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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL p It i it= = C = ccc= VOL XXVlll to STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 17 OOU A1rL Nd 89 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES r I A littlo sort of Hcattio Smihlc of Flat Licit Ml over u UlutT und was In Bluntly killed Elilop Graves and C K Reoler Wore struck by lightning In Josiitmlpoand probably fatally Injured W C Kearn told till farm noor PhI t ryvillo to Edward Wayne of Wlltnoro fur N100 or 84ft por aoro J B Lanier has been app lnlodpot master at Mill Springs Wnyno county vice 05 Dick resigned J it Korn tbo Montloelto Ruttier took the bankrupt law with 7000 lIat btllltif and 8fi50U alleged assets Jobn J Cozatt formerly of Purks ville Gus been Ulad IiIIqent and gQnariil yard master of the L k N at Corblu- Anuiubur of Somor otjontloinon aro repairing and Improving Main Street of that town using their own time find means to doo A strike U believed ui be Imminent In the Jolllco and Coal Crook dlslrfolj The minor are demanding hljfhur wages and two pay days to the month A dlspalch from Mlddloiboro says that a democratic newspaper will bo itu tell there soon Ono U badly neod ed III thoro arc only two In the llth district These havo now postmasters Mill Spring Wayoo county J B Lanlor viet U S Dlok resigned TCRC Olav county llacbcl Abnor vlco L Abnor resigned The residence of P L Wnllln at NlcholasTllle VM struck by lightning and hie wife was badly shocked Mr AV lived at Crab Orchard until surne 18 month ago Articles of Incorporation have been tiled by tbo Bell 011 Co of Plnevllle with u capital tock of 25000 M W Renlck and C W Motealfare at the tread of the company Milo Shank of the Richmond Pan tagrapb has been promoted at Wash legion to be foreman of the branch of the printing cilice which will be os tablUhcd In the CoogrcMlooal Library on Auj ni a salary of llSOO a year Gov lieckham made requisition on the governor of Oregon for tbo return to Kentucky of J Bowllo who la wanted In Whllley county for forgery Uowlln ii under aVro t at Umalllla Oro G CoO Moore of Wllllaniiburg has gone after the fugitive Somerset will have a fair four days beginning Sept 4th Capt H G Trlmbld H president Ben V- Cua JjmllhJ secretary and J E of tbo director rho Paragon says it will not bo lo the Intoroslof fast horsemen who go for big purse but for the promotion of the farmer and stock grow ers Interest In general and especially of the mountain counties MATRIMONIAL 1 j f W E Bell and Miss Bottle McKln I hey popular young popple of qrbln were married last week The Cinclonatl Eon tilror rays these obtained license In that city to ttlydrrt James P Gibson 28 physician Bar bourvtlie Ky and Mils Nannie Sphar III VANE3BURU A fishing party was organized hero compoecd of Messrs GT Goocb H II singleton S II Gooch and their wives ateo Mrs S P Ginwh and young folks too numerous to mention and drove lo Buck Crenk They served dinner ID the woods wiiloh was composed of Bi b uotTeo aall delicacies brought from homo Tweoiysevea worn pre ont at umner which as well as other things connected with the trip was very cDjuyuble affair 1 nits lotfe1 Reynolds returned home Sunday from Stanford where he had been vlfltlnj friends several dupe L U Justice huiuoved from Waynes t j to Diar Stanf0nli Tth en SInfclt Uu has gone to McKlncev whore bo vrii riinum uulll his school u Soub fork begins Mr Jamut A VunaredI junlur of the umjf irmol II G VanlrkdgiJSon t of In XiCoUi is In W ueburythl rderRFei of i he firm pros vanesr her Kuiiene Goticb returned tim Mtii lav from Indlnnu where he Lin tJtI1Itr some time L U G Tlii fours boon confirm ol Rllaul news comes that every faro gnvr In Pukln has met his dOaib but the details wIll prabaUiyoevcr oe known As n t lespdaw ry or t Jl futiio sorilo tdha madu from ibe British Ictratlon where all were quartered Then when all the ammunition had beeu txbausibd Prince Tuas trained his guns on tan Itnation making a breach 11 the wall find after a gallant defense all tbq forelpuers were kllJed YOLUAHIC EHUPTIOriS Artf grand but Sklu Krujittant rub Ilia at Cloy Uuckltui NIII rum them alo Old Run Ding and Fever Sor UJcert hulls el Wn Cull llrulief llurni Scalds Chggtrf- Itand Clillblalui lint cuw on earth brtresoutlalnsandAcnesOnly 2Zcaboa Cure uiranlevd Suld by Penny I rugglit PENT A GOOD FARM DOOTOKINQ Mr A N Noellof Ashorvlllu Kutibos says he spent a good farm octoriti him sell for chronic diarrhoea but lut no re lief and HIIII ihnt he roust tlte lie Chanced to get hold 0111 boltlu of Chant beihinB ollc hut re and Dlnrrliuua Iteiiivily and was lerinantiiily card by it Kasalo by Craig A HocKer Drug g la CHURCH MATTERS Itov MNItlrl ulloG 73If t litY hunt Methodist minister died near NPR lie had been preacher of the OoMH1 for 4fi yens U vM5 P Crowe of the Southern Methodist church locifud at Owens bnro got on a spree at Eranavllle nod palntod the own roil A total abstinence resolution was de feated at Fridays session of this Un oraUn Yonnjr PcopUa Unloji In At lanta after a shire discussion The missionaries In China ask a spe cial prayer from every pulpit for the guidance of the government and tbo ftpoedy micaor of Americana and native converts In extreme peril William Jtnnlng Bryan an elder In the Cumberland Presbyterian oh n nib his father was a Baptist dea con Provident William MeKlnley was a steward In the Methodist Episcopal obureh Mr Stavonebn Iii U Probyt ruin and Mr Roosevelt an Epl cam linn RftPUBLlCAN CONVENTION The republicans met hero Saturday afternoon and were called to Order by county chairman G M DavUon who explained the object of tbo meeting He was retained as chairman and J A Chappell made secretary Judge W E Varnon then read the resolutions which cordially approve and ratify the nomination of McKinley and Roose volt endorse with great pleasure and enthusiasm the splendid platform adopted at Philadelphia and predict the overwhelming fllectlon of tho Na tional ticket Compline emancipation from the present political serfdom and restara tloo to political freedom U regarded as the overshadowing issue of the cam paign and this can only bo accomplish ed by a repeal of tho odious Gocbel Election law and the enactment ofa law that will guarantee to every voter rich or poor to vo e unmolested and have his Vote as cast Appeal ill made to ill ItbertyIolog p plot aid In this o d y lion JohntV Yerkes is Instructed for for governor and the following lei egate with all good republicans and Independent detnocratswbo arewlth UI In tho light and may desire to attend tho convention named Sidney Duo bar B K nssP M MclotyrjJ Atfhappoli Ocorga M DaviE on Chit Wheeler J I7 JotQtn eorgoW- Gentry Harrison Graham Joe Rued Oleic RIITe C Minor James C King Randall Cook Harding Young J P Cummins Hen Bright Chits Haines A A McKlnney Sr Frank Atklos Joo Pbelps Craig Jackman A A McKinney JrItutoherA B Flor ence W E Varnoo si Carman J M Johnson A G Coffey W Ie Shu gar R L Davlcon John Cummins QeprgQB Ulll6tThqma Ferrcll Jas fiwope Dr W J Edmlnun Thomas W Napier Joe Oak John Dye Juno Eil Paul J Ilf Minks and ThoV Terry RUBBLE George Wood bought romp hogs of RubanksBroa at 4 Jo W J White lost a nice mare a few days ago from snaktr bite News comes that Miss Maltlc White who went from here to Colorado a few years ago with her brothqr bus recent ly married a Mr Hudson of Maine In view of tbo fact that there are go log to bo a great many homeless old roosters this fall and winter J A Hammonds Is building a poultry house of DUtllclont sire to take care of a large number of the aged and broken down Wo are glad to note that 11 W Given U on foot again WIIl and Jack Rankin art up from Wayne county with a bunch of sheep Mrs James Dover of Wayne county is visiting rotbpft1 p Rankle J B Bliih6 over CinoinnatliooktlllI- Iftor his wheat urop ou thu John W Bright farm Jajnj t Jrilllu and wife wro over from Lexington ylsllliig 10111 llvofor a fOw tleya WluI irtersays- a man never loses his taste fur keeping bachelors hall unit he Is going haukto his first love soon agati Dr Doolln of Vulaskl Is spending a few days with hlfltUier trl T r Uankin Mr G A Swlnebroad Is spending a week wltn her SIster Mrs R L White titOtt jtb gyp4leslof tbla atottntrheldsa three 0ay convention In St J08eph- Mloh said to have been toe first Nil tldual convention ever held by them In tho United States There was a lively struggle in the celcciion of chief The balloting lasted till one day and Gene Fernando of Indiana was elected by a two thirds vote over Gala Marculc of Kentucky A cyclone struck thu town of Llano Texas Sunday destroying a hotel a freight depot and several houses Several PC lIoII received Injuries North era Texas was deluged by a downpour of rain and at Dallas the streets were lloodedand many basements filled with water BISMARKS mot 1IERVS Willbl rwutl of hi tplenjll liMllb Iciloml table HI sad irriiicuilom energy ire not found rliert Stomach ltver lIeJIII1 llowrli Iff- of order you want ultras iulltle anllh nee i Lucy brio urn Or Klocijteir Life Illlt WdTUlli y f LONDON Th tfamtonfatit HIM enjiylng j themselves no llulo ni the expanse of the BrownWlleon eiuinaeur m 01 the judgeship of this dli trlci It U toady amusing u see how tflB rep bUoonil will tulle about uuuh other tied tell the mean things the other fellow has done when tbey Itt Into u family row Both Brown and Wllsoo lire reuvblleiies tied snob Is culling this other murpij whit H C Ev rsolo walt actually elected booed any doubt but hat been kokud clean out of It There are n number of democrats In this Orphan District 01 Keriiudky with would make alit rsprweointlvBiJ In Conttresa wrbliu Judge Boroing1 seems lob tbe only man the republican have at all Among the democrats mentioned for the uominaiion Is RM Jaokboo cashier of the Fn ot National Bank of which Judge Borelng Is pros ident who if porainalod would show the present representative that ho Is not the only pebble on the beach Miss Bertie Brook 1s visiting Miss Victoria Rice in Knox Blanche the little daughter of Mrs Lula Thomp son has gone to Wost Liberty for a protracted visit to her grand parents Several young ladles are visiting our town at present and they certainly are well entertained Tho latest arrival Is Miss Lula Colson nlccc of Col D G Colson wbo Is visiting horfclstcr Mrs N Starkey Vth plcnlclng in the day and nay riding rind fox chasing at night the young folks certainly have a gap time If London bad such a paper as the iNTBItlOlt JOURNAL the people In this section would get thblr eyes obon Many reaaoq ly the Eobol while Itwas bad a paper that udvocaicd the priocl plot of democracy as strongly as the Echo does republicanism It would make many votes for tho democratic party I The editor of tbo Kentuckian is a democrat and Is all right so far al- It goes but his compositor or asso elate editor lea republican and there fore the paper fie a half breed Wp needa full fledged democratic paper just like the iNTBitioh Jpqtj Wa want a paper tba will not advocate the claims of any republican no mat ter how good personally ho may be Wo are not for men we aro for princi pies and the man today In Kentucky or oven the nation wbo runs for an of QcoijOO the republican ticket endorses assassination disregards the constitu Lion of the United States and puts the cause of liberty to shame and dodges all those questions put to Mr Yerkes by the INTERIOK JOURNAL because he endorses thembut dont want the hon est voters to know 1tTb1 is his plat form even though he is n preacher and should be defeated at the Central Holiness camp meeting Wit moro July 23rd to Aug 2d State democratic convention Lex ington July 10th One and one lhlrd fare for thuVoundirjp front alt points lo iho State good until July 2id to re turnLow rates to Y P C U meeting Ju ly 25ih to Wib at Denver Elegant train service Fast sjbedulea Close connectionsOne for tbo round trip to Atlan ta Ga Atlanta battlefield reunion Ju ly 1820 1000 Annual convention Y P C U UnlversulUt church July 11 18 WOO See your ticket agent for par liuulartf EXCURSION THHOUQH CANADA TO XIAOAUA FALLS The C H ft D Ry will run a popular excursion to Niagara Falls byway of Dilroli and the Michi gan Central through Canada Tickets on sato Aug Oih return limit Aug 20th Price for the roundtrip from Cincinnati will bo 87 correspondingly low rates from all points Apply to C 11 S n Ry agent for leaflet giving full Information An experienced agent will accompany the train to look after ihocomfori of passengers If you take this trip you can say you pave seen the greatest physical wonder of ourearth i Almost atrocious story comes from China from St Petersburg via Paris It says tho Russian minister was thrown Into a boiling pot and his bones were thrown to the dogs while big wife and the Legation attaches met death by torture Tbo only reliable news U that two more provinces recognize Prince Tuan and that the allies at Tien Tsln finding un advance Iropossl isle have after a council of war decided 10 fortify and try to await Burn dent reeolorcementt AN EPIDEMIC OF DIARRHOEA Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoa- nut Grove Fla says there has been quite nn eplildralo of diorreoea there He hind a severe attack and wag cured by four doses of Chamberlains Colic Cool era and Diarrhoea Remedy Ho says he also recommended it to others and they say it Illhe bust medicine they ever used For sale by Craig Hopkor Irngglit LANCASTER I understand that Mr anti Mf A U Roblnon will go tit MartlnsvlUf Tnd thin week L tobnr Owoley hits been In Ohio on buslnew James GrllJln of Lexington hits been here for a few days n 0 Biisiln will soon put In a tale shone exchange at Bnrgln and con fleet his entire vtt m with It Mr James Barlow a well known ell l7cd aged 70 years died at his home 2i miles from town Thursday The Klklu Waiter Hughes and Mc Roberts families bad un enjoyable pie hto In the beautiful woodland of Mr J J Walker Friday Sarah Dunnan ablorod full from her horse and her leg was brOken It was uiiipuiHittd by Dr H M Grant Hoisted vy Dr1 B Klnnalrd Mr Charles Friable said when he went West three years ago that ha would be back hero In 1000 to vote for Bryan and he U hero ready to fulfill the promise Rev R A Thompson of Mt Sterling preached at tho Baptist church Sunday Eld A R Moore of Mem phis one of the ablest ministers In iho country will preach at the Christian church Sunday At the republican convention Salur dy all good republicans were made delegates to the State convention The Philadelphia platform and McKinley administration were endorsed and John W Yerkes was referred tuna the right mau to lead In the great tight the del egates being Instructed to vow for him for the nomination for governor T B Walker rallied 4600 bushels of wheat on 200 acres of land M F Rout was forced to retie onelhlrd of bps wheat some Insect having eaten Into tho twlno Wes Zauorre Is at home with his now engine at the Lancaster Mills Ed Minors Mills will be completed by Sept 1st prod Stone Is the lather of n find boy Mrs I S Wesley and her children era vltlllng at Mlddleburg Mr J A Wright of Stanford has finished work on the Lancaster Flouring Mills Jno Paybe has bought a halt interest In the Blue Grass Store James Dillon Is not so well Miss Sallie DudJerar of Rowland is vjlh relatives here Mrs R Kinoalrd entertained the little folks Friday evening Mrs G M Patter eon has returned after u pleasant trip of six weeks to Chicago aid other ell leI Sue attended the National pro hibltioD convention In which there wore 000 delegates Kentucky being well represonP d A very largo crowd attended the elocutionary contest Thursday night and It was a success In every sense The eight young ladles showed considerable study training and a marked concep Lion of their pieces lo fact many of the audience insisted that each of them should have a diamond ring It has already been announced that Miss Clyde McGlnnlu won the prize The management is under obligations to the judges Judge R G Williams of Ml Vernou Rev T W Watts of Nlcholasvllte and Mr W 1 Williams of this city for performing the dlllicult task entrusted 10 them The music was an attractive feature and the man agement Is also thankful to those wbo took part their names having been given In my last letter Mr Saulley Ungbcs promises to have another contest next season Moro Blank men than usual attended tbo precinct conventions on Saturday and they are all democrats As I said before lion James D Black has many friends hero who honestly believe that ho is the strongest man who has an nounced for governor and that this Is no time for courtesies However If the Lexington convention thinks it best for the party lo nominate another luau Mr Black has expressed a willingness lo step aside und do nil bo can for the titan nominated I believe that this county will Instruct lor him today Monday though Iitbe delegates are not In town at ihla writing The ourt house East Park and ELl t BnanUvllle have instructed fur him making 10 votes and ono more will give him the county delegation Several more arq expected to como who are favorable to instructing for him The delegates from the city precincts to county con vention are R H Tomllu oo J T Hays B T Logan Tom Wberrltt 6 T Farris W B Mason J K Robinson G B Swlnebroad and M D Hughes seven of whom aro Instructed to favor Instructions for Black autohalf and return via the Southern Railway In connection with the Queen k Crescent Route Double dally through strains July 16 and 17 account Atlanta Battle Field Reunion Tickets good to return until July 23d July 24 and 25 account Southern Ep worth League meeting Tlckcul good to rotnrn until Aug lat Apply to nearest agent of the Southern Railway or Queen t Crescent Route or address Wm H Tayloe A B P A Louisville Ky Co 0 EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITVOn Thursday August 10 tho Chesapeake Qblo will run an excur sion to Atlantic City Tickets lj for roped trip good going on either morn lug or night iraio Write for partlc ilare G W DarneS1D P AI POLITICAL W C Owens was stroo blIIn elec trio oar at Georgetown acid coosldera bit hurt Hon William Jtfnntajra Bryan Is re ceiving an average of SM personal let tore per day A life el e statue of the late Ut S Senator Z B Vance will be unrolled at Raleigh N C Aug 22 Pry heath having been elected secretary of the republican campaign oommlttee will resign his job as fist assistant postmaster general Buffalo BUI says he will broak over and vow the republican ilokut this year doubtless mad because he was not nominated for VIce president Tho traveling men have an antitrust league numbering WOOQ men Many of ibom who marched for McKinley In 1800 are walking the streets now RICConJreHlinllu DeWitt Warner of New York who was one of the organ liters of the gold democrats In 1800 has declared himself for Bryan and Steven son Judge Rod wine might get somovul Gable pointers in regard to running a convention from some of our Owen county parliamentarians Owcnton HeraldD of patent modlclno fame has taken the stump Against Gov Heck ham The governor pardoned Cas sldys brothers slayer and he told an I J reporter In Louisville that he bad ltoln for Deckbam South Trimble announces that ho U willing for ihe Democratic State Cen tral Committee to settle the wrangle lo the 7th district He suggests that it be settled by a primary In Owen county and says he Is willing to pay the ex penses of such a primary If necessary Imperialism which is the strongest Issue before the people Is mado the paramount Issue of tbo campaign and on that point every democrat can give Mr Bryan his most cordial support The democrats are in a majority In the United States and with all of them In line for Bryan his trlumphl election In November will surely follow Hon James B McCreary Is looming up ar a very formidable candidate for the nomination for governor In case Beckbam Is out of the running Wo believe that the exgoverodr would make a very acceptable candidate He Is both a gentleman and n politician a rare combination in these days Elkton News There Is neither respect nor excuse for a National Democratic ticket whose sole and avowed purpose is to do the republicans some good To that sort of democrat wo commend the by comparison altogether com men able conduct of one Judas hear lot wbo gold out to the enemy for many times what he was worth and then went out and hanged himselfLouis- yule Times Arthur Goebel says The Louisville l Nashville railroad procured the death of William Goebel It is now trying to save the necks of its hire lings When William Goebel said on his deathbed I forgive them they wero not the ones he meant orglve ness to those poor Ignorant moun laneers He knew where to rest the blame His murder shall be avenged The sultof Hon J H WiUoc vs Judge W L Brown for Ibo title to the judgeship In the London district was argued before Judge Field at Louisville last week and submitted Brown contends that there was DO election to the olllco lujtfiill and that the printed pastors used by Judge Wilson made the ballots Illegal Judge Wilson asserts that the court can not go behind the certificate which hu received from the State board of election commissioners Judge J W Alcorn of counsel for Brown says Wilson has no case at all Low rates Wpst Railroad bargain days via the Monon oute Tickets will be sold by the Mooou route from Lou isville Ky to points in Arlzonajjrit HI Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana JSV orusku New Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and W ofnlng at onto firstclass faro plus Si fur the roundtrip on June 10th July 3 17 Aug 7 21 Sept 4 18 Out 2 XI Nov 6otand Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties und tout law will be furnished with schedule und further information by addrerstng E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon n ute Louisville Ky PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Timely Infetni tIn glfen Mrs Utotgt lotgt trAKwdytong ptlirr e rerr had trUU lemellM and doctors lint teautily grew OIeoverfQuemarvelous altO cured Mr Long of a ie 11live0 luugtrueibinTrial bottles free at itnuyi 1rug Store aEXCDIISION TO OLD POINT COM OIITVA On Tuesday July 24th the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will run a low rate excursion from Lexington to- Old Point Comfort and the Seashore- for which roundtrip tickets ivIUite sold at 813 good 15 days Siopover will be allowed on return trip Through sleepers will leave Lexington on the evening train for Old Point without change For full particulars aadsleep Ing car reservations write or call on your ticket agent br to Gco W Bar fey Dlv Puss Agt Lexington Ky i1EOtBo ot I genuInehave so many to move book to our new stroreroom The opportunity of the season to get a bar gain in a suit I Clothing Hats Furnishings 9hoo IT PAYS TOTKADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back if youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors J L Frohman Co WALL PAPERFor 4 Cents I In my Store reAdy to hang I have 0001 rolls of newest patterns of Wan Pape prices 4c Oc Cc 7c Bill 80 roll on up to the finest made We Hang the Paper Cheaper than AnyIPlace in Kentucky You see the paper matched up Just as it will look on the wall and get Itnt onco cheaper than any bookhouse can sell it A large stock of Palnlll and Painters Sups piles on hand and Pictures framed on short notice In latest styles A E GIBBON DANVILLE KY No 306 Main Street Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices VeryReason able Craig lockerStanforde a A C SNE 1 CONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY andImanship and material as will be attest ed by anyone of the many parties for yearsthatcarry a full stock of Doors Sash i Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etcof9 I will duplicate any prices offeredfosoooooooeomooooooweWe SoleAgcucy for thet s MarquartA ange dots finish a Jdtrictly hlcherad t Maitre ntR tilT Lo r Trite Call and tee It J Geo H Farris c Co PENNYS DUG STORE t Drugs Booksw4Stationery Paints Auld OilsP Telephone No2 Stanford Kya THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky JULV 17 1900 W P WALTONI f EMOC fITIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN OJ Nebraska For WctPrctident ADLAI E STEVENSON OflUinoit For Congress GEORGE G GILBERT Of Shelby Tim Rooster republicans who seem to be the lowest order of a eenerally disreputable gang continue to honor a ugItvo from justice who If circum stantial and direct proof go for any thing ought to have song since dang led at the end of a rope At Camden yesterday Taylor was the guest of hon or and delivered a speech on The Du ties of an American Citizen We have not scon the full text nor even a synopsis of Ida effort but from the standpoint of bis acts it Is easy to con jecture Its Hubatance According to bis Idea the highest duty of an American cltl7cn ti to take the law In his own hands when bo finds that the law Is against him and have the plaintiff le- the suit foully assassinated when he sees ho Is about to win his case If he preaches otherwise It will be against his practice and actions speak louder than words He also doubtless told his audience of cutthroats and assassin sympathizers that when they found k after breaking the law that they were t up against It to flee for protection tc the arms of one wb11 at heart a crim inal and In practice a nullifier of the laws he bad sworn to execute If such i creature could be found other than the one who disgraces the State of Indiana by being its executive Fugitive Taylor Jq of all men the proper one to tell s crowd of kindred souls the duties of ao American citizen TilE powerful tatement of the case against Caleb Powers by Col T C Campbell reads more like the reclta of a crime committed In the dark age than In the closing year of the 19th cnntury and In enllghted America One can hardly read It without feeling his blood boll with Indignation against the originators of so foul a conspiracy and the perpetrators of so damnable a crime And yet Col Campbell stated nothing now extenuated nothing nor told other than has been told over and over again of the most heinous crime In history It cries aloud for atone ment It must be atoned and everyone of the foul conspirators hung as high as Haman EDITOR AL RIUUr goes for the London Kentucklan In the last Issue of the Mt Vernon Signal He accuses the editors of the London sheet with pub lishing a scurrilous article about him and cowardly withholding papers from SMt Vernon so he would not see It i Then It charges that they refused to publish thn resolutions of a democrat- Ic meeting and tried to sell out to the L N In order to get a pass which bad been withheld All of which is pretty tough If true and It is true or Albright wouldnt say so COL CAMPBELL bas addressed a ear castic letter to Gov Mount In which be tells him how Powers tried to squirm out of being tried at the special term fixed for the trial and bow the Com monwealth stood ready and waIting to give the defendant a lair trial This was In answer to Mount charge that it was the iurp3se of the prosecution to postpone the trials and further ha rass the defendants Campbell is a past master In the use of sarcasm and as us ual makes his victim appear very info itesimal FUGITIVE TAYLOR Is on the hump because of an alleged plot to kidnap him and bring him back to Kentucky The promoter of assassination wasP in New York Friday guarded by two U S ofTlceraRod as usualacared to death He need not fear kidnapping however Democrats will continue to act within the law Taylor will be brought back n due seAson and by due process of law and tried for his alleged crime even if it does result In his being hang ed and in the damnation of the republi can party TUE Mayfield Mirror under Editor L A Chandlers management Is one of the warmest babies In the demo cratic houtebold It doeant mince its words la speaking of the republican methods of attempted government by assassination nor Ian to speak out in meeting on all current questions HARDLY one man In a thousand can give his name when told that Iowas otber Senator died suddenly at Wash tnjlton of heart disease Everybody has beard of W B Allison but few ever knew of the existence of John H Gear the one whose death we are now called upon to mourn SEVERAL counties of the 8th district declared crOny Bradley for Congress but Lincoln wasnt among the number The gray geldlntr who bosses things thinks that be is the logical candidate 1 for the office he tried to get from the man who was elected EDITOR NBWLON of the Owenton Herald has a gold tnlne Already he baa38 candidate announcements for November election 1001 and the cry Is till thev como Eight want to be JalII er and four desire the nomination for representative CHARLES FINLEY whoso alleged connection with the assassination of Goebelwas more or a surprise to us than of any who have been indicted for It ad we bad from a short acquaintance formed a good opinion of him says ho coming back to Kentucky to stand bis trial Talk In cheap atd Finley has been doing a lot of it and It Is safe to wager that If Finley over comes back to stand trial for such an Impu tatlon against blmlt will be after a democrat Is elected governor or Indiana and that State is no longer permit ted to be the resor of assassins addI other criminal suspects Cot BRECKINUIDOE satisfied that the jury will convict Powers and fix his punishment at death Is already trying to prevent the execution of the verdict by raising all sorts of objections to Judge Cantrllla rulings and suggest tog all kinds of quibbles Though pro testing that he dues not want to run for Congress the doughty colonel Is work log hard to convince the republicans that ho Is the warmest assassination sympathizer In the box and thereby secure the nomination from them IT looks very much like Gov Beck ham has secured enough Instructed votes to nominate him on the first bal lot But If bo has not and the opposi tion can combine on Gov McCreary and nominate him there will be more chance to heal party sores and make assurance of victory doubly sure Let wisdom acd a desire only for the par tys good animate the delegates who wilt assemble at Lexlngtonand ill will be well Tim Cincinnati Commercial Tri bunes picture does violence to the beauty of the mm the republicans will nominate for governor Whatever else may be said of Hon John W Yerkes nobody is rash enough to charge that be Is not handsome or that he does not dress well In tact be is the glass of fashion and the mould of form or vice versa and the Cincinnati paper would show that be is neither IT Is some signs of an awakening to the senses that not a single republican convention Saturday although 110 were held In the State made a single reference to Taylor A fugitive from justice because he is indicted for being rccessory before the fact of the assassi ProPIerto canonizeiTIlE trust put up sugar 10 point again last week making it now 6 cent to tbo retailer There la no eartbl excuse for it except that in the frul canning time sugar Is In great demand and the trust la in position to take ad vantage pf It The republican party makes such extortion possible Hit It a lick every chance you get BRYAN says when you go to the polls remember that ybu are an American citizen and you will vote against the re publican policy of Imperialism If you will at the same time remember how they killed poor Goebel vou will vote for the democratic nominee to succeed him If you have a spark of feeling or a remnant or manhood BEOKHAMS BIG LEAD WILL LIIE1Y FIR3T Gov BECKHAMS friends confident ly assert that be will be nominated on the first ballot and it looks at this writing that they are not asserting in vain We bad hoped that Black or McCreary might be nominated but wit are for the nominee no matter who Is and will as we always do give him our cordial support FRANKFORT July 16The addl tlcraal counties of Bourbon Owen Gal latin and Galloway Instructed for Beckbam this afternoon The counties reported are as follows For Beckbam Muhlenberg Cald well Ohio Union Todd Nelson Graves Greenup Lee Pendleton Fay ette Shelby Hopkins Marshall Bovd Bath Larue Harrison Warren Bar din Monroe Brecklnridge Hender son Boone Nicholas Jessamine Ma son Lyon Ballard Franklin For BlackWayne Marlon Whit ley Clark Anderson Knox Washing ton Taylor Rockcastle Bell Grayson Garrard Pulaski Laurel Lincoln For LewisGreen Woodford Simp son Metcalf Barren Adair Russell Logan Allen For McCreary Lawrence Boyle and second Instructions In a number of counties For SmltbMadlon Tarvln got only a contested delega tion In one county hit owns Kenton Sentiment and sympathy among un advised and unthinking people have worked much in Beckhama favor in other sections of the State and it Is not Improbable that he may be nominated Should this be the decree of the Lexington convention we will make the beat of it But It Is not too late for wiser counsels to prevail Owensboro Messenger MOJHORD LAW UMCONSTITU TldNAL LOUISVILLE July 16Judlre Evans decides the McChord railroad act Is un constitutional and grants an Injunction against Its enforcement Fire nearly wiped the mining town of Prescott Ariz oil the face of the earth sweeping clean four and a half blocks of business houses causing a lois of over 81000000 one life possi bly others and Icjured a dozen more Herman Trost and Edward Rhorer two young men of Lexington were drowned while bathing In Kentucky river at the mouth of Elk Lick A freight tralu on the Q Cwas derailed by a cow at Greendale and sev eral persons injured none very serious ly15 cars were demolished t POWERS TRIAL GEORGETOWN July 16 Telegram showing bow Caleb Powers had organ zed the army of mountain bravos to swoop down on Frankfort were admitted as evidence Col Jack Cblnn graphically described how Goebel was shot He also testified that the republican militia was on the scene within 10 minutes after the shooting New and Important evidence will disprove Jim Howards claim that he was not In Frankfort when Goebel was killed and the other will produce a letter from Caleb Powers telling him how much trouble he had in stiffening Taylors backbone for the venture The jnry in the Powers case was ob talncd Friday morning and arter a powerful statement of the case by Col- T Campbell the examination of witnesses began D Meade Woodson a civil engfneer of Frankfort was the first He made a survey of the capitol grounds and had prepared a diagram which was submitted in evidence showing to a mathematical certainty that the assassin fired from the office or the secretary of State Saturday the Commonwealth sought to show by expert testimony that Goe bol was shot from the front and from a window in Powers office The cloth log worn by the victim at the time was also ictroduced in evidence MM W B An1erson manager of the Western Union Telegraph Company at Barbour yule was Introduced to identity some 150 telegrams sent by Powera The defense objected to the filing of these dispatches as evidence and Judge Can trill took the matter under advisement until yesterday Sensational testimony is expected to be brought out this week Amongj the Important witnesses who are expected to testify are Culton Golden FInley Anderson and Robert Noaks Culton and Golden have already given testimony at preliminary bearings but it is said they have not told all they Know The assassination papers are making great ado over the alleged tact that 10 of the Powers jury are Goebel democrat while only one ia a republican and the other a prohibitionist According to rumors current at Frankfort Robert Noaks when he takes the witness stand in the Goebel murder trial will tell of a plot among the mountaineers to kill the Frankfort force Noaks It Is said will implicate W H Culton as the prime mover In this plot and will testify that W S Taylor told him to obey Culton orders LAND STOCK CROPS IC Cattle are dying bv thousands Ar zona as a esult of tbe droutb The export of corn Increased from f per cent in 1890 to 1114 In 1899 A numberof mules changed hands at Danville yesterday at 175 to 1129- I will stand my Polled Angus bull at my place at 82 50 J W Baughman C Kern sold his farm at Perry yule to Ed Wayne of Jessamine at 145 Milton Warren sold to Gentry Bros of Boyle a pair of mules for 8220 and a horse for 89250 J B Foster has finished putting ui the hay off of 80 acres He thinks he has about J25 tons WANTED to buy all the wheat Ie West Lincoln for which highest mar ket price will be paid McKinney Mill lUll Co fftWilliam Hunter old to a Garrari county party a bunch of fat heifers at 4c and to Joboson of Boyle a lot ol bogs at 4k Sidney Lucas won the Turf Congres Handicap at Chicago Saturday and his owner Thompson Bros won over 330000 on him Hit time was only s half second slower than the record for U milesF Bishop bought of Wilson Alex ander a bunch of ewes at 3 and sole him some Southdown buck lambs at IS He sold to J F Ware some butcher stuff at 3lc and bought of Sidney Dun bar a bunch of lambs at 4c LutesCo sold to William Moser 20 stock ewes at 8350 to a Garrart county party 201 stock ewes at same and two cows and calves to Sam Mc Klttrlck for 835 They bought of Fox t McDowell 356 stock ewes at about 832J Capt J A Nash baa sold his crop or wheat 2300 bushels to S P Kerr at 72 cents This crop was made on ft acres of ground yielding an average ol nearly 351 bushels to the Bcretbe largest yield we have beard of this season Winchester Sun DANVILLK COURT There were 17 cattle by actual count on the DanvllU market yesterday and there werni many more than that number of people In town Eight heifers were sold by I F Shelby to D C Allen at 362 and a few butcher cattle brought 3 to 3ic Owing to the scarcity of cattle the pried of beef In the local market has been advanced 3 cents over that of July of last year The last advance of hall a cent went Into effect Saturday Un less large shipments of cattle reach Louisville within the next week a still greater rise Is to bo expectedCour ier Journal Mrs Shelby Tevis bad 75 half grown turkeys killed a few nights ago by a hound dog Competent Judges estimate the wheat crop in Boyle county at 500 000 bushels The average will be about 25 bushels to the acre The farmers kayo been blessed with splendid weath er for harvesting and are rapidly mar keting their crops The wheat Is of xuellentqualilyAdvocateLung China man says tbat bid countrymen in this country have contributed 820000000 to the Boxer cause The largest nugget yet found In the Klondike was picked up on Gold Hilt recently It weighed 77 ounces and was valued at 813000 At Galveston Texas Friday oebesof rain full In ID hound 1 Hustonville Fair Aug i a 3 PREMIUM LIST FIRST DAY Southdown buck any ago I 5 00 Ewe any age 5 00 Buck lamb under I year 5 00 Ewe lamb under 1 year 5 00 Horse colt 10 00 tare colt 10 00 tare and colt1000 Saddle gelding any age 15 00 Saddle mare age 15 00 Suckling colt either sex by Red wason for 1001 25 00 Jack under 2 years 10 00 Jack 2 year and under 3 1000 Jack any age 10 00 Jennet under 1 year 10 00 Jennet any age 10 00 Suckling colt either sex by Gallon 15 00 Colt either sex Dignity Dare season S20 2nd pro 110 SO 00 Draft stallion mare or gelding 10 00 Boy rider under 15 15 00 Goat or pair of goats driven5 00 Mate and mule colt either sex 10 00 Mule mare 10t Mule colt either tex 10 00 tare mule colt 10 00 Mule year end under 2 10 00 Mule 2 years and over 10 00 Mule colt by lialatm season 10 00 Handsomest boy under year 5 00 Double team speed style fro 4000 SECOND DAY Hull calf under e r 10 00 Hull calf 1 year and under 10 on null 2 years and over 10 00 Bull anyage 85 00 Heifer calf under 1 year 10 00 helter 1 year and under 2 10 Heifer 2 years and over 10 Cow anv age 15 New York saddle maro or gelding 15 Pair mares or gelding 20 Roadster mar or gelding SO Girl baby under 1 yr from Casey 10 Stallion or gelding yr under 2 10 Mare 2 years under 3 10 Msre 3 years and under 4 10 Mare 4 years and over 15 Gelding 4 yours and over 15 Stallion or gelding 2 vw under 8 10 Stallion 3 years under 4 10 Stallion 4 years and over 20 Saddle stallion mare or gelding150 Roadster mare or gelding any age 50 Worst Turnout 20 THIRD DAT Stallion mareorgeldng under 2 10 Stare 2 years and under 3 15 Mate 3 years and under 4 10 Mare 4 years and over 15 Stallion mart or gelding 2 under 3 10 Stallion or gelding 8 under 4 10 Stallion 4 years and over 20 Stallion any age 25 Phaeton Pony under 15 hands 10 Itocka way mare or gelding 15 Walking Stallion mare or gelding 15 Fancy sadlie mar or gelding 20 Fancy Turnout 20 Model stallion mare or gelding 10 Mare or gelding any age 20 Prettiest baby under 3 years 25 Stallion mare or gelding any age 150 W D HOCK rit Secretary J P HAMIK President WM LANDGRAF Is a candidate for Atsemor of Lincoln count ty subject to democratic action SOUTHDOWN BUCKS I harejar aal lone Southdown Bucka in Iani prrpireJ 0 hindf Bo Indiana KWM J ICoacb at Cook Spriog pMiofficc Uuwlind Kj POSTED I hereby notify th public thit mj land It post e4 and that I no or tmmi uoubedIOLD MOCK WHISKY George O Weatherford has a contract toi FCIL CONTROL AND 8 Lit of Old Mock Whls ky In Huilonrllle Ky II O SIOOK Danville Ky FRITH HOTEL F F2ANCISCOProrletor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY a Beet Hotel to IIu wounUlni rates cooiUlei 1orten meet all trains ttprr lal attention to Ira dlnf men W S BEmY D DS Lancaster Ky Ieeth Extracted Without Pain With VltHllird Air Phvslcliin In attebd a nee Office In the New TIirnpn Hullolng The Mason HotelMRS U DMM MN Proi iaucastcr t Kcntuck Nswly furnished clean beds apleudi able Everything firmcUec Portent sect all trains 89 FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND tALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses anil Mule constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager EXCURSIONThrough NIAGARA fAllS AUG 9TH Iteturn Limit August 20th 1900 Chicago Hamilton Dayton Railway AND MICHIGAN CENTRAL 87 From Cincinnati Low hates from tributary points One of till most beautiful tripaln all iho world 19 Americas greatest wonder Apply to any C H D Uy Agt for liscrintiv leaflet n G EDWATIDS lass TraffijM r Cinotnaaf O nON JAMES ft BLACK Of Knox County Is a candidate for the nomination for the offlce of Governor sub lect to the action of the Democracy TIIAUES H WRIGHT b a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for Jailer subject to tho action of the democratic party Ho solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES Is candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Oouut subject to the action of the democratic par ty Your support Is solicited PBTTITT BROS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOKELAND KY Quick sml sfficltnt attention to burials rlmtD new brine La rg stork ofCoffin Caikctt llobM Ac Uptodate stock of FurnIture aiwajt on hand lllcct Js W PARKHILL M D HOMEOPATHIC FK7S1CIAH Dr Iarkhtll has had 20 years experience In tho general practice of and offer his services to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cacci Ufllco opjxwlto Court House over Ileatlcr lire Livery Stable Ofllci hours from i to 5 p Special SALE 150 SUITS To Close Out I At Below Cost To make ready for Fall Stock Now Is Your Chance To get a Nlcfl Suit of Clothes cheap t than you ever did befo e CumninsMcClary Desirable Farm At Private Sale OeMrlnit torhanre climate ou account of my health I will sell at private tale my CountyKentuckyand IX mile Went of McKlnney on 0 S It n Tills farm and Improvements are among llio best In the Illue Grass region of Ken lucky The dwelling Is a modern brick and frame metal roof containing 0 rooms with halls porch and verandah Outbuilding include two splendid and commodious barn with 91 box stalls and shod room for 100 cattle or 200 sheep other buildings Include icehouse ea moist house coal tiouao poultry house flower pit and toad tenant house of five room buildings- arts In flr tcla s repair and comparatlYCl- yne Never failing orchard of bvst variety of fruit The of this farm U largerJjrtlOD flntclas land Abun dance of never falling water four rock walled ponds In addition to branch through one side of the place 200 acre of farm In blue grass or meadow with 50 acres ID wheat and corn fencing In excellent con dition and abundance In quantity This farm Is In good shape for division squareboundedtonvllle and McKlnnney Turnpike This home and farm has to bo eon to be appre verydolrllblopportunity to find this quality on the market Terms liberal Any person desiring to Inspect the premise are to call on or address me at KyUTON TH E FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrallylocated and only FJEStCIASS1I0tello 2 RATEDue block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Slrcbt cats pass the door to alpuis of The City Everything neat IUd clean EXCELSIOR Is an acceptable motto for any ambitious man or woman to adopt nut when a midsummer thermometer nails it to Its mast head then nil humanity is made to suffer Stanford and Lincoln county people are to be congratulated while tho suns rays are at their hottest Stanfords Busy Store Is placing all hot weathergoods prices that makercompetition vanish like chaff before a whirlwind Here they ate for vcrybody Ltdies first- S Largo Palm Fans forSo3 B umner Vests lOc Black Drop Stitch Hose worth 20c only lOc Ladles Tan or Black Oxford or Strap Sandal j o48c 60c Summer Corsets only 21c A nice stylish Shirtwaist in Black or White Fancy Percale Gingham or Lawn plain tucked or elaborately trimmed only 39c A nicely trimmed Linen Skirt only SOc Ladles Saljor lIsts only 23o MENS BREEZY GARMENTS Mens Crash lists only lila Mens Hot Heatlier Suck 6 for 25c 1 Suit Krcnceh Balbriggan Underwear w v 48c Mens Tennis Shoes 48c Negligee Shlrls 3 for 11 Full Suit of Linen well and stylishly mlle114f t 3 Dozen Ties 25c Boys Vacation Clothes Boys Knee PaniK 0 100 I Boys Crash Iants15c-oy Linen SuitsGOc-I by s Malsts iSo Boys Tennis Shoes 23c Boys Crash Hata t ISo Boys fast black seamless Hose 5c Be sure and see our line of Carpets Mat faPolesin these goods and allow no one to undersell us Good Mattings in pretty patterns at lOc this week Louisville StoreS LINGER BROS PRORS 07 0 BANEY UGB t I SS BIO LINE OF CLQTUINGt I For Men Boys and Children 01ODD PANTS H SPECIALTY I See our Line of Custom Made Pnt at 1260 to I J25 per pair I W E PERKINSCrab S Ky o THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This now the most up todate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been recently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmkt Lenses the now discovery in optical science to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very Uatest Designs iy JVJouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality beforehave to be seen to lx Suit plntlngAmolitqellcle pictures Embroidered Mats French Ystor Colors and all pictures that re- itiiro a dainty frame When In Danvillecall and see us and get our prices We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky W B MBOBERTS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful line of Stationery Blank Books of every description Office Long Distance Telephone Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 pnid in Living Benefits f Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond If not write tothe home office for literature or call on our nearest agent for an explanation of its terms and conditions Some of Its Strong Points It returns 160 and five per cent interest for the average time for each dollar paid in 2 Stock taken now vlll all be matured in from eighteen to twenJylour months with a large part redeemed in a shorter n Its matured In consecutive order consequently all ooment of chance ii elimlna ted Now is the Time to Subscribe Tie sooner you begin the sooner will your c uponi bgiu to matur For further information address A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary- J C DAlLY Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky r THE INTERIOR JOURNA STANFORD Ky JULY 17 IQoo E C WALTON BUSINESS MANAOEI THIS boat materials combined wltb care skill and accuracy Insure good result No othor methods are over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS W A OARSON la ill MR E T BEAZLEY wont to Vcr Bailies Saturday MRS J II WONER and Miss Suo Woncr are both III Miss IJKTTIE PAXTON Is vleltlng tbo v Misses Logan In Louisville j WALKER PINKERTON returned from Richmond and other points Saturday MISSES RllODA LUNSroRU and Nan Tile VanDevcer aro visiting In Mt Vet non Miss SARAn BAUOHMAN wont to Danville yesterday to visit Mrs Monti 1FoxI1SS MAOOIE McIlARDY of McKIn noy has gone to Canada to visit roll tlve ItMI88 LILLIE PEYTON returned trot Green Normal School yet tcrday MRS W A TRIUIILE and son Jamo Plckctt are visiting her parents InI Mason county- JACollt UUMMELSTflN of Somerset Waif hero shaking hands with old friends Saturday LITTLE Miss ANNA WILHOIT of Lexington has boon tbo guest of tills LcGrando Jones MISSES MAMIE PICKLES and Sui I Dcathorago of Richmond are vlsltlni Miss Anna Cover Mlt AND MRS WILL TODD of Chi cago are visiting Mrs W T Stoni and other relative MR W A DAVIS county attornej M of Woodford was hero Saturday wits Hon Harvey Helm MRS BENEDICT SPALDINO who half been at Crab Orchard Springs return ed homo yesterday Miss PEARL BURNBIDE returned yesterday from a visit to Mist Jennie Buroslde Iq Garrard Miss CARRIE PEAK who hat beet the eueet of Mr Martha Severance has returned to Louisville MR THOMAS M OWBLEY of Bow Unit Green spent a few day at bit father Hon J S Cwiley Sr REV R D MAIIONY Is at the Beaz ley Hotel Crab Orchard Rli wlfo and children spent Sunday with him hilts M E DAW80N and daughter Mist Ruth of Ash Grove Mo have been guests of Mr Eliza Dawson R ED HALE oletking at Goo H FarrU it Coi while John H Shanks take bis place at Warren it Shanks Miss BLANCHE NEWKIRK who hat been trimmer for Mis Annie Phillip has returned to her home In Louisville MISSES MARY CONKWRIOHT and Susie Yantt have returned from a very pleasant visit to friend In Lancaster Miss J ULIA STAGU will be a value ble addition to the faculty of Central Christian College Uustonvlllo next session 0 B SAMPSON of Mercer who II up- seeing after LI farm tell ua his crop of wheat threshed only 322 1bushelt Miss OPHELIA CHANCELLOR return ed from Mlllcrsburg Saturday Mlsi Maggie Chancollor camo with her and is now her guest MRS W R MANIER Will Owsloy Mary and Miller Manier of are with non J S Owaloy NashvilleI Mr M J Miller MR AND MRS CALEII BROWN of Casey wore hero Saturday lo see Mr and Mrs Josh Brown off to Missouri after their visit to them t MR WILSON RICE and Misses Halite Rice of Marktbury and Bertie Liv ingston of Cilnton Mo are visiting Mies Margaret Livingston MRS MARY J GOODIN of Liv- Ingston camo down with Dr John S i Cooper yesterday to seek the benefits of JoMipnPrlco Infirmary MANAGER J B OWENS of Cumber land Falls writes that ho caught one catfish weighing 35 and another 40 Ibi He also writes that ho has a good FARMER tho old Kentucky democrat aa ho sign himself has sent us a number of subscribers since he has been at McLean III and Satur day sent ua some more MRS NANNIE HARPER and ton Jag P Harper of the West End spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs C Lt Pruitt who have recently moved to tbe East End MR JULIAN BOURNE II juit back from Yale where he graduated wltb distinction In the law and Is with hi aunt Miss Florence Truebeart He will likely locate Lexington MR J W JAMES and bride nee Buchanan of Crab Orchard who wore r married In this city two weeks ago are at the Grand returning home from an Eastern tour Cincinnati Enquirer 14 MR W H MURPHY Misses Belle Roots Sue Wbliloy and Nellie Mur phy went up to Dripping Springs Sunday where Miss Nellie will stay a week or two with the hope of getting well and strong MR ELLERSON PADGETT who la 80 years old was over with his son R D Padgeit from Waynesburg yesterday The old gentleman ta getting feeble ana said It was probably his last visit to the county scat Miss MARY REID of Danville has been spending two wools In tbo city with MUaca Jano Todd Watson and Anno Cook Huffman and left for her home Saturday Miss Reid la a very pretty and charming young girl and was much admired while berLax Ington Loader ds LOCALS Go to Crab Orchard Springs and get well W ion 1000 Addrell Lock Box 192 Stanford Ky 3t SunritiBES onour cleaning up cow ter every week Severance it Sons A FEWweekssaCrab Orchard Springs will help you GOOD faro and excellent waters are two features at Crab Orchard Springs W exchange for hay corn and oats Higgins Sims Phon 44 PUKSS FOR SALE New Gordon press for sale cheap Address W P Walton StMMFH shirts ndere and neck wear In boundless profusion at Cum mini ft McClary FAUMEIIS are requested to call In and tee our Old Hickory and Brown wag ons Best made W A Carson STOltE your wheat with us at 1 cent per bushel per month and yet tho ben efit of aqy advance J II Boughmai S CoSYoun account le addready for you Call In and settle and save us the trouble of coming to you for the money 11111l Deck Tim Lincoln county democracy thoroughly united In the belief tha Black Is the best man to be nominate for governor iTUB various privileges of the bus tonvlllo fair Aug 2 and 3 will boson at auction Saturday July 21 If not toll prlvatgly before TilE tax books are now ready and those who desire to pay will please cal at my office and do so as it will be gladly received S M Owens The theChristian church aL Uustoovllle have the dining room privileges of the fair Aug 13 losleai of the C W B M Society M stated McKiNNEY has a oestore Lot True of Falmoutb has opened a stool of general merchandise In the storeroom recently vacated by G M Com best AT HU8TONV1UB J Bcechcr Ad ami asks us to say that the State or ganlzer of the Red Men will lecture at Elustonvlllo next Thursday night 19th Admission free SALE Mr V H Traylor ha bought of James A Dudderar and Mrs Anne Dudderar Dudderara Dlx River Mill and 00 acre of land adjoining for 10000 There Is a good dwelling on the taet BOYLE county delegates instructed for lion James B McCrcary at Dan vllle yesterday with non James D Black second choice Resolutions denouncing republican assassination fraud So wero adopted who have pretty fables night make them help pay expenses by showing them at the Ilustonvllle fair where there are three baby rings sows jour chance to find out what other people think of your offspring AUVEKTIBINO space iho dally to be gotten out by this office during tho Hustonvlllo fair Aug 1 2 3 Is going rapidly It will be a splendid means to make your wants known to the thous mode who will attend that popular fair Tilt Stanford Co has dis iolvcd and Mr Gold and Mr BIckotT Till for the present do business eopa ulely They have put a good deal of nosey In circulation since they came mere by buying things nobody else roofs THE nustonvlllo fair catalogue 44 sages and 2000 In number was gotten ml bv this Doles in three days In addition to other job work With every acltlty and with willing workers this itUce Is almost boundless in Its accom illshmenta THE meeting of the South Eastern Kentucky Medical Association at Crab irobard Springs Friday was both a profitable and pleasant one Some 35 doctors wero present representing a dozen or more counties and an exten live program was Carried out Stan urns M Ds wore there In full force Toe malls aro out of joint J A IcRoberta at Lebanon Junction says he never Rots the INTERIOR JOUUNAL ho same day it Is printed though promptly mailed on 24 of the days of asue and often not for several days Patrons on the C S South and North of McKinney ought to get their papers ruble a few hours after they are printed but dont half the time A letter ailed at Hubblo on the 11th got to tanvllle oo tho 12th and reached here la the McKlnney mall at 0 p M on tbo 13th and yet Hubble ta but six miles from here The mall men must Itet a move on themselves or move out IN his speech before tbo democratic unventlon yesterday Col Welch apt Iy said that the Issue In Kentucky IsI self preservation and tho triumph tbo lawgiver the murderoua tactics tbe republicans and their policy of as 18lna lon It overshadows the tariff 16 to 1 or any other question In Ken flaky and every democrat and other loneBt noun should stand shoulder to boulder against the party which baa ellboratelv endorsed the outrageous acts of their BOfCalled governor who not only apparently aided and abetted jsasslnatlon but set at defiance all ivll Uw sod established martial law 10 times of His re marks were 10u1lyapplauded and there woro cries of go on go on when ho bad concluded HAMILTON for good watch work CRAII OnciiAtiD SPIUNOB now open You will be by clay at Crab Orchard Springs WHY go elsewhere when Crab Ore ard Springs will do you more good CLOTHING and Oat Stock will bo closed out at cost for cash G II Far rlsCo DONT be deceived We furnls you life sized pictures for less than any agent can Magglo Sacray MASHED TO DEATH The torrlbl mutilated body of James Graves was found on the C S railroad track yet terday morning whore It passes tbrc the farm of Col nail Anderson It supposed that ho sat down on tho track fell asleep and was killed by the laat train North about 4 oclock A coron ora jury wee summoned by Squlro Coffey as follows D S Rifle W H Hughes F L Board James Lamb J A butler and G A Hughes who returned Verdict In accordance with the circumstances as there was no wltnes to the accident Graves was about 21 and worked for Mrs Black Givens lie formerly lived In Stanford and staid at Judge Alcorna nil legs wero cut off his arms mangled and his face mashec to a jelly EXACTLYEx Inspector Les ter has tiled suit against tho Stanford JOUIINAL for alleged damages by rea too of the publication of ati cruel stating that Lester had sent cortali telegrams to Noukes etc The lien was taken from the dallies and aasooi as Mr Walton discovered his error he made hot baste to correct It The ony way In which a country paper can go general news Is to cull it from the dal lies which Is taken from the most reliable of them All papers aro ready 0 make amend for any Injustice they do and when an error la corrected Itaeem that this ought to settle It A newspa per man hasnt the cub to employ a Plnkcrton detective to run down over Item ho gets He has to shoot In thi dark frequently and the wonder iatba more errors do not occur Louis Lan dram In Lancaster Record THE healthgiving watere at grant old Crab Orchard Springs are drawing a good crowd to that delightful sum nor resort and Manager Gus J Hof mann thinks by Aug 1 the largest Bath ring In year will be there While II II not the intention of Manager Hot mann to have hope an occasional dance will be enjoyed aa was the one of Frl lay nltfht He Is negotiating for baod Mr A Addams and family of Lebanon and J W James and bride have taken rooms there for the Bummer Capt William Henry and wife who la Mr Josephine K Henry of Versailles Foster Ray and wife of Lebanon G C Webster and daughter Miss Nellie Webster of Indianapolis lire some of the congenial guests wh ire there for the season A party or jroung ladles la booked to como thli week and the beaux of Stanford and idjolnlng towns aro hereby notified ol the fact fl INSTRUCTED FOR BLACK DID ALL HUT ONC OF rUE PRECINCTS Tbo democrats did not turn out very argely Saturday but those who did rcro very enthusiastic for the lion lames D Black for governor who re erred Instructions from the following ireclncu At tho court house R L Hubbli ailed the convention to order Johi C Robinson was mado chairman and J M Alverson secretary Delegates rere appointed aa follows T P Hill atteraon Underwood A G T Smith Bnd T C Bankln In the Mackavllle prcclbct Col W G Welch was called to the chair and W S Hurch mado secretary Hons R O Warren and W G Welch delegates Engine House Judge J P Bailey chairman E C Walton secretary elegatea S H Shanks Wm Beck and J S Hooker R R Goofy alter ateStanford No4 Rowland G S Car peuter chairman John Barnett secretary Ltlburn Gooch and J 1 Jones Delegates Hustoovllle No1 Josh Swope was bairman and James Frye secretary elevates T H Wright J D Swope else Carter and Samuel Reid Huatonville No 2 M F North chair man E D Kennedy secretary Dole gAteS M F Nortb James Walker Glv enl and G D Wcatherford At Turnersvllle G L Carter pro Idcd and J L Vanhook was secreta ry Delegates S M Owens J M Carter and W A Coffey Alternates O J Crow Jerry Brlacoe and F M Ware Crab Orchard No1 J C McWhor ter chairman W D Wallln secretary Dele atea J D Petlua Andrew Buch iuan W D Wallin Alternates Wm ituart Larkin Wells Wm Garner Crab Orchard No 2 J P Chandler balrtuao J H Stephen secretary Delegates W T Tucker O P New land J P Chandler Alternates J H Stephens Calvin Whllt and W E erklnaWayneaburg No2 Klngavllle J A McKee chairman Dr J W Acton eoretary Delegates W L McCarty aod W C Alford- Waynesburg No 3 Highland T W lutchlnson chairman John Baugb ecretary T W Hutohlnson delegate THHEEKOR I1ECKHA- MWayneaburg No1 W F Camden halrman L C Gooah secretary Delegated H H Singleton M G Hey olds J B Dilgh This precinct In truded for Deckbam who got 20 votes to Blacks 13 P B Twidwell appeared as the iroxy of George D Woatherford and G B Cooper of Patterson Underwood itherwlso all the delegates wero pres ut aerr i ak COUNTY CONVENTION INSTRUCTS FOR BLACK AND ADOPT RINGING RESOLUTIONS- On behalf of the countv chairman John W Ilolmef Hon R C Warren called the convention to order and sug Bested Hon bL F North for chair man He was elected and on furtbei motion W P Walton was selected all secretary The chair ordered a call of the precincts which showed nearly every delegate named present On mo- tIOn the chair appointed the following committee on resolutions R C War ren J W Givens Jesse Carter Saral Held W L McCarty M G Reynoldi and W D Wallin who retired and whllo they were atotfnt calls were mado on MrJ S Hooker who brleflj responded and Col W G Welch wbc spoke at greater length and thoroughly enthused the audience by his elcdgc hammer blows at republican method and their attempt at government bj asaaaslnatlon When Col Welch had concluded Mr Warren reported the resolutions as followsRESOLVED by the democracy of Lin coIn county In convention aaembled 1 We fervently and without reser vation approve tho inaunitJuent plat form of American principle recently declared by the National democratic convention at Kansas City and not lest do we approve the nominations there mado for the great otllce of president and vice president of these United Slates Platform and ticket are each worthy of the other and together should constitute a resistless appeal to the conscience and sober judgment of tbo nation 2 We declare however that the paramount laaue to Kentuckians at the approaching election Is in our deliberate judgment a local one It In single and fundamental It la whether the law the sovereign will of the people expressed through their legislature ac cording to the ancient and orderly usage of English speaking people la to be our rule of action the measure of our rights and the remedy for our wrongs or whether murdermnrder from ambush to grow Into precedent take the place of court and jury and become the accepted arbiter of all disputes and whether oura la to be In the future a governmental by Ilunll the guns of the militiaman and the gun of the private aasaaain All else if naught until this supreme question la answered by the lawloving to tbe law less by the democracy to organized rufQanlftm under whatever political banner and upon this wu are ready to put ourselves upon the country 3 rune and trial of our present elec tlon law has shown It to be defective and unacceptable to tbe people of our State It Is the chief mission and highest duty democracy to remedy laws that bear unequally on any part of the people We earnestly recom mend therefore that the democratic Legislature be reassembled u soon as practicable to the end that an election law so amended that it shall be so just that a way faring man though hiding In tbe bush with his rifle may be fore ed to see It and unable to lie about It 4 We appoint as delegates to the convention called to meet at Lexington tbe 10th the following named gentlemen Lewis G Goocb John S Owa ley Sr J M Carter S M Owens J H McAllsterJ D SwopeM F North W A Coffey Jesse D Hooker Rowan Sautloy Wm Landgraf J F Boldam W L McCarty Andow Thompson R C Warren and W G Welch und In the selection of a nominee we Instruct them locaal the entire vote of Lincoln county for Hon James D Black of Knox and to use every leglllmalo and honorable effort to effect his nomina lion 5 Upon all questions coming Jefore the convention the Lincoln county del- e atlon shall vote as a unit Tbe resolutions were unanimously adopted and after listening to a speech from Mr Warren who heartily favors a fair and just amendment of the election law and is strongly for Black the convention adjourned M F NORTH chmn W P WALTON secy A DISTURUANCE on the street about he time of the democratic and republican conventions hero Saturday drew a larger crowd than either of them Jim Tall was raising a row In his household and an attempt was made to arrest him when he drew a knife Marshal New and called J B Mershon to assist him and both armed with axe handle stood aloof while Will Lovelace and a slater of Tall wrestled with the irate Negro aod kept him from using the weapon xjvelaco finally got the best of Tall and the obstreperous fellow was landed In jail When Tall was taken before Judge arson yesterday to answer for wife seating tbo woman swore that he was just playing and that charge was llamlssed For creating adlaturbancc lowover he caught It for 10 and coats NEWS cornea from Casey that Sheriff lames Brown baa thrown up his olllce Ho got tangled up In his accounts It Is aid and the trust company which waa arraying him refused to do so longer aDd a Mr Combest was appointed In bll stead Mr Brown la a clever gen leman and his are glad to kuoY that thero la nothing criminally wrong FAITVBeDlak wllk neon and F P Combeat told aa I J porter at Danville yesterday that Liberty would hold a fair between Sept and 15 and tbat those Interested will feet next Monday 23rd to decide on tbe exact date This will bo good new to tbe many who think there la no fair Ike tbat held at Liberty SEE our new goods Including a beau Iful and elegant line of cut glassware redding presents novelties So Wil lIam Hamilton r BUCKSKIN Bills wild west show will be In Danville July25- READY4IADEskirts and fancy petti coats In our cut price sale this week J P Jones FRUIT CANS Frlgenitur Ico Chests Fly Paper and Water Coolers at War ren d Shank No marring innn tho Ub 0- 1Julysaid County Clerk Cooper with a sigh this morning IT terrifically hot night and day tbe mercury ranalng away up In the DOa tOot of tbe time- HRIGOSWllham Hurrla Brlgga oldest son of Mr and Mro J R Briirga died this morning at 7 oclock of par alysl Advocate TUE multiplication of papers does not Interfere with the tpreud of the IN TERIOR JOURNAL Our biiilofci man tiger got 10 new tines tcrday ut Dan vllie where evf rvh Kly tNnrs It N NEWSY NOTES It 11 etllniMUd that the mimier of Germans nod their dt ecenUuuU In the United Stntei is 15000000 Two teen ituppo ell to have pirtlcl pbttd lu the Illinois Central train rob bury near Wlokliffe have ben caught The flew census show that the Die rclct of Columbia has n population 273 7ii an increase of 43 320 since the cen sue Of 1390 A dispatch from Versailles says that a COpound cat lUh caught near Tyrone bad a well developed white Infant in Its intestines SALE OF LAND AND STOCK IuorJ rlo JlilJf tbe estate of the late Mn Mirth singleton I will otter for ate on the prow Iva ueir Crab Urcbard on Saturday Sept 1st 1900 her fuu eoutalntog- T = setae Of good bluigrm Und well Improiel with brick booofseven room well tprlnj jirJsn S- cTaatieIfalrashbalsnteln month with Inicrui tolulllyu u Urmi are com plied wltb Alums Lime I will sell soma Uont and Cows BUanOAlbaCTH SINGLETON Admr Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danville Moodays Wednesdays mod Fridays Will be In tan ford Tuesdays Thundajri and Sat urdijt Office la the IVnalnfton HulWIng Stanford 01 Gee hours 9 w u I to r OSTEOPATHY Thli Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of Klrnrlllo Mo depends on tbe principle of Anatomy and 1hytlologjr for Ita re suits no rubbing no suq icaloIKntlonsandclaims hlog supra naturalhteopalhyrlewetun u a machine ofao many parts lit When all rant ire properly adjusted and not overworked uralUi U the mult Some of the diseases treated us Nervous 1rottraUon Headache Neuralgia llbeuniatUm Catarrh Granulated Lids lioltre Hurt Aver and Lung Diwaac Constipation Illw Oall Stones Enlarged 1rottiat all blow acb and of Nona std Joint uatureeVltlocUon daJointa incontinence of Urine Locomotor Alas U emits Dlwawi a ipevlalty Consultation Free The GreenStore HUSTONHILLe New Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before recent ad vances and consequently tbe prices are lower than other stocks bought since goods went See m new line of not- WeatberClothlng Low Cut Shoes and raW Hats JAMES FRYE tMN- drSTYLISH RELIABLE Recommended by Leading Drcaamaktri fThey Always Flair IM CALL lANVPIUCBIclly and town In lh 1every k teen atiil j ut Oscmamparadnd ltHa tert polnliFrancUco o sad- MS CALLS- MAGAZINE IPrllhtt Magazine Published DeautKul Colored rialei illustrates latest Patterns Fash- Ions Fancy Work tntjaatilalpnmrumiiotalltde Writs lor uriniSvbtcrlpilonoly 30o p r ytar IIOCIiI FILEK THE McCALL CO 146 W ith St New York nnwIlmmlmI W1HmW j O I I Hare Located in Stanford on Depot St Near Main for tlio purpose of selling SecoJd JiaJd jew GJot itig At BARGAIN PRICES I am Celling Clothing Cheaper than It was ever fj sold in tbe town of Stanford before I also carry a Complete Line of Gents Furnishing Goods Come and Got My Prices THE CINCINNATI BARGAIN STdRJE 1 ct IF YOU AREThrough painting your house hanging your curtains washing your windows piper Ing Ac please RETURN OUR STEPLADDER And Oblige Higgins McKinneY P s Also bring our Monkey Wrench Screw Driver Hatchet Hammer and Saw with youComfort I Is What You Want This lot Weather Then Go To HJMcRobertsFor Silk Or Madras Shirt Low Out Shoes nil Serge Coats and Vests TIi tS7VTILZai l6eLi11taloiil9i7Ti I 1 I II ii fi RemnantCounter I Full of Bargains Dimt wilt until the best are gone Remnants of Percales Lawns Calicoes Remnant Corsets and Skirts Shirt Waists c Buy a pair of our Bargain Shoes or Slippers Gentlemen look at our New Sh- irtsSEVERANCE A SONS Opposite Court House e BH EWII ReadyMade Skirts il Fancy Petticoats Go this week in our Out Price Sale Any garment In the house will be offered you this week for lese money than you cau purchase the material We have some yery nice things left in Dress Skirts made of Covert UPiques And Crack t Also a nice line of Underskirts made of Mercerized Moretn Hatered Taffetaa and Imported Baleen Theto will be Genuinel Bargains As we are determined to make prices in our weekly Bales that competition will nut tackle JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Adz J A ALLEN A CO Oorrtractors Arid IBuildrs STANFORD KY complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pine Flooring CeIiun 000 Sash line now u funds and all kinds of Pressed and Hough Lumber Shingles Hoofing Loa Bust totta c We maku uUmiitel on any kind of work wanted Office opposite DrL al CoukV P1jP i THE INTEhlOKIOURNAL I fnttred nil 1QlIoNre at SI lm 11- 11etf ndca tflUlfr rt cr caI A1I1 PER YEAR cDarcedI 1Vn not oIadmC will =KKOXVILLE VISI fIIU Train r inf NnrtbMJ n12II booth t FI ortFur KENTUCKY CENTRAl DIVISION 21 ArVtI sunlord at 1hS It ior1 2U Iv No AfltItRoIIlDtLt 1200 No21 io r u No2J In QUEEN ifCRESCENT TtoYgO4 SduhJunttlon City oeifltP sltOPL 11111 A1i t UitngS l I ilowntMop Ke I aDA N0II6AI FRANKFORT AND CINCIHNATI Tftlni tta8 FrtttMatt at 050 AM 140 r and II coairrtlnuat lone iwn with tlijO leST Pirt IL 36 tC RetUtS with P erhTtZ l toktrt alltr rontltinli t CotraU II UA IJr r TDe atur tram lean for 1Ir rn J r J U SEVTtN l A I SOUtHERN KfIIUVftY IN KENTUCKY Coaliniid Sch luIs II Ifftet Hit 10 1109 U tIn No No L N rtTOUIMYiIIe 1410 400pm 1 Ar SbelbJTlllc BlOam 631pm Btwira Ar 1Arenoobg PtOun a fiiiiAr VerKollln1 laiOam l4pmIlOlffl Ar Leilncton IO4ain 71prnl WITIOVNIL LSLiLezInun 73uam 43ipml 1IfRAr Veraalllea Mam Ar Larencebir LAJam Ar ShelbjTlllo 910am Jpmjrlam Ar Louusvt1e 1040am SASTBOCKD- Ko WBSTDOUSn lllNo 111 HINo U 00pm 745 am LT 0pmia40amf- cJSpm 1000am LrSUTIOIN sapm a lOar- a715pm 104310 Ar 0pm Ta TSOpm laKanflAr sapm T10ua IA3TBOTIHD VTISTIlOCStl ii1st TJON N ftoi400pm 745am 1S I utrrll Ar ia 0am 74 pm lSSpm 810am ShclbvllAr 910am tlSpn 447pm lo5an1 Vcrillea Ar 7BO m rO pm fiopm 1110am Ar Midway IT 7SOitnj 340pm 740pm ILfiO1m Ar Georetn Lv 7Gam 310pm CASTBOCMO WISTBOUSD t s 5 STTJONR ItNa 8HNO 2 74Sm c4OpmIfv Jootlntl AnIIO1Iamt4 ii lOam V r Ue Wom wpm1lI111pmIU At dIrvlue iTATJONiL No INo X LT Loulnllle 1410 4rm 104lam1103PmAr Ar Savannah lOamI Iklani Ar Jacksonville II1IamI r Coattanooek l ampml PItlII15QaDlIrr Jack oorllle B30aaiiaoOpn Chi tt nooca r tOptn4m r Ulrmlncham 1005pm 1145a- mrMcrldlin 23am tMya rNew Orleans eSOaml U1r1Inrhllmo LoUlnllIjLulnrtoD fa Fleeplnccar Birmingham a LexlorLeD All tralna between Loulirllle LoUllIUllIi Nrein dally Bttween Versailles and d Udally soc 87 und ESdallyex ept Sunday RlcbionclllndtDally except Sunday i Other trains daily- SGAicNo431 v OM J M CVIPT M Washington D a Waihlnf tnn DC AVCUK0 l A WHILTATU AG PA- Wa5hlnkUn O Q Louisville Uy umIor1an Palls Hotsr NOW OPEN e belter than ever iFlsbirtg season In full blast Dally barks to nnd him station- Lots of amusements A mode Summer re ort lIe for cntnloguu nnd further panIc ular OWENS Voit PatkerV rAke Ky iBETWEEN a UISYILLE andCHICALIQ BEST LINE TOt a liforniaAND THE ST NORTIIWI3STI o trains dally except Sunday to LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS a UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO tiding and Parlor Cars Drawing Room Sleepers K If IJtCON J V A t t r rt I t The government weather bnren baa collected tho statistics of death nnl1 pby lightning In 8 country lur Lightning Jug ISOl Tile to talI 503 the largest number ever yet officially reported A large per centagc of the fatalities occurred in August a total of 133 though in CT cry month they nre reported Penn- sylvanIa lends with 50 Illinois coming next with 41 other states showing the following figures Ohio 34 Indiana 28 Minnesota 21 New York 28 Michigan 21 Massachusetts 11 Curiously enough the southern stntc Forldaliyingiuiy 1IfIgl1t Not one qf tile Pacific const figures in the tables Some 45 per cent of the fatalities occurred in the open 34 per cent in nouses 11 per cent under trees and 0 per cent reportIn1 these Important sUggestionsIPer sons in a house during a thunder storm should1 avoid chimneys nnd open windows The middle of the room k probably the safest part In the open persons should never seek the shelter of trees Wire fences and live stock should oe avoided If on horseback it would be well to ills mount and wait until the storm passes A unique example of a henpecked husband was brought to light by n dlqUlervorce for Divorce distrIct cojft of Kansas City Kan n few days ago Leonard W Hblmburg Is the plaintiff and his allegation stripped of nil verbiage says the Kansis City JbWl nal is that his wife to whom he was married In Denver in 1SS7 refused to talk despite the comic paper idea of the fair sex to the contrary Her silence which Mr Uolmburg alleges has been almost without interruption since a few mouths after the nlar riage ha9 nad the effect of undermin ing his lieaUh The plaintiff tlc ularlzcs as to his illness Jtpcause his wife would not talk he was aflllctcd with Insomnia Many complaints have come to the local courts that wives Insisted on talking when their hus bands wanted to sleep and thus robbed sleep but It has not before beenit t1ia 1 SbanJ lId no1 retbecaiojj tiliwlfes silence rlJrt sno t rerChnrgeS to support the incompatibility of temper ex cept the silence which was prompted by sullcnness Absolute divorce is asked New Vorlciclty has a large colony of deaf mutes who nreiift cut off fronl the uuaijaiiuisemcnts of life because of their affliction A theatr cal manager was surprised last week bjr requests for 20 seats for a theater party which was to be made up entirely of deaf mutes The play 0II1i UT TfiieI drama and any person with good eye sight nIght readily follow its plot from the action on the stage without 1learlng a word eprha7iEpiscopal sued because it Is not sufficiently hljjh oUurch A certain person left money to the church with the prey slon that the services should come up- to a certain standard of churchman ship The minister has failed it is claimed to get as much ritualism into the service and the responses of his flocks as tho money calls for Mrs Theresa Lynch known in New York city and the east generally as the queen of diamonds was In court the- other day says an exchange of that city and it then became known that for 45 years she has not exchanged a word with her husband Mrs Lynch is InIsire by trading in the gems dn1ilugoto Animals a man was tubjectep ton fine of 100 for docking a horse This will meet with the approval of all humane persons It is reported tlattbe iramenseor chards in Platte county Mowhch usually yield enormous crops of apples will not produce qJn fourth of a crop teanhiertvqrmtrees J II Ploda fjivUs mjnlster at Vafhlpgjton gave a pmillc lestorrin de mocracy the hevhedstoppedh- is currlnge togct ftme roda water and brought out a glass of the beverage to the coachman on the box An Ohio man wants to sell tIle treas ury department a mouse nest for 100 lie says he had that amount in bills In a bureau tvrrand tlid4the mic- eappropritetlit4n bits toibulld a home j In which o rear their amiyL i A Pennsylvania woman has left 10 000 for tile benefit of a horse and a dog One good thing about leaving money in Jhis way is that the beneficiaries are not likely to get drunk and quarrel over the division of It The Medical Ilecpr places the avey age income piIt physician Inlarge American cities at 2000 in the smaller towns at 1500 and In the rural dis tricts at lTOO STORY OF A SLAVE 1i lloInd hand ant foot fur ygre 11 lte ilayrryOeor1w such a slave WII mailc free He fajft Sly wire ha been tn bilplr for five seal that sho uuM tot nrn ovr In LisI alone Alter mlnR two ixjlfn of metric Illllfrt Hie wooJrfully Ini litin rt and aliln d her own work This lu Ire rrnifHlr lr lemale lIeatea qulAly rur Jrrout ti 1i1ene lurlaoeliolir aoIbfl- nackxlio talntlng nd illzxr iwll Tlili mlra tile working mulleins II a goilMnd WOk ilcklr un own IIle 1llIelusrnl I Soil hr rainy Iruullt I Atlanta has reduced circus Henna rom 81 000 to WOO R day TlnlfrlncIToo Jlnpli Mn Winks see the question of omitting the wov obey from the marriage service Is up again Mrs MinksYes Its perfectly abom Jnable the w y thsy are tinkering at the marriage service Theyll be leav ing out love nnil honor next and bring the beautiful sacrament down to a commonplace civil contract Well I must be going I want to take this bundle to the tailors before his place is shut up It U some of my husbands duds which he told me to mend but I think I see myself Goodby dear N Y Weekly A Trunklma unity 54th explorer1 lately returned from his travels was relating his Adventures I peered said he into the thicket and there before me lay a trunklcss body Nonsense remarked an interfering critic who ever heard of a trunklcss body My friend replied the tray eler quietly the body was that of an elephant lie then resumed his story London GlobeIAn Olijrct of CntiRlilrrntlnn Yasslr sold Ernsttis PInklcywhen I made my appearance in dnt conven tion I was de object of mO attention don anybody else in de place Dey riz up in dar seats when saw camln down de aisle moj speechl of ice ter an a Star Her CumpnrUon Mrs Meeks Im afraid that young man who Is courting our daughter doesnt amount to much Mr Meeks Wliy do you think that my dear Meeks I really dont know Irsunless its because he reminds me so much of you Chicago Daily News I110net Sienna Wouldnt Do how is tile restoration fund going on Mrs Lc gate The Rectors Wife Iin sorry to say its going on most unsatisfactorily Weve tried every conceivable means of getting the money honestly nnd failed and now the rector says we must try what a bazar will doPunch IIIlahlr Hccommf ruled Patent Medicine Proprietor Heres a recommend for cur medicine from a life insurance president 1Junior Partner Good What does Proprietor Soys fewer of his policyholders die from taking our medicine tHan any other Judge ToauctIwonderssatdMiss Miami Br9cn der callsde folks dat 111 room hotel uesseJ7 tli r Ilndlsreckons said Mr Erastuj Pink dat WI caus4eindIordO k l8t em on guesses how much money dey hab an den puts it in de bill Washington Star Hardly to Up Exprctcd I Mrs McGorry was killed by bein blown two hbondred feet qlfeItolme to make provisions for ta1dnem- t wlcl hlmJudgeEseli There And so alas she died and when Shed parted the pearly rate She asked a slsterancel there vSay are my wings on trolghtr Cleveland Plain Dealer FKLT LIKE IT The VictimThey call you a Knight of the Itazor I believe I The Karber Ycsslrt The Victim I didnt know but what jou were The Man with the libel X Y Journal heard In the Ofllec Do all your employes drop tools the instant the whistle blows fminot all of them The more or derly ones have their topis put away before that tlmeIItllIts 4 Ills ltelUIC Heiress Xo I can newer be yours r Suftor in desperation iTben remain engaged to me for one week I beg of you ko that I bl tfp ray credit a ilttleN YWorliJ Not Like OlhrrtMcn JohnJs so abcnmlnded Is he Yes whenever I give him a letter ItCblcagoHecord1tClrntllinlc AuntI have my tlrarmIomnJIym- acte you my heir f epbewMy deire auntt 6h ivhnt a flne funeral you sjipjl hqve to pay for thIBIXY World A lit- 3agrayDidnti have ngQcnl lime- at that talCditlner thenticr ilhtrh greatest trmerl ever had wiyTlteanirenjeniber a tbf that happened JJrbolt yn Ilfec ig1 i y A SeHon Char Xodd Is GilpTns really henpecked TodtlI fboiild pa yso Why he goes to church with his wife terTown TplcsIlocal ippllratlnni it they cannot reach hip diseased pon Ion of the ear There li onlOUft way locumleafnuK andlliat liliy rontlliiloiiM rnielIe l alnru UTaunrif liy an InBumed dlllnn of lie niiiooOt lining of the KniUchliu Tuba When itili tut li Inflamed jou PlaTe a rniubllag souni or luip rfw1 hearing and when It titnllrelr elorrd UejCnrM tliimulland linlen the Infliiiiua Ion can Im taken out and IhU tub ntlort1 to lip normal condition hearing will rollIIof Urafurwi iaiifMl hjr catarrh that cannot ho cured by halls Citarth Curs tend for circular IreI11111111111 ate rtir la BAD COMPLEXIONS i Dry Thin and Falling Hair and Red Rough Hands Prevented by CUTICURA SOAP MILLIONS use tfin TIU MOAt exclusively for preserving purifying and beautifying the skill for cleuiisiii the scnlp of crusts scales ami dandruff nwl tho stopping of falling hair for softening whit un lug and soothing ted rough nUll sore hands in the form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations lull dialings or too free or offensive perspiration in the form of washes for ulcorntlvo weak nosscB and for many eanativo antiseptic purposes wliloli readily slug gcsl themselves to women and especially to mothers and for all tbo purposes of thd toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion elm inducethoso who have ono used It to use any other especially for prcsorvingand purifying the skin scalp and hair of infants Iud olilU dron CUTICURA SOl combines delicate emollient properties derived from Crncuiu tho great skin cure with tho purost of cleansing ingre dients and the most refreshing of flower odors No other mtiUattoil SOUl over compounded is to bo compared with it for preserving purl tying nIl beautifying tho skin scalp hair and hands No other for eign or domestic toilet soap however expensive is to be compared with it for all tho purposes of the toilet bath anti nursery Thus it com blues in OM SOAI at ONK IHICE viz TVKNTVHVK CKXTH the InUIT skin and complexion soap IIEST toilet and mST baby SOl in the world Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor Conthtlng of CUTICUIU SOAr to cleanse tt r and scalp of emit and sealuI taftro the thickened cuticle CtrriciRl Ointment to In i taut j silly ItcMo sit IrrlMlleo sod teolh and heal and Curirtm UMOLVIMT to cool and drones lhe Wixxl Trie Till SaT fl or SOAP 2IC OINTSENT tOe Me Sold ihitttiubout tU world rotrsn Unco CuEXConr oerivr l tODVSA UowtoUvBlk utllpl llalUlr iidllu dtMft Stanford Female CollegeN- ext Session will open September 3 1900 J MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres ieYoud Know Y That we 1iitii Every Tillnstlfrom n VisitlnK to a Circus Iostcr bill yOU Ib DontK now J Blow good anti cheap we dp it unlMB youve eten our umplefc nml Kntiuii our jii ces JIYitejor nillfOllf selling Miort on tliUiuutt rEC WALTON Stanford L h lIN 8 Sum ner Excursions I l If The Queen Crescent 8- i Route forms close conleaUQr at CZncntiwIttr the rrrit trzl- B1ePCnnayinnit Unc G R L Big4Rn1lte Ct U antI Erie railways Handling through trtmc expeditiouslyJ jj to nil summer resorts of the North n u Speciaf Low Excursion Rates g Are now in effect daily from alt points South over the Queen g Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand U PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac 5andpit other summer resting places on IslandsI U Lake and A New Ticket to Mackinac You can bur a ticket to Mackinac now at cxrnrslon rates that will take iyou to Chicaco thence by the palatial tteamor Mltl to Markinnc re U turr ln j via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C II S D Ry to CincJonrtl or the reverse A timer surnrivr trip vis never The futnoufc resorts of the South are also open ofitredl2sonat Roth Castle SpngsKy 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