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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 1 H YEAR r i VOL XXVIII I STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 719009 A M N045 A PLEA FOR THE LOGGERHEAD SANIIIEL FLA AUJT 1 lOooOur beach lice been tho avorlto annual rendezvous tor tho loggerhead turtle whore In thn summer months they could deposit their eggs with orao na eutanco of hopo that maternal Instinct would reap rte reward In duo time all n netlful of youngster scrambled down to their native clement and to tho open nipper of their patient waiting big headed mother But civilization Is doing for the San Ibcl turtle what our paternal govern ment Is iipIng for the red Indian and the famTOar turtle turntng of tho prc ont will era long be a thing of the past Tho boys have turned a tow this tea j ion and the eggs have supplemented hen fruit Iq the culinary department very nicely Tho loggerhead requires quite an of fort to udtoclato It with anything like sentiment but when you come to think of It their poor ungainly urea are full of It Ono can hardly look upon these marine monstrosities without a feeling of repulsion and yet those groat lumpy j heads aro full of kcnto and the hearts t that boat under those cavernous shells throb with a genuine tenderness that would not dltgruco tho fairest forms of humanityI waste Imagination by plotur b log turtle lovo botitmlh the green depths of oeoan IIow the oldlohl story of tender couruhlp Is enacted by those crawlers of the doep how prefer onllal ogling of oxproiulvo eyes awak on the tender pasiloni In rotpouslve balls how jealouelo and duels between rival turtles tour ijp the smooth sands of tho ocean bod and bow none but the brave deserve the fair Is the re enacted story In tbo cavern of the duty as wolf as ou dry land may be safely left to tho Imagluatlon uf those who revel In speculative philosophy But whore turtle life touches ours and become n waiter of ourioaa obiervu tlon there ajti several things that awakes Inlerett and tome Uiatsur vhe deepest oyniputhivs Uf Qr batter na Lures The female Wrtte ts tllflued by struetaral dlltteallle for siuini on her eggs tin hatched HI with tftvlneiy given instinct ee deposits them in the sand above high waver bituthTowithin Wyardi of to of th dweller by the seaside ttaUle a family lar story but It may have n transient lntorstfor your readers ie the law nor The absorbing question with our un wieldy joggprhvud Is how pro test her h1118111 Iwoton Iufto tJllt front marauder Coons nnd other varmints delight In tucllo ijji tond search for them with all the cunning parlimtolly of their kind I have seen crows porohuil on an ndjiuwit tree hungrily watching the uncoulaloutvlc ttm of their thieving appetites nnd marking the spot whore tho feasting place is to be when thu poor creature after carefully covering her eggs and hiding her trail takes water again to watt for the Incubation which never cornea Who can tell the agonies of dliap potntmont that rend tho mother heart when the hopes that have fed her pa dent walling of tho appointed time die out and she knows that some un fortcon calamity has robbed her of her longud for little one I think we make too light of the sorrows of tbo lower animals as wo superciliously denomi nato that multiform creation that swarms outside of humanity Especial ly touching aro the sorrows of defraud ed and disappointed maternity When one really ponders tho subject What can bo more pathetic than tho patient sitting of tho mother bird upon her eggs walling till tho first faint chirp of the imprisoned creature within lt yet unbroken shell rewards her weeks of careful vigil Life Is there an i she has listened long for Us first manifest Lion No havo all beard that lowsoft tremulous response of tho mother bird as she hears the feeble cry that repays t her for all her walling There is an Intlnlto pathos in It The dear Gel of creation In Gen 12 has chosen this brooding love scene to tell out how the Spirit hover ed over the glorious entitles that In duo order were to replace the oinptl aces and confusion of tbo chaos that preceded them Mother love can glorify a loggerhead turtle and when after waiting In the shallows for weeks her Chelonian brood comes scratching down pull mell Into the water with tbo unbound ed faith of Infancy sure of tho mother love aud mother euro that awaits them 1 do not envy the cold heart tbiit can not enter somewhat Into the prldo and ecstasy of the delighted mater as she swims away with her hundred or moro llttlo uofistiulled beauties to a place previously selected where sho can rear tbum to maturity Norcan I think of that same un welldy but tender hearted monster leaving tbo spot after all hopo oj seo lag her young has departed without rt touch of sympathy for tho bereaved creature robbed by ruthless maraud ers whether walking on two legs or fourTbo cautious cunning of tho mother turtle Isa study for the naturalist They begin toleruI after tho full moon In May when turlllng begins the great lumbering creature cornea t out 6f tho water nnd deliberately makes a trail on thn beach as plain ns It a skiff had been dragged up to high wa tar mark und taken back to the water a little way olT from Its dragup This In turtlo tactics is a mere blind to throw marauders off tbo track Then at the apex of this blind trail raising herself on the tips of her flippers she steps cautiously along for many yards to the place where she lays her eggs She Is a good mechanical engineer IIow she docs It whciher with Jllppar beak or tall or all together I know not but when the nest Is completed Is a cylinder perfectly shaped six Inches In dlamater and deep onough to hold from 75 to 125 of the peculiar round soft tou intcgumentcd eggs with a dingle deep Indentation that no Inge nutty can do moro than shift from one FK t to another In size they are about as largo us a pullotts egg r The covering Is deftly performed and every revealing traco carefully oblit erated Then she tlptotsher way back to the blind irall and goes Into the wa ter to await Incubation- I declare when I think It over I feel like a cruel robber that I have had a hand In causing a pang to that anxious mother who certainly dasurves to be repaid for all her trouble by having at least u few little turtles to reward her faithful love But up W date I have not hoard of man or bear or coon or crow that thinks enough Of the feelings of the poor loggerhead In the ocean shallows to leave a single egg to hatch whhIsteal lam afraid we live In tbe devils world and have devilish ways all along the line v Greater liens have little fleai Thyt do annoy and bite om And little tias have letter fleas And tpudInHnlliim And not only to on the other hand the great oppress the small the strong tho weak and animate naturo to its remotest ramlfloalinnn preieets the tyiltlful spectacle1 of helplees lives per petually pursued by remorseless par tuars who apt ten to be tirongtr I with ilia Lord would come out ami opt un and to ibis carort af of horror I nsa bumbled when I ihlnK I have a heed In perpetrating It however unwitting 1y1 OM o BARKBS MATTERS The theetlaif atthe Methodist church began last night Tbe pastor Is beta assisted by Rev L Robinson of Lan castor Services utv held at 1030 A M and 715 r if Mrs J II Tucker wriMM ns follows The annual millenary meeting at He bron will be hold next Sunday All who are Interested in mliwlon workare oordlnlly Invited As services will contlnuii through tbo darttbobo who can conveniently do roaro requested to bring lunoh Low rates West Railroad bargain days via the Monon outo Tickets will bo told by the Monon route from Lou isville Ky to point in Arizona Brit ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska New Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern VUooniti aud Wyoming at ono firstclass fare plus 2 for tho roundtrip on June 10th July 3 17 Aug 7 21 Sept 118 Oct 2111 Nov 6211 and Due 4 10 limited returning 21 days Proppoctnl parties and tourists will bo furnished with schedules and further Information by addressing E II Bacon District Iasiwngor Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky IT SAVED IdllY IIMy baby wits terribly sick with the diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and IS a lat resort wo tried Chamberlains Colic Chol era god Diarrhoea Hemeily says Mr J II Doak of Williams Ore I am happy to say it gave Immediate relief and a rompeto cure For sale by Cmic locker Roy Mr Stamper who confesses an Intimate acquaintance with Powers and Taylor might put In some good professional work by convincing his good friends of tho foolishness If not tbo wickedness of using cuss words The testimony has shown that In the use of profanity the two eminent exponents of civil liberty are ablo to bold their own In a test of swearing vlth the famous trooper or a blaaphc mous pirate Loulsvlllo Times A NIGHT OF TERROR Awlul anxiety was Ml fur the wlluw of the brave Icneial Hurnh ni of Machtai Ma when the dOlon oaM he cOllhl not lire tilt morning writes Sin S II Lincoln who attenitod her tbm frmful nl bI All thought the mutt soon Ole from- Ineuntonlabatrhobygrvl lor LrIUng New Dlirorrry oaring It had more thin onto saved her life mil had her of Onumu lion After llinv iuall dews ilio dept rashly all night and ttt filrthrr IIM toiuplelrly cured her Skis marvel nut medlrlpe It g la euro all Throat Cheat andtung dlamsra ttoiy Sec and It Trial boitlet free at IVtunyt drug store n A Union Pacific passenger train was hold up near Hugo Col and the pas Bcngors worn robbed One man resisted tho robbers and opened fire On was promptly killed The laws of health ulna the bowels move once each day and one of the penalties for violating this law Is piles Keep your bowels regular by take ing a jdoee of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by Craig A Ilocktr Druggists I KINGSVILLE Mss Teresa Dunn Is quite threat ened with typhoid fever Tho latest additions to the list of typhoid victims aro Milford Smith and George Houpe W J Murphy II M Walto and soy eral subordinate railway officials wero hero last week to mako preparations for having the tunnel cut out to some extent at each end Your correspondent has been suffer lag from an attack of the grip or seize thing very much like it In tenacity Albert Eugene Dall of Lexington re turned homo today Saturday after a weeks visit with his sister Mrs J M McCarty Tutco Watery was shot by a man named Elliott at a picnic In Casey county lie was brought In and taken to Dr Thompsons olllce where after an examination ho was found to be only slightly wounded The shooting was supposed to bo accidental fbo G A R reunion la to como off Aug 23 21 and 25 Instead of In Sep tember as stated In a former letter W L McCarty Is making extensive prepa rations and Is confident of making It a succors He is to be assisted by Rev M A MIddleton A band of music Is engaged M c r goRounds ordered and other toward making everybody havuirj3od time Mrs Sophia Davis who has been the guest at tho homes of her brothers W L and J M McCarty has returned to her home at Ilnevlllo Mrs Lutlo Chawk and niece Miss Gertrude Pen nybaoker visited the laltcrs bUtur Mrs Dan Dlneen at Somerset a few days lust wjjek T F Johnson with his wile and baby tnade a recent visit to bin sister MM J K Carson and family at Mt Olive Mrs W R pun dllt recently enjoyed a visit from her mother Mrs J A Wright of Stan ford Claude Pennybacker who has been indisposed for some time has re ooverod and returned to his position at Burgln Maok Williams station agent at Brannon spent a few days with hit mother and nepnefe here ABCR R Elks street fair horse show andoarn ival Lexington Aug 18fS One fare for tbe roundtrip from all Queen Orescent points in Kentucky and from Cla miKUi each day of the fair These tickets are good to anum until AuV 90th Do not rallfttl0 Ask ticket I1llII1t for JHlrLlcular latroDI of tohorse show Bad carnival of 1000 will b Introduced lo n most gorgeous nnd ox tensive 11Taot amusement features Within an op closure will be aggregated no lent than lb separate and dUtinct shows which will conspire to furnish every form of wholesome entertain ment known to loan A hundred different features with the thousands upon thousands of tiled otlocts will make it tho Mooca for both young and old Many of these features bavo already been secured with contracts for others are dUlly oelng negotiated and will bo announced through all papers bill boards and other advertising mediums Among tho features already contracted for are the performing horses ole phante camels trained dogs donkeys menagerie of wild beasts and Japanese theatre TEN DOLLAUS Michigan and re turn A delightful trip via steamer Manltou For Wednesday August liitb tho Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville via Chicago and S S Manitou tho finest boat on Lako Mich Igan tn Macklnar Pero key Bay resOrtsIat r rata the round trip Tlikt te wilt be good returning 16 duy DookOio should be made HI uiivu tin imrtv wtti be lim- Ited lo accommouallona assigned Par ticulars of E IL Bacon D P A Lou Uvllle Berry Howard wbo Is under indict ment in the Franklin circuit court for complicity in the Goobel assassination was at Plnovllla the other day heavily armed and accompanied by two men supposed to be his body guard He took dinner with the republican jailer THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Wool1 ttkkly leue you if yon Pr zing New Ufo Thoiiiandiu iuHeren hue proe ed their matehlrx merit lot Sick and noui IleadacliM They wake blo l anti ttroog nerves and build up your health Easy lo tILe Try Ibeni Only la cents Money back If oat cured Sold jy 1enny prugghL Another Excursion to Old Point Cow fort Vn On Tuesday Aug 14th The Chesapeake Ohio Railway will run another excursion to Old Point Cora fort leaving Lexington by special train at 4 oclock 1 M reaching Old Point early the next afternoon la time for a dip In the eau Tickets will ba sold for 113 for roundtrip from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling food re turning 12 days from date of sale Send In your namo for sleeper reservation Geo W Barney Dlv Pass Agt Lox ington Itye- Daniel Howard a cousin of Berry Howard and one of theweallhle6t cllt zunsof Bell county was killed near Plnevllle by his Jon George Howard Tho father was drunk and had a gun drawn op his son when ho was shot A lame shoulder usually caused bv r rheumatism of the muscles and may cured by a few applications of Chamberlain oI Pain llalm For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists LANCASTER Lt John M Furro reports a royal time on tbo press excursion through the Northwest Messrs D B Edmlston and Albert Faulkner aro on duty at Curloya distillery this month Col J W Miller has a woJl bred promising young trotter which he has named Rob Hughes On Friday lightning killed a pair of work mules worth 9200 belonging to J M Hlait and a fine export steer be longing to Glbba brothers The public will be glad to learp that my spaco lo tno INTERIOR JOURNAL will bo Oiled with better matter than my letters are until Sept as I will be off duty Tbo reception given on Saturday evening at tbo Presbyterian church In honor of Dr J L McKee wife and daughter was an enjoyable event Re freshments were served in the base mentDr Actons horso became frightened and ran with the buggy Into the carriage In which Mcsdamcs Waldcn and Campbell were riding both vehicles being damaged but no one was Injured Dr II M Grant has been offered the lucrative position of U 8 surgeon with the rank of captain In China by the U S surgeon general If he ac copts ho will mako an efficient odUicr as ho U up In tbo profession Wo have been blessed with plenty of rain and corn will bo abundant and very cheap Some farmer will please to explain to me through the INTE mOlt JOURNAL why cheap corn makes high priced hogs when Jt costs less to fatten tho hogs Buazley Broa Gibbs Bros and Jalro V Robinson have 350 One cxpot cojj tlaand they have formed a combine tZ cattle trust Llko Col Tho Payne Hill once did they havo declared that they will kill and eat thorn If they can not sell at bi cents Dr BF Walter brought me a toma to which weighed 11 pounds but Maj J A Bnrnsldo brought eight In a cluster like bananas which ho said weighed 16 pounds They can be seen at Ballous grocery So far the major is the champion In the cultivation of that vegetable lMr Harvey Yanllg the oldest man In the county Is suffering of paralysis P B PUeloger has vucafWQ the Gar rard Hotel having moved his family to Louisville The hotel company now opera the house for rent and tbe right maD can get It at a price that will on able him to do woll The opera house u also for rent JL W Miller caught a channel catfish in his lake at Pilgrimage distillery that was 24 Inches long and weighed six pounds fie says that It required eon siderable skill to land him as his line was weak and yet I learn that he drag ged him up the bank and then threw him over his head before tbe book was removedMrs S Miller of Knoxville is with her sister Mrs J W Miller Messrs J U Warner Garret Elkin and W J Romans are on the sick list Judge NE WalKer la not well enough to be on duty Dr W N Hush has returned from Georgia In much better health Miss Mary Welch has return ed to NIchoIasvIHe after making many friends hero Late Friday evening George B Rob- Inson left Ills wife In his buggy till he made a purchase Her shrieks caused a large crowd to come to her rescue A horse which was led behind the buggy had turned It over by some means and the family horse did some high kicking Fortunately she was rescued without Injury and but little damage was dono to the team LAST EXCURSIONTO ATLANTIC CITY On Thursday Aug lath the Chesa peake Ohio will run Its annual ex cursion to Atlantic City and Capo May Tickets will be sold for both morning and evening trains for S14 for round trip from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling good returning until Aug 27th Through sleepers for Atlantic City will leave Lexington on the F F V Limited at 11 A M reaching Atlah tlc City next afternoon Sleepers to Washington only on night train At lantic City U the most popular seaside resort and a visit there Is never to bo forgotten Send In your names for sleeping car reservation or any infor moilon you desire George W Barney Dlv Pass Agt Lexington Ky Three grand midsummer excursions Niagara Falls Thousand Islands and Toronto all in one via the Queen Crescent route Aug 2d Otb 10th only 1005 Niagara and return from Junc tion City Through trains day coaches and Pullman sleepers Cincinnati to Niagara Aug 2 1 via Big 4 Aug Oth via C a D Ry Aug 10th via Erie Lines Tickets good 12 days to return See small bills or ask agents for further particulars Tho Tennessee Coal Iron Railroad Company has announced a reduction of 2o a ton In tho wages of Its miners Tho reduction will become gonora1 affecting upward of 12000 men In Ala bama What most poopla tIs something mildand gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in eflect For sale by Craig Mocker DruggistL tat A SUCCESS Financially and Otherwise Was The Hustonvlllo Fair Another Hustonvillo Fair la u ploys ant memory Although there were those who thought it not good Judg went lo hold an exhibition ihltt year and others who kicked against thfi pro position the third annual exhibition of the New Hustonvlllo Pair Association woe a Biiccej In every sense of the word Ttiecrowdri were larger than ever before and there was moro and better stock A nice dividend will be declared nod next year sli will favor a fair Prtysiileni James P Harper Sec retary W D hacker Treasurer J H Hooker and the large list of directors all worked hard for the success of the exhibition and aro deserving of the heartiest congratulations Hwlonvllle people upheld their reputation for be- Ing the moat hospitable In the country and are entitled to much praise for theIr untiring efforts tomake all feel that it was good to bo there Below is the premium list and winners of the blues and reds the last day Stallion mare or geMng 1 under 2 10 Charley T Samlidge prem J S Slur pliy cert 2 entries Mare 2 years nnd under 3 15 Mack Hughes preU1 Dodd Skinner cert 2 entries Mate 3 years and under 4 10 O T SamlldRO prcm 0 P Bowman cert 2 entries Mare 4 yeArs and over 15 Carroll Balky prom Dock Drye c ert Sentries Stallion mare or gelding 2 under 310 Mack Hughes prem 0 T Stndidgii cent 4 entry pillion or gelding 3 and under 4 10r Woods Prem i J T Crenshaw cert0 entries Stallion 4 years and over 20 C T Smfdidge preen JT Crenshaw tort 2 entries- Stallion any age 25 0 T Sandldco prom J T Orenshawi cert 2 entries Phaeton Pony under 16 hands 10 Dodd tfklnner pruui W D Woath erford certV Dock Dryo and Miss Nolle Adams drove the wintwr 3 entries Jtocka way mare or gelding 15 J T Crenshaw prom I C Junes cert 8 entries Walking Stallion more or gelding A E Hundley prom J U Lynn tort 11 entries Fancy sadMo mare or gelding 20 C T Sandidgo jiretn Robert More land cert 3 entries Fancy Turnout 20 Bledsoo Baley prom J T Crenshaw cerl 3 entries Model stallion mare or gelding 10 Dodd A Skinner prem J T Cren shaw cert Gentries Mare or gelding any age 20 Robert Moreland prem 0 T Sau dlilgo cert 3 entries Prettiest baby under 2 years 25 Mr and Mrs John J Allen pretn Mr and Mrs A P Ilunn tuna 7entries Stallion maro or gelding arty age 160 1 0 James with Lady Koc ie ler prem Goddiml Jt Butter with Red Loaf cerl Granvllle Cecil with a Gatubetta Wilkes mare 3d 4 entries RINGLETS The rain of Friday cut the crowd some but there wero about 2500 people presentCarroll Bailey took one bluo tie on W A Trlbbles Kato Malloy and one on his tine threeyearold mare Judge Saulley la a regular Roose velt Rough Rider remarked a young lady as ho rode In the walking ring The Umber used in building the am philbcare etc of the Huatonvlllo fair will be sold at auction Saturday Aug 18The order during the entire fair was good No lights very little drinking and nothing to mar pleasure except probably too much hospitality The following ladles were judges In the fancy turnout ring Misses JPSSIO Dcano Cook Mottle DInwiddIc Marv Carpenter and Mesdames F F San dldgo and W H Hays Many thought Goddard L Buster wlth Red Leaf should have Cotton the tlo in the 150 roadster ring instead of I C James who drove Lady Roches ter but there was no kicking T L Carpenters herd ot Aberdeen Angus cattle was greatly complimented Ho has expended no little money In promoting tbo cattle interest In the county and his efforts ore appreciated bv ill lovers of good cattle There were saved entries In the baby ring Including the twins of Mr and Mrs C H Carter The pretty baby of Mr and Mrs J Allen won with Mr and Mrs A P Hunns cuto little entry second Instead of a 25 cup Mr E C Hopper was to give li ibis ring he gave 25 silver dollars There were three entries In the fancy turnout ring and each was good enough to wear a bluo tie The ladles and gentlemen who occupied the ver itable chariots were Muse Bert Llv ingeton of Clinton Mo and J T Crenshaw Miss Minnie Eastham of Danvllle and W S Drye Miss Melllu Hopper of Hustonvllle and Blcdsoo Bailey A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will often cause a horrible tlurn Scald Cut or theICom alt Skin Eruptions Rest rile cure on oath Only M etma a box Cure guaranteed field by IVuny Drugglit State College of Kentucky tJarolowlngSobbolCIIIRSlcal orstudyprofessorsII rueladIhlSmoderRThon nftn young women Btl menJlilitafy for Iud required by Congress andliberalto supply Last year the matriculation list was SOX coursesofJAMES K PATTERSON Ph D L L D President AgeotFol Lond U Five I Minutes of your time and drop fa and see oir new quarters and incidentally let uV show you some of tho MidSummerBargains I- Wo fire oQoring in Clothing Straw Mass Shoes ct IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYout money back if youre not satiate 1rMiller HirschiDanville Successors to J L Frohman CoIr If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to j Penny Drug Stores Stanford Ky We use only the best med- icinesTrusses z I Of AIlvKinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hooker Stanford IN tNtlNlith A C SINECONTRACTOR A BUILDERrSTANFORD 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 land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I I will duplicate any pricesjoffered t 6p E laflR aaa 9A Clothing JInd ats ti At Close To Close Qut Now Is Your Chance To Get Bargains In Tho Aboye Lines Geo H Parris Loh THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Auo 7 1900 ALTONIW P vi DEfy10CRf1TIC TICKET For Pretlilent WILLIAM JEXSINQS BR YAX OJ Nebraska For Jiet Pruidlt ADLA1 E STEVENSON Oflllinoii Fr GovtOt J C W BECK11AM OJ NtlOlf For Congrea- rGEORdE OGILBERT OfSlielby ABOARD THE C A 0 En Rout to tho Old Virginia Home Not often in my busy lifo have I had time to take a vacation but I am going to do so now regardless of tlmo or whether euiuxil Keeps or not All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy and I have worked so long and so incessant ly as not only to be dull but absolutely stupid Unless the affliction has be come chronic I hope to cure It by a visit to the scones of my childhood and amid fond recollections live over again the happy days when life was one sweet song and carking cares wire unknown So with tho wife and little ones nicely stowed away in the magnificent Fast Flying Virginian of the Chesapeake Ohio railroad I am steaming towards the Old Virginia home as fast as wheels can carry me 0We who aro accustomed to rattle trap coaches and bad accommodations on the Knoxville division of the L k Ncan hardly Imagine a train as pala tial as the one we are on It Is lighted by electricity and heated by steam when necessaryand there is every con venience and comfort known to modern travel The coaches are erltable pal aces on wheels and glisten and sparkl- In their magnificence A dining car f attached which serves a meal no hotel can discount The charge is a dollar which is pretty stiff to a man who sends- a semiweekly sevencolumn newspa per a whole year for the same money but when wo go acattln we go acat tin and expenses are lost sight of for a season Accidents happen alike in well regu lated families as on well managed rail roads and It being my luck wo encoun tered a freight wreck near Hanley W Va last night A car had jumped the track into a culvert and we were de tained more thab three hours The wind that blew for the railroad compa ny and the freight crew blew good for us however in that it gave Mrs Wal ton a chance to ace for tho first time the ruggedand picturesque scenery along the upper Kanawha New and Green brier rivers We awoke just as Kana wha Falls was passed The wates were dashing and splashing the spray was rising and the sun was peeping over the hills just as they wero when we first beheld the spot 30 years ago But time and money have wrought a wonderful change along the line though and towns and branch roads appear where pristine forests and frowning rocks bad held carnival for ayes undisturbed Coal and Iron ore abound on every hand and to dig for them has brought a big population to this hitherto almost unoccupied section The railroad runs just above the rivers and In many cases the bed was hewed out of solid rook in mountain cliffs that rise perpendicular from the raging streams I built a good deal of the road myself and know the hardships difficulties and expense that attended its preparation for one of the finest trunk lines of the country It didnt look in those days that such a train could over glide so smoothly and so swiftly through the tben wild and weird country But man and money make a team that overcome all obsta ales and almost work miracles 0The top of the Allegheny Mountains la the dividing lino between too Vir- ginias at the point that the C L O enters the Old Dominion through a tunnel more than a mile long As we emerge from it we see again the hills and valleys of the dear old State and breathe the air which has not been contaminated by assassins nor vitiated by political conspiracies against law and order It is a relief to get as far as possible from sash a state of affairs as the republicans have brought upon Kentucky and I am already enjoying the change I find the people are much Interested in the Georgetown trial and all honest people hope with us to seethe guilty let their dues and the last one of theconsplrators die the igno minious death they deoere o Among the old friends aboard the train Is Mr D A Shanaban now of Louisville but originally of Virginia Ho is an extensive railroad contractor and has contracts now In Chicago Richmond and on the Greenbrier Many of our readers will remember him as one of the contractors on the Kentucky Central extension lie is the same gentle mildmannered IIDen as of old and with the exception of haying worn most of the hair off the summit of his cranium is apparently as young and fully as handsome as be used to boo 0Virginia hasnt been favored with rain as has Kentucky and judging from the appearance of the fields sbe will boys to wnd to ua for her corn eUpply iiij rr I t The crop along tho railroad will be a failure at least as no amount of mole turo could now ruin the nubbin pros pf ct It takes a good deal of work un the most favorable circumstances make much of the land In Virginia Ito to tho husbandmans demands but average citizen is industrious nod usually manages to make at least a good living which ho is ever ready to dis pense with hearty hospitality Wo are at Gordonsvllle nowand these few lines must close to catch the mall to their destination W P W TUB prosecution In tbo Powers case received a pretty severe jolt when It was gold bricked by Fakir Weavni A blow of this kind always weakens the chances of the Commonwealth no mat ter how strong tbo proof may otherwise boo Kentucky juries as a general rule are in sympathy with the man onI trial and any step on the part of tho prosecution which has the appearance of unfairness goes a long ways toward raising a reasonable doubt in their minds Powers will doubtless got the bonefit of this ranudllr sentiment aster as it can be consistently given the as sassination organs to the contrarv not withstanding However nobody wants Powers convicted unless his guilt Is clearly shown by truthful cvldonccand all good people will rejoice to sea Weaver punllshcd for his crime of perjury By cross examination boforo bo was put on the stand the asIought to have detected him fraud for it Is very common in trials of public interest for notoriety seekers of his stripe to report themselves to one side or the other as casually passing along just at the opportune moment t see or hear something Importance IN his testimony at Georgetown Stephen G Sharpe named a half doze or more offices that he bad held and said that he could think of no more at the time All of these otllcea were be stowed on him by the democracy but as soon as it ceased to favor him in this respect he deserted to the enemy Mr Sbarpes case however Is a very common one Nearly all of tbo disgruntled democrats in the State have been hon ored by the party with office but as spon as this favor ceased they could no longer stand its frauds and corruption As long as they were kept In office no matter by what means everything was doetIrtuao was left in the party EXAUDITOR STONE says he die charged Culton because bo stole 91000 but for certain reasons failed to bavo nlm arrested The people would lik to know the reasons bt so good a ma as Mr Stone shielding a thief Tne picture of Powers counsel in Sundays Courier Journal only disclos es one halt of our friend Judge Denny This Is very appropriate for one hat of Denny In any particular Is a plenty Tile king of Italy has been assassi nated and an attempt made to end the reign of the Shah of Persia In the same way The pad example set by the Ken tucky republicans Is spreading MR WEAVKU la a barber by occupation and of course he bad to talk too much THE POWERS TRIAL The following is a resume of th o evi dence in the Powers case since our last Issue Col C C Mongol of the 1st regiment received two all right telegrams from Collier Jan 30 one at 2 and the other at 210 II M Be also re calved an order from Taylor on Jan 18 Instructing him to hold his regiment In readlnes to move and to obey all of Colliers orders and signals Capt S G Sbarpo admitted that he placed men In the executive buildings after tbe shooting to prevent anyone from entering As soon as the shot was fired be rushed to Tavlor and volunteered his services and was placed in charge of the building He armed mountaineers who were there and Instructed them to allow no one to enter He also stated that before tbe shooting a prominent democrat whoso name he refused to give told him the democrats bad 2000 men and rifles to use in the contest ExAuditor S H Stone stated that on Dec 30 last he discharged Culton f om a clerkship in tbe auditors ofllce for stealing 1000 Be didnt have him arrested however and failed to report tbe fact to Sweeney his successor who employed Culton In an interview Cul ton denies the allegation and defies the alligator- J L Harkleroad had seen Golden with a big roll of money and heard him say he was in tbe 1100000 This wit ness has been frequently indicted for Illegal liquor traffic J Sam Butler Taylors right hand bower had conferred with no ono but Powers about a Western Kentucky army of civil liberty Ho was with Taylor until midnight Jan 29 and noth ing waseuid about It This contradicts Powers on that point He also stated that Powers rebuked Burton for saying eXPlodjInwere not called out until after thom shooting of Goobel und that there was no previous arrangement about bring log troops to Frankfort except thatc all had orders to bo In readiness and that the wordellall right by telegraph meant to come He admitted oo cross examination that guns and ammunition pbeforeIt was proved beyond doubt that G F Weaver who claimed he saw tbe rifle protruding from Powers window when Gocbel was shot wasat Grayson Springs at the time 130 mites away Mr is Jjrlfort Arrayed in a etripci suit i t Reuben Miller Powers room mate and corporation clerk in his olllco stated that Powers was not in his olllco on the afternoon of Jan 25 when Robert Noaks clams to have had numerous conference with him there but was In his room sick lIe also stated that troops didnt arrive until half an hour after the shooting Ben Rowe the colored porter corroborated Miller und although In re caption room all of Jan 30 know practically nothing about too shooting or of what transpired In Powers office He raised the window in Powers ofllco Miller and Rowe are members of the Indiana colony Capt G R Bullock was In Colliers olllco and heard only one shot Ho went out and saw a man crouching behind tbe fountain 10 minutes before Gocbel was carried out and 30 minutes after shot before soldiers came Capt D Walcutt In charge of arsen al heard of shooting at 1130 and mov led soldiers to Capitol 20 minutes later B S Stone Taylors tenogrftpher heard all shots Taylor came out ask ed who was shot expressed sorrow and ordered out troupe F C Elkins and D G Falconer told of conference at a farmers house about the Van Meter contest Concerning the charge made by ox Auditor Sam Stone that ho stolo 1000 while In his olllco W H Culton has this to say There is not a wora of truth In the charges made against me I was never discharged by Col Stone and was retained In the auditors olllco under Mr Sweeney till eome time in January During that month Gov Taylor arranged with Mr Sweeney tome r to go to the mountains to look after witnesses and Gov Taylor and Caleb Powers stood for my salary 1 was not hownever and was never discharged Stone never paid a cent on my account in his life The Jury will be taken to Frankfort at conclusion of the evidence to view the place of killing The trial mar last two weeks longer There will be five speeches on a side and the Georgetown prophets predict a hung jury POLITICAL There aro now five gubernatorial tickets in the Kentucky field Luke Pryor former Senator ire Alabama Is dead at Athens aged 81 The State democratic headquarters will be at Seelbachs Hotel Louisville Mr Bryans speech at the ootlQca tlon niceties will be almost entircl devoted to Imperialism fluternd Hotel in on to action concerning the coming cam palgn Claiborne county Tenn which gave McKinley 1600 majority went demo cratlc over 200 tbe other day Talc is democratic year Hon W B Smith spoke at Rich mond yesterday for the democratic ticket and will make a number during the campaign He Is tbe right sort of a democrat The democrats of Wllliamsburg bavo organized a Bryan and Stevenson club with a largo membership A Gatliff W H Parker J P Mahan George P Johnson and Walker Mason leading mountain democrats were the prime movers Hon John W Yerkes speech at Newport Saturday night consisted of a tirade against the existing election law He said there would bo no real political freedom and equality In Ken tuck until tbe Goebel election law has been stricken from the statute books Hon James B McCreary State chairman ofthe Goebel monument fund received a check this week from Chairman Weaver of the Louisville committee amounting to 1250 This Is the largest contribution yet made to the fund which Is assnmlng enormous proportions BRichmond Register Tbe campaign committee will consist of one member from each congressional district The State central committee ordered a primary to be held In tbo 7th district Sep 29 to determine whether Moody or Trimble shall be tbe nominee for Congress The committee informal ly discussed tbe election law but no action was taken The elections In North Carolina re suited molt triumph for white suprema majorityIgrounds prevailed the full democratic State ticket was elected and the Legis lature Is democratic In both branches presaging the defeat of Senator Butler A dispatch from London save At a republican rally here J H TInsley of Barbourvllle one of tbe attorneys for the defense in the Powers trial at Georgetown made an extremely inflammatory speech denouncing Tom Campbell the Goebel brothers and tbe prosecution of the trial by saying that hungry hordes of people were following Tom Campbell and the Goebel brothers to get part of tbe 100000 reward luudIExUnited Sates Senator Clark the mulilmllllonalro mine owner of Mon tana before sailing for Europe on tbe Lucanla gave 100000 to the Dry n campaign fund Besides giving that amount Mr Clark has agreed to fur nisi all the democratic campaign mon required in tbe State of Montana Hlb friends say ho will spend at least 9300000 rather than see the elector al vote of Montana cast for McKlnloy I contributed to the democratic cam aign fund because I think tbe election Bryan and Stevenson would be a treat benefit to tho country The cam paign committee will need funds for printing and circulating literature- be said Fred Hines aged 10 confessed at Cal that he poisoned his fath r He says he had been treated badIy by him NEWS NOTES Tho now L S N depot at Middles boro which cost 3000 was opened for public use yesterday j Two men were killed and three oth ers wounded In an election fight at Howards Quarter Tenn More than 0000000000 gallons of water were pumped from tho lako for the use of Chicago last month Full returns from22 counties la East Tennessee show that democratic gains have been made in every county Peter Mason of nell county was killed by a stack of lumber falling on him Joe Beney was seriously Injured John Martin of Bollovuo aged 78 years committed suicide by jumping from tho L S N brkljjo at Cincinnati An attempt was made In Paris to as sassinate the Shah of Persia but the man was seized before he could Ole his pistol The dry prairies in North Dakota were sot afire by tho suns rays beam log at 105 degrees and much damage was done At Sherman Grant county Ira Wade who wanted to kill his wife was tied to a post by tho populace until his angry passions had been subdued At Marlon C C Wheeler was shot and clubbed to death by a party of showmen supposed to bo tho rough- riders of Buckskin Bills Wild West Beckhara has pardoned Edward Stephens who got 21 years for killing Jason Miller of Scott county while the former was marshal of Midway In 1897 All saloon licenses In Louisville expired yesterday There are 874 appli cations or one saloon for every 231 in habitants If all are granted the sink lag fund will collect 9131000 An Ohio man who brought suit for the alienation of his wifes affections putting his figures at 36000 was awarded 1 cent The lady must have gotten her affections at the bargain counter Thtomos J Carson the noted thoroughbred breeder of Lexington who went to jail in lieu of the payment of WIEors oath He declared on the stand that bo had lost 930000 trying to breed taco horses at the Dlxiana Stud wasma placed on a a tin roof where the sun shone on all day In order to reduce his weight pounds by the sweating process This pileysired light weight in 12 hours time A glided palace at New Yorkwas raided and 54 women and 154 men ar rested and taken to the lock up Mapy of the women belong to the better class and pass covenant In good society There was weeping wal1ln and gnash log of teeth but the women in more or less society dress were hustled Into the patrol wag- onSEED WHEAT MICR400 BU FULTZ This U fresh Northern Seed The crop of ISD9 made a yield of 31 bushels par acre The crop of made 23H bushels per acre on corn ground with a heart stand of tim othy Address W MtlRlOIIT Stanford Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPA THISTS Will be In inrllle Mondijrs WednesJirs mod Friday Will be In Stanford Tuealiyi Thurxliyt and Sit UNIT Office In the Innlnstou lliilMlog Stanford UI lice hours 9 to AM 1101 r OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by IrA T Still of Klrorllle Mo depend on the principles of Anatomy sod 1byilologjr for Its re sults It requires no filth drug no rubbing nomrgIcaloperatlonanclalma blog supernatural osteopathy view man a a machine of so many parti Its keynote U adjuitracnl When all pirti zee properly adjusted and not overworked hrallh Is the result Some of the dlwaits treated by tii Nervous Iroitratlon Headache Neuralgia ItheuuulUni Catarrb Weak Eye Orsnulitrd Ildt Oollrc CooillpallooIllillAch and InlesUD troublea Ulseawe 0 lion nil Joint plnilCurrstures PUlooitlonstllirjolotf lardfasInoonttoeecofUrine Locomotor AUi a Coatullatlou Free PUBLIC SALE OF CASTLE COBB 17 On Wednesday Aug 29 1000 At 10 oclock wo will sell to tho high tat bidder at tho residence Castle Cobb farm tbo late homo of Ulchard Cobb de ceased Said farm containing ABOUT 300 ACRES Of tho finest quality and best watered blue grass land In Kentucky It la situated on the waters of tho Hanging Fork In Lincoln county on tlio Stanford k Mllledgu vllle Turnpike four miles from Stanford and Is connected with Danville and all surrounding town with turnpike roads It Is convenient Cincinnati Southern and L b N Railroad Stations with good social and educational advantages and church conve niences The residence Is a cooc frame dwelling of 10 rooms and two attics two largo barn cribs stock scales Icehouse and all other necessary outbuildings also a splendid young orchard In full bharlng Farm Is well fenced and the greater portion of It In bluo grass for u number of years The land will bo sold In one or two tracts according to best bid At the same tlmo and loco will be sold about 25 acres of KnoblanA and some personalty Richard Cobb Jr nea- rDauvillulyor Mr Kenley Trlbble on the premIses will be glad to show anybody the place who nine lro to coo It made known on day of sumo 1OAsesslon Jractlcable THOMAS PIIELI3- KIOIIAHDCOIIHJU Executors WantedAn IdeaWho can think simple to patent WUlilLlWrte JAMES T JONES Is candidate for jailor of Lincoln county partyWill LANDGRAF Is n cnnilldato for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to democratic action THALES II WRIGHT la a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count subject to time action of the democratic party DINK FARMER In a candidate for Jailer subject to time ac lion of the democratic party 110 solicityour support JOHN C PEPPLES Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couuty partyM E Ilttiirr KSIDIIVE- IIPBTTITT BROTHERS MOm LAXD KY Ior Furniture Undertakers Goods And Livery A very reliable Illack Mare suitable for la dillS to liverylior fZTOur Livery U In Good Shape is We PARKHILL Me DfS- OUS3PATH10 PSTSICIAN olrerleneoIuoffers hU service to the public of Stanford land vicinity Hiwvlal attention given to chronic caws ODice opposite Court louse over Ileatloy lire Livery Stable ODlce hours from to 5 r W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With Vitalized Air Physician In attendance Offlce In the New Thompson Qntldlng Tla THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJESTCLASSDoiolln 2 RATEoOns block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres 3Street cars pats the door to all puts of The City Everything neat and clean sOLD MOCK WHISKY George O Wcathcrford his a contract for FULL CONTROL SUit of Old Mock Whis ky In liustonvllle Kv- II 0 MOOK Danville Iy FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager SALE OF LAND AND STOCK In order to dlvidlbe estate of the late Mrs prfheSaturday Sept 1st 1900 llrr farm coulilnlng S ti== IsC =ZC- of good blue grao land well Iiaproretl with brick house bfMTta room well l rlDg garden orthirJ lc Tacos IIMf caih bilinr In II months with interest Iowoiljn giita Mtoon u lerUlI are roo- f11It with CowsSalestC 1l SN1LlrrUN Admr 34th Annual Encampment CHICAGO ILL AUG 27th To 31st 1900 Low Excursion Rates Via The And Connecting Lines To Chicago Return Through trains day cOlcbell Pullman S eepm mil free reclining chairs to Cincinnati nuke close connections with 1tnnijjrinls Lines Dig Routs C 11k U Bjr Monon to Chicago dally Tick eu with liberal return limits small hUll or ask agents for further particulars W C A Cincinnati Sweeping ReductionsON ALL GOODS Lowest prices of Midsummer Every department in our house sparkles with scores of Irresistible Bargains It Is hard to specialize items which won deserve publicity when so ninny aro equally worthy so wo mention a few articles In each department and promise you the entire stock is Proportionately Low i Domestics Another coso of Icrcalos Just received IQp quality RO for We havo thrown out a lot of 12o Per- calestoclosu atSi and 70 These artf not hard stock but the beat bright new patterns Wo still havo some good patterns In Calico that wo will allow each customer 10 yards for 35c Check Shirting Won Cb kcr Ilraml4jo M Inch Brown Sheeting 5c 60 Inch red Table Linen only 15c t CO Inch red and blue checked Table Linen fast colors 25c Shoe Bargains Lot Ladles Dongoa Iatont Tip 81 50 shoes will bo sold this week for COc Lot Ladles all leather flexible solo Oxfords in 3 and 3i for 40c they are worth 1150 3 and 3j only Lot of Mens Globe too Congress shot worth S2 will go for 1125 e Furnishings Notions Mens Silk Bosom Shirts worth SI will eo again this week at 60c Louisville Store Mens Negligee Shirts 60c quality will bo sod 3 for 1 Yens lOcficnSstltchcd linen handker chiefs only Cc One line of 30o i hoto In tan or blACk to be closed at lOc One lot of Moas Suspenders wire buckles web ends cheap at UOc will bo closed at Oo Ladles D opstltch Hoie worth 20c go in this weeks sale for lOc Summer Corsets S3c Choice of any 60c waist In the house 39c A few of time big bargains In Linen Skirts loft only 4ttc A line of white braided blue duck Skirts left to close for 73c Clothing Another crash in Crash Suits Wo will sell them as low aa 41 this week Boys Wash Pants lOc Mens Linen Coati 60c On our regular clothing stock we will cut theta in half All8ergtt Cawlrnrci Tweeds and Scotches will go at Prices unheard of before SHLINGER BROS PRORS T D RANFtY MGR CLEANUP SALE On Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers eIIyou wtnt Bargains see our BARGAIN COUNTER W E PERKINS i Crab Orchard Ky WaW MBOBEIITS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost ovary kind HcAutiful line of Stationer Blank Hooks of every description Olftce Long Distance Telephone WL Douglas SHOE Best inthe world IliRbest Qialliy for the Love Price f Solid Comfort And Unequaled Service BSTVVe Personally Guarantee Every Pair Cunjmins S McClary THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY AUG 7 1900 EC WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER THK best materials combined with caro iklll and accuracy Inauro good results No other methods are over used In our prescription work Penn Drug Store PERSONALS w A CARSON continues Miss NKTTIB WUAY Is at Drlpplni Springs U D HKIOHT of Grays is at home for a week ItoitN to the wlfo ot James N Gael a daughterJ le with hit parent for a few days Dtt AND MRS N II MOKINSKV 01 t Mlllori burg are hero Mils O L BAILEY Is vlslllng her daughter In Lexington Miss CORA JONKS of Somerset Is with Mis Stella IJallou- Mua UKTTIB McKiSNtv Is visiting rclutivcs at Huttnnvlllo Miss MAnY Lrnioowof LouUvlllo Is with Mlsi Janlo Poland JAMBS B GKNTIIY who hu beonI laid up for a week Is Improving MKSSIlS W II AND A T TUAYLOJ went to Cincinnati this morning Nit J E HllUCK andJoughter Mills Lena are sojourning at Estlll Springs Mu AND MRS L L DOTY are bad from a visit to her parenu in Bourbon Miss MAltY COOK will go to Loxlng ton this week to remain until after thi fairMESSRS J P COWDEN and George Montgomery of Liberty were hon Saturday MU HICIIAKD ScODDEitA of Rich mond was visiting Miss Eugenia War at McKlnnoy MIKE OWBLEY and Will and Owslej Master went to Danville yesterday to tfpend a week Miss ANNA COOK will entertain the Tennis Club Thursday evening com menclng it 830 MR T F SltNK Is taking a vaca tlon and spending a portion of it on hli Hardln county farm MCSDAMES J K AND M SfBACOU MAN will go to Dripping Springs today to remain come time MISSES HELEN AND JEAN DICIC of Crab Orchard were gucsU of Mlssei Sue Rout and Alllo FllbIMISSES JENNIK LYNN and guest Margaret Sallee of Somerset arc vis Ming relatives In Danville Mus BOWMAN SMITH who has boor visiting her parents near McKInney returned to Corbln lorldayIMil AND MRS G T LACKEY arriv ed from St Louis Sunday to spend a month with the bomefolks Miss MATTIE DRAZLRY and the Mlsnes Collier of Crab Orchard were guests of Mrs Robert Collier DrtJ K VANAUSDALK and ion Bowen leftthls morning for a pro petting tour of the far West Miss MAKY RocHESTEn who ha been with her sister Miss Bottle Roth ester left yesterday for Nashville Miss MOLLIE HENDIIBN of Kirks vllle and Mr James Dallard of Paint Lick are guests at Mr R E Sallcos loins RICHARD Coun and children have returned to Danville after a pleas ant visit to Richmond friends Panta graph Mil SLADB CARR of Mllldalo came over to iluitonvllle with Mr J G Wertherford and was his guest during the fair Ann a pleasant visit of six weeks to relatives in Southern Kentucky reIWrnMiss JBNNIKCAUPENTBR of George town was here to see her slater Miss Dovle who Is being treated at Joseph Price Infirmary WILLIAM HAMILTON spent Sunday with his wife In Lexington She loaves this week for Niagara Fells and other points of interest EHNEST WARREN it working nights ttt Rowland while Agent Splnk U oil Night Agent Fish is holding down the ofllco during the day MISSES NETTLE WALLER of Louis ville Fannie Eubanks of London 01 and Lutlo Eubank of Ml Salem guests of J W Eubanks Miss OALLIE HOHTON who has av craned 10 hours a day of hard work in this olllco for tho last two months is spending tho week at her country homoSAMUEL W MENEFEE li back from his delightful trip aboard Ho was not well pleased with the Paris expo ultlon but liked the looks of tho Paris girl tine- CuARLU ROSE of Hustonvllle is clerking for hili brother J Roy B We glad to Rose at Middosboro are state that Mr Roao is doing a tine bus loose in tho ExMagic city Du AND MRS A L NORFLEET and little daughters Helen and Katherine of Kearney Mo will arrive tomorrow to visit the families of John J McRob ertlJ and W H Shanks JASON WESLEY of Mlddlebur was hero Sunday to meet his sister Mrs Theo Wesley of Mt Vernon Ho told us that o little democrat arrived ut John Coulters the otherjday COL W P WALTON and family of Stanford aro expected Saturday on a visit to his ulster MM I N Vaughan Col Walton is editor of ono of the most taunch and fearless democratic Jour nab In tho blue grass StatoAsbland Va Herald of Prices InOAHPKNTERDR J 0 Stanford was In the city this week firmary JC Lynn of Danville was visiting Mr and Mrs J t bore Tuesday bithisxeekSomerset Mrs Moses iTanner of 1 t MR JPJONES will go to Clncl natl today to buy goods Miss NAN NKWELL of I3urneido Is a guest nt Dr L B Cooks MISS LILLm O MARTIN was with the Mliscs Newell last week at Mid dloburgMR MRS J C HAYS and Mrs J B Foster let this morning for Es till Springs Mu AND MRS J E CLAUNCH of Somerset will visit the family of Mt thai1Hhgraduate course In dentistry MANAGER T D RANEY received a letter this morning from Mr and Mrt Max Salinger who are at Atlantic Clty for a IDdays stay Mrs Urbaneky III with them MRS MINNIE BARON of Louisville Is with Mrs N Gold Tho families of Joko UummoUteln of Somerset and II Lerncr and A Pink of Danville were her guests MR UARTWELL PICICETT who hal tilted a clerkship In Severance fe Sons store has returned to his homo InSbol by county much to tho regret of the many friends ho made while hero IIe will bo succeeded by Mr A H Sever anco LOCALS FRESH Cakes Candles o at War ron As Shanks NEW lot of remnants this week Sov oranco V Sons Buoons harness whips 6rhea at Wcaren Bros TRY our Veal Loaf Biggest bar gain of tho day Warren eL Shanks THE democrats of Goshen scctlo will organize n Bcckham club soon A NEW spiral wire grain tube at Higgins ti McKinney Fits aDY drill YOUR account I 1 1Cdn0 and wo need the money Please settle Hilt Beck THOSE indebted w me will pleas call and settle I must have tho money Miss Annie Philips struck big straw rIck on Mr J S Hundleys place FrIday and It was soon burned A lot or cattle were grazing around If but cone wer killed YOUR taxes are ao pose due and you must not put off paying them long er but como at once S M Owens sheriff ALL who can do so wilt attend tho Danville fair which begins tomorrow Tho midway will bo one of the maul attractions AGENT JS RICE received order from headquarters the other day to re colve no freight for Tlco Tin China on account of the war there If you havo any thing for that point you bad Dotter dispose of It hero DEMOCRATS from every section of the country will comoto town Monday next countv court day to hoar Attor map General Brecklnrldge and Hon R C Warren expound democratic doc trine pure and uDde led DECLARFD INSANE Mr Clay Powell of the West End who has been in very bad health for several years was declared Insane and taken to the asy lum Saturday by Marshal Arthur Jones and John B Rout of Husionvllle THE Somerset Journal came out Friday with a pretty now head and enlarged lo 12 pages It Is as chuck full of news as an egg Is of meat and a news iaper In all tho word Implies Messrs Hunt nod Campbell we congratulate vou TilE I representative missed the tlio first day of big court at Liberty estcrday something that ho has not lone for years This papers many patrons In good old Casey will have a lilt from him soon and they are ro quested to either bold their orders or end to him by fall TRADED Messrs J W Hoyden and W U Ulgglns have swapped real Icnccs the latter paying 82250 to boot Mr Higgins value on his house was 2500 nod ho will move to Mf now owe Sept Mr Hoyden will rent or 1011 the Higgins property TilE bop at Waltons Opera Rouse Friday night was one of tbu most thoroughly enjoyable of the many given by tbo new hop olub Saxtoos orchestra furnished soul stirring music and the 30 or more couples present danced tho entire program of 24 numbers Dan rile Lancaster Hustonvlllo and Crab Orchard each sent delegations of belles and beaux and a livelier crowd could hardly have been gotten together MAHRIAQE has proven a failure In tbe case of Miss Emily Alexander of his place who married Mr Minor of unction City They began to quarrel almost before the honeymoon was over and matters wont from bad to worse Shu loft him and started to Cincinnati to find employment Claiming that she was making away with some of his goods Minor telegraphed to Lexington and had her arrested but the charge could not bo made good and she went her way ia THE Mission Band of tho Christian church will give a reception at that church Friday evening from 7 to 10 clock Ices and cakes will bo served for tho small sum of lOo Music will bo a feature of the occasion and besides the talent here little Misses Helen and Katherioo NorUeet two musical irodizles of Kearney Mo aged six and eight will take part The proceeds rill go to the building of a homo for- orphan children of India Go and help tho good cause f NEW Duo plow at Ulgglns loll Klnnoys good and cheap Geo H Farris Co FRESH groceries fruits candlc at W H Bradys RKIIOUND secondhand school book at Craig fc Hookers FiVR bushels of chicken feed for 81 J H Daughman Co ToY a week ut Crab Orchard Spring It will stop that tired Icellng DONT miss Jonas cut price tale on ladles and Misses hosiery this wee- kVAtrTaDTOchange cool for bay corn and oats Higgins Sims Phon 41 JAMES W WILCUEII of McKlnnej has been granted an S per month per sloe f CRAII ORCHARD SP INCS the place to go if you wish to recuperate as vcll ns enjoy yourself You owe tin account at this office aod you must settle U Let this gentle blnt bo sufficient please AN elegant lino offancy cd puro linen handkerchiefs Just opened J P Jones KILLED Frank Thompson whll hauling logs near Eubanki fell from his wagon on his head and died within a few minutes SALED A Bough sold for Josepl L Norris to George W Agco and Charles Cuddle of Woodford county his farm near Highland for 11500 FAKMERS Return our wheat sacks at once or call and pay for them We need them to receive wheat Thi means you J H Baughman Co OUR letter says tho G A It reunion will be held Aug 2321 aDd 25 Instead of In September DIg prep arations are being made by W L Mc Carty M A Middloton and others THE colored Hustonvllle fair next week will draw many a darkey from Stanford and lots of good housewives will have to take the places of their cooks The prospects for a successful meeting are good JOHN DIXON colored was arrested by Marshal Shannon at Crab Orchard Saturday charged with stealing a va lise belonging to Prof O C Monroe who conducted tho oolored institute here Ho had the valise In his posses sion Trial Saturday BRYAN buttons are popular A few days ago higgins fc McKInney Ll omo chewing gum with a prcsldentla nominee button on each package The Bryan lot went in a hurry but thos with McKinley are stow to goonl ono having been disposed of G A EUUANKS hasbeen vot ing the democratic ticket and working for the party over a quarter of a con tury wants to ono the people as Jailer and he has many friends who would like to see his desires gratified Read Its announcement In another column and consider his claims before you mako your decision in the jailers race PADOETT Elmore Padgett son of oorgo Padgett of the Klngsville sec Ion died Saturday afternoon aged 23 110 was a splendid young man and told bill parents a few minutes before he led that he was ready and willing to meet his Maker Mr Boone Flint who came here for his coflln told us that ho atIby Rev Ira Purlin DR ED ALCORN must have had a dis ordered stomach when he wrote the ollowlng from Hustonvlllo to the Dan vl1le Advocate The most complete qulpmentof crooks fakes hums dead eats gamblers thugs whisky and beer drinkers that was ever seen In one little town wore here attending the fair It was thought last year that they were all here but that was a mlctake Then they examined the lay of the land vlth the view of bringing tho entire ray this summer That is a serious ibjectlon to fairs in country places TilE Peyton family reunion at Pey Ion Well was a most enjoyable affair The following Peytons and their rela Ivcs were present Cot T P Hill and wife W B Hill wife and chll Ircn Dr J F Peyton Mrs Permella Irown Mrs Mary Craig Mrs J W layden and children Mrs Battle Smith M Speed Poywn G A Peyton aDd family E D Peyton atd wifaVln 10D Peyton and family Jake Johnson ind family Mrs G W Russell Warren Russell and family Mrs W A Ironsln and daughter J L Jarvls and wife W B Jarvis and wife Benedict ipaldlDg wile and sons Mrs C Va icy and children Miss Leo Bobbltt Five generations wore represented Tho friends of the family present wore Dr E J Brown Lewis Rossoll Ed and P W Carter D J and J H Al corD Col Hill has donated an acre of land near the well which will be fenc cd in and made a pretty park for the annual reunion The reunion comes on Dr J F Peytons birthday and he always receives the heartiest congratu lations IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ed Evans aged 77 Is dead in Laurel There have been five deaths In Adair county from flux Jailer J Polio Clark is dead at Leba Don He was servlog his third term Miss Luoy Smlthor aged 80 and the Ideal woman in Nlcholasvllle is dead Sam Nichols will succeed Will Lyne bookkeeper in the Doyle National of Danville A postodlce has been established at Dolphin Madison county Hayes Stocker postmaster E H Summerfleld a wealthy farmer of Jell co was married to Miss LizI ale the handsome daughter of Mr Jee Lovcluco of London The Somerset Journal says that R- Q Hall and A M Parsons breeder of pure setters and blood hounds will take their kennels to the Dunvlllo fair The Wayne County Record is a Jrood paper but it would be film better 1f Brer Phillips would kill a half dozen or so of his funny correspondents They aro entirely too funny for these serious times Judge James G Carter of Mt Vernon died at Oerea Sunday where he was visiting the Masonic fraternity Ho was made a Mason in 1850 and wai a great worker in the order The re mains were brought homo for Inter moot Granvllle Owens has bought out hli partner W H Colycr who U In very bad health and will run the business plane R W Wallln of Crab Orchard has opened anics stock of goods In tho Ed Albright IIwrehouseDrodbead- cor Mt vernon Signal The commercial club and city council of Somerset have agreed on a general ordinance exempting manufacturing plants from taxation for the period ol live years and havo also agreed to im prove the water protection of the city and extend it to all factories locating within the corporate limits LAND STOCK CROPS C Two Rood Southdown bucks for sale J W Baughraan Stanford W C Shanks bought of P P Nun nelley four twoyearold mules at j- On B Bronaugh of Crab Orchard offers two good farms for sale In this IssueSix hundred native stock ewes extra good for sale Swinebroad Son Lancaster Ky C L Dawes sold in Cincinnati last week a car load of sheep at 2 to lie The market was overstocked Mr S R Cook braueht us In a lot of Irish potatoes Saturday that were al large as watermelons and almost as goodAl Burns of Lexington bought of Dodd ti Skinner a harness horse lot 8160 and and one of S T Harris for lame AT Traylor Is putting up a 50x31 barn on his farm which Is a model of jonvenlence He built it after tbe Illinois style Nine sheep came to my place July 25 Owner can got by paying for their keep and this notice J H Dalton Gilberts Creek D N Prewitt bought of John Yeager 60 stock hogs at 8160 and from T Hunter a small bunch all barrows at 15 He also bought of Ike Henry 71 owes at StJ T Walston sold to B G Fox a pair of yearold mare mules Ion 300AdvocateColored Institute The colored teachers institute was held at the Baptist church last week iftflr devotional services by Rev A B Dodds pastor of the Methodist church Supt Singleton delivered the opening address F L Stepp elected secretary aDd Prof C C Monroe moderator Mrs E B Knox R C Durham and P L Stcpp were appointed committee in program C S Haynes LT Wade and M E Jones committee on resolu tune C S Haynes query master Mrs E B Knox editor M E Jones iisoclate editor of tbe Institute Jour nal Rev A B Dodds was asked too presenl each morning to conduct tho devotional exercises Twenty teachers were enrolled Supt Singleton intro luccd Prof C C Monroe of Owens ore the conductor who delivered quite an instructive address The pro rram arranged by the State board of iducotlon was carried out Tbe committee on topics assigned the dllTerentI eachers to lead in dl cu lubjects were handled In a very inter esting manner In conducting tho In ttltuto Prof Monroe was scholarly and frequently grew eloquent in discussions The Teachers Association was organized F L Stepp was appointed resident and Miss M E Jones secre fry of Stanford district Mrs E B Ivnox president and R C Durham see Mary of Hustonvllle district Mrs C S Haynes president and Miss K B Gentry secretary of Crab Orchard dls rlct Tbe first session wll be held at Crab Orchard the 1st Saturday in September I take the liberty to say here that this was one of the most Interest- Ing and benoflcal session that wo ever had In Lincoln and wo commend Prof C C Monroe our most able conductor for his excellent work F L STEPI Sec EXCURSION THROUGH CANADA TO NIAGARA FALLS The C H D Ry vlll run a popular excursion to Niagara falls by way of Detroit and the Michl gan Central through Canada Tickets OD sale Aug Oth return limit Aug 20th Price for the roundtrip from Cincinnati will be 87 correspondingly low rates from all points Apply to C H D Ry agents for leaflet giving full information An experienced font will accompany the train to look after the comfort of passengers If you take this trip you can soy you have cen the greatest physical wonder of our earth Mrs Annie Brunton was dragged rora a horse while on route home from lurch In Meade county criminally as aulted and murdered Jesse Durham her nephew was arrested The sheriff after being chased by a mob succeed din getting his prisoner on a train or Louisville at Long Branch DROPSY nreAbhlltemMi e it least wothirdaoraUaymptomnmov- edTaatlmonlUandTU DATS treatment fJ4t Ut ft B GUN Ole Box X Atlanta Qa n GEOA EUBANKSxtmaxzvavs tweey s F1 Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln rountv subvert to tho action of the democrat party uu Broilieai Fair Aug 29 30 31 Persons desiring to go the Hrotlliend Jar from Stanford and Lancaster can go in private convince as the Road Has Been Repaired From Crab Orchard In Urmllie II and Is only seven mince TWO FARMS FOR SALE lUring dfclilnl lo change mr rooatbn I w 11 nil primely my fun on hleb I lIe 31 of a mill from Crab Orchid Ky Thus farm Ij floe land lngooduteorrultirationlbmsrree ot rlnr bottom Unil tint li ono corn and land the btlsnro li upland and veil adapted lu corn whit blue gnuts and Iii other trope lirlcl ilwrlllnj of room mil cellar a well of plead IrewtoD water at the door tw goal tmrinrn ban and all necnurjr outhullillngi houetlfDeW ol good fruit and an alwnilanci noel wa rr tusks this the mat deilraMe lama fn tills end of the county Also a fmn of about acres yj soils from Crab Orchard Ky on Iahateretrel opposite the fa moue Crab Orchard Sprtnti All In grass with large stork ian end an abundance of water will the flnnt building tile In the neighbor hood AIM a nke collage In Stanford Ky on Lana tcr Street with gel clit rn gxrilm At attached lor furtbt till on or il lrM It II iIIIONAtU11CrabUrchar- JKAN y ORDINANCE To lledure and HiclndofYrlaln Trrltory From The 1reMUt lloundary and Umln of the Clly of Stanford Ky The City Council do onliln PI follows Tbere shall be excluded from the present limits of the el tr ofStanford all of that territory outside of tbe following lines and boundary towll Ilcsln sing at a alike at lluudleymEat gatepost near rlgbtofwa of the Lnutsellle NLahyt1Ie lull rood thence orlh poly to west corner of John nrtght and rbner of llalloy iobdnlghlsllne thence North Eat 23111 to North ct corner of S J iMliris garden thence South W Facet IM poles lo a Make old boundary line and feeuluug eats line front the renter of tbe Stanford and Crjb Orchard turnpike thence South 1Dj Lad 78100 poles to a staki on boutk bank of St Asapua branch on land 01 Mrs U Shanks thence South 72 West to a stone In North abutment of bridge on tbe Stanford anti Logan Creek turnpike near the ot A Trlbble thence Wet Sll poles to a stake at Southeast corner of J S Hock era yard thence South West 310 poles to a ute at southwest tuner of 8 II Uaugbnun yard thence North arn West 1S6 poles to al olot n the Stanford and liustonvllle turnpike in- kiortbaatofNorthat abutment ot the bridge West 1M pohw to a auk in ll- ndnPlloutanti the cemetery lot tbeoce I 43 210 pole to the eginning corner t Fall gate poet Said line shall be ao nstltute tbe llmlU and boundary ol the dtr jauford J Mayor L U HUGHES Clerk FARM FOR SALE Contains 105 acres and U In a splondl late of cultivation On the Hlack pike 25 nllea from Huston vllle and IS from More and Has on Kit dwelling cf ave room aod good tenant house besides nccesar lUtbulldlngs Splendid orchard good wet md two springs Terms easy WII WRIGHT Hustonvllle Ky NOTICE On the I5th of August at 2 r u sharp the farm I now live on will be sold on tho premises at auction terse made known 00 ilay of tale It contains about 75 acres sell Improved and a fine home In every respect One mile from Danville on Shaker own pike T D English Auctioneer I M QUISENUERRV Danville Ky DANK SIOC2 AND M ESTATE AT AUCTION I will toll nt public auction to tho highest bidder on Monday Sept xotli 1900 ounty Court day la Stanford 30 or 40 hares of Lincoln County National Dank lock my 0Hoora Residence In Rowland Ky with good barn and other outbuildings and a Store Rouse In Rowland Ky25x60 24 feet high and two stories A splendid 10 allon Possession given at once Call If you wish to see the property or write If you eslro a fuller description TERMS One tlslyd casts balance ID out Bnd two years ISAAC HAMILTON Rowland Ky ublic Sale of Town Lots In Stanford Ky a On Saturday August 18 1900- n the premise at oclock v u I will of for for sale Seven Town Lots Of Ten Acres Eah Wllh a street running through 30 feet wide from the to tilt tract of land of J S cutolYllkl aro two lots facing on the Somerset plko the other ono on the utotr pike and aro desirable lots to build on or for pasture The land Is good for rasa or anything that grows out of land Tutus or SALE Onehalf cash the other nohalf on sIx months time with 6 per cent interest and a lien held on the lots un it paid Posiesslou given as soon t soon a8 the corn nn n portion will do to gather and 3 or of them possession given at once About one half of tbe whole land Is In grass All the land Is about half a mile from tho ourthouse D W VANDEVEEIl Valuable Real Estate To be sold at Executors Sale on Wednesday Aug 15 1900 To tile highest and best bidder Sale begins Alt r u In front of thecourthouseinStan- rd Ky No A fine blue grass farm of 200 acres 3 K miles West of Stanford on tho Huston vllie pike In a state of cultivation living a good dwelling a No 1 barn fine orchard fencing firstclass and well water cd 62 acres now in corn balance In grass No2 Fine blue of 40 acres In the suburbs of Stanford No3 Dick storeroom and warehouse ranting on Main SS feet and extending autli on Lancaster street 220 feet teat uslueM property In Stanford Noa 01 lot fronting on Depot stltlet fi6 loot and uxteuulng Luck feet with outlet to Mill street Now used as a rotor yard No The Monroe Smllh tract of Knob lAnd on Oreen river near Jumbo of about acres valuable for timber and minerals No6 About 300 acres of Knob land 00- tho head water of Omen river near Halls Oap all in forest Purchases will hesoedlng privileges on farm lands nt once and full possession of all property on tho tt day of 1U01 Terms Ono third cash ono third lu one year and balance in two years with Interest lit 6 cent luinUm from date till paId and lien retained to securo unpaid notes lartlo1 desiring to look at tho property fore day of snlo will bo shown same I- tbo executors or by T M Uoodknlght In Stanford Iy W HMimiHY J S MORlUV l Executors of J 8 f Murphy deed It Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIES SAUFLEY Pres 0o HIGGINS McKNNEY n Stanford Ky FortI The Superior Disc Drills a J The Tiger Disc Plows The Tiger Disc Har t rows The Studebaker Wagons The Dicks Feed Cutters The Dain Corn Crushers- The Oliver Plowsu no Reduced I Trices on Straw Hats n CUT HALF jTWOMi We dont want to carry them over and almost any price takes them LadiesSlippers Greatly reduced in price We have some nice ones left A beautiful patent leath er for 81 50 ALLSUMMERCOODSMust 110 Th19JROBERTS IIffy up you are a and Childrens Slippers We are offering Mens i1V1dles BLACK TAN I Viet Shoes solid good goods altlUs 9 r Mens tine Tan Shoe sold for f295 to U at 190 and2 75 Ladles Slippers at 73c 8 Childrens Sippers at 75c S Ladies Oxfords the I SEKILEM 8 MABE j ofAtI1I5 S k j Childrens Oxfords make at reduced prices I o All Black 6 OXFORIDsAt m JOppositejt jW Big osiery Sale i l We offer in our CuliPrice Sale This Week Our whole line of Hosiery fort LADIES MISSES CHILDREN Lovers of Good Hosiery and Dig B irgalns will regret it if they mm this sale JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad Ja A ALLEN a CO Contractors And Builders STANFORD KY have now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pine Flooring Coiling Door Sash Illlnds and all kinds of Dressed and tough Lumber Shingles and Lo cu 4o We make estimates onany kind of work wanted Oflic opposite Dr U A B Cooksyt v v HEJNTEK10R JOURNAL Entered n the poitqflce at Stanford aI eoondciau maUerjp Uah4u SYrduv 1 PER YE AR CASH When not sopaldfflS p will be barged KNOXVIllE DIVISION 24 Train going North 01I II24 23II II South 12 S3 23 UII21Dl For11iro1at- KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION o2 A rrrlresat Stanford at 1OS No 21 Lrares Stanford at 210 J No Arrlresat Itawlsudat 1200 JIjNo 22 Leares Stanford at 2SO P QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South uus Junction City No 11 OMUOtstop No 3 1lO r Noa 112 No9SOru stjMng South Ne 2 doosnt stop Xo S4 No 6223rMoIO6AIFR- ANKFORT AND NITrains leare Frankfort tOSO x 3tO r lad r connecting Ueorpetown with tbQ- Ct Itetatnn IMTO artt 1 and 340 p TiCbIUg Frankfort after ronaectlna with I tc train at 1120 u7tlOr NantLI1P me latter train leares for Genrertnwn at 7 15 p M J nIHWTONUI A SOUTHERN RftlUflY M KENTUCKY iHH4 Seasdsl tItftMap IB 1000 liSTTJOCKn f NoL No1 No3 IiV IxmbTllUj 74 am 400pm TCtpm- ArShelbyvllle B10am 33 m BWirra Ar Larenreblc ft 60am ssptu 94pm Ar 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DlrI Blnebam vIa Lexington and Gbattaoooirx No 5 fjcc observatloa ebIrcar Loulsf so LexingtOn No 6 froe obierratloo chair earLeilngton Loultvllle No oltsplntrcar Ulrmtncbam to toI tla liezlncton AU rales betwren LoulsTlllej Lf tlnctoa Burem dully Bntween Ver alllca and Qeoreetpwn floe III anti ladally No1 cTandeSdallrrzceptSonda- llctwen Versailles NlcbolasTilleKleh monu and Jrrlne dally except Sunday tDatly except Sunday Otber trains dally F509I1 M VP4QM J M CULl T M Washington D C Washington trC 1TATtnKJ A WMUTATU Ad IA VTa hlnston U a Louisville K Cumber lnQ Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Fare better than ever Fishing season in full blast Dally harks to and from station Lots of amusements A mcdol Summer resort Write for catalogue and further particulars J B OWENS MOil Parkers Lake Ky BEAZLEY HAYST- JHDZITAZERS DEALER IX Furniture MattliiKSRus And Wall Paper I They will Exchange Furniture for nil kinds of Stock Give theta a call Prices rjght STANFORD KENTUCKY J G+ J4c LARY1 UNDEBTAKEE Manufacturer and Dealear In JEunesSIADDLZBY 8cC Stanford Ky I o Roland P Falkner associate profw sor of ItntbtJca In the University ol Pennsylvania con AB Error l a Crl tribute to the Fo arItIde showing the error pf the commonly accepted belief that crime facetiously Increasing In the United State The fallacy lies in accepting census returns at their face value On the basis of prison statistic writers like DavidA Wells Henry M Boles and Vrof Lorn kroso have been spreading broadens the statement that crime is increasing more rapidly in the United States than in any other civilized country and the charge has generally been admitted without question The census figures do Indeed show a startling increase in the proportion of prisoners per 100000 of population In 1S50 there were 0737 prisoners and in 1800 there were 8232S an increase from 29 to 132 per 100000 Inhabitants In this period the popula tion bad increased only 170 per cent while thenmnberftf prison crslncreased 445 per cent The conclusion of the statisticians and moralists has been that the country is rapidly going to the logs Trot Falkner now comes to the rescue with a detailed study ot the fig urea and under his treatment the disquieting charge against American morals is reduced to harmlessness lie shows that prison statistics are utterly unreliable for any such use as has been made of them An increase In the num ber of arrests Is not n trustworthy Indi atlon of an increase in crime The law passed by the Chickasaw Indian nation providing that white men must pay 1000 license fee to marry Chickasaw Indian girls is now In effect and will be rlgidfy enforced Lhe law also provides that white men wishing to marry must also prove that they are of good moral character There is a provision In the act which 1vea a noncitizen the right to marry Chickasaw Indians In Kansas or any ither state lie can only select an al lotment of approximately 00 acres of Land onenaif the amount he might have shared had he married under the Chickasaw laws The measure was en acted to lessen the abuses of Inter marriages Since the bill was passed by the Chlcknsaw council last Decem befIt Is estimated that 1700 white jncj out licenses marrvjndian gills In ode a toecapettlt wtllt of i t4 j There sterns to bno end of the num Ser and varieties of industries found Idden In the bosom of the Mississippi gatberIIIIJfviththen the gathering of pearls owan other industry has teen cOJUI1J1ctd vltich promises as large pioflXas th uPforclovnmen catching mud turtles which are shipped TO Baltimore and Washing ton There they are converted into all kinds of French dishesto suit the oc aion and tatesof different jieopJe The industry is a paying one and Is furlabfug employment to manyper consThe automobile has oriented anew l rimji for wMchis yef there Janolllii1 ishments Vg y young wjn was arrested In Washington the other day for laving deliberately started a maehlni rhlch he founL tandIng by the shlc wall and though It tore down the itreet all by Itself creating constersa ion in the pdtu of its flight the culprit wls released because there was no law o fit the case Sow the city author ties are drafting a measure which will provide a penalty for such an act The 20000 harvest hands needed In nnsas have not been secured and as a result the college students boys and girl have agreed to take their places In the fields Students from Fairmont allege at Wiehita and the Southwest ern Kansas college at Wlnfield are prominent in this movement They will run the binders Some of them have worked at lavesting before but many of the frlB have neverlived on a farm Immigration to the United States is nuually large at the present time he figures for every month of the cur ent year show an increase over those of the corresponding period of nay previous year with one or two excep Ions Thti total Immigration for the month of May Is given as 50812 and the figure for the present month is lure to be much larger Congressman Long of Kansas sent one of his constituents some radish eeda several months ago Now the man has sent hi representative a I idlsli 18lnches long and four Inches In circumference to prove that gov rnment seeds will really grow some ting A New York man has turned out his one hundred and twentyseventh atcnted invention consisting of a l1ngrr ring that cuts twine nnd erases marks on a package Its a good thing we are not all inventprt The college maid n who contemplates matrimony would better make note of the fact that h young man In engageINo state except Rhode Island and Istlsstppl requires more thaw one years residence for citizens In MiMic Iota only four months Is required SPAINS GREATEST HEED Mr It V Uollrar of Itarrrlont Spain Iadhla vl ttn a t Altcn SO Veik nerves bad cam OJnre Iii In tile Jack of his head On using ulIiis urauil lu ulMhtt U what hit country needy All luerlra knows tint It cures liven aDd kidney trim LleIurlnn the Mood tons up the stomach rengihtent tlie u rvet pUll tlu Tlgor and uew into evcry muscle ncrre acilorgiu ol use body If weak llrw or illlnr you ncul It ry bottle urantccd only M vent Sold J Penny Drug rial p In a tight over an election two men Wlre killed and two Injured in Han cae county Tenn 7fipfrr 1J nail C for HIsS Darry Sullivan the Irish tragedian was playing in Richard III some years ago at Shrewsbury When the actor came to the lines A horse a horsel My kingdom fora bonsai some one in the pit called out Wouldnt n donkey do Mr SulU vanYes responded the tragedian turning quickly on the Interrupter Please come round to the stagedoor TitBits Willing Mnrtrrilom Solicitous Parent Evelyn you mustnt ride In this open street car such a cold day as this without your Jacket Put It on child You will have pneumonia If you dont Miss Evelyn with supreme con tempt What of that Do you sup pose Im going to let Mabel Upjohn see me wearing a jacket thats all out of style Chicago Tribune On the Stump Now doth the wily candidate About tho country future pratflIInsist tho way to navotho Is with the party true to stand And thwart tho oppositions plan To choose a most unworthy man Urge your support for one thats at And Incidentally hiI ttPuck xo CAUsn VOlt UAHII Porshott after missing his twcnt eth btrdI believe the birds arc frightened at me Onmekccpor They neednt to be Ir hieago Chrnlc10rIjlfc h Sweet This world Jmt a Riwtlns how And ret thcrrn noj a man Cut wants to can as much of the IerformanJa as he can Philadelphia Pro- mDliIomnvy fo tIh Home VAe Oh yes I always let my gitfgo jut as soon ns the summer fairly begins Why Do you prefer to do oJour own work in hot weather MNo but ItrgivMjTnef an o us to let my husbina Rnow tHat VecCn possibly 14 vislfed by say f hk peo piOhioago TlmcaHermkl TIle Very Worst J Janice she tld sleepily don1 you ber queer noises I believe thrr are burglars In the houset No such gqod luJc cried James after a minutes pause That baby awake agaial I1f14dPiphln North Am tICII t III nnllj Duty And they 53 yon drove that rich man to drinkf Yes sir but I ooutdnt help It CouldnU help Iti What do yot mean H made me sir I ivas his coach wan Harlem Life OUC isv or I1 ttBusiness Caller looking at photo graph Thlgte plcturcQf Mrs Peck Ington I luppoe1- leeldngtonYes that her who she Is er g her picture taken Puck V IIta Little Jiiike t Mrs Diggs I wonder if I can get any dye stuff at the corner drug store Mr Diggs Sure thing But in order to get the die suiT youll have to bav n presorlption from a physician Chi cago Dally News Agreed Exactly The Mistress Bridget you must stay until I get another girl Bridget That was my intenshun anyway I rant her to know the koln ova woman ye are Harpers Jiazar Startling Ingratitude Mr Xewkid Uncle Thomas has lost his entire fortune in Wall street Mrs Newkid Oh the ungrateful wretch Right after we bad named the baby for himiPuckSpeed What With all your debts you bought nn automobile Thats precisely jjwliy I bought It I had to have some way of escaping my credltorsJtN Y World 31ylercs of Nature SheAs a rule big strong men are goodnatured and jolly lieYes and as a rule weak little women are pert and saucy Chlcagi Daily News The Vaai Way Askit Who Is the fellow who Is so energetic in discoursing on Jigsby faultsTellitThats his bosom friend of course Baltimore American All the UIITrrcncf t nevitt Dont you believe that a man should practice what he preaches Jewetlt depends upon what he preaches Town foplcs There Are Exception Its the little things that count in this world I tell you Oh I dont know Our bookkeeper weighs 225 Chicago TimesHerald Condoned tle Offense I am selfmalic maul he bonded Oh we 1nhl a hearer well for- gIve you Only dont do It nguiniN- Y World MJAVKESS CANNOT HE CUI1KD Hy local p llrttlont II they cannot ruth the ilineoswil portion of the sir There If only one way to cure df fiiM that It conxluillonal remedies ItaainrM hushed LrD lutUuird ron dillon of the mucous lining Kiutichlsn Tule Wbenihlt lube is InHamrd you liars a rumLlIn luund or lmirf t hearing and when It it entirely lotrd IVatntw U the result ansi unless InlUmmatonvan be taken out and list tube ratomt to in normal condition hearing will le destroyed forerrr nloll ca es out of ten an caued liv Potarrh wM h It nothing but an Inflamed con lion of the luocoui nirfaces We will gIve Ode Ilundretl flolln for any ceIVafntte ftnuwd liybCatuarrli that cannot be curd by lulls Catarrh Cure Send or circulars freoF J CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 riold by DroKglili 73 Halls Family Pills art the best r SAVE YOUR SKIN How to Preserve Purify and Beautify the Skit and Complexion To preserve purity anti beautifytho pimples blotches blackheads redness roughness yellow olhDoUIY skin chapping many other forms of skin blemishes no other skill or complexion soap Is for n moment td bo compared with other ponp reaches the cause viz the clogged rritated or irtfiarnedcondition of the loiizs S YKJIAplHumors and Dandruff Cleanjo tho scalp antI hair thoroughly with n warm shampoo of CITTI cunA SOAP rluso with wqrm water dry carefully and a drcf Mn of CirwciUA purest of emollients gently rubbed Into tho sculp ThU simple refresh and treatment will clear tho scalp hair of crusts scales anddantlriilrsootho irritated Itching surfaces stimulate tho hair follicles supply tho roots vrltlncncrgr and nourishment ifiid iniike tho hair grow upon a sweet wholesome anti healthy scalp when alt else falls SAVE YOUR HANDSH- ow to Make the Hands Soft and- White in a Single Night Bnthoaml soJ the hands on retiring In a strongiot lather of CUTICCIU SOAP Dry thoroughly and anoint freely CtmccUA groat skin euro and purest of emollients Wear during tit ulIt ohllooo kist gloves with the linger ends cut oil For red roughtapped hands dry Itching feverish palms shapeless nails with painful linger cuds this one night trttyntnt Is simply wonderful and a blessing to nit allllcted with sore sought or hands Guticura The Sot St25 External and Internal Treatment for Every Consisting otCtTIM1nl r2At to clean tbe skin ot HumorImates and soften the thictned cuticle VTICVKA OisvsEtl t1 InitAnti ailsi Itching ineammatlon and irrItatIon Sod heal and CoriconA Iti otTisv40c to cool and eJenrxo Ihe blood A BINULK SeT U often ufflclonttncura the moat turtnriLV dUAirarlngaud humiliating klnseglIiand blood hnroors with lois of hair when all elM falls oIh thruurhgut the world POTTER DRVO Cuss Conr Bole rreps Uostoa Mass AU about the tikln ticaipand Hair irs GO ro JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky NtceJW Dr Goods Jkd Notions TIe Newest Things in Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c AH the Latest Styles in Shoes forladies men girls artd boys Linen uid Light Weight lIitat Greatly Ie lucHl 1rur I ill1M glast- to furnJHh von nnv 4111v in the vunr cuitnble uttwskat llrtttoui lrifa Southern Mutual Investment Go i OF LEXINGTON KY Over 258000 poiil in Living Benefits Over 120000 Ueeorvo and Surplus Have YoaSeen a Sample of t Qur New Endowment Bond Jf not write to tho home office for Ittoraiure or call on our nearaat spat for an explanation of its terms and oondtlou Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns H60 nnd five por cent interest fur the nvlntga ttm for OAth dollar In 2 Stock taken now will nil be mnltJrtllln froai eighteen to twenty four months with a large part redeemed In a much liortur time 3 It Is matured ia consecutive order con eniiintly all ttoment of chance la elluitm ted Now is the Time to Subscribe IThe sooner you begin tho sooner will your coupons begin to maturo For further information address J C BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky A SMITH BOWMAN 5ecretaryI THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky iiavlng been re contly equipped with the marvelous Auastltfinat Lcnten tho now discovery hi option science to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of the very Latest Designs i17 jYlouldi gs Patterns never Bold in this locality before have to be seen to ho appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to Ihn most elaborate paintings Among the lot is the Sew French FleurDulis tncmiiliti i bpccially for suitable indicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water roll and All pictures that re dulro it dainty frame nhellin Danville call and bce Ub ui1 Gut our Irlcci WI will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite iosi Oiticc Danville Ky TtcreB no need to go to tho PARIS EXPO August i9oo =1314 15 16 17 181900 30000 r S3QcOO Stack Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races FJse THE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND jFlne HuntJT Ii Daily ConcerttU THE liECIfiiZ FAMILY 7l E1BERG- rsS Surern Complete Neck ttotoxi Theoo celebrated fumllioa wlU give FREE PERFORMANCES Mch day In front of thn grand stand Youll hUll every thn eml fig Pond to fear Y f7 Lads direct from TIB DlLWOKTn FAM- ILY8MEIMBERS8 Uiriraki Acrobats t OADrAN VJ Lt11t 1tt woit gnrgcoiiB oxtcnslvo and attractive array of amuse ii Frs the bet iu hijh priced artists and the grandest aggro t Tintnl aad rwiern covcrty features ever congregated under t t YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT C SHANULIN Secretary Lexington Ky UiJi oi ruioB oa all raliLiailS See posters and small hand bills vLL jLIg J FOE eENJGood property In the town of Crab Orchard W LANUOUAF Krlgor ICy POSTED I hereby notify the uUlo that my land U post trrpisalugto tb ntat cUbe law j M fLAfU HOTeL FOR SALe Leading UOIH Iu towrrset with good lulncM priuchiahlygmsJOURNAL EOSJED xi17finnKyIalsO on Muck whllnrrJtl LUTES co LIVE STOCK DEffLERS- Millcdgovillo Ky alsogonsale LlIK A 0 BICYCLES REPAIRED CentralKenuckycle Workmanship Uukrnntfvd COrKy Mason HotelMRS U D tIMtSO Iror Lancaster I Kentucky splendidtablomeet all trains 69 J T SXJTTOKT- Undortalcer Hustonvillc Kontucky Ioefn his smut to the erWt Utrol Iaaffia Full steak olCMBas sod Cask stsalwairsen Iud- D 8 Carpenter Maoater i Mlntoshs Livery 5 Feed Stable McKInnEY KY Oood Itlr at reawooable nrtft Sate driveN 4otIt md ilIIJI fur day or III I yea wa work Ceseyad ait lnlHf cusitlisi MeliiHsMjr b the lolon to ditr fCl well arv4 for by single teed slay Week r mootb A share of your pa rtmnge solicited FRITHHOTELT riUKMSM Prcprletor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY ilfl hotel la the sMiiaialas rstw enasUstsJ Psrtm SMM aU tease Mprrtal attssulca te teas 05 a WHITE HOTEL W If CARKtKU MOB CORBIN KENTUCKY CIIM a Ika Dfft PhtsediN diM Sf ip4 HP CI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANKOKO KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Paper Hanging And Painting Pco tAe before you lot your painting wll save you money will furnUli aner nd put It on the wall from tOe up In oilier words I willaell you paper as rlionp us you iltn buy t tn town and hang it sit Sc trbolt I will do painting Jr011Ouon All work Iurontcfd Stanford iC- yRepairingPainting 11111 Prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon lnQr tclnni st Eslrlenced mon to do It ami work gunr n trod ou can hays your old vehicle tnndc new for wry little noury i II OltHKIC fllnfordlt ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured t y J W Adams A Co Paint Lick Kv lii n 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