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II n r t 1 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftL 1 ISSUED EUERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY HT 1 H YEAR t 1VOL XXVUL STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 10 1900 9 A MfN46 HURRAH FOR MR LITTON Somerset Journal To Tcmplo Bodloy ot al Chairman and Members of tho Executive Coraralttco r of tan Republican Party for tho State of Kentucky Replying to your circular letter of iccont data entitled uNo 10 Kentucky Electoral Voto In 1000 Shall It bo Counted I answer YES anti count ed fairly and without tho assembling or mustering of any soldiers at tbo polls or posting any U S marshals there especially without parading any email or largo bodies of armed mon and Catling Rims through the streets of Louisville Somerset or any other largo cities by the governor of the State with no claim of local authority to do Such unlawful acts as wero commit ted by tho party you aro 10 slyly trying to help Into power form the founda Lion that was laid In tho political fanaticism of which YOU speak InI tho sumo foundation ls laid other stones such as gathering Intotho State capital a lot ot feudlsts and toughs toI Intlmldato or murder odleors of thoI Commonwealth In the dlichargo their duty and In defending their civil rights by process of constitutional law In your structure are other stones such ns tho assassination of a State sena tor dispersing by force of arms u lawful legislative assembly and driving thorn through the streets of the Capital City at tbo point of tha bayonet and stationing roped guards at the doors of ixiblla buildings to prevent civil olfloers from detecting nod ar resting the murderers placing guard and Galling guns to protect the acces sories before mho fact making Impos sible becanM unsafe for the appellate court ton Atlinblo In it i appointed place Vc there Is a cornerstone to your structure made uIof sueh nets as IIsuing pardons to men aroused of crime against the Commonwealth and aiding In their Moopt I do not wean to toy that you geotlemea did say of tiieso awful things utfutswt Civil Liberty and civil law but that your party lead ore did With what grace can you ory out In holy horror gainst tbo party wliloh lias stood bravely by the law neil noted within tbe law to preserve the pease of the State and prereit bloodshed la favor of a party with such ft record Yes geotlemeo am with IN up holding the dignity and nanetltj of the law but eat by UMTUM of bavoeeu ned to the everlasting dlvsrrace nod shame of our proud old SUM Very truly U 0 LirrON- Somertet Ky July SS 1000 A Repentant Prodigal Im a repentant prodigal sad wait to come back Ive led on husk long enough I alnt looking for any veal pits Hath Is good enouplTfor me I used to be a democrat lInn a democrat still I voted for MoKldlo- yJiut to tea how mean a rep tuft I saw I thought I knew more than the demo crallo party My heat stint as big as It was In 1500 Rut I know a whole lot mob I thought I woe voting to eavo tho country That ruin would oomo with Bryan That more money would moan financial ruin That all democrats but ma had become rascals That McKinley should wear a halo Well wo elected MoKlnloy and wo got Hannu and Algcr and Gage om balmed beef and transport horor Santiago fever and Shatter sons of somebody and murderers of soldiers a Dlngly tartly and snare trusts than the country overheard ot t muzzled president a belated and useless currency bill u lau breaking cabinet oillccr anexn Lion of leprous Islands and a bil lion dollar war I aint saying a word- I dont caro a shout In the future what you say t Im coming back- I am bacK 4 A MINISTERS GOOD WORK I had a levers attack of blllouH colic got a bottle Cliambcrlnlns Colic Cholera and Diarrljoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured gays Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor sense tho street was sick for over a week and two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor Ho used them or three or four days without relief then called In another doctor who treated bins for sumo days and gave him no relief so discharg ed him l cent ooer to see him noxl morning He said his bowels wore In a terrible fix tLat they had been running off eo long that it was almost bloody flux I asked him If ho had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nail ho wild No I wer t homo and brought him my bottle amid gave him rate dose told him to take another dose In fifteen or twenty minutes if ho did not find relief but ho took nit moro and was entirely cured I think it tlw best raedl cine I have ever tried For sale Craig Hooker Druggists Colored Fair Dttovlllo Aug 2031 t round trip rates In effect on days of tho fair via tho Queen Crescent Route all points between Georgetown and Somerset t WAYNESBURGI IMls Lutlo Johnson has been tick for a but Is better Mrs Mi U Itoynolds Is recovering from a bad attack of typhoid lover Mice Eva Gooch spent a few days with friends on Duck Creek last week The corn crop of this section wll undoubtedly be the largest for many years Hov J D Crouch preached an ox cellent sermon at tho Baptist church Monday night- Augast lo usually a dull season of tho year but such Is not the case hero just now About 40 or CO teams aro hauling either lumber or logs most every day and everybody seems busy Waynes burg Is truly the metropolis of South Lincoln Mr Mack Singleton while working at Connor new saw mill a few days ntfoywau very dangerously hurt A narI row board fell on the edging 8wwhlcbI throw It with great Jorco against his side lIe has been confined to his bedI since but is Improving Mr S II Gooch has been building some to his house which makes his corner of the town look bigger Mr W G Perkins aged 76 are spected citizen of Iulaski Is dead IIo had been III for several years and bis power to bear in many aWlctlons wasI ramarkable Ho was n veteran of theI Moxlcnn war and served under Oon Taylor In tbo noted battle of Buena Vista lIe was a Christian of time blrhI est type and many friends besides his relatives will mourn bU death Ho was burled near his home- Commissioner of Agriculture I B Nan sends us the following crop report Corn noroage condition 05 wheat yield compared with last year 105 eon siderable damaged grain about 38 percent of crop sold Aug let oata yield 103 barley condition 100 the crop In this State diminishing rvo condition liS Irish potatoes acreage 102 oondl turn lid toijuooo turning oty batter In burley district than expected consider able damage by rain la dark district Acreage 07 condition St Xtfw being topped and will be a pool deal wit bVI AUK 10th Per clot reporting 00 bur Icy 01 dark pastures 01 meadows 85 olovere ed oomparedwlih met year 83 blue rruse eeed compared with last year 9011 re stock WI fruit applet 45 peacasr tel Para 86 grape M Coo Mdemble complaint of fraped rotting which has reduced the prospect from sew If you have a baby IB the bourse you will with to know the beet way to cheek auyunueoalloalenegof ttte bowels or diarrhoea se common lit snout children Q V M IIoMiUy of Denting hut who has MI eleven months old elddlgays Through the mantle ft June our iitby was teething nnd leek a running ofl of the Itowolg end ileknufcS of the stoma colt ills bowels would move from five to eight time a day I lied a bettlu of Chamberlains chic Cholfia ROIl DIar thorn Remedy In the hoiuo and gave him four drullsln a teaspoonful of water and begot butler at tract 1or sale by Cralii locker Druggist Low rates West Railroad bargain days via too Motion some Tickets will be sold by the Motion route Irum Lou isville Ky to points In Arizona Urlt IshfColumbla Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska Now Mexico Not th Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at one firstclass faro plus 99 for the roundtrip on Juno 10th July toIi Aug 721 Sopt 4 18 Oct 2 JO Nov 0 20 and Doc 4 in limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour ists will bo furnished with schedules and further information by addressing B U Bacon District Passenger Agent Motion Route Louisville Ky Angry over his Inability to live as ho wished on tho sum allowed by his father Joseph Rablner a consumptive at Rockaway Beach N Y shot and Instantly killed Isaac Stein his broth erinlaw badly wounded his father Jacob Kablnor and then tnrned tbo weapon upon himself with what is be Moved to bo fatal offnct A NIGHT OF TERROR Awlul anilely wu felt for the wMotr of the liravo lencral llurnliam of Machlai Me when the dodon tahhhe could not till morning wrItw Mri 811 Unrein who attemltxl lirr that fearful ulghtAll thought she niiiit noon die from rneutnenla lm the b ggrt lor 1r Klnlla sew Dlworrry Mylny U but more than onco ravel her life and her of Coniinniillon fluhire small acshedeplullyallnight and lit further ucmupletelycuret marvel ou medicine U to cure all Thioat Claret and Lung tseaaes lily sec and Trial bustles free at jenny drug store Low rates to Louisville via Queen ft Crescent Prom all points in Kentucky during tho fair one fair for round trip will bo inadu account the two greatcol orud fairs ut Louisville Aug 14 Sand Aug 21 to 25 It Is a good chanco to visit the largest city in tho Stato and two of the best colored fairs in the South THAT THROBBIHa HEADACHE lure you If you wed Dr SIng Wou1ol1ulrkl Tliouiaads nl iiillereri have til their tuatchlnt merit fur Hick and Nervous Headachn They make hlowl and strong nerves and buds uI10ur health Easy to lake Try them Only II cents Money back II not cured Bold by 1onny DnijgUt rCharleil F Slado died In Chuctanooga Ho was borh In Lexington and was one of the body guards of Pres Idont Lincoln in 1304 and 1SU5 up to the time of Lincolns assassination f Eighteen babies died from heat in Milwaukee Wednesday Lr N McKINNEY Rev George Green tilled hie pulpit hero Sunday Tho McKinney Canning Co made Its first run Wednesday and after Monday will run regularly throughout the season Misses May Walker and Nancy Glv one left Saturday for u visit to friend at Perryvlllo Mrs Vienna Davidson and chlldrcn aro with their grand par ents hero Misses Molllo Coffey and Rosa hays returned Saturday from tbo Wllmoro camp meeting Lewis Sin gleton spool Saturday aud Sunday hero Everett Carson who has been qulto tit with typhoid fover Ic conva lucent Miss Zula Singleton ono of Somerset prettiest glris and Messrs lack and Huguely Elkln of Durgln are the guests of Misses Florence and Corlnno Davidson Miss Nannlo New ell of Oronston is visiting Mrs S M Owens W It Gooch Is at Minton vlllo on business Miss Lena Owens of Junction City is with her sister bore Mrs E J Tanner Miss Llzzlo Jones of Lexington Is the guest of Miss Florence Tanner Miss Minnie Moffett of Georgetown Is with Miss Eugenia Ware Mrs Joe Walker of Washington City with her slater Miss Helen Dlbb aro visiting friends and relatives here Rev George Groan and wire Rev W U Davidson O S Mobloy D S McKinney and Mrs Jno Goode left today for Hubanks to attend the Southern Kentucky Association of Baptists Q C R R Elk Fair ana Horse Show Lexington Low rate from all points in Kentucky via the Queen ft Crescent route Ask agent for full particulars or roe small billsLow rates from points In Kentucky via tbe Quoen C Crescent Route and connecting lines Aug 21st to points in Colorado Utah and Dakota Good un ill October 31et to return Ask ticket agents for particular W U Rlnoar soo O P A Cincinnati O A big day In Georgetown Special exourstun train Queen A Crescent route General Awuolatlon of Colored Daptlete of Kentuaky at Georgetown Sunday Aug 10th Wttnaea tbe grand okuioe day exercises Dont foal to go Only II 25 for nruad trip from Junction City See small bills for particulars B J Walking manager Somerset W C Rfnearsoc 0 P A Cincinnati Ellis street fair horse show and carnival LexlagtOB Aug 1318 One tarts for the roundtrip from all Queen A Cre 2eot polntain Kentucky and from Cincinnati each day of the fair These tickets are good to return until Aug SOUi Do not fall to go Ask ticket agent for particulars Patton of iho horse show and carnival of 1000 will b introduced to a most gorgeous and ex tensive array of amusement features Within an enclosure will bo aggregated no loss than lb separate and distinct shows which will conspire to furnish every form of wholesome entertain ment known to man A hundred differ ent features with the thousands upon thousands of varied effects will make it tho Mecca for both young and old Many of those features have already been secured with contracts for others are dally being negotiated and will be announced through all papers bill boards and other advertising mediums Among the features already contracted for aro the performing horses ole phants camels trained dogs donkeys menagerie of wild boasts and Japanese theatre TEN DnLLAitfv Mluhlirnu and return A jfllirhiful trip via steamer Manitou II Piii Wmlniscrluy August Ifilb the Motion Route will sell tickets from Louisville via Chicago and S S Manitou the finest boat on Lake Mich Igan to Mackinac Petojkey Bay View Wcquotonsing and sister resorts at tbo remarkably low rato of tlO for tho round trip Tickets will bo good returning 1C days Booklogsehould be made at onco as tbo party will be him ited to accommodations assigned Par ticulars of E U Bacon D P A Lou isville Because of the declaration of n per caplla of 270 by tho republican su perintendent of public Instruction last year there Is a deficit In the school fund of 133000 Upon the advice of Attorney Gen Brcaklnrldgc the defi oil will not be paid by Supt McCbcs ney out of tho fund of 1000 Tho attor ney general suggests that the deficit will have to be mado good by an act of tbu general assembly Of tho amount 0238401 Is duo tbo schools of Louis vlllo This years per capita has been fixed at 945- Another Excursion to Point Corn fort Va On Tuesday Ull 14th The Chesapeake Ohio Railway will run mother excursion to Old Point Com fort leaving Lexington by special train at 4 oclock I M reaching Old Point early tbo next afternoon In time for a dip In the sea Tickets will ba sold for 113 for roundtrip from Lexington Winchester and M j Sterling gpod re turning 12 days from date ot sale Send In your name for sleeper reservation Geo W Barney Dlv Pass Agt Lex- Ington Ky A baby at Muncie lad drank fly poison and died rYaare IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W C Davis a prominent railroad man of Corbin Is dead of stomach troubleJ Grubbs has been appointed postmaster at Klddtt Store vice W M Myers resigned Mrs G Wallace Embry an aunt of Mrs A H Severance of this place Is dead In Loulsvlllo A now postofllco has been establish ed at Wharton Pcrrycounty William Creech postmaster Mrs Suo McIIargue of London wants tho republican nomination for school superintendent The trustees of Junction City ex empted tho Curry Grocery Co from taxation on Its proposed building for fivo years Newt DIzncy was struck by a pied of lumber while loading a car for J R Bailey at Baileys Switch Knox coun ty and Instantly killed Judge 0 G Kelley of the Marlon county court appointed John P Lyon of Loretto to succeed Jailer Clark who died a few days ago While on route to Hustonville B G Fox of Danville saw a mad dog at Knob Lick bridge Ho drovo back to- P C Sandldgcs and with that gentloraap returned and killed tho animal not however before bo had bit ten two cows and a horse belonging to Mr Robbins who lives In that vicinity The Register and Pantagraph have swapped editors Mr Peyton F Adams Jr of tbo Pantagrapb becoming local editor of the Register while Mr Ben Stone of time latter becomes odltorln chlof of the Pantagrapn Both are ac complished journalists and will whoop things up In great style Meanwhile the Climax pegs along with the boat advertising patronage and the second largest list of subscribers In tbo 8th Congressional district yielding the palm only to the Stanford JOURNAL Richmond Climax LAST KXCUKBION TO ATLANTIC CITY On Thursday Aug lOtR the Chesa peake Ohio will run lie annual ox cursion to Atlantic City and Capo May TlokoU wilt be sold for both morning and evening trains for SI4 for round- trip from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling good returning until AttIC 27ib Through sleepers for Atlantic City will leave Lexington on tbe F F V Limited at 11 A M reaching Allan tie City next afternoon Sleepers to Washington only on night train At luntlo City is the most popular soa si4e resort and a vlsli there is never to be forgotton Send In your names for sleeping car rasurvallon or any infor mation you desire George W Barney Dlv Pass Agt Lexington Ky Mamma does monoy make tbe manIm sorry to say it docs sometimes Tommy Money will make a man go anywhere wont It h I suppose ioU it was down in Cuba would money slake a man go to raising mangoes Dont bother mo Do monkeys eat mangoegmatcma presume so I wish you wouldnt talk so much Then If money makes the man goto raising mangoes anti monkeys caiman roes dont the monkeys make the man go go Whack Whack Ouch a Three grand midsummer excursions Niagara Falls Thousand Islands and Toronto all in ono via the Queen Crescent routs Aug 2d Otb 10th only 81005 Niagara and return from Junc ion City Through trains day coaches and Pullman sleepers Cincinnati to Niagara Aug 2d via Big 41 Aug Oth via C H it D Ry Aug lath via Erie Lines Tickets good 12 days tb return See small bills or ask agents for furtb er particulars Tbo little Grand Duchess Olga of Russia may said to be tho Richest baby In tbo world The week she was born 5000000 was settled on her and il Is said that this huge sum was safely Invested In British and French secur ties For In a country like Russia no ono knows what may happen to mem bers of the reigning house What most people want is something mild and fcentle when in need of a phys ic OlmmbRrlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets flll the bin to a dot They are easy to tnko aud pleasant in effect For sale by Craig A Mocker Druggists At the Cleveland meeting 24 heats yore trotted and paced from 210 to 202 Sixtyfour were in 215 and bet ter and the slowest heat of the meet rig was 210 two heats having been gone In that time A lamo shoulder is vusunlly caused by rheumatism of thp muscles and may bo cured by n few applications of lumber Iains laln Halm For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists At Owcnsboro m1V Crow shot Richard Shadwick and Fred SII bcrclson boys whom bo found In his melon patch Shadwlck will probably die chw- illMoney Is that which any ihlng but happiness and carry you any whore but to heaven S POLITICAL Capt Sam M Boone who Is visiting In Danville says that Texas will glvo Bryan 300000 majority Jack D Barbour formerly sheriff of Jefferson county Is a candidate for Congress In the Fifth district Raymond L DolUngs a newspaper man of Covlnglon was appointed a col onel un Gov Beckbams stall Mr Bryan characterizes Mr Townos declination of the populist nomination for vice president as manly and patriotic ExGov Wm J Stone of Missouri will have charge of the democratic campaign In New York State for tho National ticket County Judge James P Gregory has shied his castor Into tbo race for the democratic nomination for Congress in the Fifth district John W Yerkes will open his campaign Sept 3 In either the Southern or Western part of the State Ho will mako two speeches in each district A dispatch from Middlcboro says that Bryan will get all but ono of the 15 votes Palmer and IJuckner got therein 1800 Brown received 51 votes in Harlan county last year and Beckbam will get every one of thorn Tho resignation of Dr Mansfield the second assistant physician at tbo East ern Insane Asylum Lexington was received by Gov Beckbnm andaccepted Tho governor ai once Oiled the place ly tbo appolntmeut of Dr R H Alex ander of Henry county Coy Beckbam has begun the prnpit ration of his proclamation calling ah extra session of the Legislature It will bo Issued today or Saturday and tbe Legislature will be called to meet the last week in August The call may in clude a rccommendrlion for the pas sage of the Chlnn School Book Dill Charles A Towno has written a lot ter to Chairman RIngdahl and the members of the populist committee or notification declining the nomination for vice president tendered him by the populist National conyentlon at Sioux Falls Ho says be was fairly beaten at Kansis City and will support the dem ourallc ticket and platform In iho special legislative elections the democrats elected J J Watkins In tbe Hon ononUnlon senatorial die trict S W Toln in tho Gallattn Boone Owen senatorial district nod Lewis Nuckols In tbe Woodford county representative district Tbe republi lane elected William H Dyer In the Campbell county senatorial district John GAVoolley and Henry B Mou calf respectively the candidate for president and vice president on the prohibition ticket hill travel across tho United States and back on a probl bition train If It can bo so arranged the conductors engineers and trainmen who will have charge of the train will all bo problblllonlsts and if not prohibitionists nondrinkers After W S Taylors silly speech at Island Park Ind Congressman J E Watson made this grand olfort We have just hada speech from the gov ernor of Kentucky The man who holds that office today is a thief Hess a highwayman like unto the man wbo would sandbag his victim and rob him of his goods The one great mark of dlsilnclloo and honor In tho adminis ration of James A Mount is his refus ing to give up this splendid man who has just spoken to a set of ghouls and political desperadoes Thirty thousand people crowded Into Military Park Indianapolis to witness the ceremonies attending tbo formal notification of Bryan and Sleveneoo of their nomination at Kansas City May or Taggart opened the exercises with a short address Addressing Mr Bryan bo said In p1rtlilt may not bo out of place to remind you that you are In the homo city of Thomas A Hcndrlcks Joseph E McDonald and Isaac P Gray mod the State of Voorhecs Holmun Kerr Nlblaek and Matthews all of whom wore great leaders of the great democracy You lire In tho city and State whoso democracy is alert active and prepared to do Its full part in wining a victory this year which will make William Jennings Bryan presi dent of these United States The s0V mocracy of Indiana and their faithful tubes are intensely in earnest this year They reverence the flag but boy also believe in and reverence the constitution and tbo principles ot the Declaration of Independence They believe that the present administration loaded down with trsts syndicates financial and commercial monopolies and standing fpr and advocating a poll- y which Is regardless of the uonstllu ion and the traditions of tho fathers Is a menace to the peace and prosperity of iho country The speech of Mr Bryan which every man regardless of politics should rea Is said to have beep tho effort of hoe llfp Although It contains 8600 wprds there aro no surplus ones and It Is good enough reading for a king That Mr Bryan is a great man no ono will gainsay and oven a partisan republican will admit that as an orator and writer ho has tow rivals A FmCiHTFU BLUlDER Vlll often causo a horrible Hum Scald Cut or BruUe PuckleiTi Arnica tialfe the l n In the world will kill the pain and promptly heal U Cures Did Sores Fever Sore Ulcer Keloru Corns all Skin Eruptions neat IHle cure on earth Only XI eenltll box Cure guaranteed Sold hy 1enny DniKxUt Kato and Llzzlo Taylor coloredwero drowned while fishing at Frankfort =t State College of kentucky thefolowingScbooJClIIHSlcalofwhich extends over four years and lends to a degree Post graduate courses ofstudy BrA also provided loading each to masters degree Each course of study Is organized under a separate faculty Tho general faculty umbers more than 30 pro anlightsTbo laboratories and museums are largo welt equipped comprehensive modern The last Legislature appropriated f30 000 for a college home for young women anti menMllitatry for and required by Congress atliberalto supply Last year limn matriculation list was 563 lrofJAMES K PATTERSON Ph D L L D President AgentFall r Fair WeekBARGAINS 20 Per Cent Discount on Fancy Suits Straw lists and Tan Shoe at Cost Everything to keep you cool and comfortable at prices so Cheap you cant afford to pass them igyCome In on your way to the Fair IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLLOBD Your money back if youro not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville SfleceMora to J L Frohman Co If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines u Trusses I = = Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reasonable z Craig locker Stanford Yimo emlm A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect s tisfactiopas to work manship and as attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash j Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed j Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered e M rltree litltl yptob Clothing And Nats At Close To Close Out i Now Is Your ChancetIt v To Get Brains In The Above Lines Geo NI Farris Co I r LYRE INTERIOR JOURNAL r i STANFORD KY Are 10 Ic00 W P WALTON JDEMOCRFITIC TICKET For Preiident WILLIAM JEXNIXOS BRYAN OJ Xcbratta for lice Presfdenl- ADLAI E OXEr 0IUinoi8 For GoreNlqr j c ir BEOKmurO- JXtlMtl For Congress GEORGE G GILBERT Of Sldby- ASLOSHING AROUND I Is the Editor ona Summers Tour WASHINGTON D 0 AUK 7When- II leCt Stanford I hardly expected that the National Capital would be one of my objective polnfp but belnjr so near and the fare mioil I could not resist the opportunitY to again visit this beautiful city of magnificent distances Sixteen j and Often more passenger trains pass Ashland my sisters home dally mak log a trip to Washington a very easy f affair as the run Is made In a little over two hours though the distance Is about t tho same as from Stanford to Louis villo 0Our route from Richmond to Wash Ifngwn was over the Richmond Freder I icksburg tL Potomac which passes t through a country every foot of which is historic from the breastworks at the Confederate Capital many of which yet remains to Its end Many of the I severest battles of the civil war were fought along Its line and thousands of the brave men on both sides now sleep their last sleep after fighting their last battle or proximity to It The Federal cemetery at Fredericksburg Is one of the largest In the country and Is splen didly kept at the expense of the goy crnment Tho Confederate burying ground Is also well kept but with funds raised by tho noble women many of j whose husbands and brothers lie be Chancellorsvilleleaa are nearby and each contributed thousands by the battles fought at them to the respective cities of the dead As Washington looms up In the distance the famous Arlington Cemetery also appears to the South This property originally belonged to the Lees but It was confiscated I believe because of their adherence to the Southern cause and converted Into a National cemetery where the many mounds over soldiers of former wars were largely augmented by those kill eatingII Spain on pretense of liberating Its op pressed subjects but really for con quest and to further oppress the inhabitants by rapine and robbery Cuba Is not much freer today than when she fiwas subject to Spain and wont be till Lfj Bryan Is elected the imperialistic pol f dethroned and governmental prom FIfees kept Inviolate A mostdistroeslaq ought Is prt vailing In Virginia and has been for it more than a month I have traversed i the State from West to East and much of it from South to North and the parched and dried up fields attest how fearfully the hot and dry spell has done its work The wheat croo was not a llftrgo ono and now the failure of the earn crop Is sure to cause much sufferr Ingaraong the poorer whites and count onisix Inches high and none of It that Ii have seen except perhaps along the river bottoms will make as much as a barrel an acre The gooper pea crop jt too is shortened and the prospect Is as Unflattering as present conditions are junpleaaant o j This Is not a good time by any means f to visit the nations Capital The heat onIcan get away has gone to a cooler spot and we are reduced In our social calls- i to President McKlniey and people of that class The city looks almost like It did when we saw It last except that Jhe magnificent library building has i r ibeon bullion grounds adjoining those of the Capitol It was begun In 1888 completed In 1897 at a cost in jfand the site of over seven millions countrys good raopey It is aII fmOilt past description In Its magolfi penItTbo 0S National Museum is always a nowYii relics and trophies of the war with r ISpaln Many cannon from the decrep f Hold fleet that Dewey demolished in Manila bay are on exhibition together II with the admiral collections of swords l and other gifts that an admiring peo pie have given him The sword given him by Congress the watch made from metals taken from the Maine and tho other bejeweled watches bowls c fill a cablnpt that draws an endless crowd around It that admires and wonders bow one man could bo so forted mate as to have so many things upon him Portions of the wreck 01 tbejMalne Including the broken plloi wheel also attract muoh attention peo i c pie passing the cabinets devoted to the I relics of Washington Grant and Lin coin to look at them 0-We stopped at the Ebbltt House but- I will never do Itugaln It seems only to be open because it Is cheaper to run than to clpso The service Is poor and the accommodations nothing to brag of while the charges amount to highway robbery Our Kentucky Mends wll find It a most excellent hotelto avoid In fact Washington Is a good place to stay away from unless you have a pock et full of rocks Everything Is high here and the idea seems to prevail that one oughtnt to come hero unless he has the wherewithal to pay double tribute for everything Two days stay has thoroughly convinced me that a poor man blunt any business here so I leave In a few minutes for RichmondW redMR BRYAN was the notification committee at Indianapolis on Wednesday that he had been nomina ted for the presidency and accepted In a speech of 8500 words This number seems large at first blush but when It U remembered that he had to arraign the present administration for Its short comings It Is apparent that his ablllt for condensing Is marvelous We want the man who killed Gov Goebel punished say the republicans and many eo called democrats but they never lose an opportunity to sing the old song about the 8100000 reward fund and ridicule thoutal of Powers Truth of the business is a majority of these have wanted Gov Goebel killed for long time and they are glad that the job has boon completed IN nominating an Internal revenue collector for governor the republicans overlooked an Important fact A very large per cent of their following In their Eastern Kentucky etronghol will never support a man who is or has ever been In a position to interfere with the manufacture of moonshine A LOUISVILLE mans wife has obtain ed an injunction against his exwife to prevent her from levying on property which she claims as her own In Balls factIon of alimony It is encouraging to see the women resorting to govern ment by injunction instead of the broomstick THE first speech for the defense In the assassination trial appears on the editorial page of Wednesdays Lexington Herald Counsel should have watt ed until the evidence was all la and the jury Instructed A FRIEND of the late P Watt Bar tin tells the Owensboro Inquirer that the Mercer county man will take the stump for Bryan and Stevenson but will vote for Yerkes Poor old Watt ITALYS new King bad hardly warm ed his scat before there was an attempt to assassinate him If this thing keeps on there will soon be no Klnga left In the deck IT is said that there will be 10 speeches in the Powers case We object on constitutional grounds It will be cruel and excessive punishment to the jury TilE Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat U such a red hot democratic paper that It prints the State and National ticket oo two of Its four pages IP there should be a call for more troops for the Boxer war why not send the whole of Kentuckys civil liberty army FRANKLIN and Campbell dopt seem to be using the same quill in preparing statements about their case THE POWERS TRIAL The following U the more important of the testimony In the trial of Caleb Powers since our Tuesdays issuer W J Lewie was leaving the Capitol grounds and met Goebel Cblnn and Lillard Told of shooting and said Chum drew revolver It was 25 minutes before the militia arrived George L Barnes auditors clerk hoard the shot and went out smelled smoke at west door but saw no one Goebel had reached hotel before sol diers came John B Hearst postmaster at Ear Ian was with civil liberty army on trips on Jan 20 and 25 They were av erage mountain men Powers said bring good Inen Denied that ho saw Noaks Jan 25 which la a material contradiction Admitted he had been charged with forgery Senator George Alexander of Louisville was in Taylors room Last four not as distinct as first shot He and Taylor rushed to the window but siw nothing Taylor then went to reception room Rough looking men were In Taylor olllco John Perkins colored porter was in assistant adjutant generals olllco when the shot was fired Tallow Dick Combs Hockersmlth and others wore also there Neither Combs nor llocker smith shot Carried order calling out militia Capt Walcott and U O Roy nolis said Culton told them he bad contract signed by Attorneys Campbell and Franklin not to prosecute him on ac count of his telling and that he was to get to much for every man convicted Culton denied It Dr Prewltt said Golden had told him Powers was Innocent Also uld Pow ers was Jan 25 Witness in assistant adjutant generals otllce when shot was fired TUllow Dick Combs didnt come In there with gun after shooting j Witness helped civil liberty army to maneuvre E U Fordvcc Bowihn4Green was rj telegraphed vllle by Long to go to Louis r vG1 W Long sent the telegrams IG to Louisville crith Powers on 30 Corroborates Powers as to tripMrs J B Matthews heard Culton tell her husband he was busy at tlmo of conference about mountaineers and knew nothing of it W H Lilly legislator contradicted the statement of Wade Watts that u man had said to him If Van Meter con test was decided for democrats aslgna would be given and democrats killed A V Bite R R agent told of Pow era arranging transportation for mountaineers James Sparks at Powers request selected good men to go to Frankfort Sparks has beat Indicted a number of times once for murder The papers say bo Is a Lincoln county attorney Where does bo keep himself- E B Coalman a New Albany cngl racer had made a chart of capitol grounds and explained it to the jury the object being to show that a shut from Powers window to hackberry tree couldnt have struck Goobol HU effort was a failure Edward Mentz of Glasgow Junction was telegraphed by Long Jan 30 to come to Louisville This corroborates Powers Milt Trosper a civil llbcrtyite of Knox county was In cloak room when shot was fired and saw smoke coming from window In the 3rd story of execu live building Afterwards went up there and saw two boxes piled up h window higher than sill Could see where Goebel fell from there but couldnt see backbcrry tree Witness made a bad oat on cross examination- J C Owens of Clark said Golden told him day after confession was pub llshcd that Powers was Innocent asa dead man or unborn child Gov Brown got so badly mixed on Surveyor Coolmans fractions and ang les he had to go on the stand again Thursday to straighten him out Like must experts Coolman mode a good witness for toth sides Prof J J Rucker Georgetown as stated Coolman In survey and testified as he did Moat of yesterday afternoon was de voted to an unsuccessful attempt at Im poaching Culton ana Sinclair Bill Owens was fined another 810 for sasalng the judge The defense ex pects to close toaay Rebuttal will oo copy a day and speaking will begin Powers under indictment for complicity In the Goebel assassination Is said to have opened a law otllce at Harlan NEWS NOTES The mercury went 97 In Louisville WednesdayOver horses fell from heat In Chicago Wednesday- H C Eversole of London has an nounced his candidacy for circuit judge Mrs Carrie N Walker supreme commander of Ladles of Maccabes 1s dead at Detroit Thieves got into James Crowleys house In Whltloy the other night and stole 4000 in cash In a tight in Fulton count J E Eskridge was killed and a man named Redmond teas fatally wounded Miners at Pittsburg went on a strike because one of their number was die charged for burning fence rails A 13yearold boy named Reed killed his cousin Matthew Reed at Gate City Va Whisky was the cause County Clerk Chinns friends at Lex ington are trying to raise money by subscription to pay his shortage Willie Fraley six years old living near Morebead coughed upland spat out a lizard six or seven inches long At Churubusco Ind Sol Bear rose from what was supposed to be his death bed and killed his son Isaac The allies have captured Yang Teun the objective point of the movement against the at Pelt anl It Is an Important strategic position Chairman of the republican campaign committee has addressed a letter to Gov McCreary the democratic chairman asking for joint debates- R A Mitchell of Mt Sterling has filed bull against the Lexington Lodge of Klks for 5000 damages charging false arrest last summer at the fair All the Bessemer Iron blast furnaces in tbo country with the exception of two will go out of blast on September About 8000 men will be affected At Sweetwater Tenn Dr C L Tucker shot Walter Ramsey to death because ho took advantage of the for mers 10 old daughter and boasted laboutlLIA cipher cablegram received In Lon don from Minister ManDoonld from Pekin indicates that the foreign minis tors were alive five days ago but in dlro straits Somuel Peck an old man living just outside the Cincinnati city com mitted suicide because the carrier de dined to further deliver his dally pa per to him State Inspector Hines has been directed to Inspect the office of County Clerk Pasteur of Caldwell and to check up the accounts or the adjutant generals office John Jolly of Newport shot and killed his wife and mortally wounded his eister In law His wife hal left him and on her refusal to come back ho grow desperate e While leaning upon his crutches at the State College Lexington one of them slipped and President Jas Pat terson fell sustaining serious Injuries He Is the oldest college president In the country State Treasurer Hoger has located 12708 belonging to the school fund ol which no record has been kept by the republican ntllclals It represents the dividends on stock of the Hank of Ken tucky owned by the State A shortage that may exceed 15000 has been discovered In the accounts of County Clerk Claude Chinn of Fay etto county Of this 811000 Is duo tbo state and the remainder the county The shortage dates back two years but about 8200 of It has accumulated In the last six months Chinn Isa Brown democrat and has made no report to Auditor Coulter who ordered an in vcs lto lon Chinn claims to have re ported to the former republican dole Jilt why they dill not dlscoer- tbe shortage is not known SALEt and ir 0 Indlnim Shcpp also R lot of South down Ducks J 11 Roach Cooks Springs pottolEco Rowland Ky rail j ar FINE OPTIIAMOUKIIST and COX8UITINO OITI ClAN Will t ln IblsTlclnllyfurarcwdsTs and anyronuthat you dare Irful others and failed to get relief keep you Away He guarantee Immediate relief or makm no charge BrotU Fair Aug 29 30 311 Persons desiring to go the llrodhoiul Fair from Stanford and Lancaster can go in private conveyance as tho Road Has Been Repaired rom Crab Orchard to Drodheid and it is only seven uiiiea TWO FARMS FOR SALE H Tinj decided to nt Too lIon I will Nil Irllrllmr tarn on which I lire 34 of ntue Orcki d Ky Thli farm U One land in 11101 cultivation lV acre ot boUou land that l ana corn and meadow land balance M acre is upland ant well Adapted to rom wheat blue gtt aiil all ether erow brick dwrlltng ofsrootnandcellaraeli of splendid freestone water at the door two good tenement gllwillstock wa er make this the uritdMirablt farm In countyAiwa lOOacrr mile from Crab Orchard Kr on lancatenlreetoppoeiIe the fa mom Crab Orchard All In graw with a large stork barn anti an abundance of water with one ol the Coest building site In the neighbor hood Also a nice cottage In Stanford Ky on Lancas ter street with rood cistern garden Ac attached Poe Inrlhe particulars cill on oradtlrvas H U lIItONAVtlll Crab Orchard Ky Administrators Sale or Boyle Co Farm Lands administrator of th eitateof Jacob Coutt deceuel I will sell to the highest bidder 110 Icoul rvD on the rmu pike between the IbeIr Lebanon pike about six mile from Uantille and three mile from 1arksrllU on U N It It Wednesday Sept 5 1900 ttectnntng at 10 oclock harp the following de ICrl bed property namely Flat a farm of 23 acre belonging to said estate of firstelan bluegrass land well liaprored well watered and In a good neighborhood convenient to achools and churches The residence la a two story frame In good repair and there Is an Ice bouse cistern two barns row house and all other neceisary outbuildings IVnanaloQ cm tw given at once This land hat been gl en the very best habandryiior 20 yean Tra Iou been but little corn raised on It during that time as It Iou for grazing shep and cattle Aleut a hundred ace of It Is virgin tOil la llluegraia The terms on this property will be one fourth cub batanee in equal payments of one twp and thre years six per cent Interest per annum on deferred payments and lien retained to secure the One tract of laid containing stout 10y acre adjoining I rksfllle tkmetery on the north and datable grulog land Third Seventy acres ol Knob land known u the latlmer land adjoining Tarksrllle and also good grazing laud Koirlh A tnctofa2 acres ol land known as the Stirling Vanandall tract one mile south of Iaikstllle At the asme time and Ic we will also sell the hnptemnulIndutllog old sleets four or Sea cow with elites and a num ber of good heifers soon to calve 2 work horses tares suckling mule roll and one Klmble horse colt sheep a large lot of flue bay etc On loaTHURSDAY SEPT 6TH 100 at oclock sharp I will sill the Uoiatt place one mile and a west of llarrodsburg on the llanwllburg and PerrjTille pike Thli pUce contains baut1OJacres with fair menu consisting of two lour room cottage goa- dbarngoolcriheto ralt rlfer runt through be place The sale ot tills farm will be held on the premises Seeding privilege on urn will be given when desired and full powailon Nor 24 TtItMSt fourth cash bilance In equal ments of one Iwo anti Ibrrelun1I per rent In terest annum on We will tbroelaroldeallleof corn shucked on ground Terms on perwnalty made known on day of site W D COZITT Administrator T D iXUUSII Auctioneer Drs Stavin Fs PhillipsO- STEOFATHISTS Will be In Danillle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will tie In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat nrday Office In the IMinlngton IJullding Stanftrd M ice hours to IS u1 0 PM- OSTEOPATHY I Thb Selene originated and deleted by I r A T Still of KIm Mo on the pro t ldaof Anatomy and Ihyslology for he tv udU It require no faith no drug no rubbing nosurelral operations and claims blng super oalral tkteathy views man as a machine of so maay parts is keynote Ii adjuttueht When all lrlAt- oai property adjusted and not overworked health Is the result Stiiue of the dlseasea treated by us Nervous Pruttrallon lleailach Neuralgia Itbeuniallw Luorrfl Weak Eye Granulated IIds Ooltre heart User and IIIDS piseaaes Cenitlpatlon files Gall Enlarged 1iviliale all Stem achand tjoni troubles plseasnof Boni sad Joint iin HurTalure Dislocations Kllirj al PanlpslsInrontlnencaofUrine locomnior Atai Consultation Free PUBLIC SALE OF CASTLE COBB On Wodnosday Aug 29 1900- At 10 oclock wo will sell to the high eat bidder at the residence Castle Oobb farm the lao home of Richard Cobb de ceased 8uld farm containing ABOUT 300 ACRES- Of the finest quality nnd bout watered bluegrass land In Kentucky It U situated on the waters of the Hanging Fork In Lincoln County Kyontlio Stanford k Mllledge vllie four miles from Stanford und Is connected with Danville and nil unr rounding town with turnpike roads H U convenient to Cincinnati Southern and k N Railroad Stations with good social tihd educational advantages and church eonve ilencca The residence U a good frame dwelling of to room und two retie two large barns cribs stock scales Icohouso and all other necessary a splendid ouot orchard In fullbiearing Farm Is well fenced and tho greater portion of It In blue grass for a number of yearn Tbo land will ho in one or two tract according to best bid At the same tlmo und dace will be sold about 23 acre of Knobland and some personalty Itlchard Cobb Jr near Danvlllo Kv or Mr Kenlqy Trlbbla art the premises will bo glad to show anybody tho place may desire to see It Terms made known on of salo Possession for ceilluR will ho given aa soon is practi cable and full possession Jan let 1001 IlIELPS UIUIIAltOCOIIDJU Executors e sou GEO A EUBANKS Ti a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to tho notion of the democratIC party JAMES T JONES Ian candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county parIsWiH LANDGRAFt U n candidate for Aoor of Lincoln count subject to democratic action THALES H WRIGHT Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun Issubject to the action of time democratic party DINK FARMERI- s n candidate for Jailer subject to tho ac lion of the democratic party He solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES Is candidate for Jailor of Lincoln County pllrtyptyrraostNDKIiTAKEIlS MORELAND KENTUCKY- M E rilUlTT rHACTICAt UllDALMKB Splendid Beery In Connection haler treasonable 9TwoS yearold Work Mulea for sale JIWI PARKHILL MIDI HOMEOPATHIC PSYSIOIAN experienceinotters lab services to the public of Stanford and vicinity 8i oflal attention given to Chronic cases ofllco Court lions over Iloazley lire Livery Stable onice hours from I to 3 p THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The moat centrally located and only FJeSJCLASSlIolelln 2 E1ATEJ One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars rasa time door to all puts of The City Everything neat and clean OLD MOCK WHISKY Georgo D Weatherford has a contract for POLL OoxTitot ANn SALE of Old Mock Wbla kr In Uuatoovlllc Kf II O MOCK Danville Ky FOX a 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 IDoN todlildelhe estate of the Ute Mrs promoteeSaturday Sopt 1st 1900 Her firm eeiitalnlng === ACC of cnI bluegrass latwl writ Improved with brlek house fs Teo rootwwe4l spring garden orthanl TaR tsIlslfssbbdanaltl tf mftntbs with Interest 1o onl4egIeeaseason aslerrasareeaw with Oswltsixc II S1NOLBTOV Adwr 34th Annual Encampment CHICAGO ILL AUG 27th To 31st 1900 LoW Excursion Rates VU Tho And Connecting Lines To Chicago Return Through trains day coaches Pyllman SI and free reclining chairs to Clncliniatl make close coon vtion with Tenniylranla Liner lloute C II A I Ry and Monon to Chicago dally Tick eta with liberal return limits See Mall bills or ask psrilcularsW A Clcclnnatl Sweeping Reductions t ON ALL GOODS Lowest prices of Mid Summer Every department in our house sparkles with scores of C I Irresistible Bargains F Ills bard to specialize Hems which most deserve publicity when so many aro equally worthy we mention a few artIcles in each deportment and proiulic you the entire stock is Proportionately Low Domestics Another case of Percales just rrcolvcili lOc quality go for Vo have thrown out a lot of 12o Per cales to close at 8J and 7Jc Those are not hard stock but the best bright now patterns We Still have some good pattern in Calico that we will allow each customer 10 yards for 35c Check Shirting Cotton Cokor Iir mlljo 30 Inch Drown Sheeting 5c 50 Inch red Table Linen only 16c- Inch red and blue checked Table Linen fast colons 25o Shoe Bargains 1 lot Ladles Dongoa latent Tip II 60 shoes will be sold this week for C9c Lot Ladles all leather flexible solo Oxfords In Sand 31 for 40c they are worth 5160 3 aOl131 only Lot of Mens Globe toe Congress thocM worth 1 will go for 1125 Furnishings Notions Mens Silk Bosom Shirts worth II will RO again this week at 50c Louisville Store Mens Nefillgco Shirts 50c quality will bo sold 3 for Il Mans lOc hemstitched linen handker chiefs only Cc Ono line ot 20o Those In tan or black to be closed al lOc Ono lot of Nons Suspenders wire buckles web ends cheap at t0c will be closed at Do Ladles Iopsthch How worth 20c go in this weeks dale for IOc Summer ConeU 23c Choice of any 60c waist In the house 39c A few of the big bargains in Linen Skirts loft only 48c A line of white braided bluo duck Skirts left to close for 73- CClothing t Another crash In Crash Suits We will tell thorn M low M II this weeks Hoys Wash PnnU lOc Mens Linen Coats CDc On our regular clothing stork we will cut them In halt All6erKH Cawtinvei Tweeds and Scotches will go at Price unheard of before SHLINGER BROS PRORS T D RANEY UGH r CLEANUP I SALE 1 Qq Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers fjfyou wnt Bargains see our BARGAIN COUNTKIt w a E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky v W Be WI1O1BETS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost ovary kind Beautiful live of Stationery Blank hooks of every description Ofllco Long Distance Telep- hultoikie ntJGIpate The Want of Our Trade and Olin Furnish Any Thing In Clothing Furnishings Ana Shoes At The Lowest Prices Our styles are never stale but always up to tho Very Minutet See Our Stock and bo Convinced Cummins McClary THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY AUG 10 IQOO E C WALTON BUSINESS MANAQEII TUB best materials combined with taro skill and accuraoy Insure good relu tl No other methods arc over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Storu i PERSONALSft J II BUSH has malarial over MRS C C WITIIEIIB la quito sick ClIAltus E Ccx went to Loulsvlllo yesterday i Allis M B EUHANK3 has buen for tome time Pilot M O WJNFKRY Is at homo hero for a few days LITTU J T son of Mr and Mrs J T Embry Is very pick MitjSiLAS ANDEUSON Is convales cent from a severe spell KELLKY UOONK of Somerset was the guest of C II Owens J T JoNes wont to Mt Vernon yes tcrday to do lotno tinning Miss FLORA HAIXOV Is back from a eojtfurn at Dripping Springs MRS Dit C A COX Is back from a visit to relatives at Columbia RoiiEHT COFKKY Is studying phar macy In Craig Si Hookers store Miss STELLA MCCLAUY is confined to her room with catarrhal pneumonia Miss SADIE KIRICI ATRICK of Lex ington was with Mrs Emily Putter son Miss PEA iu GENTIIY Is visiting rel atives In Danville and attending the fair MARY ELIZAIIETU tbo little daugh ter of Mr and Mrs W1 Bright Is sick MR W T TUCKER wont to Danville TuoMlay t o as to bs there In time for the fair REV AND MRS S M LOGAN of Mid dlonboro are guests at Judge M C Saufloys Miss MAGGiE LAWRENCE of the Gilbert Creek section Is III with ap pendicitis Miss FANNIE DOTY and Alex Doty Jr of Garrard were guests of Mrs J W Franjls Miss CLARA COOPER Is visiting Mle Bertha Hofmann at Crab Orch ard Springs MU8 E B JONES and son Lewis R Jones of Plnevlllo are with friends and relatives here MR n D GREGORY of Covlngton has joined his wife and children at Judge J P Baileys MR W P WALTON and family are registered at tho Ebbttt Washington DIs Courier Journal REV J B CROUCH attended the t Baptist Association at Eubanks and says It was a good one lit AND MRS W F BUTCHER of Lexington are with her parents Mr and Mr J W Adam MR MARK MARTIN of Onto Is hero to see his brother Mr William Martin who continues very low Miss ADAM KELLEY and Mr Sarah Settles aro visiting relative la Lincoln county London Kentuckian Miss LUCY M ALCORN of Huston yule was registered at the Wlllard Hotel Louisville Wednesday W R KINO and wife aud MUs Ida Mot of Plnovllle are guests at lion B B King In the West End Dit J AL FINE apromlnontoptlclan of Baltimore Is at the StAsapb llo tel Read his card In another column MRS GEDROK B WEAREN and ty little daughter Josephine of Padu1 cab are guests of Mrs B Wcuran- MISSIS LUCY AND KATIE PARK of Kancus City aro visiting the families of Judge J W Alcorn and W II Illg gins MR AND MRS JAMHS GRISSOM of Adair came up yesterday to visit nor parents Mr and Mrs J 0 Ilorton In the East I nd- MISIlIA ANNK AND 55OH ELLIS urn viitltlng Mfss Ariadne Wright at Hus tonvlllp Allis Sudle Ellis was also her guest for a few days MISSES MAitASD SUSHI SAUN DKits and little brother Miller wont up to Jolllco ye vordav to spend a week with Walter Saunderu Miss ANNA COOK charmingly entertained tho members ot tho Tennis Club lust sight Refreshments were served and everybody had a good time C L OAWES wont to Louisville this morning to meet his brother William Dawos who has been at Roswell N M for his health which has not been benefited JULIUS NEGRO and wife leavo today for Tacoma Washington to live Ar Negro Is a good citizen and for years wade U C Rupley the tailor an clll clent assistant WEDNESDAYS Louisville Times contains a good picture and writeup of Editor J A Phillips of the Wayno County Record who recently changed his paper from an Independent to a democratic publication DR JOHN M WILLIAMS of Mt Ver non candidate for tho republican nom ination for Congress was hero Tuesday fixing up his fences Rockcastlo republicans toll us that bo is going to lay the gray gelding la the spade at tho Richmond convention MRS RICHARD ROUINSON and chit dren of the Preachersvlllo section loft Wednesday to Join her husband at Grccrflold where he has engaged In business Send mo the paper reg ularly Mrs Robinson said I wouldnt do without it for Ova times tho price Miss BETTU POWELL of Huston vllleis with Miss Mattie Thompson MUs Mary Beazley of StanforJ le the guest of Miss Llzzlo Hudson Prof J H Patterson will conduct tbo Doyle couHty teachers institute next week Lancaster Record dt MRS II BBOONB Is quito sick Mu S U BAUGHHAN has been sick several days MRS FANNIE GREEN of Ports mouth 0 is with relatives hero MIsS SERENA DUNN of Danville Is with Miss Kalherlno Baughman Mil AND MRS A A MCKINNEY of Danvllitt were hero with friends Wednesday MRS G B BAIINETT Is at the Cover House Crab Orchard for a week to rest and drink the water Mutt ME FISH and family have moved back to Crab Orchard their friends hero will regret to know LOCALS FRESH Cakes Candles c at War ren A Shanks BUGGIES harness whips Ac cheap at Wearcn Bros THERE err d0 aid guests at Crab Orchard Springs SEE our force pump New and im proved G II Fnrrls l Co TUY our Veal Loaf Biggest bargain of thffday Warren ft Shanks A NEW spiral wiregrain tube at Hlgglne fs McKlnneys Fits any drill YOUR account Is past duo and wo need tbo money Plcona settle Hill ft Beck TRY Mvors ft Everetts butcher shop under the Men Rouse for a good teak or roast CIIAII ORCHARD SPRINGS is the place to go if you wish to recuperate as well as enjoy yourself Yours taxes are now past due and you must not put off paying them long er but come at once S M Owens sheriff who could git off at tended the Danville fair yesterday and there was hardly ever a duller or hot ter day hero DOST forgot the reception to be glv Rd by the Mission Band at the Chris tian church tonight Ice and cakes and the sweetest of music all for lOo WHILE riding t otherday Mr Thomas E Woods horse fell and rolled on him Ho Is considerably bruised up but we aro glad to say no bones are broken SOME 15 or 20 gentlemen from London and Corbin Including that good old democrat A L Reid passed thro to Georgetown yesterday to testify In the Powers ease LEWIS McCLANAHAN general man ager of the colored Hustoovillo fair was hero Wednesday advertising Ha says that all things point to a great exhibition next week Tune Qanrlllo Advocato show Its us ual enterprise by printing in full Mr Bryan speech of acceptance a law minutes after It was delivered Harry must havo been on the ground BEAR that Mr Isaac Hamil ton will soil 30 or 40 shares of Lincoln County National Bank stock and a dwelling and storehouse In Rowland next Monday county court day AMONG speakers who will orato at the Reunion near Klngsvlllo Au gust 23 21 and 21 are Col T P Hill lion R C Warren Judgo T 7 Mor row Dr Wm Duoros and W S Burcb THE date of the Liberty fair has been changed to Wednesday Thursday and Friday Sept 12 13 and 14 Director Dink Wilkinson Informs us Wo are going to have a good one too bo added HURT Old man Charles Hooker of tbo Knobs was badly hurt the other slay Tho girth of hls saddle broke as ho was riding up a bill and lIe fell from his horse bruising him In a number of places GOING BUILD G Denny has contracted with J A Allen ft Co to buildu handsome twostory frame welling Non tbo situ the old homo burned some time ago It will cot about i000 UUSTONVILLES second nine defeat ed the second team of Lancaster at that place Tn afternoon to 7 Manager Hlt Cutnnltz who went with the visitors was as proud as a peacock dver the result JOHN DIXON tho Nogro who IP to bo tried tomorrow for stealing a valise out of Prof C C Monroe buggy claims that Nub Embry gave him tho va lUo and that darkey was also locked up but U out on his own bond NEW BUTCHER Siicu1 Messrs Wal tor Everett and Juko Myers havo open ed a butcher shop In the basement of tbo Mvors House Mr Everett was butcher for Perrin ft Monefee and has had hue of experience In tho business GREAT PRODUCTION Col W G Welch says that lIon William Jan nlngs Bryans speech of acceptance at Indianapolis U the finest thing ho over read There are fow1f any better judges on such subjects than the bol onel SPEAKING by Attorney General R J Breeklnrldgo and lion R C War ron at the courthouse Monday bouldI bring a good crowd to court CQmo prepared Jo hear two good old demo cratic speeches as well as to pay your account at this olllco W C GREENING of Huatonvllle purchased of Hon B B King of Moreland a house and lot In Junction City Ha took possession of It Tuesday and broke ground for hU brick kiln at which the brick to meet his contract with the Curry Grocery Co will bo made V NEW Disc plow at Higgins ft Mc Klnnoys SADDLES Road and cheap Ceo H Farris R Co FRESH groceries fruits and candles at W II Bradys RKIIOUND secondhand school books at Craig ft Hookers FIVE bushels of chicken feed for 91 J H Baughtnan S Cos TRY a Week at Crab Orchard Springs It will stop thut tired feeling WI arc handling the Lightning Hay Preys and repairs Warren Bros fltNTEDTo excbnngo coal for hay corn und oats Higgins ft Sims Phono M UNDER the Myera house the place to find tender meat at low prices Jive usa trial Myers ft Everett FARMERS Return our wheat sacks at onco or call and pay for them Wo need them to receive wheat This means you J H Baugbraan ft Co THE catalogue of tbo Brodbcad fair which begins Aug 20 Is out It is chuck foul of liberal premiums and con tains 131 tinge Ibo Mt Vernon Sig nal printed the catalogue and it Is a very creditable job HOW IS THIS Hanna Ucmpblll a colored mute aged about 20 was severely beaten by her mother which restored her speech liar screams and distinctly spoken word could be heard qulto a distance The Incident attract ed several people Lancaster DIs Lou Pot THE QL C will run a low price ex cursion from Junction City Sunday nextto Frankfort and also to Cincinna ti presenting a splendid opportun ity to visit those cities Tbo accom modations aro first class and tho man agement always sees that every passen ger has a seat THE little Mission Band of Turnera vllle Christian church will give an en tertainment in Mr A D Roots beau tiful grove on the afternoon and evening of Thursday of next week The Christian Endeavor Society will also have a supper and a general good time Is expected The hours aro 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 v 56- FAIRLI crowds areattending the Danville fair whero a splendid lot of stock of every kind Is being shown Lincoln as usual is well represented both in stock and spectators Among tbo Lincoln county winners yesterday were J C Lynn In tho fat mans ring Bob Woods on jack and jennet and Bob Moreland In combined ring F Relda Quasi got two blue ties IIUSTOSILLEMlu Helen Taylor who has been teaching In California has started for her homo at this place Len Taylor operator on the L ft N Is at homo sick Miss Keyser who has been visiting Mid Melllo Hopper has returned to Home City 0 and a number of tbo boys aro sad Jones Batgh man has been quite sick The enter tainment given by Miss Edna Baugh man was a delightful affair The pros Pacts are that the fair association will declare a better dividend this year than laat J W Allens toed store Is prov ing a great convenience to teamsters and the public generally Our town Is painfully quiet since the fair CHURCH MATTERS There are said to bo 477220000 church members In the world It Is thought Protestants will raise 850000000 for Foreign Missions this year Elder J G Montgomery of Liberty U holding an Interesting meeting at Cave City John Williams of LaPortc lad killed himself because his wife persist bd In praying In public Rev S M Logan will preach for Rev S AL Rankin ut the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night The Baptist church here has withdrawn from the Tates Creek Atsoclu tlon und joined tho South District Ab soelutlon Fair crowds are attending tho meet ing at the Methodist chnrcb and the sermons of Rev L Robinson are high ly spoken of r The Christian church of Lancaster has called Elder A R Moore of Bour bon county to the pastorate and ho hue accepted LMATRIMONIAL Hoary Jones 17 and Miss Roberta Harrington 13 wore married In Balti more Tames Daughcrty aged 20 and Miss Nannie Gaddls 15 were married ut Mrs Catherine Caddie W It Goodca widower of 44 and Miss Lena Carson both of this county weremarrled Wednesday The engagement of Miss Belle Rodcr McDowell of Richmond and Mr CII rylon M Woodbury of Mlddlcsboro Is Theo Purclful of Gar raN and Miss Utlo Easoo of Ten nessee were married at tbo court house bv Judge Btllley- Announcements have been received by her friends here of tho marriage of Miss Elllo Hamilton Burnett of Winchester to William Allen Northcutt oi Lexington which occurred on tbo Slh LAND STOCK CROPS CC The first race won by Annlo Burns was her 13th start J H Baughman St Co aro paying 65 cents for wheat J H Poppies bought of J E Bourne a horse mule for 8100 Myersh Everest had a eto hog to dto from heat Wednesday BAI4TP4GLeWD 4 Absolutely Pure Makes light flaky delicious hot biscuits rolls muffins and crusts Makes hot bread wholesome These are qualities peculiar to it alone- I have found the Royal Baking Powder superior- to all othersC GORJU late Chef Delmonicos ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NCW YORK Dr Hugh Reid sold to Wood ft Lynn 40 175pound hogs at 405 Samuel Bishop sold to George E Al ford a livery mare for J50 Brown ft Cress sold to J L McCar ley a bunch of hogs at 4Jc Two good Southdown bucks tor sale J V Baughman Stanford W U Shanks sold to Beazley Bros 75 barrels of corn at 9205 delivered Court day at Paris was the dullest In the memory of the oldest inhabitant C T Sandldge Is showing J Carroll Baileys nice maro at tbo Danville fate Robert Porter sold to J H McAlls ter a bunch of 050pound cattle at 4c Boralma Is the first fouryedrold gelding to trot in 210 In the month of JulyM D Elmoro sold to John Z Spoon amore a fourmonthsold Berkshire boar for 89 John B Anderson sold to T L Shel ton a lot of timothy hay at BOe delivered at Rowland Rustler by Hustler Ruosell has started olgnt times this season and won seven races Tommy Britton lowered his record to 207 over a slow track at Joliet III Ho went against hU record of 208 We have 200 good ewes for sale at Isaiah Whites Will be in Stanford next Monday Wilkinson ft White 9Withers W V B McKinney a bunch of hogs at 4 jc His Excellency C H Smiths crack threeyearold for which he paid 810 000 died at Washington Park Tuesday More than 100000 bushels of wheat remain unthreshed near Purls and heavy rains have done It much dam age Mark Hardln bought of Dan Cooley a cow and calf for 350 and same of Wm M aeon for 835 He also bought of Mr Mason a bunch shoats at 4c J C Baileys tine tbreeycar old harness mare won In her ring at Danvitln Wednesday defeating seven good ones She la a good mare and will prove It when she gets a little more ago- G A Swlnebrotid sold to Wm Moss 100 slock eVes at83 85 to Mr Thomas Herring at the same price anti also to Henry Patterson Gl at S4 and 100 to different parties at same The government crop bulletin places the total wheat yield In Manitoba fat 11000000 bushels Winds and drought destroyed 343819 acres The yield Is estimated at 7f bushels per acre There were 250 cattle and 15QO sheep on the Richmond market Monday The former brought all the way from 21 to So and the latter 3450 to 35 Horses sold at 170 to 8125 and mules about the sameWilkinson ft White bought of n L Murphy 40 sheep and lambs ut 3350 for the former and 3o for tholattor and of various parties a bunch of hugs at 31 to 4c They sold to A D Root a bunch of ewes at 34 At Flomlngfburg a horse sold for 840 the purchaser sold It to Lee ft Cas eldy for 805 who In turn sold It to Dan Mitchell of Carlisle for 3100 Mitch ell sold it to Pennsylvania parties for 250 All sales were made the same dayMr A W Smith reports thai bo raised on 180 acres a little over 4000 bushels of wheat Ono field averaged 37i and another a fraction over 40 bushels Joe Ware sold Saturday to M J Farris 17 good 2ycarold cotton mules for 81020 Danville Now A Hunn and J 0 Coffey are back from Tennessee where they bought 16 mules at 3125 They are about aa flue a lot as wo have seen In Columbia for several years They will bo placed upon a pasture In Lincoln courtly and in about 10 days will be rqady for mar ketoTho crop uI tobacco is the best for years Smith ft Nell bought in Cumberland 200 sheep at IAdalrNews BLUEGRASS SEED goodRluebefore Iou bus L C DUNN Mr SALEM Kv FARM FOR SALE Contains 105 acres and lain n splendla tate of cultivation On tho lack pike 2i mile from Huston vllle nnd IK from More land Has on It a dwelling cf five room and gooditonunt house beside necessary outbuildings Splendid orchard good well and two sprloci Terms easy W II WRIOUT Ilustonvlllc Ky NOTICE On tho 13th of August at 2 r sharp the farm I now live on will bo sold on the premises at auction terse made known on day of sale It contains about 75 acres well Improved and a One home In every re eject One mile from Danville on Shaker town pike T rt Auctioneer M QUISENIltCimV Danville Ky DANK SlOCS AND mi ESTATE AT AUCTION highestbidder Monday Sept lotli 1900 County Court day In Stanford 30 or 10 Shares of Lincoln County Xatlpnal Dank Stuck my 0ltoom Residence hr Howland Ky with good barn and other outbuildings und a Store House In Rowland Ky 35x60 24 feet high and two stories A IIfendld location Possession given at onto Cull It vou wish to see tho property or wrlto It you desire a fuller description TEttMg Onethird cash balance lu one and two yiuirs ISAAO HAMILTON Jlowland Ky Public Sale of Town Lots Iu Stanford Ky On Saturday August 18 1900 On the premises at oclock r I will offer for sale Seven Town Lots Of Ten Acres Each With a street running through 30 feet wldi from tho cutoff pike to thu tract of laud of J S hooker Thero are two lots I facing on the Somerset ptko the other ono on the cutoff pike and art ilisslrnble lots to build on or for pasture The land Is good for grass or anything that grows out of land TEIIMS or SALE Onehalf rush tho other onehalf on six months Urn with 6 per- Cent Interest and a lien held on the lots until paid los es Slou given us soon sa nook the cote on a portion will du to gather and 3 or of them possession given at coca About onuhaltof tho whole Is In grass All the land Is about half a mile from the court hausu D W VANDKVEEK Valuable Real Estate To be sold at Executors Solo on Wednesday Aug 25 1900 To the highest and best bidder Sale begins it 11101 In front thecourUhousolUStan KyNo A flue blue grass farm of acres illos West of Stanford on tho Huston pike lu n high state of cultivation IIIVln a good dwelling u No barn lino orchard fencing flntclui and well Wilier ed S3 acres now In corn balance In grass No 3 Fine blue grass pasture of 40 acres In the suburbs of Stanford No 3 llrlck storeroom and warehouse fronting on Main 23 feet and extending South on Lancaster street feet heel business In Stanford No Old church lot fronting on Depot street feet und extending buck laD feet with outlet to Mill street Now used us a yardNo Monroe Smllh tract of Knob land on Oreon river near Jumbo of about 400 acres valuable for Umber and minerals No About 300 acres of Knob laud on the bead waters of Green river near lIalll Gap all In forest Purchasers will have seeding privileges on farm land at once and full possession of all property on Out day of 1001 TermsOno third cash ono third In one year and balance In two yours with Interest at 0 cent annum from date till paid and lion retained to secure unpaid notes Parties desiring to look ut Oio property before day ot sup will bo shown name by tho executors or by T Ooodknlght In Stanford Ii WII MUlllHV Executors of J S J S MUU1HIV f Murphy decd 0 r f Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIEJS SAUFLEY PresRA Go To HIGGINS MoKNEY f Stanford Ky For The Superior Disc Drillst The Tiger Disc Plows The Tiger Disc Hares rows The Studebaker Wagons The Dicks Feed Cutters The Dain Corn Crushers The Oliver Plows Reduced I Prices on Straw hats CUT HALFINTWO t We dont want to carry them over and almost any price takes them 3 Ladies Slippers Greatly reduced in price We have some nice ones left A beautiful patent leath er for 31 50 a- ALLSUMMERCOODS Must go and its your opportunity HoJJo 19J JID1IDRTS im Eimmi OUR I Remnant m a I 1 IHas CounterIIbeen a decided success have been enabled to clean some splendid values We remnant counter Look at the Shirt Waists and Skhte Bolts Ribbon Ac Fast colored Lawns et only 3c yard I ItSee what we offer In Mens Shoes at fl 60 All 15c and 20o Ginghams at lOc hood Cotlonade at Tic IOc121c H t SEVERANCE SONS I Opposite Court House r t1 ffiri mtm Big osiery Sale t We offer In our Cut Price gale 1 This WeekOur whole line of Hosiery for i LADIES MISSES CHILDREN Lovers of Oood Hosiery aud DIg Birgiins will regret it If they miss this sale JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Noxt Weeks Ad J A ALLEN CO Contractors And Builders STANFORD KY have now a complete stock iff HulUllng Material Yellow Pino Flooring Celllujr Doors Sash minds and all ot and Hough Lumber and tlteelltooOog cut Posts ic We make estimates onany kind of work wanted opposite jLU cooks FffTHE WEKIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottofflce nt Stanford at ttcondclati mailer u5Vn rrt vGblla1u yT 1 PER YEAR CASH WbennotaopaidSsaOOwlU c barged KNOXVILLE DIVISIONI North II MaSI Train folnc 2lnSouth k in 3UU pni ForallirothilK- ENTUCKYk CENTRAL DIVISION No 2J ArrrlTeiatStautord 108 u No Leares Stanford a t 110 tfo Arrireaat Uowlandat 1200 No 22 Learea Stanford at 230 P QUEEN A CRESCENT Tralni going Sohth MM Junction City No not Mop No3 1150 P No5 1123 AM- Oolnt No 01 1 II r South Xo 2 ilorantilop No gitNo6 1231 it o N FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trilni leave Frankfort iC30 1 340 p and P V connecting at Georgetown with the Q t C Returning learn tarla at ti80 and 340 r reaching after connecting with q I sI C train at 1120 7101 and 11111 II The tatter train leaves ror lcorj own at 715 r J UNKWTONU IA I5RM IN KENTUCKY Cia4iniH Scbidila la Effict Utj 10 1900 WASTDOUND No No No3 Lv Louiyl1iet4snt 400pm 74lpm- Ar SbelbivlUa9IOsm 53Jpm 905rm Ar Larencebg910am 6pm tUSpm Ar Versailles laiera 847pm IttOtpm Ar Lexington lU45am TWpm tOP pm wiamouKix iE- Liitngton73Uam 8 No 2 No 4 4s6pm iA-rVersailles TUam 5tCpm 535am FAT Larencebginnm 3rpm Bi3am Ar Sbtlbyvllla9loani 415pm 630am tAr LouUvllle t ia40am 740pm tHXira f EASTIJOCNn aTllOUN- UMa IllNo IlBTAT1OXNO I2INO U i 440pmI7lllDmT EASTIIOUND uTDo fo INn 7IITATIOIC5 No111 tNOGt 14OOPi 1eam Lv Ioutatit Ar Wi TWlpm Ullam LT HhelbTll Ar 110am 6K t m 147pm laSamLr Vnrsllen Ar 750am 502pm r1Opm lItoam Ar Midway Lv t3Oani S40pm- 74Opm IUOam Ar Qcoretn LT 700iml XlOpm I ISTIIOUHD WSTnOUNU No RTAT 5LtN oNL2400pm LY LoulsTll WooflI tOpm LY VerMtei 735pm Ar Nlchlvlll LvI1JMpm8ltlpm Ar Ar Klcbmod Irvine NP L No LT IITATIOIC5I Tam 74fm Ar lo43m Ia3ni Ar TOOpm 14SAr Asbevlllo VlOaml UOpra Ar Savannab5UainA-rJacksonrlllo jiJam ICbattnnuoga fUrpm lIoom Ar Atlanta lOMpm IIMtom A Macon S5am 126pra Ar JaeksonTllla 830am lawpra I bttnnoogn aftpm Xtiam Ar Ulrmlogham lOMpm lL4k m QJOpmArNo 3 through alreplne car oulsTllle to Dlr snlncbam via Lexington nnd CnattanooK- JTa 5 tee observation cbalrcar LpuliTllt to Lexington No II tree observation chair car Lexlil too M Loulsvilla No Mee pintcar lllrmlnghum to LoultTllle rU Lexington All iralna between Loulsrlllo Lf tine ton and Burzin ally- Between VersaUlea and Georgetown Nos II and jadally No5S7Knde3dallrexeeitSvnda7- llctwren Verjwlllei NIcholaiTllls ntet mond and Irvine dally except Sunday iDally except Sunday Other trains dally rsa ot3d VPGM J it CDFPT M Washington O C Waahlngton Dd trATuuKOPA WMUTATLOSAOIA Washington U C Louisville Ky Cumcorlana Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Fare better than ever Fisbing season in full blast Daily harks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further particulars J B OWENS Man Parkers Lake Ky BEAZLEY HAYStr- NDI1BlAXERS IALSODKALtR3It Uugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C4CbMY rr TJNDBBTAKEB Manufacturer and Dealear In S4ANXSS SADDLERY ScO b r r Stanford Ky ri IThe artist in types the starI the iilustrntorB and the appliedThes perIfieerance 10f is passing etrango however that have failed to hit upon a type equally and as finely of an clement of reprnentatlveI ly American as the house and as universal This person age says Forrest Criddy in an enter taining way in the Philadelphia Saturday Ktening Post is the mistress of the district school She is the American sweetheart now many thousands ofI American boyshave had the first stir rings of sentiment awakened by the charms of the new teacher and pMd her their earliest adorations So uni versal has been her court so broad her sway that it Is scarcely too sweeping an assertion to say that her subjects countrYIreared rOds1betooksuits and left the rostrum of the dis trict school to the feminine invader That the recipient of the bashful devotions has generally been many years the senior of her small lovers has never been known to check their ardor Years arc but trifles unconsciously brushed aside by the boy whose first ideal of womanly loveliness is em- bodIed in the girlish creature from the neighboring town or village who has come to establish her throne on the platform pi the country school Not even the thunt of teachers pet is sufficient to deter him from heaping her desk with the first wild violets ot the season the odorous plumes of UI lacs anti the rosy first fruits of the old home orchard With awkward ardor he waits upon her smiles and re ceives with bashful joy words of approval and sympathetic caresses Each change of her is noted with jealous eyes When with the coming of spring she appears in the modest splendor of a starched percale he sees her clothed in new charms She makes subtle appeal to all his finer instincts and touches into quick response the secret springs of sentiment that hafts been shut away from the hands of mother sister and playmate and l masked by the calloused countenance of boyhood There is not a grace or a theithought of the boy whose heart she has conquered Tohim and to the rural community she Is the torch bearer of civilization the prophetess of learning It is not qulte 70 years since there was no school in the limits of Chicago The first schoolhouse was built by a woman at het own expense in 1831 Ten years later therj weiy four dis trict schools with four teachers each receiving 400 a year For the lapt school year the totnl appropriations were over 7900000 There are 250 public sdhoolhouses with 5000 teach era and over 255000 pupils Including eight high schools with 8860 pupils There are three universities one of which has an endowment of 1000000 and another of 11000000V A queer action at law has been begun In Jasper county Mo A woman has sued her divorced husband for 3000 which she alleged site has expended In providing food lodging and clothing and schooling for his four children since he abandoned her and left the children to her care The petition sets forth that they were married February 24 1880 and had four children that heI abandoned her in 18S9 and that she se cured a divorce in 1895 that he has done nothing in support of the children since be left her The gypsies of this country held a JosephMichbeen the first national convention ever held by them in the United States There wasxn lively struggle in the selec tion of chief The balloting lasted all one day aPd Gene Ferando of Indiana was elected by n twothlrds vote over Gala Marcule of Kentucky The daily progress of the United States during the current decade is briefly shown thus An Increase of 4000 in population of 500 school chil dren of 29000 acres under farms of 7500000 in wealth of 1100000 in manufactures Agriculture does not keep pace either with any other branch of Induslry or with population A Cleveland Judge has decided that Any woman Is justified In scolding her husband if be comes home drunk anti illtreats her and the children That judge would not be going too far were he to decide thata woman under such circumstances would be justified in using a bludgeon to protect herself and children T Wesley Hook 10 years old and a freshman in Syracuse university has started for China alone and without motley to protect his sister Miss Elsie U Hook who is a teacher and missionary stationed at Shanghai T Wesley has got the stuff in him that heroes are made of A rainmaker from Arizona has been trying to produce n shower by explod ing two dozen bombs oMits own inven tion from the roof of a tall building in New york The experiment failed SPAINS GREATEST nEED Mr n TtoHrnr of ISjnelona Spain ilend- hi wl tfnit vMlten S O Weak nerv hid eaul 11 ifen pn In the luck 11 Mi liwl On using Klectrlo Dltieri Americas greateaI Blood and ZerYe Rtuirily all pIn won left II say this grant umllclne Ii till country needs All America hOWl that It cuiea liTer and kidney troll ble rurtfle the blood tone up the itomarli the nerrn vim Igor anti new IIOdY1IS Capt Joseph Garrard of the Fourth St Recruiting Station Cincinnati ii at Williams town taking In regulars I Consular Them All IB Georgiea mother insisted hit repenting the prayer of childhood Ho started sleepily requiring promptings at the beginning of every line Drowsi ness had nearly won the mastery by the time that he hail obediently got as far as my soul to take God bless prompted his mother Georgia has n long list of relatives There was a flutter of his sleepladen Irds u he lumped them together God bless the whole shooting match Anti he was asleep at last Doston Transcript The Denoon Theory Deacon said the minister after the congregation had been dismissed how do you account for the unusually poor collection we had this morning Well parson replied the deacon the only way I can account for it is that the people have decided to pay according to the sermons delivered Chicago Dally News Still lhrUledIHer voice used When she mentioned his name Ills heart leaped within him Ills loul was aflame Her voice made his heart leap When ha was her lover Since shes his wHcn she halls him lie jumps up all overt Chicago TimesHerald CIRCUMSTANTIAL KVIDEXCC Constable to deaf witness his worship asks if you are a married man Witness No sir I got these scratches through falling at night Into a wire fence Ally Slopfr Another tlublile Pricked The sun shines not on all alike Ill vrncr all mr ahekels For some It very kindly tans And some It meanly freckles Puck Ifrr Object Attained Forgive me my dear Mid the gos humbly but I thoughtlessly mono Ilip to Mrs Brown the things that told me In strict confidence There Is nothing to forgive replied the wise woman pleasantly It was that very purpose that I told them Ifor you In strict confidence Chloagi- Post IIII JllilmUe a big mistake when I asked old Gotrox for his daughters hand and told him I was descended from King Alfred the Great Perdy Dow was that 1 PercyWhy he said so was his Lam ily and he didnt believe in marriage between blood relations Puek Ueitril the Shirt Hewitt Did you recognize myvoIce the other day when I telephoned tp you Jewett No Hewitt But you seemed to know at onco who it was Jewett I could hear the colored shirt you hadonTown Topics Ignorant Cllr Folks City Niece reprovingly Undo Wayback why do you pour your coffee into the saucer before it Uncle Wayback To cool it The more air surface you give It the quick erit cools Guess these ere clt schools dont teach much science d- otheyN Y Weekly Slip Knew Him Visitor I wonder what that nwlu roaring sound isi Can it be that a storm is coming ip Mrs Growell Oh no dont be alarmed It is only Mr Growell up stairs hunting for a lost collar button Chicago Dally News UnonRh tor Her Do you think you can manage with my salary of 12 n week darling he asked after she had said yes Ill try Jack she replied But what will do Philadelphia North American A Star Attraction FriendAre you going to have a sea serpent this summer Proprietor Summer HotelNo Ive arranged for a scandal in high society to take place here early in the season N V Journal DlaoonrnirlnR Collector Cont you fix a date now when you Will pay this little bill Debtor Impossible my dear fellow I never make engagements more than twoyears in advance Journal Vhs lie Quelled WifeYou used to say you would risk your life for me and now you are afraid to discharge the cook HusbandIt isnt death I fear Ma ria its mutilation N J Journal Toes Shoe Clerk nntlrely new toes win be socn in shoes this year GustomerWell I guess I will be satlafled wfth the same toes Ive al ways 1ad4ChicaoTImeeiIcald A Lucky hog- SheArd you lucky in love He Should say I was 1 tyaVc been refused five times In three years liHUts Iruvnrlontlon liner complexion is u delusIon Therein lies Its ciiarmDetroitJ- ournal UEArNESS CANNOT HE CtTRBD local applicatIons m they cannot reach the- dlenet4 ear There It only one way to ctiredeafnew and that Ii by constItutional remedies Dealuru It cauard by an Inflamed con dillon of the iiiucoun lining o the KiutachUn Tiile When this tube is Inflamed you hatu a ruinblldg sound or Imperfect bearing pnt when II Ii entirely closed De fnen latbereiulftand unless the inhlaiiisIofl can be taken out this tube reitored to Itaconna condition hearing will bo destroyed he cawioutijf ten art raued br Catarrh which nothing but an Inflamed con lion or theiiiltcou iurfac We will glee One Hundred Dollars for any cue Uafneai caused bybCatuarrh that cannot be cured by llalla Catarrh Cure bend for circulars frte p j CHENEY A CO Toledo SolcJb1DrultKhu73 Halls Family Pllli art the test I Sleep for SkinTortured Babies And Rest for Tired Mothers I Ie 6 u7Jes4 In a warm bath with CUTICURA SOAP and a single nnclntlng with CUTICURA purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures This Is thepurest sweetest most speedy permanent and economical treatment for torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair of Infants and children and is sure to succeed when all else falls COMPLETE EXTERNALAND INTERNAL TRtATMtNT FOR EVERY HUMOR S128 Cont CviirI oP 334kCIsCI h In1 14 sesI CTCVS Osn13T 51 IftlflU ttchlsg sad aid best sn4 VeTiciIA 1ILII01 is 14thIUso Ieia Sn It once 1IIe11 cii lb mrS hsoar boa sit roll rurtil Dave SD Cuts oIe rwO AUlIh Skis ilesip hlauIs u4 iIlrae xxGO TOxx JAMES FRYEHu- stonville Ky Nice New Dr Goods jlnd Notions The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies Imen girls and boys Linen and Light Weight Suit nt Gnntly Reduced 1ricecff I will le glad to furnih you uny day in the yi ur piiitnble ginnls nt Huttoni Price othorn Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KYII Over 253000 poul in Living Benefits SurplusiHave You Seen a Sample of bur New Endowment Bond not write to the bom office fur literature or cnll on our niflreat ogelt for no 1U oxpUnalion of iii torina and oonililtont Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns flIO anti five porvcunt lulcresi for the avenigt time for esols tloUar iilin2 Stook taken nOw will nil bo malurod from eighteen to two lr four aienthi with a large part redeemed In n much ghortur ttntu I 3 It Is matured In consecutive order ooojequintly all ooment of eJlunte U elltnlnft ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin the sooner will your coupons begin to mature For further information address J C BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky A SMITH J50VMAN Secretary Lexington Ky THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Anaxtlgmat Lenses the new discovery in optic science I to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of the very Uatest D sigrjs it jVIoulditpgs Patterns never sold In this locality before hsvo to be seen to bo appreciated Suit iblp for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate Among the lot is the New French FlenrD moiiiillne pcclally for suitable qellcate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Color and all pictures that ro duire a dainty lllien In Danville call anti Fee im sad pet our prices Vfr will save you money 524 Third Street Opponile PMt Office Danville Ky Tiicr n no need to go to the PARIS EXPO August thini 900 = =1314151617 18 == 1900 30000 r lu will day the Vii il odr1 and tiCI sg fond to fear i THES UFine Lads direct from Hungary Ia Dally SS Till mm FAMILY Aris 1Irnm S 30000 CStJCX Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races Free ttraot1onsHUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND ConC tntiRSrI Theeo colebrnted families give FREE PERFORMANCES oach In front of grand stand HB DILLWORTII FAM- ILY8JVDGMBERS8 Unrivaled AcrobatsI L l Cr DIAN vrJJLAv H11 meet gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuse t 1 lbs best and highest priced artist and the grandest aggro IK wfwit I 1l vvtn novorty features ever congregated untIerI ti TiiOhcnt YOr ANT ArTOUD TO MISS e W SHANKIJN Secretary ITIrtw on stJ nllroads SCQ posters and 1 FOE EENJGood property In the town of Grab Orchard W LANDOItAK 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