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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 F SEMI WEEKLY I INTERIOR JOURNftLt ISSUED EUERY TUESDAY fiND FRIDKY KT 1 H YEAR VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 319009 A M NO 44 n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A postofllco has icon established at Troipur Knox county John II Tros per imsluiaitor- Tho drug store and building of Gco Scboolllold at Burgle was burned loss 92500 Incendiary Tho L N will replace the COpouad rails with 80 pounders on lie heavy grades on tbo Cumberland track Gcoruo Mallard who killed Tom Irv- In Johnton at Uoreu depot Saturday surrendered His plea le Boltdefense Tho consul otllca at Washington has made public tlio population of tho city of Cincinnati It la 32fiW2 an Increase over the last census bf 23091- Wllllamsburu Institute has notice of the coming of more girls than it can accommodate It sadly needs n girls boarding homo which can bo erected for 12000 Argus C D Chenuult for 30 years calhler- af the Madison National flank resign cd his position and hat boon lucccodcd temporarily by Mr Waller Dennett president of the bank Dr John Williams a prominent phy Iclun of Ford 12 miles north of Hlch mono Is reported to have been drown ed in a collision at sea while on rojto to visit bis old bomo In North Walci oThe friends of Cam Williams of Plttaburg who Was sentenced a year ago to Imprisonment for two years tn tho State ponltontlary for killing Chas Junes a young man are getting up n petition to Coy Hcckbnm asking for the reloaio of tho prlionar A 20000 flro occurred pet Harrodi burp Tuesday which destroyed two business houses The cornor house was occupied al a dry Roods and millinery establishment by Mrs John Dixie Tho adjoining storeroom was owned by MM Lluoy and Wild occupied by Ma rlon Davis jowolry and furniture dealer It Is thought the fire was duo to Incendiarism CHURCH MATTERS It turns out that bcbwotnfurth tho Illinois menlati bus married his Ho- and has turned chrUtlan scientist Ray D C Ilorton will preach at Preacbqrsvllia next Sunday and at tho Stanford Methodist church Sunday the rah Mm Welch has a letter from Rot George 0 Darnes slating that bo ned wlfo celebrated July 20th the anolvor vary of their marriage by joining Uowlos Zion Christian Catholic church Ala and alack Fourloolsl olden who had been using Incendiary language wero cap turcd by a mob at Manstlold 0 Two of them were released on promlso to leave and tho others were stripped painted and paraded through tho streets Georgia papers say that Sam Jones the evangelist Is about to forsake his old homo at Cartersvlllo that State and remove to the vicinity of Atlanta and they Intimate that his change of residence will bo made almply because be has loaf bis grip on the Carters villa people At Ulysses ICes ono night last week the Hov Mr Johnson prayed to God to lava tho farmers crops and soon tor rests of water camo down The rain wee tbo heaviest for many years and It continued all night The Rov Mr Johnson and htscoogrcgallon could not loavo tho schoolhouse and tho night wee spent In prayer and songs of thanksgiving RUBBLES Dunbar bought a pair of work mules of D G Fax for 82SO L Hubblo sold his fat hogs to Fox Me Carley at Ito Georgo Wood wont to Dee Lick Saturday to recolvu about 100 sheep JT C Rankln sold a work mule to B U Fox for S120 J C Kutmnkn ioUJ his QHV crop of hay to JtU Itaughinun delivered on our at Stan ford for S5o L G Hubblo hue lost three Ono oalvijs fruin bluok leg In the last tow ay s Jt J Walker has beer vl outing onlvol In the vicinity since ad o fur no more hate died from lu r lam Irvine df Pula kl uounty Is wiui F lilgnuy for u few days Oeo- k Runkin building him a new stock burn Mrs T O Rankin U on the puny lIet but U much bolter ut this writing MOd dulilea H C Walters and A M Lucd nro attending tbo cump meeting ttt WllmOro Miss Flonnlo Hammonds has gone to Casey and Rug sell to spend a fo3v we Dies with ruin lives Johu Robinson bits gono to tho mountains alter some sheep Mr Doll of Ohio is in looking attar aoiaa food ing cattle If you have n baby in the house you will wish to know tlie best way to chock any unusual looseness of tho bowels or diarrhoea so common to small children O P M llolUdny of Denting Iml who line MI eleven months old chld siiys Through the months of Juno and July our baby was teething and look a running oil of tho bowels and sickness of the atom nch Jib bowels would movo from five to eight tiuius a tiny I had a bottle of Chamberlains colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Itanedy In the house and gave him four drops in a teaspnonful of water and he got butter at once For sale by Craig tc hockey Druggists Four girls wero caught by tho under tow white bathing ut Ocean City and drowned MATRIMONIAL- T P Mooro 20 and Miss Laura Say lor 18 woro made one on tho 2d by Rev David Monk- sAaronNoakf 25 a cousin of Cnpt R R Noaks was married to Miss Rebecca Harris 10 at Rev J G Livingstons by that gentleman on the lAt the ago of US years n woman of Waterloo N Y has jut taken upon herself tho vows of matrimony and Is proud of the tact that sho Is probably tho oldest brldo In tho world Miss Mary Margaret Harding of Plcasantvlllc who made frequent visits to this city to her undo and aunt Mr and Mrs Robert Harding Will bo married on Aug 8th to WS Throlkcld Danvlllo Now Mr John L Kennedy 22 eon of Mr Grovo Kennedy and Mies Mary Cum mine tho pretty 17ycurold duughicr of Mr W H Cummins were married at tho latter residence on tho let and start life with many good wishes from hosts of friends Mr H G Pointer and Mrs Harvey of Garrard wero married at tbo St Asaph Wednesday by Rev S M Ran kin Misses Payne and Roberts and Messrs J R Bradley and John M Payne accompanied tbo couple and nil enjoyed a fine dinner spread for them at the hotel Mr and Mrs William H Sheer of Danvlllo celebrated the COth anniver lary of their marriage Wednesday They are both In good health and arc 70 nod 71 respectively Ten children wcro born to them five of whom are lying Mr Shears Is tbo oldest mer chant In Dan 11110 Without previous notice to their many friends Mr Charles D Miller and Miss Mary Gentry wero united In marriage Saturday night at tho resi lance of Rev Jasper K Smith who olllelatcd tho attendants being Mr Duke Gordon of this city and Miss Stella Wilmot of Frankfort The bap py couple repaired to the residence of tbo grooms brother Mr A D Miller und there received tho congratulations of awaiting guests who bad been ap praised of the marriage Richmond Clluax A MINISTERS GOOD WORK I hada severe attack of bilious colic JOt a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and wee entirely cured snys Itev A Oaerof Kmporla Kan My neighbor cruse the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor Ho used them for three or fOllt days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief so discharg ed him I went over to tee him next morning He said Isis bowels were in a terrible Gx that they had been running ofTso long that it was almost bloody flux I asked him if bo bad tried I hatnberlains Colic Cholera and Dianboea Ret ued and he said No I wont borne net brought him my bottle and gave him one done told him to take another dote Jn fifteen or twenty minutes if be did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured I think it the brit medi cine I have ever tried For sale by Craig h Hooker Druggists Low Wcet Railroad bargain days via tho Monon oute Tickets will bo sold by the Monon route from Lou Isvlllc Ky to Klnts In Arizona lint ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska Now Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash igloo Northern Wisconsin and Wy oming at one fir toll1sli faro plu82 for the roundtrip on June 10th July II 17 Aug 721 Sept 4 18 Oct 2 JO Nov- 20 and Dec 4 10 llmltod returning 21 days Pros pooling pttrllas rind tout ists will be furnished with suhodulax and further information by addrorslng K If Bacon District PussfDiror Agont MonotiUouto Louisville Ky REMEDY FOR lLuxSqulre Jumos M Llllard gives us this ure cure fur flux says the Harrodsburg Damn cm Fill a tumbler half full of apple vinegar put a tennpnon full oaoh of Crab Orchard and Epsom suits and a utblaspounful of table salt Take A spoonful every hour until six doses have been taken and then every fwo- hours and you will be well before you know It A NIGHT or TEiinonA- wml aIISMI WM kit fer the widow of the braY Oral Hurnlwmof 3laehhSDlr whin be duetotr wkl tit could cIts Slrs tl ll Unan who uiientlwt TlC the ttful IathAU thought the wed roan rite tma llIflllnllln bu ikw brgtl Iur Ill Rings Eew ItuJYlry suyleg It were thou fiH fay nr ker W Cauew ttut tires III floodsdibadi4trsdl7J1 u ChI IDtI I- yrtr I his uurvel uw to euro all 101110wsdkdae Ii Chl ou and Lens 4leu Only ear and Trial free at 1tooyl drutl sure Robert Cunningham 00 proprlotor of tho Cunningham Hotel at Kansas City was fined 500 In police court for mashing on complaint of Mine Maud Watson and Miss Emma Pryor who- pped at his hotel Tho laws of health require that the bowels move encroach day nnd ono of the penalties for violating this law Is piles Keep your bowels regular by tak- Ing a dose of Cbninboilnlns Stomach nnd t Liver Tablets when necessary and you will hover have that severe punishment Inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by Craig Hocktr Druggists LANCASTER Garrard county will bo well repre rented at the Uustanvlllo fair Tho coroners jury agreed that Hen ry Hughes was killed by tho northbound train last Sunday morning about 3 oclockMr A Robinson had three cattle to dlo which acted as If tboy were mad and It Is reported that a rabid dog was coon snapping at them Elijah Siodghlll and Lizzie Elmons both colored were arrested by Mar sbal Pierce and Judge Drown fined them 41 for a breach of tbo peace on Battle Row 18 Elkln has bought E W Nor rls meat store and will continue busi ness at the same place Mr Norrie bas made many friends and Mr Elkln Is an old hand at tbo business Bro Barnes article In the iNTKUiOFt JOURNAL In reference to the future existence of dogs Is full of good sense ard reason The faithful dog Is truer than man and possesses traits that make us ashamed of ourselves A good dog Is more faithful than any man and mod a bad dog Is bettor than a bad man Speaking of a cull session of tho Leg Islaiuro to modify tbo election law I suggest that In order to get close to tho people from whom all Slower comes a law bo enacted requiring tbo precincts to bold meetings 30 dupe before the election to appoint men to meet at the court bouse to appoint election otllcers We follow this plan to nominate candi dates fo less Important oftlccs and the work Is reasonable when wo consider the fact that an election officer holds tbo noaltloa upon which depends the election of all olllcers and the peace und dignity of the Commonwealth Tho sudden death of Mine Dorcas Leave at her home three rupee from town on Tuesday morning of heart disease caused a deep gloom to per ratio the entire community Funeral service were conducted at the Pre by terian church Wednesday by Revs A W Crawford and U N Faijlconer A large crowd was In attendance and the services wcro duly Impressive many sympathetic chords being touched by the grief of she mother sister and brothers Sho was 18 years of ago Just entering womanhood and tbo picture of health buvlng been effected but a few moments before her death She was a member of the Presbyterian church very much admired by everybody and was related to some of the best families In tbo county- F D Flsslngcr and two traveling men named Baker and Helzer disa greed about the amount of their hotel bill and the latter left for Danville af ter paying part bf the turn demanded Flsslnger swore out a warrant cbarg ing them with fraudulently obtaining hotel accommodations without paying for same They wore arrested In Dan ville brought back anti tried In Judge Drowntf court the jury agreeing that they were not guilty Mr Fisstnger Is now the defendant in two suits of 15 000 each for damages on account of the melts Mr Flsslnger had charger them for all tho meals during tbelr stay but they refused to pay for one meal which they did not eat because chicken was not served claiming that that was the contract at the beginning which Mr Flsslngor denies Tomlin son and Owsloy represented the plain tiff and Hurodon the defendants Mr and Mrs R E Hughes of Lou isville will visit relatives hero next week Mrs R E MuRoberla rind danghlur Letllo went to Louisville Wednesday Dr and Mrs W S El kin of Ailaiitu liD l Mr iSmrgo Ma- In of dilution ore hfiv with rela tives Mr T I lUUD r tnt well Mr Grorpe LurkU ou dury i s U orekr at CrenQtsterd Mr R M Dilletmy o h with us and will burn another brick kiln this fall Prof J tl Pauor onwllconduut the Doyle county teachers lnktltirtpnext wvk nod is cure give tatisfaetion M acme C D Powell George Palmer H C Uiiinllion J Paul Miller Theo Curry lr and Earl Farru bavo prune to Niagara Falls Mrs A D Ford hue turned from Wllaioro MUSSM tot P HlKtli E P Moribund tber faD llos were here Tuecduy 1laater Rob rt Walter boa symptoms of fovorv Mr and Mrs Edward Price entertained a few bleed ut tell Wednesday vonlog 0 S Oreenlenf lelII TUN DOLLAUS Michigan and return A via steamer Mnnltou For Wednesday August Kith the Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville via Chicago rind S S Manltou the finest haM on Lako MIoh Igan to Maoklnac Potojkoy tiny Vlow Wcquetonslng and sister resorts at the remarkably low rate of 810 fore round trip Tickets will bu good returning 15 days Bookings should bo made at once as the party will bo lim ited to accommodations ueslgnod Par ticulars of E H Bacon D P A Lou isville Tho grout wall of China la tho largest artificial structure In tho world Ht is 1500 mlles In length and varies In height from 40 to foot It was bulk over 2000 years ago THAT THROBBIia HEADACHE KingIwf I their oittclilns merit Idatb They wake bloool and wdod build ul your heiltb Easy SerrollsI Try them Only rents Money back cured bold bj Penny Drupght I MT VERNON A majority of tho common schools havo opened The Bank of Mt Vernon will open for business Sept 15th S W DavIs bas nearlycompletedhlB twostory storehouse near the railroad crossing Lloyd Maret Is In receipt of a Deck barn button enclosed in a loiter with compliments of the governor The turnpike question has again been taken up by our county paper and tbo people rare taking considerable interest in tho tubject Theo Wesley has moved his drug store to the Joplin store houee Cox Bros will open a store In the house va cated by Wesley Brick layers are making good prog ress on the Bock Adams bulldlnjr John Suter the noted atone mason is In charge of tho stono work Mrs Fannie Pennlngton wife of Samuel Pennlngton died of typhoid fever last Saturday morning Tho reo mains wero laid away In the cemetery here Sunday morning The Ml Vernon band left Wednes day night for Nlcholasvlllc where they will play two days for the street fair Prof Alf Cbiesman of the famous London band Is with them The telephone line building In Rock castle Is moving right along Connec Lion with Hansford will bo bad wllhln 10 days Poles are being set on lines from this place to Wild Ie Langford and Orlando London will be talking to the outside world by tho 25th By tho completion of the telephone line from Richmond to Ford last week the Independents are now enabled to do business with Winchester Lexington Paris Ml Sterling etc By Sept 1st tbo new line from Lancaster to Rich mood will be completed which will graatly provo tbo service Judge R G Williams who Is n mighty sick man Id at Mallory Springs HIs host of friends and admirers earn estly hope that the doctor diagnosis of his case will not hold good The med cal men Informed him that bo would probably not live more than six months Tbo Judge bravely said I will try and fool you Wo aro In receipt of the Interesting program of the G A R reunion for the blue and the gray which takes place at Woodstock on Aug 15 10 and 17 Huston Osborn and Dr G W Is aacs are In charge of arrangements and they will see that every one attending bOIl a good time The Mt Vernon band bis been engaged to furnish the music Miss Ida May Adams Is learning tbo mysteries of the switchboard and at slsilng in tho telephone exchange Fritz Krueger Is back from Manches ter Hyden and Sbelbyvllle where he Is putting up buildings Mrs G A Rice and Mrs Dr Lawrence visited Leye Green Fifteen men from Level Green neighborhood went to Favetlo county to work In the tobacco fields A H Beetle was up from Lancaster dur ing four days of last week reconstruct ing his Rockcastle lines Quite a party from here spent Tuesday with Mrs Zack Hansel at her country home near this place H C McCann who Is traveling In the interest of the new government survey has been In Mt Vernon almost a week and Is still meet ing with great success in his work here LAST EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY On Thursday Aug 10th the Chesa peake C Ohio will run Its annuM ex cursion to Atlantic City and Cape May Tickets will be sold for both morning and evening trains for S14 for round trip from Lexington Winchester Dud Mt Sterling good returning until Aug 27th Through sleepers for Atlantic City will leave Lexington on the F F V Limited nt 11 A M reaching Allan tic City next afternoon Sleepers to Washington only on night train At lantic City Is the most popular seaside rewirtand a visit there Is never to be forgotten Send in your namoj for f 1ttplnr cur reservation or any Infor mation you da lru George W Barney Dlv Pass Agt LAxIngion Ky Various report from the several V priHonH at Pakfn of dates as late as July 22 loqludlng one from Minister Conger leave no doubt of their safety adalso force a roiillintlon of tlio ne cessity of tho Immediate departure of the relief colnmh for though they ate alt the perils have not been remov ed There seems to be no doubt that China and Russia are at war in the Amur government and that nil the ministers aro held as hostages but further than that there Is no reliable news as to the political situation The gravest danger teems to bo that If the advance Is begun tbo remaining Eu ropeans In Pekln may be put to death Three grand midsummer excursions Niagara Falls Thousand Islands and Toronto all In ono via tho Queen L Crescent route Aug 2d fltb 10th only 81005 Niagara and return from June tion City Through trains day coaches and Pullman sleepers Cincinnati to Niagara Aug 2d via Big 4 A1ug Oth via 0111 D Ry Aug 16th via Erie Lines Tickets good 12 days to return See small bills or ask agents for furth er particulars Tho 7th victim of tho Negro Charles bullets at New Orleans has died i HON BEN V SMITH Of the democratic nominee for Con grew In the llth district who will nut down the republican majority and make many hundred votes fort the National and State tickets his home paper the SomersetJournaleaye Mr Smith was born In 1880 on a farm In iho northern part of Pulse county where bo lived and tolled for a ilvolleood and to curn money with which to procure an education alter nately laboring teaching school and attending Kentucky University He was graduated In a Normal school In Ohio receiving degree of A B and since that of A M and L L B He removed to Texas whore ho remained nngaged in teaching three years re turning to Somerset In 1809 where hews admitted to the bar and since that tlmo bas been actively engaged in the practice of his profession His first ac thc participation In politics was in 1595 In the campaign of Hurdln and Clay being a warm supporter of the former In 1800 be was among tbo Drat- to declare for the free coinage of silver tied was sent as a delegate to the Chi cago convention In 1890 ho was mude Stale Central Coma member of the mittee and devoted his time and money to help organize the district In 1807 ho made his tires race for office the judgeship of Pulaski county und although McKlnlevs majority in the Smith with difcounty was l5t9 Mr acuIty was defeated bv the small ma- Jority of 392 Mr Smith ts a stump speaker of no mean ability bright con fident and quick at repartee always aggressive yet never abusive He mar sled a republican In Ohio whom with all his natural and acquired gifts In persuasive and argumentative power tie modestly confesses he has never been able convert Q C C R RiElks street fair horse show and earn val Lexington Aug 1318 Ono fare for the roundtrip from all Queen Creszent points In Kentucky nnd from Cincinnati eachMay of the fair These tickets are good to return until Aug 20lb Do not fall to go Ask ticket agent for particulars Patrons of Ibe horse show and carnival of 1000 will be Introduced to a roost gorgeous and ex endive array of amusement features Within an enclosure will be aggrega ted no lees than Ib separate and distinct shows which will conspire to furnish every form of wholesome entertainment known to man A hundred dither 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 other are dally being negotiated and will be announced through all papers billboards and other advertising mediums Among the features already contracted for are the performing horses ele hunts camels trained dogs donkeys menagerie of wild beans and Japanese theatre ExcunsiON TiutOLoit CANADA TO NIAGARA FALLS The C nII D Ry excursion to Niagarawill run n popular FII111 by WilY of Detroit and the MIHI gan Central through Canada Ticket on ate Aug 0ih roiurn limit Aug 20in Price for the roundtrip from Cincinnati will be 7 correspondingly low rates from nil points Apply to C U fc D Ry agents for ballet giving full information An experienced agent will accompany the train to look after the comfort of passengers If you take this trip you can say you have physical wonder of sueD the greatest our earth What most people want is something mild and gentle when In treed of n phys io Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tho b to a dot They rare easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists A FniCSHTFUL BLUKDER Solid Cut orHum Will otlf n raiiM a horrible Ihieklen Atnlca italrr the It lu ibeItrulw mnilvlv hut II world will kill the Ia1n and lIa Felon Ours 01t Sores Fever Musa Ulren Krupilonf lIt IMU III SrVh alISklll nl I1Ilbylenny imiggUt About one seventh of the reports off been tabulated the pew census have already and from these It Is estimated that the total population will be between 7500000 and 70000000 an crease of about 14000000 In 10 years p Secretary Long says the naval work now under way by tbo JJnlled States will cost 02000000 Stat College of Kentucky +ea tl1BfolowlngSchoolIssilcalofwhich extends over tour years and leads to n degree Post graduate courses ofstudy are also provided leading ench to a masters degree Each course of sturdy B profcasorsandBnwIIlIhl8modernThe It j f 830000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men CongressGraduates nail thocolltJoIII503For information regauling courses of study and terms of admission app y to JAMES K ATTEItSON Ph D L L D President AgentFall r 6nlv6 I a k Minutes of your time and drop in and see our new quarters and Incidentally let us show you some of t- heMidSttmmer BargainsWe are oflpriug in Clothing Straw tints Shoes fie IT PHTS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBES Your money back if youre not satlsCed Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman tit CoI Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hocker Stanford HM A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 rand Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles EtcJ0 I will duplicate any prices offerecl- J 4JAOtU tCD4d0043AIIQ a Glotbing llndflatsy At Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance To Get Bargains In Tho Above Lines eoI Farris G Co PENNYS D UGs10ijE Drugs Books s Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky r c s r THE INTERIOR STANFORD KY AUG 3 1900 W P WALTON r EiyiOC flTIC TICKET For Prtiutait WILLIAM JRNNINGS XRYAX- OfXebrafhi Fur VictPritiJtnt 4VLAI k1 STEYEt1SOA OJ JUinot For OottrXar r J C IP BEGKIIAX- 0iftlvtni For Congre GEORGE Of GILBERT Of Shelby MOODY who claims to bavo been nominated for Congress In tbe Tth die trlct declined to attend the meeting of the State central committee at Coving ton yesterday but forwarded a copy of the official proceedings of tbe Paris convention together with a letter pro teatln against the committee taking any action In the case giving It as the opinion of himself and friends that tbe fcaso has passed beyond party control i and it is now only a question for tbo 1courts Matters are in a very unfortu nato In the 7th and be Is not a good democrat who docs not strive an 0 2 amicable adjustment of the claims 1of the two eo called nominees POWERS made a miserable attempt j to give plausible reason for going to Louisville the day Goebel was shot bu ho failed utterly He said earlier in + his testimony that Taylor had advised the sending home of the mountain mob M their presence was having a bad ef fect on the Legislature arid causing tbe Brown democrats to desert hlmand yet bo puts up the flimsy story that he wont to Louisville oa the day of the assaasf na t Lion to get money to bring another mob from Western Kentucky The stories j do not consist nor do many of the other statements of the witness who for months has been schooling himself ior lha ordeal of testifying f As a cross examiner Col TC Camp bell is not a markad success He did fairly well with Power but Col W 6 Welch could have made him get so tangled in his well studied story that he wouldnt know what he had sworn to before he got through Very little f credence should be put in the testimony of a man who swears to save his life If Powers had Goebel killed he would not hesitate at the lesser crime of swearing to a lie which he has cer P talnly done if the other witnesses test t Ified truthfully THE almost absolute certainty of a call for an extra session of the Legh laturo by Gov Backbam to amend th election law so as to make It non partl tan has thrown confusion Into tbo t ranks of republlcanswhoao only chance fol success lies in having tbe law remal as it is Gov Beckbum we think will Vba elected any way but with the law changed so as to take away the ammu nltloa of the enemy his majority will be so great that none can gainsay it BRESSI the anarchist who usasslna ted the King of Italy must have been studying Kentucky republican methods of government by assassination He deserves a little more consideration r however than the Kentucky assassins i who hid their miserable tool and are trying to shield the Infamous consplra tors He went out in the open and did the despicable deed committeeImenand decided to hold a convention t nominate a candidate for Congress a Richmond on the 20th county conven dons to name delegates to it to be held on the 18th at 1 PI The candidates are G M Davison of Lincoln Mllesof Jessamine Cardwell Mercer Dr Jno M Williams Kockcaslle aud Petty Shelby TILE selection of Gov James B Mo Creary to conduct the campaign for tbe democrats Is a wise and excellent one He has had much experience in that line and always gets what he goes alter If his advice Is followed there will be no mistakes during the campaign f THE Louisville Post heads an article Death to tbe Assassin meaning come other assassin of course except the ooo that killed Goebel The pa pers whole effort from the beginning has been to shield him and prevent the punishment of the political conspire tors who are very close to it THE republicans are trying to get papulrwln tbe regularly nominated Mndldate for Congress In the Louis idle district tp withdraw so as to fuse a Brownie but the captain won ear of it It seems the height of Im pudence to ask him to do so WE are indebted to Editor Loving aloes of the Elkton Progress for a compliment which we would re educe but for the fear some one ilght think we agree with certain al legations THE republicans will have their cam paign headquarters in a hole in the round They have selected the base Bent of the Galt House for fixing up irays that are dark and tricks that are air WIUIam Henry Jones candidate for ie republican nomination for Congress ibie third district has withdrawn the republicans and bolting dem- oatswllFfuae on McKenzie MOH a 1y 1POLITICALLi A poll democrat shows that 00 per cent of them will IIoio for Bryan this year ar 35000 pensioners died last year but the pension roll has grown until now it is only a few thousand ehort of a million Judge P C Walker of Anderson has shied his castor also In the race for the republican nomination for Congress In this district Mr Bryan eayn he will not discuss the Income tax in his notlflcationfcpccch but will deal with the subject in his letter of acceptance The war department Issued an order for a general election In Cuba to b held In September to elect delegates t a constitutional convention Democratic National Chairman Jas Jones who Is In Washington says tit prospects for democratic control of th next House were never butter There are now 11 presidential tickets In the field This announcement would be a great deal more Important most of them were in the wheat field The forthcoming report of tho com missioner of pensions will show a grand total of 003523 pensioners on July lan Increase of 2010 for the year A vote for 1 erkes Is uu Indorsement of Taylor for Yerke Indorsed Taylor and so did the convention that noml nated Yerkcs Hopklnsvlllo New Era A Chicago man has made an even bet of 1000 with a friend that on tbe pop ular vote In November Bryan will have a plurality of 334700 votcsover McKln ley Republican United States Senator Wellington of Maryland announces that be will oppose the reelection of McKinley He says the president de calved htm- l Gov James B McCreary will be chairman of the campaign committee and the other members S J Shacked ford Gus G Coulter B W Bradburn and Henry Bell Ludlow Petty Shelbyvllles postmaster has after much urging by re publicans agreed to make the race for the republican nomination In his con gresslonal district Leading republicans are urging Henry Jonet to withdraw from th Congressional race In the 3rd and let McKenzIe Nog a bolter and a turn coat have a free track Farm laborers are wanted in tbo ofIrepublican administration with the help of Providence Louisville Times The republican committee of tbo lith district have formally renomlnated Vincent Borelng for Congress A coo ventton was also called at London Sep 22 to nominate a candidate for circuit judge A H Cardin of Crittenden county was nominated for governor by the populists In State convention The plat form opposes the Goebel election law and condemns government by assassi nation Now that Mr Caleb Powers has ex plained the whole thing like a perfect gentleman give him a chrome and let him go pay his frlonds Taylor and InjlanynCourier Journal A dispatch from Lexington says that three brothers W a P Brecklnrldge e Gen Joseph J Brecklnrldge and Attorney General Robert J Breckin ridge neither agreeing with the other in politics dined together Sunday The republicans are said to have de tided to withdraw Capt H S Irwin from thr race for Congress In the Lou- Isvllle district and substitute Jonn Marshall The change is said to have beta decided upon after repeated coo fercnces between the party leaders who think Irwin Incapable of making a strong race- Cbalrman Allie W Young Is alleged iqywoultd support r Evans in his capacity as United States InvesImatter a pros ecuting Young for contempt GTbe society of anarchists at Pater son N J not only Indorse their asso elate Breasts assassination of the King of Italy but threaten a resort to like methods for the betterment of govern ment In this country There are some persons In Kentucky who bold similar views but they pose as special chain plane of tbe purity of the ballotLou isville Tithes Tbe Philadelphia Press draws this lesson from tbe Georgetown assassination trials That politicians in office who seek to retain place by Using their positions to protect and promote crime are assuring for themselves cer tain exposure and disgrace and that their Interference by lawless agencies In elections or in the results of elec LIons will bring disaster to themselves and their party It Is up to the republicans to find a man to make the race for Congress against Gilbert in tbe eighth district They claim that their nomination carries with it a cinch on the election but Bradley evidently does not believe It for he has distinctly declined the prof fered honor oven when it was tender ed on a gold waiter Collier was the pext favorite but ho will be too busy keeping Pension Agent Combs job warm for him to make the race Who wants it gentlemen and pie hunters Its going at a bargain Louisville Times NEWS A boy at Joueaville Va was kllled by lightning while talking over tbe telephoneIn county Id John Cox u 12yearold boy accidentally shot and killed his eightyearold brother By special Invitation Gen John B Gordon will be tbe guest Of the G A R Encampment at Chicago Aug 31 QThe Jewell building at Glasgbw colI lapsed causing n lots of between 830 000 and 840000 all J injuring four per sons John Clark Ridpath tho historian died in Now York utter an illness of three months from a complication of disease Duke of SaxcCoburu Gotha second eon of Queen Victoria died suddenly of heart dUeao Ho also bad cancer of the tongue After a lops and sensational trial Alexander Jester was acquitted at Now London Mo of the alleged murder of Gilbert Gatefl 2J years ago The amount oj gross gold in tho treasury Wednesday reached 8431170 inothe treasury in history pov rnmentIt that Bresl tbe murderer 0of the King of Italy took the place of u friend nod fellow anarchist of Pater son N J whp bad been selected to do the deed The death mask of Gen Lee has been found in tbe Concoraa Art Gal levy Washington City It was known that one was made but all traces of it Ibave been lost for 10 years VittorIo Emanuele Ferdinand Maria Gcnnaro tbe new King of Italywit will succeed his father under the name of Vittorio Emanuele III Is but five feet tall while his wife is 0 feet 7 Ballard Smith the weltknown jour nalist died In the McLean Asylum at Wuverly Mass For a number of years Mr Smith was connected with tho Now York World He also wrote for Louis ville papers BWilliam Wilson aged 40 noose himselfwith his suspender Toro a water pipe in a closet at Western lien lucke asylum for the Insane Ho was sent to tbe institution five months from Logan county That story from Kansas that 500 city girls have earned enough in the harvest fields in three weeks to keep them silks and diamonds during the comin winter Is probably intended for clrcula tlon by the Prosperity Bureau of re publican headquarters William Thacker postmaster at Foe x Springs and eon Bobert who were threatened with mob violence in Flem Ins county for killing John Norton during a political discussion were pu in jail for safe keeping at Maysvllle Col Robert W Nelson one of the leading attorneys for Henry Youtsev purchased for 830000 tbe Georgetown Water Light Company The affairs of the companies have been In lltlga flan for some time and tbe plant was sold by order of the court The truth comes from Pekin at last The Chinese government applauds the work of the Boxers the bombardment of the legation was dope by imperial authority and hUd been approved by decrees decrees command the Boxers to continue the extermination of the foreigners the assassination of Hero Von Ketteler was premeditated and was dope by an Imperial olllcer POWERS HAS HIS INNINGS GEOHGBTOWN Aug 2The day wa devoid of sensations except that the prosecution greatly weakened Stam pers testimony on cross examination Cut Mengcl showed an oroer from Taylor issued two weeks before the ut saul Dation to have his regiment in readiness it L McClure a Lexing ton newspaper man was put on the eland to Impeach Golden but the prosecution objections were effective Weaver Is tftlll In jail Important wit nesses not appearing at the time sotto his examination Powers continued his testimony Tuesday and practically denied every thing the prosecution had proved He declared he bad no thought of murder and that tbe mob he took to Frankfort were more of angels than law breakers HU acquaintance with Robcrr Nooks is very slight and he held none of the conversations that Noaks ascribes to him Powers said the only man he ever heard suggest that the matter could be settled by killing Goebel was Sheriff Burton As Burton Is dtad now Ills easy to lay all on him Shortly after Col Campbell took the witness in hand for crossexamination the court stood Up fairly well on his crossexamination He admitted many Immaterial statements but denied each and all the damaging statements sworn to by Culton Golden and Noaks and finally denied that he ever conspired to kill Goebel After him sensational testimony tending to discredit tbe testi mony of Wharton Golden was given In the case Rev John Stamper Golden brother ln law said that Golden had told him he was to get 85000 for testifying and also that he Golden had a written contract with Tom Campbell to receive 32500 for each conviction in the assassination cases The prosecution protested against the testimony on the ground that while Golden may have said these things the proper method of impeaching his testimony would be to prove that any undue In ueacus were brought to bear on him to secure his testimony Judge Can trill overruled the objection and allow ed Mr Stamper to proceed Stamper says he said to GoldenIII would be glad if he was out of the af fair Golden said he would be awfully glad also I told him the fellows ac cused of the crime might bo glad to give him 5000 if he would leave the State Ho said he would be glad to go it they would do It Stamper said he believed Powers Innocobt and that he betrayed his brotherinlaw la order to- IIeep Powers from being hanged Powers said I also had a confer once with Gov Taylor and ho advised the bringing of a large body of men to show their Interest in political affairs He also advised that they bo brought armed and promised to pay tho ex penses I acted on this It The roving barber Wcavorwho tes titled that he saw tbo gun fired from tho secretary of Stolesonlcetbat kill Goebolwas arrested for perjury as it is said he was at Grayson Springs the day the assassin got in his work a Power went flatly on record as opposed to the secret assembling of mill tie under the guise of petitioners but wanted Taylor to surround himself with militia and dory all civil law until the court of last resort hud acted on the contestIt s that Taylor although ho Is not before the court at Georgetown Is represented by counsel James A Vlolott is attending the trial to keep up with the evidence as it bears on Tay lots case LAND STOCK CROPS XC 0 P Huffman bought of Mark liar din four 200pound hogs at 4e Tile Paris Kentuckian reports a io of 1400 pound cattle sold at Co Six hundred native stock ewes extra good for sale Swincbroad S Son Lancaster Ky J D Noel bought 1400000 pounds of tobacco In Nicholas last year payln nut over 8100000 Smith d Nell of Gradyvlllo bought 5oO snoop in Cumberland county a few days ago at 83 Glasgow Times There has not been in years sucb a fine prospect for a big corn crop In the blue grass section all at present Forrest Maid a twoyearold filly half sister to D S Carpenters Dignity Dare sold for 8300 at Long Island Mark Hardln bought of James Hol man a bunch of calves at 81250 and of Dink Wilkinson three yearlings at 82C 0Lutes k Co bought of J A Young of Cumberland county 223 stock owes at 8350 and of tamn 100 wethers at 2c Charles Lutes of the firm of Lutes aCo has been In Jessamine county for Lexingtongewes Adams of Jessamine 710 stock owes at 350 Eddie Walter and Albert Scott sons of David Scott have rented 100 acres of land from W H Traylor to be put In wheat and are now engaged in thetcrop Tbe Northwestern Miller compute be northwestern wheat crop at 100000 000 to 125000000 bushels and messages from tbe northwest In many instances favored the outside figure Murray of the Cincinnati Price Current adhere strongly to a total crop of 550000000 bushelsMaj John D Harris has finished threshing his crop of wheat and re pdrts that on 500 acres of land he had a yield of 10850 bushels Could Major Harris realize as much for his wheat as the republicans claimed It would be worth under tbo present admlnlstrrtlon be would ttecure 810850 for this years crop Richmond Climax SEED WHEAT 400 BU MICHIGAN FULTZ This Is fresh Northern Seed The crop of condo a yield or 31 busied per acre The crop of 1000 mad 2E4 bushol wr acre on corn ground with a hoary stand of tim rithy A dire W IIIUOIIT Ptnnfnrd Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will Je I anrll MotnlaTi WeJnMJiji and fridAys Will be In Stanford TurUri Thurxliyi end Sat urUaji Office In the IVnnlngton UullJInf Stanford e- nacehounetorAtlltolr9 r OSTEOPATHY This Selene originate and deteJojxxl by lIr- A T Still of Klrmrlllo Mo dfud on the principle of Anatomy anil 1hyitology far Is re mit It uo follh1 dr g no rubbing no turKlnl operation daW bloc auger natural bteopatlijr view man u a machine oho many la adjustment Worn all rls are properl1adJueled and not orenrorktd health Is the result Some of the dlseae treated by lit Nertoui IroBtratlon Headaches Neuralgia Kheumallitu Catarrb Weak Granulated Lids burr onllpallonInach and Intestinal troubles Ulseasea of Hones and Joints Hplnalcurraturn Dislocations jiltJolot- anlrsli Incontinence of Urine Looomotor Ataz Disease a specialty Consultation Free PUBLIC SALE OF CASTLE COBB On Wednesday Aug 29 1900 At 10 oclock wo will sell to tho high est bidder at the residence Castle Cobb farm tho late home of Richard Cobb deceased Said farm containing ABOUT 300 ACRES Of the finest quality and best watered bluegrass land In Kentucky It la ttttuatod on tile water of the Hanging Fork in Lincoln county Kyontlie Stanford a Mllledgo vllle four mile from Stanford and connected with Dnnvlllo and all sur rounding town with turnpike roads It U convenient to Cincinnati Southern and L k N Railroad Stations with good social and educational advantages and church conve niences The residence U a good frame dwelling of room and two attics two large burns crib stock scales Icobouao and all other necessary a splendid young orchard In fullbunting Farm Is well fenced and tho greater portion of it In blue grass for a number of years The land will bo sold In ono or two tracts according to best bid At tho same Limo and place will be sold about 29 acres of Knob land and some personalty Richard Cobb Jr near Danville Ky or Mr Kunley Trlhble on the promises will bu glad to show anybody tlm place who may deslro to see It made known on day of aisle Possession for seeding will be given as soot st practi cable and full Jan 1st 1001 THOMAS FIIEUS- HIOIIAUUCOIinJU Executor Who can think or some almpls illnllI JAB1ET T JONES Is a candidate for jailer of Lincoln county parswad I AND GRAF Is u candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to democratic actluu THAUES II WRIGHT Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to tho notion of tho democratic larty DISK FARMER Is n candidate for Jailer subject to Win ac tion of the democratic parfy Ho solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES II candidate for Jailor of Lincoln County partySOUTimOWN BUCKS I hue for sale soioe are Southdonn HucVs and t am prepared o handlo flue Indian J II Itoacu at Cooks Sprlgt poatolttr lUiwUnJ Kjr M E Iliuirr KuiMUlc- nPETTITT BROTHERS MOUBLAND KY for Furniture Undertakers Goods And Livery A very reliable Illack Mare suitable for ladies to drive and two livery hones for ntilo fjrOur Livery Is In Good Shnpe JeW PARKHILL M Dr HOMEOPATHIC PK7SICIAU Dr Pnrkhlll has bad 20 In tho general practice of medicine and oxen his service to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cases Court House over Ileazley llron Livery Stable OIUco hours to 3 r W S BEA7MY D B S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With Vitalized Air Physician In attendance Office In the New Thompson llutlalng Tla THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FSRSTCLASSBotch 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping itlitrlct and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to Ml parts of Tho City Everything neat and clean OLD MOCK WHISKY George O Weather cord has a contract for Fuu CoxTitot AKU SALE of Old Mock Whis ky In Hustouvlllo H C MOCK Danville Ky FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hones and Mule constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager SALE OF LAND AND STOCK In order to dlvhithe mule of the late Mrs prtieSaturday Sept 1st IOOO Her farm containing xrti sxz AC t== Of good blue grau laud well improved with lirlek boaw nf seren Iu1III goring garden orchard Half Ctth lilanr In month with Interval 1owaalan given M soon u terms rerun piled with At same time I will iwll some llonea and Cow sale al sharp C U SINULLTON Admr 34th Annual Encampment CHICAGO ILL AUG 27th To 3xst 1900 Low Excursion Rates Via The And Connecting LI- neaToChioagoReturn Through trains day coicbe Pullman Sleeper and frN reclining ebaira to Cincinnati male close noUletcell with liberal return limits tkw small bills or silt agent for further particulars W C UINEAIISON Ul A ClBclnnatl IT IS ONE THING H To wo wont yon want and another thing to possess It We show it to you nnd mnko prices that place it within your roach Wo have mnde nn effort this week that 1ia bound to move what we have InjSumtner Goods Tis the Magnetism of Values That causes people to buy xvhcro their interests aro protected livery department of our estnblliliincnt ehows tim roost reliable of goods at the LOWEST OF PRICES SPECIAL 500 Pairs ladies Dongola Patent Tip Coin Toe Dress Shoes worth llCOgo title week for f9c Domestics Cliccketl Slotting Cotton worth 7c goes this week for Sic Good 1W Ticking 6c Good Yard Wide Drown Cotton 6c 30 Inch lllcachrd Cotton 5c 04 fled Table IainnHlc fast color 25o 50Inch lllcached Table Damask 25c Notions and Furnishings 3 Spool Machine Thread lOc 10 Dozen Ladies Fast Black seamless Hose SO Dozen 25o Tan I Ifo o to close this week for 15c Mcna Fancy Ilalbriggnn Underwear worth 91 goes this week for 48c Mens Silk Bosom Shirts worth 91 spe ciao tilde week LOc Good grade summer CcneU at 24c Good qualllnice titling Corsets In Pink Blue or While worth II In this nalo 48c Ladies Shirt WalsU In Lawn Percale or Gingham 39c Linen Dress Skirts 4Sc fists Duck Skirts elaborately trimmed worth SlM for 70c hough Effects In fine quality Crash Skirts OOc L Clothing hays Wash Pants tOe Buys Linen Coats well made for 39cSMens Linen Suits 91 60 Mens Linen Pants 4Sc Mens odd Linen coats ODe Iens mack Worsted Pants USe 600 Pairs dons Blue Coltonado Pnta put on the market this week for 39b We positively will not put away any thing In clothing to be carried over till next summer Wo will make price that will astonish you We will mako It to your Interest to buy a suit for next Summer They must go prices wo know will more thorn Shoes 100 Pairs ladles vesting top tan Ox fords 60c- Mens Tan Shoes worth 1150 OSc tipdress IandLouisville StoreiT D RAN IY MaR S r CLEANUP SALE On Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers If you wnnl Bargains tee our BATGAIN COUNTER W E PERKINS a Crob Orchard Ky iE iL I9ILERT911s1 DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patenl Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful line of Stationery Blank Hooks of every description Office Long Distance Telephone W L Douglas SHOES Best inthe world Highest Quallly forthe Lowest Price Solid Comfort And Unequaled Service SQrVfv Personally Guarantee Every Pair Cunjmins a McClary THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky AUG 3 1900 r E O WALTON BUBINIJBS MANAGER TUB boat materials combined with skill and accuracy Insure good carol tB No other methods aro ovui used In our proscription work Penn Drug Store PERSONALS Mus O P HUFFMAN Is tjulto elck J D OWKNS postmaster at Liberty was hero Tuesday T D NKWLANII JR spent a tow dnys In LouUvtllu this week Mips MAILS VAUNON hoe returned from her coal Holds In Vhltley Miss IlALLiK NKVIUB has gone to visit Mlec Ruby HIco ut Burgln- MISSBS MAKY PFNNINOTON and vlr Klnla Bourne are with Miss Katherine Hall T A niCE went up to MIddlciboro Tuesday to spend a tow days with old friends MRS WILLIAM CUMMINS of Lox ington hat been the guest of Mrs K J Brown URV 0 C nORToN of Harrlman Tcnn Joined hit wlfo at Mr J O for tons Tuesday TUB Richmond papers ray that Mlti Mmva Park Phelp and party have returned from Europe F L THOMPSON and Dr M Pen nlnglon of Mt Vernon passed through to tho fair this morning Miss GKOUOIA NEVVHUUN hal been selected by the truslcca to teach the ichool near McKlnnoy GAIT BBS D McGiiAW of the Blue t Ones Special le spending his vacation on the Atlantic seacoast Miss MAn OAUNETT returned homo to Cave City after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs J S Rico Mas WM HAMILTON loft Wednes day to be gooo seycral weeks visiting the mountains and tho seashore Mos J w JAMES MM A Adams and Miss Bessie Ilaldetntn were down from Crab Orchard yesterday Miss MAOOIB BIIIOUT of Stanford Is the guest of Miss Mattlo TbomplOnI Dan vlllo street Lancaster Miss MAUY KAY SALLEB of lIar rodsburg arrived Wednesday to bathe guest of her cousin Miss Anna Cook MistJBs VIIIOINIA LYMAN of Now burg and Florence McCorklo of Emi nonce are guests of Miss Anglo Car punter Mils P G WAIINEH Mrs W K Warner and Miss LUIlo Warner of Garrard wero guests of Mr J W PerrlnDlt MOSHS Cools of Nashville ar rived yesterday to swell tho Huston vllle fair crowd and rnlcglo with old friends Mus JULIA OIIASU and Miss Mary Peyton of Louisville aro at Crab Or chard for tho latters health which Is very bad Mils BnHSlK SAUNBHHS and little laugbttr of LouUvlllo have joined Mrs and Mr Lord at Miss Mary lilt MCAlooIProac wont to Louis vlllo Wednesday to look after some building material for his new house JUDUB M O SAUKLBY It writing of Old Time Judges and Lawyers for the Wayne County Record and making hi articles both Intorostlnc and Inntruot IvcSINCBiiB sympathy U felt by all hht friend for Editor Ciaronce K Wood of tho Richmond Climax In the lu of his brother John D Woods who died at Lebanon Miss SUB CozATTof Parktvlllewho frequently visits here hat gone Beet where she will san for Europe to visit the Paris Exposition and other Inter esting place nON JOHN D WHITE of Louisville Mrs S Wilbur Uager and two tons of Frankfort and Miss Mahan of Dan vllle wero the gucsu of their cousin Mr F K Tribble W JONES of Wayne county fa mlllarly known as Buffalo Bill was with his relative James T Jones Ho made the trip hero on horseback not withstanding he weighs 300 pound Mn AND MIlS W P WALTON and children leave this afternoon for uvUlt to Mrs I N Vaughan at AshlanJ Va stopping on their return at tho famous mountain resorts In the Old Dominion Mil JOE S RICE the best agent be tween Jolllco and New Orleans spent a few days horn last week Mrs Rich ard Cobb Sr and Mrs Joo McAllsler of Stanford hare returned homo after a visit to Mr and Mr Thos Phelps Richmond Climax MR MOSES COLLIER of Lancaster with his Improvela so well plciwod mont under the treatment of DM Sla- In 1 Phillips that he advises all hi suffering friends to try oatcopathlats and Tuesday brought with him Mr Nick Perkins to be treated LOCALS NEW Disc plow ut Hlggln Mc Klnnoys SADDLES good and P Geo H FarrU te CoRFRESH Cakes Candles c at Warren ShankeItBUCQIES1barncsbM ii9 el cheap at Neuron Bros FIVE bushels of chicken feed for 81 J U Baugbraun Co WANTEDT0 exchange coal for hay Sims Phono corn and oats Higgins 44 TUB L N wilt run on excursion Sunday morning to Cln over tbo K C clnmitl at 8160 for the round trip u Tnt our Veal Loaf Biggest bar gain of the day Warren ft Shanks A NEW spiral wlro grain tuba at Ulgglns McKinney Fits any drill YOUR account Is paet duo and wo need tho money Please settle Hill ft Book IT was dark at 8 oclook this mor ning that tho forms had to be made np by lamplight TllOBi indebted tomu will please call era settle I Jiuet have tho monuy Miss Annie IJhllips Y wagthe dullest day seen In Stanford for a long time Everybody who could get there wont to the Hus tonvllle fair THE weather has boon perfect for tho Huatonvlllo fair but tho lowering cloud this morning betoken showers which are already falllng- examinationAKTRlt on lasting until Tuesday afternoon Arthur Hockorwas hold in 200 bond to tho clroult court for killing George Garnott W U BttAstore In the Myers House la cow filled with nice now gro codes fruits candles c und hit friends arc Invited to call and leo him THE city council edan order last night reducing the town boundary to the limits heretofore adopted and re considered The oxacFIIno will appear In next Issue I WILL address tbo domocrcy of Lincoln Monday August 13th county court day on the exigency of a special session of tho Legislature to enact a nonpartisan election law R C War renIIATSA gentleman tells us that Mr J T Hackloy caught 71 rate In one trap the other night Ho cleaned oat his corn crib and had a trap set at tbo only hole Four other rats wore killed making 75 In all AttornoyGanGa Brack Inrldgo will speak hero county court day at 1 oclock and at Bedford Trim ble county on tho 17th Full announce moots will be made by tho campaign committee later on TUB announcement of James T Jones candidate for tho democratic nomination for jailer appear In an other column Mr Jones It a good democrat alway ready to work or his party and would till the oRlco admir ably THE fair dally Issued from this office this week by Messrs E C Walton and J M Alvcrton has boon the occasion of many complltnenU which are thor OUjtblp deserved They worked night and day to get It out in good shape and In tlmo TllK democrats Bowyle raIsing a olub to promote the In to rears of their party and ticket Each will contribute at least e1 a month and they expect to ratio fully 15000 In that way Tho boys are wide awake down there and eay they Intend to carry the county against the republicans KILti JKILooConstnbloJ- ohn Bryant shot and Instantly killed Peter Perkins at Jellloo whom ho was trying to arrest for drunkenness Perkins restated and draw a pistol Bryant took It away from him and shot him three dines Ha surrendered Immedi atelyELOIJUIRTDon Victor Ballou eon of Eld Joseph Ballou surprised his friends by taking Mies Rachel tbo beautiful daughter of J Frank Kollcy of Danvlllo to Jeffursonvlllo and mak lag her his wife A telegram yoster tordny that the knot had had been so curely tied by an Indiana official was the first news many friends had of his Intention The groom le a big hearted clover follow and will doubtless prove a worthy scion of a sturdy stock Wo heartily congratulate him and his bonnIe brIde BIASEAnTo h with your civil liberty wo want to hang the assassins Such wero the words of a communication received yesterday by Chairman Barnett of tho republican State central committee os tensibly from G W Pulliam of Shel by City Tho communication it a very unique one and of which Mr Pulliam may likely hear later LouUvlllo Com mercial 2d Mr Pulliam had boon re ceiving literature from tho republican committee and took this means of ex pressing his Indtgnatlo B G Russell and Miss Bottle L Hill wore married at John M Hilts yester dayTho census bureau gives out the in formation that tho population of Louis ville Is 204731 Judgo Uazolrlgg has finally announc ed that ho is not a candidate for re election to the court of appeals Nino sheep came to my place July 25 Owner can get by paying for their keep and this notice J H Dalton Gilberts Creek Stove Sharpe oxdemocrat said ho raised a posse to protect Taylor from the mob that ho feared and which kept him In mortal terror Tho democratic State central com mittee has ordered a primary election In the seventh congressional district to settle the contest between Moody and TrlmbloAn was made to burn tbo town of Faison N C and the demo crate charge It was a fusion scheme to nullify the election in that democratic strongholdIf would pay Dick Knott elo or e15 ho might change his tune and his politics but no democrat teem disposed to do so Wo think Dtokey le working to got a part of that 8100000 reward fund Frankfort Democrat t HUSTONVILLE FAIR Better And More Liberally Pat ronized Than Ever The TIuBtonvlllo Fair started off Inn blare of glory the first days receipts exceeding last years first duy by SCO A groat many handsome matrons and beautiful young women accepted the associations Invitation tocomo without innnoy und without price The exhibI- tion was u good ono nearly all of the rings being hotly contested The dally Issued from this oflloe has gone over the ground so fully that wo have to content ourselves by glvlpg a synopsis of tho doings und the Hat of premiums Following are tho awards for FIRST DAY Southdown buck any agoI 600 011 Irvlno Doyle premium WG Cowan Lincoln certificate 4 entries Ewo any agoa 6 00 0 IL Irvine Bolo prom W n McKinney Casey cert 3 entries tuck lame under year 6 00 W FI McKlnnoy Casey prem C 11 Irvine tort 3 entries Ewe lamb under 1 year 5 00 W II McKInney Casey prom U Fl Irvlno cert 2 entries Horse coltM 10 00 I S Tevlt Lincoln prem E P Carpenter Casey cert 5 entries Mare colt to 00 II 0 Woods Lincoln prem Joe Napier Casey cert 6 entries Mare and colt 10 00 Joo Napier Casey prom U B Woods cert C entries Saddle gelding any age 10 00 Robert Moreland Lexington pram Dodd it Skinner Lincoln cert 2 entries Saddle mare any RgOM 15 00 C T Sandldgo Doyle prem Doc Dryo Lincoln cert 4 entries Suckling colt either MX by any sire season for 1001 to ned LeRfMM 25 00 R D Woods prem Joe Kapler cert 5 entries Jack under 2 10anM 10 00 J L Johnson Boyle prem George Tarklngton cert 4 entries Jack 2 years and under 3M 10 00 Henry Baughman Lincoln prem Geo Tarklngton DavIe cert4 entries Jack any age 10 00 George Tarklngtoo prom B B King Lincoln cert 0 entries Jennet under 1 yelrM 10 00 Henry Baughnmn prem Wm Stlg all tort 3 entries Jennet any age 10 00 Wm Sllgall prom Smith Powell Lincoln cert fl entries Suckling colt either sox by Oalton 15 00 C C Carpenter prem Jim Yowoll Lincoln ccrt 3 entries Colt either sex by Dignity Dare season 20 2nd pro cash 110M 30 00 Ben Robinson Casey prem E P Carpenter cert 4 entries Draft stallion mare or gelding 10 00 Dodd Skinner prom T L Car penter corti 4 anti lea Boy ridoi under 16 IS 00 Lucian Dunn Lincoln prom Sam Bogloman Harris Lincoln cert 0 enStries Goat or pair of goats driven 5 00 Miss hose Sandldge prem MUs Kate Culbertson accompanied by Par ker Swopo cert 2 entries Moro and mule colt either sox 10 00 Col Underwood prem TL Car penter tort 7 entries Mule mare 10 00 S T Harris pram T L Carpenter cert 7 entries Mule colt either sex 10 00 Col Underwood prom T L Car ponlor cert entries Mare mulo colt 10 00 T L Carpenter prom Col Under wood cert 0 entries Mule year and under 2 10 00 Jones Baughmon prom J K Baughman cert 2 entries Mule 2 years und overM 10 00 C T Bohoo prom W C Myers cert 3 entries Mule colt by Balaam season 10 00 T L Carpenter prem and cert 1 entry Handsomest boy under lyenrM 5 00 Mr and MM C L Prultta pretty baby was tho only entry and they de clined to show without compotltlpn Double team speed style 0M 40 00 L C James Mercer prem Cunningham Si Aahby Mercer curt 3 en triesA very largo crowd was present yesterday and with a flrstclass exhibition and hotly contested rings the Interest was not allowed to hug Saxtons mu sic Is a big figure ani a drawing card A great many of tho good housekeep era of the vicinity spread sumptuous dinners and too guests wore all hand somely taken caro of Appended aro tbo awards for the SECOND DAY CATTLE FOR DEEr rtJKPdSEa Dull calf under 1 year 10 00 Winter Wright prem T L Car pouter cert 2 entries Dull calf 1 year and under 10 00 T L Carpenter prom Hall Ander son curt 2 entries Dull 2 years and over 10 00 T L Carpenter prem and cert Dull any age 25 00 T L Carpenter prem Winter Wright cert 4 entries Heifer calf under 1 yearMM 10 00 T L Carpenter prom Henry Baugh man cert 2 entries Heifer 1 year and under 2M 10 T L Carpenter prem G C nitro cert 2 entries Heifer 2 years and over 10 T L Carpenter prom and cert Cow any age 15 T L Carpenter prem and cert 6 entries Now York addle mare or gelding 15 Doc Dryo prem Dodd Skinner cert 3 entries Pair mares or gelding 20 JT Crenpbaw prem C T San didge cert 3 entries Roadster mtre or gelding 30 No other aid so great to the housewife no other agent so useful and certain in making delicious pure and wholesome foods has ever been devised jW1WififJIhI1There by poisonousdrug ROYAL FAKING POWDER 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK Cunningham Ashby prem I C James cert 5 entries Girl baby under 1 yr from Casey 10 Roberta Tucker daughter of Geo A Tucker prem Virginia Dlnwlddie daughter of J B Dlnwlddie cert 2 entries Stallion orgeldfng 1 yr under 2 10 Wm Brown prom Chas Sandldge cert 7 entries Mare 2 years and under 3 10 R E Goddard prom J T Cren shaw cert 3 entries Mare 3 years and under 4 10 R E Goddard prem Carroll Bat ley cert 3 entries Mare 4 years and over 15 Dodd Si Skinner prem J T Cren haw cert 3 entries Gelding 4 years and over 15 J T Crcnsbaw pram C T San dldge cart 5 entries Stallion or gelding 2 yrs under 3 10 Goddard ft Uuster prem J T Cren ecaw tort 3 entries Stallion 3 years und under 410-J T Crenshaw prom Mack Hughes cert 3 entries 4 years and over 20 C T Sandldge prom Goddard ft Buster cert 2 entries Saddlcttallion mare or gell1Ing150 C T Sandtdgc prem Mack Hughes cert J T Creushaw 3d 5 entries Roadster mare or gelding any age 50 I C James prem Goddard L Bus ter cert 0 entries r Worst TurnoutM 20 Tbo four entries were all so good that the premium was equally divided NOTES PROM THB FAIR DAILY Squiro L B Adtuns is improving slowly Kelly Boone bf Somerset is one of the beiuix nt the fair Mrs Lofvi Rosdoll is quito sick in tho Ioyton Well section A John Steele Carpenter is too ill to attend the fuir his frionds aro sorry to know Carroll Bailey cud Doc Dryc are two of tho most popular honemcn on tho grounds T L Carpenter sold to Joo Snow a marc mulo colt by J C Reid s Ba now for 85 C G Carpenter will go to Cobra do next week He will feed cattle in KatiNis this winter Warren Shelby hRs gone to Jean crcttc La to see his brother Alf Shelby who has fever Lyon Iluun bought in Casey mid Lincoln three broke mules at 8100 and sold to Lutes it Co 214 owes at 365 Misses Cyrena Dunn of Danville Catherine and Sarah Baughman of Stanford aro with Misses Catherine nud Edna Baughman Six splendid roadsters faced tho flag in the mare or gelding roadster ring yesterday afternoon and excitement ran high until tho tics were placed It took the judges nearly n half hour to decide but Bud James Really won with his splendid Bill Goebel Goddard Buster got the red with Tony fitly The worst turnout ring attracted great deal of attention The four rigs brought out were all so bad that the judges decided to divide the premium giving onefourth to each Tho en tries were Tones Baughmau and John Dinwiddie J P Florence Jack Pinkerton and Howard Camuitz and B K Sauce The first named drove a cow tho next two jcnncU and the lust tho remains of a horse The following young folks form a merry house party at Miss Ada Cun ninghams and fire at the fair dnil Misses Pratt Hcddcn Mt Sterling Reed Haggard Winchester Green Mt Sterling Mary Law rence Claxon Now Liberty Sue Of futt Georgetown Eugene and Man eye Ware Mclviuney cud W P Stuart Lexington Juchard Scudder Richmond Brcck Glass Georgetown Henry Browning Falmouth C T Sandidgo won the 150 sad die stake with Preston Mack Hughes got second with a threeyear old browu mare and J T Crenshaw third with a sorrel stallion Doc Drye rode E manythought baybind FARM FOR SALE Contains acres nnd U Inn splendU tale of cultivation On the mack pltieSH mile from Hustonvllle and IX from More land Ilaiontta dwelling Cf live room and good tenant house besides necessary outbuildings Splendid orchard good welt and two springs Terms eay W IIwltlOtlT llmtonvtlle Ky NOTICE On the 13th Auger est nt S f sharp tho farm I now live on will bo sold on the premises nt auction terns made known on- day of sale It contains about T5 acres well Improved and n ono homo In every re upect One mllo from Dauvlllo ou Shaker town AuctoneerIKy BANK SrO K AND REAL ESTATE II AT AUCTIONI publicI will soil auction to the highest bidder o- n11Ioiiday Sept loth 1900 Oounty Court day In Stanford 30 or 10 of Lincoln County National flank Stock my 0Itoom Ko In Itowlnnd Kv with good bnru and other outbuildings arid a Store House In Rowland Ky SSxfiC 94 feet hlch and two stories A splendid lo cation 101 sis lon given at once It von wish to see tho properly or write If you l desire a fuller description TERMS Onethird costa balance In ono and two years ISAAC HAMILTON Rowland Ky Public Sale ofTown Lots In Stanford Ky On Saturday August 18 1900- On the premises at oclock r I will of fer for sale Seven Town Lob Of Ten Acres Each With a street running through 30 feet wide from the to tho tract of land of cutolfllikeJ S are two lots I facing on the Somerset pike tho other ono on the cutoff pike and are desirable IotA to build on or for pasture The land Is Rood for grass or anything that grows out of land Trims or PALE Onehalt cash the other onehalf on six months tlmp with 0 percent Interest and a lion held on the lots un til paid Possession given as soon as soon as the corn nn a will do to gather and 3 or of them possession given at once About onobaUof tbewholo land Is In grass All the land if about half a mile from the courthouse D W VANUEVEER Valuable Real Estate To bo sold at Executors Saloon Wednesday Aug 15 1900 To the highest and best bidder Sale begins tt u In front of thecourthousolmStan ford Ky No I A One blue grass farm of acres 3 J miles West of Stanford on the Huston vllle pike In a stab of cultivation having rood dwelling a No barn fine orchard fencing firstclass and well watered S3 acres now In corn balance In grass No2 Fine blue grass pasture of 40 acres In the suburbs of Stanford No3 Brick storeroom and warehouse fronting on Main 28 feet and extending South on Lnncuktnr street 220 feet nest business In Stanford No Old climcli lot routing on Depot street 60 feet and extending back 100 feet with outlet to Mill street Now used as u yardNo Monroe Erallh tract of Knob land on Green river near Jumbo of about 400 acres valuable for timber and minerals No 0 About acres of Knob land on the head waters of Oreen river near UaHs Gap all In forest Purchasers will have Deeding privileges on farm lauds at once and full possession of all property on the first day of January 1001 Terms One third cash ono third tu one year and balance In two yearn with Interest at 0 cent annum from date till paid and lieu retained to secure unpaid notesParties desiring to look at the property before day of sale will bo shown same by the executors or by T M Goodknlgbt In Stanford Kv WIIMUIUHY l JI MURPHY r Executors of J S Murphy decd n Stanford Female CollegeN- ext Session will open September 3 I90O MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres lio To HIGGINS S McKIYJJSt- anford Ky For The Superior Disc Drills The Tiger Disc Plows The Tiger DiscHarrows The Studebaker Wagonst The Dicks Feed Cutters The Dain Corn Crushers The Oliver Plows Reduced I Prices on Straw Hats i CUT HALF 1NTWQ We dont want to carry them over and almost any price takes them Ladies Slippers Greatly reduced in price We have some nice ones left A beautiful patent Leather for 81 50 ALLSUMMER GoaasMust go and its your opportunity Ho JoM9R 1rnERTt9 miI1S miga U ri SHOEBARGAINS r Cleaning up time and you are lucky to get n pair of Mens Shoes or Ladies and Childrens Slippers We are offering Mens BLACK TANShoes solid good goods at il4S IVici fine Tan Shoes sold for 295 to 14 at flf0 andjf2 75 ti r Slippers at 75c i Childrens Slippers at 75c Ladies oxfords tho L2 JIDIGHLJITUE 3 MA1D Err Childrens Oxfords the Xsigler At 145IAll Block OXFORDSAt Reduced Prices r SEVERANCE 1I0ulemOpposite Court JE Jlim 1 a Plenty Time Yet For Summer Merchandise Wo are keeping our elcct up on all Summer Lines that are in demand such as Solid Colored Lawns Black Velvet RibbonsA- llwidths Taffeta Ribbons all colors DROPSTITCH HOSIERY In Black and Colors Val Laces Summer Neckwear for Ladles and Gents KidvGloves Handkerchief Aot ESTLftdija Low Cut Shoes will continue to go at leasRthan cost price until closed out JOHN P JONES Stanfordi Look Out For Nexl Weeks Ad J A ALLEN a CO Oontractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY Have nOw a complete stock of Rullding Material Yellow Pine plooring Ceiling Doors Sash Illlndi and of Dressed and Rough Lumber and Rooting Lo THE INTEKIDR JOURNAL JSnlered n the pottojfflce at Stanford at Mtondclatt matter PbUahISX oI7 wn rrl4ove n 1 PER YEAR CASH Wben not aopaldaaOO wlllbe barged KNOXVILLE DIVISIOH going North MMMDa m JiIi MMMMSouth M12 3e I l3 122Itn For alllPolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No Arrrlrei at Stanford at ItOS So IfS SuntrI1oI 110 J a So Arrirrt at Rowland at 1200 DAT No 22 Learea Stanford at 230 P QUEEN CRESCENT Tralnicolng South psu Junction City Vo I oe3r1cEfl No j 11SOP is Xoa 1122AM olI UomzSi hNo 2 doeant alop So 34A- Na 6 i PoiO6AMFR- ANKFDRT AliD CINCINNATI Train itare Frankfort at 0M S40 PIand IP conaeellngal leotyetown with the AR Paris at t3i ant 5 40 p a ntetiing Frankfurt after connecting with Ctratnt1IOAM7lUP0 u and UI P u Tli litter train Icarea fur Oennrrtown at is r JUMiWTONU RA SOUTHERN RfllLHfly IN KENTUCKY teattiati Schtddt la flit May 10 1900 KAimoutio No L No r No 3 LT LoulSTllla 7H5 m 400pm 745pm lor ShelbyTUle 810am kSJpm 05rm Ar Lsrericebg 945pmliaiftamAr Versailles lor LexlntOl1 rKL4Snm 715pm 10pin WiiT1oU1cD 0 NoToLT Lexington 7aiam iSipm 515am Ar 76am 5Cpm Mara Ar Iiareocebc 8 C6am 530pm 553am- Ar ShelbTvUle lOam 015pm 030am- Ar LounrlUe ia0ani 740pm 750am XAT UUD riSTDODNU Ho IMNo 1LI nATt91f1L o1Nft 14 400pm 74 un LT Loul3TllArh740pm1040am oapm 1000111 olarncbrcAr n30pmi aioaa TlSpm ta43axnrIIModabgv 440pnM 7SOam 7tJpm laSSamlAr DUflln LT 430pm TlOaM lASTBOCNa WESTDOCXD 11 No 67 sTaoica No1frd 7MpmLZpm rlIpmtOpm740pm ILWam Ar Ucoretn LT 7Ooani 310pm BASTDOCSIX WKSTBOCSD fNa I UNo SI ATATtoiffl HNo lItNo 1 lINamI4olJDJU8pm L06ntn Ar IrrUe In Ltartn TtNo3LThijituvLexfngtpn 45am 1030pm Ar lnonUloAlaIiIiT fOupmi 745am Ar V 10am lupm lIuamjArAr Jacksonville e3 am Io Lr ChattanO MOpml i4Sirm Jllrmlnlham I005pmll45am Ar Merldtan 920zali30amAr New Orleans No 3 throuch sleeping car LoulsTllle to Dlr- ingham via Lrilnf ton and Chattanbora ChalrcarLoUlnUl1j No lee lnsrcar Dlnnlnghom to LouUrllla yta Lexington All tcalns between Louisville Lexington and Bureln dally- Between rsailles and Georgetown Nos II and 18dallyNoi7aaldeSdallyeieeptSanday Betwcec Versailles Nlcholaarillo Rich tnond and Irvine dally except Sunday tOally except Sunday Other train dally FOAHHOW3d VPftOM J M CurT M Washington D 0 WaaMngton DO- ITATIJBKOPA WMUTATLOIAG PA- Waahtneton D a VLoularllle KJI Werlani Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Fare better than over Fishing season In full blast Daily harks to oDd from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort write for catalogue nnd further partic ulars J B OWENS iloit Parker Lake Ky BEAZLEY S HAYS- UDPkA1E1S AIO jtjltta is They runitureMattiI3gRUSitiitl will Exchange Furninue for allI i KindS of siorlt Ulvd them f I n call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKYI J+ G+ jcCiMY I UNDBBTAKEE Manufacturer and Dealenr In jAJMnBSS SADDLERY C Manford Ky I It Is said that gardeninglionvof the fashionable amusements ot the day shoveRnrdenare Con dence lternathatfrequent ly appear In the doctors pretcrfp tlon It il alto stated but erro neously obserre the Chicago Tribune that la gardens people meet upon a common ground and that all flowers are loved by all peoI But a garden Is one of the most ft1IIup a man his heaVt to gardening you have only to peep over his back fence to learn the story of his life It Is quite possible that one may find the lonely bachelor cut tivating bleeding hearts and lady slip pera and showing an inclination to dig up nIl of the snowballs in the yard Some married men may be discovered cultivating bachelor buttons and root ing up wall flowers and pethaps these will find some satisfaction la helping the worm to turn Crusty men seem ingly without sentiment will give their souls to the growing of forgetmenots while those who have been noted for their colorless and conventional lives will take to training the scarlet run ners It ii realty nn interesting study this autobiographical garden and one who would not wish to thus commit himselftougbt to cultivate the contrari ness that belonged to that famous gardener cUed tnryIHeres a make a man grayheaded with reipdn tlbility You had two parents four grandparents eight greatgrand parents 16 greatgreatgrandparents 32 for the fifth removed 04 for the sixth 123 for the seventh for the eighth 512 for the ninth 1024 for the tenth 048for the eleventh 4005 for the twelfth 8192 for the thirteenth 16384 for the fourteenth 32703 for the fifteenth 65530 for the sixteenth 131072 for the seventeenth 362144 for the eighteenth 524233 for the nineteenth 1048570 for the twentieth 2007152 for the twsntyflrst 4104304 for the twen tysecond 8333008 for the twenty third 10777210 for the twentyfourth 33554432 for the twentyfifth 07108 864 for the twentysixth 134217728 for the twenty eventh 20S3545 for the twenty lghth 630870012 for the twen tyninth 1073741824 forth thirtieth the total of nil ttiese being rjl47433s 043 smoothtalking white woman has been traveling over Georgia robbing ne groe by a novel rSethod The Marietta Journal says A welidressed1wllte woman as hugh Lees cousib called atthe house of a wellknown colored woman named CoWne in this city one day last week and stated that there was gold and sil ver buried on the premises and by fur nishing her someigpld and silver to melt and place in her mineral indicator she could locate the treasure The col ored woman pnly had 46 In sliver and gave it to her to melt the white woni an was to supply the gold to melt with it She took the silver went oft to melt it and never returned Echoes of the Boxer troubles in China are being heard in New York Chinatown reports theCfeW York Sun of the city Of the Chinese who come to this country only a email proportion have any intention of making it their permanent abiding place To them the American is still a foreign devil to be despised and hated though regarded with a salutary fear Of course any in dication of ill feeUng toward the Amer leans would bring down swift and cora lign punishment so the residents of Pell and Doyer streets content themselves with making matters unpleasant for their fellows who are Icntown to be in sympathy with American ideas An Iowa girl had a misunderstanding with a neighbors dog in the course of it she not only spoke severely to the dog but threw sticks and stones at him A few months later the dog lay in wait for her and bIt her She sued the dogs owner for tamages and got n verdict The Iowa supreme court sustains it A dog say the justices has no right io brood over his wrongs and remember In malice aioomplIshIsof that state At loIn in that state eceijtlyMrMcClelland old Mr Sharp that if heUidnt ke1 away from Mrs McClelland there wOuld be a ihurder and a funeral Wherolipon Mr Sharp loJgejIIn f cntlons and then proceeded to tl with the pr1iiwrsw1e f lleI A recent report says hat Tennessee cotton plnnlera ate sending out large orders for turkeys in an effort toavot- he crop from destruction by grass hoppers which ha appeared this sen ton in enormous numbers The furkSy eats all the thn4ie awnkg and prxe frs grasshoppers to Anything else while a gmtslToppdr dietresults in won tIIi S Bell a justice of the peace fnI Yichita Ken performed the cere nopy the other day wbloh made him msTiarld of Mrs Sarah A Miller Hell I says tIle laws Of Kansas authorize n jutft lot the pence to pertArtha narriaget mid that he had a tof marry himself under this laIIEMNESc UNOThJICUilELI- ly loci i lk tiuni M they rannat resell I- he1iIIn of the ear There If only one mlMi w aDd that lilijr contlltutlonal niidiiw Ltanw l cjncj by an loflatunl don iiu of tlii timeout o the Kuittclilan Tub Vlicti thIs tue lallauieil huE ULduiiiMluti r liuiwrfect hearing and when isuulirely clwed Deafiim IllberuIIIIIDnl unIts the infliiuiium inn ten be out Ino lub stored to Its tcnnil condition hearing will le destroyed foreTcr of ten are cau by Catarrb whl holhlng but allindawed rdI tuhiuhl t1 he situ suracom We wilt glfellne Hundred ItotUn fur any t Oafnfi earned catarrh that cannot urtd by Halts Catlrih Cure nd fur elileI IreeFFJCHENEY A CO Toledo Sold by DruKglita Tic llalli Family mil are lbs best IThe Acorn and the When I heard your son DaleIgraduation essay I could not help think ing of the mighty oak and the little acorn Why He dfdnt mention them nny where in his paper No But the grandeur of his style and the way he held himself kept re minding me of the mighty oak And where did the acorn come in You were there you knowChl cago TimesHerald A Life of Excitement City Cousin But dont you find it dreadfully dull Country Cousin Dull The ideal Why theres the Epworth league one evening and class meeting another and prayer meeting always on Wednesdays and the Dorms meeting and the other means of grace Theres almost always something exciting going on after supper Brooklyn Life The Fevor of Iovc They any that lovo Is a fever Consuming night and day That from Its sweet contagion No mortal gets away Too loves a fever every- Man soon or Into endur s A fever absent treatment Invariably curia Chlooco TimesHerald A HAITI COMPARISON Fatty WalkerEver drink any UT this Pollynarrl tater SHmtny Ithodes Yep Fatty Walker How did it taste Sllmmy IJhodes Jlst like yer foot will asleep Cincinnati Commercial Tribune A UIlrfIRneT This thing they call moneys a mystery stern The study theres rio way of endlnc It Ice something that tirttea days of tolling to earn hint a minute eufflclent tbr upending It AVashracton Stair I Prncllcnl Prenohlnir A certain minister during his dis course orMr Sabbath morning mid In each blade of grass there Is a sermon The following day one of his flock discovered the good man pushing a lawnmower about his yard nnd paused to say Well Parson Im glad to see you engaged in cutting your sermons short Chicago Daily Xews A Crying Bvll Irs SparcnotrodWMarjorle it W lIfor yonr own good that I punished you There arc some things that a mother knows best- Marjorie between sobsI dont see I dont sTe why mothers couldnt all be grandmothers IPuck Accusing the Accocer KnoxYour neighbor Jag jers teems to know a good deal of your early his tory he says you ran awayjf rom home and got married Fox He neednt talk he got married and ran away from home Boston Courier Tha Same with n Difference She What a fitting token of mar ned life is the wedding ring I1cIt Is A ring has no end and it also has no begInning It Is absolutely without variety and U much easier put on than taken oft Harlem Life Teapot of So Importance My cook broke three twodollar tea potsin one month How dreadful Yes then I bought a tencent one and it has lasted a whole yearJnr dlanapolls Journal Not That Kind So John Is nttjollege YesI then hes busy sowing hIs wild oats1 No John Is at nn agricultural col legeTown Topics lint lIen n OlinnKr nsqWerlen6WhJ I thought your nearest neighbor was 20 mllesaway Yes but weve had a cyclone sinc- ethnilfnr1etn Jlfe- AnollfFF Wnr Clhnil abeJust think denrest only tvo- rnqralays and we shall be one IlYra and I wait you to under tsnrIgbt nov that I intend to be the- oneSChicsgo Dolly NewsI I hares No AVecii She is a girl of very Ifttlo feeling I think I notice that she never ories even at the most pathetic plays No her edmplexlon wont Chicago Post permitI Heft lleference Minlxter Now little girl to hop Christian dont you EtheJ Ko sir Id rather sing it the chotriltz 1 IIercliijc CrIeii The air was filled With piercing cries It wain fljpck of mosquitoes with bills unsheathed buzclrfg their way to atitack a J rseV vlllugeN YWorld Well Vnmeil itsWly do you can your husband a lobster SbeIIJeoause lobster never agrees with mcoikers Stntesrrjnn SPAIK3 GREATEST nEED Mr R I Itollnr of llarrvlona Spain Iii ll nat Aiivp BC Weak tirma liJ cans- severed ixlna back of his brad On tIn zItrio ititisre Amtrks rcatrat Illood od Strre ii soon left him Jle pays Ilila Kaud tuctikin It wllatJI country necdr All Amerlra knova that cure liter and kidney Iron hip iurllle the bipod torra the stomach ilrtnitlieni the ncfin putt vim vigor and new life Iniu every liii ce nun andorgin ol the body 111 1I1l or ailing you nted It Every bow iitaranlvtdonly Mcemi Sold l y 1enny llrug S The Chinese spend 125000000 annually for opium and U kllU 30000000 101 them annually I J 1 SKIN TORTURES And Every Distressing Irritation of the Skin and Scalp Instantly Relieved by a Bath with CUTICURA SOAP And n single anointing with CtrnCUR the great skin cure mid purest of emollient This Is the purest sweetest most speedy permanent and economical treatment for torturing dinflfiuritiR itching bunting bleeding scaly crusted nnd pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair and has received tho endorsement of physicians chemists and nurses throughout the world For further address BAILEY the Millions of Women rF CtmcvilA SOAP exclusively for Iieitutifyiiigtlokin- forclentiIn the tc li or erupt scales anti ilandrutf and the stopping of falling hair forn ncnlnp ttlillculiiir putt toothing red rough situ sore hllnd11I the form of tutu for annoying IrrltlIonlnllammaUolIII1c- hannlf oli too freo or olTenllre penplro tlon In tlio form of washes for ulcerative weakneeer and for many nanatlre antlicp I lUP1C wlileli readily ujrKtt them 1 to women and mothers and for all tlio imrp ca of tho toilet tutu sail nursery Nonnmuntofpanuatlonran thou who have otiro lltlo use any other for anti jiurlfviiiK the sLut roalp anti hair of infant atitl children LTTKTKA combine dellrnto emollient derived front ClTli tilt tlio great sUit curt with the pnrcit of rleanlti anti the most of dower odors No other intitl calnt soap over componnde l lab bo rom pared with It fur prvtcrvlDg beautifying the sUn tcalp hair anti handi No oUter fiirelxn or ilonifilc totttt soap however expvnslre U to compnrcil with tt for all the puriotea of the toilet bath anti nursery Thu It comtilnci In OSB SOAP at ONE 1Kirr via TVEvrr HVB CIWT the nEST skin anti complexion soap the ncsr toilet oap anti HEat baby reap In tho world Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor Price 125 Consisting of Cimccnt HOAP 2c to cleanse the skin of crust and eale und toftra lb thlckrqrd cuticle CtTiccnA OISTMIST 60010 Instantly allay Itfllng lDdmnstioo IIKllntt- Allon and sooth anti Iwal and CUTICVIIA HtaoiviNT tki to cool anti clean the blood A BINDLS SET Ii often rufflcleDt to cure the mot torturtogdtlieurlne anti hnmtllitlnc skin scalp- and blood humors with lou of hair when all else fallt Sold throughout the work forrtil DRUG CiUMConr Hole Prop lo u Mw All about the Bkln6e lp and IlairIres GO TO JAMES FRYE Hustpnville KyINice New Dr Goods And Notions The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys Luion anti Light Weight Suits ut Greatly Reduced Prices I will lie glad to furnish you any tIny in the year suitable good at Bottom Prices t Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 pnicl in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond If not write to the homo office for literature or call on our nearest agent for an explanation of its terms and condition Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns 1150 and five per cent interest for the average time for each dollar paid in 2 Stock taken now will all be matured In from eighteen to twentyfour months with a large part redeemed tn a much shorter time It Is matured In consecutive order consequently all element of chance ii climbs ted Now is Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin the sooner will your coupons begin to mature information J C Local Agent Stanford Ky pro- stirring tie specially especially preserving SOAr properties Ingredient refrfshlnjf to the A SMITH BOWMAN secretalJI THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky living been recently equipped with the marvelous Anaatigmat Lenses he new discovery in optics science to say to MO Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of the very latest Designs if Jtfouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality bororehAvO tn seen to ho appreoialed Suit jle for framing from the slinplcst ihutogra it to tlle tIt vkiborate palntiiiKi Among the lot is the Now French Kltnr leUs nipiildlnir sneciallV fnrwiltahle nelicato ploturus Embroidered Mntc French Vnler Culur unl nil picture that rp dnire a dainty When In Danville nil ands nt nH H OT prices wilL save IOU money 524 Third Street Oi4xli Iost Of cp IMnvlll Ky Theres no need to go to PARW EXPO solves Induce I 1900 = 18== I9oo OjOOO r direct Dilly TUB EMBERSGiits August 1311151611 URSE Ii1LIIUM S 30000 tJyn Stuck Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races Attrnottox THE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND WERNTZ FAMILY LM purlfylnKninI purlfjlnfund Theoo celebrated famlllca will give tFREEpERFoTtMAr4CF etch day front the grand stand Youll find everything and no Dig Pond fear l Jee LSFlna Lads from Hungary la OoncorU 35 in of to TUB DILLWORTII FAM- ILY81ffilIDERS8 Unrivaled Acrobats rr 3 A cIA VJJLASrda the mot STCCOUS extensive and attracUve array of amuse tures the heaL and highest priced artists and the grandest as ro r il aiJ rc sem noverty features ever congregated under t ujiniiont YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT E SHANKLIN Secretary Lexington Ky itoi rated on all railroads See posters and small hand bUlL is FOE eErrGood property In the town of Crab Orclifir W LANDOUAF Krleor hy POSTED I hereby notify the puWlc that my UnJ It post trtepaubigofanyto the full Client cube law M tlANI HOTEL FOR SKL6Ua- JIng Hotel lu 8oroer el with Rood butlnen principallygrass4dilrpas JOI- UULJOSTED myfarutKylaiNfarm on fleck whiateterEcan LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEHLERS Milledgevillo Ky SJV liato on bandi 400 good 8Urk Ianl also hate on Iianda thoroughbred fcouthdoiin hams aale LVTKd tt BICYCLES REPAIRED Most 111110 Storo In Central Kentucky We rpjmlr nny hrtnk tn n lllcy etc Vorknmn Mi lunruntocd- UANVIUE CYCLK CO T4 IU 3rd St Danville Ky Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Iniicnstcr t Kcntncky Newly furnished clean beds eplcndtd table Everything fintcUM Porter moot all trains 89 J T SUTTON Undertaker Haatonvillo Kentucky Oen hlllelm to the people qfWrtt IJtrolj and Casey countIes luU stock of Colblllld task etaalwayioa band P 8 Carpenter Mnapr Mlntoshs Livery lFeed Stable ryIcKUIEY KY Good Hlpi at reasonable price Safe nightifeountlm XcKlnncy la the place to drlvu from llonm well eared for by alnglc fwd day weok or month A ahare of your isronago solic- itedFRITH HOTEL F rSAHCISCO Prcprleter AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY s lint Hotel In the mountain rites renildtrrd Ierteii meet all tralni S iectal allcotlon to tnhsling wetstWHITE HOTEL- V II CAIW1KK iUOll CORBIN KENTUCKY Clue to raatenger Depot Flnti aM throughout alee n In lar H C RUFLEY The Merchant Tailor STANPOKD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Hima Call 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