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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftk f VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 20 1900 9A M NO7 40 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES S A Nowell of Puhvikl county Is dangerously III A dispatch sayB that although LBn caster le a local option town there Bro 30 government licensee beld therer The local court at Danylllo decide not to build an armory A room over Chrlsraans grocery will bo rented Lewis Trlplott of Adair lost two children In as many days One died of urcralc potion tho other of coniumi tlon Inttcad of hanging John Gowan for betraying his own daughter the Adal county authorities tent him to the pun atlo asylum AdUpatch from Plncvlllo aye tbat a pone pursuing Tod Fisher accuse of murdering tiUorllT Jarrott killed him when ho attempted to shoot Tho father of E K Wilson Is seek Ing a pardon for hU lion sentenced for five years for the killing of Miss Mar Ooyd by criminal abortion at London The miners of tho Jolllco coal distrlc have asked for a conference with tbo mine operators July 25 They will as for Increased wages and twice a montl paydays The AdaIr News says that T II Stults had a valuablo cow to dlo ani out of sympathy for him tho democrat made him a delegate to the Lexington convention Now pou nicos have been established at Abington Laurel county with Flora Probts pottmasion and at Mo Crackon Rockcastlo county with I It McCraoken In charge While Mart Mafslngalo of Wayne was cutting oats he took sholtor rom a shower under a tree Llghtnlnc struck the tree splitting a slab whlol struck and kilted him Instantly Near Jamestown Marcus Harmon a 15 year old boy wont to tbo floli whore his father Sidney Harmon war at work and shot hIm The shootlnj J Is said to have been without cause Eugene Trlplott and Miss Nannli Trtplott ton and daughter of Lewli Triplett of Columbia died within two days of each other the former of uro role poison and the latter of CODSUUP tlon Nloholasvlllo Is to have a street lair on Aug 2U and 3d Among tho nltrac tlnns are a balloon ascension a wire rope walking wirerope bloyclo riding baiaball climbing the greased pole catching greased pic etc John nod Arch Woods brothers wore tried before Judgu Million al Richmond ou a charge of detaining Dorcas Hopper against her will The former was dismissed but the latter was hold over to await the action ol tho September torn of the grand Jury under heavy bond Derry Howard who la charged with being an accessory to the assassination of Gov Gocbol Is In tbo mountains of hell county surrounded by 10 or 20 of his friends who are armed to the teeths He wrote to Mr U C Ford of Middles bow saying I will never submit to arrest unless I am promised that r maybe released on bond 1 cannot stand the Jill being used to the free moun lain air I am afraid the confinemont In jail will be bad on my health in another part of tbo letter Howard says it Is hlsdcslro to do the right thing hence his offer to submit to arrest He says he can give 200000 bond If nec essary HORRIBLE This foaful story comes from China Ineffectual attempt have been made to conceal tho horrible facts that Ad mural Seymour was compelled to shoot his own wounded during the rocin disastrous retreat of the Pekln relief expedition All tli6 wounded and prisoners who fall into the hands of the Chinese were frightfully tortured Tho bodies had been out Into pieced First the eyes had been hacked out than the cheeks arras and legs out oil until death endod the suffering of the poor fellows When Admiral Seymour in his rciraatfound himself to hard pie cd that he was udulilo to longer entry his wounded with him ho asked them Which do you prefer to be Ml to the mercy of the Chinese or be shot by your own comrades We pfofer death to torture shout us now that we may din like men was the piteous re imnse of the holploe men A firing gqimd was told lIT and while tho little allied force stoppud and bent off with gun tire the Chinese horde that BUt roundod it Inside its lines an act of mercy was performed as the firing quad carried out its orders A ow merciful volleys from the rifles In the hands of frlomJa and the huraaaed ex peflltlon was relieved of Its burden ol wounded tho fanatical Chtncao horde was cheated of victims for Its torture and tho sufferings and fears of the un fortunate woro brought to an end In an honorable death under their own Hag Our esteemed contemporaries con Untie to ask In bold blank face Is it right for an editor to recommend a patent mollclno Tho answer depends largely upon the rato per line At five cents ho might casually refer to a pat ent medicine At 10 cents ho should be able to throw considerable enthus iasm luto the matter But at S3 cents we eeo no reason why he should not really tko a dose three times a day and throw vvl lo open the bowels of his cotnpakslori Cynthlaoa Democrat rF KINGSVILLE Elmer Padgett Is very low with ty- Phoid fever Dr J W Acton Is the attending physician Mr Doggett o Uarrodsburg was tbo guest of his rel atlve Mrs B C Pennybucker a few days this week Dr C M Thompson says that a great deal of the sickness that Is prevalent hero just now is caused from eating tbo apparently ripe tho really unripe blackberries o tbo core IB not thor oughly ripe In about a week tho doctor says they will be healthy Those Interested have been meeting at tbo Christian church to make ar1 reIunIontho same place tho W L McCarty faunas last year and about the same date early In September Mr W L McCarty ns before Is tho promoter of tho enterprise Your correspondent sometimes has the misfortune to be a listener to some republicans political argument and feels just like writing a letter for the iNTKltlOlt JOUItNAL all about politics but will leave that for older and wiser democratic pens and confine this little pot to tho society gossip and other Im portant matters Miss Gertie Leach has returned from a pleasant visit to her aunt In Lexing ton Born to tho wife of Jas Goodo Trusty a boy Manfred Chovalctto has returned from Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Jesso Hukcl and baby of Lexington are tbo guests of Mrs IIu kcle sister Mrs Jas McCarty Mlsi Mlnnlo Leach of Lexington Is visiting clatlvcs hero Postmaster J L Johnson Is In Louisville Arnold Borglura traveling P A for the Union Pacific was here to see J L Johnson on busi ness Claude Pennybaokcr Is still on the sick list with little Improvement E MC IS IT ItlOIITf- fen AN UpnOIi TO BHC051MEND 1ATKfT ataulctxust FromSylvnn Valley News lirovartl X CIt may ben4Ufitlon whether the edi tot of a newspaper has the right to pub licly recommend anyof the various proprietary medicines which Hood the market yet as a preventive of sufloring we feel It a duty to say a good word for uhamberlalns Colic Cholera and flat rhoOA Remedy We have known and used this medicine In our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In many mees a dote of this remedy would save hours of suffering while 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 were kept on hand and administered at the inception of an attack much suffering might bo avoided sod in very many cue the presence of a physician would not be required At least this hai been our experience during the part twenty years Fur sale by Craig A locker Druggists Central Holiness camp meeting wn1 more July 23rd to Aug dILow rates to Y P C V meeting July 25th to IlOlhl at Denver Elegant train service Fast sjbcdules Close connections nigh Bridge Camp Mooting Low rate Sunday excursions July 22 and SO Great program Music and preaching Dont full to go Per particulate set small bUt Ono fare for tbe round trip to Atlanta Go Atlanta battlefield reunion Ju ly 1S20 1800 Annual convention Y P C U UnljottwlUt church July Il- lS IttOO See your ticket agent for par tloulura Populist rally had State convention Louisville July 31st Low rates of Is fare will be made from nil points In Kentucky via Queen A Crescent route for this occasion July list end on ihu morning iraloe of Aug 1 Good until Aug 2d returning Ask ngent for further purtloulursi FOR THE G015BKL MONUMENT TWO GALLANT SOLD1KRS CONTKIHUT M 1LAIIJunu10We cannot trot so far away that we can not see the iNTEiuoit JOURNAL which Aa more welcome bore than in America Tho disgraceful assassination of Gov Goe bel makes us desirous of contributing to a monument for the beloved gover nor of Kentucky so wo send 31 each for that purpose It delights us to see that Gov Beckham Is In the executive of fee and hercis hoping that tho true principles of democracy will ever have free course in our beloved State of Kentucky WO TUTTLE W M TOMES Co L 37lb U S Volunteers YOIOAIIIO EHUBTIOIIS AtegroodbutSkin Krupllani rob llfu of Joy UucUtni cures them dm 011 Him Conu1WutInnd Chilblains lINt Jlla our on earth UrlTeaoiit Pains und Aches Oolr Me a box Cure guaranteed told by IVnny Drug tat Yr r NEWSY NOTES China has declared war against Itu lila James Crow was shot by an unknow person near Paris and may dlo Twelve persons are known to bave perished In tho cloud burst In Coleman Valley Texas A 12yearold by hold up and robber Jackson Ireland aged 40 of 839 atI Marion Ind Dun Haynes 18 years old is In jail ut Murray for killing Kenneth ParrIsh a boy of about the same ago Near Delphi Ind Henry Napier struck his father with a stone fatal Injuring him and then committed lul cUte A safeblower was torn to pieces by an explosion while ho was robbing store at Naylor Ga Tno building wa destroyed Lat Hill tbo detective was shot In tho head at Lagrango by a Negro whll hunting a burglar Four suspects oro under arrest and there is tnuoh oxiltc went Caroline E Kovcs of Mlnnesotowh claimed to be a delegate to the World Christian Endeavor convention pleaded guilty a London to tho charge of stealing valuables from hotel guests Glasgow suffered another dlsastrou tire which broko out oln Cartwrlgh Bros sloro on Public Square and do strayed the centre block on Main from Rico to Liberty causing a loss of 35000Tho presence of mind of the C it O brakrman who saved a young woman life In Covlngton by striking her fron In front of an engine on which ho vas riding deserves recognition from thi companyIn at Hawesvlllo between Allen and Frank Pulliam brothers on one side and Jack Hascon on the other Hasson was shot and killed and Allen Pulliam was so badly wounded that hi died three hours after tbo shooting There wore iOpoostratlonefrom heat In New York Wednesday many prOVo Ing fatal More than half tho fulalillei wore among bablos and little children and there now about 40 bodies of the little ones lying at tbo morgue at Bellevuo Terry McGovorn decisively whippet Frank Erne lightweight champion of the world at Madison Square Garden few York in three rounds It was a terrific battlu but Erno was beacon down as were all the prominent tight ors In tto bantam and featherweight classes a A session of tho Cabinet was held upon the return to Washington of the president when ll was decided that an extra Bcstlon of Congress Is not deemed necessary but the president will not hesitate should affairs toke a worse turn It Is said that If it proves true that Minister Conger was murdered an extra session is almost Inevitable Between 10000 and 12000 additional troops can bo spared from tbo United States and Cuba but none from the Philippines The allies were repulsed in an at tack on Pekln and with heavy losses The American ninth infantry alono had i5 per cent of its men hit and among the killed is Col Emerson Llscum Its commander All nationalitIes Buffered heavily In officers and men The allied torccc took the walled city of Tien Tsin after heavy fighting and great loss In the attack the allied loss was 733 ol which 21S were Americans and all save 10 In tho ninth Infantry which lost Us olopel two majors three captains and Four lieutenants While the antiforeign movement Is spreading so rapidly In China that the umpire seems likely soon to be at war with the rest of iho world the hlpleeu nose of tho Powers is Increased by jealousy and dissensions PrInce Tuan Is said to have raised nearly a million men against the foreigners and part of ihlS force has boon sent against the Itusstans in Manohurla Russia will not recognize a Japanese or British Bornraander On account of the atti tude of Germany and Russia Japan hesitates about forwarding troops Excursion to Wisconsin Very low rates to summer resorts Tho Monon route will sell tickets from Louisville to iwlnte in Wisconsin and return at nearly onehalf the usual excursion rate ou Thursday July 2flth good returning 16 days as follows Waukesha 81 1 Oc noinowoc 811 Lako Geneva 31075 olevan Lake 81076 Luke Beuluh 111 Green Lake 812 Madison 12 Elkhnrt Lake 812 Nconah 812 KII bourn City 612 Green Bay 1270 TraIns will leave Louisville 730 A ind 820 M Full particulars of E U Bacon d P A Louisville Ky Wo Intro sold many different cough remedies but none has given bettor satin action than Chamberlains says Mr Jharlcs Uolzhauer Druggist JNewark N J It Is perfectly safe anti can be relied upon In all cases of coughs colds hoarseness Sold by Craig k Hockeorr rufglsts The C C O railway further add cd to Ita splendid aervlco by putting on dining car between Morehead and hclbyvlllo serving meals a la carte The adjutant general reports that ho U S has 100331 mlllllamcii and If jccesaary can call out 10343152 men for service i MT VERNON Rockcastlo Instructed for Blac without a dissenting voice The trustee of the jury fund has rc celved money to pay jurors for last two terms of court A party of six will leave hero Frlda for Mallory Springs wbero they wltl remain a week or more Tho Ml Vernon public school will open July 30th with S N Davis and Miss Emma Pennlngton teachers There were a number from this place and other points of the county who aro In attendance at the LexIngton conven lion Mrs William Payne very low lit Livingston Clarenco Ferguson wb was a student at the depot last wInter and stopped to make a crop for ble mother has laid II by and resumed work at tbo depot ClUrcnce is a goon boy and deserves encouragement Mrs Ware who died at Eubanks Tnesday was a sister of Mrs Dr Davis of tbl place The visit of Misses Rhodi Lunsford and Nancy Vandeveer of your place was greatly enjoyed by rot atlycs hero this week C C William Is In Cincinnati Mrs Elizabeth Law rence was In from Level Green Dr W A Browb was hero from Parks vllle Mrs Elizabeth Waldcn mother of John Riddle of Walnut Grove And Mrs James Owens Brodhcad Is gradually losing her mind Mrs Frankly Gentry Is dangerously ill App Tay lor who worked on section hero lame years is now fireman on Livingston sec tlon Mrs WT Short and Mrs P D Colyor attended the Louisville republican convention Mrs Dr Wes ley of Mlddleburg Is visiting rclatlvei here W F McClary and wife wit leave shortly for St Louis where Mr Mc will enter business college Mlsi Mamie Jones opened school at Long ford Station Monday Mrs Lucllli Spilman of Logana was visiting her parents hero Miss Fannie McCluro Is III Mrs Roy Bctburum will return from Mtddlcsboro on the 20lb F W Dlllton of Crab Orchard Is reported much worse Mrs Harrison Branna man of Wtldlo te critically ill MATRIMONIAL- Miss Dora Edwards and Ell Owen were married at London No man proposes to remain single When ho proposes ho expects to gel Upthcgrovc aged 23and Miss Cynthia King both of Casey were married In Danville John Alkln a widower of 40 and Miss Lula Davis aweet 10 wore marrl ed at Sunbrlght Tenn Col Morrie B Belknap of Louisville and Mlea Marion S Dumont ol Plalnflold N J were married there apd sailed for Europe Sewat P Ford of Richmond Va las again brought suit for divorce from his wife Lola Small Ford daughter of Rev Sam Small the evangelist and editor Ho married her after she bad been divorced from a man named Jackson In Tennessee The couplo did not live together long As soon as they separated Ford sued for a divorce Tho reply of the wife which Is said to have been written by her father is very racy document charging Ford vlth being tho most cruel husband that ever lived Low rates West Railroad bargain lays via the Monon mute Tlcketa will be sold by the Monon routo from Lou svlllo Ky to points in Arizona Drlt Ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne iraaka New Mexico North Dakota regon South Dakota Utah Wash ngton Northern Wisconsin and W y iralng at one ilruiclasa fare plus I2 for tbo roundtrip on June 10th July 317 flog 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 2 JU Nov 0 20 and Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties und tour lets will bo furnished with schedules and further Information by addressing E H Bacon District Passenger Agent ilonon Route Louisville Ky EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COM FORT VAOn Tuesday July 2lth the Chesapeake t dhlo Railway wll run n low rate excursion from Lexington to- Old Point Comfort and the Seashore for which roundtrip tickets will bEl sold al 813 godd 15 days Stopover will be allowed on return trill Through sleepers will leave Lexington on the evening train for Old Point without obango For full particulars and sleep ng car reservations write or call on your ticket agent or to Gee W Barney Dlv Pass Act Lexington Ky Cf 0 Excuitsiox TO ATLANTIC ZTlOa Thursday August 10 tho hcsapcaka S Ohio will run an excur Ion to Atlantic City Tickets 814 for round trip good going on eIther morn ng or night train Writ for imrtlc liars G W Barney D P A BISMARKS mOll NERVE Was the result of hi t lea llj liraltli Icilauil able will and tremendous rncrgy are not found rhere Hlamach Llrvr Kidney aDJ Rowels are utofortler If want h1 quallllc and the ticcna they bring Dr King New Lire fills boy iloTeloi every paver of train and body Ouly 21u at rennyn Drug Store A woman Is In jull In Omaha for kiss ng a wan on the street without his emission Tbero must be another woman in this case as no manly man would raise an objection to such a pro cedura LANCASTER Mr James Totten sold 10 Champlo mowers hole last week Marshal James Pierce has 24 warrants against colored people for the sale of whisky Capt Louis Landram and Prof Pas tlo went to Danville to take high degrees in Masonry Senator FarrIs brought me an Iris potato weighing It pounds which hi says grew In his garden R G Word has moved Into his new residence on Richmond street and it Is one of the beet bouses In tho city Fire broko out on the roof of Dr Ton Hoods residence on Monday but tho flames were checked before much dam age was done The Central Kentucky Medical As- socIation meets hero today Thursday and many of the profession are expect cd to bo present Mr W O Dunlap wrote hIs mother Mrs B F Walter an Interesting let ter from Alaska on Birch bark out of which Indians build their canoes On Tuesday Mr James Cooley fell 30 feet from a scaffold at Ed Minors mills and was severely shocked Dr Wesley who was called cannot now tell the extent of Injury Prof J H Patterson has returned from a tour through tbo South Hi says ho saw the spot where I stood at Fort Sumter In 1801 when I Blgnallec Beaurcgard to fire the first sbol Rev T II Campbell of Washington City IB hero to join his wife and meet hIs old friends Mr and Mca James Y Curry of New York are here with hit father and mother Mr and Mrs Tbeo Curry Mr J R Mount of LaGrange is expected hero on Saturday At midnight on Monday James Clark beard his dogs barking near a tree whore his young turkeys roost and on examination he found a hall grown turkey fluttering about under the tree Ho took It by the wing and started to the bouse with U thinking it was heavier than it should be and on examination bo found a large spot ted snake five feet long coiled around it several times Ho killed the snake and the turkey died Ho has missed them before and ho Is now satisfied that the snake killed and dragged then saaltbntthe Imagination As chairman of tbo county committee Senator Farris called the convention to order on Monday Mr S N Sted man of Brynntsvillc was elected chair man and Tom Wherrltl secretary Tbe chair appointed G T Farris R H Tomlinson I M Dunn T C Gulley and Arch Walker a committee on res olutions who reported In favor of en dorsing the Kansas City platform and tbo candidates named for president and vice president Tho committee was divided on the question of Instructing for a candidate for governor and In place of bringing in a minority report the question was left to bo brought up by the convention The following del egates were sent to Lexington uninstructed G T FarrIs J T Hays I M Dunn T C Gulley Ed Walker and Wm Baugnman alternates G B Swlnebroad R H Tomlinson J S Dunn M D Hughes W L Lawson J E Robinson A substitute to the report of the committee war offered by IT Hays favoring Instructions for Black which was supported by G B Swlnobroad and others and opposed by L M Dunn and several delegates On n call of precIncts the substitute was lost the vote being 11 for and 12 igulnst Instructions when It would have been 14 for and 0 against If three lelegalea bad not Ignored ihelr Instruc tions As I predicted In my last letter ho precincts gave a majority for Black instructions Of course the three del jgatos had a right in one sense to bolt their Instructions but they and ill who advised it are accountable to the people Such conduct Is always bjeotionablo especially In the party ranks ana such proceedings are in a troat measure the cause of the disor ganized condition of our party today No excuse can be accepted for snob proceedings Blacks friends submit ted without bolting the convention when they bad a majority of thenstructed votes of tbe county thC vote really being 14 to 0 In favor of Black PREVENTED A TRAGEDY iIengivenMr U Io g III Sew StralUfllle Ohio a druidnil tng hatlllUDIiwnjr grew ronw until urged to try Dr Ktryta New Dkeorery- ao bottle wholly cured her lIhe writes this narrelotuuitdlolaa also cured Mr Uoog at a tt rare aUack or 1neumonU Such cure ere uwt ire proof of lute matebleta merit ol this grauil remedy for curing all throat clittt and lung iron des Only We and II Every bottle guaranteed trial bottle free at 1ennya lung Store ExcunsiON Tunouoii CANADA TO- 1AQAItA FALLS The C H S D Ry vlll run a popular excursion to Niagara falls by way of Detroit and the Michi an Central through Canada Tickets on sale Aug Oib return limit Aug 20th Price for tho round ti1p from CIncInnati will be 87 correspondingly ow rates from all points Apply to Ci I d D Ry agents for leaflet giving ull Information An experienced agent will accompany the train to look Ifter the comfort of passengers If you ako this trip you can Bay you have cell the greatest physical wonder of our earth 6 r6 BaGKii At the Old Stand Drop in see our New StoreRoom and Get Bargains tI- T PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman et Co- Trusses I fF Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hoeker Stanford es A C SINECONTRACTOR dl BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY close estimates on work and 3guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work 2 manship and material as will be attest 2 ed by any one of the many parties forl I I yearsthati I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc J I will duplicate any prices offered s a 1 You KnowIi That we Print IjCircusr Dont Know How good and cheap we do it unless youve seen our samples and gotten our pri J ces Write or call if youre j getting short on stationer E C WALTON Stanford GlothiDg And Hats- At Cose To Close Out Now Is Your Chance t To Get Dar olus In The AboVta Ll- ueeGeo H Harris G Co PENNYS DSUG STORE r Drugs Books i r Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No2 Stanford Ky r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY JULY 20 1900 W1 WALTON tiDE1yOCRigT1C TICKET For Prttuttnl WILLIAM JENNINGS XRYAX 0f Xtbraika Fur ike PrwWoi ADLAI E STJSVEXSOX OJ llinoi For Congrett GEORGE O GILBERT Of Shelby THE convention of officeholders and officeseekers nominated John W Ycr kes byncclamation at Loulsvlllo Tues daywhen ho made a long speech accept fag the nomination and prating much boutclvllllborty Though It was a good time to answer the questions we recent ly propounded to him he neglected the opportunity thereby giving further ground for the belief that if peradventure he should be elected ho will par don Taylor and tbo whole kit of assas t sins John Marshall was temporary and Judge T Z Morrow permanent chairman of the convention Gov Bradley made the speech nominating Yerkca and It was all over but the shouting which was perfunctory acd for effect The platform states how re publican official elected to once were deprived of them and personal liberty invaded that self government Is the oaly tolerable government that the Goebel law must be abolished or repub- licanV institutions must be surrendered f and to this end all friends of civil liberty and social order are Invited tc unite with the republicans Taylor and his coofficials are congratulated for the effort to retain their offices toy assassination presumably and trying to prevent the State from having at officers men defeated at the polls The National ticket is endorsed and Indlg nation expressed at the inhuman mas sacra of our fellowcitizens la and the administration urged to every effort to protect the lives an property of American citizens now such imminent peril No direct refer ence was made to the Inhuman massa cre of Gov Goebel however nor any demand made for the punishment of those who encompassed his murder In nominating Mr Yerkes the republicans have put forward their very best man one of the very few of their num- berj who can pass muster in the best of crowds for he Is handsome educated polished and attractive Apparently be stands bead and shoulders above the members of his party but a stream can rise no higher than Us source and we regret to say that In every prlncl pie or the lack of it Mr Yerkes is no better than his disreputable partyv which has endorsed assassination and rondo heroes of assassins Mr Yerkes1 shoulders are broad and his well knit frame capable of carrying a pretty heavy weight but we opine that he vwlll succumb to the handicap that Tay lors infamous acts have placed upon him and that bo will go down forever with the party which has disgraced the lawlessaness a Every man deeply deplores the foul murder of Senator Goebel and all unite in the hope that the assassin and all other If any parties to this crime may be brought to speedy punish meet hypocritically chanted Yerkes In his Louisville speech and then he went on to condemn the attempt to find i out the assassin and to slur at tbe courts by hoping that the good day will soon come when court officials an- dw grand juries will not be deemed and used as poll likeagfwhich sounds very much i Bertlon that the foul murder is deployed Is false and rung in for the purpose of making a chance to show the real animus ONE W S Taylor a fugitive from justice In hiding In Indiana might i emulate the example of Charles Carter who murdered hIs mistress In Louis yule and fled to that haven of criminals prepared by Gov Mount The other day Carter walked into the police court Louisville and surrendered saying that be grow lonesome and homesick and couldnt stand to remain awayfrom his old Kentucky home any longer i Gov BllADLEYS speech before the Louisville convention called by courtesy tbe one nominating Yerkes was in reality a regular stump speech full df bitterness and fiercer than any de livered The governor Is for revolution IIbe gad sir but ho should look a leedlo out and see In what a scrape some other leaders of his party t got themselves Into by revolutlng ON the 17th of July 38 years ago at Georgetown Gen Morgan mustered us Into the Confederate cavalry and gave authority to raise a company for his regiment says Col Brecklnridgo in the Lexington Herald who has gone back on brother friends and associates to pig with republicans under the log cabin V THE report of tbe republican con ventlon at Louisville eays tbat Mrs WI S Taylor occuped one of the boxes But her husband whore oh where was j be Keeping his vile carcass out of the way of Kentucky officers knowing full ell that it will swing by a halter if ho- I fever brought to justice tie stated that Gov Bradley de HM to make the race for congress in U district which is pretty condu ce evidence that hoothlnks no repub oaa win In it this year IT Is so easy for people to forget that we wish to keep their memories re freshed with regard to the outrages perpetrated by Taylor and the horde of assassins brought by his order to Frankfort That there was a conspir acv to murder Gov Goebel no honest man can deny Ho was murderedas sassinated from an office in the exec utive bulldldg of which Taylor and his crowd had charge In less time than it takes to tell It soldiers were thrown around tbat building and the assassin and his accomplices protected from ar belalllILondon and chased over tho streets of Prankforta when the democratic mom bers sought to meet and transact the business for which they were elected tie court of appeals was Intimidated Into taking a recess and tho circuit court forced by tho presence of troops to grant tho assassin suspects a change of venue to Georgetown when a fair trial could have been had in Frankfort Taylor suspended the writ of habeas corpus and violated every law that his lawless spirit could conceive He par doned assassination suspects and provided them with military escorts In decidingragainst Ibis usurpation a guilty Con science mado him lice from justice and protected by the blackhearted Mount he Is kept from receiving hIs deserts This in brief Is a true history of tbe reign of terror inaugurated by Taylor and approved by Yerkes and his party No democrat no honest voter can approve of such aetsrbe blood of the martyred Goebel calls aloud for atone wont Let it be atoned not only In the execution of the assassins but In the complete overthrow of tbo party of ignorance and venality of assassination and usurpation BEN V SMITH ESQ oneof Pulaskle best citizens and a democrat tried and true was nominated by the democratic delegates at Lexington for congress in the lltb district It is Idle to predict Mr Smiths election but he will make it warm for Brer Borelng and reduce his majority to a reasonable size BECKHAM WINS MorningLEXINGTON July 20 8 A fAfter- a night of suspense and unexpected changes Beckham was unanimously nominated for governor at 303 this morning Tarvin delegates were seat ed from Kenton county The platform urges amendments to the Goebel law- LEADER The election of Judge J E Robbins of Graves county for temporary chair man settled the question as to who would be the next governor of Ken tucky and while no nomination was made up to 1020 oclock last night It Is dollars to doughnuts that Gov Beck ham will be the standard bearer The crowd in Lexington Is tbe largest for years and Beckham Is beyond doubt the favorite of those who pre there to name a man to defeat John W Yerkes of Boyle The opposition to Gov Beckbam was easy for that gentleman to overcome as will be seen when It Is told that he had many more than enough votes to elect the temporary chairman and organize the convention There are those who say that tbe party workers did not favor the Nelson couc ty entry but It seems that the people do and that he will be nominated and elected there is little room for doubt In the organization Hon R C Warren of Stanford was selected on the committee of resolutions Owen Cocb ran of Spencer on credentials and George Spear of Anderson organization R G Evans of Boyle was made vice president of the 8th district dele gation Tho speeches of lions Frank Peas of Shelby James B McCreary and others were loudly PW4CBrywas every mention of Hun an and the lamented Gov William Goeol bel cagallon was somewhat knocked out by the failure of lion James D Black to make a good showing but they are In- line for Goy Beckbam or whoever the nominee may be Most ot them arc stopping at the Leland Hotel close to- GO Beckbumfl headquarters Casey sent the following delegates whose average weight is 217 pounds J C Coulter J P Wilkinson W M My ers and Q C Jones Boyle and Garrard had large delegations while Rockcas tie and Madison men were there by the score E C W The uulnatructed Louisville delegation voted solidly for Beckham Jef eerson divided her vote between Deck ham and Black It was all over but tbe shouting when Gov Beckbams friends organized the convention without any dllliculty Judge Robbins was elected temporary chairman by a vote of 020 to 440 for Peak the candidate of the opposition Before the result was announced Peaks name was withdrawn and the nomination mado unanimous POLITICAL The Louisville Dispatch will support Yerkes which will further handicap himR M Jolly was nominated for con gress by the 4th district republicans In convention atElizabethtown P Tecumseh Sherman son of the late Gen W T Sherman has bolted the republican national ticket W Toltn defeated N S Walton In the democratic primary to nominate a candidate for State Senator In the BooncUallatlnOwcn district The 5th Texas Congressional district democratic convention nominated the Hon C B Randall of Sherman to succeed the Hon J W Bailey A few gold democrats In New York mot and decided that a third ticket ad vocating a thorough monetary reform and opposing Imperialism should bo put out Teddy Uoosovelt telegraphed to Yer kes Hearty congratulations It seems to mo that all believers In American Institutions should earnestly hope for your success UI there Mr Yerkesl The Courier Journal says The man who takes up the mantel of Taylor takes with It the burden Ho takes It with the blood of Goobol on it Ho takes It with the record of months of military despotism lIe takes it with all the Incidents of the reign of terror It Is not his personal character that Is In the question repIand boastful representative of the low er walks of life with a sort of shrewd ness and gift of gab that gave him leadership In his party In Kentuckya- party which through being In a hopeless minority for years was simply a machine by which Its manipulators worked for crumbs of Federal patron alto The evidence in the trial at Georgetown makes plain the caliber of Powers Louisville Times THE POWERS TRIAL The Gallows Looming up Before Him GeORGETOWN July IOW H Cut ton continued his testimony today reciting conversations showing that Pow ers realized the lawless character of the enterprise on which he was em barked and tbe danger of being Indict ed for the murder of Goebel Ho said It was Charles Flnleys suggestion that the mob on its arrival should disguise its purpose by announcing that It had como to petition the Legislature While in jail witness was offered 8100 by Powers not to testify and promised him that It he wouldnt go on tbe stand Bradley and other leading republicans would provide for his family Culton waa allowed to stand down after having been In tbe witness box over seven hours He was followed by Silas Jones of Whitley county at ono time under arrest as an accessory to the Goebel murder He told Taylor that bo was not armed and the usurpersald What In the hell are you here for without arms Jones went to Franfort with the mountain army In the trial of Itvcra Tuesday Fin ley Anderson of Batbourvllle told of tbe meeting of conspirators at Bar bourvllle and Caleb Powers admission that the mountain army was going to Frankfort lito kill enough democrats to make a republican majority Powers also said to Anderson Goebel will never be governor and if no ono else kills him I will kill him myself It was also brought out that the private wires of the L tc N railroad were at Powers disposal In mobilizing his ar my of assassins Tbe defense tried to break Anderson down but signally failed Capt Hawn stated that John Powers went to him on January 23 and asked him to take his company of militia in citizens clothes with guns and ammunition The uniforms were to be shipped to Frankfurt but soldiers were not to be allowed to wear them An order was entered by Judge Can1 trill directing Garrett Hlgnltc a young school teacher In Knox county to produce a letter in which Caleb Powers Is alleged to have written I have had a hard tint getting Taylor and others to stead but I have got them to a point where I can hold them and I believe this thing can be ended In a few days Miss Lucy Brock of London testifi ed that Powers visited her at the time the mountain men wero being organiz ed to go to Frankfort and showed ber a roll of money which he said was 31100 He said Taylor had given it to hIm to pay tbe mens expenses and said this was Taylors plan but his was an open declaration of war In answer to the PowcrItion The republican banker ot Barbour vllle John A Black was put on the stand Wednesday by tbe prosecution to tell of the organization of the mountain mob by Powers and FInley with Gov Taylors approval Tile witness related that Powers became very angry because he Black protested against sending the dirty gang to Frankfurt W H Culton was next presented The defense vigorously protested that Culton couldnt testify because he was Indicted as a coconspirator with Power but after an acrimonious argument and an adjournment for lunch the defenses contention was overruled and the witness allowed to proceed He testified to being In a conference with Powers and others In tbe Agricultural building at Frankfort where Powers figured on how many men could be brought to the city They were to be armed Powers said when the men got there they would be given about 30 minutes to settle the contest and if they didnt do it the men were to kill the last damned one of them Taylor furnished the money to bring the men In a conversation with Taylor he said that Powers Is a God dd hot headed fool and wont wait until I am ready During the Van Meter contest Taylor sent DIxon word to have the soldiers ready to come at any moment Homer Davenport the New York Journals great cartoonist attending tbe Georgetown trials SPENT A GOOD FARM DOCTORING Mr A N Noell of Ashorvlllo Kansas says he spent a good farm doctoring him self for chronic diarrhoea but got no relief and was afraid that he must die lie chanced to get hold of a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was permanently cured by It For sale by Craig 4 locker Drug gists Hustonville Fair Aug if 2 3 PREMIUM LIST VIH6T DAY Southdown hunk any ngoM J 5 00 Ewe any 5 00 thick Inmu under I year 5 00 Iwo lamb under 1 year 5 00 Horse coltM 10 00 Mara cOlt 10 00 Mare and colt 10 00 Saddle gelding any age 10 00 Saddle mare any age 1C 00 Suckling colt either sex by lied Leaf season for l001M 25 00 Jack under 2 years 10 00 Jack 2 yours and under 3 10 00 Jack any RIO 10 00 Jennet under 1 year 10 00 Jonnot any ago 10 00 Suckling colt either sex by Gallon 15 00 Colt either sex by Dignity Dare season 20 2nd pro lR h 110 30 00 Draft stallion mare or gelding 10 00 Hoy rider under 15 15 00 Goat or pair of goats driven 5 00 Mare and mule colt either sex 10 00 Mule mare 10 00 Mule colt either ex 10 00 Mare mule colt 10 00 Mule 1 year and under 2M 10 00 Mule 2 years and over 10 00 Mule colt by Balsam Ica onM 10 00 Handsomest boy under 1 year 5 00 Double team speed style itc 40 00 SECOND DAY Dull calf under 1 10 00 Bull calf 1 year and under 10 On Dull 2 years and over 10 00 Bull any age 25 00 Heifer calf under 1 yearJO 00 Heifer 1 year and under 2 10 Helfer 2 years and ovur 10 Cow any age 15 New York saddle maro or gelding 15 Pair marcs or gelding 20 Roadster mare or gehllngM 30 Girl baby under yr from Casey 10 Stallion or gelding 1 r under 2 10 Mare 2 years and under 3 10 Mare 3 years sad under 4 10 Mare 4 years and overM 15 Gelding 4 years and over 15 Stallion or gelding 2 yrs under 3 10 Stallion 3 years and under 4 10 Stallion 4 years and over 20 Saddle italllon mare or gelding160 Roadster mare or gelding any ago 50 Worst Turnout 20 THIRD DAY Stallion mare or gel Pog under 2 10 Mare 2 years and under 3 15 stare 3 years and under 4 10 Mare 4 years and overM 15 Stallion mare or gelding 2 under 3 10 Stallion or gelding 3 under 4 10 Stallion 4 years overM2Sl- alllo any ageM 25 Phaeton Ponv under 15 hands 10 Rockawar mare or gelding 15 Walking Stallion mare or gelding in- Fancy saddle mare or gelding 20 Fancy Turnout 20 Model stallion mare or gelding Mare or gelding nay age 20 Prettiest baby under 2 years 25 Stallion mare or gelding any age 160 W D MOCKER Secretary J P IlAWJtn President VM LANDGRAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to democratic action SOUTHDOWN BUCKS- I have for sale tome pur Southdown Duck and t am prepared o handle one IndIana HH J Iocb it Cooks Spring podofflcv Rowland Ky POSTED- I lierehjr notify the public that my land b put ed and tbell will wrmtt no buntlnr or trtllotog or any kind on it Violators will punkhed- to the full extent of the law M JoELAND 1CKWHISKY lion a contract for FULL CONTROL SALE of Old Mock Whis ky In Ilustonvlllc Kv 0 MOCK Danville Ky FRITH HOTEL F rBAUCISO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Best Hotel In the uiounulni rates conilderod IorUn meet ill trams SpecldatteatlontoIra rung men W S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltallzrd Air Physician In iittend once Office In the New Thompson Uullalng 11o Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds Bplended table Everything firstclasa Porter meet all trains 89 EXCURSIONThrough NIAGARA fALLS AUG 9TH Return Limit August 20th 1000 AND MICHIGAN CENTRAL S7 From Cincinnati Low Rates from tributary points One of the most beautiful trips in all world to Americas greatest wonder to any 011 D Hy Agt for descriptive leaflet D 0 EDWARDS Pass Traffic Mgr Cincinnati 0 HON JAMES D BLACK Of Knox County fe a rnmlldnto for the nomination for the olllco of Governor nub tort to the action of the Democracy TIIALES II WRIGHT la n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the ntlon of the democratic lirty DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to tho no tion or tho democratic party lie solicits your support JOHN C PEPPIES la candidate for Jailor of Lincoln County partyi1 Puuirr EtiDAUt- EnPBTTITT BSOTHEES MORELAND KY For Furniture Undertakers Goods And Livery- A very reliable Black Mare suitable for In dict to liveryhones MTOur Livery U In Good Shape JaW PARKHILL MtD HOMEOPATHIC PS7SICIAU Dr Parkhlll has had Sears experience In the general practice of offers late services to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic Clue Ol1lco Court louse over lIeUIIO Eros Livery Stable Offleo hours from to Special SALE 150 SUITS To Close O- utEclawAt S Cost To make ready for Fall Stock Now Is- Your Chance To get a Nlca Suit of Clothes cheaper than you ever did befo o Cum ins a EAIfcnDesirable Farm At Private Sale Desiring to chango climate on account of my health I will sell at private sale my CountyKentuckyand IK ados West of McKinney on U S U ItI Jt farm nod Improvement aro among ipTEst In tho llluo Grass region of Ken tucky Tho dwelling U a modern brick and frame metal root containing 0 room with halls porch and vetaudah Outbuildings Include two splendid ndcommodlousbarns- with SI box stall and shed room for 100 cattle or 200 ithecn other buildings Include icehouse buggy houses meat house coal Louse poultry house flower pit and good tenant himso of five rooms buildings are In flntclai repair and comparatively new Never falling orchard of best vurletr of fruit Tho larger portion of this farm U firstclass tobacco und hemp land Abundance of never falling water four rock walled ponds In addition to branch through onustdo of the placo 200 acre of farm In bluo grass or meadow with acres In wheat and corn fencing In excellent con quantityThIsdivision If squareboundedtonvllle and McKlnnney Turnpike This homo und farm has to bo soon to bo appre verydeslrahinopportunity to find this quality on the mar dealrlngloon or address me at Ilustonvllle Ky D 8 JOHNSTON THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky Tho most centrally located and only FIRSTCLASSHotel 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts of The City Everything neat and clean t EXCELSIOR Is on acceptable motto for any ambitious man or woman to adopt lint when a mld lutnmor thermometer nails it to Its mast head then all humanity is made to stiller Stanford nhd Lincoln county people stole bo congratulated while Iho suns rays are at their hottest Stanfords Busy Store Is placing all hot weather goods nt prices that makes competition vanish like chart befbro a whirlwind Hero they are for everybody Ladies first 0 Large Yalta Fans for uumown u u5cSummer 1eatso uw Iuu nunu tOo 1 Hlack Drop Stitch lloso worth 20o only lOc Ladies Tan or Black Oxfords or Strap Santltil48c50-cSummer Corsets only n 21o- A nice stylish Shirtwaist In Black or Whlto Fancy Percale Gingham or Lawn plain tucked or elaborately trimmed only 39o- A nicely trimmed Linen Skirt only COc Ladies Sailor Hats onlyuuu nuun unuuunouua uuouu2- 3oMENS BREEZY GARMENTS melts Crash lists only 10o Mens Hot loather Socks 0 for 25o 1 Suit Krcnceh Ualbrlggan Underwear 48c liens Tennis Shoesuuuuu n nn480- Negligee Shirts 3 for Jl Full Suit of Linen well and stylishly l11aI10I183 Dozen Ties 25c Boys Vacation Clothes Boys Knee laallMM w a n MIOeHoys Crash Pants 16o Hoys Linen Suits GOo l1oyoale II 15o toys Tennis Shoes Wo Boys Crash Hats Boys fast black seamless I1040M Be sure and see our line of Carpets Mat tings Rugs Lace Curtains Blinds Curtain Poles Fixtures c We are Headquarters in these goods and allow no one to undersell us Good Mattings in pretty patterns at lOc this week n Louisville StoreS LINGER 4 PRORS T ID RANI7Y MGR SSI BIO LINK OF CLOTIIIN GFor Men hays and Children ODD PPCNTS K SP6CIKLTY I40 See our Lino of Custom Made Pant at 2GO to HSi per pair w E PERKINSCrab Orrl Ky THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Thesis now the mot uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having beep re opticalscienceTHESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very latest Designs jr JVJouldi r- i gs SuitIJlothe lot II the ew French oleur II1tIDotlldln s 81eclally for lullble pictures Embroidered Water Colors and all pictures that re dulro a dainty frame Hlien in Danville call and see us and get our prices Wt will Have you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ofllco Danville Kyb W0JBo W1EMERTS 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 description Office Long Distance Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KYjOver 253000 paid in Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond If not write to the home office for literature or call on our nearest agent for an- explanation of its terms and conditions Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns 160 and live par cent interest for the average time for each dollar paid in 2 Stock taken now will all bo matured from eighteen to twontyfour months with a large part redeemed in a much shorter 8 It Is matured In consecutive order consequently all element of chance ia elimina ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin the sooner will your coupons begin to mature For further information address J C BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky FeR BROS Telephone Living A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary Lexington Ky t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYJULY 20 1000 E 0 WALTON BuaiNEaa MANAQKI THE boat materials combined wltb care skill and Insure goo results No other methods are over used In our proscription work Peon Drug Store PERSONALS W W CAUTKH has a Ono boy at hi houeoBLEDsoi1Lwi Y was In Loulsvlll this week Mil AND MHB JESSE TIIAYLOII havo t returned to Corbin MIssrs MAcain AND JENNIK HOCK KU are at Llnnlotta Springs Miss MINNIE MONDAY wont to Mercer yesterday to visit friend flit W Br PENNY and J B Gentr went to Lexington yesterday afternoon MKS 0 L IlKKUKN of Liberty wae hero to see Dr R A Jones this wool GEO D WEATHEllFOnD and mother of Hustonvtllo are at Russell Springe MRS JAMES ROY and daughter of Lexington ore with Mrs Wm Hamilton MRS SCOTT FAUIUB of Crab Orch nrd lIon a visit to her ton Stove Tee r tore Mus W B PENNY bee roturno from a very pleasant visit to Clover port MRS MOLIIE WRAP Is visiting Mr and Mra H C Baughman in tho West EndMiss MINNIE RUPLBY wont to Shot byvlllo yesterdays to tako tbo teach ers examination Miss FLOKENCR Biuu Is back fron a visit to her sister Mr A E God win at Nashville MISSES AMimOSIA AND HALLII THOMAS of Louisville aro with Mrs W B McRoberU Miss MYitTLE OBANNON of Stan ford Is visiting Miss Bcsile Bataon Lancaster Recordr Miss ELLA HART WINQATE ol Woodford arrived yesterday to visll Miss Isabella IJalloy THE Boldea Bros and Pnt Goer left yesterday to paint the old Jordon die tillery at Harrodsburg MR AND MKS RoiiEtrr HARDING and pretty daughterof Danville were hero Wednesday evening MRS SUSAN COOPER wbo has been visiting her son G B Cooper has re turned to Bloomington Ill Mit Jos B PAXTON and daughter Josephine went to Dripping Springs yesterday to stay a few days MR AD TAYLOR and Miss Lena Tayt lor of Missouri are with Mrs Jennie Carpenter in tho West End MiseRS MARY AND SUSIE SAUNDERS are spending a few days at Mr C M Jones In the Maywood section Mi sits S M OWENS J P Hoi dam Harvey Helm and 110 Walton joined the Lexington delegation yes terdayMiss ELLA MAY NEWLAND accom panied Mrs WT Mcrimeo of Lox ington on a trip to Chicago and Mil- waukeea JAMES LANE ALLEN a prominent Chicago lawyer and his wife are visit tog his brother Rev Frank W Allen of this city Mr J G HACICLEY who has been In t Cambridge Mass at Harvard Univer city during tho pat year leaves fore Kentucky the 21st Mil MOSKS COLLIER of Lancaster make semiweekly visits to the Oslo ophathlsU Drs Slaving Phillips and says he Is receiving great benefits A LIST of the arlvals at Cumberland Falls shows a number of Danville Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati people to bo enjoying tho delights of that retort HON R C WARREN M S Baugh man Jamcj Rained J bL Alveraon l and William Landgraf loft Wednesday At noon for tho Lexington convention- W A BROOKS of Crab Orchard passed through Tuesday on his way to Blackwcll Oklahoma to tako little Newman Holman who will live with Mr Thomas Carson MESSRS A T NUNNELLEY and John P Davis drummers for Harbison Gathrlght Loulsvlllo have been tak en in as partners In the firm but they will continue to travel MRS J B WILLIAMS of Mlddlo burg brought Mcsdamcs J T Wesley and McD Royalty up to tako tho train or Mt Vernon yesterday and they all paid this olJlco a call MISSES MINNIE WOODS and Edna Llpps wero down from Hustonvllio to meet Mrs Adollo Woody and Miss t Anna Reid who came on the train Tuesday from Paint Lick MR AND MRS UKDD FARLEY of Livingston came down Wednesday to bury their six monthe old son Johnny T who died after a few days Illness of heart trouble Miss Annie Ashlock aCt companied them Miss JOSEPHINE HAYDEN entertain cd 31 of her young friends at her pret ty homo a tow openings ago train 8 to 10 oho was In entertaining by the Iloxaof Stanford Female College Misses Alllo Huffman Mary Mc Roberts Mary Higgins Sarah Dunn and Virginia Bourne Nice refresh monte were served and all had a charm ing time JUDGE VINCENT BOREINQ was hero Wednesday to attend The mooting of the Cumberland Valley Land Co of which ho Is president Ho thinks the election of Ycrkes will be just as easy as his own reelection to Congress for which tho republicans seem to have de aided to give him a free track By or der of the committee no othor candi date will be considered after Saturday and If no other Is announced by that time the committee will declare him the nominee Aug 0 Tho judge has made a good representative and In creased hU noldon the people of the llth t MRS JOHN G MARTIN Is much better BORN to the wife of Reuben Delaney a boy J bL COFFEY of tho Walnut Flat section Is III DR A D BLAIN of Dry Ridge Is a guest at Squlro John Ellis MIHSKS EMMA AND EFFIE WARRE have been visiting In Danvlllo ROUT G FARRIS Is up trout Lout vllle on a visit to his parents Mr nud Mrs J E Farris MR FORREST S MCCLARY threatened with tho fever and Wcarc Hughes Is helping in Ills store MR J FRANK PBTTUS of tbu Ptcachersvlllo suction suffered a slight stroke of paralysis thle week MISSES CLYDE MCGINNIS of Dan vlllc Sue Dcatberldgo and Mural Picked of Richmond and Jennie Lynn form a happy houso party at Miss An na Covers LOCALS RICHMOND fair next week Go to Crab Orchard Springs and tetIwell TRY cocoa cola for headache at J II Meiers fountain PRICES aro very low and terms are cash at Withers FIVE bushels of chicken feed for J H Baughman Co WILSON GOOCII a youth of about 13 died at McKInney WednesdayI W ANTEDTo loan 81000 Addrcs Lock Box 102 Stanford Ky 3t SURPRISES on our cleaning up coup tor ovary week Severance Sons A tiffweeksCab Orcha Springs will help you GOOD faro and excellent water are two features at Crab Orchard Springs W A exchange for hay corn and outs Ulggins Sims Pboni 44 MORRIS FRED has rented Duddorar Dlx River Mill from W IL Traylor at tWO per year FRUIT CANS Frlgcrators Ice Chests Fly Paper and Water Coolers at War ren ft Shanks SUMMER shirts suspenders and neck wear In boundless profusion at Cum minI it McClary priceI Furniture Carpets Wan paper etc will continue through July and August SALEo J Nowland sold to Daniel Cooley five acres of his tract of land cartel town for 500 cash BLACKUERRIBS are so plentiful that pome of the gatherers are delivering them In town at IGo per water bucket STORE your wheatthue 1 cent per bushel per month and got the bent cOt of any advance J H Baughman Co THE various privileges of the flue tonvlllo fair Aug 12 and 3 will be sold nt auction Saturday July 21 If not sold privately hereto e TilE tax books are ready and those who desire to pay will please cal at my ofllce and do so as It will be gladly received S bL Owens oatsMAKE your to go to tbo Richmond fair next week Re member the excursion next Wednei lay 25 One faro for the round trip PERSONS Interested In tho Lexing ton horse show fair and carnival Aug 1318 can get a beautiful catalogue of tbo attractions by calling at this oOlco A CASt county gentleman sends us word that Sheriff James Drowns bonds men have extended his time and that ho is now discharging the duties of What olUce THE colored Baptist Sunday School convention Is in session hero and tho town Is full of representatives from various points Rev Miller of Lancas ter la president THE Tansy club held Its annual meet ng on Dlx river near Cooks Spl loge uesday when all of the 1C or 20 mem lore present had a big tlmo getting away with a keg of boor MOVING BACK IIlrach of the Globe are moving their stock back nto their Improved and enlarged store room whore they now havo handsome lad commodious quarters Advocate GEORGE W GENTRY was tho only delegate from Lincoln who was men loncd In the Loulsvlllo convention irocoedlngs Ho represented the 8th Utrlcton the committee on permanent organization THE Belle of Lincoln Lodge No 2455 G U 0 of O F will celebrato Its anniversary In the beautiful grovo of Mrs Bottle Nance near Turners vHlo Aug 17 with many Interesting features Write to R It Bright for urther particulars box 24 Turners Mlle MEMORIAL WINDOWWJ A Allen Co have just placed at a cost of 9500 ho memorial window In the Christian hunch provided for In tbo will of Mrs athorinoJ Bailey for herself and lusband Judge Wlnfred G Bailey It lit In the rear of the pulpit stand between It and the baptistry and for better light effects a sky light and a larger window In the rear of the bap istry were put in The window Is 6x14 feet the central picture repre entlng Christ praying in the Garden of Gelhsemone while his doclplea slept The window Is a decided orna lent to the church as well as a fitting lemorUl of the good old couple 4rt RICHMOND fair next week HAMILTON for Rood watch work CRAU ORCHARD SPRINGS now open To thobeet wear Hunan shoos J P Jones You will bo by stay at Crab Orchard Springs r DR J T Mounts tolls us ho open his store at Saufley next weckI WHY go elsewhere when Crab ONh1 ard Springs will do you more good CLOTHING and Stock will be closed out at cost for cash G H Fai rill Co PRESS FOR SALE Now Gordon press for sale cheap Address W P Walton GENTLEMEN Uanaua name on your shoe Is a guarantee for style and qual- Ity J P Jones DONT bo deceived Wo can furnish you life sized pictures for lees than any agent can Magglo Sacray W L MCCARTY of Klngsville bas started up hIs canning factory und 18 putting up lots of blackberries WE excel letter from Crab Orchard but It got mislaid and could not fro found In the world of rut bleb In the olilec JSNT tbo Danvlllo Advocate goln to support the democratic National ticket or Is its omission from the head of Its columns an oversight A DISPATCH from Mt Vernon say that Dr John M Williams who use to live here will likely mako the race for the republican nomination for Con green cJFou SALE CHEAP My two thlyd undivided Interest in 03 acres of unlm proved land at Crab Orchard Purchas er can have use of all tbo land Address immediately Mrs Ellen Blatt- Lancaster Ky TilE ladles of the Baptist churc were puttlcg down a handsome carpet yesterday which cost oyer 8200 all of which the Ladles Aid Society raised with the exception of 830 for which Lhoy sold the Jd carpetI THE stockholders of the Cumberland Valley Land Company met hero Wednesday and elected the following direc tore Messrs Vincent Borelng It Dod J S locker W P Walton lames W Fox John W Fox J W layden J A Craft and F Reid KENNEDY Mr A0Eastland reo elvcd a dispatch from his wlfo Wed icsday that her sister Mrs C P Ken icdy died about 11 oclock at her homo itSalvlca Sho bad long been a sufferer from consumption which la not hereditary In tho family A daughtcrof the late W E Cleland she married dr Kennedy 15 years ago and leaves um with five boys one only seven months old to suffer her loss She had icon a member of the Presbyterian hunch from childhood and was a most excellent woman After a funeral ser non yesterday morning the remains were laid to rest at Providence Church In Mercer county which her grand athcr Rev Thomas Cleland organ zed and preached for for many years Mr Eastland went down to bo present at the funeral LEE Susan Leo widow of udgo Geo F Lee died at the home of her son E W Lee Wednesday morning The Advocate says that al hough the friends of this good woman knew that she had uasacd the time at ottcd to mankind that she bad kept the faith and was ready for the sum song the news of her death will be reeked with deep sorrow Feeble for cars past and with almost dally In rearing evidences that she would soon be called above Mrs Leo preserved her brightness of mind her amiability and tier sweetness of disposition until her last hours and leaves to her cbll dren a life picture that Is a very bene diction She was a member of the Presbyterian church and one of the uost beautiful exemplars of Its faith ind teachings Besides Mr Eugene Lee George Lee Frank N Lee Miss fennlu Lee Mrs I S McElroy and Ira David P Rowland are her surlvI ng children Mrs Lee was a he lato Col T P Miller of Stanford aDd she was greatly beloved hero vhcro sho often visited In her hue lands lifetime The funeral occurred at 430 last evening when a large crowd rag present to pay the last tribute LAND STOCK CROPS ACT W Hutubleon sold to J Glnsburg a horse for 840 Morris Fred bought of J M Hill his CIOp of wheat at 75c Thirty calves and yearling steers for salo Mark Herein Desc cattle are worth 5J do hogs 530 and lambs 030 in Cincinnati Thomas Motcalf bought of D W andovcer i pair of mules for 3150 One of our big hay raisers refused 55e for his crop baled on his farm Waterouro made the new record for 11 miles at Brighton Beach In 151 15 A New Jersey town has a ben farm wbleh produces 30000000 eggs a year I will stand my Polled Angus bull at- my placo at 3250 J W Baughman F K Trlbblo sold to James a Oen- try a pair of threeyearold maro mules Anderson bought of George Carter a bunch of heifers at 31o and of other parties a lot of hogs at 31 to 4o C L Lovoll sold to Mark Hardin a inch of hogs at 4o and bought of soy erul other parties a lot at the same price WANTED to buy all tho wheat in est Lincoln for which highest market price wilt be paid McKinney Mill In Co TheSaving of Money Royal Baking Powder is considerable Royal is economical because it possesses more leavening power and goes further Royalsaves also because it always makes fine light sweet foodnever wastes good flour butter and eggs More important still is the saving in health Royal Baking Powder A adds ant- idyspeptic qualities to the food Imitation baking powders almost con tain alum makes the food unwholesome ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK Mark Hardln sold two sows and pigs at 5c or e48 W F DeLong of Boyle had 20 acre of wheat that averaged 42 bushels S Moore raised 3600 bushels on 100 acre Danvllo News R B Hutchcraft purchased of Wm Larson k Bro their crop of 4000 bush ole of wheat delivered at Mlllersburg at 70oParis News Will Watts sold to Joseph of Chicago 85 shipping cattle for Immediate delivery at 6c Jacob Graves his SOD and son tn law sold 500 heavy cattle at the same orlce Loxlnpton Gazette Henry Blankcnshlp of tho Preach crsvlllo section tells us that he raiser 70 bushels of onions on lets than t of an acre of land and that he will 8ell some of them to those wishing to buy John Yorkes an 8 to 1 shot won nl Washington Park defeating the great Sidney Lucas acd a good field At Brighton Beach Voter broke the worlds record by running a mile in 138 M J Farris has threshed and del h ered to Anderson Spllmnn 13250 bushels of wheat from 520 acres at SOc The general average was about 25 bush ole though somn of the folds made 31 bushels Anderson Spilman have received since July 1 over 80000 bush ole of wheat and Cojrar Davis have received between 50000 and 60000 bushels The local dealers say that the rush to deliver the crop la unprec edentedAdvocate The Washington Times says The Goobol election laws havel been Im pressed upon the national judgment as unJust In spirit nnd unfalr In operation It Is truo that there Is a great deal that Is false In this Impression but this fact docs not sulllco to make the na tional onWpn of the statutes named acv harsh Tho common sense of the proposition demands the repeal of the Goebel laws Every Interest of the domocretb party In the nation every Interest of the Republic calls eloquently upon the Kentucky democrat to repeal or materially modify these laws It Is again asserted that Taylor will stump Indiana this fall He will also stump Kentucky through Proxy Yer kcs who will be stumped in turn bv the aasassination condemning masses of Kentuckians who despise alike the coward und the criminal and hold with Daniel Webster that flight Is confer sion As the residuary legatee of Fugitive Taylor Yerkes fulls heir to po litical responsibility for tho assassina tlon of William Goebel and before flnal retribution Is made ho will be crying out in the agony of his sO1III Who shall deliver me from thojbody of this death Louisville Times Did Gov Bradley refer to our qucel tlons when ho aaldjthis of Yerkes In his nominating speech I nominate a man who when ho may bell asked what he will do as to this that or the otht r matter will respond that when the time cornea he will rise to the occasion and do whatever his duty Is as he sees It regardless of favor and regardless of persuasion In answer to a letter asking him to speak at Fulton this State sin which he fears his Inability toltdo so Hon David B Hill says ho can not believe Kentucky a doubtful Statejundthat we must all pull otT our coats and do our best for the ticket named at Kansas sits Kwan the China War god has Issu ed a proclamation to the Boxers to kill very foreigcer found in China and threatens 10 plagues if massacre and destruction are not continued Many hundreds of veterans of the Confederate and Union armies are at tending tho great reunion at Atlanta By advancing the price of sugar to Jo wholesale the true clears 169600 a day by the use of There is no bakingpowder so- economical in practical use no- matter how little others may cost as the Royal invariably Alum MANY IN ONE With 12 dllt rent theaters a dog show a monkey show a wild animal show streets of all na Lions elephants camels donkeys etc the Lexington Fair provides the most extensive entertainment ever conceited The Arcadian Villa the most gi gentle amusement feature ever con cocted Is open day and night August 1318 Reduced rates on all railroads SEED WHEAT 400 BU MICHIGAN FULTZ This U fresh Northern Seed The crop of made a yield of 31 bushels per acre The crop of 1000 mode 23 buiihcU per acre on corn ground with a heavy stand of tim othy Address W M RRIOHT Stanford SALE OF LAND AND STOCK In order to dltlJt the esttte of the Ute Mrs premtiesSaturday Sept 1st 1900 Her farm couUlnlog ssx = AC rc or good blue graaa land well Improved with brick houM of wren room well j rlng garden orchard dc- TanaIlaltcaahbalanaln mouths with Interest roiuculonrlrenufoonuttrnistreconi piled with At tame time I will Mil some Uorw and Cow Sale at uaharp C II SINGLETON Admr Drs Slavinfr Phillips0- 51EOPA TH1515 Wilt Iw In Danville MonJaji Wednesday and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuolar ThurtUyj and Sal iirdaff- Ottlee In the 1ennlngton IluiMlng Stanford Of ace hours 9 w 12 Hj to r S OSTEOPATHY ThIs Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of KlrtiTllle Mo Jtj ndi on the principles of Anatomy and 1byilology rut Ita sults It requires no no drug no rubbing noaurglcal upvratloos And clalml hiog supernatural clst athjr views man a machine oleo many In keynote Is adjustment When all haru- ate properly adjusted and not overworked health U the result Some of the disease treated by nc Nervous Prostration Headache Neuralgia Itheumatlsiu Catarrb Weak Eye Granulated Lid Uoltre Heart unr and Lung Uiaeaea t ondipation rile flail Stone EnUrgod lrostiate all Stony act and Intentnal trouble Dlacue of Hones and Joint I curvature Dliloottloni btlt1 Jolnll- larallIlnoontineuC1 of Urine Locumotor Alta a tpecUlty Consultation Kree TheiGreenStore HUSTONUILLS New Stock of Dry Goods NotionsGents nishing Goods Shoes r Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before recent advances and consequently the prices are lower than other stocks bought einca- oode went See new line of Hot YeatherClothtngtLow Cut Shoes and Straw Hats l ytJ FRYEf I Haro LocnUtlln Stanford on Depot St Near Male for tile purpose of Belling t Scco dM J1aJd 8 flew Glot1iJ1g At BARGAIN PRICES I am rolling Clothing Cheaper than ft was ever IOltIln tho town of Stanford before I also carry a Complete Line of Gents Furnishing Goods Come nnd Get My Prices THE CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE IF YOU ARE n Through painting your house hanging your curtains washing your windows piper tug c please I RETURN OUR STEPLADDER And Obllgoc Higgins McKinney n P5Also bring our Monkey Wrench Screw Driver Hatchet Hammer and Saw with you Comfort I t Is What You Want This Hot Weatherr Then Go To Ri McRoberts fFor that Golf Hat latest thing outLinen Hat Straw lint A Cool S- oftSilk Or Madras Shirt Low Cut Shoes and Serge Coats and Vests J 8ii mRQi IIt Dont wait until the best are gone Remnants of Percales Lawns Calicoes Imrl a our or J a New Sh- irtsSEVERANCE r SONS IOpposite Court House ReadyMade Skirts Iz Fancy Petticoats GoIbis week in our Cut Pries Solo Any garment In the house will be offered you his week for less money than you can purchase the material We have some very nice things left in Dress Skirts made of Covert Cloth Pips Ann Crack Also a nee lino of Umleis Irts made of Vercer xal Xoractu Hcered Tafletas and Imp red Sten ILeiewllle Genuine Bargains As we are determined to make prices in our weekly sales that competition will not tackle s JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad Ja A ALLEN CO Oontractors And 3BuJlcaers J STANFORD KY nve now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Plue Flooring Celling DOOH Batb Illlnd and alt of Drvaeed and Rough Lumber steelrya LBoookV J J 41 yrv THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at iteondelau matter nlSIrtcS i- oIPERjRCASH f bnahSr2 sopaldsaOO will be charted when not KNOXVILLE DIVISION 4TrainotflgUTthii158 a m a m 2ftII3I South II IS a ra 23I i ll Id For allllolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION KoSJ Amires Stanford at 108 No Leave Stanford at 210 V 01 Arrives at Kowlandat 1200 VAT Non Lean Sta lord at 2SO r x QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South piss Junction City No I oes not stop No JllNr II NoS 11221 N o tO3 r ti Going South No2 doesnt stop No4 345 6I2r1IN IO4AtINo q FRANKFORT A CINCINNATI Trains lesre Frankfort at 050 AM 40 PM anti r connecting at eorpe town with the AC Returning leave Paris at 50 and 540 r v reaching Frankfurt after connecting with t C tralni at Jt i7 10 r and 93 f The latter train Icares for Clennretown at r Ij it MVTOK i r A SOUTHERN RfllLWflY Irf KENTOCKV Ccniinud SehedsU la Effect 21 IKO WATDOIDID xi Noll No 3 IT Loalartlle 746am 400pm 74pta Ar Sbelbyvllle BlCam 53jpm 90rin Ar Larencebc 050am apm lI 4S- plAr Vereanies iaifm 847pm to04pm Ar Lcxlcrtoa K14ftam TlSpm UIkpm wgr21ou1tD No No No 4 LT Lexlnrtoa 730am 4S5pm I52in 1 Ar Versailles 765am 60pm 35nAr LarencebB R20am 8JJpni IIMam Ar ShelbyTlUek 910am ftMSpm Ar Ix ubrrtUe 1040am 740pm 7rom XASTOQima WESTBOUND 1No 111 12O1L- t 74iim LT Itt40a laoaatnlLT BTATJONSINO MOaIi 1400pm laMimUr 0in 7 TtOa a m KASTEOUND WESTBOUND No 15 tNoG1 WFATIONL No ai wpm 74f ata LT Loulsrvll Ar iatO mi 74I1m SS2pm tlOatn LT Khclbvll Ar 9IOam Upm 847pm loZam Lr Verslli Ar 750 m KfCp m 71Ci ID lliaam Ar Midway LT 7SOnm l4Opm 74Opm Warn Ar Ocorctn Lv 700sm 10pm IA3TBOOSU WI5TBODND WOo Ttio 61IlTATJOIIB tt oG tNo ito Allo Oam7i loam VitOpm Ly VwrIIee 5ftpm IIomI4lrplDUI BTATioira No L No tf rouihvtue7mA-r 745pm LexincVon ilO4iimUOaOpm Ar KnozytileIij 74Aam Asbcvllle IOam 116pm IAr Savannah MSarn Jaeksonvllln 1II6am IiLvIoipmjluoamAr Ar Meridian Ar New Orleans 8soaml No through slecplne ear LoulsTllle to Dlr mlnebam TlaLexIneton and Chattanooga No I free observation cbatr car Louljvllls to Lexington No 4 free cbtcrvitlon ebalr car Lexington M Louisville Ka sleepIng CAr nirmlngnam to LoulsTltia Yin Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and Burg n dally- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos and dally Nos 67 and CSdallycxcept Sunday Between Versailles Nicholasrule Rlcb Bond nod Irvine dally except Sunday tDatly except Sunday Other trains daily rSGA sor 4M VPaaM J M CCLFT M Washington D C Washington DO WATCRKOI WMILTATIXiAaPA Washlnjton D C Loulsvlllt Kj Cum erlana Falls Hotel NOW OPENI Fare better than ever Fiehiug season In full blast Daily Lucks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue nnd further partic ulars I J B OWENS Mow Parkers Lake Ky Ii BETWEEN LOUISVILLE and CIIICA EO BEST LINE TO- t California AND THE VAST NORTIIVESri Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DfARBORN STATION CHICAGO ttl pining and Parlor Cars SleepersiI coDrA Rev E E Dixon a prominent Met oilltt clergyman of Strou burg Pa upoaVrouecuIoncouria for rr rlllan answer te a prayer offered calling for Divlni vengeance on a brewery Capllallstf recently erected a large brewery r Her Mr Dbtons parish It caiuctl much comment reports the PhllaJeV pliia Times and was mad the subject Df a Tchement prayer from the minis ter in which he called upon God ic strike with lightning the new brewery being erected in that place Shortly after during a violent storm lightning struck the brewery partially wrecking it and knocking from a Thdder two sons of another Methodist minister who were at work on the building No one was killed and the brewery was not burned but the prayer created so much comment that the capitalists who artI prominent in social circles that they were engaged in a legitimate calling and should not be made the target of pulpit imprecations as It in jured the social standing of themselves and families Lawyers who have looked ap the case say the men have a first class Cause of action and it Is stated the case Trill be fought to a finish Bee Mr Dixon claims he cannot be held re sponsible for an oct of Providence which brought the subjects into unenviable notoriety and the question promises to be one of the most novel ever tried in a Pennsylvania court A singular but well authenticated snake story comes from Pleasant Val aboutfivemuilesAt rJperleneiUd the princIpal actors in which were the snake and Miss Cora Legore a domestic employed by Frederick G Tingling a well known fanner residing near that place Miss Legore went to the barn to milk the cows as was her customary duty She did not return as promptly as usual and becoming uneasy after a time Mrs Yingling sent ionic one to the barn tolookforher Shewasfound lying in a dead faint in a cow stall and upon being revived appeared dazed and frightened Finally she became sufficiently composed to tell the cause of her unconsciousness She said that while mllkimj she felt something mov ing about her clothing but supposed it was a cat until she felt a constriction about her waist and found herself look ing into the eyes of a snake which had wrapped itself about her and reared Its head in front of her face She was too much frightened to notice what sort of a serpent was thus confronting her but striking at it with her hand fainted away When she woe found the snake had disappeared This account of a budding genius is taken from the Mount Sterling Ky SentinelDemocrat Near the poor house farm for some time the people have been on the lookout for a largo snake which had been crossing the road and making a bed the size of a childs body One day lately it was seen mak ing its way across the road and it proved to be a small boycrnwllng on his all fours He did not want to work and would make the track toward the corn field in jvhlch he and his father were working and would go and hunt the snake for half a day at a time This a bright young man and ought to be given a chromo A Minneapolis paper which apparently has started in to grab off the palm for tall story telling gives us this yarnlet to ruminate on A cow which was picketed on a rope was picked up by the cyclone and carried up the length of her rope about feet where she remained until the storm had passed when site quietly climbed down the rope and resumed her grazing The narrator failed fo say whether the cow came down head or tall first- TheDaughters of the American Revo ution of Arkansas Helen M Norton etnte regent boast of one real daugh ter who resides in Fayetteville LIt- tle Rock chapter is proud of the honor of having recently elected to membership two of the nearest living relatives of the Father of Ills Country Mrs Nary Washington Smith Dewey and Mrs Mary Norma Smith Langdou IAn extraordinary project fIt under onsideratlon in Pittsburgh It fs to note the Carnegie library bodily a die ance of 1000 feet and over a rtivine 100 feet deep The structure was built by- Mr Carnegie at a cost of 800000 Is- of steel and stone 392 feet Ions by 14- 8feet wide and is three stories high Its present site at a park entrance proves to be too small Some of the western newspapers arc IdicuUng the order for a course of igrlonUyral instruction in the public schools on the ground that the average Kansas bay or girl knows mart about practical farming than the aver ago pedagogue could find out in ten years The Chicago police report that the practice of hiring out as domestic jierv ants for nfewdayso as to tI earn the lay of the c1bllas become prevalent among a certain class of thieves in that city An eastern newspaper line estimated that during the last year New York has drained Chicago alone of men and cor poration representing 330000000 I STORY OF A SLAVE T0ObOUn412and and foot fur jcars by the haIiii of iHncanela the worst form bf ilartrr leorgell W1IIiauDtC JIanchcikr Mich tells how tuch a staTe vsa mail free lie Bays My elf has been M triplets for live years she ould not turn Over In twit alone Alter using two Ottlea of Elwtrlc flitters she Is wonderfully Im roTrdan aWe to its her own wcrji1 This su rcux remedy for lemale dlieates currTouuUse tlwplwsums mdancholr lirsJache Dackiche fainting and dlzty si rlli Thli min ts working medicine It a godttnd to weak sickly dOwnJcohle Krrry JoUle gotten OnlT SC boil by Penny Vrucjht TheliUnpli Central iWUibulla g 40 There Are Such Fool Yes we bad to take Emma out of school you know She isnt at all strong and we feared the application to study was undermining her health Its never wise t a young girl to oeretCrtllersel It was the fond mother who spoke and the sympathetic neighbor Haiti rally asked what the invalid was doing to pillS away the time Oh shes getting n great deal of enjoyment out of her bicycle was thp reply She made a centuryrun yesterday and another about a week rigoChicago Post Very Nentlr Vat A city man complained bitterly of the conduct of his son Tic related at length to an old friend all the young mans escapades You should speak to him with firm ness and recaU him to his duty said thefriendBut pays not the least attention to what I say He listens only to the advice of Idiots I wish you would talk to bimTItllItsIUncle John remarked Dick is theI finest afterdinner speaker I know Why said lila friend with some astonishment I never heard he had any ability in that direction at all Well he has Ive dined with him several times at various places and after dinner he always says Thats all right my boy Ill pay for it Col liers Weekly eesas Taking In Arizona He covered the porch of the Red lint with an ugly brace Say he roared as the hotel guest moved uneasily I am here wid Uncle Sam at me back I am here to take de census an Im here to do it quick Gimme de facts in yer career or Ill have to git It from yqr relatives eel ChIcago Dally News A Theatrical Haunt II suppose in your varied theatrical experience sold the matinee girl you have seen life in all the big cities What is your favorite haunt Well really haunts are not my specialty replied Mr BarnesTTormer although once Idid play the ghost in Hamlet Philadelphia Press The Flits Art nIT Mrs Gooph My daughter you should cultivate a sweeter disposition toward the young men that vinegar never catches flies Miss Goaph But mamma you al ways cautioned me not to permit any fly young men to calL Baltimore American In French Kendrick who for two months has been studying French Say Sutton I can write a good letter in French nowI Sutton Hml Is that so Wellyou may be able to write a good letter in French but I dont believe you can write a letter In good French Boston Transcript Proof Did you say that trusts were the means of raising wages Certainly answered Senator Sor ghum I know the president of a com bination who has raised his salary four times in the last two years Washing ton Star A Sample Ialr What fools these earthly mortals bel What freaks tho human race begot Mong others Is the girl who paints And tho man who tackles cigarettes Chicago Daily News SIIC DIDNT KtOIV Mrs YounghusbandI want some lambButcher Yesm Forequarter of lamb mam Mrs YounghusbandWell no I think threequarters will be enough Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Along the Itorul To maka Ilfp easy to the end A man should have I sty Some ouh to spend and some to lend And some to tuck away Chicago Record The Ilural Iltiinorltt Farmer Dunk to his nag Whoa there Flllplnol Whoa confound youl Farmer llayroob Thats n fussy name fer a hoee Why in tunkett do ye call him Filipino Farmer Dunk IJcuz his always ruuuln nw3Jc1ce Wasted JIail Did you ever try mud baths for your rheumatism Xo I once ran for ti political office but that was toore rheumaUum had asserted Itself Chicago niBcsHor aid Not for Cape Nome IUgglns Why dontyou go tt Capt Nome and get rich tills summer Wiggins I dont have to Ive got all the rootnsln jny summer hotel taken till October Detroit Free Press A Inor Reason Why do you nllude to your cousin as Miss Trout when that isnt her name asked hunker Sfce Is a freckled beauty replied Spatts Town Topios DEAVXESS CANNOT UE CVKlD- Dy local spplleallons as they cannot reach tile dlxaserd union ear There Is only one way to cure dcufucw and that 111 ronttlluilonat rtiiiedljt IteaiiuM ICCSuMI ITn InUtmrd ron llllou of tho timeout lining the Kuitschlan Tube When this tow Is Inflamed you hare a rumJIl J sound or Imperfect hearing sri when ill entirely closed 11fnel the result and unleM lht lnflumna Ion csnlw taken out and tills tube i restored to Its normal tomltilon hearing will be trojcd forever tino rite out or ten are cnacd be Catarrh which but an Inflamed dlllnD of Ibo luurouOIurfart1 IaW will gUe One Hundred Dollarsor any cue IVsfnfM rsuwd catarrh that cannot be by JlaUsCalsnbttire Send for circulars 1t VjcniilmvAob Toledo 0I1WtJ t 1rsgisls 7k 1a IHh5a SKIN TORTURES And Every Distressing Irritation of the Skin and Scalp Instantly Relieved by a Bath with CUTICURA SOAP And a single anointing with CtmctmA tlio groat skin euro and purest of emollients ThIs is the purest sweetest most speedy pcnimncat and economical treatment for torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crusted ansi pimply skill and scalp humors with loss of hair nail tins received tho endorsement of physicians clienil its Dud nurses throughout the world PAi4 through journal FRCE all Millions of Women Pen SoAr exclnilTcly InFcrvlupurlfylngnil beautifying tlioikln tortIelInlng ac cruttf scales and dandruff nml topping falling hair e whitening and lootlilng red rough antI ton hands the baths annor Ing Irritation Inflntntnatlons anti chaflngs free offensive lion fonn washes many ulccrnUoI purlin lilch selves women and mothers ami the purpoc tlio toilet beth and Noamouutof tlioto bate once need It any otlicr especially for sculp anti hair Infant and SOAP combines emollient properties derived tho skin cure with purest clcanilug Ingredient and most flower odors mntt ever Mircil U preserving vurifyInsand licauttfylng the sUn scalp hair and hands other foreign domosUV MM soap however expensive Is to compared It purpot the toilet bath and nursery Thus It roroblnei ONE SOAP at ONE ImiE via TwKxrrrnit cum the T skin and complexion soap the nUT toilet soap anti nrsr baby soap the world Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Price 125 Condition Concert SOAF cleanse the skin croita and scale and soften thickened cuticle CtTlcUlu OIXTNEXT We to instantly allay Itching Inflammation Inl- Utlon and soothe end heal and Curiccn INSOLVENT ttOel to cool and cleanse blood A BIKGLI 8rr U often to moat torturing dUflrurinf and humiliating skin scalp blood humors when falls Sold throuBhoat the world Loins Data iso CIIIM ConrBoIIrora Uoiton Uas the Vln Bealp ud llalr Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres eeeee The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection Cincinnati with the crcat trunk 21 lines Pennsylvania Lines R I lug Route H and Erie railways handling through traffic expetlitiouelv all summer resorts of the Nor- thSpecialI Low Excursion Rates 4 Arc now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen Crescent via Cincinnati 8 Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting places Mountain Lake and SeashQre A New Ticket to Mackinac t You can buy a ticket Mackinac now excursion rates that will take you Chicago thence by the steamer Manltou Maclclrmc turning via l steamer Toledo Detroit and v Cincinnati the reverse finer summer trip was never offered famous resorts of the South arc also open now sea 35 Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Kyand R boa g IThe Tenn promises the most successful ever tt Crescent trains palaces travel Through Pullman sleepers dally from fomhcrn rllles Parlor observation and chair ears from Chattanooga Rome and Attallu on ilajr trains Free reclining chairs from Chattanooga night trains Ian schedule perfect track No anioke no dust no cinders Send for free Information II to summer resorts and Quern A Crescent service to u L D r A Chattanooga Tenu or coll upon your ticket agent J MURPHY General Manager AgentCINCINNATI TbcH8 need go the EXPO i9OO == == i9oo i 30000 r Live Stock Pacing Mule Races Fxee THE BOYS BAND Fln direct Hungary Doily Concerts TilE VEISTZ FAMILY IIE1IBERS Aerlalists Supreme children Summer Excursions August 1314151617 IlEllUMS Thcao celebrated fnmlllcs will FREE PBRFORirANCES each day tho stand Pond Lads from give vtu Inrlnde the mort F reeous oxtcnslvo and attractive array amuse frituit the best and priced artists and the grandest aggro trtirn Orion il dnd rnturn noverty features ever under jut YOf ANT AFFORD TO MISS IT receive opinion the patentability of tainCII How Obtain a 1ateut tent u request Patents us advertised sale at Patents taken through us receive apeclZ- vOllcewltlloutcharge In THE IATBNT RBCOKD Illustrated and widely consulted Jlitnufacturvni nud Investors Send sample copy Address VICTOR J EVANS A CO Patent Attorney Evans WAS IIfGTON FOX FEED AND SALE DANVILLE KENTUCKY lioNel and Mules hand and- toralo times L1a Wjiim4 811 Ccricuru for the of the of for ncnlnt In form of for or too or In the of for for readily to especially for all of nursery persuasion cnn Induro who to uro preferring am purifying the of Cimcilu ilcllrate front CfTlcurtA the of the refreshing of No other mtal soap compounded U to be wltli fur No or be with for all the of In IIK In Humor of to of the and the afflclent cure the and all die All about Ire I I at G 4 C D C O to to on to at to palatial to re U C to or C II U Ry to or A The to known are ot all Ic on Mitchell W no to to 18 front grand secured circulated Youll find every thing and no Big tear rv 30000 Trotting Running ttractiobsHUNGARIAN MILITARY 35 In 35 in of TIlE DILLWORm FAMILY 8lilllIDEllSSUnriv1lcd FheAECADIAN VJLLAof mrt hlgliegt uf congregated amriitcuieut J ItyIendinfiakctchour to for our out mil by for Dulldlnc LOGAN LIVERY STABLE cnstaatly on at lp wcaltneisosnnd Uo Un rom to GO YEARS- EXPERIIINC TRADE MARKSI Anyone sendlni s etfh and cilptinu mar q ulcklr asc whether an Invention la prnhnlilrpnlentabln Communication trtctlron on latMI unt freo tliloit Iatvnts IPcunl1r plenlA taken thro MUlln It Co receive notice without ch reo In the Scientific fltterica1 handsome Illiiitmtdd weeily Ijireest CIr culatlon of any scientISt Inurna Terros f If nawsilMlers TUrkflrfleWantedftn Idea Who can think Proud tner bring you wealth WrltejOHNWSUDEIthURN CO IatantAtlar as Wsahlultnn their Orlal ose- at FOE EENTOood property In tliotomn of Ornb Orchard W LANIJOIIAP KrlRor iCy HOT6L FOR SKL6 Leading Hotel In Sainrrset with good builneos will sell or trade rot good stock farm principal Address INTERIOR Joln- ItALJOSTED myannwIt LANDUIUr KtlgerKy UITlallllFasti 1tII Oftenheltu Kr- I LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEULERS- Millcdgovillo Ky We bane on hands Stock Twes and also hanson hands thoroughbred Bouthdown Itaius for sale LlTia A CO BICYCLES REPAIRED Centrl1lcntuckycle Workmanship Guaranteed DANVILLB CYCLE CO i 115 3rd 8t Danrlllc Ky IMPORTANT NOTICE I aTo the people of Stanford will sealn suppl you with Ire ruinufji amtl from pure distilled wa let by tlanfw1 Water U4ht In Co Ibis season atfonowlniprtcr For IMiwuids and over 40 ierpoundand2iitatMy terms srersth antI lilll mutt 1e hl whet pmented All phone orders prnuiptlr tiled and JtfaonlaIAbone U HKHIINSASIMS u J T BUTTON XJndortalcer Haatonville Kentucky OSsrs ida services to the IroPl ofSet Urcolj and Casey counties Full stock of Coffins and Cuk staalvavson hand D tI Carenler Manager I Mlntoshs Livery 5 Feed Stable rfcKIOOEY KY Good Itlr at re ton able prices faCe drlTvr double and single for dayor night If OR want to work Ouaey and adjoining COlnUtIII MiKlnuey Ie the place to drive from Ilortr well eared for by single teed day weik or month A sliaro of your allffn goiIi- tedWHITE HOTEL w n CAUIUEH ruon canBIN KENTUCKY lOot to Iseestr VIM Hntclau tbrwigUMil HatH I roe Jay H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods WarrantedFit Give Him n Call Paper Hanging And Painting See rue before you lot painting will save you money J wIll turnld lieIIndJut It on the wall fropi tOe up In other will sell you paper as cheep as you can buy It In town and Itang It at Se par bolt I will do painting in 1iroprtion All work guaranteed J Stanford i- CyPaintingRepairing am prepared to paint and your buftgv carriage orwuRon Inllnttclaststylo Experienced men to do It and work gaston teed ran have your old vehicle made new for very little raouuy J II OKFKIt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULACURE a Manufactured IIY J W Adams tt Co PaInt Lick Kv Is n guaranteed sure euro 1I0u1lIal1IIUmMr Ac KorMlr t r W II Slrltob 4srta drurltht Stanford if K IIum1hr Liberty C M ThomrHon ICingevIlle 1 Culdwell Wnyne Dunn llros Ilrv sntsTllln Kv F It Ooinpton MllledirrTiiir Qeo K islet Mldillplinr Ky Cash A Ulurc TurnertvtilK I- CyBEAZftY HAYS CNDJJItlAXERSI 0 1Aht j- NFuriilturc snursI And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furnlttuo for all kinds of Stork GiTe them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ 14cCLMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear lu ABNESS SA11LEBTO Stanford Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dontist Stanford Ky Offlcorrr Ucltoberts SItinlidlug R A JONES DENTISTI Office over ITIItIhOnO JA BPENNYDDS STANFORD KY VOnice at Ilvsldcno on Lancaster Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANiORD KY tlUl Stock J100000 Barplni I17CS3 61 This ioitllntlon originally MtablUhed II the 0 lItflank tilanfoN In ILlS then reorcantud as 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