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TF Ar 1 r- s k YY y h K r n r SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I t ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY HT 1 H YEAR I VOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 31 1900 9 A MN043 I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Tho Stfmcrset fair has changed Its dato to Sept 25 four day fl D Marcum was appointed post j master at Dig Creek Clay county There will bo a reunion of the Blue r and tbo Gray at Woodstock Aug 1C to 17 The Danville Red Men cleared about 1100 nn their upper given for tbo ben cfltof tbo band All of tbo stock In the proposed bunk at Mt Vernon has been taken and bus Inc will begin Sept 15 Somerset will hold another election on tho whisky question Sept 22 The town has been dry sovnral years Mr and Mrs C C Glllliploof Som erset bad the misfortune to lose a lit tie son lat week The little follow bad been Ml for months Mrs Bert Owen of Rockcosllo mother of George Mulllns who was killed In tbo bridge disaster near Calvary has accepted Iala compro mile from the L N Mat Swanson who had recently re turned from serving a term In the pen itentiary was found dead with a hole In bis bead near Russell Springs evl fleetly having beenjbot from ambush QeoritoIShe Is In a precarious condition Ea ton escaped to Norton Va where ho Is now under arrest The London Echo man has a peculiar kind of wayof expressing himself In speaking of James Proffltt who Is a candidate for assessor ho says Mr ProftUt is a man who cats a living in the seat of his face Poor fellow ehouldlie made assessor byacclama tionA dispatch from Pcndioton Oregon says that Deputy Sheriff O C Moore of Whltley county Ky disappeared 1r Bownn oro out a warrant him charging him with intent 1aJalnt her husband J D Bowlln had coma to take to Kentucky for forgery John Linnoy son of Postmaster Ed I Llnney and Harold Tennyson both of Danville and George Purvis a drummer wont over the big dam In a boat at Spllmans mill and narrowly escap ed drowning They wero rowing lei surely down stream and before they knew It their boat was in the rapids and shooting over tho precipice They fell Into the rapids 16 feet below ICHUftCH MATTERS Henry Jones of Elkhart Ind killed himself because his wife joined the Baptist church Ho was a sanctified Duncan ot tho Methodist church says that Senator Tillman of South Carolina lied when ho charged an unwbolly alllanco of preachers and barkeeper led by Col Hoyt against the dispensary system The Dopklnsvllle Kentuckian nays that J D Ware refused to appear as a witness In advance of the civil trial and at no other witness appeared agairst Dr Piner the committee It it said will report In favor of dismissing tbo charges against the minister Dr finer Is now performing his regular pastoral duties and preaching twice every Sunday Tho Baptists of Harrodsburg are en gaged In building ono of the handsom est churches In that Interesting little city Whoa completed It will cost 815000 The Rev J F Williams Is pastor of tho church at present and Is popular not only with his people but with all denominations In Ilarrods burg It Is claimed that tbo first Bap List senron was preached on tho Payne farm within the present limits of liar rodsburg LovrVates West Railroad bargain days via the Monon outs Tickets will bo sold by Jho Monon route from Lou isville Ivy to points in Arizona Brit ish Columbia1 Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska New Mexico Noitb Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wy oming at one firstclass fare plus 82 for the roundtrip on Juno 10th July 3 17 Aug 7 21 Sept t 18 Oct 2 JU Nov 0 20 and Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour lets will be furnished with schedules and further Information by addressing E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky STORY OF SLAVE To be ton u l hand and loot fur yean by th chain or dleae li the wont form or slavery Ueorgen Wllllami of Mancbttler Mich ben bowsuch a tlaro wat wad free lie pays wlfo has been to brlplni for the year ilia could not turn ovrr In Mono Alter Ling two liotlln of mertrlo IHttrn she wonderfully Im iiroTed and ablll to do lur own work This au Irme remedy for leniala illw i f Iulr ruri nrrvoitin H lre lcwiut mcUiicbolr hrwurh iuck bp liliuliiftaml diu r ThU mlra rle worlnlIUIlr1l1l1te Kwlwuil to weak ilckly run down eI1le Krvry bottle KUirantoeU oily Mt Sold br 1onny Urugtel Elonora S Rattorman 12 and lIen ry Uattennauj 10 years old trod sister died In adjolqlng room- within live minutes of each other in Louisville Their physicians clai both Buccurabol to tho satno disease which thoy are at a loss to diagnose They wero buried in the same grave a t James D Berryu wealthy citizen of Sharpeburg got mad with his Negro cook her trains out with a shot KunII t A ROCKCASTLE SOLDIER Writes Interestingly Of His Travels Co ScwsoaoN LUZON Pe I May 30tb 1000 There being a great many boys la our regiment thd 47th Inf U S V from Kentucky and especially the vi deity of Stanford I thought possibly a letter from ono of us might bo wol comed by our friends at home as well as tbo readers of the JOURNAL fte loft Now York Nov 4th on tho U S A transport Thomas and passed Capo St Vincent tho most extreme part of Portugal Nov 14lb arrived at tbo fa mous rock of Gibraltar Nov IGlh left there on tho 10th Into the Mediterran can passing along the North coast of Africa sighting tho island of Sicily and arriving at Valette Island of Mal ta Nov 20h Hero wo went ashore for a review donning our new Khaki uniforms for the first time Wo pass ed beforo tbo military governor of tbo Island receiving much praise and also being highly complimented by the Mal ta press In the harbor wo met the Spanish transport Isla do Luzon con voying 1600 Spanish prisoners and soldiers to Barcelona from Manila We loft Valetto Nov 23d arJlving at Port Said Egypt Nov 20th This located at tho entrance of tho Suez canal from the Mediterranean and is a gay Orient- alcityAt mouth of the canal Is a fino statue of Ferdinand de Lcsscps the or glnator and promoter of this vast watercourse which is 09 miles in length and separates Egypt from Turkey In Asia We wore compelled to reduce our speed to the knots an hour and take on searchlight going through the canal at night It was a grand sight the desert Illum inated by our powerful lights enabling us to see the Turks and Arab with their caravans encamped for the night Wo arrived at Suez at 1030 A M Noy 123th remaining their only one hour itcnmlng through tbo Gulf of Suez into tho Rod Sea passing the 12 Apoltlo Isles and Mt Sinai arriving at Colombo Island of Ceylon Dec Oth Hero are are located the largest tea planta tions under cultivation In tho world In tho harbor wo met the U S cruiser Nashville aiso bound for Manila Wo yliUcd the Buddlsl temple and British Museum and left Into the Indian ocean Dec 11th arriving at Singapore Dec 10th This city Is Inhabited by Malays Turk Arabs Jape and Chinese and garrisoned by English soldiers This harbor was one of the prettiest wo had entered on it bank was a beautiful monument erected in honor of an English lady who was killed on thlapot by a tiger while awaiting her betrothed We left Into the China sea Dec 10th and crossed the equator at 2 P M pay log tribute to Neptune by holding high carnival aboard ship a custom that is always observed by sailors on such occasion Wo arrived at Manila Dec 22d die embarked tho following day going to San Pedro Macall part of the regiment remaining there In garrison Companies 1 and M going to Taglug and G K and L to Panlg City on the North firing lino We took up quarters In an old Spanlh aihedral relieving the 37th Infantry U S V remaining there until Jan ICth when wo wero relieved by the 20th Infantry U S V and took Cascos to Manila Wo bad several opportunities of visiting Manila and Its walled city across the bridge of Spain Wo were assigned to Gen Kobbes expedition to open all torts on the lands of Loytc Samar and Southern Luzon This comprised the 4lrd and 47th Infantry U S V and ono battery of tho 3rd Light Artillery Wo sailed Jan iSth five transports the cruiser Nashville gunboat Helena and ono die patch boat arriving oil tho city of Sor sogon Jan 20th Co K was tho fret ordered to shore as scouts and provost guard We soon mode ulandlng meeting with no resistance about 600 Insur gcnu retreating to the mountains Four companies disembarked hero Compa- nied I and L remaining only a tow days when they were ordered to another garrison leaving Companies K and M at Sorsogon Wo have been kept busy over since we landed scouting okirm ishing chasing Insurgents and having several engagements- On Mar Oth a party of 10 went to Gubat where there bad beenlsomo Chi namen murdered and robbed on tho 7th 15 moro of us went there to re enforce them arriving about 230 A M on Insurgentstown and firing It by shooting blitzing arrows Into tho roofs Wo were met on tho beach by a crowd of frightened Chinos currying Immense earthen pots filled with otlver coin Thoy beg ged pltcouslyfor our protection After a hard tight wo rpuied tho enemy but had skirmishes with them dolly for a relievedr OnaMar 24 wo went to aboutolgbt insurgentsmwore burning the town They bad car tied off the native president and were pillaging the stores and houses We met thorn about two miles from the city and a tow volley soon dispersed them to tbo mountains Wo killed two and captured two The following da wo loft a detachment of 10 men to gar rison Bacon tbo balance returning to Sorsogon On April 10th 300 Loser gents marched boldly on ue at Bacon but our KragJorgecscn rifles proved too much for them Wo killed 14 and captured two among the killed we found tbo body of their captain At this placo wo have had several skirm ishes killing a few every now and then On May 3rd a largo force attacked Co L at Gubat and met with a terrible reception 150 of tho enemy reported killed We have bad several skirmishes at Sugod Castollo Cassagora etc Soreogon was becoming quite a commercial point and had brilliant pros pects for the future until the morning of May 21st when fire broke out in tbo market placo and the whole square was soon In flames it spread taking all the buildings along tbo river bank where the poorer classes lived also sweeping both sides of the main business street and burning tbo Chinese quarters There was much excitement Guard were placed at all part of the city prohibiting people from leaving or entering tho city Merchants were run ning hero and hero begging some ono to enter a burning building with the hope of finding their hidden box of gold or silver Silks satins and merchandise wore carted away and dumped in piles at a remote distant from the fire Quite a number wero burned about their feet arms and faces but none so riously Wo had no facilities for fight log fire so everyone we met was compelled at the end ot a bayonet to give a band and help demolish buildings We got It under control about 2 11 They are clearing up the ruins and I expert a better class of buildings will soon be erected It was qulto Interesting to watch tbo people digging through the ruins for a tow day afterwards in the hopes of finding something valuable Now and then some one would find a valuable Iron box but too hot to handle This would be Immediately taken charge of by the olllcers to be turned over to tho occupant of the building previous to its destruction A great many ecucd small amounts 810 and 115 such as they could conceal about tbolr person This city docs a large shipping business in the hemp trade and is bound to bo the most important city In Southern Luzon GEORQB W REYNOLDS Co K 47th Inf U S V late of Brodbcad KyQCRA Elks Street fair horse sMw and carnival Lexington Aug 1318 One fare for the rund trip from all Queen Crescent points in Kentucky and iron Cincinnati each day of the fair These tickets are good to return until Aug 20th Do not fall to go Apk ticket agent for particulars Patrons of the horse show and carnival of 1000 will be Introduced to a most gorgeous and ex tonsivo array of amusement features Within an enclosure will bo aggregated no less than 16 separate and distinct shows which will conspire to furnish every form of wholesome entertain ment known to man A hundred differ ent features with the thousands upon thousands of varied effects will make it the Mecca for both young and old Many of these features have already been secured with contracts for others are dally being negotiated and will bo announced through all papers billboards and other advertising mediums Araotag the features already contracted for aro tbo performing horses ele pliant camels trained dogs donkeys menagerie of wjld beasts and Japanese theatre Nlcbulosvllle street rail Au 2 and 3 One turn btjtweeu GtuftllWII and Junction tiiv GOt till 4ili iviurn lag Three gruud luldjuuuyci excursions Niagara Falls Thousand Islands and Toronto all In ono via tho Quepn Crescent route Aug 2d Otb lUlh only 1005 Niagara and return from June llun City Through trains day coaches and Pullman sleepers Cincinnati to Niagara Aug 2d via Big 4 Aug Oih via C H D Ry Aug 10th via Erie Lines Tickets good 12 days to return See small bills or ask agents for furth er particulars a TEN DoLLARaMichigan and re turn delightful trip via steamer Manltou For Wednesday August 15th the Mouon Route will sell tickets from Louisville via Chicago and S S Manltou the finest boat on Lako Michigan to Macklnnc Petoikey Bay View Wequotonslng and sister resorts at the remarkably low rate of 810 for the round trip Tickets will bo good returning 15 days Bookings should bo made at once as the pajjy will be lim ited to accommodations assigned Par ticulars of E H Bacon D P A Lou Isvlllo t SPENT A GOOD FARM DOOTOm O hnnsaellrsays ho spent a good farm doctoring him self for chronic diarrhoea but got no lief and was afraid that he must die He chanced to get bold of a bottle of Cham betlalne Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was permanently cured It Fo sale by Craig Hooker Drug gistsaTVOLOAIIIC ERUPTIons Are but Skin Eruplloni rob lire of Joy nuckltn Arpin Salve rum them slo Old tun- 111w and Ferer Sans Ulcers Iloib Felons Corns IJurni Scalds Chapped earthyguarlnteed Sold by Penny VrtJiiCat LANCASTER PJOrldalelwith 34 export cattle weighing 1COO lbs of Leander Davidson at 6o Mr R L Elkln swept the deck at the Richmond fair wjth his fowls taking first premium on chickens and ducks Judge Burnslde Jot 100 fish from the government car to put In Dlx river and Ed Minor and W S Bcazloy got 100 each for their ponds Our boys wont to Hustonvlllo Satur day and were defeated at base ball Tbo Hustonvlllo boys will como hero Aug 7 to play another game Ed Minors now mill is nearing com pletion and it will have all tbo modern appliances with a capacity of 100 bar role of flour per day The Lancaster Flouring Mills have also been supplied with uptodato machinery School Superintendent Miss Eliza Lusk announces that the colored teachers institute will be held at the court house August 6 to 10 conducted by Prof Frank wnilamt of Louisville Trustees day will be Thursday aftern- OOn of that week The white teach ers institute will be held at the same piece August 13 to 17 conducted by Prof T Cherry of Bowling Green an eminent educator with much exper ience in Institute work Certificates will bo revoked for failure W attend the full session unless absence is caui ed by actual Illfleee On Sunday morning the lifeless body of Henry Hughes was found on the west side of the railroad track between the depot and the residence of W H Hughes father of tbo deceased to which place be bad started from town walking along the railroad It was ev ident that one of the night trains had struck him causing Instant death His right arm and shoulder were fractured his back broken and his head badly bruised Dr J M Acton was called to examine tbo body and an inquest will bo held today Monday Funeral services will be conducted at tho rest dence at 4 P IK today by Rev T H Campbell after which the romaine will be hurled In Lancaster Cemetery Deceased was 31 years of ado and unmar rled He was a bard working man and had a high sense of justice and right between man and man and had a num ber of friends On Sunaay morning at 4 oclock Jas Dillon died of consumption In the 68th year of his ale The funeral will be conducted today at 2 P M at the Free byterlan church by Dr J L McKee assisted by Rev T H Campbell The remains will be attended by Knights of Pythias and members of the G A R he having been an active member of both of those organizations De ceased was a member of the Presbyte rian church and an advocate of every Institution or enterprise that had in view the betterment of mankind His widow and one daughter Misn Nellie surulve him Ho was a Federal sol dler and served faithfully from 1601 to 1065 Having partially lost his hearing In the service ho drew a pension Ho belonged to several fraternities and was never happier than when doing something to promote the interest of those order Being public spirited eminently social easily approached and kindhearted he had a host of friends here and elsewhere Dr J B Klnnaird and Thomas Stevens were in Louisville Monday Mr J A Royston and family have moved back to Lancaster Mr Jas W Grit tin of Lexington has been very sue cessful In soliciting young men In this and adjoining counties to attenJ Lex ington Business College Ho has many friends hero who wero glad to meet him ExGoy Bradley was at home lust week Dr H M Grant and Mr H M Ballou aro exulting over the arrival of democratic sons at their homes Dr Wesley and family went to Middle burg Mr John Ferris of Lexington was hero with his mother Thursday Letcber Owsley has returned from Ohio and be says Bryan will carry that State Mr S Minor of Louisville was hero Friday Miss Ida Vlcker of Atlanta is with relatives in this vicin ity MrJ T Hays has returned from Barbourvllle court Ho has received an Invitation to attend the meeting of tho American AnilImperialist League atr Chicago but he will not accept un til ho learns whetberor not It is to the interest of the democratic party Messrs J A Gastiaeau and Reuben Smith of Pulaskl are guests of J M Gustlneau Mr T C Gulloy has gone to Russell county to buv sheep PREVENTED A TRAGEDY 10101Nedy and anti two Ines A frightful cough had long kept her awake ever I night She had tried many rciurdle and doctors but tiaillljr grew try I r lng ex cured her the writes thhj uealocured Mr Long of a to sere attack uf Pneumonia Such cure Ire tail tive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat chett and lung trou biro Only Woauilll Every bottle liuaranlenl Trial bottle free at Pennyi Store C it O EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITYOn Thursday August 10 tho Chesapeake Ohio will run an excur iliaD to Atlantic City Tickets 314 for round trip good going on either mornl Ing or night train Wrlto for partic ulars G W Barney D P A An atrociousermurder of old Negro woman was committed by tbo New Or leans mob J ELLERSON PADGETT FOR years the INTERIOR JOURNAL has made It a point to print the pict urea and biographies of Lincoln county people who bavo reached four score and will continue to do so when photograph and particulars are obtainable The subject of this sketch was born five miles East of Waynesburg Feb 15 1820 making him 60 years and over six months old and with the exception of three years spent In St Louis 1842 45 in the brick business he has lived his long life In the neighborhood On his return to Kentucky bo jvaa elected constable and served three years In 1810 he married the Widow Leacbwbo was Miss Emily Goo b and four chil dren were born to them only one of whom Roland D Padgett survives and with whom the old man has lived since the death of his wife In 1800 With the exception of merchandising awhile at Wayncsburg and Eubank be bah followed farming and school teaching all his life He was a justice of the peace for 12 years and during that time married 60 couples For over 59 years Mr Padcelt has vexed the straight democratic ticket regarding It as almost an unpardonable sin to scratch oce For some time ho has had heart and stomach trouble and is growing very feeble His parents came from Louisa county Va in 1810 and located In this county MATRIMONIAL B G Kirby ot Paint Lick and Mis Molllo Blankensblp were married at Henry Blankensblps near Preachers ville Saturday Many a man puts a fine monument over the grave of his wife who made her get up and light the fire every morning Rams Horn Rather than give up her religion and be married by a Catholic priest Ml a Emma Thompson of Paducah broke her engagement with Paul Ferdinand Carvlerl of Prance John Smith started to elope with a daughter of Blge Hampton in Adair when the old man appeared and tried to prevent his daughter from goln ThereuponSmlth shot him Miss Elizabeth Blair of St Louie called on her supposed true love In the Presbyterian Hospital New York found anotber woman claiming to be his finances had called on him and com mltted suicide Mrs May Darnaby Muir who got a judgment against her motherinlaw for 7500 for alienating her husbands af Lexingtonkind of alimony The Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL Is publishing marriage notices in its Land Stork Crops Etc column However on reflection we believe that Bret Walton IB as usual right Georgetown Times Chauncey Marina and bride of In dianapolis are the heaviest married couple on record Morlan is 20 years old and weighs 743 pounds wnlle his bride who is younger and nuj fully grown weighs 454 pounds Lady Randolph Churchill nee Je rome was Saturday married to Lieut George CornwallisWest at St Pauls church Koightsbridge London She Is 53 he 26 The bride is very bcautl ful and looks 25 years younger than she Is EXCURSION THRO iron CANADA TO NIAGARA FALLS The C B D Ry will run a popular excursion to Niagara Falls by way of Detroit and the Michi gan Central through Camilla Tickets on sale Aug Oib return limit Aug 20th Price for tho roundtrip from Cincinnati will bo 87 correspondingly low rotes from all points Apply to C H t D Ry agents for leaflet giving full information Au experienced agent will accompany the train to look after tbo comfort of passengers If you take this trip you seen tho greatest pb yBlg4lywoadUCaUf our earth a BISMARKS IRon NERVE ladepdtablewhere Stomach Urn Kidneys soil nowelt are out of order you want three qualltlo ami tip ImTbeyOnly 23o at leoo Store We have sold many different cough remedies but none has given better satis faction titan Chamberlains says Mr Charles Uolzhauer Druggist Newark N JIIt is perfectly safe and can be relied upon in all cases of coughs colds hoarseness Sold by Craig Hocker Druggists r i State College of Kentucky thefolowlngScboolClItofstudyproIr x museums are largo well equipped comprehensive modern The last Legislature approprIated 130 000 for a college home for young women and 930000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men CongressGraduates and liberal remuneration Tile demand ie largely In excess of the ability of Ihocolll18cto supply Last year the matriculation list was 563 v couneeof r JAMEY IT PATTERSON Ph p L L D President Or to V E MUWOY Business Agent YU Term flc lps Sept 10 1900 LenU U Fivo I Minutes of lour time and drop In and see our new quarters and incidentally let tw show you some of t- heMidSummer Bargains II J We are offering in Clothing Straw lists Shoes Ac J IT PAYS TO TRADE AT I THE GLOBE j Your money back if youre not satisfleJ Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman Co Trussesr Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hocker Stanford A C SINECO- NTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFOBD EENTTJOXY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered IINNim ee Clothing Rnd Hats At Close To Close OutINow Is Your Chance To Get Bargains In The Abuvo Lines Geo II Farris Co PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books i t J Stationery Paints And Oils y Telephone No 2 vJ Stanford Ky e t t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD Ky JULY 3I 19oo w P WALTON flyIOCRflTIC TICET For President sWILLLiif JEMIXOS JJItYAX Of Mbrada For J cePrC8ictJt ADLAl E STXVENSOX- Ofjllinoit For Governor J C w BECKIIAM- Of Nelson For Congress GEORGE G GILBERT OI Shelby No case against Powers shriek the aaaaaalnatlon organs ID chorus They have been shrieking this crc since he was Indicted and now that th Commonwealth has showed Its hand they continue to make the assertion when every man with an ounce of com prehunslnn satisfied that a case o more deliberate conspiracy to murder was never wade out The testimony be It remembered has not come fro democrats but from members of Powers own party 61 of the 07 being publicans and 18 of them coenectc with the Taylor maladministration Most of them hive stood high In the x party s councils and when that party through Its organsrof assassination charge that the 100000 fund has done the work they discount end discredit some of their former beat men Pow era lawyers made the usual bluff yesterday of moving for peremptory In structions to acquit but of course Judge Cantrlll did not for a entertain It The defense now baa l inning apd It will take testimony a strong even as the proofs of holy writ to give Pflwers even eke least benefl- of a doubt of his guilt A conspiracy has been proven beyond peradventure acid while the proof may be stronger in tome parts against others of the con spirators the law makes one as re possible as any of the others for the crime It Is almost Impossible to con ceive how the Terelot can be otho than that of death In this connection It Is pertinent to ask why the Louisville Post Dispatch Lexington Herald and other papers of their Ilk should want to make it ap pear that a criminal Is not guilty whet- the proof Is ell dead against him excep- that they are hired to defend assassins and to advocate government by assagai nation If Powers Taylor or any of Urpeople and papers should rejoice In the tact that it has been proven and a foul crime Is to be avenged Though it was poUticstamed in connection with it but the accused be treated with the same con Ireaternorany other common every day murderer aud assassin Let justice alone be done GROVER LAID who will not resqulat in pace In the political grave bo dug for himself wlegraphsthe New York Times tliaL hVdld not sBy hat it is no part of tho duty of a democrat this year to wander oil Into third party organizations hut If he can not sup port MjKlnley and will not supports ISjtosoon the idea formulated by Abe Lie coin You may fool some of the peo ple all the time and all bf the people some of the time but you cant fool all the people all of the limo The Me jKlnley Aid Society ticket last year has cured the country of sucker l THE New York Sun which since its conversion to republicanism has been the loudest shouter in the meeting thinks that the democrats have an al most positive assurance of a majority In the next House as the prospect is that they will elect a solid block of 120 representatives in the South To secure a majority Intbo next House they will have to elect only additional mow bers and to acquire these 59 members it is not necessary to carry a single Northern State for the presidential ticket The Sun sees the handwriting on the wall and sounds the note of alarm that Hanna may get In his work which we believe and hope will be in vainI THE republicans of Wayne county are the most rambunctuous of any we have noted Among their resolutions they say We demand a free ballot o a free fight a fair count or a fair fight and the restoration of our civil rights or the inauguration civil war Some body ought to have said scat whe this was adopted and there would not doubtless have been enough left to fin ish the business LONDON republicans gave Judge Brown a blowout on hearing of the courts decision In his favor and against Hon John Henry Wilson but It may turn out that they were a little previous and somewhat premuture Mr Wilson has taken an appeal aud the court of appeals way decide in his fa vorA WILKKSUAURE PA woman who lathe mother of 25 children says she 1agrees with Grover Cleveland that married life Is one grand sweet rlI1 her children are like most others It would appear to have been mrloDff loud howl Instead JOHN W YERKKS is a smooth man a nice man and an attractive man Ho has a smile for his friends and n tear for his enemies but all is not gold that glitters and pretty eocalled diamonds have proven to bo worthless paste Mr Yerkes Is the head of a party which has In convention endorsed thu acts of Taylor and his corps of conspirators and stands flatfooted on that platform IIo is therefore no better than his par ty and worthy of no consideration be cause ho appears more decent than the majority of the gang At most bo Is only the best of a very bad lot A RUMOR was current In portions of the State Sunday that Taylor had been assassinated but of course It was un true Nobody wants to kill a man who Is soon to be hanged POLITICAL Goy Oeckham has made Gen W H Gentry a colonel on his staff The mother of Hon James D Rich ardson the democratic leader in Con gres died at Murfreesboro Teen Hanoas handy man Eaten G Kath bone was arrested In Havana for rob rbing the podtofllce and released on 25000 ball The Louisville Times states it aptly and truthfully when It says that the hellfChairman Young of the democratic meetingm1th district congressional muddle thedcarry Boy over Yerkes and that the democratic ticket wlllbe elected this fall by 12000 majority Charles A Towne will be withdrawn from the fusion populist ticket about Aug 15 The populist committee will accept his resignation and replace him with Adlal E Stevenson Attorney General Brecklnrldge holds that State Senator lye and other re noislteedtocan- s not draw mileage therefor rtetents says North Carolina will give the democratic ticket and the proposed constitutional amendment 40000 ma jority A dispatch from Princeton says The State Enoir Nothings a new political delegatesrnominated Preston B McGoodman o that city the founder of the party for governorThe party will bold lie con vention at Louisville Wednesday to governortly the partys candidates for president and vice president will address the conventionNo better than the cause be represents John W Yerkes may be a Sunday school superintendent yet be Is the chosen candidate ol the thugs and murderers who killed poor Goebel Ho is not one whit better morally or politically tban the crowd be leads A man Is known by the company be keeps out of Frankfort Democrat Tbe Brocklnrldge News has declared for Yerkes for governor and Jolly the republican nominee for Congress tn the Fonrth district Bob Jolly mortgage on the News appears to behaving a wonderful Influence In shap oIng the political policy of that once nboitiMedengor The third district republican I tee met at Bowling Green and ordered a district convention to be held at Bow canIdJdate It Is Gov Beckhaius duty to call to carllestjpossible election law Amending is not theI thing It will only make matters worse Repeal and return to first principles U the only remedy for exist og evils Tbe republican will be routI ed estranged democrats wilt return and we shall sweep the State Cyn tblana Democrat If Gov Beckham will open his carer to oho s of democrats whose euccesslofrily for his election be will seriously consider the demand for the repeal or satisfactory modification of the present general election law In Kentucky The demand with democrats as well as republicans is Inexorable and it Is utterly impossible for any friend of the bill to give any reason for its continuance on the statute books thai will answer the absolute demands for Its repeal or material modification Bowling Green JouroalIWhile In Cincinnati last week romI CincinnatirEnquirer that be did not believe Yer kee the republican candidate for gov ernor can be elected Asked why heI aboutnthe Bradley and antl Bradley factions being pacified The Reeling Is just as bitter as ever end they are wide apart The antiBradley faction know that if Yerkes is elected his administration will be but a repetition of the Bradley Collier administration Collier would be adjutant general again it Yerkes Is elected and Bradley would dominate oho appointments and administration Mr Yerkes 13not popular In the rooun tame The republicans there claim that ho never carne among them or mixed with thorn at the State conventions They think he is too ouch of an aristocrat II ILls generally believed that the ministers are alive at Pekln and held as hostage They were certainly alive July 2L Fs NEWSY NOTESI There are 1700 saloons In Chicago The janitor of Ann Arbor MIOh11 who In the years that he University there bandied over 2000 stiffs Is dead While on his run from Louisville to Lexington Mall Clerk James R Clark fell dead He was a nephew of the late Senator Beck In last weeks war operations In the Philippines 10 Americans were killed and 14 wounded The Filipino loss was ISO killed and taken prisoners A freight train dashed Into the sleep WestIwounding nine of the occupants- In accordance With his request that his body be burned and tho ashes strewn to the four winds tho remains of Wm Case were so disposed of LaFayette Ind Sunday King Humbert of Italy was assassl nated In Monza Italy Sunday evening Ho was shot three times one bullet piercing his heart Angelo Bfessi the assassin was arrested He Is an an archist Assistant Adjutant General Murray has a comraunlcrtlon from Secretary Root announcing that the appropriation made for the Kentucky State militia for the year ending June 1000 Is 122d2i92Two freight steamer lints In competition have cut rates so low that the more freight they haul tho more money they lose The fight now Is to see which one can give the other tho most business Kentucky Is the 4th largest contrib utor to the Internal revenue fund th amount for the fiscal year being 824 472383 The total collections wero 129531010757 Illinois heads the list with 52237720 52 At Camp Lincoln Springfield Ill i while two soldiers were loading a can non some one throw a cigarette Into come powder that bad spilled at the mouth of the gun By the explosion 10 person were Inured two at whom will die The director of tbo pint etatoa that there are 116628324 of 5 cent piece and 9952892 of 1 cent piece outttand lag Since the coinage of these piece began the total number that have been coined It of 5 cent pieces 117991293 1 cent bronze 10072316 Since the 4th of March 1807 COD grebe has authorized the construction of 49 ships with a total displacement sighfI battleships of the armor ed cruiser of thL firstclass four mon- Itors and nine protected cruisers POWERS TELLS HIS TALE GEORGETOWN July 30 After Judge Cantrlll had overruled the defenses motion that peremptory Instructions for Powers dismissal be given the opening statement for the prisoner was made by Judge Faulkner of Barbou- vine In this the broad ground was taken that all the testimony agates Powers was from perjured witnesses the prosecution Itself hieing mbrel part oftla gigantic conspiracy against the young man accused of par ticipating in the murder of Goebel After the opening statement Powers was put on the stand his testimony following tbp line of the opening etate mentelIe made a general denial of a conspiracy and said no thought of as eiinolntuloa was entertained He gave a detailed account of his actions up to the time be west to Louisville on the morning Goebel was shot and court ad journed while be was telling that he went to Louis vllle to get money to bring men from Western Kentucky He branded Noalcs statements us false and denied emphatically those of Cul ton and Golden The Negro Robert Charles who killed two policemen several days ago In New Orleans who were attempting Ins arrest was found to be In a bouse which the police tried to raid but ho killed two more of them and a citizen add wounded seven others before he was dually smoked out by the house being set on flreand riddled with bullets Several other Negroes were killed and the troops had to be ordered out before order was restored During the trouble 12 people were killed and 23 wounded In the Powers trial Friday Hon Lewis Hampton of Knox republican member of the Legislature testified that Taylor said that somebodys life had to be sacrificed and when linked to call out the militia said Something will have to be done before f can call oui the militia On the day alter the contest it had been rumored that Taylor bad been cursing the representa tires Representative Hays and myself went to see him about It He said By God you fellows have set over there aud let them rob me Powers said that in case Taylor lost his office and Goebel Jot In he would have him as sassinated At another time Powers said Taylor wanted him to violate the law but he wasnt going to do It Afterwards he said he would fight un til bo died before he would give up Wharton Golden was then put on tho stand Finley told him We are going to Frankfort and petition the Legisla ture and It they dont stop well kill the last damned one of them AtdJ Powers said Thats lust what wo will do Finley told Recder that Goe bel would be killed John Powers toldI him he had two Negroes to kill Goebel Hockersmlth anti Tallow Dick Combs When Taylor was aoKcdto call out tbo militia ho said My God you follows must act first When Caleb Powers heard that Goebel was shot he said sarcastically Thats a dd outrage and John Powers laughed At another time Caleb Powers said his Idea was to have 200 or 300 men to come to Frankfort to stay Five or six of them would stoat the Capital Hotel and start a political quarrel Then when Goebel got Into It they would kill him Taylor wanted u tow raised In the Legislature a and asked If anybody would start the fight He was answered affirmatively when he replied Its horrible to kill men but it looks like Goobol and some of his crowd will have to be killed we will lose out altogether Powers said his object In bringing men to Frankfort was to kill Goebol democrats In tho Legislature Dad the whole gang Tbo defense spent Saturday in tryln to shako VhartoiiGolden but it was a failure He not only stuck to his orig moat story but tho questions brought out much that was new and very dam aging to the defendant Among other things he said that Powers told him they wore sure to prove that the shot was fired from his olllcQ and that ho was almost determined to go to tho prosecution and tell all about It Sin clair one of the counsel for the dc fense had visited his home and that thereafter he was offered 5000 to leave tho State At the conclusion of his crouexamlnatlon the prosecution asked that the jury be taken to the scene of the assassination but Judge Cantrlll said all the evidence must bo lu before that Is done The State then rested In chief and court adjourned till Monday In the 13 days of the trial the Com moawealth examined 07 witnesses Of them 51 are republicans and 18 of them connected with the Taylor administra tlon Col Campbell says If the jury Is not convinced of the guilt of Powers there U no evidence that could be produced that would convince them Even Gov Mount would be forced to say Guilty as charged Justus Goebel was Informed by a com- o mltteo of mountain men that John L Powers was organizing a force of men In Knox Harlan and Whitley counties for the purpose of bringing thorn to Georgetown and liberating his brothert Caleb Power In the event theyhe la convicted PUBLIC tALE OF CASTLE COBB OK WtdaMity Ing 29 1900 At 10 oclock we will tell to the high at bidder at the residence Castle Ooh b farm tbe late home of Richard Oobb de ceased Said farm containing ABOUT 300 ACRES Of the flne t quality and boil watered btu gnu land In Kentucky It U ltuated o the waters of the Hanging Fork In Linen edgeUleand la connected with Uanvllle and all sir rounding town with turnpike roads It Is convenient to Cincinnati Southern and L a N Railroad Stations with good social and educational advantages and church reeve nience The residence a goaf frame dwelling of 10 rooms and twp attics two large barn cribs stock Bcalts Icehomo and all othe necessary outbuildings also a young orchard In lull bharlng Farm Is well fenced and tho greater portion of U In blue grass for a number of years Thelna will be sold In one or two tracts attrotdln placrsome jwrsonalty Richard Cobb Jr near Danville or Mr Kenloy Tribble on the premise will be glad to show anybody the place who may desire to see It seMloyni as s pr cable and tell possession Jan 1st 1001 RICHARD THOMAS IUELISI HustonvillB Fair Aug i 2 3 PREMIUM LIST FIRST DAY Southdown buck any age J 6 001 Ewe any age 6 001 Buck lamb under year 6 00 Ewe lamb under 1 year 6 00 Hone colt 10 00 Mare colt 10 00 flare and colt 10 00 Saddle gelding any age 15 00 OOjSuckling years Jack 2 years and under 3 10 00Ii lack any 10 1800Jennetj Suckling colt either sex by Gallon 15 00 Colt either sex by Dignity Dare season SLO 2nd pre oshU I 30 00I Draft stallion ware or gelding 10 Boy rider under 15 10 liOi Goat or parr of goals driven 5 00 Mare and mule colt either sex 10 00 Mule mate 10 00 Mule colt either ex 10 00 Mure mule colt 10 00 Mule 1 year and under 2 10 00 Sale 2 years and over 10 00 Mule colt by Balaam season 10 00 Handsomest boy under year fj 00 Double team speed glyleytc 40 00 SECOND DAY CATTLE FOIL DEFT IUKPOBES Bull calf under ve3t 10 00 Bull calf 1 year and under 10 Oft Bull 2 years aud over 10 00 Bull any age 25 00 Heifer calf under 1 year JO 00 Heifer 1 year and under 2 10 Heifer 2 years and over 10 Cow anv age 15 New York laddie mare or gelding 15 Pair mares or gelding 20 Roadster mart or gelding 30 Girl baby under 1 yr from Casey 10 Stallion orgeltllnjr yr under 2 10 Mare 2 years and under 3 10 Mare 3 years and under 4 10 Mare 4 years and over 15 Guiding 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 stallion mare or geldlng150 Roadster mare or gelding any ago 50 Worst Turnout t 20 THIRD DAY Stallion mare or geldIng 1 under 2 10 Mare 2 years and under 3 15 Mate 3 years and under 4 10 Mare 4 years and over 15 Stallion mare or gelding 2 under 3 10 Stallion or gelding 3 and under 4 10 Stallion 4 years and over 20 Stallion any age 25 Phaeton Pony under 15 hands 10 Rockaway mare or gelding t 15 VaIkIngSlalllon mare or gelding 15 Fancy saddle more or gelding 20 Fancy Turnout 20 10pPrtt1Iest baby under 2 25 Stallion mare or gelding any age 150 W D UOCKZ Secretary J P IlABrt President WM IANDGRAF III a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln couu tyi subject to democratic action THAMES H WRIGHT Is a candidate ids Assessor of Lincoln coun dumoFnatlcparq FARMERPIs a candidate for Jailer subject to tho tic lion of the democratic party lie solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES Ooultyubjectty Your support Is solicited SOUTHDOWN BUCKS tadiwpoach al Cooks bprlopi potlodlc Rowland Kj Dh G Incirr KMIULM- EHPBTCTT BEOTHERSM- OKKLAJfD KY For Furniture Undertakers Good And Livery A vurv 11dlthones for tole tZTOur Livery Is In Good Shape Jt Wt PARKHILL Me De HOMEOPATHIC PSYSICIAU Dr ParkQIll has had pears experience In the general practice of 00 otters his service to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cases O lco Court House over Pros Livery Stable OOIce hmtnfrom to 5 p u W S BEAZLEYD D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With Vitalized Air Physician In attend ante Offlcatn thoNew hompson Oulldlns Tla THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville KJIIThe moitcontrmllr located and only FIRSTCaASSHotel 2 RAT EL shoppingnprincipal theatres Street care pu the door to all puts of The City Everything seat and clean OLD MOCK WHISKY forAky tn Huston vllle Er KygFRITjl HOTEL ProprIetorI KY ronldnlo11url FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses nod Mules constantly on hand and for stile at all times W Logon Wood Manager SALE OF LAND AND STOCK nItoet urCrab Orelaril Saturday Sept 1st I9OO Her tarn coutslnlng T == AC == withIorchard Ac lUlfraih luUnnln menthe with ipllnlwith lbaxelao tarn a won u tern lie coin At nine time I will Ml some Hoite and IIOale at 10 Mibarp CowIC H SINOLETOK 34th Annual Encampment fc CHICAGO ILL AUG 27111 To 31St 1900 Low Excursion Rates Via The And Connecting Lines To Chicago Return Through train day coachM Tullmsn Sleepers ciiitri to Cincinnati make close RouteCeta with liberal return limits See or ak rartlcutW Cincinnati liT IS ONE TilING To ace what you want anti another thing to possess It We show It to and mako prices that place It within your reach1e have made nn effort this week that la bound to move what we havo In Summer Goods Tis the Magnetism of ValuesTh- at causes people to buy where their Interests arc protected Every department of our establishment shown the most reliable of goods at tho LOWEST OF PRICESS- PECIAL 600 Pairs Ladles Dongola Patent Tip Coin Too Dress Shoes worth flCO go this week for lVcJ Domestics Checked Shirting Cotton worth 7c goes this week for 4jc Good lint Ticking 6c Good Yard Wide Brown Cotton 5c 36Inch Bleached Cotton oc 61 Red Table Damask fast color 25e noInch Bleached Table Damask 25c Notions and Furnish ings 3 Spools Machine Thread lOc 10 Dozen Ladies Fast Black seamless Hose 5c 20 Dozen 25o Tan J Hose to close this week for 15c Mens Fancy Balbriggan Underwear worth II goes this week for 48c Mens Silk Boson Shirts worth II spa clal this week SOc Good grade summer CcneU at tic Good quality nice titling Corsets In Pink Blue or White worth fl In this sle48c Ladies Shirt Waists In Lawn Portal or Gingham aPe Store Linen Dress Skirts ISc June Duck Skirts elaborately trimmed worth 160 for 70c Hough Effects In fine quality Crash Skirts DOc Clothing Boys Wash Pants lOc Boys Linen Coats well made for 39c Mens Linen Suits tl Mens Linen Pant 48e fMen600 Pairs Mens Blue Cottonsde Pants put on tho market this week for 39o We positively wilt not put away any thing In clothing to be curled over till next summer We will make prices that will astonish you Wo will make It to your Interest to buy a suit for next Summer They must go priors we know will move them Shoes 100 Pairs Ladles vesting top tAn Ox fords floc- Mens Tan Shoes worth 1150 9Sc tipdreu 1adLouisville f SHLINGER BROS PRORS T D RANDY MGR I CLEANUP SALE On Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers If you wint Bargain see our BARGAIN COUNTER W E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky weILL MTKOSEITr DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful line of Stationery Blank Books of every description ONce Long Distance Telellhol1ej W L Douglas SHOES Best in the world Highest Quality for the Lowest Price Solid Comfort And Unequaled Ser VIce 1- eeWe Personally Guarantee Every Pair r CUlI ins a McClary 2ooeepinqHt tJlir r5 rifE rHr PEG SJrar7lianc7 0 neuritfnqrtefrap7fy Send for ZouliliffllteXyl Ir THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY Sit 1C00 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGE TilE best material combined with caro Bklll and Insure good results No othor methods nro ever used In our prescription work Poet Drug Store PERSONALS J It DUBtl of Paducah IB with tho iioraofolka hero- N II SHANKS joined his wife In Mndleon Sunday Dit AND MRS J M BLACK have re Turned to Knoxvlllc Miss MAKY IIUNDLEY la vlilttn relatives at Lebanon KLDFU Jostfiii SEVEN ANCK of Mays lick U with homofolks hero Mils W J YAQEitand Itttlo eonro turned to Loulsvlllo Saturday Mn 1 S IMilLLllS of the Walnu Flat section continues Tory Ill WADK KENNEDY of McKlnnoy ha been laid up with malarial fever Miss FLQKKNCB MYERS IB vltitlnj frlcndk and relatives at Mlllcrsburg TUB Goehcn icbool Miss Nora Phil llpa teacher will begin Monday next Miss UALLIB BALLARD of Darbour vlllo was a guest at tho Veranda IIo tel Mrs T M LEWIS and Mrs AHc Lytlo are visiting relatives at Uarrods burg Miss JANtY DAwqop went to Pino t Tlllo Runday to visit Mrs Wllllan Gear Miss FANNIE SHANKS has returnee from a very delightful visit to friend in Chattanooga MIL J U PRICE representing thi American Investment Co Is here getting subscribers MRS BENEDICT SPALDING of Lb oon Is with her son II Spalding at Col T P Hills Misses DORA AND MINNIE STRICT pent several days with Mrs B B King at Moroland MRS A E GODWIN of Nashville Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mn Richard Bibb MR E C HolPEtt of Latoala II visiting his daughter MUs Melllo Hop per at Hustonvllle Miss Harris WEAREN returned Sat urday from a delightful visit to hei brothers at Paducah Miss KATE CURTIS has returned from a visit to her sister Mn L Nt Bowling at Plnof Illo loUtS C A MOORE and Mlw Pearl Pollock of Livingston are with Mrs T L Shelton and daughters MRS J W HAYDEN asks us to eat that tho C W B M will moot Thurs day at 31 M Instead of Wednesday Mite J H YRAOER of Stanford U visiting Mrs ft G Hall and MIll Catherine Waddoll Somerset Paragon MESSRS E M THOMPSON and C 0 Chancellor of Mlllcrsburg spent Sun day with Misses Lucia and Ophelia Chancellor MESSRS G B OWENS and S J Hnibry Jr tiave returned froraiCum berland Falls where they found CO happy guests MR AND MRS HoiiKUT M HILL and daughter MUs Baeelo of Kvant Texas are visiting his brothers Messrs T J nod J M Hill TUB Leader says that Peyton Par rots who wont to Ashland to locate has returned to Lexington to remain always ho says MRS L M WnSTRRFiHLD son William Sheridan and sUten MllliU Mary and Eva Marrs aro visiting rela tins at Junction City Miss ISAIIKLLA WALKER who hM been In LouUvllle for some time was the guest of her brother Walter Walk er on her return to Garrard MRS J F WALTON and sari Frank nod Miss Lottie Holm of Cincinnati arrived yesterday morning to visit their brother lion Harvey Helm MitsC C WILLIAMS of Mt Vernon was down Saturday and Sunday with his brother Judge R G William who Is getting along nicely at Joseph Prlco Infirmary P E KBMi a prominent railroad roan of Mlddlcsboro will probably manage tbo Shelbyvllle and Bloomfield branch of the C O road for tho bondholders Louisville Times TilE friends of Mr and Mrs Albert U Suvcranco will bo glad to know that thov are again citizens of Stanford Mr Severance sold out his Ico and oth er business at Ilandcrsonvlllc N C MR AND MRS ClIARLBS LOVKLL ofI Lincoln aro visiting relatives Mr Eben Pottus and ulster Miss went to Prcachcrsvllle last week MnrvI 1at tho bed 1do of their uncle Mr F Petlus Somerset Journal DR AND MRS LEB P HUFFMAN and Miss Anno Cook Huffman of Lexing ton have gone to Boston whore they will be Joined by Mr and Mrs Robert Burnett and go to tho sea shore near by LITTLE DAN SLAUGHTER U at Crab Orchard spending a fow weeks with his orphan sisters to whom ho U both r father and brother At the ago of ho was mado telegraph operator In thoI Union SlatlonKit Montgomery and ha U ono of the best operators In tho service Ho Is bright and pleasant withal and n general favorlto Mn J L BRUCE oxedttor farmer and Baptist Association moderator of Boyle who was hero yesterday said not matter what the verdict may bo In tbo Powers case tbo people have beon convinced by tho testimony that there was a conspiracy to assassinate Goobol end other members of the Legislature which will cause thorn to vote against a party which not only winks at such outrages but openly endorses them in convontlOU No democrat at tenet will vote srlth such a party MRS J W ADAMS has been Ill of malarial fovcr- MKSDAMKS MARY OmEN and Salll Shlpraan of Hustouvllto attended tbo burial of Woods Logan hero yesterday MARSHAL O J NEWLAND has been sick for several days and Special Po llccman It T Lewis has been boldlnj tho boys down MRS LUOY REYNOLDS opened schoo at Clear Fork yesterday with 35 pupils Seven families aro staying at bomo on account of whooping cough JOHN SIIIOLD was severely hurt In ono of his arm by colliding with a vc hlclo while on his blcyclo and being thrown ngalnut the curbing at LexI Ingtou Sunday DR W S ELKIN and wife of Atlanta and Mies Jennie Duncan of Lan caster were with Mrs It C Warren a short while yesterday on tholr return from Yellowstone Park MRS SAM K DUUDERAR mado her husband rejoice yesterday by preentI Ing him with a 101 pound boy This makes Mrs Clara Doty Traylor a grandmother at an unusually carlyI ago LOCALS CRAH ORCHARD SPRINGS r CUAII ORCHARD SIIIINosnow open NEW OlIo plow at Jllgglne sit Me Klonoys SADDLES good cheap Geo II Farris f Co FRESH Cakes Candles c at War rcn Shanks Fri bushels of olckon feed for tl J II Baughman Co Tue Bloomer Girls after playing in bad luck dlsbanded at Athens O WANTED To exchange coal for hay corn and oat Higgins it Sims Phoni 44 YOUR account Is past due and wa need the money Please settle Hll ABeck Tits Knight of Pythias hero aro toIng a stop higher by Uklng the Unl form Rank J W ADAMS hu sold his and lot of an acre on Lower Main to JFWaters for 11750 THOSE Indebted ma will pleat call and settle I oust have the money Miss Annie Philip Si TUB Huslonvllle boys play ball better at homo than abroad They got awaywith our boys Friday 15 to 9t LADIES entirelinoofHamburg go In tho cut prlco sale this week This Is our first ottering of these goods ComQ gdlck John P Jones W C GREENlVo the Hufttonvllle hustler has the contract to make tho brick for Curry it Gos wholesale house they will build at Junction City IT will bo worth price of admis lion to hear the muslo Henry Sexton and bis splendid band will discourse at the Hustouvlllo fair which begins to morrow THB Poytons will have annual reuniOn at Peyton Well tomorrow when a bgtime anticipated Peytons and Peyton kin will be there from the four quarters THERE aro tWu things we want to Impress on you this wck Go to the 1cellenrALL JO of the lost white for toAohors certificates passed lbdI Iato Boglo tells us throe getting six second aud ono third There wore only two colored applicants Saturday I HEADQUARTERS Gen Londram Post G A Kxo 6S Stanford Corn rades of said Poet are requested to Sl1turdajAUI GOOD OLDDA1Leaile Combs will resign the pension agency for KUL lucky to accept the chairmanship of tho republican State campaign cow mlttco and It Is said that Gen D R Collier will bo appointed labia stead NICE HOMEMr William Fields will have one of the nicest homes In tho county when his residence on the Somerset pike Is completed Contractor John Olankenshlp has turned Hover to tho plasterers and when they get through bo will put on the finishing touches U contains 10 rooms and has many conveniences JUDGE W MMYERS of Casey has purchased an Interest In tho Huston villa Roller Mills and will become a citizen os Hustonvlllo tbo 15th of Au gust This mill has recently been overhaalcd and Inccased to a capacity of 100 barrels of flour every 24 hours Tbo judge will add very much to the popularity of the firm IF the case was reversed and a dem ocrat was on trial for tho assassination of a republican or a conspiracy to that end I say in all truth after carefully reading tho evidence and coupling It with tho circumstances that I can not see how tho verdict In tho Powers case be other than death said a die IIcan ulshcd lawyer who has bud over 30 years practice in criminal courts to us yesterday liThe corroboratIon of the circumstances by testimony makes the ease so strong against the defendant that If unimpeachable witnesses had testified to hearing all the conversa Ions of tho conspirators and seeing all their acts It would not have establish ed his guilt more clearly or conclusive ly Tho men and newspapers that claim otherwise ara either Ignorant of the facts or aro sympathizers In the ittprapted Innovation of government jy gun ho addedS I BUGGIES harness whips c chcap at Wcarcn DrosIIANOTHER heavy rain toll Sunday and a few moro like It will mako the big gest corn crop over seen In old Lincoln The mercury was 05 this morning W U BRADYS store in the Mycr House Is sow filled with urea now groceries fruits candles c and bls friends are Invited to call and see him SHOULD you have any business wltb the INTEPIOR JOURNAL while at tho Hustonvlllo fair this week you will find a representative at tho lecrotaryI olllca ready to wait on YOU ADVERTISEMENTS of the of tbo farm of Richard Cobb several farm and other realty of the late J S Mur phy and seven valuable town lots by D W Vandovcer appear In this issue THE Lincoln County National Bank sent by express yesterday 818000 In gold to the American National Bank Louisville and 92000 In silver to the assistant U S treasurer at Cincinnati Tho express charges amounted to S10 WE aro to lose another good cltlzei to Danvlllo Mr Robert R Gentr went to Little Britain yesterday and closed a deal with Shears tho Thin street butcher for his business and ho will take charge Aug 15 Mr Gentr will leave his family hero for a whll and as a consequence his many Stan ford friends will see him every foe days IT Is not too lato vettoget space In the dally which Messrs E C Walton J M Alvorson and Rowan Sautlcy will Issue from this omen during the flue tonvlllo fair the first number of which appears tomorrow The proprietor ol the INTERIOR JOURNAL has no pecuni ary Interest In the enterprise the pfon If any going entirely to the gnntlemcn named The paper will be the size that this was before tho en largement WHITE A letter from Miss Mattle Wbtto to her parents Mr and Mrs H L White states that her brother Henry D White lived three days after be was kicked by a horse Id his livery sir ble at Denver our and that internal hemorrhages resulting from the kick over the heart caused his death Tin body was interred In Denver but may be brought here later as his mother Is very desirous of burying him where she can visit the grave Besides MUs Mattie two brothers George and Jakr lived with Mr White la his Western homo SINCE the INTERIOR JOURNAL began Its upward and onward course 28 years and more ago It baa never enjoyed web a run of work as It bas this sum mer Our force of six and sometimes seven two cylinder and threo platen presses have been kept busy from early morn till close of day and then an scarcely keep up with tho orders With no many printing olllces In this section tho wonder grows why wo got so much work until U Is tolJ that our prices are the lowest and the execution tho best to bo found any where SHOT AND FINED At his trial yea crday before Judge Barnett Will togcrs was acquitted of shooting the lev T J LaFnlletto who was lined W aod costs amounting In all to 81030 for trlklng the boy The preachers two rounds aro healing up fast and he will Boon be able to mounttho pulpit stand It will bo remembered that the boy hot LaFolletto for calling him a liar aod striking him when ho said that tbo republicans hired a man to kill boImohrUtlan remark th Goebel oIJlrhtI to havp been ehpt a month t vas LOOAN Of consumption altar a ong illness Woods Logan son of Dr jaDd Mrs P W Loran died Sunday aged 22 Ho was hurt by a In early youth which affected his mind but It Is said that before lift loijth It became perfectly clear and hat ho talked rationally about death and asked to bo baptized Those who koow toll us that no parents ever lav shed moro alTeotlan on their offspring than thoso of the deceased arid they areII almost heart broken over his Tbo remains woro Interred in Jometory Yesterday afternoon DulJaloI hort service by liar F W Mrs Will Sneed and R H Logan of Cnoxvtllo and Allen Logan of Kansas Illy brothers and sister of tho dead loy camo to attend the funeral THE examjnlng trial of Arthur locker for the murder of George Gar ictt another colored boy at the Deep toll Woods picnic 10 days ago was old before Judge Bailey yesterday It dreva largo crowd of darkles from tho last Eud as well as from hero nod the day being but the atmosphere in tho courtroom which was densely packed also close and contaminated that our reporter threatened to resign If treed to remain even In the vicinity Tbore were many witnesses examined and tho gist of their testimony was hat locker took Alice DurDsldo to the picnic and to tho danco that followed larnott who seems to have also beon enamored of tho girl called her out nd demanded that who go with him Sho protested and then Garnett took her hat which ho claimed to have van her and tore It up Hooker used objection and Garnott cursed hIm and slapped tho girl It was then that Hooker shot him the wounds pro luclng death next day It was shown that Garnott was unarmed and that ho was not expecting tho shot Cournd Durned at 430 till this morning ilessrs R C Warren and Harvey Helm represent the Commonwealth and W E Varuon the prisoner The adman was a half brother of the tarber Llgo Farmer 1 A NEW spiral wire grain tube at Hlgglns McIClnncys Fits noy drill S THERE was blood on the moon for a whllo here last evening but the atmos phoro loon cleared and the usual lit realty was resumed countyapplicants for np polatmuntfr to State Collego will talc the examination at Stanford the 3d Fllday In August An Interesting colored teachers Institute Is in eceeloi here under the leadership of Prof C C Monroe PROSPECTS GOOD Secretary W D Hooker of the Hustonvllle fair tele phoned us last night that everything was in readiness for tho exhibition which begins tomorrow and that thi prospects for an eclipsing display of horses and other stack are most flatter fog Muse Octavia Sizemore now of Lou Isvllle but well known here write Mrs J S Rico that she will bo married Aug 0 to Rev S A Cooper a prominent Louisville divine It wll be a church wedding and they will take a bridal tour LAND STOCK CROPS ftC Whirlwind 210 once sold for ItO Isaiah White bought of W W Lyon 41 wethers at 3c August wheat closed yesterday at Chicago at 751 C L Dawos bought oLE T Pence 45 sheep at 4o and 15 at 3c Wilkinson Allen sold to D C Al len 1100pound cattle at 460 Fox Logan bought of Waverly Hamilton an aged mule for tOO Will Mathofiy bought some calves at 120 and sown and pigs at 112 to 816 Lucius Perkins old to A I Grubbs 14 cattlo for this fall delivery at415 John B Foster sold to R G Nun nelloy 100 ewer at ifand 10 at 1360 Tod Sloan was badly hurt In a race at Liverpool His mount fell with himMark Hardln sold to Elder Joseph Ballou and J T Harris a lot of hogs attic Tbo Mlddiesboro Newi lays the peach crop In that section Is simply error moue Hen Baugh sold to J W Stall for C C Fox 275 acres of land near Highland at tl25 W G Cowan of the West End bought 40 calves of various parties at bout 120 Am prepared to clean your seed wheat with the best Improved fan G A Peyton J E Bruce tells us that a car of 1 234pound Shorthorn yearlings sold at Chicago at 5c A ninepound cabbage was added to our museum by Mr John H Engleman Beat It and tako It Lutes Co bought of W W Lyon 200 stock ewes at 352 and of Wm North 14 fat cattle at 4ic F P BUhop sold to Josiah Bishop a bunch of owes at 8450 and to J C Johnson tail end lambs at 4c M S Baughmana green pScer by Naboth went a halt for Scott Hudson at Lexington last week In 103 J S Grimes of Etlzabethtowu bas taught 100 acres of the Pusey farm oat outside the town limits for 855CO FARMERS have your wheat cleaned by an experienced man with a bran new fan C C Withers Stanford 2t A A Crutchfleld sold to Sam H laujhmanabunch Qf cows at 325 atd to F P Bishop a mixed loof hogs at 4io Thero never was such a potato crop In the Kansas valley as the present The yield In many cases Is 250 to 275 msliel Ht wore Ponce DIes bought of Brooks Jruncr of Jceeamlno 81 sheep at if250 and of Ben Vest 40 at 12 46 They sold to Joseph Chancellor u bunch of ewes 184 S L Harnny of Harrison county eCently lost a valuable sow and nine pigs and last week discovered the titer an absence of 30 days alive In a sink holo She had devoured tbo nine pigs Judge W M Myers sold nine butcher cows to Jesse Lynn of Danville also- I pair of 151 hands S year old mules for 8250 to Taylor Durham of Middle burg He also sold 118 sheep to Lyon WllkeraonatSi The Block trading firm of Wilkinson lz Allen bas dissolved many of those who bare cattle sheep or hogs to sell vlll be sorry to know Messrs Dink Allklnson and J W Allen who com posed the firm were liberal havers and- re popular because of their fair treat mentC SandIdge won five blues four reds at tho Richmond fair cap turing the 8100 stake and saddle stal lion ring with Preston Ho got the blue In the 840 aged saddle mare aiding ring combined ring and three fcarold saddle mare ring Among the cds was a tie on J Carroll Baileys One saddle maro Scarlet fever has broken out In Pine Illo It develops that the assassin who lllcd the King of Italy was a resident of Patterson N J Mr C P Craig of the Lexington llblo College will preach at Goshen next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Our fee returned H we fall one sending Vetch and description of any invention will receive our free concerning the patentability of same stow to Obtain a Talent tent upon request Patents secured through ui advertised for sale at our Patents taken out through us tccchc pmal notice without IATENT RxcoA an Illustrated and widely circulated journa- consulted by Manufacturer and Investors Send for cample copy FREE Address VICTOR 0 EVANS di CO Patent Attorneys luna Building WASHINGTON BC J NOTICE On the IStli of August nt 2 p sharp tutu farm I now live on will bo sold on the Jirunilsw nt auction terrrn made known on oar of Mik It contains about S ncron woJllmprovedId n Ono homo In every peat One mile from Danville on Shaker town AuctioneerIKy BANK SOCK AND BEU ESTATE AT AUCTION 0 highestbldler Monday Sept xolli 1900 County Court In Stanford 30 or 40 Shares of Lincoln County National Rank Stock my Room Residence In Rowland Iy with good barn and other outbuildings nnd a Store lloiuo In Rowland 23xCO SI fet high and two storles A spfandld cation fo ws lon liven at onre Call If youdeslreTEUMS Ono thtrd Club balance In oue and two rears I AAC HAMILTON Rowland Ivy Public Sale ofTown Lots In Stanford Ky On Saturday August 181900- On the premises at oclock P I will of fer for sale SOTSU Town Lets Of Ton Am Each With a street running tbrouRli 30 feet wide from the cutoff pike to the tract of land of J 8 Hocker Thero nro two lots facing on the Somerset pike the other ono on the cutoff pike and arc desirable lots to build on or for pasture The land Is good for grusn or anything that grow out of land TERMS or t1Auoliehalf cash the other onohalt on six month temp with prcent Interest and lien held on the lots un til paid Iostesstou given as soon as won as the corn no a portion will do to gather and 3 or of them possession given at once About one halt of lobe wholo land U In grass All the land Is about half a mile from the courthouse D W VANDEVEEK Valuable Real Estate To be sold at Executor Sale on Wednesday Aug 15 1900 ITo the highest sad beat bidder Bale begIn at 1 r In front of thecourthouselniStan ford Ky No A fine blue grass farm ot 280 acres 3J miles West of Stanford on the Huston Till e pike In a high state of cultivation having a good dwelling a No barn floe orchard fencing flrstclaas and well watered grassNoIn the auburts of Stanford No3 Brick storeroom and warehonie fronting on Main 28 feet and extending South on Lancaster street 220 feet Rent business property In Stanford No4 lot fronting on Depot street 66 feet and extending back 160 feet with outlet to Mill street Now used as a yardNo Monroe Smllh tract of Knob land on Green river near Jumbo of about 400 acres valuable for timber and minerals No6 About 300 acres of Knob land on the head waters of Green river near Hells Gap all In forest Purchaser will have seeding privilege on farm lands at once and full tlO58lMlon of all property on the first day of January 1901 Termsone third cash one third In one year and balance In two years with Interest at 6 cent per annum from date till paid and lien retained to secure unpaid notes propertybeforetile executors or by T M Qoodknlglit In Stanford Ky W HMURIHV l Executors of J 8 J 8 MURIHV r Murphy decd SEED WHEAT 400 BU MICHIGAN FULTZ Thus Is fresh Nolthern Seed The crop of 1SB4 made a of bushels tier acre The of iwo made 234 bushels per sore on corn ground with a heavy stand of tim othy Address W M UIUOI1T Stanford Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In UinrUle n Urs Wednesdays and FrhUp Vill be In Stanfera Tiinblsm TbunJiyi and Sat urdajrs are In the IVnnln lon UulMing Stanford Lf lies hours f to 110 r OSTEOPATHY Thin SdtiiM originated end developed hv Dr theI11I1u It no faith no drug no rubbing noauniealupemtlonsandclalws hlng solar naturalOsuqulhyviews mn as rutclilne otto many parts its keynote Is adjustment When all parts ale properly adjuitcd and not orerworktd health U Ihe result Some of the dlwuts treated by us Nervous rnxtratlon lleatlichrs Neuralgia Uheuiuatltni Catarrh Weak Kyei Granulated Lids Uoltro Constipation171eeach Iud Intestinal trouble Dlteaivs ol Honel and JolnH Spinal Curvature IllslacatloeaSllnJalnt 1araITdIncontinenceofUrine Locomotor Alex a Consultation Free EXCURSIONThrough NIAGARA fALLS I AUG 9TH lReturn Limit August 20tli 1000 AND MICHIGAN CENTRAL S7 From CincinnatiL- ow Rates from tributary points Oi e of the tenet beautiful trips in all ihe world to Americas greatest wonder Apply to any C U D sty Agt for descriptive leaflet P G EDWARDS 4Pass Traffic Mgr Cincinnati O WantedAn Idea Who can think ot some slmpU thing to patent Wtallb1WrIteami list ot too bitndrsit lavcnUons HHII J I Stanford Female CollegeN- ext Session will open September 3 1900t MRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pres J TRADE WITH Higgins Sc McKinriey I STANFORD KY I 1 y i ComfortIe What You Want This Hot WjeRtin fF 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 Coats and Vests SHOEBARGAINS Cleaning up time and you are lucky to get a pair of Mens Shoes or Ladles and Childrens Slippers We are offering Mens BLACK TAN1 Vlci Shoes solid good goods at S14S Mens fine Tan Shoes sold for J295 to I at SlfO andj2 75f Ladies Sllppsrs at 75c Childrens Slippers at Tog n fLadies Oxfords the Jifclfc i 1IDIGIL1IDlffi 3 MAJ1D33 AHI45 A Hr3 Childrens Oxfords tho ZeIgler make nLreduceaprlces J All Black OXPORJTDSI At Reduced Prices SEVERANCESONS Opposite Court House Plenty Time Yet I For Summer Merchandise We are keeping our stock up on all Sumner Lines that are in demand such as Solid Colored Lawnsn Black Velvet Ribbons I All widths Taffeta Ribbons all colors DROPSTITCH HOSIERY In Black and Colors Val Laces Summer Neckwear for Ladles and Gents Kid i Gloves Handkerchief Ac STLadiea1 Low Cut Shoes will continue to Ko at less than cost price until closed out t JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad L J A ALLEN c CO Contractors And 13ualdQrs STANFORD KY stock of lIulldlng Material Yellow Ilno Flouring Ceiling have now a and all kfndjof Dressed and Rough Lumber Shingles and Steel i2 CWit Saab Posts Blinds c We drake eotlmatel onany kind of work wanted orllcobpposItQ Dr Ii 0 Cooks THE INTER RJOURNAL at Stanford atJSntrred n the poitqtffce tteonddatt mater rtablSaxLaTaaaigawa SzLdavw n 1 PER YEAR CASH Wben Dot iOpald B3OO wlllbe barged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train folnc North 11 am it26II 21 It II South 12 to k m II IIMU62 pm For allirolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION So 23 ArrrlTEi at Stanford at 1OS No 21 Stanford at 210 AM No21 Arrlveallowlandat 1200 NOZ2 LeiTei Stanford at 230 r X QUEEN II CRESCENT Trains going South pua Junction CUT No oa notatop 031160IX No5 1122 AM No9 605 r x Going South No 21dOHntlop No 84A Uo e J23r 0 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains tare Frankfort 11650 AM 340 rII andlrM connecting at Otorgttown with the Q A O Returning leave Parts at u80 mod 840 r after connecting with Q AC trains at 1120 M7ilOl and 915 r Tae latter train lava for Uemgetown at 7 IS rJ UV A 1 +SOUTHERN RfHLHflY t IH KKNTDCKX l feriiM SiktMe U oast sj M rIM AaTEonira Nat Nab NaL Lon r 746aa 100pm 76pm Ar SbelbiTl al0am 6Lpc I061m Ar Larencebj S60 tn IBpca 946pm- Ai VenaUtesk lMaio l4Tpm 1004pm Ar Iczlnctoa ladaam TBpts laKpm wasTaocaa O 6 a i tea la 7aaaa 4pm Minn Ar Ventfllei- Ar 7 56am 10 pm Kam v Larenoeba 9Xaa 6 663am Ar ShelbyrlUew LtOam ll l3Oam LoeterlU t94tain 7op 76Oam 1IAAIRaOQaa w1MTbOWf- Hw aL rrarrowa L Na16 7 T Loo v A 74opm IO4aB- aatpL la LTLanebi 6 iWao- lf1Spx ArRamdsbgL t49pm 124am 7e9L 1a66aa As BurflnItl tlOptnl TlOaoi 0AaTaoW4 w111Taom t- 16 NaR rrATion iNo l8MNoea naps 74s lLt LoulsrU Ar ia40am 740pm 615pmS749pm llLMualAr OeorVtn IT 7C lam llOptn BAtTSOCKOk WMTBOUSD HNollltNo 61 ITATIOHS ltNo1flltNo L746amV 4 pm jlT Lou vs AllOHOnnl 340pm nacam Mpm Verallca Ar 760am 501pm U0e m 71gpm Ar NlCfclTllI Ar 6M tCftpra 6 Ar KichmndtT 60 m tlOp- mL06pmlt Ar Irvine LTI lApra I aTATXONO I L No t 746pmIAr KnozrlUe 745 ArAnherlllc VlOatG LlOpn Ar Savannah i lfum- Ar Jacksonville 00am- vCbattaaoogae ampm eOam Ar Atlanta 1055pm II Mam ArMac fai i2tlnm Spns Ar JacluwnTllle 830am laoopm adSaupAsAr Meridian 230am eSOpffl Ar New Orleans BSOam No I through Bleeping car Louisville to Blr anlngbam via Lexington and Cbatianooita- Wo S tree obsecration chatr tar LoulaTllI to Lerlntton No 8 free obtennktlan chair ell Leildcton M LouUTllle No rtocptngcar Olrmlncbam to LouUTllla rya Lexington t All Ualna between ZxxitaTllle Lexington and Burtrln dally Between Verullle and Georgetown NOL II kml dally NoC7and68dallyeicepSun Between Venalllea NIcbolaJTllle Rte Lend and IrTlne dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other tralni dally FOAlfMONU VPJkaM 37L CULl T M Washington D a Washington DO WATDRKorA WMHTATLOEXCPA Waahlng too D 0 LouUrllla KJI w i umbor1an Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Faro better than ever Fishing season in full blast Dally hacks to and Iran station Lots of amusements- A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further particulars J B OWENS Man Parkers Lake Ky BEAZLEY HAYS- 4NDLpTgERS DK1LU11 IX Furniture Mattings Hugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them cull Trices right t 1BTANFORD KENTUCKY e J + iCCiY UNDERTAKEJR Manufacturer and Dealear In =AzOISSAJDLZBTiO Stanford Ky I a Sunshine Jf you should see a fellowinnu with troubles flag unfurled An lookin like ho diilt have n fries in nil the world Go up nil slap him on the back an holler how dyou doIAnd grasp his bnmlso warm boll know ho has a friend in you Then ax him whats nhurtin him ni laugh his cures away And ell him the darkest night is just efore tho day Dont talk in graveyard palaver hut sty it right out loud That God will sprinkle sunshinb in the trail of every cloud This world at best is but a lasha pleasure and of pain Sonic days are bright an sunny an some all sloshedwith rain Au thats just how it ought to be for when the clouds roll by Well know just how to predate tho bright an emiliu slcy So learn to take it as it comes au dont sweat at tho pores Because tho Loris opinion dont coin cido withyoure But always keep remembcriu whe cares your path enshroud That God has lots of sunshine to spil behind the cloud JA1oIES Wnrrcojin RILEY If Were A Girl I would take care of my health by iving outdoors as much as possible and taking long walks in tho sun shine English girls understand bow necessary this is for good complexion and cheerful spirits Wear simple clothing that you may climbmoun trains and breathe freely I wouldsecure the best education Go to college by all means if it is possible lieafl good books and thereby become intelligent I would cultivate cheerfulness Die content soon shows itself in rthe face If youThave some disappointment do others If are cramped for money bo thankful that your lot is no worse than it is Learn to mak the best of things An unhappy o- man is a perpetual cloud in a home Afrctlul girlElias few friends anJtli numb lessen8year by year Fn y kind things of other especm1lyof tho girls Agirl who makes remarks about other girls would better bo avoided b young men She will slake not nl agreeable companion for life I would learn how to be self supporting Especially in this country where fortunes change it is wise for a woman to be able to care for her self Helpless women are not a com fort to others and usually are not tl themselvesI try to be polite everywhere True courtesy is more winsome than a pretty face or fine dress Loud tall orloud dress does not betoken the lady Bo appreciative and sympa thetic and you two keys whirl will unlock almost all hearts- I would learn self control To know when to speak and when to be silent to have hateful things sail about you anti be able to answer pleasantly to have people confide it you and wise enough to keep it locked in your heartto be in povert and not be soured by it to meet temp tation and be strong before it to ft strong enough to perform any labor jr duty which needs to be doneaU this shows a noble mastery over self I would be punctual Being latest meals late at church or late in meeting engagements make unnecessary friction in families If we are willing to lose valuable time we have 10 right to make others loose it The Golden Rule of doing unto there as wo would that they should applieabehereIrs burg Advocate Conundrum Nigtt What three letters turn a girl into a womanAge Why is a defeated army like wool Because its worsted When is a soldier not half a soldier quartersWhy riddleBe came you must give it up What do wo often catch but never seeA passing remark Where can happiness always L- ofoundIn tho dictionary What is the largest room in the ord11ho room for improvement Why is a kiss like rumorlle itise it goes from mouth to mouth Which is the way to make a co- ntnstIako the vest and trousers first When is money damp When it- is due in the morning and niicd at night Why did Adam bite the apple Eve gue him Because he had no knife When is a lawyer like a beast of tirdcn When drawing a convey IInCe Who may murrv ninny a wife and Jot life single all his lifoAellJ1gJ mnn What is the oldest piece of furni multiplicationWhat giv4a cold cures a cold and pays tJio doctors hi1JtA draft Inuiglit Why is sympathy like blind mans fceUngiilWiy is a kiss likp a properly di aiedbermoltIt requires introduc applicationWhat ullOnfOJoMr Margaret Jones of Del Molnea Is taonly 10 and U the mother o elbt cblldreo all of whom are alive Arc We Christians To be a cbristianme must folio Christmust be like hint Tho oul text given by tho Muster was B their fruits ye shall know them lho only wuy in which we con ever hop to make a reasonably good copy is h studying faithfully tho original nut Christ is not alive in form among us todayso we can not stud His life as ho lived it in perso among men There is nothing left for us to do but to study tho record of that life as given us by tho of it eirution If parents really believe that this was the ono thing needful would they not be as cnretul to hav their children taught the Bible as the are about arithmetic and grammai tho comparison sounds trivial the olle is of as vastly greater importance as tho other as eternity is longer thai time Yet tho children from tho homes of our best families ate too n mentabl ignorant of tho Scripture to bo even good English scholdn Ono of the most common sources or jokes on public speakers is their klud crows misquotation of Scripture nnd the general ignorance of their ust Well informed youth is imphacizc by tho following clipped from tho Christian Observer of Louisville How much do your children know about tho Bible Do you gather them together every Sabbath afternoon at other times to instruct them in tho teachings of the word of GUllor do you leave them to obtain at Bunda School or to pick up elsewhere wherever they can find it as much of religious truth as they are ever to roBess Time ignorance ot the which prevails is surprising Di Charles F Thwing the President of Western Reserve University recently made an experiment to ascertain tbe extent of familiarity with the Bibl among intelligent young people They were the children of lawyers doctors clergyman business men farwgrs- They were college boys and girls of the average age of 20 years He ask ed them to explain the references in iterary works to such things as a crown of thorns manna ou wil dernes Toshuaa moon in Ajalon Ruth nmoug the fields ofcorn Jonahs gourd Pharoahe dark new Stiffos Lots wife A whole Peters sheet Jephthahs vow rJa cobs ladder etc 22 in all Of th students who were thus examined GO knew nothing of Jonahs gourd and sixty could tell nothing alou- Ieters sheet About one fourtb o them knew nothing about tho crown of thorns or of the manna About a thirdof them were ignorant of the angel that wrestled with Israel and of Jacobs ladder About half knew nothing about Esau or Ruth or the mark of Cain or the angel seated ii the vacant tomb These young people were not gath ered up from the slums of tho city and from the byways and backwoodi in the country They were not igno rant unlettered children of day labor era but they were from the families of well 1o educatedand for the most part Christian people Illinois State Epwortb League h convention Peoria tabledwith only one decsnting vote a resolu tion to send a telegram of greeting to that loyal Methodist and noble Statesman William McKinley When the Methodist are too true to their church to endorse a canteen president because he dishonors his membership by his ignoble record in public deeds it honors itself and goes far to remove the stain placed on the name of Methodismby the unworthy record of this public ser vant A knight Who reverenced his conscience as hi- King Whose glorywas redressing human wrong Who spoke no slander no nor listen ed to it Who honored his own words as if his Gods Who led a sweet life in pure chastity Who loved one uulyand who clove to her stud worshipped her by years of noble deeds- Tennyson The Frances E Willard branch of he W C T U has received per lission from the Secretaryof tho reasury to erect fiw use of the public 1 drinking fountain on a part of the- Jot occupied by the public building in fushville Teiiu Carroll D Wright the eminent latistical authoritysays that for very dollar that the saloon brings in it causes an outgo direct and indirect f21 AN EPIDEMIC OF DIAKUHOEA 31r A Sanders writing from Cocon nut Grove Fla toys there has been quite an epidemic ef dinrreoca there Ho had a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chamberlains Colic Cnol erR and Dlnrfhoen Remedy lie anye he also recommended it to others and they say it Is the blast medicine they overused 1or sate by Craig A locker Druggist DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED local iliraitoni u they cannot reach the Iaftftll orllun of ibis car There Is only one a to cure ilrafnw and that U by conttllullopil rIIII ItealtirM It coilfcil lijr uo iDllamcd ann llouuftba miiodm mules of the KuiticMin ulw when Ihli tube Is InllanieU you have a nuWlloK sound or lui frct bearing and when It euilrely clusul nruIIIreulll and unless Ihe Indiiuma Ion Mil be out thin tub stored to Hi normal condition hearing will iirojed forerer ulnecatci out of ten are cau ed d conItionWe will give ODe hundred 1lolhn anjr CIM or Deafness cauwl catarrh that cannot bt ured I1r hails Catarrh Curs tftnd for clrculin eeF J CUEittJY CO Toledo 0 sold by DmicKitlt 75c mils Family rills are tbe Lett Chief Geroplrao tho famous old Apache after 14 years Imprisonment has trope stark raaa a Fort Sill Indian Teriltqry BAD COMPLEXIONS Dry Thin and Falling Hair and Red Rough Hands Prevented by CUTICURA SOAP MILLIONS uso CtrncunA SOAr exclusively for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin for cleansing tho scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing red rough and sore hands in the form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and chnfings or too free or offensive perspiration in the forum of washes for ulecrativo weak nesses anti for many sanative antiseptic purposed which readily sug gest themselves to women and especially to mothers and for all the purposes of tho toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion can induccthosc who have once used it to use any other especially for preservingand purifying thoskin and hair of infants and children CcTicciiA SoAr combines delicate emollient properties derived from Cimcuiu the great skin cure with tho purest of cleansing ingre dients and the most refreshing of lower odors No other medictitcd soap ever compounded is to bo compared with it for preserving puri fying and beautifying tho skin scalp hair and hands No other for eign or domes tic toilet soap however expensive is to bo compared with it for all the purposes of fho toilet bath and nursery Thus it com bines in ONE SoAr at ONE PIUCE viz TWENTTFIVE CENTS the mST skin and complexion soap BEST toilet and BEST baby soap in tho world Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor Consisting of Ctmctnu SOAP to cleant the akin and tcalp of crusts and sales and often tbe thickened cuticle Ctrricoi Ointment to Instantly allay Itthlnj v d Irritation and Booth and heel and CUTICCIU KMOLTXXT to cool and CIftDlllbl blood Irlc Tug HIT tl Ji or HOAr 26a0taraaxT We KEtoLTiXT Ste Bold throughout the world IOTTIB Vnvo Aa- DCaaaCoarSol flOP Boton U A now feint UcauUf ol 8kla lUlr apd nandhee GO TO= JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky Nice olionslNThe Newest in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys Linen and Dight Weight Suits at Greatly Reduced Prices I will bo glad to furnish you any day in the year suitable goods at Bottom Prices Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond Ifnot write to the home office for literature or call on our nearest went for an explanation of its terms and conditions I Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns 150 and fire per cent interest for the average time for each dollar paid in 2 Stock taken now will all be matured from eighteen to twenty four months with a large part redeemed in a much shorter time 8 It Is matured in consecutive order consequently all element of chance II elimina ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin the sooner will your coupons begin to mature For further information address A SMITH nOW AX Secretary J C BAlLEt Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky f THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been reo Gently equipped with the marvelous Anaatlgmat Lenses tbo new discovery in optical science to say to tbo Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Jnst received large stock of tho very Latest Designs irk4ou1dizgs Patterns never sold in this locality before have to ho seen to bo appreciated Suit able for frnmrng from the photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among the lot le the Now French mont linge snnrlnlly for sullabl- qeUcate pictures Embroidered Mats French Wulur Culuta utdell pictures that roo a dainty frame When In Danvll1 call and yen vs and rr our para Wr will save you moneyla Third Street Opposite Ioci OfSw Dnnvllle Ky There b no need to go to the PARIS EXPO goom1314AugustIURSE IS = ipoo 30000 RE1I1UM will each day the i JII n el f thing and lilt Pond fear live Stock Pacing Mule Races I Free THE BOYS BAND 36Fino Lads direct from Hungary la DsUly ConcorU 85 TiE WERNTZ FAMILY rME3IBEBsGAr 30000 Trotting Running ttraotiosHUNGARIAN MILITARY Thooo celebrated families give FREE PERFORifANCE3 In front of grand stand no to THE DULWORTD FAM- ILY8MEMBERS8 Unrivaled Acrobats J C=c AEOADIAN VIJJAWill Include the most Enrgcous extensive and attractive array of amuse inont features the heat and highest priced artiste and the grandest aggre t inn or Oriental lad iiodern noverty features ever congregated under JIM rmnneeracut YOt PAXT AFFORD TO MISS ITI 1- t It E W SHANKLir Secretary Lexington Ky uriica rntct on all railroads See posters and small hand bllla t FOR RRNToo- dd property In tho town of Crnli Orchard W LANUUUAl Krlgor Ky POSTED I hereby notify Ihe puljlc that mjr land U pat- td and that viii penult no hUlltlnforhogoiany kimlon It pnnlhed- 10thsAiilextent oflhelaw MFELANU HOTEL FOR SHL6Ix- tdlnt llotrl In KointrMl with good buslnwi will yell or tratlo for good stock ftnu principally cnu Addrru iNTKnioft JOURNAL OSTEn myfarmVM LANDOIUK Krie rKy OITfaunKMWI NlKVLi4 Utttnbctiu Ky LUTES 5c CO j LIVE STOCK DEBLEBS Millcdgovillo Ky HWe tilt on liincli Rood Stock Ewes and also hat on lunJi thoroughbred South Jo n tams for sale LUTE A CO BICYCLES REPAIRED f Mot compi r to Illcvclo Store In Central RlcydeDANVILLE CYCLE CO Q4 Ile ard St DatiYllio ICy Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid Everything drat eleu Porters meet ill train 89 J T SI TTOlf Undertaker Huitonville Kentucky OSn hU once U the popla ofWt Ueeold and Cue r ccuntlM uUltock ol Coffloiand Cuk tutlvaiaoo end- DlIcarpu rUaaactr i MIntoshs Livery fFeed Stable lcKlnnEY KY Good lugs at reasonable pricei Fete driven double and tingle tot u or night It you want to work Casey and adjoining counties eKIDnI1Y Is the place to drive from Honra well cared for by single toed day week or month A share of your pa manage solic- itedWHITE HOTEL Vf n CARUIEB IKOU CORBIN KENTUCKY CloM to ruMDfrr tVpot Tnt tlau throohout lisle 12 per day H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Paper Hanging And Painting Feu me UfuiA you let your painting I will sere you money I will furnish Iper and put It on the well from Ifk up In word I Will sell you paper II cheap as you can buy It ID town and hang It at k per belt I will do painting In proportion All work guaranteed J J Stanford Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your buggy carriage or wagon In IIntduntyl Experienced men to do It and work Ituaran- tred You can have your 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