo neighborhood was here Wednesday and said Samuel Cope aged 18 of the SoalTold Cape neighborhood died Sunday last front the effect of a bite on tho lips from a bug or insect a few days before his death ills lips and face swelled to enormous proportions and a part of his face Bluff ed off before death relieved him Mrs Robert Cook Bogle Phillips and four or five others are said to have been bitten by a similar bug and are suffer log Two of the supposed bugs that causes tho trouble were caught They are about two incbo In length with a body shaped like a wasp and have a double sot of wings Mrs Judge McClure and sister Mrs Dr Brown of Parksvllle Miss Doyle McClure and visitor Mies Ma mie Ferguson and Miss Annlo Thomp son spent Tuesday very pleasantly In tho country with Mrs Will Hundepon Mrs Bob Thompson and three beauti ful children arrived Saturday to visit Mrs Thompsons mother Mrs VVm Poyntor Dr A E Ewers and family will leave Monday for Lake Winona where they will spend the remainder tho season at their beautiful summer home Mrs Willis Adams lllilo daughter Elizabeth Peyton and Ern est Ewers returned from a delightful visit to Mrs Adams sister Mrs Jack Adams at Paint Lick Rev Moore of Barbourvillo spool Sunday and Mon day with friends hero Mrs Jones and little daughter Xala returned to their homo at Middloeboro Monday Miss Rosa Gentry was with friends in Pitts burg tho first of the week Mrs James Loavcll of Bryantsvillo stopped off hero for a day with relatives on her return from London Fritz Krueger in Sholbyvllle superintending a building His son Will Is at Manchester making brick for an other building and the other two boys aro looking after the work on Houk k Adams big building which they will have ready to turn over to the owners Oct 1st Bud Reynolds was in from Boo Ltck Miss Dolora Drown of Tex as is visiting Mrs Susan Henderson J J Cook Is making a hand and u half In tho county clocks pfllce D C Poyator Is making a working model of his patent walton wheel Dr Davis says there is much sickness on Skaggs creek Attorney J A Sullivan and Judge Chenault of Richmond who have been overhauling old records in clerks olllco hero for tho past two weeks will probably finish tbelr work this week They keep two or three assistants busy on the big job especial ly on the partially burned and scorched records Our people have come to al most look upon these gentlemen as alt IZCDS and would be glad If they were tact PHEVKHTED A TRAGEDY Information Mrs Inrg of New Straltavllle Ohio neentnl a dreadful Dage dy and saved two lives A friihtful cough had long kept her awake emr uhl Site tried many lemfldle and dotton but aUwdUy weir worse until urged to try Dr Klogs New l MOTry One tattle curl hw anal she writes the IIllrYeloul 111dlelO8 ocurel Mr Loge a ee vert attack of Ineutnotila Such cures are foal tivejiroot of the niatchlcM merit ol this grand remedy for curing all throat ebeft and lung tree bleu Only We and Si Every bottle guarail ed Trial bottles tree at l nuy Store Tho worst famlnu of modern times were tbo famine In Ireland in 18107 In which 1000000 people perished the Indian famine of ISiW which claimed 1450000 victims the Indian famine of 1877 In which 500000 people perished and tho great famine in China In 1878 In wbloh 0500000 died i For 80 6t geaugInchave so many to move back to our new strore room The opportunity of the season to get a bar gain in a suit Clothing 1Hat rnishings ShooSlr IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfiedt Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohraan Coff WAUL PAPERFor 4 Cents TtIn my Store re PapopricesWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in KentuckyY- ou see the vapor matched up Just ns it will look on the wall and get It at once SuppilesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KY No 306 Main StreetI Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very ReasonVH able Craig Hocker Stanford sseA 3 t 9e8iiliirlN A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD SBNTU02Y I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work attestledIt here g I carry a full stock of Doors Sash g Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and DresscdIR Lumber Lath Shingles Etc i I will duplicate any prices offeredr I a QOtTem3Seilll AiA ey We have the Sole Agency for tho Maqupt Range A Range with the highgradtango Geo H Farris Co PENNYS VTflRFLHUU Drugs BooksCStationery Paintsa J And Oils Telephone No2 Stanford u SEMI tee WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALf VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 13 1900 9 A M NO 38 C NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Rivals la n now poHlollico In Spencer county and O W Sloan III postmastoi Will Gllbortand Frank Watson Nc croca perhaps fatally wounded each other In n fight at Manchester Tho two highly bred bloodhounds longing to J J Pool town marshal of Nlcholasvlllcj wcro shut and killed hy William Curd a farmer who Hhot the dogs believing they were after his sheep Tho Contra College fort hall team will thin fall bo trained by a high elate coach Ilo will bo Ualph P Homll who was lust year tho star half back or the Chicago University charaplons Ailvoonto Monday night Christine Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed French tiled of cholera Infuntum and yeetcr day evening Samuel Marshall aged 11 months ion of Mr and Mrs S M Harbison died of tho satnq llsoaso Danvlllo Advocate Andrew flays died In Whllloy coun ty from tho olfcuu of being shot bySli Sutton July 4 Hays was not thought to bo dangerously wounded at Orel lie was a soldier In tho JJd Kentucky rogl lent Company K during the Spanlsl war Sutton has surrendered Sam Mellarguo a Laurel county character was bit by Passenger No 2 near Corbin Ho wan asleep on track and was knocked HOIIIO distance away and though tho train crow and passenger huntod fur nearly ail hour nothing but bis hat could bo found Hi f crawled homo and will likely recover In Mercer county Forrest Alforc shot nndnsianily killed William Ov crstrcot Both arc farmers and the trouble dates from last fall whoa Or ornlreet killed several turkeys belong Ihl to Mrs Alford and then tent Alfon word to come and drlvo tbo others off his place When Alford wont after them It Is olalmod Overslroot threatened to kill him and followed him to the road with a shot gun In his hands The men mot In tho highway when Ov crtitroot drew n knife and advanced on Alford saying ho Intended tojdll him Alford then drew a pistol and fired flvi times every what taking affect TUK DBATIIS OF TUB APOSTLES It Is generally believed that only ono of Christ npoitlM John escaped martyrdom dying n natural death at Epho nun where his tomb Is still shown among the ruins Matthew In suppos ed to have been slain with a sword In Ethiopia James the son of febodee was beheaded at Jerusalem Acts 72 Jamec the brother of our Lord wai thrown from a pinnacle of tho Temple and then beaten to death with a fuller club Phlilp was hanged up against n pillar at Illeropolln a city of Phrygla Bartholomew Uayed alive at Alba najtollB In Armenia Andrew suffered martyrdom on a cross at Patrao In Aclmla Thomas was run through the laxly with a lanco at Coromandel In the Hast Indies Thaddcus was shot to death with arrows Simon Xalotes was r crucified In Persia Peter was oruol bed head downward It In said during the Ntroolan pars outlon Matthias was Unit shot and thon beheaded and Paul was beheaded In Rome by order or tho tyrant Nero Judas I carlnt at ter the betraval of our Lord hung him self Of the two KvnngoIlsU who wore not tiXHtle It Is recorded that Mark was martyred In Africa His corpso was taken to Venice where It lies In n splendid tomb In St Murks Cathedral Mark is the only friend of Christ whoso body 6tilljjxl8i Lukes Kato Is wrap ped In obscurity some old writers say lug that he was martyred In one way Mom In anothor Ills reputed tomb It also shown at Ipheeusamong tho ruins lx D It rotten of Ilookcastlo writes Indcr the present condition In State and National affair I cant see how any man In Kentucky can conscien- tIously own that ho Is a republican there are so many things confronting them It Is bettor for thorn to pray for tho cliffs and rooks to fall upon them and halo them rather than cast heir vote for a party that was charged with grave a crime aa tho leaders ol tho republican party arc accused of at present and after only a short tlmo many of whom will bo behind tho prl son wails of our Stato Penitentiary with u reliable key turned on them for eafb keeping and tomo may Jot the rope Though heretofore a republi can I cant cast my vote with a party charged with all these evils which Is detrimental to tho common people Cast your vote for tho Interest of tho people and not for trusts and assassins There are true and honest men In the republican party who are for justice tQ all men but the leaders of tho party have deceived tno people with false re ports and led them to bolluvo thorn for their own personal gain or grcoJ for olllcoI In all candor for you to look at the condition tho To pub lean party has placid Itself In and with an honest heart act to destroy that which year by year Is tightening the cords of poverty around tho masses of the people of tits great nation BlSMAIilfS mOll NERVE WM Ilio mull of hit i smlld lioiltli Imlaml Ulito will Mil treiiicnitoin nervy are not found where Mnnucli Liver Kidneys mil llowcli are out or order II you want thcw IIUcn and the tucccM they bring uu Dr Kln i Nuw Life 1lllit They ilorelop every rawer or rain sml Ixxly July 2So at tcnuyP UrI Store r WILLIAM JBNNINGSBRYAN The above Is from tho latest picture of tho naxt president from which wo had a cut made to order LOhEA41ANSCOGiTA T10NS CONCLUDED HACOIOK LUZON P I May 20 Tho military is making preparation for tho rainy season four and six months ratlns going to those garrlgon off tho coast or railroad line Of course active military operations can not bo carried on during this season but it is needless to say tho Insurrcctos will ho kept at a safe distance and much scout Ing on the part of the Americans wll bo carried on Many of tho boys have purchased native ponies for tho service and tho government Is Issuing n limit ed number of American horses to each company for scouting purposes The rainy season will bo on in car nest now In a few weeks We are quar Cored here at Hacolor for tho rainy sea eon No better quarters could bo round on the Island It hoe boon very hot hero for tho past three weeks the heat being terrific ut times and almost unbearable Ono le In a state of perspiration from early morning till late at night May IB the hottest month In the year 1 have been doing two hens work past week Am still company clerk and have also been landing to the phone but I dont do enough in filling both to ralso a sweat the hottest day r over saw In Kentucky There has been no such thing as keeping cool at pros ent tbo lootrle fan Is out of whack and tho key to tho ice chest lost I was down at Manila last week on a three days leave and of course man aged to get Iliad up ones more Thoro are delicacies and luxuries to be had in Manila but they ore oertalnly dear- Evorything Is dear In Manila Rven Ice water Is at a premium- I went down on the railroad from San Fernando In preference to going on a steamer from Guagua Ono on a pies doesnt have to pay transportation charges There li as pretty a country between here and Manila as ono could find anywhere An over ohangablo pan orama rloe fields sugar plantation corn fluids bamboo and palm groves swamps mountains and numerous deep and vlndlnjr streams Very picturesque Indeed to the artist but to ono with that tired feeling and thinking of home nit But I am not of that kind I would like to be at home mighty well yet I am not troubling myself as long as democracy is on guardJn tho Old Kentucky Home and my people stay well I wouldnt be over hero 21 hours It I could honorably get away but as It U Ihors no use troubling and fretting like eomo I know Am working for the Manila Press at present and manage to make a little side money Matters arc comparatively quiet In Uucolor aud tho Provlnoe of Pampau go at present yet there are atill bands of tlrunos prevalent who keep In hid ing In tho tiny Wo still hlko It about three nights out of the week and continue to bring In rllles boloa ammunition and a few ladronos Wo have captured a good many Homingtons and Matiserg since we have boon at Uacolor also many prisoners Have six Insur rectos in tho guard house at present and you are right wo make thorn work Considerable sickness in the regiment also In this company but no serious cases As fotxraysolf I never felt bettor and had loss for ono Limo In my life I have no complaints to make Robert Kenney of Mtddleburg has boon made llret cook of tho company A cook draws tho pay of a sergeant Kd Konnoy a brother of tho above named and a member of tho Urd Caval ry has been promoted to a corporalcy for distinguished bravery In n recent battle pear Sun Fernando do In Union Kenney had his horse shot from under him but ho escaped without a scratch Ho writes thai ho thought It was all over with him little thinking ho would live to get out Them were SO of the cavalrymen and they wore surprised by about 200 well armed Insurrcctoa who wore secreted In a church town and other surrounding buildings Tho re Bull was 10 Americans killed and wounded Loss to the enemy was killed wouuded unknown hot known to be heavy Tho t nsurrcoloa managed to sorter stand oil tho Spaniards but they are soon and wisely finding out stuffhoughCLARENCE COLEMAN YOLOAHIC SRUPTI3HS Aro mail but Skin Eruptions rub lire of Joy ItunIIlnithnrl1IIAIIICureguarantcd Kingsvllle Lincoln county Thom many from hero who attended the Fourth of July celebration In Stan ford report a good tlmo and tho tow who spent tho 4th of July In the Crotghton grounds constituted a jolly nrowd and carried out their program to perfectionMrs R CundlfT commenced her school at Pleasant Point Monday Wm Fletcher and Clark Moore of Soraer set were hero Tuesday on business Carlo Francis Jesse and Newton Swccnoy mind Milford Smith have gone Our town was visited by a real live burglar last week Ilo obtained en trance to Mrs Pcalrs house with a skeleton key and selected some Jew elry which belonged to Miss Maggie Routine and which ho disposed of be fore leaving town on a freight train to llockwood Tcnn to work Mrs Lulle Chawk and children of Louhvlllo arrived Monday to visit her sister Mrs B C Pennybacker LIlllo Miss Willie May Mcleaac of Chatta nooga who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Pcnnybackcr was called home to the bedside of her father who was said to bo dying Claude Ponnybacker Is at homo from Burgle quite sick Miss Katherine Wells of Junction Cltywho has been the charming guest of tho Misses Johnson for several weeks has returned fiorao to the regret of her many friends hero Our postmaster J L Johnson has returned from his Western trip and Is delighted with the Idea of locating In WashingtonE M C Central Holiness camp meeting Wll more July 23rd to Aug 2d State democratic convention Lex ington July lOin Ono and onethird faro for the roundtrip from all points In tho State good until July 22d to re turnB Y P U Convention Cincinnati 0 July 1215 Low rates to Y P O U meeting Ju lly 25th to SOthat Denver Elegant train service Fast schedules Close connections Ono fare for the round trip to Atlan ta Ga Atlanta balllefleld reunion Ju ly 1820 1000 Annual convention Y P C U Unlversallst church July 11 18 1000 See your ticket agent for par llculars EXCURSION Tiiuouoit CANADA TO NIACIAIIA FALLS Tho C H L D Ry will run a popular excursion to Niagara Falls by way of Detroit and the Michi gan Central through Canada Tickets on sale Aug Oth return limit Aug 20th Price for the roundtrip from Cincinnati will bo 7 correspondingly low rates from all points Apply to C H ft D Ry agents for leaflet giving full information An experienced agent will accompany the train to look after the comfort of passengers If you take this trip you can Bay you have seen tho greatest physical wonder of our earth unit rates to Atlanta and return via the Southern Railway In connection with the Queen t 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 2i account Southern Ep worth League meeting Tickets good to return until Aug 1st Apply to nearest agent of tho South ern Railway or Queen Crescent Route or address Wm II Tayloo A G P A Louisville Ky HOWS TIIItiT Wtollor One Hundred Dollars toward for any ale or Cntanh that cannot be cured by llalli Ca UhCurc F J CHENEY CO Toledo WMheunilcrilfnteil liaia known F J Cheney lor the last IS ears and Iwllete him irtectiy honorable In ill buiinen transactions and unmet ally able to carry out soy obligations wade by their firm WBSTATmAX WholeaaU Toledo 0 WAIUIXII KINJUNA MAHVJ Wbolcaole Drug Toledo ilallCamarrhtareI taken maternally mode directly the blood and uiucoua lurfacea of tb Titem TMtlmonlali sent free trice 75eier lot tie Hold by all Vruxglita- Halla Family Nib are the beat IS IT RIGHT FOR AN EDITOR TO nECO IKND PATENT ICINESf From Sylvan Valley News Ilrovard NCIt may be a question whether tho edi tor of newspaper has the right to pub licly recommend any of the various pro prlotnrjr medicines which Hood the mar yet as a preventive of suflerlng we feel It a duty to say a good word for Chamberlains Gqlic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy Wo have known and used this medicine In our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In many cases a tloso of this remedy would save hours ol suffering while a physician U awaited Wo do not believe In depending Implicitly on any medicine for a cure but we do be Hove that If a bottle of Chamberlains Diarrhoea Remedy wore kept on hand and administered at the Inception of an attack much sugaring might bo avoided and in many cases the presence of a physicianwould not bo required At our experience A Craiglocker LANCASTER Messrs Jno and EdNorrIsof Frank fort are with their uncle E W Nor tie James Foster and Mrs Rosa B Lane wore married In tho Buckeye section ThursdayMrs King a Christian lady died at her home in Bryantsvlllo Wed nesday of cancer Swccnoy Morgan bought lambs of Colby Jenkins and 000 of John W Poor at 51 and Sic Ernest Harris well known as George Arnolds democratic Negro died Tues day having been a sufferer for years The typo made mo say that tho Missouri sow sold for 31575 when I wroto 81575 A period makes a big dllTor once Miss Theo iDempblll bought a fine pony and trap in Lexington for 8130 Mr Ed Adams of Arkansas bought 10 horses In this and Madison counties at from 955 to 85 J I Hamilton sold 20 shoats weighing about 80 pounds to W H Klonaird for 975 Mr George Jcnnlngf reports that in Alabama tires with tobacco In them aro built late in the evening near the milk pens and that when time cows come out of the bushes they go and stand over the fires until the lick drop oil and then stop up to be milked Miss Eliza Lusk Informs mo that ex aminations of white teachers for school certificates will take placo at her of lice July 20 and 21 and colored appli cants will bo examined on July 27 and 28 They are requested to bo present on time On the 20th she will hold a competitive examination for a scholar ship In tho State College tbose between the ages of Gand 20 years only being permitted to take the examina Lion It would bo playing the part of wts- d tn for the democrats In their precinct conventions next Saturday to select delegates favorable to tho nomination of Hon James D Black as his popularity In portions of the 7th dis trict will insure tbo election of a dem ocratic judge and help to send a damn ocrat to Congress from the 10th These are matters of paramount Importance to bo considered in connection with the fact that ho can unite tbo party all over the State and Insure victory In NovemberMr Mrs Chas Frlsble of Wyo mink are expected hero today to visit relatives Mrs J L Warner has been sick for several days That genial and popular gentleman Mr Arch A McKinney now of Danville was hero on Monday It In a mystery to me how such a man can be a republican J Wilkes Booth Thompson has gone to Chicago on business Misses Jessie Powell of Hustonvlllc and Georgia West of Uarrodsburg aro guests of Miss Kato Simpson Henry Bongo Is sick of fever- Speaking of spiritual manifestations a most convincing test was actually made here by some spiritualists They discarded tho use of the elate and sought answers by voice although no material substance was visible A song was snug the room was made dark and the spirit of Josh Blevlns long since deceased claimed to bo present Amid perfect silence and darkness the ques tion Does nnythlag Interfere with your happiness was asked In re sponse the spirit said nothing This should bo consoling to relatives and friends to know that he Is at any rate free from the Ills and sufferings of this lifeMiss Pattlo Eastman of Columbus 0 is with Misses Lillian and Kate KInnalrd Squlro W H Klnnalrd wont to Altamont Tuesday Mr John E Stormes attended the State Board of Pharmacy at Maysvllle Mr W I Williams who has had experience In that line served aa ono of the judges In iho contest Wm J Bryan was regis tered at the Simpson Iluuao Wed lies day Mr Jesse Mershon of Corbin formerly of this county paid our city a call this week Mr Huuloy Singleton Is still very sick Mr George A Me Roberts who came from your city to Mr Joseph Burnsldos is Improving In health Misses Uonzella and Florence Byrne of Selma Ala aro guests of Misses Julia Mayand Nannie Guinea Miss Mary Dunn of Danville and Miss Lula Campbell of Texas aro with Miss Mattie May Robinson Judgo Hemp hill and Squire IClnnalrd were appointed to have the work finished on tho opera bouse and the Garrard 21 CO to St Paul and return The Monon route will sell tickets to St Paul and return at 2150 from Louis yule Ky on July II 15 and 10 good returning until July 21st On presen tation of a roundtrip ticket from St Paul to any point beyond addIng a valuoof 95 or mote and by payment of 50 cents too extension of limit will bo granted by the joint agent at St Paul to AUg 21st Particulars of E H Ba con D P AI Monon Route Louisville Ky Mackinuo excursion tickets aro now on sale by the Monon Route from Louisville to Macklnac Mich and return going via Chicago anti Marquette tho hay fever cure and returning direct routes with liberal limits and stopover privileges at rate of 920 from Louis ville Address E H Bacon D P A LonlavDlo Hicks predicts that tho rest of July will bo very dry ML VERNOH Wesleys drug gtoro will be moved to the Joplin building Hog arc dying of cholera on East Fork of Skaggs creek Attorney James G Carter of this place is tbo oldest Mason In Rockcas tie He has boon a member of the or der for 50 years- Hansford and Skaggs Crook Valley will have telephone connection at an early date Tbo line to Wlldlo and Brush Creek will bo commenced next corn and gross in this county are better than for years Tho acreage put in corn le much larger also The potato crop Is Immense All crops seem to bo doing well Tho Nicholasvlllo street fair mann gore have engaged tbo Ml Vcrnon band to furnish the music The Bar bourvllle fair as well as other enter prises are negotiating with this excel lent band for their services Tho Woodstock Telephone Co has completed their line from Eubanks to Mt Vernon and has the following otb or stations on their route Floyds Switch Estcsburg Woodstock Wat son Walnut Grove Level Green and WabdDemocrats are requested to attend tho precinct conventions tomorrow and tho county convention which meets at Mt Vernon Monday 10th for tho pur pose of sending delegates to the Lexington convention to nominate a candi data for governor In tho death of James Boston who lost his life In tho calvary brldgo Ills aster the railroad company was not called upon to pav damages J P Huston the father refused to accept money Said It looked too mush like accepting blood money The company however Insisted upon paying the bur ial and some other expenses The deceased loft property to the value of 86 000 or 27000 Henry Brannaman a prominent farmer of the Wlldlo neighborhood was hero Wednesday and said Samuel Cope aged 18 of the Scaffold Cape neigh borhood died Sunday last from the effects of a bite on the lips from a bug or Insect a few days before his death His lips and face swelled to enormous proportions and a part of his face sluff edoiT before death relieved blm Mrs Robert Cook Bogle Phillips and four or five others are said to have been bitten by a similar bug and are suffer log Two of the supposed bugs that causes tbo tronblo were caught They are about two inches In length with a body shaped like a wasp and have a double sot of wings Mrs Judge MoCluro and stator Mrs Dr Brown of Parksvlllo Miss Bessie McClure and visitor Miss Ma IDle Ferguson and Miss Annlo Thompson spent Tuesday very pleasantly In tho country with Mrs Will Hendacon Mrs Bob Thompson and three beauti ful children arrived Saturday to visit Mrs Thompsons mother MrllVm Poyntor Dr A E Ewers and family will leave Monday for Lake Wluona whore they will spend the remaindarof tbo season at their beautiful summer homo Mrs Willis Adams little daughter Elizabeth Peyton and Ern est Ewers returned from a delightful visit to Mrs Adams sister Mrs Jack Adams at Paint Lick Rov Moore of Barbourvlllo spent Sunday and Mon day with friends hero Mrs Jones and little daughter Zula returned to their homo at Middlcsboro Monday Miss Rosa Gentry was with friends In Pitts burg the first of the week Mrs James Loavcll of Bryantsvllle stopped off hero for a day with relatives on her return from London Fritz Krueger Is In Sbolbyvllle su perintending a building His eon Will Is at Manchester making brIck for an other building and the other two boys are looking alter the work on Houk ft Adams big building which they will have ready to turn over to the owners Oct 1st Bud Reynolds was In from neo Lick Miss Delora Brown of Tex as is visiting Mrs Susan Henderson J J Cook Is making a hand and u half in the county clerks olllce D C Poynior is making a working model of his patent wagon wheel Dr Davis save there Is much sickness on Skaggs creek Attorney J A Sullivan and Judge Chenault of Richmond who have been overhauling old records In clerks olllco hero for the past two weeks will probably finish their work this week They keep two or three assistants busy on the big job especial ly on tho partially burned and scorched records Our people have come to al most look upon these gentlemen aa oil Izons and would bo glad If they wero In fact PREVENTED A TBA 3KDY Timely Information Mrs IAg or New Strallivllle Ohio prevnted a dreadful trap dy and nod two HTM A frUliUul h bad long her awake ever night She had tried many tcmedlm end doeiora but ateMlUy steer worse until urged to try Dr Kings New VNtOftrJ- lnlt botllo cured her mid she wrltr this- maryeluuemdiclnemisonrel Mr toug tf a 00 Ttra attack of 1neuuionla Such cures are tirejiroolof the matchlew merit fft this grand for curing all throat cheat sad lunf trou blue Oulyeacandei Every bottle fuamaKed Trial lento free at 1ennya mil Stow The worst famines of modern times wero the famine In Ireland In 18107 In which 1000000 people perished tbo Indian famine of 18WJ which claimed 1450000 victim the Indian famine of 1877 In which 600000 people perished and the groat famine in Chins in 1878 In which 11500000 died I i or 80 OtSa goouimehave so many to move back to our now strorcroom The opportunity of the season to get a bar gain in a suit- 1o1hngHat F rnishings oZo1 IT 1AYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBES Your money back If youre not sallsfiedt Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohraan A CoITALL PAPERFor 4 CentsIn my Store rc PapopricesWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see the paper matched up just as it will look on the wall and got itat once SuppliesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYN- o JOG Main Street Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason CifI wwrv 11 able f Craig Hoeker Stanford see 88i tbilsilliliNN AC SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY andrJmanship and material as will be attest I yearsthated by any one of the many parties for g t I carry a full stock of Doors Sasbi2 Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and DressedI4 Lumber Lath Shingles Etc 3 I will duplicate any prices offeredrleQOAacts al seeeae- 2aJ We have tho Sole Agency for tho 1VIarqOpFtange ad A Range with Clio lHangoGeo H Farris Co PENNYS DRUG STOREi Drugs Books Stationery n PaintstY f And OilsfTelephone Noo 2 Stanford Ky r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 13 1900 rWP WALTON tDElytOC fJTIC TICKET t For Praidenl WILLIAM JENNINGS BUrIN QJKtlrcula For Yi XPretldenlt ADLAI E t0IlfiriofaFor Congrat GEORGE 0 GILBERT d OISFriby r AT a conference of republican lea orilin Louisville this week It was de tided that McKonzlo Moss a bolter and r a turncoat is tho proper man for the party to nominate in the 3d district tot pot tho Brown vote and that Billy t Brecklnrldge a democrat until ho was beaten for olHce and since tho meanest repnbllcan in the lot should have t track In tbb 7th It was also decided that Gov Bradley U the only man that r can redeem the 8lh district and that t he must make tho race Tho governor l has served his time In the fruitless en- deavort s to havo this district send him 4 to Congress and ho will doubtless let Ilomo other follow get the walloping will give him The convention to nominate a governor will bo a short affair as the auditorium at Louisville was engaged for only three Thats long enough however to enact tho cut and dried program to nominate i r Yerkes and covort about snlvll liberty MATTERS Pmuddle in the 7th district Trouble over the 4ielegatlone from Owen caused a split tInthe convention at Paris the regular nominating Hon South Trimble and the rumpers naming W B Moody Fayettn Oldham and Owen only were represented In t latter layout The convention was t hottest In the history of the State and several fights wore narrowly averted l Unless the tanglo is submitted to ti State committee as It likely will be there Is danger of tho republican pro gram being carried out and the Unspeakable Brecklsrldjje as James Andrew Scott referred to him In his speech again being sent to Congress It would have been better to have let the committees first action for a prl mary stood as we thought at the It U never safe to swap horses in t middle of a stream TilE republican party in conventl assembled having shown Its sympathy for assassin suspects and In effect c dorsed assassination as a means of go ernment our beautiful and ed friend Hon John W Yerkcs Is placed In a devil ota fix If ho wers our question Whether ho will don the assassins of Gov Goebel if is elected governor affirmatively no man with any pretentlono to decency 1or honesty will vote for him and if says ho will not pardon them t thick and thin members of his party wont support him So it will be seen that rer Yerkes only hope Is to con r tinue to do the clamact as he has so far with reference to the questions put to him by this paper SIMON PICKLE arrested at Middles boro seems to be In a pickle with the prospect of being pickled for sometime When arrested for soliciting in i seranco without license it was disco ered that he is a bigamist Two of his wives are in Middlesboro and the other five are at various points of his pll grimago In his grip were found a li cense to ch teachers certificate from Franklincounty Ky four mar riage certificates a deck of cards bottle of whisky and a pistol He is tuba might be called a juck at all trades and ready to work at any DEMOCRATS should not let crops o other demands prevent them from at tending the precinct conventions Sat urday afternoon 14th to express theirI will in the gubernatorial contest Ware very decldedl for Mr Black believing that he is the strongest man because of his ability to unite the fac tions but we shall fall out with no one who thinks otherwise Let us all for onco put aside personal feelings and act solely for the good and for the success of the party HON JAMESID BLACK has made a pretty active canvass of the State and has created a fine impression eyeryI where Ho of all the announced candidates seems to be eminently the onto e lead us to victory this fall for hoI can unite the factions as no other of them can Besides ho is honest capaI ble and deserving and would make a model executive Nominate him and let him send tho republican joy IlndI pride the Danville aristocrat to rl18sIJAY county lndIlg properly named At least some of its Inhabitants thoso who honor Fugitive Taylor tho promo ter of assassination arc jays not to characterize them in harsher terms People who make heroes out of crimia nals are either criminals at heart thorn i solves or have no batter sense than to regard one who has had the life of a fellow man taken as one to be proud of CALED POWERS swears that Judge Yost told him to flee to the mountain of Hepsidam If the jugo would onlyg also flee to whcro tho whang mourncth for its first born Kentucky would be better olfZl orlslralgll r t r AFTER filing an affidavit for a con tlnuanco several yards In lenJttband retorting to ovary technicality known Ito not over conscientious criminal lawyers the counsel for Caleb Powers chu Red with the most heInous under the law tinally submitted a Taylor parpon asa bar to further prosecu flan Of course Judge Cantrlll would no rccognl23 the pardon of a usurper and an alleged accessory before the fact the same crime with which Powers 9 charged and deciding that tho defense had not used sufllclent dllllgenco to got ready for trial overruled the motion for a continuance So after three days of legal sparring the case went to trial at 4 p M Wednesday and tho ex amination of jurors began For a ma who claims to bo Innocent and for lawyers who have screamed through their assassination organs that they were ready and anxious to face the music trial 7dhas all along been said that delay wa the purpose of tho prosecution bu Commonwealths Attorney and Col Campbell sane the Ho to it as soon as possible and throw the assess nation lawyers into confusion Messrs Franklin and Campbell are holding u h0for the law against Brown Sims Den ny and a score of lesser lights and backed by right and justice aro more than a match for them all MR WATTERSOM has a welltimed appeal in yesterdays Courier Journal to the people to assert themselves tomorrow against the combine of money and murder seeking to work its way to glory through tho agency of the fun gus Negro vote the multiplied deeper r ado vote of the feud counties the purchasable vote of tho cities and towcs und the organs of assassination RATS desert a slaking ship and the way prominent republicans are desert- Ing the party of force fraud trusts and combines shows in what a bad conditli n the old hulk is in- POLITICIANS AND POETICS notifiedhu of drawn from tho race for United States Senator In Tennessee 0Gov Poynter of Nebraskasays Bryan is certain electoral votes Ho concedes McKinley but 131 President McKinley was notified today at Canton of his nomination and mide a keynote speech accepting The West Virginia republicans i session at Charleston nominated A E White for governor and a full Stale platformbe bee Instituted at LoulsvIKo by Judge Wil thoe r contest Senator Lindsay says that if free all platterbc no 8 getting together makinghe t a sages names partys nominee for governor of nols is Vlsscher Vere Barnes hayhe0 a dent McKinley It was concocted by a group of Spanish and Cuban consplra tors with headquarters in New York The democratic committee of 11th district met at Corbin and decl ed to hold a convention at Lexington July 18 the day before the State con ventlon to nominate a candidate for Congress Henry U Johnson the former re publican Congressman from the Richmond Ind district who had the courage to attack the administration on the floor of tho Douse for its sins has come out for Bryan on the great overshad owing issue of republic against empire These aro the announced candidates for governor Gov J C W Beckbam Nelson county Hon James D Black r Knox county Judgo W B Smith Madison county Gen Joseph Lewis Franklin county Judge James P Tare vin Kenton coucty Hon James Gar nett Trigg county There is a notable revival of whltrI capping in Indiana and It is not surIprising after the example Gov Mount has given of defiance to the laws HisI action Is exactly on tho samo principle as that of all mobs When he refuses to return Indicted criminals for trial he simply asserts his superiority to law Indianapolis SentineltIn his speech to the visiting delega dons at Lincoln Mr Bryan said When you got to the polls to vote remember that you are an American cit izen Remember that your vote mayn determine the jiatlong position that the nation will In a largo meas ure determine the public opinion of the world on the doctrine that govern from fiClevelandpointed with tho democratic platformt says On the basis of laration the method by which the par la to be harmonized and democracy tt s to gain the confidence and support of our thinking and reflective citizens is reelgardaland would have nubbins to say Urey Woodson who has just return d from headquarters In Chicago nays 10 Things arc looking very bright for Bryan This time four years ago we were receiving daily reports of revolts Now our forces aro getting together Many papers which refused to support Bryan In 1890 aro In line now Then didnt have money to pay for tele rams Now we have somo for ex penees and will got more Our organl Is almost perfect Listen to these words that were by Abraham Lincoln years and ago ears ago I sea In the near future a approaching that unnerves me causes mo to brachia for the safety Mk 1 lr i 0 of my country An a result of the war asdi an era follow and the monty power will en dears to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people until 3all tho wealth is aggregated in a few heads and the republic destroyed I feel at this moment more anxiety for tthe safety of my country than over be oven In tho midst of war God ofgrant that my suspicions may provo groundless Abraham Lincoln Hon Lotcber Owsley of Lancastert ono of the best posted politicians in Central Kentucky arrived at tb Grand Tuesday Of the governors race ho said to tho Enquirer Unites one of the announced candidates goes enouqwon lot McCreary will bo nominated cor tale Our county Garrard is for Me Creary first If he will accept the nom c ecsg oleonof woetaa Ho would not only be elected but would add strength to the electoral Inpunquestionably THE POWERS CASE ONLY FIVE JURORS OBTAINED GEORGETOWN July 12 Although a special venire of 100 men were on hand today from which to choose the Powers jury only five were secured four dem ocrats and ono independent The tense has eight challenges left and t prosecution but three It Is now be- lIeved that the jury will bo certainly completed tomorrow Detective Armstrong says be has dls covered evidence proving that Jim Howard Is tho man who fired the shot that killed Goobol The State agrees to PlY tho oxpens of the defenses witnesses In the Cain Powers case at Georgetown Powers swearing ho was too poor to do so An attempt to spirit Finley Ande- g son Barbourville witness for h Commonwealth from Georgetown was made but Arthur Goebel got on to It and succeeded In having him brought back It Is said that ho knows oven more damaging things against tbo conspirators than Golden BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Henry Goss of Atlantic City N J conIStuart R Knott will on Aug 1 be CitynJim Wakely lost 820000 to Tom Powers and Tim Kenney at a single 40 hour seance with cards at New York oOne woman whose husband was kill ed in the Camp Creek wreck on the Southern has filed suit for 3100000 AtlantaEleven worlds records were broken by John Nelson of Chicago at Boston Nelson covered 66 miles and 30 feet in hoursW wife and seven children In Marion county Ark died from eat Ing toadstools They thought they wore mushrooms The Dowager Empress of China late ly reported dead fled poisoned and crazy is reported to bo on deck again Pekind11GeorJe Washington a Negro unmindful of the example his illustrious namesake swore a HP and was given eight months In jail Five hundred angry clerks abbe egged the stores of two merchants In Hoboken N J because they refused to join the early closing movement Jack Whalen a Harrison county farmer lost his mind and killed hi brother ln law with an ax Ho has been taken to the Lexington asylum The strength of the Americanarmy In the Philippines on June 30 was 03 420 officers and men Since that date 1310 of these have beep transferred to China Philadelphia broke all records for accidents on the Fourth Ten dead and about 300 wounded some severely makes a list of casualties large enough for a battle or two as they are now con ductedTho official Chinese version of the Boxer trouble Is given In lengthy dU patch to Minister Wu at Washington lays responsibility for most of the on the foreigners who fired on the forts at Taku Prince LI Hung Chang has been ordered to Pekin and it Is believed to him will be entrusted the breaking of ews to tho Powers of a wholesale mas sacro of tho foreign ministers tholrI guards and attaches Vice Admiral Seymour admits ho is bard pressed at Tien Tsln There haw been Incessant and the allies have had heavy osses Tho Chinese have defeated and retaken tho arsenal Tbo semiannual statement of tho L N shows an increase In gross earn ings of 3055582 The operating expenses show an Increase of 2019054 The net earnings from tralllo were 88 083526 Tbo total fixed charges wero 88178510 and tho surplus 13469707 The dividend which Is payable Aug will amount to 8702000 making the total dividend for tho year 81581000 Near WIckllffe six men flagged a passenger train on the Illinois Central They entered tho express car and over powered the messenger The safe was blown and 810000 taken Tho engine was cut from the train and the fireman pointtwere not molested In tholr baste to leave tbo car thu robbers lost a pack to containing 8700 The fireman was slightly hurt by a robber hitting him with a pistol crft Tho robbers aro still at largo lti tC riJt fr i r15t HustonvillB Fair 3tPREMIUM LIST VIIttT 1AV Southdown buck any agdN I 5 00 Ewo tiny 500 Muck lamb under 1 yearG 00 Ewe lamb under year 00 Horse colt 10 00 More colt 10 00 Marc and colt 10 00 Saddle gelding any age 13 1GeLent season for 1001 25 Jack under 2 years 1D 00 Jack t yuan and under 3 10 o Jack any ago 10 0 Jennet under 1 year 10 0 Jennet any ngo 10 oSuckling colt either sox by Gallon 10 Colt either sex by Dignity Dare season 20 End pro cash J10 30 00 Draft stallion mere or gelding 10 o Boy rides under 16 15 Goat or pair of goats driven 6 00 Mare and mule colt either sox 10 00 Mulctnaro 10 to Mule colt cither BBS 10 Mare mule colt 10 0 Mule oar and under 2 10 Ot 10InQ season lIaJIlaqmest boy under year 5 tram speed style Ac 10 geoM DAY Bull calf under 1 ear 10 Hull calf year and under ID Bull 2 year and over 1000 Bull any ago 15 Heifer calf under year 10 heifer l year and under 2 10 Heifer 2 years and over 10 Cow any age 16 Now York saddle mare or gelding 16 20h0Girl baby under yr from Casey 10 Stallion or gelding yr under 2 10 Mare 2 years and under 3 10 Mare 3 years and under 4 10 Stare 4 yenta and over 15 Guiding 4 years and over 16 Stallion or gelding 2rrs under 3 10 Stallion a years und umior 4 10 Stallion 4 ycare and over 20 gelding160bWorst Turnout 20 TIIIRUUAV- Stalllunmaronrgeldngluadar210- bo Mare 2 years under 3 Atare 3 years and under 4 10 Mare 4 years and oyerNN 15 Stallion mart or gelding 2 3 10 Stallion or Roldlng 3 under 4 10 Stallion 4 years and over 20 Stallion any age 25 Phaeton Pony under 16 hands 10 Itockawar mare or gelding 16 Walking Stallion snare or guiding 15 Fancy saddle mare or gelding 20 Fancy Turnout 20 Model stallion mare or gelding 10 Mare or gelding nap age 20 Prettiest baby under 2 years 26 Stallion mare or gelding any age 160 W D HocKWi Secretary J P llAUEK President TVM LANDGRAF- I a candidate fur Anewwr of Lincoln coon ty subject to democratic action SOUTHDOWN BUCKS tI rflforMk v 1IIt ji rS ilMnwilliicVt awl I ass prryxtrdo hntlb e M IndtaM Ewe J U K Mb al Cook Sprltp portolBre Itowtaml Kj POSTED I Wrabj Mllty Ib p Wl tot w J tact N ass that tatt mo IniitfM K IWMdtoOLD MOCK WHISKY George U Wealherton hoc n contract to POLL Covtiiot AXI SAIM ot Old Mo k Yhta ky In Uuitonrlllo Ky IcyofHTELaF FBAHCISSOTreprlotor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY mountain ntH mantis e lPorterEntweetanlralna dpedaltteottonto traY sling W S BEAZLEY D DS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain t With VltalUrd Air Ihyulclan In attend ance Office In tho New Thompson uulldlng Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Iancnstcr t Kciituclty Newly furnished clean beds eplnndid able Everything firstclaea Porter noel all trains 80 NOTICE i The Stanford Produce Co has laid off for threo months on aocouul of the mullet lie og so dull They will not buy Iron rags poultry or produce of any Ono of tho proprietors of the Stanford Produce Co has Just returned from Itulll naffstsale and sumo retail- STANKOIID IKODUORCO J Gold sad J Illckotr EXCURSIONThrough NIAGARA FALLS AUG 9111Ilcturn Limit August 20tli 1000 Chicago Hamilton Dayton Railway AN MICHIGAN CENTRAL S7 From Cincinnati Low JUtcs from tributary points One of thinnest beautiful trips In all the world Americas greatest olllior- Apply to any C U D Hy Agt for descriptive It allot Ti G EDWARDS Pass Traffic Mgr Cincinnati O e nON JAMES D BLACK- Of Knox County U n candidate for tlio nomination for tho olttco of Governor aub loot to the action of the Democracy u THALES H WRIGHT In a candidate for Ansessor of Lincoln count Kuujuct to tho action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a ciiiiUlilato for Jnllcr subject to tho ac lion of the democratic putty Ha solicits your support PEPPLESoCoulltyoty Your support la solicited enosoUNDERTAKING fiND FURNITURE MOllELAND KY Quick ami Beirut attention to burials tlrgint now linno LtrgtitackofOnfflni Cakrl IlubM Ao UptoiUt Mock of Furniture always ou Land Price light JaW PARKHILL MrD HOMEOPATHIC PEYSICIAN orloncaOoffers his Kirvlcm to tho public of Stanford toQOover lIeadey bras Uvory Stable OOlco hours from to 5 r Special SALE 150 SUITS To Close Out At Below Cost To make ready for Fall Slunk Now Is- Your Chance rTo gets Nlrn Stilt of Clothes clioapor than you ever did tefo o Cum Ins a McClary Desirable Farm At Private Sale limiting to change climate on account of my health I will Hull tit private tale my Countylentuckyand IS miles Wust of McKlauoy on 0 S It K amongthetucky Thu dwelling U n modern brick und frame metal rout containing 0 rooms with OutbulldluWlIncluduwith 21 box stalls und shod room tor 100 cattle or 200 sheep other buildings Include icehouse buggy lioumw moat liou e coal douse sultry liounj flower pit and rood tenant house of five rooms All buildings arm In llritclais repair and comparatively now Never tailing orchard of JIlt varIety of fruit Tho of this farm Is largerJlOrflon Brutclass land Abun dance of never falling water four rock walled ands In addition to branch through ono stdu or tho place 200 acres of farm In bluo grass or meadow with acres In wheat land corn fencing In excellent con quantityThisdivision If squareboundedtonvlllu and McKlnnney Turnpike home nand harm has to be seen to be apprl1I veryduetrubloopportunity to find this quality on the market Terms liberal Any arson desiring to Inspect tho premlsm are Invited to call on or idilrtiw mo at llustonvlllo Kv- J 8 JOHNSTON THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and bnly FJESJCIL6SSI Hotel In tho city making sa RATEOne block from the principal shopllUgc district arid two blocks from three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to nil ptrts of The City Everything neat and clean EXCELSIOR Is an acceptable motto for any ambitious man or woman to adopt But futon a mid summer thermometer antis it to Its must head then all luiniaulty made to suITor Stanford and Lincoln county people are to be congratulated while the wins ray are at their hottest Stanfords Busy Store Is placing ail hot weather goods at prices that niaVea oainpctitlon VAl hh like chair before a whirlwind Here they are for ev ryhot1y14il1oe first 5 Large Palm Fans forNNNNNNN WN NNW NNSo 3 Summer VeataN N N NNNNNNNWl Oe Black Drop Stitch Hugo worth Elk only lOc LndltA Tan or Black Oxfords or Strap BaadalNN M48o- 50c Summer Corsets onlyMrNNNNW2If t A nice stylish Shirtwaist In Black or White Funny PorCAlc Otnclum or Lawn plain tucked or elaborately trimmed only 4Sc A nicely trimmed Linen Skirt onlyNN NN NN NNN NN NNSOc- NLadles Sallorllats only N NNN NNEda MENS BREEZY GARMENTS Men Crash Hats only 10- oMewshotWeather Socks 0 forN NUNNN NN NN wlSTa 1 cult trcnceh UnderwenrNNNN UN417- aMens Balbriggan NNNN NMNNNLNN NN W W NN Tennis Slices 4S Negligee Shins 1 for ti Full Suit of Linen well and stylishly lOado1183 DOlen Tie NNi4e Boys Vacation Clothes Boys linen 1nmn JOo IJoysCianh Pants 160 Boys Linen StiltsNN We lloyi WaiiU NN llla Iloys Tennis ShoesNNW Wo Boys Crash lists o onNNNNNW NNN11NNiIBoys fast black ueiimleiw lioieN oUnt-oit Is that oomf- ortabeMother Hubbeirds 1 1 On next Saturday afternoon from until ooook onlr we will sll w oaeh oottcmigr 10 yards of any brand of Ciltoo in the house tar Mto pwltlvely within tba liturt named and any piece of Oillco In the house HmeBiW no onstonar allowed aver 10 ardlILouisville Store SHLINCER BR0SIT D BANEY Stanford Female College I Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres e HIO LINK OF CLOTeI rIG I + For Men lluyt and Children TODD PANTS K SPSC1HLTY 149 o See our Line of Custom Made Pant at tlMSO U f12ft Iner pair W E PERKINS Crnb Orchard Ky THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This U now the moat uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been roo optlulselencoTHESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large itock of the very latest Designs irk jVlouldi gs Patterns never Hold In this locality before liovo to be teen to ho apirudnlcnl Suit lralntingsAmongfinllnnfn plcutros lmbroidered MAts French Valor islun null all p eturne that re iltiiro a dainty tramp When in Danville call and seo us amt gut our prices ttS will save you money 124 Third Sinel Opposite Post Olllco Danville Ky ftr0Iffio 1 9 I A II lffi1 J9 DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully Illletitiny or night Intont Modiolnm of almost ovory kind Huautiful Illnnk Hooks of every description Olllco Long Distance Tvlephotiu outliorn Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Insurance Iloversed Wo WhichdoOver 25000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve ami Surplus Special Redemptin June 1900 885076 For further information address A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary- J C HAIIUY Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 13 IQOO E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MAN mm TUB boat materials combined with care skill and accuracy Insuro good results No other methods aro over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP IJOKN to tho wife of J D Camen lech a girl lION J N SAUNDIHS wont to Lon don Tuesday COL W O WFLCit went to Frank fort this week- WILLIAM HAMILTON lit In Cincinnati buying gooda- MAYOitJ t 0 MKUSIION of Corbin was hnro this week Mlt IltoiIAKO Hum la In Louisville with his crop of tobacco Mlts S M OwENs wont to Kcntco Tuesday to vllt her ulster Dit WILLIAM SIIKIVTON Taft Tuesday for Nashville to visit tilts wife Miss ELLKN HALLOU wont to Cln alnnall Wednesday for several days PRBTTY Miss Klllo Uurnott ol WIn- chester Is visiting Mrs W N Craig Mlt AND MltS O A MOltOIIKUTS spent a week with her parent In Our yard iMRS WOODS WALKKII and mother of were tho guests of Mrs J C flays Miss JKSSI CooiC camo down from Huitonvlllo Wednesday to visit her slater here Mu SAMUEL DUNCAN of Dallas Texas Is visiting the family of Mr T D Nowland Miss DORA HAUOIIMAN loft for Ov cnsboro yesterday to volt her sister Mm Burke MILS Ii K WltAKHN and daughter Mls Bruce Bro visiting relatives at Crab Orchard Miss HKLLK DKNNV of Stanford Is N the guest of Mrs J Wado Walker Ulchmond Climax MRS J W BRYANT of Versallloi I will arrive today to visit her sitter Mn H II Ucazloy HON JAMHS D BLACK passdd up to his homo at Uarbourvlllo yesterday looking like A winner MR ANn Mlis J W ADAMS are vie iting their daughter Mr W P Hutoher In Lexington AHTBU a pleasant visit to relatives hero Mtti Susie Xanono has returned to her homo In Lancaster Miss HKULAII HOITXOLAW of tho OllborU Creok section Is visiting her sister Mrs U S Traylor MiiR MATT WOODSON and children of Mlddlesboro are with her parent Mr and Mrs O J Crow MIR MARY COOLKY who graduated with honors at Asbury College Wll more has returned home MIBSHS NULL ADAMB and Georgia Newburn of Hunlonvlllo wore with Mrs J M Alvonon Wednesday Mas J CAKVRit JONHS and child ron at Kansas City arrived Tuesday to visit Mr and Mrs W P Grimes Dit J M BLACK of Knoxvllle who h11 just returned from Europe has pined his wife at Mr M K Fishs- DKWlTT OltUIiliB hBI been appointed an alternate to a West PoInt cadetship Ila Is a brother of MM K T Ilcnzlor Dit J F PKYTON Mr Mack Huff man and Mrs J A Allen went up to Dripping Springs yesterday to spend a week or to Miss EDNA CAMNITZ Is In charge of tho telephone ollleo nt Huttonvlllc stead of Mil Georgia Nowburnns stat ed In our last nit A S PRICE goes to Dripping Springs tomorrow to remain three weeks Ills cHhtomors will pledge hear this In mind MISS Lvciir MKNBKRB tolls us that she and her mother MM J N Mono fee will leave next week for Texas to visit MM H It Ritchie Mils GtB HoniANN Mrs Warren of St Louts and other guests of Crab Orchard Springs wore down this week and nay tho resort Is filling up nicely Miss CIAIIA IILUMK of Louisville who has been tho guest of Mr Mary mla Hewitt returned homo Wednes day Sho was accompanied by Mr Jos K Rout MRS PitOr GKOIIOP KKHSKV of Wllmorc who has been visiting her mother Mrs J M Russell returned homo Wednesday MRS J H BABSKTT and daughter Miss Theo of Louisville were on Wednesdays train on route to visit her father Capt1 A Doty In Gar rardA MAD cow ran Mr Morrie Farris up a tree says tho Danville News and ho would probably bo up It yet had not a friend shot the animal and released him from his perch MISSKS Louisa AND IlKNUIKTTA- IlOCHKSTKR of Louisville who have bean visiting their sister Miss Hattie Rochester Jolt yesterday for Camp bellsvlllo to visit friends l W M Board and wife of Owens bore were on Wednesdays train bound for Lancaster to visit Mr and Mrs W H Wherrltt Mr W O Whcrrltt of Now Orleans came Tuesday TIIOSK clover C S conductors Capts Sherman nnd Towmey have written Secretary W D Rocker of tho Hustonvllle fair that thoy will give a 925 silver berry bowl to the best bull exhibited at Jbo falrl DltSJ G CAHlKNTElt W L Low der and Bortlo Carpenter of this county are down for papers at tho next meeting of tho Russell Springs MedI- c I Society which meets there the first Thursday and Friday In August TUB various privileges of the tiTus tonvlllo fair Aug 2 and 3 will bo sold i at auction Saturday July 21 If not sold privately betorett LOCAL HAPPENINGS RICHMOND fair July 214 days LOT of sample h rnceat bargain J C McClnry1tA VUtiy hard tell for a few rain utes yesterday afternoon SuitiMtiBiiS on our ulounlng up cowl tor every week Severance Sons CitAH OltCHAltl Gdisnow open Special rates to Lincoln county pco pietPIIKSS Foil SAtlNew 14x221 Cot don press for sale cheap Address W P Walton UltAli OitcilAttt NUs the plac to go to enjoy the hunted season at a nominal price SlMMEit shine suspenders and neck wear In boundless profusion at Cum minI ft McClary s Till town boundary question was again deferred last night this tune till next Thursday night IT required 200 pounds of paper and 0000 Impressions printing a2 page forms for tho Huslonvillo fair catalogue FARrtI Its are requested to call In and sec our Old Hickory and Brown wagons Bet made W A Carsont STOKE your whc wlutb 1 cont per bushel per month and got tho ben cAt of any advance J II Baugbman CoItYouit account Is duo and ready for you Call In and settle and save us the trouble of coming to you for the money Hill ft BeckItTUB tax books aro now ready and those who desire to pay will please cal at my oHlco and do eo as it will be gladly received S M Owens Till Hustonvlllo fair catalogues will bo ready for distribution tomorrow Wrlto to Secretary W D Hooker or call at this ollleo If you wish one CRAH OltCHAKD SlMUNGS will not spread on much style this year but will give excellent faro and accommodations to those who seek health and restLITTLIJha Grccr cut Max GInsburg across the calf of his log last evening Indicting quite a severe wound They aro only lu or 11 years old and rather young to be fighting with knives IP democrats stay at home tomorrow tad let a few rlngslor run thinks they need not kick over the result Bo at your voting precinct promptly at 2 standard tune to say whom you aro for for governo- rlAItTYMr James W Powell of tho West Find gave a party tho otbor tight to his young frfund Messrs Samuel Raid John T Fryo Smith Powell and Marshall Powell A good time genornlly was had and tho boys as Mr Powell calls thorn did not got homo until tbo wee limn hours WB dccpy sympathize with Mr and Mrs D II Skinner of Huttonvlllc in PrankIe days paper Tho little follow was only eight months old but tho fond parents had lung since learned to idolize him and they aro almost heartbroken Tho burial occurred Wednesday afternoon A OBNTLKMAN who was bore from Lancaster tho other day told us that alnco the ordinance was prosed by tho Stanford council prohibiting tho sale of cocaine too druggists of his town woro reaping n harvest from Stanford and surrounding county darkles and others who use tho fearful drug They are alto doing about as good business tolling morphine to those who can not set It hereabouts TUB democratlo committee in calling tho conventions for tomorrow afternoon threw tho doors opon to ovory one who claims to bo a democrat and will sup IlOrt tho democratic ticket at tho elec tion Tho Invitation Is broad and cor dial Let every man who has any democratic blood In his veins accept It and let us all hereafter live In peace and harmony Wo shall see who ac opts tho Invitation tomorrow TUB will of Mr Richard Cobb Sr was probated Tuesday It provides liberally for his widow during her life time sou aside 8400 for a monument for him and his wife and divides his estate equally among his children uf tor deducting from each the amounts advanced to them which vary from 81300 to 2000 and aggregates about 110000 Tho portion of Mrs Bottle McKInney Is left to her In trust to W M Bright and that of Miss Florence dyers to Thomas Phelps In trust Ills malt of tho farm in Boyle ho owns with his son Richard Cobb Jr Is glyen to him to bo charged at the rate of 8J5 in tho division of the estate Thomas Phelps and Richard Cobb Jr aro named as execuLorsI SAME vs SAMBSametlmo ngo when a Tennessee man crone hero anti got his wife who was living with another man at C Mays tho latter was very Indignant that ho should have been so imposed upon It scams however that Mr Maya Indignation was assumed or at least that ho was doing tho same dot himself only the woman ho was living with was not an other mums wife but a single woman Marshal Nowland got on to tho racket and arrested Mays who was taken be fore Judo Carson and lined 810 and costs Ho wont to jail and staid two days and then paid tho rest of tho line Tho woman who Is qulto good looking Is named Molllo Justice and sho Is said to bo from Grayson county Sho was given Limo to leave town Mays who Is a hardworking blacksmith Is a mar ried man with several children but has not lived with his wife for some time U HAMILTON for good watch work O P HUFFMAN has sold his grocery stock to Perrin Mcncfco CLOTHING and Hat Stock will be closed out at cost for cash G H Far ris Co A Fray pairs extra nlco Gents Low Cut Shoes to eloso at a bargain John P Jones DONT bo deceived Wo can furnish you life sized pictures for less than any agent can Maggie Sacray UUS Miss McGiNNiB of Danville won the contest at Lancaster last night Her subject was Buying A Fellow II Miss Polly Traylor Stanfords entry acquitted herself most creditably FINGER CUT OFF MPJ C Hays of tho Est End doesnt lot a little thing like cutting off a finger stop him from work While running a binder ho caught the middle finger of his loll hand In a cog wheel and It was man gled to tho first joint Ho finished cuts ting his wheatabout 40 acres and stacked It all seemingly forgetful of the painful accident that had befallen him MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Robert Willard bachelor of 78and Miss Daisy Harrison 28 wcro made ono at Henderson Will Coovert and Miss Ida Flgg of Shelby City who were married Juno 17 have just mado their friends aware of ItWill Botto of Louisville who was loft 200000 by his aged wlfo has married Maud LeRoy a shapely chorus girlWilliam O Clarkson of Alum Springs and Miss Oma Cozatt of Parksvlllo eloped to Jolllco Monday night and were married Walter Clem who killed his brother in law Eugene Owens in Doyle county was held over without ball Thu testimony against Clem was very damaging Judgo J Wheeler McGee and Mlsa Mary Ella Taggart both of Louisville woro married at Geneva Switzerland United States Consul Hen RIdgoly act ed as witness CHURCHES AND PREACHERSI About 25000 additions to the Chris inn church havo been thus far repor ed this year Nearly 000 of that num ber have come from the denominations OuilleItoy W S Grinstead went from hero to the Cherry Grove camp meeting in Fleming county where ho and Rev JIO A Vaught aru engaged to do tbeI preaching This Is the second year of the meeting On the last Sunday of last years meeting there were 2335 ixjrsons who paid 10 cents to get In Tho point is away off tho railroad and- o excursion can bo run to lu Mr Grinstead objects to excursions and will not preach at meetings to which they aro run Wo have sold many dlflcrent cough otncdles but none line given bettor antis fiction than Chamberlains says Mr OharlcH Holhaucr Druggist Newark N JIIIt is perfectly sato and can be rolled upon In all cases of coughs colds hoarseness Sold by Craig A locker ruJgllt8 LAND AND STOCK Mark Hardln sold to T L Shelton a milk cow for 840 The Lexington Gazette reports the sato of 160 export cattle atSJc After going to 8U yesterday July wheat receded to WI at Chicago I will stand my Polled Angus bull at my placa at 8260 J W Baughman John Anderson bought In Garrard a bunch of hogs at lie and a yoke of oxen 0878 Washingtons wheat crop will exceed 30000000 bushels tho largest in her history Decatur Ala has a hog that weighs 1524 pounds and Is live feet high and- feet long Vlo Snell lost 750 bushels ol wheat by u Negro throwing a lighted match In tho straw Lutes Co bought of W I Hcrrln and Josh Wilson a deck of 73pound lambs at 41c N IJ Wilson of Harrison threshed 18 acres of wheat which averaged 41 bushels to the acre Hon C J Bronston bought tbo Kingston stud farm In Fayetto contain ing 208 acres at 14123 WANTED to buy all the wheat in West Lincoln for which highest mar ket price will be paid McKlnnoy Mill ing CoItThe Lawroncoburg fair will bo hold tug 2024 Ulrdwhlstcll ft Buckley publishers of the Nerve send us com plimentary1 James P Harper of the West Ends in Tennessee buying cattle Ho has shipped several loads to Salisbury N C and will ship a car to J W Powell at Hustonville this week Sheriff S M Owens has a Ono South down owe which has presented him with four lambs since Fob Two wore born about that time and two moro arrived the other day G W Wyatt delivered to R B iiutchcraft his crop of 2000 bushels of wheat which ho sold at 74 cents It was raised oil 00 acres and averaged a llttlp over 22 bushels to the aelePllr U Kcntucklan T Ili Smiley of Lexington bought of MoAllstor Bro two saddle horses for 9180 and 13750 Ho bought another in the Moroland section for 9130 While horo yesterday ho offered Beazloy Broa a fancy price for a team of good ones At Manasquan N J a company has secured a tract of 350 acres to conduct a giant hen Industry conducted on Bolentttlc methods Tho company Ina The Absolutely Pure BAIOM6powDE7J is the baking powder fof general use its sale exceeding that of all other baking powders combined Royal Baking Powder has not its counterpart at home or abroad Its qualities which make the bread more healthful and the cake of finer appearance and flavor are peculiar to itselfand arc not constituent in other leaveningagents Great efforts are made to sell atom fetfeff under the Chit ate w Hwutr centsapoundehapertksnnayat Thea4ISi 1a lion that they are chaps an itmto k lion that they are Mat alum ow- w rt den contain a corrosive plea awl Mould I o not be used lu food iw matter buw away ROYAL RAKIKft POWnFR CO inn wI KM tt wru vnnv tends to control the New York market for guaranteed freshlaid eggs They will deliver eggs in boxes each box stamped with the date of laying und delivered to tho customers within Jil hours after the eggs are laid Delawares poach crop is likely to bo a recordbreaker this year The peach es have escaped the Scylla of frost ant tho Charybdis of curculio tbo insect fat preys upon tho fruit The yellows have kept away and tho growers are lying buck waiting for the fruit to ripen and the commission merchant checks to como In The crop has been failure since 1881 noseout C A Wills had entirely oil In a runaway accident In Nelson Fraxeno of Boone county died from the otTects of eating rough on ruts parsons have been sent to the Insane asylum froinDavioH count sInce Jan 1 At Quincy III Dan Bailey and Hor ace Jones fought over the ownership ol a dog and both woro fatally out Tho liabilities of SImonson Whlteeon Co clothing dealers In Louisville are 10182025 Assets next to noth ling Henry Sandusky of Peru Ind broko his nook while acting as a pall bearer Ho fell while getting out of u carriage Gen Harrison It is stated will take no part In tho coming campaign hid views being at variance with many acts of tbo present Administration The allied forces at Tien Tsin aro hard pushed and tho seriousness of the situation is intensified by the disagree ment among the various commanders Judge TL Morrow In the Pulaski Circuit Court decided that the vagran cy statute is in conflict with tbo constitution of this State and the 13th amanvj mont to the Federal constitution Low rates Wost Railroad bargain days via tho Macon outo Tickets will bo sold by the Monon route from Lou isville Ky to points In Arizona Brit ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Nebraska Now Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at ono firstclass faro plus 82 for the roundtrip on June 10th July 3 17 Aug 7 21 Sept 4 IS Oct 2 JO Nov 620 and Dec 4 Id limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour ists will bo furnished with scheduler and further Information by addressing B H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky- WANTEDWe want a raw more good agents of either sex to take or dors good wages permanent position exclusive territory Address Box 134 Danville Ky ii ii iiidil iliii 1tS Z LIAHLI3SS Recommended by Leading sDicftmakert A = They AlwayPleue e MS CALL PATTERNS = NONE BETTER AT ANY PRICE g urTho n1Mn eibelnnd SIIU netily If your dralcrdrr not keep tbem tend t- drt to in OneCent Ittnipl Itceivt J Adduyoerneartetpomt a TIlE McCALL COMPANY r13B to 146W 4th Street New York s la niuxrrt orrina S 189 Filth Ave and fc = ost Market St San LfanCISCO = J llttAGA7LINEI 5 Urlghteat Magazine Publlibcd = 5 Contains Beautiful Colored Plates S 3i llluitratei Latert 1atterni Fash = atiuliri Subtcriptiin orlf HOC pa ytar S Intludlnj a IllEli Puttm x Addrs Tile TICCALL CO- t JS to 146 W i4th Sti New York 1i4JY1mWIwImnm KxcnnsiOx TO OLD POINT COMFORT VAOn Tuesday July 24tb tho Chesapeake Ohio Railway will run a low rate excursion from Lexington to Old Point Comfort and the Seashore for which roundtrip tickets will bo sold at 913 good 15 days Stopovers will bo allowed on return trip Through sleepers wilt leave Lexington on tbo evening train for Old Point without change For full particulars andelcep lug car reservations write or call on your ticket agent op to Geo W Bar ney Dlv Pass Agt Lexington Ky SALE OF LAND AND STOCK In oriltr to divide the saute at the lato Mill Mirtba Munition I will offer dale on the imu Ito near Crab Orrlunl on Saturday Sept 1st 1900 tier tam ooalalnlng = isxs Lsc =o withIoi llait Salt halo n months with Intern IVummlongUtn a ooo i ttrmi are coin piled with =At MISS time I will sail tome lion and Oow- ntele at IrpC SINCILETON Admr FOX LOGAN LIVERY PEED AND SALEi STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times IW Lognn Wood Mauager Drs5lavinPhillipsOSTEOPATHISTS Will he In laurllle Mondays Wednondaji audI FrUayi Will la In Stanford TuentaTs Tuundayi and Sat urday- Olflrc In the 1ennlngton UulUllbg Stanford ill tee hours I to to r u OSTEOPATHY Thu Seine originated and dev lo ed by lIr- A T Still of KiriiTllle Mo delauia on the prlttelplwOftmatotny and rhytlolorfy fur re mits It no rubbing noauryk aloIerattenaswlelhn hiogeuper atby Tlewi man ai a machine oho many pare lu keynote adjuMnit lit When all tart properly adjuiled and nut overworked health U the result Some ol the dkoaxa treated by Ul Nerroui Prostration headaches Neuralgia llhcui atliu Unlarrb Weak Uranulattd Lld Join CoadiprtlanIllach awl lutcellnal troablea DkeaHM of Booea and Joints Pplnalturaturea IHsJocattons StWJelnU of Urine Locouioior Atax la Keiualu UiMOM a iwlaltjr Consultation Free TheI GreenStore HUSTON3LILLENew Dry Notions Goods Gents Fur- fishing Goods ShoesClothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before recent nd vnncoi and con ciicntly the prices aro lower than other stocks bought since goods went up See my new lino of WcathcrlClothing Low Cut Shoes mr Hats JAMES FR k P I llivr Located in Stanford on Depot Hi Near Main for the purpose of selling SecofdA Jiafd t flew Glotfitg At BARGAIN PRICES I am soiling Clothing Cheaper than it was ever 8011111 the town of Stanford before I also carry a Complete Line of Gents Furnishing Goods Come anti Got My Prices THE CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE IF YOU AREThrough minting your house hanging your curtains washing your windows pqpor- ing c please RETURN OUR STEPLADDER And Oblige Higgins Mckinney P 8 Also bring our Monkey Wrench Screw Driver Hatchet Hammer and Saw with you Comfort ItI- s What You Want This Hot Weather Then Go To HJ McRoberts For that Golf flatlatest thing out Lncn list Straw Hat A Coal Soft Silk Or Madras Shirt Low Out Shoes aid Serge Coats and Vests 11 i1j io 1 ANOTHER I Celebration I THIS MONTH 0 lotsiIs our oHering of jwisonnblo goods to clean up roninanl and odd This is not asalo of trash but all good goods fa Womens and Childrens Oxfords Mens Shoes Ladies Belts Shirt IWaists Ladies Woolen Skirts Ladies Wash Skirts Ladies and Chil drens Parasols Wash Goods ctIeeAnd hundreds of little things This wo want to make our midsummer sale and the prices wo make will surely move bannerI I Those wo will place on counters in middle of our store so they j well displayed and oasly fou- ndSEVERANCE SONS Court h- ouseHandkerchieF mOpposite SALEs r One Week Below Cost J When we first begun our WeDklj Cut Irlro Sacs wo advertised them to last only t until July 1st but as our trade universally has shown theIr appreciation of our liberality in giving them tacit week one line of goods below cost We havo decided to continue our sales through the summer weeks and oiler this week our whole lino of f Ladies Gents and Childrens Handkerchiefs t We arc also giving deep Cut Prices on nil Lawns Challlcs Low Cut Shoes and many other Summer goods but the sale of all Is our Weekly Cut Price Sale given to you in them we oiler tho entire line which Is always trash and in season If you nei fl Handkerchiefs this is your opportunity JOHN P JONES Stanford V Look Out Fot Next Weeks AdU J A ALLEN COtContractors And Builders tSTANFORD KY have now a complete stock of Material Yellow Iluc Flooring Collins spay SuSli Illlnda and nil hulMof DrciwcU and Rough tutnbor Shingles anti Strut Rooting La rust Iota c Wo make natlnmtos ou uny kind of work wlllltellL Olllco opposite Dr L II CookIit i V5tJ LJrk THE INTE JOURNAL S Urof n the fottqffice at Stanford At uHftdclau mat- krppb2loh6Tuiago radlrrldaVD 01 1 PER YEAR CASH Arc When not opaid 0 = OO will be charged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 11 Nortb 1188 a m H Trlna going 241 amr amIFor KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No ZJ ArrrlTM at Stanford at 1OS X No 24 Stanford at 210 AM No21 Arrkeeatnawlandat 1200 e No22 Len Stanford at 230 P H QUEEN CRESCENT Train going South pass Junction City No OH not top No 31160 r u KoS 1122 AM 9 fc03 p OotngSouthNo2 doesntslop No 348 No 6 r No 10 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leave Frankfort at GIIO A 840 r and P x connecting Georgetown with the Q AC Iloturnln lave trariataOA and r n reaching Frankfort after connecting with Q AC lraineat1120Ara710Prr and0I8PN Toe latter train leave for Georgetown at 715 r JIl NKWTONU K A Il +SOUTHERN RfllUftY UN KENTUCKY Coelioud Scbtdalt la Egret May to 1100 KABTBOtmO No L Si74jpjijoArAT Lsreocebg950am 615pm 945pm 1001pmArVMTDOUKU No No 2 era L a633amAr Sheabrvlllo BlOam 615pm ftSOai J Louhvlllo laiOam 74Opm TMai KA8TBOCICO WESTBOUND l 74upmll0itTam6ffipm 115pm 1043am ArllarodsbgLv 440pm 7asmt- 30pm tauam Ar Durgin Lv 430pm 7lOai WESTBOUNOt400pm team LT Loultvll Ar ia40am T4flp pmtun am IT40m ILCOam Ar Qcoretn Lv 700am s 10pm CASTtlODND WE9TBUUMD 1 rNo 1N0iBTATION itNa liWo 2 740pKX22amt ILOiazn 735pm ArNlchlvIll Ar BMam ll58pm 830pm Ar Rlchmnd Lv C06atn 10pm Lopm Ar Irvine LT 153pmi BTATIOSS No I t LT LoulsTllle t4Mm 745pm Ar Le lngtcn 4am 1030pm Ar Knoxville 700pm 74mm Ar Ashavlllo lOAm 110pm Ar Mfcim Ar Jacksonville 926am =LY Chattanooga awprn asaarn ATrAUanta p inMprollMam Ar Macon ItSom Saptn pmfAr nirmtngbiin 1009pm 1t4tam Ar Meridian SJiam 950pm Ar New Orleans R3Oam No J through sleepinG car LoutiTlllo to fir Inghara via Lexington and Chattanooga No tee observation chalr car Loulavllla LexingtonNa obserratlon chair car Lexington to LouiaTllle No aleeping car IllrmlDgham to LouliTllle via Lexington AH trains between LouliTllle Lexington and Burcm dally Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos II and I3dall7 Nos67nna63daUyoxoeptSunIay- netwccn Versailles Nlcholasvllle nich mond and Irvine daily except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally rsOAsi o sd VYa OM J M CULP T M Washington D C Woshlntton DQ WATunKai WUHTATLO AQPA Washington D C Louisville ICy Cum erl nQ rallz Hotel NOW OPEN Faro bettor than ever Fishing season in full blast Daily backs to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further partly uaarsIJ B OWENS Mall ParkeLako Ky rClt slal cuaut BETWEEN LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE T- OCalifornia AND THE VAST NORTHWESTT- wo trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS j UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers HACON i r A IAr 4tl HiiJ Market KU Luulavlll miSlDENT AllllAlONlJD IITill rhnrgo upon President Mo y Avlio was clwlctl to his high office by appeal to Cliristhiu Bcntimenl nnd patriotism almost unprecedented and by n coiubinntion of moral influence ucvcr seen in this country that by his conspicuous cjcnmplo ns n wino drinker nt public banquets nUll as n wineserving host in the AYbite House ho has done more to encourage the liquor bunnies to demoralize the ton perU co habits of young men and to bring Cluistmn practices null requirements into disrepute than any other president this republic has had And wo further charge upon lfsidcntlc Kinley responsibility for tho army canteen with all its dire brood seasc immorality sin pod death in this country in Cuba in Porto Rico anti tho Philippines and we insist that by his attitude concerning the canteen null his apparent contempt for the vast number of petitions and petitioners protesting against it in such a manner and to such a degree as calls for its righteous uprising and rind his indignant and effective re bukcAlso we challenge denial of the fact that our chief executive as com nmudcr in chief of tho militnrrforces of tho United States any or to or since March 2 1800 could have closedevery army saloon called a canteen by executive order as President Hayes in effect did before him and should have closed them for the wino reason which actuated Pres ident Hayes we assert that the act o Congress passed March 2dl809 for Vuldmg the sale of liquorcciu nny post exchange or canteen by anyof ficcr or private soldier or by any oth er person on nay premises used for military purposes by the United States was and is as explicit an act IIngung1cm that law and tho secretary of war in his acceptance of that interpretation and his refusal to enforce the law were and are guiltyof treasonable nullification thereof and that Presi dent McKinley through his assent to and endorsement of such interprets tion and refusal on tho party of of ficials appointed by and responsible for him shares responsibility in their guilt ami we record our conviction that a new mad serious peril confronts our country in tho first that its pres ident nt the behest of the beer power dare and docs abrogate n law of Con gross throug subordinates removable at will by him and whose acts become his nd thus confesses that laws are fo be administered or to be nullified in tho interest ofn lawde defying business by tin administration under mortgage to such business for support FOUKION JJQUOR POLICY CONDI3INED 4J150 we deplore tho fact that nu administration of this republic claim big tho right and power to carry our flag across the sets and to conquer nod atmox now territory should ad mit its lack of power to prohibit the American saloon on subjugated soil or should openly confess itself subject NagAndpainfully rapidlysanity and crime under tho hothouse sun of tho tropics and that when tile president of the first Philippine com mission said It was unfortunate tha wo introduced and cstablis lied the sa loon there to corrupt the natives anti to exhibit the vices of our race we charge the inhumanity and unchris tian ty of this act upon the adminis upontheperpetuate the same polieUnited States can of right uphold as to tho liquor traffic under tho Na tional constitution upon any territory under the military or civil control of prohibitiondomestic tranquility provide for the common defense promote the general welfare and insure tho blessings of posteritliquor traffic must neither bo sanction xl nor tolerated and that the revenue policy which makes our government n partner with distillers brewers and barkeepers is a disgrace to our civilization an outrage upon humanity null a crime ngainst God Anti we condemn the proiCnt ad uinjstration at Washington because itthas repealed the prohibitory laws in Alaska and him given over tho partly civilized tubes there to be the prey of the American grog shoIp and because- it has entered upon a license policy in our now jwieossions by incorporating tile sinus in the recent act of Cou gres in the code of laws for the government of tho Hawaiian Islands Wo call general attention to the liquorsfromino Islands increased from 8337 in 1898 to 8167108 iu the first ten months of the fiscal year ending Juno 11000 and that while our tine of liquors to Cuba never reached preybuseland onr exports of such liquors to Cuba during tho fiscal year of 1800 reached time sum of 8G2UC55 Among tho fineries belonging to Queen Margborlta of Italy Is a lace handkerchief valued at c0000 Three lace maker were 20 years employed In making it It Is almost as light as a cobweb and occupies such a small place whSn folded that it can be press odInto a cold sheath about the also of a cherry atone rq CLEANING WALLPArERM any housewives will bo glad to hear of a means of cleaning wallpaper without Injury to Its glass or general effect Tako four ounces of pumice stone In flap powdered form and mix It with one quart of Hour When this has boon thoroughly done with the hands add vouch water to knead the mats In u thick1 dough Form tho dough into several rolls about as long as the width of each strip of wallpaper and two Inches In diameter Wrap some white cotton cloth around each roll und stretch ft Into place then boll about threequarters of an hour In that time the dough rolls are firm and the covering can bo removed Hub the soiled paper with the rolls Not only will ordinary dirt spots bo removed but reaso will bo absorbed by them STORY OF SLAVE To be lounJ hand and loot for lean by tile chain of illiMMli the wont IITMT OeorgeUlWllllamsof Miiiehetttr illcln tells how such a slave wM free He 1 ily wife has been helpless for lice years thathe- nuld not turn over In alone Allfr itiliig two rolllwofKlectrlc Ilium ilieU wonderfully im t broTfd and do her own a1aicUyh f u remedy for Icnial dl eaee cur- lerrouaneasleepleaneas melancholy hcadathe nacktcho spells This mini bie working medicine li a to weak Mekly un down people Every botllo guaranteed Only Sold by Ienn imiwlU a The Sahara Is not barren waste as ift popularly supposed Not long al o AIur1Ian1500000 date palms 788 REPORT OF TilE COND1TIOZ or BANKfAT STANFORD- In the Slate of Kentucky at the close of business June 29th 190- 0RESOURCES Loans and dhcounllUrrIOOOverdrafts aecurcd and unsecured C471 U S Honda to secure Circulation 81000 00 Premium on U S lloniU 8100 00 Stocks securities etc 01O Danklnehousefurniture and fixtures 00 Other real estate and mortgages owned 493 Due from National Banks not sorTeAgenti 733710- Due ftom approved reserve agents JSIlt t IntcrnalRuTenuo allmruo 00 Checks and other cash IIlmHIUGNotes of other Nat llanks 883000 Fractional paper currency nickels sad cenlltoo78 Specie IISI 00 Legal tender notes 2 6 00 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 percent of circulatiOH 4080 00 Total IJt1 II LIAUILtllES Capital stock 100000 00 Surplus fund UIO lq Undivided profits lest expenses and tues pald 6124 National fink Notes oatitandlng 8IOW 00 Due other National Hints 890191 Due to State Uanka and Hankers 66SI Individual deposits subject to check IISTOS 73 Total Dut M W MCountyIJohn JMcRobertt cashier above named do swear that the above stat- elientislrusJO11J StcROIIERTSSCashier- Subscribed Ie and sworn to before me this 12th day of July W JL UIU01ITN P L C J8 ilocKiut W WALTOX Directors W A TBlBBtr No 5132 ItBTORT OF TilE CONDITION OF THE Lincoln County National B1nkIOK STANFORD KY At the closeof Business June 2 th IBwa ItESOUllCES Loans and DbroIlDlatIl01 M Overdrafts necurcd and unsecured 1US 3 Bonds to ureelrrulatlen 100060 Iremlumson US JJonds 1111 Bankinghouse furniture and fixture 8000 Due from National Banks not llesene Agent UW Due from approval reserve agents 75191 InternaMterenuo stamp 979 00 Check and other cash Items Al 37 Notes of other National hanks W 00 Fractional paper currency nlekle and cents 7S Lawful Money Reserve In hank vu Specie liMO 00 Legsl tender notes 4iOO 00 79700 00 Redemption taut VI Trcasr I icr- cent circulation 4500 00 Total IOI1M ti LIABILITIES Capital stock paid nt00000 W Surplus fund 13000 Undivided profits lot osroenIUld tax es rld8l1National Dank Notes nuUtandlag a 00 Due to other National looks 8MT K Due to State Dank and Bankers 181084 Individual dtJlOlIUulJed to eheck IMtTlll Llabllltle other than those abort stated Total440i159 M STATE OK KENTUCKY County of 1Inoolnas IJohn B Owsley cashier of the atolYe ntnaal Bank do wlemnly wear that the alioT tteKwent Is true to the best of my knowtolfs 8d lulttf J B OWSLBV O bler- Sulmcrllied and sworn to before me tills Ifcb day or July 1900 JJ McUOIIIiKTd N P1 U Attest J FiYNN- S II 8lUHK J N MRKKrKH No 1017 REPORT OF THE CONDITION 0THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE AT HUSTONVILLE in the Slate of Kentucky at the doe ofbuslnrss June 2Ulh 190- 0RFSOUIICES Loans and discounts 4103701 so Overdrafts secured and unsecured 8140 U S Honda to secure circulation ttjM 00 Banking House lurnitute and fixtures Due from National fault not serve Agents 16171 Due Irolll Stat Hanks and Banker 415571- Due from proved reserve agent I7fIIII 31 Cheeks and other cash Items W Internal Revenue Staurp NOIII ol other NUon Bank 2100 00 Fractional currency nickels and cenlGO W Lawful Money Reserve In Bank via Specie- Redemption 10101 00 fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation OK 00 TOlal1s1001 10 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in m n 00 urplus fund G1000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 4al1 09 National Dank notes ouutandinfj 00 Due to olber Nationa111anks 03 Due to Slate Bank and Danker nn Individual deposits subject lit cheek 70622 01 Total18306170IJank do solemnly wear andbelief h lrue to the beat of my knowledge J wlio gEnCaahler Subscribed and sworn to betore me this 10th dayol July lW Q W ItlNN N P L C Km Auous IIKOWN Directors TJ llOIIINIKIN jI Cj SAVE YOUR HAIR With Shampoos of rDArAnd light dressings of CUTICCRA purest of emollient skit cures This treatment nt once stops falling hair removes crusts settles and dandruff soothes Irritated Itching surfaces stimulates tho hair fold cles supplies the roots with energy nUll nourishment and makes tho hair grow upon n sweet wholesome healthy scalp when nil else falls Comploto External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor i ticura of CUrlccaA tloar elesue 5510 small a soften the cuticle CeTlcuzeA Os rooster to iDtUoUy allay Itching Inflammation and Irritation and oolhe and heal and CCTtctnu ItMOLYiNt 6oa to cool andclanwtheblond withTi10t51DatluANDCoast OOBP Bolo Prop Boston All about tho Hkln Ueatp and llalr fro fSWH4IHOHN9H8 ISe illaH n SummerExcursions a The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection nt Cincinnati with the prcnt trunk- linesIcnnsylvania Lines G R t I llig4 Route C IL n 8 C O and Eric railways handling through traffic expeditiously 5 to all summer resorts of the North 1 Special Low Excursion Rates g Are now in effect daily from nil points South over time Queen Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands i PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting places on Lake and Seashore IMountain I You can buy a ticket to Ticket Mackinac now to Mackinaciyou to Chicago thence by the palatial turning via D C steamer to Toledo or Cincinnati or time reverse A finer summer trip was never offered IIThe famous resorts of the South arc also open now Tile sen X son It Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky and R Springs Tenn promises to be the most successful ever hcni Queen Crs Mii trains are of travel Through Pullman tfopera dally from all wmtbern does Iartor ofewrtatlon end chAir oats from Oiatlanpofai and Attalla on day trains Jon reclining chairs from ChaWanoojw on ftIIt L Pent Ichealdea track No smoke no dust no cinders Iomt tot fen Information as to summer reaora alai Queen Ctrink to O L illtchrll p r A Chattanooga Teun or call upon your ticket agent V J MURPHY General Manager AgentCINQNNAn elfoas aael ocr sstatrsstt ces cas i oa aa You Know That we Print Every Thing from a Vhillng Card to a Circus POrt cr but you Dont Know How good and cheap we do It unless youve seen our samples and gotten our prl ces Write or call if youre getting short on stationery E C WALTON StanfordI uu Tbena DO titled God every i4 A71ouLllOWto the i and no PAR r O Dig Pond IIXIO August t4 w tear 4 rrf4 ipoo13 14 1516 17 18 == ipoo 30000 rURSEs 30000 Live Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races Free uttxactloris THE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND 3iFlno Lads direct from Hungary in Dolly Concerts 33 TUB WEBHTZ FAMILY jll rlnBnSG t Asralisls Saprcin Ctft thickened Theoo celebrated families will give FREE PERFORMANCES each day la front of tho grand stand TUB DILLWORTll FAMILY 83MEIMBERS8 Unrivaled Acrobats rc AEOADJAN VZJLAVili iiiciinlth mot cprgcous extensive and attractive array of amuse- mr f itnea the brat and highest priced artists and tho grandest aggro r alt rirmi tad voitem novorty features ever congregated under uw iu iiiil yO rANT AFFORD TO MISS IT 0t 8HANKUN Secretary Lexington Ky J ill r iiiondR See posters and small hand bills Jooi zJNlocsr is THE CHEAPEST r 1errrran rr Shor77ranr7 o- Typevrrltny earndtearr a J ur tll Xy FOR EENJGood property In tho town of Crnb Orchard W LANDQHAl Krlgor ICy HOTEL FOR SKL6 lot4dlng Hotel In Romrrset with good tmtlnnu will Ml or trail for guod itoct farm principally gnuw Address INTKIIOR JOU- RNALJOSTED myfartuforanyptlqaewlukreru mytarsalFaso NlKlLtA Ottcnhelni Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Millcdgovillo Ky We hare on hamli good Stock KWM and also have on laude thoroughbred tIolltbloWII llama for LUTES A CO INlo BICYCLES REPAIRED Central1ottuokyWorkmanship Junrnntcvd DANVILLE OYOLK CO 1163rilttI aiivtlln Ky IMPORTANT NOTICE I BTo the people of Stanford twill attain npfly you with Ire inamiheliiieil from pare ilUllllrtl aa irr Stanford Water Light A Its Co this season at endowing prior for lit pounji and over 40 perlandNutSay terms are null and bills mustbe paid when presented All plume erjru prouiptlT flllnl and sLfavorsIbone4 HKllllSSASIMH J Y SUTTON Undertaker Huatonvillo Kentucky OOcribliKTtlf to tbiMipU nfWtl IJneoU sod Casey counties ullau til OICinund Cask ttaalwatson hand DS Carprnur Manager I Mlnloshs Livery Feed Stable McKIn11EY KY lootl lUll at rnainnnblo prices Safe nlllh1tdntlfromday week ur month A bam of your tn ronage solicited WHITE HOTEL W iL CARRIER WtOtt ORBIN KENTUCKY Ctolltanger Depot 1me IhrMiflMHl Isles 1315 day H9 C RUPLEY Tlie Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Paper Hanging And Painting Pow me before you let your painting w1l save you iwifiey I will fnrnKli Lasps- 1and ltna the wall hom toe till In alter wort will cell you pwper as meal n you perboltwork goaraotcwl J J HKUDRN- Klnnfortl Kj Painting Repairing I am projwiwl to paint and repair your t1IttRSlotlOBetl Voucan havn your ole vdhlelo soda tew fur very llttloiuuiii J II 01115 Elf BtMBfard Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE y 7 AdamsManufactured liy ft Co Paint Lick la a Ruarnnt d sure euro for horse anti mule atlllctcd with 1lntulti allovll gwtnnny ieratclie Paddle llnlU Hard and Soft Enlargements Irtmav heel- Dhlompea c ForwilobyW H MiJtob lumpJlixrty Vuidwsdl Wayncxburg unn nUrllle Ky 1 It Compton Mlllcdiffvllir Oeo R islet Mldillnbnrg CHNI J Mr 1lur Turnorartllo Ic- yBEAZLEY HAYS UNDERT ERS ArmOnxaLLLNrt P uruiturcMattizigsRuigsAucl They will Kxchango Ktirniltiro for nil hinds of Stork Jive thorn a cull Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G MCGbMY UNDEl1rAltER Manufacturer and Deidoar In HARNESS SADDLEUY 0 Stanford Ky A S PRICE SnrgoonDontot j Stanford ICy III UfficOTi Ucltolwrt 1rng Stop In the OwsUy Building R A JONES I I NTISTiStanford I Olllco over IIIgRlnH A McKlnnojr 11ITirliplione No 4s MBPENNYDDS STANFORD KY tvntttro nt IlcMdimr on Lnncniter Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY 1U1 Stock 100000 6nrpinlI761i3610 TbU Institution originally etlabllsneJ U the Dc hank nfhlsfenl In UM then rrarfattltcd at the National llank of Stanford In INS alr ln enrjanlMd a the Pint NaUaival lUuk of Stanford n IMthai had pratl ally aaunlnUrrvpMrilit tncvfoi years It h Latter su i4lrJ nw will UMtltie rr ln sathig WalInottIrtlnd lib rally than tier Morrla IU keg and bonciaWi career Anwmti el IedlvNual4hhaadadesSrsa aiidlndltlJoal olltIl a IIKIOTOk- IWd Unr iD CM J W llsjdf nSUMoiJ 8 TIInIt ell Htugknan It J S JllKbrIt TIlIlU Wl WaltM II W A Tewl It JII comralt Ortfad M J Miller MlVit u D3oa 54escd0ellSas J S IIa ft 141W lit J1 M1M4sn CsHhler Lincoln CountywNational Bank OIfttIIkr TIle IIIHIt 2nM a=r 7 tiSolicits Your Bank Account lLplnjlwrka6l ear ralatatM will prof MMU KIHMTOMI JJ WUUWM J rJYA IeqIvJ t SII8sakJ Yob J It Owtkf UFFICttlMt S II abnJ lrNloIHlII O r InW AaICablra THE MUST EXCITING 2 CAMPAIGN IN 3J YEARS fS NOW ON- CvarybJy matt have n Dilly Paper The Campaign Offer of 109 Fran fli ti NJ 15 male bJ THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY nnInlIJ1rtbi rSouth r KGfJULVR RATES socThrjeinuntlii Six Months 200 Twlvc Months 3011 Send for sim Cini THE EVHNINii nST Loulivilk Kytti1m H tf v