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Digital page images are linked to the text file. loll SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL n I I j ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY HT 1 H YEAR J VOLX XY11L i STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 2T19009 A M NO 42 y t J IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A postofllcc was established at Bar Creek Clay county Elijah Herd post masterAt win Hilton was shot by Red Wyatt Hilton died of his wounds 21 hours later- Thieves relieved lion W U Smith of nicbmond ot n Gore eurroy and two sets ol harness Secretary S A Sltppeon1of the Rue sell Springs Pair has our thanks for a conip to Its exhibition Aug 14 four days The courthouio at Richmond has a uew tWO clock and Clarence Woods Is as proud of It as a boy Is of his first pair of pants Mrs Samuel Howe of Adair was ilrujk by lightning and her hot and shoes torn off Slranza to say she was not badly hurt Judge Brown adjourned the court at Barbourvllloto Aug 13th on account of tho absence of most of tho lawyers In tho Powers trial A A Nell has sold tho Columbia Spectator to W D Jones school super intendent who will continuo to make Itnjrcpubllcan paper Postolllcci established Kentucky Mitchell Shelby county James T Mitchell pontmastor Nugent Shelbv county Martha L Chick jmstmastqr Editor Phillips of tho Wayno Coun ty Record all that tho newspaper business at Montlcello Is all work and no pay If ho would rovcrso things lot him move his plant to Stanf- ordWAYNr The telephone here after being out of order to long II now working all rightSchool began hero Monday with Miss Lula Hicks us teacher School also commenced on the same day at Round Knob and on the Chestnut Ridge Mr Lewis Singleton teaching at thIS latter place and Mr J A Hays at tho form er Mleics Grace Ourtls Ethel Clark and Grauo Boycr all of Somerset nro vis iting Mrs Bertha Gooch Mr Clark Reynolds has boon very nick for some time but U a little better now Dr J B Win of Somerset made a bust nosy trip hero lust week A small boy was accidentally shot and killed near Pulaskl Station u few days ago Ho went to pull a gun over a log with tbo muzzle pointed towards him when the load was discharged taking effect In the little fellows breast Miss Stella Sims daughter of Mr and Mrs Tiptoe Sims died last Sunday night On Monday funeral servi ces were bold at the Baptist church over her remains nod then they were burlei at Old Double Springs Ceme tery She belonged to the Baptist church and many friends arc left to mourn her death Last Friday quite an explosion occur red near hero George Uortona law mill was blown up and the boiler thrown 130 yards No ono was serious ly Injured but bow they escaped Is hard to understand as there wore soy oral around It at the time R A Hor ton tho fireman received sllghtscald and all were considerably shaken up The people of this section do not like to boast of their points of excellence tho wtibn such pertaining to the girls It should always bo excusable but If strangers to this place will only come hero to church on tbo let Sunday of tbo month which Is Rev Ira Partlns ap pointment here wo believe that they will agree that there are more petty girls to tbo size of the congregation than any place they have ever been McCORMACKS CHURCH Elder C E Powell will begin a pro traded meeting at this place Sunday 20tb and preach ul 10 A ah and 3 i M T M White bat rerantod his farm to Mr Brown for 8200 for next year Elder JQ Montgomery has rorontod to Roy Spears for tli5 for 1001 T M White has returned to his home In Cynthlana alter a 10 days visit to friends and relatives in this Vicinity Mrs Roy Spears has boon quite sick with cholera morbus but Is now better MUs Louisa Bishop Is very sick O L Carter Jr has been quite sick with throat trouble at his brother C II Carters Muse Pearl Montgomery of Liberty has been vis iting MUs Florence Carter and other friends MUs Mary Bellwar of Frenchburg will begin a school bora the tat Monday In August J M Car ter Jr Is on the sick list Mrs F K Trlbblo Is Roy Spears has worn the title of lather for two weeks It an s x eight pound girl Woodlo Logan Is very at his father DrJ W Lo ganrPREVEnTED A TRAGEDY Timely Infonnadah Mr Jrurga tang of Sew Straltiflllc Ohio prerentala d IIlIllr1t dy anil limit wo Ilves A cough had bog kel hfrawakacriri sight She hat tried miny ifiuedltt and doctor but ittadllf grew vrorw until urged to try Dr King Now IUcovery One bolllo wholly cunil her IIUIlbo writes Ihli marveloiu dIe 00 also cum Mr Long tf a se r r or BlUik of incunionU bush cure Ire r ot of the lualrhleM merit ol thus grah- dremalyorcurlugaltthroateheetand bog trou liln Duly guaranteed Trlit botilet true at 1rnnja Drug Store C ft 0 EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITYOn Thursday August 10 the Chesapeake Ohio will run an excursion to Atlantic City Tickets UI for round trip good going on either morn tug or night train Write for particulars G W Barney D P A s CLARENCE COLEMANS CON TRIBUTION BACOLOK LUZON iI Judo 12 Tbo long expected and much heralded peace commlsulou arrived In Manila on tho 3d They wore most heartily and goncrously received by both citizen anti solJlers Of course everybody know tho object of their coming which Is to try to peaceably bring the warring Tagalogs to terms and cstab Itch civil government In tho Philip pines Six weeks ago tho Insurgent sympathizers of Manila and they Bro numbered by tbo tens of thousands wore preparing for a general outbreak In the city on the arrival of the com mh lon Every American soldier and citizen In the city was to bo murdered tho principal thoroughfares and bW lncs district of the city to bo gutted Understand this was most timely nip ped In tho bud by the ni ttvo police and military authorities of the city At the sumo tlmo there was to havo been n general uprising not only In Luzon but throughout the Archlpellgo Uncle Sams boys happened to get on to this and of course tbo jig was up Tho abovo plans of the Insurrcctos have furnished most of the material for ono of tho most active campaigns ever waged against losurrectory forces The question often comes up Where Is Acclo Don Emetlo Agulnaldo president of Republlca Fillpinas and leader of tho Revolutionary force Some think him dead tome believe him to bo hiding In tho mountains of Northern Luzon and others that ho Is hiding in Cavlto province tho land of bis birth to the south of Manila Then there are those who believe him to be at Hong Kong Singapore In China and others have him visiting tbo big show at Paris It was retorted about a couple of weeks ogo that a detachment of the 23d Infantry under Col Hare bad encountered Aggie and his body guard 100 strong In the mountains of Caga yan the most northern province of Luzon but reports now have him hid lug In n cavo near Blanabato In the province of Neuva Eolja plotting new dvlltry To say the most In the fewest words the American authorities know nothing of the whereabouts of the man without a country and If the natives know they aro too firm to turn traitor or give him away Jfc In my last communication 1 men tioned the action of Major Valasoum surrendering men nod arms to the American authorities at Tarlao A week later the commandants was paroled and bo started poco tlcmpe for the scenes of bis former operations far up In tho Xambules Ho was gone about a week and returned with two rebel officer 40 enlisted men and 63 rilles This Is only ono bf the many Instances mado prevalent bv the hot campaign tho Americans wore wag ing But yet tho recruiting goes on dally In the depleted rebel ranks Only a couple of days ago a rebel recruiting olllco was raided In the city of Manila Ono of tbe most Important captures made since tbe insurrection broke out over a year ago was the capture of Gon Plo do Pllar second In command to the wlley Apglo und a man who has caused the Americans more trouble and anxiety than the latter This Im portant capture was made In an hours ride of Manila near San Pedro Maca ta Hit capture was effected by Capt Lara of tbo native police force of Manila who with 10 other policemen made capture aided by a company of the 21st Infantry I will uol go Into details as yonr many readers will have rend fnll accounts of tho daring ex ploit long before these lines reach the eyes of the reader Another good capture was made Sun day by the 41st regiment scouts who wore scouting in the vicinity of Mex Ion The scouts not oven the louder over dreamed that the much wanted Gon Hlzon was In 40 miles of thdin neither would they have known or do tooted him from any of the hombres of the vicinity ills capture was made in this manner The scouts were pass Ing a church just as the people wore coming out of the house and the super intendent of tbe Americans at this par titular tints frightened tho lIttle red leader out of hls wits nod thinking that the Americans had gotten wind of his presence he began to make him self scarce and that pronto This aroused the suspicion of Lt Johnson and the Americans vamoosed too and that too In tho direction of the fleet footed gencralla with the re suit tnat Hlzon is resting his bones In tho calaboose Thus both leaders and mon In the Insurgent army are surrendering deserting and being killed daI- ly by the hundreds and yet the wir goes on unabated It scams that the guns are Inexbaust abld the Americans capturo hundreds of them dally alopg with quantities or ammunition The Insurgents must bo getting foreign aid in some way More than ono foreign nation and one of the leading powers Is suspected There will be lots of scouting during the rainy season Our company already has 20 native ponies and will get about JO or 15 morn The rainy season Is now slowly but surely being usheied In by degrees Thanks for good quarter Bucolor Is In every way one of the best ports In Pampanga If not all Northern LuzoneGen Grant with Major Preston Capt Martin and two batteries of nr tlllory together with brigade and reg imental scouts left Angeles last week for tbo mountains of Sun Mlguol In Bu mean province to the aid of the 35th Infantry Tho Insurgents have bOon terrorising the llulo mountain garri sons night and day for somu time past and sorao bloodv battles have been fought and the 35th has lost no Incon siderable number of men In killed and woundeda So fatiguing has been tho campaign that hardly more than a dozen men In many ot the companies are Ut for duty Some three or four olllccrs und many enlisted mcn havo of late boon killed In the vicinity of San Miguel do May urna The rebels captured Capt Roberts of tbo 35in and killed Cupt God frey of the 22nd Infantry It Is fighting hero and fighting there nearly every day At least 1000 engagements have taken place In the last live months and more than that that many seem like exaggerations to many In the States who have been reading aboul peace In the Philippines In the home papers They dare to give the truth of the matter CLAHENCKCOLEMAA CAPT NAOKS Tills Some Additional Things FltANKFOHT July Hi Possibly by tbo time this reaches you all the evi dance I will give In the trial of Catifb Powers will bo on record However as I write this I am not yet done testify lag as my attorney has gone to try to got poisesslon of my private papers which are at Big Stono Gap Now I want to call the attention of the public to the fact that Judge TInsley demand ed these papers The prosctutibn did not demand them I did not voluntarily bffcr them so If there Is any harm done the defense by these papers the attorney for the defense are responsible The most of the damaging statements made by mo were drawn out of mo by the Hon James Tlnsley chief counsel for Caleb Powers It was no pleasure tome to swear away the Ufa of Powers Ho and I have been friends and I would not have said oup word to Injure him that I could have avoided But tho attorneys for him In their frantic desire to make it appear that I had sworn to a Ho drew out ol mo statements that I would not have bad to make And now I want to ask the people before they pass judgment on me to Investigate the facts In my testimony and not bo preju diced by newspapers such as the Lou Itvlllo Post and News that are not try Ing to tell tho truth regarding my tes timony The only hope of the defense Is to Impeach me In this I will meet them half way and then more For eight years I have been the tool of a certain corporation They have handled roe as they would any of their machinery and now that I hove at last broken away I feel as If a great load bad boon lifted from my soul I have no desire to retreat I am burning my bridges behind mo and shall start on an entire new life with a clear conscience and when I am through of this case I will have some few things to say re garding politics In the bloody llth that will make Interesting reading I will be In Lincoln county In tbo near future In fact It Is my Intention to return to my native county to make my future home With best wishes to my many friends In Lincoln I am truly yours ROIIT R NOAKS QUEEN JTCUESCENT Low rates to Y P o U meeting Ju ly 2fiih III Win ut Denver Elegant train oervlou Feet etivUui Close connect inns Hlgu Urule CHKUI Mreuni Low rate Snlaveacuretuurut tInd 20 Great program MIUIC u a luuuohlng Dont fall to go For particulars see small bills- Populist rally and State convention Louisville July 31st Low rules of U fart will bo made front all points in Kentucky via Queen te Crescent route for this occasion July 31st and on the morning trains of Aug 1 Good until Aug 2d returning Ask agent for further particulars Three grand mid summor excursions Niagara Falls Thousand Islands and Toronto all In one via the Queen Crescent route Aug 2d Oth 10th only 810 05 Niagara and return from Junction City Through trains day coaches and Pullman sleepers Cincinnati t8 Niagara Aug 2d via Big 4 Aug Oth via O H t D Ry Aug 10th via Erie Lines Tlrfkets good 12 days to return See small bills or ask agents for furtb er particulars TEN DOUAHS Michigan and re turn A delightful trip via steamer Manitou It For Wednesday August Ifith tho Monon Route will soil tickets from Louisville via Chicago and S S Manitou the finest boat on Lako Mich- Igan to Mackinac Petojkey Bay View Wcquetonslng and sister resorts at the remarkably low rate of 810 for tho round trip Tickets will be good returning 15 days Bookings should be rondo at onco as thl party will be IAn- iitdTOUCcommodatlonsassigned Particulars of E H Louisville pp VOIOAHIC SRUP7IOIIS Are grand lout Skin Eruption rob life of Joy lluckltni Silte cures them alio Old Run clog suit Ftttr Same Vletn llolli Warn CuD IJn tae bcaldt ChaPlwi thuds Test Pile curd on earth rruaranteeJ 01 ret out SoWb1ennyDruggt a box Cure KINGSVILLE Our llttlo city seems oven more bust ness like elnco tbo canning factory has opened up Eld Jones of Mercer county preach ed at the Christian church last Sunday avenlair to a largo nudlcnco School commenced Monday with about 60 In attendance Mr Hardln Young of Highland who has given perfect satisfaction In tho past Is the teacher again this year Our citizens have reason to bo proud of the now school house which Is largo and well equippedJohn desires to have mentioned the fact of his having killed recent ly n hawk which measured four feet two Inches from tip to tip of wings Rev Gilliam of Mt Olive visited hero Tuesday Mr and Mrs Joseph Uptbcgrovo and son have gone to Dan vlllo to reside Mrs Sophia Davis of Plneville Is visiting her relatives hero Mr and Mrs D P Dlncen and son John William are with her moth er Mrs BC Pennybacker Miss Bella Johnson Is visiting Miss Katherine Wells at Junction City Mr and Mrs John Hart of Mt Olive were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Stephen Blankcnablp Claude Upton and Eben Porch of Somerset were hero last week repairing the telephone line John DIneen late of the Philippine Islands is an Interesting guest at Mrs B C Pennybackers George Hart at homo from a lengthy sojourn in Oregon Champ Frances has return ed homo from Itockwood Tone where he has been for tome time employed G A Walter was In Danville on bust ness The sick so far as the writer Is able to learn are Improving Elmore Padgett who is low with typhoid fever la a little better Claudo Penor backer Is also slightly Improved Both doctor are kept quite busy with numerous other patients In the vicinity- MIDDLEBURG William Bryant has opened hja school at Turkey Knob Fred Durham has thrown up his job as clerk In his brothers store and will go loCbattanoogn to live It seems that Caleb Powers like Human of old will soon adorn the gal lows ho prepared for others Democrats hero are unanimous for Beck bum for governor though they would have preferred Mr Black Miss Clara Miller who has been on a two weeks visit to her cousin Miss Stella Toombs of South Fork return ed homo Sunday James Wheeler has a trio of carpen ere repairing his bouse and be will soon have the prettiest residence In North Middleburg W P Keeney Is now a wholesale Hour dealer Anderson Gplllman a Danville mill firm have made a deposit for flour with him and be8 dpln well The election of governor in Kentucky this fall Is a very Important matter to the people especially to the lawloving people of the State A vote for Beck ham Is a vote for law and order while a vote for Yerkes Is quite tbe opposite The election ot Beckham means the execution of the law while the election ot tbe Danville aristocrat means the pardoning of every rascal connected with the murder of Joy Goebel IS IT mOHT roe AN EDITOR TO RECOMMEND PATENT MEDICINES From Sylvan Valley News Brevard NC It may be a question whether the edi tor of a newspaper has the right to pub licly recommend any of the various pro prictary medicines which Hood the mar ket yet as a preventive of suffering we feel it a duty to say a good word for chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy We have known and used this medicine In our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In maxy cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of suffering while n physician U awaited Wo do not believe in depending implicitly on any medicine for a cure but we do be lieve that Ita bottle of Chamberlains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered the inception of an attack much suffering might bo avoided and in very ninny case the presence of a physician would not be required At least this hiss book our experience during- the past twenty years For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists p S THuniiLE Dr Hlcklo has opened school here with everybody pleased with the outlook for a good school L U Hubble had a nice calf killed by a mule running over U Eubanks Bros and B W Givens took in the Rich mond fair Wednesday and this fact together with the circus at Danville brought us a splendid rain Col Un der wood and wile are talking of moving to Danville to be bandy to school We regret that such Is their plans as wo will miss them lu the community In many ways James Sutton will rent their farm If they do go II J Lure Is attending tbe Allmore camp meet lag Owsloy Cox and MUs Annie Hajs were raadeone In matrimony Wednes day The gold In too National treasury now reaches the enormous total of 8427 408482 i L LANCASTER A good rain fell hero on Wednesday Thanks to Robert Embry for a fine tomato weighing H pounds lIon J D Blacks letter la the IN TEHIOK JOCRNAL together with a let ter received by me go tosbow that he Is wholly devoid of all Inclination to sulk In the camp and tbat ho will aid materially In electing Gov Beckham All democrats should follow his exam ple and Insure the perpetration of good go eminent Instead of government by gun as Col Welch says The democrats are practically united In Garrard county Several havo taken the pains to inquire and they report that they will vote as a unit In State and National races It has been asserted that there will not bo half a dozen who will scratch the tickets Re publican methods have cemented the party together forall time Those who did not vote tbo ticket last year are disgusted with republican corruption and prefer to bear the Ills which they imagine exist in tho old ranks rather than to aid in the promotion of the ruinous practices and doctrines of the republicans Miss Sadie Fogg of Lexington Is visiting Misses Julia May and Nannie Gaines Judge J C Hcmpblll and family Miss Annie Herndon Mrs Robert KinnaIrd and daughter Mrs George Robinson and son are at Crab Orchard Springs for a stay of two weeks Missilery Welch of Nicholas vllle Is at Maples with Miss Mattie Elkin Mr and Mrs John E Stormes have gone on a tour through the North to Cleveland Buffalo Niagara Falls and other points Rev and Mrs H N Faulconer of Hlllsboro 0 are with her father and mother Mr and Mrs W B Mason Mrs W O Bradley and Miss Christine are at Cumberland Falls Miss Fannie Frazee of Mays vllle Is with her aunt Mrs H C Jen flings Mrs Banks Hudson and her mothep are at Dripping Springs Mes dames Raymond and iiam Haselden have returned from the same popular resort Miss Amanda Estcs is with relatives In Nelson county Dr W N Bush is In Georgia Messrs George Palmer and Tbeo Curry Jr will go to Niagara Falls next week Mrs G M Putierson went to Harrison county to take part in dedicating a Methodist churchChina with her 400000000 of people and her millions of men who can be equipped for service can easily be conquered by the combined powers In a short time but what do they want with tbe territory or the people Too much has been done in the name of humanity when the acquisition of territory is the end sought The world can never be cbrlttianized by the sword for its use Is antagonistic to the spirit of Chris tianity Put up thy sword into its place for all those who take the sword shall perish by the sword Is a divine expression and proves that we need christianizing But it Is urged that we must be subject to the hlgncr power for the powers that be are ordained of God Ills a profound question whether the powers of today are ordained of God The greed for wealth territory and unholy power are not In keeping with the teachings of holy writ The Christian dispensation forbids tbo use of force and commands us to resist not evil We doubt If Christians should take part in these unholy wars Yet some contend that It is the divine plan to spread the gospel It this can bo proved we will admit that our position Is untenable Low rates WestRailroad bargain days via the Monon cute Tickets will be sold by the Monon route from Lou isville Ky to points In Arizona Brit ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska Now Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wy oming at one firstclass fare plus 2 for the roundtrip on June 10th July a 17 Aug 7 21 Sept 4 18 Oct 2 JO 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 Moo on Route Louisville Ky EXCURSION Tmtouom CANADA TO NIAGARA FALLS The C H D Ry will run U popular excursion to Niagara Falls byway of Detroit and the Michi gan Central through Canada Tickets on sale Aug Och return limit Aug 20th Price for the roundtrip from Cincinnati will be 87 correspondingly low rates from all points Apply to C H ft D Ry agents for leallet giving full information An experienced agent will accompany ibo train to look after the comfort of passengers If you take this trip you can say you have seen the greatest physical wonder of our earth app BISMAHKS IRon HERVE Was the reault of his splendid health Icdontl tails will soil tremendous energy are not found hent Stomach Lirtr Kldijraand Trowels are out ue order If you want theee uatitlee and the ucccts they bring UM Dr Rings New Life Illla bodyOlllyWe have sold many different cough remedies but none has given bettor sail faction than Chamberlains says Mr Charles Holzhauer Druggist Wewarlt N J It is perfectly safe and can be relied upon In all cases of coughs colds JfockerlDrupgbte l State College of Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical Slate College College of Kentucky offers thefollowing courses of study viz SehpnlClassicalorwhich extends over four years and leads to H degree Postgraduate courses oristudy orA also provided lending each to a masters degree Each course of study Is prolessorsCounty flppolntecs receive tuition room rent In dormitories fuel and lights and If they remain ten monlliP modernThe30000 for drill hall anti gymnasium for men lIl1t97 tactics end science are fully for anti nn1liberalto supply La t year the matriculation list was 663 For Bata ugues method of obtaining appointments Inlormatlon regarding courses of study and terms of to PresidentrOrFall Term Scalps Sept 10 1900 n FivesMinutes of your time and drop In nnd see our new quarters and Incidentally let us show you some of the MidSummerBargains I We are offering in Clothing Straw Mats Shoes c Ir irt IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not salls el Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman Co Trusses Ie Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hocker Stanford A C SNEcCONTRACTOR A BUILDER t STANFORD KENTUCKY andII carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Hoofing Rough and Dressed 9 Lumber Lath Shingles Etc= It I will duplicate any prices offered tD86rD ttlsYmooltDO3t6tlt3 v Glotbing And flats At Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance To Get Bargains In The Above Lines Geo H Farris G Co i PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs t Books v Stationery Paints r And Oils TelephoneNo 2 Stafford K 1 a c ur THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 27 Igoe W P WALTON DElyiOCRflTJC TICI1T- For Prt lent WILLIAM JENXINQS BRYAN t OfNebratta For VicePrttidtnt IIdDLAl1 STEVENSON OfJllinoiil For Governor J C W LECKIIAU- OfNelton For Congreu GEORGE G GILBERT Of Shelly a A KEPUBLICAN exchange says that the editorial policy of the INTERIOR JOURNAL la going to bo forcibly end ed or else It wpl got a chance to pay court costs Thats the game la It Well wo shall see If the policy is eod ed All the courts and all the damage suits this lido of eternity can not keep us from Millnifa Bpado a spade sad of characterizing assassins and assasslna flan in as flltlofr terms as we can com mand Wo shall also take occasion to show as often as maybe that the re jmblican party if sot directly respon Bible for the martyred Goobela death is morally responsible for it since tt hat In convention assembled endorsed all of the acts of Taylor and his band of assassins In their attempt to bold 01 to offices that aro not theirs Whet the fight by this paper against such a combination ends it will be when the present management hoe crossed over the river sad not till then And if any republican or other assaasln wants to send us acfoss we are ready to glvi him a chance to do so provided he does not adopt the usual plan of tiring from 7ambush whoa no danger is expected The INTERIOR JOURNAL can not bi bullied coerced or frightened as anon yraous poltroons and others are at templing JOIIN HENRY WILSON lost out Io Judge FieldacourlatLoufsvlllc on quo warranto proceedings to establish his claim to the judgesblp of the 27th dill tricu It will be remembered that Judge Wilson claimed his election from the fact that he received 94 votes at the last election which be claimed was the proper time to elect a Judge by pastors put on the regular ballots Judge Field held that the act of placing pastelS In the hands of a low friends with tbo hope that an election might be claimed was wholly speculative on the part of Judge Wilson The Brown Eversole contest bad not been decided by the court of appeals at the time ol the election nod a surprise of this sort could not bo successfully sprung on the 11714 voters of the cial district even if the office had be oI declared vacant The State board bad glean the certificate of tine to Wilson who will doubtless take the case toa higher court W B HALDBMAN has withdrawn from the executive committee of the gold democrats which be should never have assisted against the regular nom laves of the party In his speech of resignation he declared that the money question was not at issue that be would support Bryan and naked that the mon- eyI In the gold bug treasury be turned over to Senator D B Hill to bo used in the campaign as be sees fit Closing Mr Haldeman said No man who is lieUre spec tlng can In our State fuJ1 iloatloojWhenWilliam Goebel was foulI beIforltusder moat and shall be punished under and within the law even if Indlnca has to elect another governor who will recognize the just and legal request ofl a sister State Iq demanding a fugitive from justice IT was the Bard of Avon who said aIIow sharper than a serpents tooth It is to have a thankless child and old moa Pat Cunningham ol Louisville is experiencing the truth of it He gave his son all his property with the under Handing that bu was to provide for and support him in bis old age As soon as the trunefer was made the thankless son turned his father into the street 4 and sow the old man has brought suit to set the conveyance aside The court oughtnt to hesltato a moment and If In Its power It should mAte out condign punishment to such an unnatural son IF there breathes a man with soul so shrivelled and mind so yarrow who can say alter reading the testimony in thu Powers case that there was not political conspiracy to assassinate the man who dared statd up for his rights through the peaceable medium provid ed by the law be would not believe though one arose from the dead Such a man Is fit only for treason stratagem and spoils Let none of his kind bo trusted ITt1E6lty editors of Lulsvlllo treated country cousins from Hayseed vllle like fighting cocks wining and dining them till they could stand no more Harry Glovanolll sad several others road papers and R Brown of the Louisville Time was elected president and Harry McCarty of the Jessamine Journal vice president li- E Mornlngstor WItS elected secretary for tbo stoenth time There are 12 socalled National tlck eta already out and the end is not yet tt Jt DOE CANTRILLS cull down of Gov Brown from his dally political ha tongues for tho benefit of tho crowd and jury under the pretcnso that ho was making an argument to the court was timely and deserved The judge made a mistake however In not fining Brows for contempt Instead of arguing with him THERE Is talk of Gov MtCrcary beI log put at the head of tho campaign committee for Kentucky A better selection could not bo oado Ho is a natural born general and knows as wall how to organize an army as to use It effectively In a campaign By all means make him chairman of the commute if bo will accept It IT Is sold that Jobu W Yerkes wil make 35 speeches this tall Ve hope that bo will tell the people in at least one of them whether It unfortunate ho should bo elected ho will pardon those of assassination suspects who are not banged by that time POLITICAL Judge J B White of Kstlll county was nominated for Congress by 10th district democrats Roosevelt Is to take a rough ride over Kentucky with the hope of saving the State to the republicans Bryan will attend the G A R en cainpmeni in Chicago next month and mako six speeches in New York in Oc tober Judge Vincent Borclng has again been declared the republican nominci for Congress In the 11th district there being no opposing candidate for the nomination Kansas populists refused to indorsi Jerry Simpson for United States Sena tor and hissed blm oil the conventloi hall platform after ho had made a bit tar speech against sumo of those who oppose his candidacy The National committee of tbo got democrats In session at Indianapolis decided oat to place a presidential ticket In the field this year Tho committee also declined to logo with the anil Imperialistic movement George B Hamlet a postofflco in spector of Baltimore hItS been charge with lending his railroad pass and badge and furnishing transportation to various persons It la also said that be was a Negro when ho lived in Louisiana but now passes for a whlto man Editor S J Roberts of the Loxtng ton Leader has been talking throng his hat to McKioley Said he era o going to elect Yerkes and Judgi ORear and we expect to carry rest of the State ticket for them theI have no doubt but that the vote will be for McKlnley Wo novel bad a better chance A dispatch from Plnevlllo says The Young Mens Democratic Club numbering over 250 members met at the courthouse Tuesday night and organ Ized J C Jones was elected president and D W Neal secretary The meet lad was very enthusiastic Every member promised to support Bryan Steven son Beckbam and all other democratic candidates 55ach Pbelps of Louisville has ten dered his resignation as a member of the National democratic committee gluing his reasons that be la a Ken tucktao and the events of the past six or eight months In Kentucky kayo giv en rlso to Issues which appeal directly to the people of Kentucky Irrespect- Ive of party and he believes all the people must stand togeiher on a platform which disapproves the course of the republicans f The Bowling Green Times says it is a perfectly legitimate inquiry of Yer kes if he will pardon the assassination suspects if be Is elected governor A refusal to reply to such Inquiry will be tantamount to admission ibot ho will exercise the pardoning powor if he Is t vested with it In the November elec flan It laic no wise an Impertinent question on the contrary it ia entirely callIiposes Lbe suspicions entertained by many lood citizens as to his purpose to in iarpose the pardoning power between the accused or those proven guilty soda just punishment on a felt trialIThe pretended democrat Beckham would spit at anybody That clnd of a democrat has gone from us forever He la a republican not a demI octal and the party is well rid of blm1- In Beukham the party presents to the people of Kentucky a Kentuckian of the Kentuckians in pedigree and in raining thoroughbred of the proudest lineage of spotless private character md too young to have gathered any nods upon his back or to have fallen Into my of the ruts yet old enough to lead in responsible affairs and to learn the dcar bought lessons of action out of the school of experience Such a man Is worthy of support upon his own merit and In himself Ho Is worthy of support as a democrat Courier Journal THE POWERS TRIAL At the trial Tuesday John AL Mel ot0 of the Kentucky Democrat tcstl fled that as Goebela body was picked up ho saw a man run across In front of the Statehouse holding bin coat up as- If to shield sqmethlng Two other men with rifles ran into the legislative luilding Miss Ella Smith of Bar bourvllle swore that John Powers in speaking of the ScottColson tragedy said There will be lots more blood ban that spilled before Goebel takes his seat adding that ho would be willing to kill Goebol himself George Lockhardt of Knox county testified that Caleb powers got him to go to Frankfort with him as a witness in the contest Ho said he wanted some ood standup men to go with him Ho said Before you go put two or three good revolvers in your pocket and remember that wo must understand each other without talking too plain Col D R Murray in cleaning out the adjutant generals oNce found a letter from Caleb Powers to Gen Col lier telling him that two companies In his end of the State refuse to go tc Frankfort except on direct orders the London company under Capt Ed Park er and tho Wllllaratburg company un der Capt James K Watkins Wo must have these men and guns Wo have undertaken a serious matter and wloI we must Seod some ono horn to Lon don soil Wllllamsburg Capt Ilawc refuses to gl vo up the key to the armory in Barbourvillo Please arrange it ac we can havo It Wire me Wo will have 1200 men or more Anothci letter of similar import signed by Cal eb and John Powers was also produced Wednesday McKenzie Todd who was Taylors private secretary was subjected to a lengthy examination ani his testimony showed that Youtsey ace others were ready for the slaughter ot the democratic members of the Lcgls laturo the day tho Van MelerBerrj contest was decided Youlsoy was In Powers ofilco with the window rasci and a rifle across his traces Ho told o the scenes In tha executive building a the limo Goebel was shot Pollccmat Jenkins testified that when Powers arrested and searched at Lexington i pouch containing 1300 was found Some papers were found the contonli of which witness did not know except that ho heard Powers say he had a par don J H Smith of Barbourvillo rc peated a statement by Powers It was We aro being wronged down there Wo wOn the race and If they wont get out soy other way I as ono bravo man will take my gun and go down char and shoot them out Yesterday Dave Wagner stated tbs t Powers said Wo could do eomclbtnj If the head of the ticket would act It ho doesnt I am going to expose th e whole damned plot Noaks was pu t on tho stand again and bull ragged b y defendants lawyers but they dicta shako hIm Sheriff Sutor told how b was barred from the executive build- Ing when ho vent to hunt tho assassin The judge fined Lawyer Owens 85 for contempt of the court in jawlni with another lawyer Wharton Gold en W H Hampton and ono other witI peso whose name Is not known will b e the star witnesses today and tomorrow Tbero aro Indications that as larg a mob will bo mobilized at Georgetowi as at Frankfort next week on the pre tense of being witnesses for Powers There seems to be a prearranged attempt to saddle the crime on Youlsey but as the men are Indicted for con- spIracy all are equally guilty if Jullt- a all NEWSY NOTES It has cost England 94500000 so far to wage war on the Boers tCoaoy won the 200 pacoat Cleveland 0 making the second mile In 202 Wallace Bishop of Covington was convicted of murdering a tramp and sentenced to death Edward Rojsell 21 and Burt Jcnk tog 45 met death tram foul sir in well at the O F C distillery at Frank fortThe death penalty was the fat awarded Wallace Bishop the slayer o Oiliest Mox McQuery of Covlngton June Eleven teachers have been indicted at Grcenup for soiling and using the answers to the ofllclal examination questions Two policemen wero killed and a thld seriously wounded In a street bat tle In New Orleans with two Negroes who resisted arrest Tho mob at Huntsvllle Ala didnt welt for tbo trial but took Elijah Clark ibo Negro who annulled a 13yearold girl from jell and hung him Grief over his wifes deaih drove Playwright Hoyt insane He is the author of A Parlor Match A Taxa- Steer and other merry comedies At Princeton In a political urgu nent A S Hopper struck A M Pol lard over the head with a whip handle md was in turn probably fatally cut by Pollard An explosion followed by fire In celluloid collar factory result lu the death of three women tbo fo led Injury of another and minor hurt w others A woman who appeared on the boat at Ocean Grove In a white Qannel bath ling suit was arrested us It was consld seed too utterly too too naughty and emorallzlng Mrs Anna M Jones of Marcus Book Pa swallowed a lizard and tho reptiles playful gambollog up and down her esophagus made her so nee vans she died A gang that professed to be avcng Ing the murder of two policemen tw days ago by a Negro desperado wen about the streets of New Orleans cut flag and stabbing Negroes Maj Thomas J Carson a Lexington urfraan bus gone to jail to remain 10 ddya prior to taking tho Insolvent debtors oath in lieu of Saying a judg moat of 85000 against him for shooting W E Singleton a photographer two years ago Tbo belief is becoming general that China has been temporizing with the rowora and ia takln advantage of tbo time thus gained to prepare for war evidences of whlcb begin to accumu ato The United States hitherto standing alone in lu policy of placing ionltdencc In the integrity of the Chi lese government sow begins to doubt and a suspicion arises that deceit has bean practiced in the sending of tho alleged message from Minister Conger Vdvices from Tlon Tsln tell a horrible story of the slaughter of Chinese and the utter destruction of the native city in tbe attack by thu allies Hundreds of dead are sllll unburied and are food for the hogs sad dogs Tbo Chinese era estimated at 11000 t MATRIMONIAL 1C T Roger ant Mils Kate Cbcsnej of Monttcollo eloped to Tennessee nnli wero married Henry Armstrong and Mra Alll Engloman Ballard df Junction City drove to Hustonvillo and wero married the other day Miss Kato Cohen and Mr Miller Stone two wellknown youngpeoplo of Versailles eloped to Louisville last Thursday and worn married Tho bride la a sister of Mr Mat S Cohen Miss Bertha Maud Epplnhausou and Hon T H Bussoy of Perry N Y were married at Shelbyvlllc The bride U a slater of Madame Cecilia Ep plnhauscn Ballot and Is poorly as tal sated and wellknown as she la Mr Busscy Is a wealthy manufacturer Tbo engagement la announced of Miss Eflle Hamilton Burnett of Winchester and Mr William Allen Northcutt of this city Tho wedding will take place at tho homo of tbo bride Aug S and tho couple will coma to mako their homo in Lexington where they will bo warmly welcomed Mr Northcutt le tho handsome young business manage of the Kentucky Stock Farm and hast been living In the cltv only a short while Miss Burnett Is a very attracts Ivo young lady and has already many friends In this city Loxingion Lead er Miss Burnett has just visited here and added to her long list of admirers In her former hom- ePUBLIC SALE OF CASTLE COBB Oxx Wednesday 829 1900 At 2 oclock r we will sell to tlio lilgli est bidder at the residence Castle Cobb tarm tbo Into homo of Richard Cobb de ceased Said farm containing ABOUT 300 ACRES Of the finest quality and best watered btu 0 Rraw land In Kentucky It It situated on- t tho waters of the Hanging Fork In Lincoln Dlllledtaaand Is connected with Unnrlllb and alilur rounding town with turnpike roads It Is convenient to Cincinnati Southern and t i N Kallroad Stations with good social and educational advantages and church costa ulences The residence Is a good frame dwelling ot 10 rooms and two attics two large barns cribs stock scalesi Ice houae and all other necessary outbuildings also a uplendli i orchard In full bharlng Farm ti laegrass a will be sold In one or two tracts according to best bid At the same time and dace will be sold aboutI acme ot Kaoblaad and some personalty Illcliard Cobb Jr nea r Uanvlllo or Mr Kenloy Tribble on the premises will bo glad to show anybody th a place mop desire to see It known Oa day of sale Ionscstlo prnctlyTHOMAS IMIFU3 nioiiAHncoiuiJHExccutort HustQuYille Farr Aug i a 3IPREMIUM LIST FIRST s Southdown buck any ageM C 00 Ewu any nge 1M 5 00 Muck lamb under 1ear 5 OC Ewe lamb under 1 year 6 OC 30tOC More and colt 10 00 Saddle gelding any age 15 00 Saddle mare any nge 16 00 Suckling colt either sex by any sire season for 1901 to ICed Leaf 25 00 Jack wader 2 years 10 00 Jack J years ami under 3 10 00 Jack any ago 10 00 Jennet under 1 year 10 00 Jennet any ago 10 Suckling colt either sex by Gallon 16 Colt either sex by Dignity Dare season 20 2nd pre cash no 30 00 Draft or gelding 10 00 nay rider under 15M15 00 Goat or pair of floats driven 5 00 Mare and mule colt either sex 10 00 Mille marc 10 00 00sMule 1 year nnd under 2 10 00 Mule 2 years and over 10 00- Mulu colt by Italakin lenonM 10 00 Handsomest boy under year 5 Double team speed style ttc 40 00 BECONUDAY CRroelw9aear 10 00 Bull calf year and under ID 0 Bull 2 and over 10 00 Hull any IIle1 25 00 Heifer calf under 1 carMM 10 00 10hCow ant age 15 New York saddle mare or gcldin 15 Pair mares or gelding 20 Itoadster mare or gelding 30 Girl baby under 1 yr from Gassy 10 Stallion or gelding yr under 2 10 Mare 2 vears and under 3 10 Mart 3 years end under 4 10 Mare 4 years nnd over 15 Guiding 4 yours and over 15 Stallion or gelding 2 yrs under 3 10 Stallion 3 years and under 4 10 Stallion 4 ypnrs and occr0 160tWorst TurnoutM 20 THIRD DAY jtalllon mare or geldIng under 2 10 Iaru 2 oara and under 3 1are 3 years and under 4 10 tare 4 years and over 15 trillion mart or gelding 2 under 8 10 Stallion or gelding 3 and under 4 10 Stallion 4 years and overM 20 Stallion any ageMM 25 Phaeton Pony under 15 hands 10 tockaway mare or gelding 15 iValking Stallion mare or gelding 15 gelding0FancyModel mare or gelding 10- Mare or gelding ROY ago 20 Prettiest baby under 2 years 25- talllon maro or guiding any age 160 W D HOCKKR Secretary J P HARiin Preside- ntSOUTHDO YN BUCKS I bare for sale some pure Southdown Ducks anel am prepared to handle nnt Indiana Kwts J loath at Conks Spring poitofflce Ilowlaud Kr POSTED- I hereby notify the public that mjr land Ii post trNZOAIIIngto Lbe full utent ottbe law M ELAND I x s iL s grWDIa LA DGRAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county r subject to democratic actlou THREES H WRIGHT Is a candidate for Asessor of Lincoln count subject to the action of tho democratic putty DINK FARMER Is n candidate tor Jailer subject to tho ac tion of the democratic party He solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County pertyM G Pnutrr KunALMKn PR ITT BROTHERS MOm LAXD KY For Furniture Undertakers Ooodi And Livery A very reliable Illack Mare suitable tor la dies to liveryhorse tSfOur Livery Is In Coal Shape Jr Wa PARKHILL M Da HOMEOPATHIC PETSIOIAU Or Parkhlll has had pence exnorlonC In tho general practice of and offers bis service to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cases opposite Court llouie over Iloaitav tiros Stable ONce hours from I to 5 r Special SALE 150 SUITS To Close Out At Below Cost To make ready for Fall Stock Now Is Your Chance ITo Got a Nlrn Suit of Clothes cheaper than you ever dill befoc Cumnins a AlcClary 34th Annual Encampment CHICAGO ILL AUG aytli To 3it t 1900 Low Excursion Rates Via The And Connecting Lines To Chioago Return Through ulna day coaches Pullman Sleepers soil In reclining chairs to Cincinnati males dOle conutctlons with Ienuijrlvanln Lines Viz Itoute C U D Bjr and Monon to Chicago Tick eUlth liberal return limit see small Mill or uk IarllculanW A Cincinnati t W r J IT ISOIB THING To toe wbut you want and another thing to possess 16 We show it to you nnd make prices that plats It within your reach Wo have undo an effort this week that is bound to move what we havo In Summer Goods Tis the Magnetism of Values That causes people to buy whero their interest aro protected Every department of our establishment shows the most reliable of goods at the LOWEST OF PRICES tt COO Palm Ladies Dongola SPECIALt Domestics Checked Shirting Cotton worth 7c goes this week for 4 jc Good Ibnl Ticking Oc Good Yiird Wide Drown Cotton Cc 30 inch JJleached Cotton oc 61 Red Table Damask tart color 25- o60Inch Itlcachcd Table Damask 26c Notions and Furnishings 3 Spools Machine Thread lOc 10 Dozen Ladles Fast Illack seamless Base lie 20 Dozen 25c Tan J Hose to close this week for tooIMen Fancy Baibriggnn Underwear worth SI goes this week for 48c- Mens Silk liosotu Shirts worth II epa cial this week 60c Goal grade summer Ccrsots at 24c Good quality nice fitting Corsets in Pink Blue or Whlto worth Sl In this dale 4Sc Ladles Shirt Walitit in Lawn Portals or Gingham 39c Louisville Store C Local Linen Dress Skirts 4Sc Blue Duck Skirts elaborately trimmed worth SI 60 for 70c Hough in fine quality Oraih Skirts DOc Clothing Boys Wash Pants lOc Boys Llnon Coats well mode for 30c- Mens Linen Suits 1160- Mens Lluen Pants 48c Mens odd Linen Coats OOc Mens Black Worsted Pants 03c 600 Pairs Mens Blue Cottonado Pants put on tho market title week for 39c We positively will not put away any thing In clothing to be carried over till next summer Wo will make that will astonish you Wo will mako it to your Internal to buy a suit for next Sumuiur They mutt go prlcrs wo know will movo thorn Shoes 100 Pairs vetting top tan Ox fords 60c- Mens Tan Shoot worth tl80 OS- cMens Vici Kid coin too tip dress shoes for II 60 Ono of this weeks SioecialwlU be a drive fn Ladles Trimmed HaLt AH lib and II 60 Hats will go for OScj all t2 1260 and f3 HaU go for 1160 SHLINGER BROS PRORS T D RAN 1Y MGB a eeaa I CLEANUP SALE On 4 Womens And Childrens Shoes s 1 And SllpperseiIf you wint Bargains see our IUHGAIN COUNT- KHW E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky OtA THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the mot uptodate Gallery In Central Kentucky having Leon re opticalscienceTHESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of tho very Latest Designs irk Jvjouldi r gs SuittleAmong the lot fa rho Saw French Joleurl le rll moultlln11 spcelall tar soluble- ttell clue Jllcturc8 Embrotlelttl MatI French Waler Galore anti all plcturcn that re- dulro a dalntlfraUie 1I11en in Danrille call aol see ue and got our prices lYr will save you moneyr1ftfJBL I CJBlQ13JEi 1mfS9 DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost overt kind Beautiful ilea of Stationery Blank Books of every description Office Long Distance Telephone Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 plod in Living Benefits Over 120000 Kcaervo and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment BondI t If not write to tho nDexplaoatlonSome of Its Strong Points It returns f169 and five percent interest for the average time for oath dollar paid in 2 Stock taken monthswith3 It is matured In consecutive order con equently all element of tedINow is the Time to The sooner you begin the sooner wll your coupons begin to mature For further information address J DAILSV Agent Stanford Ky r Effects priced Ladles patent A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary Lexington Ky jy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYJULY 27 1900 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAOEI Tin boat materials combined with Care skill and accuracy insure good results No other methods aro ovor used In our proscription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS REV FIIANIC W ALLEN who ha been sick Is better Miss MAUDE BEST ot tbo Wet End is visiting friends in Lancaster Miss ROSA METER of Louisville hi visiting her sitters and brothers hero THUEIIEAKT BOUKNE lantRlchmon tt taking in tbo fair and visiting frlondi Miss VIKOILENB BALLARD of Lou isvlllo Is with Mills Ella May Saunden- MnsJ F CUMMINS spent sovcra days with her parents at Crab Orch ardMISS LUCILE COOlEIl has Bono to Iluttonvllle to remain until alter tho f fairDn SIDNEY J GANG of Now Or lean was a guest at Uon G A Lack oys MRS B 0 HOUTON of Harriman Tenn is visiting Mr and Mrs J C Horton slits MAGGIE COUIINSNIL of Lou Isvlllo is tbo guest ot her brother W T Saunders MESDAMKS n T HAKIMS and M E Lord ot Louisville are guests ot Mite Mary McAfee MISSES JEANIE AND MATTIE WALK EK ot Garrard aro with their aunt MmJC Hays Mu 0 M SfOONAMOKB and daugh tcr Miss Eliza of Pulaikl aro with old friends hero MRS J A WALLACE of Lebanon spent several days with the family of John W Wallace Mn AND MRS W A EllKRSON and son George of Milledgovllle woro Into see us yesterday Dn AND MILS C A COX of Stan ford are visiting here this week Monticello Record Mit AND MRS J R MOUNT of Ls Grange spam several days with hot father and brothers hero PROF C M BEST principal of the MIller burg Training School was on a atilt to Rev W M llrltt MRs BllDKLL ClIANOELLOIt Joined tho Stanford delegation at tbo Wllmore camp meeting yesterday Mlt AND Mits E P OW8LEY and Miss Mattlo Flays Ow lcy returned W Columbus Ga Wednesday Miss ALLIK Bitowx of Louisville was hero Wednesday on her way ic Garrard to see her mother who Is ill MRs J R STUOKHV of Livingston spent several days with her father Mr William Martin who continues very t low Mils Josrlil CotE and sister Mrs Lewis Plgg ot Kan us City via ited Mrs W R Dllllon at Livingston this week JUDGE R G WILLIAMS of Mt Ver non was operated on for an abcots at Joseph Price Infirmary Tuesday and It doing nicely Mns ANNIE MCCLAKY and Misses Rebecca Spoonomore and Ida Iloltz claw aro attending the camp mooting at Wllmoro MESSUS MARSHALL POWELL of Missouri and J W Powell ot the Vest End wero guests ot Judge J Bailey and family HON G A LACKEY Is back from St Louie whore ho spent a month very pleasantly with his sons all of whom urn doing well there Mit JOE S Ricr who wont up to the Richmond talc Wednesday says think no fair was held In the afternoon on account of the rain PRESIDENT J P HARPER ot the Huetonvillo fair is at Richmond glv Ing tho management ot tho fair there a r faWpolnlor In the business- j W TATH secretary was hON Wednesday advertising the Brodhead l fair which ho says will be the best in i tbo history ot the association Mits NANNIE EMIIKY and daughter Mies Minerva and Miss Nannetto Heath of Nlcholoivlllo arrived Tues t dray to visit Mra T J Foster t REV WM SNYDEK who married a nleco of Mrs Kato Owsley of Danvlllo t Is hero from Lincoln III getting ac quainted with his Owsley relatives it MISHBS NETTIE WALLEU of Louis vllle and Fannie Eubanks of tbo Hubblo section are guests of Mrs Marshal Herring In the West End M D HUGHES Esq our highly prized correspondent is holding down Editor Louie Landratns tripod while ho Is doing the Northwest with the ed s store JOHN F WALKER who went to Por to Rico with Capt W D Ponny com l any returned Tuesday In very bad health Ho had been engaged in busl ness at Aroelbo Mu M F SMITH of Eaat Bornstadt a sufferer from rheumatism was brought down to Joseph Price Inllrm ary on a stretcher this vrook J M r Thompson accompanied him Mu D K WEAKEN who Is travel DR for the Kansas City Hay Press Cot la making a tour of the Central Ken t tucky towns Ho returned from Tent nessee the other day where bo sold 14 pressesMISSES LUCY FRANCIS and Jano Fe land and Messrs J L Francis J W Rout J H Meter J L Beoloy T D Newland Jr J T Monoteo and A C Hill wont on the special to tbo Rich t mond fair A DISPATCH from Frankfort says that only one republican member Rep resentative P 1L McRoberts of this county refused to draw transportation when ho did not uso It which speaks well for Mr McRoberts honesty 4 Ft 1tV n9 CW W WmiElts was In Loulsvllli this week MISS S Alt a CURTIS Is with friend at Is taking his vaca tlon at Huston vlllo Advocate Miss STELLA MCCLAIIY will beglt her school at Locust Grovo Monday MRS R E SALLEE spent severs days with her mother at Paint Lick Mite M 6 REYNOLDS wife of tbo deputy sheriff has the typhoid fever MESDAMES J T HARRIS and L B Nunuolley Bro at Rock Castlo Springs Miss LOUISE EASTLAND Is studying shorthand under Miss Lllllo McClary Miss NELL MEIISHON has take cbargoof the High School at Pain LickMISS Doric CABPENTEa Of George town Is a patient at Joseph Price In friend Grant North of thi West End Is rejoicing over tho arriy al of a son- MISSES GEOBGIA NEWIIUBS and Noll Adams ot Hustonvlllo aro wilt Mrs J M Alverson- Da W N CRAIG passed the exami nation before the State Board of Pharmacists standing second In a class of 30 loins M A BEAZLEY Mrs James R Beazloy and Dr and Mrs W S Boaz lay of Lancaster wore guests of Mrs Paulo Hays MISSES MATTIE MAY AND LILLIE LEAVELL the pretty daughters of Jos D Leaven of Garrord aro visiting Miss Alllo Fish MRs ED WILKINSON and children leavo this morning for Casey whore they will loin her parents Mr and Mr John W Moore and go to Russell Springs for a couple ot week LOCALS CIIAIJ OBCIIABD SIUINOS CUAIJ OBCHAUD SIMHNOS now open SADDLES good and cheap Geo H Farris J Co FBESH Cakes Candles Ac at War ron tL ShanksIHEALTllQlVlNO waters at Crab Or chard Springs FIVE bushels of chicken feed for 91 J H Baugbroan Si Co FUBNITUBE of all kinds good as now for sale Julius Negro ATTEND Richard Robinson gale near Proachcrsvlllo Saturday 1A TCDlO exchange coal for hay corn and oats Higgins Sims Phone 41 YOUR account Is past duo and we need tho money Please settle Hill h flockIONLY two days loft for the cut price sale on ladles summer underwear J P Jones COOLBST and baatptaco In Kentucky to spend tho hot weather Is Crab Orch ard Springs THOSE indebted mewill please call and settle I rust have tbo money Miss Annlo Philips TUB colored institute will begin Monday The white teachers will be held week of Aug 27 J W PEBIIIN has bought out his partner Mayor J N Mencfcc and will run tbo business alone Ma JOHN BBIOHT raised 11 bushels of rye on 116x85 feet of land How many bushels Is that to the acre THE tithing club received 100 small mouth blauk bass from the U S Fish Commission yeaterday and put them In tbo lake r A VERY heavy rain tell Wednesday rind since then It has been cool compar atively Tbo mercury was nearly down to CO this morping Ma J D IlIGOINSasks us to say he didnt throw up the Job of delivering Ice He says he couldnt get the Ice to louver U the reason ho didnt deliver It Tile anonymous skunk who marks filthy comments on articles In this pa per and sends them to us Is wasting good monoyln postage and proving to himself alone that ho is too dirty and disreputable even to be fed to tbo hogs OUttDAILY1 at deal ot the paco in the dally to bo issued during ho Uustoovlllo fair next week has been taken but It Is not too lute It you want to got In It will bo a splendid way to dvortUo your business THE catalogues for the colored fair to be hold at Hustonvllle Aug 15 hrce days wore gotten out by this lee this week The premiums are reaI onably liberal and besides the how of stock there will be cako walks tad base ball games AN APPEALM lag Mary McAfoe has ecelvcd a further and more pressing ippeal for aid for famine atricken India and she or Mrs L B Cook Mrs Mary Jralg or Mra Jl C Warren will reo alvo and forward all contributions wbloh they hope will bo promptly made MAMMOTH CAVEMrH E Chris tan of Junction City Is getting up a party to go to Mammoth Cave next Thursday 2d and those desiring to go should write to him for particulars or lIeo W H Wearon at tho First Na tonal Bank Railroad fare hotel c vlll cost only 81080 THE examining trial ot Arthur locker for the murder of GeorgoGar nett also colored committed at the Deep Well Woods picnic an account 01 which was given in our last was ailed yesterday and continued till next Monday on account of the absence iftwo Important witnesses for him f DiG bargains ID ladles low cut shoe J P JonesItr 11 FOR a good quiet rest try Crab O chard Springs PLENTY blank velvet ribbons all width J P Jones You mnst settlo your account duo Porno S Menofco They want to windup their business G W CLELAND of this place bas bought of Frank Kelley his proport in Junction City for 9400 DONT be deceived Wo can furnla you life sized pictures for less than an agent can Maggio Sacray W H BUADXS storo In tbo Myci House is now filled with ntce now gro eerie fruits candles c and bls friends are invited to call and gee him KILLED A dispatch from Colorad says that Henry D White son of Mr and Mr R L White of this county was killed by a horse No further par tlculars were obtainable EACH member of the hop club is Urn itcd to ono Invitation and no one wll bo admitted to the hop Friday evening Aug 3 without a ticket duly signed by the president and secretary THE Danville authorities wanted to charge Buckskin Bills show 850 to parade through Little Britain but tbe show people wouldnt pay It and a corn pramlso was effected The owner of the lot tho show put its toot on cbarg cd 8145 rent Things como high down thereIN loiter from Cap R D Noaks published on our first page bo admit that bo has boon used as a tool by thi L N which seems to demand thi most abject service of its employes Capt Noaks promises us some Interest lug matter soon which wo shall take pleasure in laying beforo our readers H R CAMNITZ postmaster writes that our papers did not get to Huston vlllo Tuesday and that tho people wero giving him fits They shouldnt blamo him however nor Postmaster J C Florence who does his best to get tbo malls delivered on time The fault Is on tho C S Cuss tho mall men on It sip Tills ofllco got out three papers this weelCtwo INTEBIOR JOUBNALS and tbo Kentucky White Ribbon and next week five editions of the I J will be Issued our two regular editions and a dully on the three days of the Huston vlllo fair It takes some work to do such things and at the same Limo at tend to a good run of commercial printing but wu have tbo facility and tbo will and dont mind them A CLOUD Irurtsr at Kings Mountain tunnel Wednesday turned it Into a Canal about six feet af water having rlt en It The tracks wero washed out for a considerable distance and as a result a southbound train was wrecked The unglue and four cars wero derailed but fortunately no ono was Injured The wrecking train was sent to the scene and after a great deal of hard work traltc was resumed Tbo northbound passenger train was delayed seven hours SHOT Hut Tuesday moenlngas Mr G W Goodrich was reading an assas nation organs comments on the Pow er8 trial ho remarked that the 100000 appropriated to find a victim was get lag In its work To tats W D Rag rsnJedtS80n of C S Rogers who l s sickly and small for his age replied hat tbo republicans had hired men to- Icln Goobel and If It took 8200000 the rholo conspiracy ought to bo brought out and the guilty ones bung His remark were addrcaJi d to Mr Goodrich mt Thomas LaPolloit a strapping big republican said that Rogers lied Rog rs hurled the Imputation back at him rhen LuFollett struck Rogers in tbo ace and on the body knocking him gainst tho door and finally out of it lagers then drew a pistol and tired at laFollctt three times two of tbo trlklng him one near the heart ballsI notbor In the hip Tho pistol mall ono and tbo balls hardly gottbro tho skin or Mr LaFollett would have eon sent to kingdom come As it was hu was able to got out of the way which he did as fast as his legs could carry him Rogers gave himself up but there ins been no trial yet LaFollett is a reacher but doesnt seem to work ouch at his trade- CHURCH MATTERS Rev Jamie L Allen of Danville Is xpectcd today or tomorrow and will fill lev F W Allens pulpit on Sunday Rev J b Crouch will preach at iVlllow Grovo church on the Danvlllo pike Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock Blfthop Charles D Galloway reports Lint the Methodist churches In tbo South have raised nearly 1000000 of tbe 1600000 they promised to con rlbuto before Jan 1001 to the Meth kilsu 20th century educational fund LAND STOCK CROPS 1C August wheat was 75c in Chicago catcrday Mrs Fogartys 27 acres of wheat averaged 33 bushels Advocate C C Smith sold hla wheat to WM Dudderar at TOc Smith d Nell bought in Cumberland county 550 sheep at taAdalr Now I will stand my Polled Angus bull at my placo at 8260 J W Daughman Am prepared to clean your seed wbeaf with the beat improved fan A Peyton H D Cockrell boughtof J FHoltz law 50 acres of land near Preachers vlllo at 950 J Carroll Bailey is getting W A rlbbles mare Kato Malloy ready for tbe Hustonvlllo fair and the horto that beats her will have to get up and get Quality f It is the high quality of Royal Baking Powder that has estab lished its great andworldwide l reputationEvery house wife knows she can relyupon t it that it makes the bread and Never experimentwith importantan the humanfood biscuit more delicious and whole somealways the finest that can be baked It is economy and everyway better to use the Royalwhose work is always certain never experimentalThere arc many imitation baking powders made from alum They cost less per pound but their use is at cost of ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK The first bale of now cotton sold in New York at IGl It came from Texas FARMERS have your wheat cleaned by an experienced man with a bran now fan C C Withers Stadford 2t Mark Hardln sold to T D Raney a small bunch of hogs at 4Jc to Charles Stringer a lot ot shoats at 82 and to H A Pleasant 13 hogs at 4ic Ho bought six suckling calves at 15- J W Abbott bought last year 20 aged owes at W from which ho sold 9123 worth of wool and lambs and has six lambs left and 13 of the old sheep ills 16 lambs averaged 112 pounds In weight and as 83 Anderson News There were 30 cattle on tho Win Chester market Monday but the Dem ocrat says prices were off and many were loft unsold Tho best prices of the day were for a lot of COOlb steer which brought a0 Seven or 800 sheep brought from 350 to 8375 wbllo some choice blackfaced ewes brought 8125 Richard Cobb of Boyle solo a doub le standard Polled Durham calf Min nlo Duke of Boyle by Tlppecanoo 10th and out ot Minnie 27th Duchess of Geneva to Lynn S Shanks for 9200 another to W T Ward Knight of tho Crescent sired by same and out of Prima Donna 31st for same price and a third to Lillard S Cobb Royal Duke of Grassland a Scotch top Rose ot Sharon also for 8200 Mr Cobb bae40 Shorthorns and double standard Poll ed Durhams individually and he and Mr Llllard will have a public sale about Sept 20 AN EXPLANATION TO OUR PA TRONS On account of furnishing Ico to Lan caster the leo factory has overtaxed its capacity and for this reason am monia has been shut off cold storage room which we understand will Ic crease the capacity about one ton and the Ice wo got in the morning was that which was pulled during the night and placed In this room and had melted un til it was all out ot shape rotten and in poor condition Blocks that should bavo weighed 200 pounds weighed from 130 to 185 pounds and we couldnt get enough of that to go around and we would be obliged to go back the sec ond and third time and some ot our customers were obliged to wait until 11 or 12 oclock before wo could got their lea to them which was very unsatisfactory to them and also to us On Sunday the demand was more than usual and wo larked about 1500 pounds of having enough and we wero told they pulled a block every 35 minutes and it would bo 0 ocJoek boforo we could get any more About 7 oclock there were numbers coming away with Ice We telephoned Mr Penny ot this and that it was not treating us right that we thought we should have the preference as our regular customers had not been supplied Ha answered that these par ties were his regular customers and that they bad to be supplied Wo went to the factory at 0 oclock and were told there was no Ice there We asked when we could got ice and were told they did not know as they weo retailing ii as fast as it was pulled The result was our patrons got impatient waiting for their ice and some of them went to the factory and got it themselves Wo tsle phoned Mr Penny of this and told him It was calculated to Injure us as our patrons wore depending upon us to de liver their Ico They could go to the factory and got It when wo could not get It for them We told him wo could not afford to be treated In such a manner Ho replied that If we were dig satisfied wo could quit al any time Then we told him ho could got some ono to handle his Ice at once that we could not afford to bo handicapped and disappoint tbo people when it could be helped It they had been without ico and no onu else could get It we would not have bad any kick but under the circumstances we did feel aggrieved and It looked like things were going r r as thlllllefLhis pay stopped simply got mad and qultand that without any hard feelings sincerelyhoperemain your humble servants HIOOINS its SIMS SEED WHEAT 400 BU MICHICAN FULTZ This Ii frwh Northern Seed The crop of If99 made a yield of 31 bushels per acre Tho crop of 1000 made SSVj buiheh per acre on corn ground with a heuvv stand of timothy Address W1 IIRIOHT Stanford SALE OF LAND AND STOCK MrMarthaism nee Crib Orchard on Saturday Sept 1st 1900 Her rim containing xti== AC ==o withbrtekhounrfserenorchard 0 withInriled with eoNlea If SINGLETON Admr Drs Slaving Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS Will be in DanTllle 310nJaI Wtdnnaari std Will U In Stanford Tunwlars Friday urdajri Thursdays and Sat OllieOSTEOPATHY This Sclent originated and developed by Dr A T Still of KlrtiTllle Ml dtlDdl on the principles of Anatomy earl Physiology for lit rv suit It require no faith no drug no rubbing no tunlcal operations ana claims hing super natural Oiteopatby views man ai a machine of to many parts its keynote Is adjustment When all parts ate properly adlualand not overworked health is the result Some of tbo dlipascs treated us venous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia ItbeuiuatUni Catarrh Weak Gym irauulateil Ufc Uollre Conuipatloulllmlull aotllJoilltU Huiile tI eaacs a specialty Consultation Free The GreenStore HUSTONUILLENew Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hats f Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before recent ad ranees and consequently the prices are lower than other stocks bought since went Seo uw new line of hot- YealherClolhing Low Gilt Shoes and Straw Hats JAMES FRYE TRJlIDEW1TH Higgins McKinneyv STANFORD K- YComfort r J Yc Is What You Want This Hot Weather r Then Go To HJMcRoberts r For that Golf Hat latest thing out Linen Hat Straw Hat A Cool Soft Silk Or Madras Shirt Low Cut Shoes and Serge Costs and Vests SHOEBARGAINS Cleaning up time and you are lucky to get a pair of Mens Shoes or ladles and Childiens Slippers We are offering Mens BLACK TAN Vlcl Shoe solid good goods at S14S Mens fine Tan Shoes sold for 295 to 4 at fltO and f2 75 Ladles Sllppirs at 7 8c Childrens SIppers at The Ladies Oxfords ti- roJ1ICGLER 8 MACEAt 145 Childrens Oxfords the Zeigler make at reduced prices All Dlack OZFoa isAt Reduced Pri- cesSEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House Most Merchants deal in claims wo deal in facts BAN AN SONS Builders ofJ GENTS FINE- FOOTWEAR I Make the highest class of Shoes manufactured and supply more of the Aristocratic Trade Than any other manufacturer We handle them in Patent Calf Patent Vlcl Plain Vlcl Vallous Call and Enamel Calf For medium priced wear we continue to hoB tHe our old line made by Helma Lcttuinu Co 33 to 400 JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad A ALLEN a cogf IJ And U3ujlders STANFORD KY Rave now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pino Flooring Doors SUslu Illlnds and of Dressed und tough Lumber Shingles und Steel Uootln Lo cust PosU dc We snake eslliuuttu on any kind of work wanted Office ouposlte Dr L nrtitrV t r TilE INTEItOR JOURNAL =Entered n the i otlofflce at Stanford at UeoMC molter- j b11ahrUisr cSrrtcS 1 PER YEAR CASH Wn u no 0 paid 500 will b cballedi KNOXVILLE DIVISION m Train gothg North U a m tIII 1 81 a 23 3 IIU62PFor allirotntt KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No ArrrUes Stanford at 108 No Lrnea SlInford at 2 Zo IArrIYfatJ lao at 1200 ltd Lcates Stanford at 2SO r x QUEEN CRESCENT Trains Roinf South IUS Junction City No1 notirjp No J llMr No5 ILAM No SI x So 843 oO12iPUkO1OIAK FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leave Frankfort atfcW IL 340 r ud 11 MI connecting at Uoorgenwn with theQ 4 C RetnrnlnIf1Ye LaTI at UII anJ 540 p reaching Frankfurt alter connecting with II A a train at a 710 P v ndSIFL Fhe Utter train leres for hurrttnwn u 71 r J It EWTO s U I A SOUTHERN RfllLWflY IN KENTUCKY iCodlnu Scksisls U flIt Ml tO 1900 usrnouxn No L No 5 No3- Lv LonUTlll 74am 400pm 745pm ShelbyYllleAr 910 m KSJpm Jr LTrncebg SiMam SSpm lImrmI Jr Versailles 1016am 647pm lor Lexloeton latiatn Tlipm lapm rESTBOUHU NO NaZ NO 4 t1 LexlnrtoB 730am 415pm M5an Ar Venallle 7t6om LPIn 515am Jr Larencebg Rseao r9upm r3amI Ar SheltiyTllle tlOam 815pm lor LouKrUle I4m 740pm 7Mm LUTBOUMO WESTBOUND NO No 1L1 STATIONS INo 12INO 4oopm 74sam LT Ixrjlsrll Ar 740pm iu40am 626pm laoOatnLT LarncbrAi1 aiOaa 715pm ta43m ArlUredsbcLT 440pm 7SOanj 73pm l4m Ioz lIumnL1 430pIn 7OaII SAJTBODITD fTKSTDOraU tfo ItltNaOTI 8TATIOSS INo lMtNoCS 4o pml 745am LT Lxnilsvll Ar ia4uam 74IlJIm klBpm D1c2n1Ly HbelRTll Ar 910am jU l47pm 1OmjLI Venlles MI 750am SOfpra Ar Midway IY 730am 340pm 740pmllL50nm AT Qeorirta LT s SWPS KASTBOCniX WESTBOUND mOo LtNO BTAtJOIIs oo 6 tNo 3 tI LY loulnIlATfj 74Qpm P LV VCrII11I 7O3rn MZpm 7 pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 158am 4l1pra IlLCEaml 830pm Ar Hlchnind Lrl 05am 310pm Ar Inrlne LT lWpm ItrttvnieLejlngion t lPAr Knorvlllo 7pm f rMbeyIIIe tIOIIIfl 1IO- IflIIIXSAV200Sb3I5amAr Jacksonville am- Ly Chattanooga drepml ar Iii AT Atlanta lasspmlllfiOam Ar Xfuvm IMam pm Ar Jacksonville 830am laOOpm LY Chattanooga LlOpin a4Aara Ar nirmlnchom 1005pm 45am Ar Meridian tiIam 30pm Ar New Orlean 810am Ka I through sleeping car Loulsytilo to Dir mlnchivm via Lexington and Chattanooica No 5 fee obMrvatlon chaircar LoulaTllU toLexlns on No II free obaerrallon chair car Lexington u Zxiulsvllle No letplngcar Birmingham to LouUTlllo via Ixxlncton All trains between LoulirlUe Lexlnfton and Burrln dally Between Veraalllea and Georgetown Nos II and ISdallj Nos67a 1633illjexceptSunday Between Veraaltlet Nlcholaarllle RlclaI Bond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally rSOKNONM VPJkOM J M CctFT M Washington D C Washington DQ WATonicaPA WMHTATM AGPA Waahlngton D tAuUvIll Itn Cumaorlana Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Fare better than ever Fishing season in full blast Daily hacks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further particulars J B OWENS Mon Parkers Lake Ky 8EAZLEY HAYS TJNDBETAKEES ALtO DULnl FuriiitureMattInsftugsAiiil They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ picCbMY I if UNDERTAKER Manufacturarntl Dealear In jSAJMTESS SADDLSBY 0I Stanford KyI JLTLV tLuJi Ik would bImll It the thousand of men accustomed to exist in the tclUes durln thThe Country and who Dad en tCenare at tble season of the year in the country were to seriously look into tho bcnedta of country lIfo the wholo year through handy enough to the city for bud ness and schools if need be but yet far enough away to insure iv more reposeful living anti purer air during tho evening and night hours writes EdAvard Dolt in Ladles Homo Journal Tho inconveniences are minor and no minor inconveniences can out weigh the rich advantages of tho thoIon ones Thousands of our business men whose hours and incomes make it possible for them to do so would be infinitely bettered by living in the pure nlr of tho country the year round Tho city no matter with what comforts they may surround themselves nor how they may wall themselves in against intrusion cannot give them strengthinbout him is at peace The very quiet of the country after nightfall is the best possible medicine for an active business man Anything conducive to a slackening of the present pace of our business men is a move in the right direction The other night at Lebanon Kan the town marshal used his club on a The Doctonoisy fellow who arrest The Fell Outprisoners head was cut severely and the jail authorities sent out for a doctor but the wires got caught in some way and two doctors responded instead of one Arriving at the jail the doctors straightway began to quarrel and in a moment they had cornel to blows After watching the fight for awhile the prisoner who appears to be something of a humorist knocked one of the doctors down and carried the other outsidet remarking as he did so that he could Ulerate no such disorderly con uctIn his private apart ments The next day reports a local exchange both of the doctors were ar rested and mulcted in the sum of 10 At the same time the original disturber wasflned 54 a circumstance thatwlll be noted with regret by those who re member the boisterous humor which once prevailed throughout western Kansas Twenty years ago so far from being lined this man would Have been treated as a public benefactor who had sacrificed himself to make a joke One of the features at the annual re union of the rough riders heldat Okla homa City on July 11 was a cow rop- Ing contest in which one of the con testants was Agnes Mullhall daughter of Zach Mullhnll the richest cattle man In Oklahoma She Is a very beautiful girl says a current report and recent ly graduated from Vassar college The cowboys call her the princess of the plains She learned how to rope the festive steer early in her youth and she can brand a steer with the same case that characterizes an old cowboy In a roping contest at St Louis several years ago Miss Mullhall won several prizes for her rapidity in throwing a steer She has the finest riding costume in the west It is made of buckskin nnd decorated vlth elk teeth A lady and gentleman from across the St Lawrence called on Rev Rural Dean Houston one night lately to Be married reports the Toronto News is the ceremony proceeded it vcas discovered that the groom had forgotten to get a ring The clergyman who is usually ready to meet any emergency got his wifes scissors and with the aid of the finger end of them was able to onclude the marriage ceremony Immigration to the United States is nustuilly large at the present time Tho figures for every month of the current year show an Increase over those for tho corresponding periods- In any previous year with one or two exceptions The total immigration for the mont i of May is given us 0812 and the figure for the present month is sure to be much larger The following appears among the ashion notes of n Chicago paper New valstcoats for men are made In croco dUe Bkfri soft and pliable with a highly polished surface made in green and shades of brown and some are laced in stead of buttoned They are cut high and are waterproof fIAt Columbus 0 a 15cent steak cpm prises the total of Jesse Duras contri butions toward the support of his fam ily In tjvp years according to the tes timony of his wife in divorce proceed Ins He only gave me that because he wanted to be good to me while ray daughter was visiting me she said A Kansas City young woman who is going away for thVs summer has an nounced the fact to her numerous young men admirers with the added note If yrfu have anything to say speak early and avoid the rush At a funeral of a girl of IG in New York city recently eight young misses her schoolmates dressed in white and carrying bunches of lilies of the valley acted as pallbearers The sight must have been Impressive a OF A SLAVE ISTORl and toot for yrarp by the luiinof 1I1la the wont form of slarrrr tonwD 1I1Ir Manchester Mich trls uun s l4Tu trs made tree He say nlfe ho ben K tielpLu for tire lhatli KUlJ not turn oYr In tel atone ttter uiliig two ottlrsof Kleclrlo lllltrrs sIze Is wonderfully 1m rutrtl soil able to do Itr own wrk Tlilsiu hue rrtntdj fur lentil dlspaies quickly mr rtousatM sIiesuc inrlaccbolr hrsilsrhr k the tainting ami dinv spell This latin working uifdlclne tilt gudsiflittO weak slrklr dun jJto1 Fiery Ijttlo IIlunule dOnISold lr fay nDrugIsi Kino pe sona drowned In Lake MIch- igan in 24 hours this V ckI TheorlitHr Do you believe that men are de scended from ourangoutangs asked the studious man Thats the trouble with these scien tists said Mr Blyklns They general ize too much They dont discriminate They get an inkling of the truth and then stop I know well enough that I wasnt descended from any ourang outang And I dont believe you were But there are numerous people about whom wo are justified In having our suspicions Washington Star The Secret Out Quadds Scrlblcrs new novel has iriade a decided hit among the fair sex Spacer So It must be quite an in teresting book On tho contrary its unusually tire some Then how do you account for 1U popularity The last chapter immediately fo- lIos the preface Chicago Evening News Willing to Do Her nutILady of the House JJiten cooki Ii am going to give a supper nnd a dance Now you will have to show what you can dosoa to koeup the credit of my establishment CookWith pi ensure maam but I con only dance the waltzes and the polkas Yon will have to cxcusome from the quadrilles TitBits A llopelesn Cnc Lawyer Perhaps Kve can make out an alibi Prisoner 1se frald not Bar warnt no praiMneotlng dat night no re viTal do Tennyson club didnt mectdat night nor de Social Purity league and besides dey kotchcd me comin right out ob de coop wlf de chickens Puck Obi IJrl nil IMrs YoungwlfeI want five pounds of sugar please Dealer Yes manm shall I send It foryouSo Ill take it with me if it isnt too heavyIll make it as light as possible for you maam Philadelphia Press Too Much Risk Mrs Wiggins remarked the min- Ister we wish you would let your daughter Join the choir Oh I couldnt think of it was the reply Minnie has such a sweet die position and I dont want to spoil her Ohio State Journal AVIlfnlly Mlannclerstooil Mrs Strongmlnd Women would not be the blind slaves of a party They would be quite ready to scratch can dl datesProf Sneers Shouldnt wonder I suppoecthey would even use hTTl nibs Brooklyn Lifo A Clash nt Arms Marie How dye do Isabel would have spoken sooner but I didnt know youYoung Woman Who ifesembles Ian bcl Beg pardon my names not Isa bel so you dont know me yet Chica go Record A ni uletlnjr TlionRht Tho bird sits moping on tho bough And takes It rather That he forsooth Is killed to dress The girl that dressed to kilL Detroit JournaL- flhtEtKEiG IT uiivnvr Mummy is that indelible ink that daddys got in his studio No Why- Because Ive spilt it all over the carpetilhy Sloper To tbe Juvenile 3Ilnd Paw said Tommy I dontsee why they call it a Turkish bath Why not- Because 1 all the Turks Ive ever seen looked as if they never took a bath ullChlcago Tfibune- Inveatigallun Proved It When I put my foot down Ill have you to understand says Mrs Nojoker that theres something there On investigation it was found to be a No 11 shoe TitBits Not Unique He Crowded were you I thought you went early to avoid the rush SheSo I did but about 5000 other people did the same thing Brooklyn Life A SerIous Mistake II am very much surprised to hear that they arc married 1 thought he was merely Olrting with her He thought so too Colliers Weekly With Mnllce Aforethought Phebe What makes you think you can break the will Brief What makes me think so Why I drew U uprown Topics Her Killer Census Man Who is the head of this family lieu reckr Mrs Peck is on the cooks day off Baltimore American A Cnllvr for Fnl her Farmer Theres n fine fat pig for sale here Can I see it hay calling out Faatller soraeun wants to see yer TitCits = i nAFSEss CASNOT HE CUIIEO Sly local appllrstlons as they Ioootreacb the dlttwwd of the ear Hiere Is only one way to cure deafness and that Is lif constitutional rtiiiedlet liraluiss Iscaiued by an IntliuicJ con dillon of the mucous lining o the Eustachian lube When this tutu Is Inflamed you hue a ruiublldg sound or luipcrlert hearing and when II iseitirely eioel tietUest Is the rtlultl and unlEss Ibe InllolllIloo can bttaken otiS anll this tub rulori l lo In Durunl condition hearing will lw destroyedureTer olnrcaMsoutof ton are cauedl hi Caturrh 111I011lnll butan laOlmed con nirui- WewlliglieOnellumlred Dollinfor say case of larnss UKd j that cannot te Iured J Halls Cataih Curs dtntl for circulars FJtHENmACO Toledo 0 Sold by PrtURlsts J5c Hairs Family IWs are the test r 1i W iy- a Sleep for SkinTortured Babies And Rest for Tired Mothers In a warm bath with CUTICURA SOAP nnd a single anointing with CUTICURA purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures This Is thepurcst sweetest most speedy permanent and economical treatment for torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin mid scalp humors with loss of hair of infants and children and Is sure to succeed when nil else tails COMPLETE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TREATMENT roR EVERY HUMOR 128 Sup OMX U elwuw rtla f crou tot set cnicrit Ulnllin J 01 SXitlJIlUr Itching n lerKalhM 54 oonth1111 butssd CVricrai 17lQ esl sr4 lsa tiibldl Sucti SIT om hi tmrnl lnsr nUa lurtia IJato MDCiuCoar utl n t fcll etMlrU Skis Scalp Iliad ail irrm Stanford Female College i Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres You Know That we Print Every Thing from a Vialtlng Card toa Circus Poster but you Dont Know How good and cheap we do It unless youve SlCn our samples and gotten our pri ces Write or call if youre getting short on stationery E C WALTON Stanford TbcrVs no need to go to the PARIS EXPO rAugust ipoo = 13 14151617 18i9oo 30000 r 30000 Live Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races Free AttiaotiorLS THE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND 5Fine Lads direct Hungary DUf Concrti3S TilE WERNTZ 1I- LYrMEMBERS6 Aeriaiists Supreme Theoo eclobratftd tAn11Iee will sST FREE PERFORMANCES each day In front of the grand stand and Unrivaled The AEa DJAN 7ICIiAVlll Include the most gorgeous extensive attractive array of amuse niprf return the beat and hghest priced artists and the grandest ctori o CrtenUl tart wmem ever congregated under inaii oucnt YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS ITS E U SHANKLIN Secretary Lexington Ky iirr PP Dosfprc sari small hand bllln THE FIFTH AYE HOTEL Louisville Kys The most centrally located and only FrESTdL8SSHotel la tim city making a 2 RATEOne block the principal shopping district nnd two blocks from tbo principal theatres Street cars vats the door to all puts of Th Cty Kver thing nea anti clean OLD MOCK WHISKY George O Weatherford has a contract for FDLI Cosvumc AD SALE Old Mock Whis ky In Hudtoovllle Ky II 0 MOCK Danville Ky FRITH HOTEL F PBAM01SCOProprlotor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY 3 flit Hotel la tbe inounUlni rates conililered furtrrt meet all trains Social attention to trar chug ben W S BEAZLEY Do DS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With VltalUrd Air rhjslclan la attend sacs Office the New Thompson Building 7- 8alII Youll find very thing no Big Pond to fear S Stock from TUB DULWORTB FOO- T8ME1IDERS8 Acrobats and aggro noverty features from tbreo of In FOX S LOGAN LIVEUY FKT5Q AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses utI Mle timmly on hand and fur nle at all tlmm W Loffim WOOll Mnr- rEXCURSION rhruah elNAhA to NIAGARA FALLS ATJCJ 9TM Return Limit August 20th 1000 AND MICHIGAN CENTRAL 57 From Cincinnati Low Rates from tributary points Ono of the most beautiful trip In all world to Americas greatest wondtr to t forApply deicrlptivH lealletIPass Traffic Mgr Cincinnati O j Foee NJGood property In tho town of Crab Orchard Y LANUOHAl Krlgcr Ky HOT6L FOR SHL6 Leading Hotel in Somerset with good liuslntix will sell or trade fur gvod Stock Tarui rlncl ally grass Milieu IKTKRIOR Jof RXAU POSTED 1127latinWM LANIKIIIAF Krlgw Ky myturnFnrl NlKiiirAllHtenb Ky LUTES I co LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Millcdgevillo Ky Vc hue on bands good Klerk Kwrs and barton lituda thoniiif tirrdBoulbdo n Kanm tot tale LUTES 4 fU BICYCLES REPAIRED Mont coroplftUt lllcyclo Store In Central Kentucky any break In a lUcy ole Workmanship lunrnnlccd- UANVIILK CYCLE CO r 115 3rd ft llmiYlllc Ky Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON lror Lancaster z Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything firstclaw 1ortcn moot all trains 89 JT T SUTTON LJndortalcer HUitonville Kentucky Offer hit services to thlfCIpl olt LltfoU and duty counllM Full stock of Coffins and Cask stsalwatson hand VI Carpenter Idanagir MIntoshs Livery fi feed Stable McKIrrEY KY Good Ulg at rea onablo tincvs Safe driver double and slnplc for day or night If you winS to work tuiseyanti adjoining counties McKlnney U the tilaco to drive from Hones well cared for by single teed day week or mouth A hullS of your I a nonage solic- itedWHITE HOTEL W II CAlltUEK InoltI CORBIN KENTUCKY d to TasMigrr tfepot Klntdsw IbraugtiMit liaise It f r day BC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Paper Hanging And Painting Bee mo before you let your painting I will satO ou money I will furnIsh Jlersad put It III the well from lOc up In othtr- word I will sell you paper as cheap a you Jrboltwork guaranteed J J IIKLDEN Stanford Jy Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your styleEllerteneoutteed You can liare your old vehicle made new for very little money J U OUKKIt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULACURE S Manufactured by J W Adams A Co Paint Lick Ky Is n pisranterd sum euro for horses itnu taulr adllcted with Fistula 1Mlerll Swinney tciulcbfs Saddle hart and Soft Enlargement Greasy Heel Klktrmpcr Ac For 110 by W It ilollob lJumpbrLlIlCrly K CaldwtII V Dunn lira nntsvlllo Kv F It lomlt11 lhllledgtvlllc- Den U Jeter Mlddlebprx Ky 8hbo Clure TurnersrlMi Kv BETWEEN LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE TO CaliforniaAND VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND 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