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I s 1 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY HT 1 H YEAR r 1t VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 11 1900 9 A M y No 41 LAND STOCK CROPS IC 1 Isaac Ilcrrln void to D N Prewltt 147 owes at 61 Twenty nlco yearlings for sale J C Hays Crab Orolmrd E P Carter sold to O A Peyton a yearling bull for 950 John Graven told to M J Farris n pair of mulct for 1125- J L Deck bought In Wayno county a bunch of calves at 113 Two Rood Southdown bucks for sale J W Baughman Stanford W A Hall laId to R U Gentry some 800pound heifers at 31c J T Embry sold to R R Gentry a lot of 000 pound cattle nt 3Jc W P Grimes sold to Miller of Illinois 118 lone ycarllnes at 4c II K Gentry bought of various pa ties 10 butcher cattlo at 3t to to IOn SALT 10 shoals and lot sows and pigs W II Murphy Stanford Col Underwood sold to Kav Woods of Anderon a bornlois bull calf for MO Dink Wilkinson told hero yesterday 01 sheep at eland a lot of butcher stuff at 3i to 4c R D Gannon sold 8000 bushels of blue crass seed to Slmms Wilson of Paris at 40c G A Swlnubroad Son sold to a Madison county party 200 extra Rood 3wcsatlbO J II Foster sold to John Z Spoona more a bunch of yearlings for Oct 1 delivery at 4c W II Murphy sold to D O Fox an aged mulo for 1125 and to II R Gentry some butcher stuff at 3c Albert Ballow of Owonsboro told to J P Palmer of Illinois his pacer Little Boy 209 for 3000 J O McKee of tbo Klngsvlllo sec Ion raised 635 bushels of Irish pota toes on one aero of ground Simon Welhl bought In Montgomery county 200 export cattlo ae 51 to 0c They weighed from 1400 to lJ25- Eramett MeCormaok has bought of J W Bailey his farm of a little over 100 acres near Huston vlllc for 1 1400 It C and A R Nunnelloy sold to D C Allen 90 110pound hogs at 400 and tome 1000 pound butcher stuff at 4e Desba Brcoklnrldgo has old the Kentucky Stook Farm to Frank P KODDOV nod Charles Monioh of Louis villa Waverly Uomlltoo sold to Miller of Illlnoli II feeders ftV 4o cud 81 per ead J C Jepples toW him 31 of eamo at ame- S M QwoM told his crop of 2800 bushels of whentto a M Llpps L Co the Hwioovllle ralllors at 70o and the Iso to Sept Lutos A Co bought lat week about 1000 took owes at 5536 nod of Dr P W Logan 30 000 pound cattle for Sept 10 delivery at 4o J Carroll Dalloy told to R O Denny for A Logan Danny his three venr old She took two harness mare for tJIrO blues at the Danville fair J C Hays sold to Farris Johnson n pair of work horses for 4190 Ho pur chased of S Morgan a bunch of lambs at J3 and of D C Payno scow for 86 W II Donham bought here venter day 15 heifers nt 120 Ho told to J C Johnson a lot of bettors at J25 to Robert Collier a bunch of bogs at Re and to another party a horse for 176 D M Anderson old to Mlllor of Illinois 28 yearlings for Oct 15 to 96 ellvwy at lo W H Cummins sold losaHW eight yearling uwl 11 two yearold at 4o and premium on the woiaroldr Col J P Cbandler belle ue that a good cruwd attended purer Warrens sale In Pulakl lust week Cows broueht SitfwSfS mule aBO horse to too wheat 70o Panning implements and household and kitchen furniture rold welt Bob Wopda took only four hoed to the Danville fair but he rot his bhuro of the blue with them He got the blue on Jennet Yndor two years mate and mule colt suckling colt either MX and inure und colt either MX lIe got a rod on King Ragle a threeyearold stallion HU Oily cult by Eagle Bird was greatly admired Lule8 A Co sold to G S Shelby 338 tuck owes at tt 40 to Lee Rlbar of r Mercer 3ft awus at U3 They shipped a double desk toad of vuthern to Cln clnnuU on wbloh they realized 3 25 ut homu They sold to a Washington county man 400 good stock owos nl 81 60 and lo Ink Wilkinson 12 l2COpound cattle lit 4io anti 81 per hand COUItT DAYA good crowd attend ed court jestorday und there was somo activity In cattle trading Alp of tbo 138 cattle ut A B Florences pens Jhunged hands the highest prlco be log 41o They were ol rather common grade Butcher stuff was lively at a to to M J Farrla cad B G Fox bought a number of mules at 870 to 12o for ses wore dull Thertf were 438 sheep and most of them sold Three grand midsummer excursions Niagara Falls Thousand Islands and Toronto all In one via the Queen fc Crescent routa Aug 2dlib 10th only 1005 Niagara and return from Junc Lion City Through trains day coaches and Pullman sleepers Cincinnati to Niagara Aug 2d via Big 4 Aug Oth via O U D fly Aug 1Othvla Erie Lines Tickets good 12 days to return See small bills or ask agents for furtb er particulars IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thoromomotors registered as high as 102 at Lancaster Friday John Chllden catcher for the Pine vlllo base ban club bad his law broken In a game F L Wilson has been appointed postmaster at Klmbto Russell Bounty vice J C Acree removed William H Hughes has institutes suit In tho Garrard circuit court against tho L k N railroad company for 30000 damages for tho killing of hie son Henry M Hughes T V Forrell purchased of Thomas McDcnth known as the Vickery property comprising about four acres with n residence barn and six cottages thereon for 3100 Somerset Journal- A telegram to banker John M fllg glnbotham announces the death of William matt a Lancaster boy at Springfield Mo Ho Is tho third wow ber of his family to die In a short while Of Mr Samuel A Newell who died at Somerset last week the Journal says He was a man of prominence In the community based upon his solid merits and exemplary character Some of his lovable characteristics wore brought out by Interviews with those who knew him beet Ho had long been ono of tbo chief directing spirits In public affairs of the county Ho was a man of great energy of purpose untie ing Industry and methodical habits accomplished with fidelity and ability whatever bo undertook No man en- Joyed more fully tbo respect and confi dente of the community and today the thoughts of all who knew him arc sor rowful and sad at his demise HUBBLE Ben Hugbcr has moved back from Cincinnati Rans Carman saw mill has been taken to Casey county to do some sawing there Miss Mamie Par rub has rcturccd to her home in Spen cor county after making many friends hero while visiting Miss Lola Robin son Luca Bros bought some ewes of Geo Wood at 160 Tom McLJatb of Sow erect was up to attend tbo Danville fair and see ifler the farm ho bought Bore a few monthsaco John Ran kin of Wayne county has bought R L Hubble onehalf Interest in fthe Gentry farm for 10000 and will movo to it Jan or before Low ralot West Railroad bargain days via the Monon oute Tickets will bo sold by the Monon routo from Lou isville Iy to points In Arliona Brit Ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana ar i7 Now Mexico Notth Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at one Unaclass faro plus 12 for the roundtrip on Juno 10th July 3 17 Ant 7 21 Sept 4 18 Oct 2 JO Nov 00 and Dee 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospeotlng parties und tour lets will bo furnished with schedules and further Information by addressing E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ivy IT SAVED illS 11AI1Y My baby was terribly sick with the iliarrlioo we were tumble to cure him with the doctors assistance andas a last rl ort wo tried Chamberlain Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy saje Mr J II DoAk of Williams Ore I am hap pjr to say It gave Immediate tulle and a rwmpelo cure For tale by Craig A Hooker A MIGHT Or TERROR wlluIet wr Ml fcr M widow of lM- hntllora Ilernbuuf MaikUa M wow fectan aM Ite could awl lln Oil luomlnt writ lira 8 II IJoixxa who atumdxl kf teal SHital Right All tkotwkt ah cat mu dU taw k band tor lfr Kin Nw Irloowrywytn It hwTmor than aim rod her Ilk and k her of CaomwMta AU tkm doit 5lptlly all kkl d lu loHkM use cooit l l rand Iter iTilf pares UMdklM U luanuUrd to cure lit Tkioat Chrt cod Lull di M e lIa lyMc aW tl Trial bark fnoe1 funy dnm Hart Low rates to Louisville via Queen t Crescent From all points in Kontuoky during lire fair ono fair for round trIp will bo made account the two groatcol ored fairs at Louisville Aug 14 ISund Aug 21 to 26 It Is a good chanco to visit the largest olty in the State and two of the host colored fairs in the South KlnesNewat Uwlr MiUhl t MMrli fci ikcal SWTOIM llMilichM Tlwjr make pure Wood and tros- etnwu4 build jraur tiMllb ItHy M tits Try limn Only 26 asp Mosey btefe If bm enrol Sold by Penny J ruiK G A R to Cbloago and return The C II D roundtrip rate to Chicago and return on account of the C4 R National Encampmont from Cincinnati will bo SO Tickets on sale Aug 26th to 20th Inclusive food returning to Aug llsl without restamplng Tickets can bo extended to Sept 50th upon pay moot of 50o additional A FRIOIITFJL BLuDER Will often cause horriblB Hum Sold Cut or llrulie llucklfn Arnica Sire the brat In tha world will kill the iwln and i rui iHly heal it Cures Did Sony Krvcr ore Ulcer 1eloni Corns all Skin Eruption lint 1lla euro on earth Only U crnttn Curo gnirantced Sold by Penny pruggltt At a picnic In Christian county Constable John Wilson shot and killed Alex Whllo and fatally wounded Whites father In a general tight that followed 40odd shots wero fired begininspeaking at every county seat In the State NEWS NOTES Tho mercury registered 1007 lo Lou Isvlllo Friday Firo damaged the Phoenix Hole restaurant Lexington totbo extobt of 2500 Over 1000000 pounds of Ice Is con sutned dally in Louisville this hot weather Bob Fltzslmmons knocked out Gus Rublln In New York In six rounds after a fierce battle The cowboys of Buckskin Bills show were acquitted of the kllllnp of Claude Wheeler at Marlon Three thousand cars of coal and 2OW of coke were shipped over the Cumber land Valley branch last month A shirt waist brigade has been form cd at Lexington the members of whit are subjected to a fine of 810 for wear log a coat Six boys who stole watermelons neat Bluffdalc Texas died as the result ol eating the fruit which had been poll oned by the owner Attorney General Breckinridgo rules that lifo convicts who have had sen tences commuted can not credit good time until after date of commutation James Murphy Morris a farmer of Fulton county came home to dinner and found his baby In a rigor from a spaem Thinking the child dead Morris picked up a shotgun and killer himself Jeeo Durham who killed Mrs Anna Brunlon of Brandenburg was given a preliminary hearing before Judge Woolfolk Saturday Tho trial lasted three minutes and was held In the bag gage car of an Illinois Central train running at full spiced through Meade county Durham was held over with out bond Charles R H Ferrell a discharged smployo of tbo Adams Express Compa ny has confessed that ho murdered Messenger Lane and robbed the ex press safe on the Pennsylvania train between Urbana 0 and Columbus Friday Farrell was to have been mar- led Thursday and committed the rltne In order to get money for his marriage expenses When arrested be was at tho homo of his affianced to whom he had given 1000 of the stolen money Q C R R Elk Fair end Horse Show Lexington Low rato from all points In Kentucky vlll the Queen Crescent route Ask treat for lull particulars or see small IllsLow rates from points In Kentucky la the Queen ft Crescent Route and onnectlng lines Aug 21st to points in olorado Utah and Dakota Good Un tll October 31st to ruturn Ask ticket gents for particulars W C Rlnear son G P A Cincinnati O A big day In Georgetown Special xourslon train Queen t Crescent route General Association of Colored Baptists of Kentucky at Georgetown Sunday Aug 10th Witness the grand losing day exorcises Dont fail to go Only n26 for roundtrip from Junction 3lty See small bills for particulars D J Walking manager Somerset vV C Rlnoarson G P A Cincinnati One faro to Louisville via Southern Railway August 1C and 10 the South irn Railway will sell round trip tick ets to Louisville and return from all tatlons In Kentucky at ono faro for tho round trip good to return until Aug 21 and 26 one fare for the round trip to Louisville via Southern Railway lekeu good to return until Aug 27 Southern lUllwuy U the only line hay ng three dally trains ftcmvn Lexlng too A Uiutovilta For Information ape tly u ueeret HMMI timlUitrii Hallway or Queen CrvwilMiltCUie or address Yin II TaylOt 1y U gen pass agt oulsvlllo TKV DOLLA1tSMIQhlun and rev urn A delightful tripwiu steamer Manitou For Wednesday August 5th the Monon Routo will sell tickets row Loulbvlllo via Chicago and S S Manitou the finest boat on Lake Mloh gan to Maoklnuo Petoikoy Bay View Wequotouslng Iud sister resorts at the remarkably low rato of 310 for tbe round trip Tickets will bo good oturnlng 15 days Bookings should be node at once as tho party will be lim ited to accommodations assigned Par ticulars of E H Bacon D P A Lou isville Another Excursion to Old Point Comfort Va On Tuesday Aug 14lh Tho Uhoeupouke Ohio Railway will run unolhor excursion to Old Point Cow ert leaving Lexington by special train at 4 oclock P M reaching Old Point curly tbo next afternoon In time for a dip in tho sea Tickets will bo sold for ii for roundtrip from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling rood re turning 12dayp from date of sale Send In your name for sleeper reservation Geo W Barney Dlv Pasa Agt Lex ington Ky- Edgar Connor shot and killed Levi Goodpaster In a fight at Owlngsville and while under arrest for It be snatched the olllcors pistol and com mlilcd sulcldo E W Bowman was seriously If not fatally Injured by the explosion of a barrel of brandy at Paducah It Is stated that 00 per cent of the told democrats ol Illinois will voto for Bryan POLITICAL Tho Bluo Grate Clipper Is supporting f W B Moody for Congress Coy Beckham accepted the Invlia tlon of the Lexington Elks to formal open the fair today JuJgo James Gregory was declare tho democratic nominee for Congrcs in the Fifth no ono entering again him The Texas democratic convention at Waco adjourned after nominating State ticket beaded by Joseph D Say era for governor Mayor Head of Nashville has re signed as a member of the National democratic executive committee and Norman E Mack of Buffalo N Ybas been appointed la his place Recorder Armstrong of Clark coun ty Ind says bis county will give Dry an 000 majority while In 1606 It gave McKinley 150 majority Ho thinks In diana safe for the democracy Leslie Comb has resigned his job to run the republican campaign but John W Yerkes has to much sense to do likewise Ycrkcs will keep on being revenue collector until Mr Bryan ap points somebody in his placeHop klnsvillo New Era William J Bryan will make no such extended speechmaking tour of the country as ho did four years ago Ho will make a number of speeches but they will be all In connection with special occasions and not part of a general swinging around the country Editor John Meloan has sold his Inv terest In the Kentucky State Demo crat Frankfort to the Tier Lew G Wallace Mr Meloan having accepted a clerkship In the office of Auditor Coulter Mr Wallace Is a vigorous writer Ho will make the Democrat a daily during the extra session of the LegislatureTbo committee of thoI Seventh Congressional district met at Frankfort Saturday and ordered a prlI wary to bo held Sept 29 to settle the TrimbleMoody contest in that district Mr Moody still says that he will not go Into the primary and that bo will take the case to the courts for a decis ion as to who Is the legal nominee E L Godkin editor of tho New York Evening Post who was vehement In denunciation of Bryan In 1600 Is now out with an open letter In which ho says My opinion of William Me Kinloy and the men who surround him and act with him is that they are the most dangerous sot of scoundrels by which any civilized country was ever beeet By order of Gov Bcckbam State Inv ipector Hines will examine into the accounts of cxAdj Gen DR Collier and of County Clerk Frank A Pasteur of Caldwell county Mr Pasteur It is charged has mado no report to thoI State auditor since June 6 1S09 Col Collier on January 31 last drew 10 J4413 on a State warrant and no record has been found of the use to which thoI nosey was put Mr Pasteur Is anoth er Brownie II LAST EXCUIISION TO ATLANTIC CITY On Thursday Aug IQtb the Chesa peake Ohio will run Us annual exI cursion to Atlantic City and Capo May Tickets will be sold for both morning and evening trains for 814 for roundI trip from Lexington Winchester IlodI Mt Sterling good returning until Aug 27th Through sleepers for Atlantic City will leave Lexington on the F F V Limited at U M reaching Atluu tlo City next afternoon Sleepers to Washington only on right tralpAt untie City Is the mostpopular aeasldo resort and a visit tboro Is never to bo forgotten Send In your named for sleeping oar reservation or any infor nation you desire George W Barnoy Dlv Pass Agt Lexington Ky The laws of health require that the bowels uiovo onco each day and ono of tho penalties for violating this law is piles Kuep your bowels regular by tak- Ing a dose of Clianiboi Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never have that fovofe punishment inflicted upon you Price 2fi cents For sale by Craig A Hocktr Druggists Attorney Gonorul Brecklnrldge in an opinion furnished to llje secretary of State holds that notaries public ap pointed by W S Taylor aftor Jan 31 are not legal officers can not recover roes paid to republicans claiming to be State ufflolals and must pay additional tees if they wish to reeolvo now con missions a What most people want is something mild nndfiontle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists There Is no clew to tbo robbers who killed Express Messenger Lane on the Pennsylvania railroad between Comm bus and Urbana O A H Rayburn sold to M J Farris a mulo for 870 A lame shoulder is usually cau cd by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber lains Pain Hahn For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists wEight runaway couples reached Bris tol on aa excursion from Virginia All were married with ono ceremony by Parson Burroughs y THE POWERS TRIAL The evidence In the Powers cnso closed yesterday and the jury was tbei taken to tho scene of tho killing V Bradley Golden Hondrlck Catnpbol and Franklin will speak for the Com mouwcallb and Sims Denny Tinslcy Owens and Brown for defense In ordei named Tho judge announced for outlays trial would begin as soon ni Powers is over Tho following is tbe evidence since our last Issue Mrs John Davis said Powers was at her homo sick Jan 25 all day site between 10 and 11 Judge Wilder of Corbin said Nook told him he knew nothing of tbo ron eplracy to kill Goebel and also though Powers Innocent as a lamb Georgetown operator said Noaks tel egraphed to Indiana July 20 to Miss Blankensblp return his letters quick W R Day extreasurer heard Powers on Jan 2J talking to main officer of the L N about transportation Heard Taylor say ho wanted a Western Kentucky crowd Went to Louis ville with Powers the day Goebel was killed Told the same tale as Powers about trip Ho was told by Youtsey shortly beforo the assassination that tho contest could be settled for 8300 YouUey didnt say how but his man nor showed something was wrong and the witness left him Two letters were produced which Day admitted he wrote to C II Hill March 23 and April 3 In which ho almost says that Yout soy Is the assassin He tells Hill to tell Commonwealths attorney to have him summoned Saw Youtecy on the day of the Van Meter contest with a gun at the window of the room between Pow ers and the governors olllcc Window was raised and blind half down Wit ness spoke to Todd who made Youteey move This wu before the 8300 prop sltlon was made Defense here rested in chief having introduced 01 witness against 74 for tbo Commonwealth The failure of Yost and Bradley to ap pear as witnesses according to promise caused much comment Rev John Stamper was then Intro duced by Commonwealth with the view of contradicting him He denied that he said to certain persons that everything Golden said was true but admit ted be said he believed a great portion of it Admitted he told J C Can rill everything olden said was true hen ry Dazelwood and J B Watkins heard James Sparks say Goebel was never to be governor that he would be killed and Taylor would pardon the assassin and that the pardons were all ready- made out except names This was on Wednesday before the shooting Sparks denied saying this ZT Lusby a Georgetown police man heard Stamper say ho believed everything Golden said and was In sym paiby with the prosecution W L Jolt saw Miles arrest Whttta kcr and denied that ho mado threats to occupants of building W F Grayant assistant auditor cold only 85000 of reward fund has been used Culton was paid his salary In December and January This contradicts Stone Jailer Pfliuiz of Louisville said S H Stone complained that Culton was not receiving proper treatment and that bo was a good fellow of fine faml ly and could bo trusted anywhere Three witnesses contradicted Harbor Harkleroad of Barbourvllle about Wharton Golden saying he was In the 100000 reward and exhibiting a roll of billsA L Reid and Z Settle contradicted Attorney Sparks materially Six Frank tort racrobants whose stores are opposite the Capitol eaw no evl deuce of a mob after tho shooting No attempt to attack the building and no need of troops- Jullan Kersey of the Frankfort ml lltla said State troops wore placed on war footing beforo the election Sher iff Sulor said Collier offered to place troops at his disposal provided Collier remained boss Offer refused because they wero not needed The statement that democrats were ready for a fray with arms and ammu nition was disproved by several Asst Librarian Kuvanangh and SorI goantatArms Haley saw Powers on Capitol ground between 4 and dPi Jao15 In close conversation with Chris Flnloy and Wharton Golden This la the day Noaks claims he heard him conspire Powers previously swore that ho was sick in bod all that day- S A Pottlcord saldt Attorney Sin clair had said that the shot sounded like it como from the otllGf of the secretary of State Sinclair said ho did not say It J W Dougherty Gen Brecktn rldgoe colored porter contradicted John Perkins CollloVa porter Per kins had told bin ho did not carry an order to tho arsenal calling out the ml lltla and that bo would not swear It Robt Noaks offered to read his let tore to Miss Blankenshlp for which ho bad telegraped but defense didnt want to hear them James Walker colored heard John Perkins say ho had not carried Colliers order to arsenal for tnlllila und that he would not so testify although they wanted him to A trnln ran solo an omnibus at Sta llngton Pa killing 11 people and wounding many more ii State College of Kentuckyrev offersIolowing t t SchoolClassicalof MM e e CQYFstudy It plefessorsII fuelaght8S lllTilemenM111tnfy for and required satliberalto supply Last year the matriculation list was 563 codoffOrFall Term Begins Sept 10 1- 900Fair WeeBARGAINS f 20 Per Cent Discount on Fancy Suits Straw lisle and Tan Shoes at Cost rdtoCome In on your way to the Fair IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfies Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman A Co If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines Trusses I Q ij Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason ableICraig Hoeker Stanford j A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY v I make close estimates on work and g guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attested by any one of the many parties for yearsIcarry aC Blinds Metal RoofiiiR Rough laud Dressedb 5 Lumber Lath Shingles Etc g I will duplicate any prices offered ttioa MfMtI ClothingAt JInd CloseOut atsj Now Is Your Chance To Jot Bargains In The Above Lines Geo H Parris Co E INTERIOR JOURNAL NFORD Ky AtG 14 1900 w W P WALTON JyiOCftflTIC TJCHET For Pretuhnt 1t7LLIAMJRN VINGS BR YA tf- jt QfXtlraila I For VtcePrtilden ADLAI E sTxrxxsoy OflUinoit For Gorer1Jj J G IP XEGKIIAM OJ Nelson r For Congress GEORGE O GILBERT OI Shelby i IN OLD VIRGINIA RICHMOND Va Auj HTo one itj remembers how this city looked er being looted and moat of it burn by the Yankee army just before KeflUjrender of Leo and his starving remnant of heroes Its pres dragged j u as gratifying as its bcuperaitou has been wonderful In- ice the city of 1900 very little resem jlea that of ISGo Splendid buildings avo been erected in the places of those jurncd and the city has spread to the fen till what were farming lands then low present beautiful homes and sub antial business houses No city In e South has finer private residences Jreatervbapltol Square as the beautiful- rounds enclosing the CapItol execu live mansions and other State build JIgs is called is a charming park of any acres and is kept in perfect con talon by the convicts from the pent tentiary located in the city The cap fcol building is not near so imposing e tha magnificent new city ball hardy but Its historic connections make it iie of the most Interesting buildings to the world It was built In colonial theMateConfederate States It Is filled pith ancient and histories documents balntlngfl and statues together with inany relics of the revolutionary and ther wars Days could be Interesting y spent In examination of the almost putnberless articles of historic nature and a description of them would fill uany volumes On a large sheet ap wars a declaration of the demands and utentlons of the Confederate Congress b whbh with those of the other mem ers tho wellknown signature of Ken uckys distinguished attorney general a attached It may bo a fao simile of he original paper but it looks like tha triglnal and If Robt J Brecklnridffl lldnt sign the document the lithographer has gotten his signature so pert that the general himself coulSot squarejontlnsilarge monument surmounting which Van equestrian statue of George Wash ington end around which on pedestals ippear in bronze the immortal Patrick enry Thomas Jefferson and other Distinguished sons of tbo mother of talesmen and presidents A fine life marblefthere are distributed at Intervals ovel bo square which e7en In this parched l1afernal0iTho greatest Improvement of the Jnany great ones notable on land IsIt The Jefferson b eeryI nest hostelry in thoSoiith It lea an entire block extending from Trankllp to Main Streets and U as iBgnlQcent of exterior as It is palatial f Interior It has rooms for over 600 ball capable of seeing over 1000 and court In the centra titled with rare owersand exotic plants whose beauty ind flagrance are rivaled only by the Ajsreryhe father of democracy Is In the ceo roof the court Iud accounts for the iime of the hotel Tbo building and rounds represent an outlay of 1500 X0 and Judging from the charges the roprletor tries to get his money back rom each guest But the fare and ac commodations are worth a small for unc- o There are many things In which Richmond takes thoAad For one she Is the largest marpfactured tobacco arket IQ the world The amount In fested In the business is stated at about three millions with annual sales of ten millions The only locomotive making establishment in the South Is bore ind does a very extensive business More paper boxes are made here than shipuildfagtant Industry The city is at the head bl tidewater and the falls here being much more pronounced than those at Louisville furnish a power that has een harnessed to run the many manu factories for which it Is noted The apltal of the glorious QJd Dominion AS a glorious past wbicl will only be celled by its future greatueiis 0 Since I have been Ir Virginia I have Imwt lost the run of political and oth ir affairs The Richmond papers con tain little of interest to a Kentuckian Jn fact very little of general fcterest In the matter of newspapers the city tUDOr kept pace with other cities of- liasize nor with its other cnteR riaoa As Important as wo Kectucklaiw think the powers trial the matter le dlsmlw ied with Wmetlmea not QveratlsUck full t while some of the papera Ignore It altogether I do not believe Virgin lane read newspapers as much as Kentuckians do At least I am sure that if there was greater demand for news papers there would bo better ones here New York Philadelphia Balti more and Washington papers are In Richmond by 0 A M and their faclll ties for newa being so much greater their circulation also militates against the Richmond papers The Now York World rugs a special train to carry its papers and other metropolitan dallies are almost as entorprl8lnI 0I have heard very little of general politics here except now and then to hear the admirable acceptance speech of Bryan at Indianapolis favorably commented upon The average unthinking man who ascribes every good thing to the result of MoKlnleys wise administration Is having his credulous confidence rudely shaken by the prevailing and destroying drought They think that he oughtnt to allow the earth to be parched as It is being nor the crops ruined as they arc and will cease to sing pcans of praise to him for blessings which the good Lord alone has vouchsafed They are be ginning too to realize that much of the boasted prosperity of the country at large Is imaginary and confined mostly to the favored few of the corporations trusts und combines and that It is the c1aes and not the musses that are feeling the wavo of socalled prosperi ty supposed to be sweeping the land by order of High Priest Hanna I bear some people who ought to know bet tor say that McKinley has made a model executive and that thoy will vote ro continue him in power but most if not all of the better class of voters are fur Bryan who is as certain of Virgin las electoral vote as death and taxes are inevitable 0The questions now agitating the people are the ones to be considered by the constitutional convention that the voters have decided shall beheld The main one is bow toovercome the gow Ing power of the Negro vote An edu cational qualification Is likely to be adopted with the provision that no voter in 1861 or his descendants shall be disfranchised A similar law has just been adopted by a tremendous pop ular majority In North Carolina which has greatly encouraged the promoters of the scheme for a white mans got ernment Another reform Is to show Itself In the judiciary Intakes a for tune now to go to law the court costs In many cases amounting to a denial of justice I had a little experience in the line and had to pay over 1100 costs In a case originally Involving only 8300 The Virginians are treading on dan gcrous ground though when they go after constitutional conventions They dont always do the right thing or the things expected of them as Kentucky knows and feels to her sorrow otheImanyvery pleasant outing was a short visit to my birthplace at Louisa It had been years since I had stopped there before but the changes In the looks of the place were not as marked as the appearance of the people most of whose faces were either new or forgotten An only aunt and the last of a large family on my paternal side lives there and al though the snows of 75 winters have fallen on her devoted bead she re tabs her youth and bu6yant spirits to a remarkable degree She has grown old gracefully and with loving chil dren to see that her last days are free from care or unsatlstlod desire sheI peacefully and philosophically awaits tho time when she will join tbe loved ones on the other shore which for the take of the loved ones here I hope maybe long delayed The open hearted woleome I received at her homo aDdI the unmistakable gladaoss that shone In each eye of tbe family on my comI ne made me feel indeed and In truth that it was good to ba there I shall never forgot the pleasure of tbe boura that sped all too fast In this charming home clrolqIe At Louisa I bad the honor of meeting Editor James E Bibb of the NewIBesides being most affable and pleasant gentleman he Is a One writer and perwctedlacount the Merjjantholer and make newspaper making a pleasant pastime as with It a man can sit In his parlor and get all his matter In shape for print Ing almost without effort and with tbe greatest dispatch 0Most Stanford people will rememBer Little Willie Walton from Virginia who used to be an attache of the INTE Uion JOUUNAL They wouldnt know him now however lie Is 6 feet tt weighs 220 pounds and the name ofV B Walton hies at Us roast head as cdl tor and proprietor of the Hanover HerI aid a prosperous and well edited newspaper He is jnarricd too and three good looking children now hang about his knee and call him pupa o Except for the excessive heat and the terrific drought which has put a blight on all Vegetation thereby destroying the pleasing effects of many pretty landscapes and romantic places my visit has been all that heart could wish Everything has been done to add to our comfort and pleasure and many things bavo occurred to make our stay one that will only fade when memory itself is no more Ne have spent most of our time in the cozy residential city of Ashland whose houses are almost hid In the thick groves god vineembower surroundings In which they nettle It looks much more like a summer re sort than a business centre There are scarcely half a dozen stores In town tMj residents buying their supplies principally in Richmond only 10 miles distant and with which communication Is had by 20 trains a day Most of the men living there do business In Rich mond the railroad company bselllnJ an annual ticket for 150 good to go and return as often a day as the holder wishes making It cheaper for them to ao so Randolph Macon College the largest Methodist school in the South Is located here but the buildings are not very imposing Within a few miles Is the birthplace of Henry Clay and nearby tbo mill that ho used to go to when a barefooted boy which circum stances gave him tyf name of The Mill Boy of the Slashes The town is named in honor of his residence Patrick Henrye home is not far distant und In Old Hanover C H Seven miles away he made some of the speeches that gave him fame if indeed his fam ous Give me liberty or give mo death was not said there Many glo rlous memories cluster around the name of the county but it is to the dearer ones that my mind Is now directed It was the home of my parents who have for long years slept beneath Us sod and where I grew to manhood amid the fond surroundings of everything that contributed to a sweet old home recollections of which grow brighter and stronger as the years go- by It is there that my only sister has her summer homo and where for a reek I have enjoyed Its comforts and bur good cheer and that of her boys now some of them almost grown to manhood A dear old maternal aunt lives there also and with the numerous cousins and old friends the hours have flown all too fast It has been the most restful week I have enjoyed for years and has almost made me forget the trials and tribulations that beset a rural newspaper maker and unless they be recalled I will cease to scribble for the present for the cheapest and best W P W WEare agon constrained to express tile desire that there will be a long strong and unanimous pull to either ref peal or so modify the present election law as to cause it to meet with the ap proval of all fatrmindei people Every law in a government of the people by the people ought If possible to stand this teat While the present law Is not one thousandth part as bad as repre sented yet It is a stumblingblock in the paths of many good men who without examining for tbemselveshava been misled by the misrepresentations and vindications heaped upon it into considering it a hydrabeaded monster Laws are perfected exactly like all other human creations The Inventive genlu8after thorough study constructs a machine as nearly perfect as he can for certain work yet he never consid ore It completed until ho has seen it In practical operaton He can tben tell by observation whether or not it is a success and If not the defects are apparent and he endeavors to correct them Kentucky never produced a man better fitted by nature training and experience than William Goebel for drafting a perfect law The present law whether oV not it was his produc Lion was at least fathered and sent forth by him as being in his opinion as nearly perfect as possible This opin ion was shared by numerous others Its object was to prevent frauds in elec ttpns Goebel bad but little opportun ity to observe its operation as his ca reer was cut short by an assassins bul let All will agree that in the tests given the law frauds were not pre vented Goebel was no part of a moss back but was progressive in every par ticular Had he lived he would have attempted at the first opportunity to either discard or to amend the law In all particulars In which IPfalled to accomplish that fbr which It was enacted The last think on earth that he would bave desired would have been the re tention of anything on account of his memory which was capable of Im provement and which was liable to create dissensions in his parlys ranks On the contrary be would have those left behind to continue the work where be left off to be loyal and true to the great common people by seeing thatI curb a law was finally enacted us would Insure the counting of their votes The law was from tbe first opposed by a large and respectable element of the party whose dissatisfaction has Increased since seeing it In practical operation But the opponents of Goobel and the opponents of the Goobel law by no means compose the same class Some of the laws bitterest opponents were his staunchest friends We want harmony and want it now above all things It woald be a great mistake to keep up tbe old light in the parts ranks with the law as tbe bono of contention All that anybody can ask U a fair and just law one that will correctly ascertain the will of the people How much better It would be for those who still have an abiding faith In the present law to compromise on one satisfactory to everybody to show the conciliatory spirit of the Apostle Paul when be said If eating meat causes my broth or to offend thou will I cat no meat Moreover it Is a maxim In military tactics to ascertain It possible what the enemy desires then do the opposite It Is well known that the enemy Is violently opposed to the law being touched It is their chief stock in trade for the campaign Remove it and they arc undone their thunder is etol en We will then have to encounter only a toothless viper Agreat deal of blowing and hissing will be done but no biting The election of governor will be assured and it may save us the presidency Notwithstanding their air of selfconfidence the republicans real ize that they are In the fight of their lives Four years ago It required a co lossal corruption Nod and the untiring efforts of their shrewdest tricksters to defeat a comparatively unknown and beardless youth That youth today Is in the full stature of manhood tho In carnation of honor an intellectual giant the idol of the American people raised up by the Almighty to drive the money changers from the Temple The enemy Is evdn now quaking for fear of tho effects of his blows when with elo quent tongue ho impeaches them of high crimes and misdemeanors for tho army scandals tho stealing In Cuba the fostering of trusts tho squandering of public funds nod so ad Infinitum The vote of Kentucky may turn the balance and no better pretext than the Goebel law will be wanted to throw It out The Tilden and Hayes outrage la fresh In out minds and history Is fond of repetition Tim London Echo Ic tickled to death because that conservative democratic newspaper the Danville Advocate has not put up the names of Bryan Stevenson and Bcckham at Its head Brer Dyche should remember that largo bodies move slowly and that the election is a long time off Of course the Advocate will support democratic nominees all democratic newspapers do A LETTER written by Senator Mor can of Alabama to a friend in 1852 has been discovered and published in which he says bo never know of a man getting In trouble who took his wiles advice But we will guarantee that the old gentleman never knew of a man who didnt get Into serious trouble when he refused to take hU wifes ad vice LOUISVILLE is rejoicing over Its great Increase of population as shown by the census returns and Cincinnati mourning over the smallness of Its in crease The latter city will soon be known as a Covlogton suburb If It doesnt spread itself IF Powers trial lasts much longer Owens fines for contempt of court will consume his fee but if the publics contempt for Owens could bo assessed in money and collected it would consume his entire estate A NEW YORK girl has sued a firm of millers for damages for pasting a likeness of her face as an advertisement on flour barrels She would probably com promise for some extra white flour to paste on her face A YOUTII was recently fined one cent In a neighboring court for committing an assault and battery on his ex per ating aunt He is now doubtless re conciled for any body can stand a oneI cent auntieTHANG the assassins on tbe hackberry tree ML VERNON a Workmen are making good progress on the various new buildings Reader how many tree frogs bave you seen during your existence Mrs Thomas Bowman died at an ad vanced ago in Skacfja Valley Sunday The telephone poles for the lino be tween Wildle Orlando and Mt Vor non are all sot The band boys leave Wednesday to play three days for tbe G A R re union at WoodetockIJohn Carter a telegraph lineman while trimming out brush Monday on tbo Wildle line cup himself severely above the knee The old brick hotel will have its first door changed Into two storerooms Work will begn as soon as S W Da vis vacates for his new house William H Colyer one of Drod beads best citizens died Sunday night after a long Illness of consumption The burial was conducted by the Masonic fraternity Tbe trouble between two stone com panics at Landlord seems to be settled at least both companies are going ahead with work In suite of an Injunction gotten out by one of tbe compan les i Judge Williams is yet at Mallory Springs aced we and glad to say Is lat proving in health and RockcdBtla coun ly throughout earnestly desires the early resotration to health of blr noble defender of the peoples rights If the band boys would refrain from playing so much on Sunday especially during services at the churches It would make a better impression upon visiting strangers anti cause home folks to feel that the boys are all rlghtl but have been somewbat thoughtless Alias Delora Brown of Texas who has had delightful visit of several weeks with relatives In the fevel Green neighborhood Is with Mrs G B Lawrence Miss CalflcAdnmwho made many friends while here In the spring Is visiting her coj JnMUa Ida May AJams Mrs Willis Adams and daughter Mss Ida May were In Crab Orchard lust week Miss Mollle Settles Is tho truest of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs VT Short Dr A E Ew ers andtduughtcr gladden returned Saturday from Lake Wlnona Ind where they have been spending their vocation Mrs E T England and children Xellieund Boy of Barbourvllle who bave been for several days the guests of their aunt Mrs Willis Adams left Thursday for Paint Lick to visit Mrs England mother Mrs Jack Adams W F C Champ was hero fromJ Pulnt Lick Sunday to see a Mt Veroon belle EJ Short was at home Satur day and Sunday This U the first time Ed has been at home since ho accepted the position with Mr Creech afJEast Bernstadt and his many friends were heartily glad to neo him Mrs C C Williams and daughter Rissereturned Monday from Mallorv Springs Dr P W Logan offers his splendid farm of 156 acres for sale In another s column He has sold nearly 94000 worth of stock cattle teed e oft of It this year and has low left GEO A EUIJANKS III n candidate for Jailor of subject to tho notion of tho democrat party JAMES T JONES Is n cnnilldato for Jailor of Lincoln county pearISWM LASDRAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty1 subject to tlcmocrnUc action THALES H WRIGHT is n candidate for Ammtor of Lincoln coon ty subject to the notion of tho democratic party DINK FARMER la n cimlldito for Juliet subject to tho no tion of tho democratic party Ho solicit your support JOHN C PEPPLES Countysubjectty Your support Is solicited rRUITTBROSUXnKKTAKKUS MORELAND KENTUCKY- M E 1KUITT PRACTICAL KKDUME- HSpltndld IJTrjr In Connection IUtn lUuontble- WTwoSymroM Work Mutes ferule JaW PARKHILL Mr Dr SOMEDPATHIO PSTSICIAN xpcrlencuInoften hit aervlco to the public of Stanford and vicinity attention given toMacechronic rates opposite Court llouto OIDcobltu THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FYRS2CLASSHotel 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all put of The City Everything neat and clean OLD MOCK WHISKY George tJ Wcathorford has a contract tot fULL COVTHOL AKn SALE of Old Mook Whla ky In Ilustouvlllc Ky II O MOCK DanTllto Ky FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager SALE OF LAND AND STOCK t laorJtrUdlfMr tb MUle of the late Mrs Mirtba 3ln lrton I wfli olftr for ale on lb prru iut nei r Crab Orehtnl on Saturday Sept 1st I9OO Her tire containing = === 40 === or zml Mutgnu taaU wtjl improved wild Week htuxbfMrra IMMI sit tof gurdin orchard TKHMJ lUlf n lnloo In 1J tedtb with Intern I lunlenaionasoon atsraaaroeew llIhAt tluip I sal wll same llorm and Cows tale at to Ilia n r II blMilKTOif Atlmr 34th Annual Encampment CHICAGO ILL AUG 27tli To 3ist 7900 Low Excursion Rates- Via The And Connecting Lines To Chicago Return SleefersadRouteet orkW C JU EAntON O V A Cincinnati vas udR vY Sweeping ReductionsON r Y Lowest prices of old Summer Ivory department hi our house sparkles xvltlr scores offIrresistible Bargains It Is hard to specialize Items which most deserve publicity when so many are equally worlhy so we mention a few articles In each department and promise you the entire stock la Proportionately Low Domestics Another case of Percales just received 100 quality go for We have thrown out a lot of 12c Per- cales to close at 81Bud 7jc These are not lord stock but the best bright now patterns We still have some good patterns In Calico that we will allow each customer 10 yards for 35c Check Shirting Cotton Corker Brand lIe SO Inch Brown Sheeting 5c 60 Inch red rable Linen only ISc- CO Inch rod and blue checked Table Linen fast colors 25c Shoe Bargains 1 Lot Ladles Dongoa Iatont Tip 81 50 shoes will sold this week for COc Lot Ladles all leather flexible tolo Oxfords In 3 and Sj for 40c they are worth 160 3 and 33 only 1 Lot of liens Globe toe Congress hoes worth f2 will go for 1125 Furnishings Notions Men s Silk Bosom Shirts worth II will eo again this week al roc Louisville Store Mens Negligee Shirts 60c quality w lUbeioMtforSl Mens lOc hemstitched linen handker chiefs only EctOne line of 200 I Lose In tan or black to be closed at hOc One lot ofO1S Suspender wire buckles web emit cheap at UOo will be closed nt DC Ladles Dopstltch hose worth 20c go in this weeks sale for lOc Summer Corsets 23c Choice of any 60c want In the house 39c A few of the big bargains in Linen Skirt loft only 4Sc A line of white braided blue duck Skirt left to close for 73- cClothing Another crash In Gush Suits Wo will sell them as low aa tl this week Iloya Wash IanU lOc Mens Linen Coat Ou our regular clothing stork we will cut them In half All Serge CastitmTC Tweeds and Scotches will go at Prices unheard of be fore 1 SHLINGER BROS PRORS TC RANTiiY MGR te S UCLEANUpIJSALE J On Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers If you tint Bargain see our BARGAIN COUNTER W E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky Wa BoM9BOBEJElTS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully Oiled day or tight Patent MudioinM of almost every kind Beautiful Hoe of Stationery lllink Hooks of every doicriptfon- O III co Long Diitanco Telephone 6 ntIGtpato The Wants of Oar Trale and One Furnish Any Thing In Clothing Furnishings And Shoes At The Lowest Prices f Our fiyles are never stale but always up to tho Very Minute Ia See Our Stock and be Convinced i CunjminsAlcClary r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv AUG 14 JrOO E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAOEI THE boil malcriiila combined with and accuracy Inuro good cluerskill other methods arc over 6 used In our prescription Work Penn Drug Store TPERSONALS Miss SALMIS SMITH la at Lexington attending the fair J K POKTMAN spent several days with his wife la LouUvlllo Mus D P MARTIN spent last woek with her mother at Mt Vernon Mlts WILLIAM CURTIS went over to Lexington yesterday to visit friends Mil E B PATTKltSOtfU spending n few days with relatives In Lexington A C MAUTIN of Somerset was with old friends and relatives hero ycstor day Mil AND MUS J M ALVHIWOl spent Sunday with bin mother at Richmond Eiii PRNNINQTON will leave Wed nctday fur St Louis with a view to lo eating Mil AND MUS T A RIDE are back rom a visit to relatives at Richmond and Paris KOHCKT KOUTON one of Hock cae tIes boil democrats was In to leo us yesterdayA RU1lt of Pulaski a good friend of this paper attended court hero yesterday MIss GKOUOIA HAKKIS of Ldncas tar was tho guest of Miss Ratio Mor than last week Mlts W C SHANKS and son Ilmrt well went Ui Lexington Saturday to IJirentlf and sis ter Miss Marti are visiting relatives at Carapbellsvlllo TUB health of Mr John May Is glv lag his friends distress and anxiety Somerset Journal- MESSIIS ED WILKINSON and Wm Hamilton spent Sunday at John W Moores In Casey Mtss SADIE LILLAUD who has been utAlbovlllo N C for some time Ii with Mr Mary Craig MI88 UALLIE THOMAS who has been with Miss Mary MclloberU returned to Loulsvlllo Sunday Mus MARTHA MCAtISTtR tho ailed mother of Mr J II McAllstor Is very ill at her homo In Danville MESSIIS J W OIVENS and J W Rocker of the West End are attend lag the Ilussell Springs fair MU8T D PHKLPS and daughter Mist Mlnva Pbolp of Richmond are guests of Mrs Mlnorva Cobb MIL S M ALLEN wife and dough tcr Margaret Woods of Mlllorsburg spent last week At E P Woods Mil R R GBNTHV will tako charge of his butcher shop In Danville tomor row Ills family will not move down for two weeks MB WASH BROWN of Liberty was hero Sunday tolling his friends about tbo great fair to bo hold at his town Sept 6 0 and 7 W R PmmVKLL and son Walter of Mlddlcsboro were bore Sunday Mr P Is an L X conductor and has three loni firing MR J C McKEE ofKlngsvlllo who lies a peach orchard of 10000 trccstclli us that ho has hardly a fourth of a crop of that delightful fruit MB GEOIIUE McCotiMACic and daughter Mle May of Ovrcnetoro have been with hie parents Mr and Mr Win McCormack MRS MaRY COCHUAN Is back from a visit to Mrs J R Bailey In Mcrcur Miss Mildred Halloy accompanied her and Is with relatives here Oil D E PiiocTOU of Rockcaatlo was on yesterdays train returning from Ntw York City whore ho had bi on to rdns lit a physician about his health Mus MARY COOHUAN and Miss LK lie Peyton will be Prof M O Win frays assistants In the public school thi next session of which begins Supt 3rd Mil J P RlKFE and wife A J Ad ems and sister Mis Mary Mossn J W Powell and Samuel McKlnney of the West End aro at Tuthams Springs P K TuiiiiiLK had routed of S P Stagg his U25 aero farm In Shelby county but will not movo to It afore Jan 1 Mr Stagg will likely move to Louisville EDITOR R O CUNNINGHAM of the News and J J Bowman of Danville wero hero at court yesterday Mr Cun ningham gut a number of subscribers to his good paper Miss MAdoiE UltiailT of Suinford was tho guest at her aunt Mrs Amor lea Gentry Misses Josephine Reid and Mamie Bowman wero judges In the cake walk Advocate M P ELKIN of Stanford State Organizer for the Maccabees Is hero for the purpose of putting on a no fooLing tho lodge at this piano which through negligence of a part of the members had about gone unl1orMt VerDUn Signal TliK following gentlemen spent Sat urday at Crab Orchard Springs Col W G Welch Judges M C Saufloy J W Alcorn lion R 0 Warron W a Burch P bL McRoborts Harvo Helm Col T P Hill Judge J P Bailey and IL D Gregory DM J P Peyton and Ii BrownGEN COLLIER of Lancaster was on yesterdays train bound for FrBnklortIII am going to toll thorn what 1 did with that 31004413 I drew on Clerk Paeteur of Caldwell county for I have a cancelled cheek for a little over 98000 of H and tho rest of the money IB Whore It belongs he sal1 t MRS P TltiliiiLt Is visiting ltor parents In Payetto 0 R WILKINSON one of Caiey good citizens was hero yesterday Miss ESSIE Button told little sister Mary uro at Crab Orchard Springs Mils NANNIK S SAOKLEY Is moving hOI family to hor recently purchased property on Exit Main otrect Miss NAN NEYLAND will entertain tho Tennis Club this evening Miss Lucllo Cooper will do likewise tomor row evening MUS CIIAS WlIEELKIt and daughter Miss Mamlo of Huslonvllle are visiting tho family of James D Bur now Carlisle Mercury SEND my paper to Paris Franco writes Miss Sue Cozatt of Park vlllo who has gone to tho exposition I dont want to miss an Issue of It ehi added MB J ROY B ROSE returned Mon day evening from a weeks visit to his old homo at lluttonvlllo Ho was also In Cincinnati and Loulsvlllo while away buying goods MIddloeboro News LOCALS BuaaiES harness whips fie cheap at Wearen Bros SBB our force pumps Now and unproved G IL Farris L Co TliY our Veal Loaf Biggest bargain of tho day Warren S Shanks A NEW spiral wlro grain tube at Illgglns di McKlnneys Pits any drill Youn account paMt and wo need tbo money Please settle k Beck TRY Mvcrs Everett butcher ehoj under the Myers Dousd for a good steak or roast YOUK taxes Bro now past duo and you must not put off paying them long er but come at once S M Owens bcriUaWu wero In error concerning the sale of Isaac Hamiltons bank stock It will bo sold hero at 1030 A M Sept 10 court day YOU might open dew pleas antly at tbo Hustonvlllo colored fair this week Tbo cako walk will bo worth your time to see IT would bo a good Idea to havo the creek Hooded occasionally The odor from It at Its present stagnant condi thin Is not conducive to either health or happiness Tine sale of lobo valuesable citato belonging to the lato Squire J S Mur phy comes off at public auction In Irogt of the courthouse tomorrow af ternoon See ad- THE Earnest Workers society of tbo Presbyterian church will have a Sock Social at the homo of Mr W B MoRoberU Thursday evening next If you get a little sock flll It with mon oy and take It to the social A CINCINNATI man committed sul cldo because the carrier quit delivering his paper We bavo been very appro houslvo about some of our readers on account of mall Irregularities and ox tra precautions will bo taken boreal tar HELD John Dixon who was arrest ed at Crab Orchard charged with stealing a valise belonging to Prof C C Monroe the Institute conductor waived his examining trial and was held over to circuit court In 1300 which ho failed to give THE reception given by the Mission Band nt the Christian churchFriday evening was a must pleasing ntfulr Ba sides music by busses Etta Belle Cloyd Maude Varnon Josephine Hayajjn Al lie UulTman tbo wonderful Norlleet children of Knarnoy Mo and ethers Ices and cakes wore served all for the small sum of 10 cents Tbo receipts ware 22 60 which go toward building i lama for the orphan children of In din Tint catalogues of tbu Liberty fair which begins Wednesday Sept 6th and eoqtlnuoa throe days aro In press at this office and will bo out in a few days There Is a ring for almost everything and the premiums Bro as usual liberal There will bo running trotting and pacing races each day and good purses are offered Tho oillccra aro F P Combost president James O Coulter Vice president and A P Young see raturv and treasurer With such men as officers the fair can not be otherwise than a success Tho directors and vivo presidents are substantial citizens from a hull dozen counties If you want to have fun and lots of It make your ar rangements to attend the Liberty fair KILLED INSTANTLY Llghtnlnfl Bruck the house of John B Anderson In tho Preachoravlllo section at 130 Sunday afternoon and the shock In stantly killed his wife who was stand tog on the porch Mr Anderson was lying on a bed close to whoro a hole was torn In the wall and was also con siderably shocked With the exception of her eye brovra and lashes being slug edthoro woro no marks on Mrs Ander sons body when the brokenhearted husband reached her aide Tho chim nay was torn down and tho houso was con ll1eraby damaged Besides Mr An derson four children the youngest of which Is only four months Bro loft to mourn the losa of a loving wife and In dulgent mother The romalds woro laid to roar in tho Goshcn burying ground yesterday morning but the fu neral will not bo preached until next Sunday when Eld J G Livingston will do so at Goshen church Mrs An derson was Miss Annie Jonnson and a bettor Christian woman would havo been haul to fled Groat sympathy U felt for the husband and children In the lose they have sustained r d NEW Disc plow at Higgles Me Klnnoye SADDLES good and cheap Geo II Farris f Co FIIBSII Cakes Candles c at Warren tt Shanks Fit US groceries fruits and candles at W II Brady REDOUND secondhand school books at Craig k Hookers FIVE bushels of chicken feed for 81 J U Baughman tt Co Wn ar handling tho Lightning Hay Prove and repairs Wearen Bros I AM receiving handsome line of suitings for fall wear Como In and Inspect U C Ruploy UNDEU tho lIver House is tbo plncoI to find tender neat at low prices Give us a trial Mvorn Jt Everett THEIB many friends deeply eympa thlze with Dr and Mrs J T Morris In the lose of their little six months old childFAttalEttsRetu our wheat sacks at once or call and pay for them We need them to receive wheat This means you J II Baughman it Co NEW STgnEJ Gold has rented the little room on Lancaster street In the Commercial Hotel building and opened out a took of china ware granite ware fic He will put In a lot of second hand clothing later Dit P W Loo AN cud his entire fam- Ily extend heartfelt thanks to the many friends who In tho hour of distress rendered grateful aid during the re cent Illness of their dear son and broth erVoodleAPRIVATLtipcuwes that Dr John M Williams of Mt Vernon will be nominated for Congress at the conven tion to bo held In Richmond but wo are still backing our entry the Hon Gray Gelding Davlson GARTER BROS Waller George and Bynum have rented Mr Isaac Hamil tons storeroom at Rowland and will open a general stock of merchandise at once They Arc clover young men and hove lots ot friends who wish them wellDIAT11Mr W L McCarty of Klngsvillc who was hero yesterday told us of the death of Wm Payne a good citizen of his section Ho died of fever and was burled in the Murphy burying ground Sunday afternoon Mr Payne was 25 years old and loft n wife and one child YOUK attention Is tolled to the announcement of Gus McCormack who wants to felvo ale party as assessor Ho mado a splendid deputy under As sessor E D Kennedy and feels that with the experience ho has had bo could fill the olllce creditably Mr McCormack Is a dyed ln thewool dem ocrat an excellent citizen and is well equipped for the office bo aspires manTILE strongest will bo nominated even If a Brown democrat has to bo selected sajd the Hon Gray gelding Davlson to a Courier Journal correspondent In Louisville tbo other day Ho was talking through his hat about the republicans candidate for Congress In this district Wo will make my district the battle ground and expect to carry it with the aid of the Brown men ho continued in his whlst ng effort to keep up his coura o A SPLENDID SIEECH Attorney General H J Brecklnrldgo spoke to a large and enthusiastic audience at the court house yesterday Ills arraign went of the military and Imperialistic ten Thnoies of the republicans was the finest thing that we have hoard or rend m the subject He then took up tho issues of the State campaign and dls cussed theta thoroughly and displayed n complete mastery of the subject 10- st4lnd of stealing the odleos the demo rat hnti discovered me thieves who itolo them and reooverod their prop arty He exploded the claim of the legality of causing mountaineers to warm in on the capital but even If legal they bad no right surely to create a reign of terror and commit as aesluatlon Tbo democrats had fol lowed the law and the proper tribunal IIId decided In their favor and all acts or the usurpers and those acting under them after the decision were traitor bus lIe showed up the loose business methods of the republicans while in of flee At least two clerks have boon permitted to default In largo sums by the auditors falling to require them to make monthly reports While the law locsnt permit a cent to bo paid Into the hands of the adjutant general who gives no bond upwards of 10000 bud been turned over to Collier for certain uses and they haY Daniel busy now straightening his accounts Tho former superintendent public Instruction jy holding back funds of one year to make a big show the next has gotten things into a terrible muddle Theso Bro only samples of many ehoricotn ngs They are on a hot Iraok after lIa1ngBlosrlorslng all the actions of lite party be has shouldered a great load Certain speakers at the republican convention bad said the Indiana patriots could como homo when Yerkes was elected Do they speak authoritatively If the oOlco ot governor Is rightfully Taylor why dont tidy try to got it back for him Wouldnt It be as unjust to glvo It to Yprkcs as Beckhara He is In favor of changing the Goobcl law bu cause It needs changing Isle do scrip tine of the scenes attending tho reign or terror of which bo was a personal witness was as fine a specimen of oratory as we over heard Tho speech was liberally applauded from beginning to end and produced a fine effect s J L JONES sold to A B Slier lour lots In Rowland for 8350 vG L PENNY has received the hand eomcet cash register over scan hero A HALFWAYfalrofforonnny Ladles low opt shoes gets them Jno P Jones Tim L f N will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday nt 81 50 Till L wllfsoliround trip tickets to the Elks fair at Lexington this week at ono fare WE sell Hananf Staoy Adams and Hclmusbetlmanni bhoee To a sboe man this is conclusive evidence whore to buy John P Jonas NEWS comes from Boyle that that sterling democrat B W Lillardwill more than likely bo too next represen tative from that county TUB thing inthe county court yesterday was tho qualifying of Mrs Magglo Webb us administratrix of her husband Potter Webb JONES Is opening up lots gf new fall goods this week A peop at ibo ladles ties handkerchiefs dress goods gloves fie evinces good taSte and euro LEN SHANNON writes us from More land that bo was treated unfairly attho Dauvlllu fair The blue tie was given to a 10hand roadster In the pbnnon pony ring over his fine entry which was less than 10 hands high IT was reported hero this morning that the wife and children of Thomas Alford of Mllledgevillo were badly hurt by tbo horse they were driving running away but how serious the Juries are we lire unable to learn CHURCH MATTERS Rev A M Lambert writes from Willlamsburg that bo has jUst closed an Interesting meeting at Earloa Chapel which resulted In 15 additions and a general awakening of the church memo bore Elds J G Livingston and A J Daughcriy are conducting an Interest leg meeting at Pine Grove which has resulted so far In 15 additions A church organization of 60 members was effected The Rev John A Lee Covlnglon created something of a sensation at the Crlttcnden Baptist Association In Grant county by making a semi polk ical address in which he made a sharp onslaught on Congressman Berry +THIS AND THAT A B Florence sold to T D Raney a family mare for f2 There arc cases of yellow fever in Havana four of the victims being Americans J B Genlrys once good race mare Aureole has broken down and ho has bad her shipped home for a rest lion Albert A Stoll announces that he will be a candidate for mayor of Louisville at the election In November 11101IA petition asking for the removal of Claude Chlnn from t position of couc ty clerk ot Fayetle will be filed this week In the court of appeals Tom Penco sold to Craig Gooch 25 ewes at 81 25 and bought of J C Lynn some heifers at lc Ho bought of John C Poppies 75 owes at 13 75 and sold to him 100 ewes ai 34 W L Moore administrator of Gran vlllo Ncal has sued the town of Jelll co Teen for 820000 Neal was imprisoned for drunkenness there and be- wad burned to death when the Jailwas burned GITS McCORMACE li a candidate for Assosslir of Llne Iii coun ty subject to the action of tho dtmioirntlc party Drs Slavin OSTEOPA Phillipsj mil be In Ila BTlll Krtl Mundayi AVelnwlaya and win W In Stanfonl Tu stInIaef In tIM lMinlnlon llnlldtuf Stanford Ub lice hoop to 4 M1 tb r OSTEOPATHY fhl Science originated put dereJoped by Dr A T StUl of Xlrorlllo JIu depends on the irlnvlil 9Af Anatouiy and rhytlulujy for III N ulU Itreegulrauofaith no drug te rubbing lurglcal operatloui elalml hlog nui r ullIral1IIlJIalhyvlma a machine olio many parts It keynote U adjuituient When all fans lie properly adjusted anti not orcrvorktd health Ii the result Some of th dltease treated by m Nervous rostratlpn Headache Neuralgia Itbetiuiatltiu Catarrh bye Oranulated Ildn Uoltre ComllpatlonlIlaOallacts and Inlllol trontlea Dieae 011 tae and olnli SplnalOurraturci Dltloratlun stlirJnlnt artlrili Incontinence of Urine Lucomoior tAx f la Feuiile Ultciue a ipcclalty Coniullatlou Free b1iii i iiirii tiiiiiiriItJ STYLISH RELIABLE = tg Recommended by Leading Urenmaker A A They Alw yi Please sv M S CALL PATTERNS NONE BETTER AT ANY PRiCe 5 tHtm In nuttyI Sltltiyiduct to ut On ctnt nsmptuthdAiUmt your nurt Jg THE McCALL COMPANY 5 Ij 38 to 148 14th Stied NiwYork J imiKCn ornca t fc lip Pllttl Ave Chlco and toll Market 5t tan FrutcKco 3 M GAILI NAGAlINE BrljhU t HUjMloo PuMhbtd Contain Beautiful Colored Plate llluiuatu Latest Pittcro Faab Work Aeentwsnt4lorhatngaslnlaeurrloultly rk t r an r r4In SktttlrtUitnlyfiOoMcrMr a FKES ads THE McCALL COn 138 to 146 W Mth St Nsw Yor- krxmttftttttttttttftttHW 1Vuntcd To Rent A Rood form coiitnlnlnB from to acres AddruiM ADVEIITUKH Lancas ter Ky SHEEP FOR SAllE I have for ale 150 Mountain Ewes and 150 Imllnna Shce also a lot of South- down Bucks J 11 Roach Cooks Springs o triiUce Itowlnnil Ky Int J ru FaNE OITIIAVOUK11ST sod CONSUIT1NC 1ITI UI AN Will tr In this vicinity for a few day tt- wlllW5ladtowtwuTI three eapringwhh In f iluor typo of1n trtulil IVint lt the that you have trln other end failed tu get relief keep you y Hi guarantee luimcdlat relief or swakes no tbirn For Sale Or Trade I Two No1 Ilird eli Clotrr IluUrn 2 yeses ol- dOnChamptoultekCrusheronelony How Mill Ilrennen ACot miko god ee new one W bone onlaInIIrfft rrrTllle Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE I Dr P W Lngins him of IK urn of No hanging Fork land Ii for sue prlrnUlt It hll upon ha splendid two ttnry brick Imge lolMreo orchard and nccjury out bsllding Fifty to 00 sties Irgln fulwmrdlendI a flniclauftrui LovatedoilStanfordtMllledg- eIlleturnplkemnenlenttodepnls on C S nj I rjllrovl It Ii a good home and a profitable Innitmtnt BLUEGRASS SEED JtOOol1II11lIr1hater rot buy L C DUNN Mr Hairs Kr FARM FOR SALE llendl1IInnd has on It a dwelling cf fire rooms and grad tenant liou o besides necessary outbuilding Splendid orchard good well and two vprloen Terms easy WHWIHOUT Hustonvlllc Ky BroU Fair Aug 29 30 31 Persons desiring to go the Drodhcsd Fair goInRoad Has Been Repaired From Crab Orchard to Brcxlhe id and itIIs only seven miles TWO FARMS FOR SALE luring decided to change mr vocation I prlvatel my farm on which I lire 34 of a tulle from Crab Orchad Ky This firm U line unit In good ttatoot cultivation acrm ol rive r bottom nd tint U corn and meadow land balance 80 acm Is upland ant welt adapted to corn wheat blue grass and all other croho A brick dwelling of a rooms and cellar a well of iplendld Ireotone water at the dour two good tenement houses new barn and all uemurjr ontbulldlngi with plenty ol good fruit and an bund nc9 of stock wa er make thin the mast desirable Una In Ibis end of the county AM a firm ofaboul acm H mile lion Crab Orchard Kyon Lancaster street oppotlla the fa mom Crab Orcbtrd All In gnua with a large stork tarn and an abundance of water with one of the flnesLJjulldlng slaw In the neighbor hood Also a nice collide In SianforJTCy on Ijncii tr street with good clitern Ac attached or IIrlbe n It IthtoNAt111ICrab QrchardSy 1lIIHSIDCA AND tEAL ESTATE I AT AUCTION I will sell at public Suction to tho highest bidder o- nMonday Sept xotli 1900 ounty Court day In Stanford 30 or 40 sham of Lincoln County National JlunkI Stock my 0 Hoora Husldcnco in Rowland Ivy with good barn and other outbuildings and a Storehouse In Rowland Ky 23CO 2 feet high and two stories A splendid cation 1oseselou given at once Cull If you wish to see tho IroJ1Lrt or wrlto If you leslro a fuller description TEKMS Onethird cash balance In ono and two years IdAAO HAMILTON Howland IyI AN ORDINANCE To Ueluce and Exclude Certain Territory Iron The Present and Umlta of the City ofijnford Ky The City Council do ordain as follows There llalibe excluded from the present Ilmlti of the cl I of Stanford all of that territory nuUUle of the Widowing lint and boumlarv towlt llegln ilug at a stake at Hundleys East I1Aleo t hear of of the Loiliill A Hll rudthenceSorth3lsKist J3llol lo North wept eoruerof John Krlijtu tanner of halley In loadiilghta line theca North sshEast 221 poles oNartbwest corner of S Iwcee South t 1W talestoaatakuouoldb- ruudary line andtA1 feet along and line from the center of elm tanfnnl and Cyst Urehard lurapiko benoo South bet H 78lou pole to a unite on South bank of et Aupbt branch on laud of Mrs h Shanks thence South 78 West UO poles a Moue In North abutcut of bridge on the Itanfoiil and lozina Crwk turnpike near the hut IWA Tribble thence 8outlj 2uy Vest la 810 poles to a IUket South tast corner of J S Hock e1 thence South 7J Wett 310 poles to n take at wutliweil corner of 8 II Uaughminj yard thence Nonh 43 West 1st pole to i iwiut In the Stanford and lliiitonTlllr turnpike 10 link NortheestofNorthratt abutiuent of the brlfce thence North otJWea poles to a take In lino 011 F Hoot cmeterr lot thence Normu 9 weal 210 hula lIb beginning corner at lluutileya lt Said lliiea shall be and constitute tholimitsandboundaryottee per ol naford Mayor L UUOIIKS Clerk Valuable Real Estate To bo sold at Exocutorb Sale on 1lrcdnesdayAtlg151900To It 11 u In trout oCthocoarthouiolnStau onlUvy No A fine bluo grass farm of 200 acres 3i miles West Qtilantolld ou tho lluston llio pUtf in nVIilBli stato of cultivation havllll a goad dWlllllul a SO barn sae orchard fencing drat eluss und well unt r ell 53 acres now lu corn balance In grate No 1lno blue grass pasture of 40 ease III the suburbs of Stanforq No 3 lirlck storeroom and warehouse fronting on Slain Si feet and extending South on Lancaster street ZO feet Host milneiia lnStunford No Old church lot fronting on Dpnotl troet rout null tsiju ue buck 100 feat with outlet tgMill trie Now used llii a lumber No 8 ThoMonroo Smllh tract of ICnob land on Green river near Jumbo of About acres vuluablo for timber and mlucnUs No 0 About 300 acres of Knob lund on the head water of Orcen river near llnlia lap nil In Wrest lurcllll ers will have seeding privileges on farm lands at once aid full iKwsessIon of nil uroporty on the out day of January 1001 TermsOne third cash ono tldrd In ouo your and balance In two yftua with Interest ot 0 l er cent annum from date till paid and lien retained to sccilru unpaid notes propertybeforetho uxocutora or by T M Uoodknlght Ju tuiiford Ky w II MOniUV l Executor of J S J MDUrilV Murphy dccd Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIEjS SAUFLEY Pres io To HIGGINS MKINNYC Stanford Ky For The Superior Disc Drills n The Tiger Disc Plows The Tiger Disc Har rows The Studebaker Wagons The Dicks Feed Cutters The Dain Corn Crushersj The Oliver Plows Reduced r Prices on Straw hats CUT ALF INtwo We tbnt want to carry them over and almost any price takes them Ladies SlippersGrea- tlyreduced in price We have some nice ones left A beautiful patent leath er for 81 50 ALLSUMMER000DSblast rb Ho Jo M9RNBi x11111E11O im ri rlwO- UliRemnant t m Jeo i u I I CounterInal been a decided success to us and also to our customers t have beeu enabled to clean up stock and our customers havo WeIvalues We are now ottering the remnants from i1remnant counter Look at the Shirt Waists and Skirts Belts Ribbon Ac Fast colored Lawns at only 3c yard m Splendid Slippers at 50c to 75c t fiSco what wo other In Mens Shoes at Jl 00 All 15c and 20c GingliamJ catlOc Gopd Cottonado at 7Jc 10c 12Jc Arti m t EVERANCE SONS aJte i l tQ mto I IQr rrl1JJi JI r l 7UJ In addition to tho lines of KID GLOVES Vo have been handling made by Werthelmer Co wn have added the celebrated P Centetnorl ft Cos mire and wo think we now have the pest 1 and i160 Gloves ever offered to the trade Come And See The New Shades Remember wo give you n porfcJt flVor no sale Always have y jur Qovea fitted in tbo store and you know boa wised you ore buyng JOHN P JONES Stanfordk J A ALLEN CO Contractors Arid BuilcLsrs STANFORD KYea complete stock of Building Material Yellow Itae Flooring Ceiling Doors Rave Blinds now and all of Dressed and Hough Lumbar Shingles and Steel llooflug to cost Saab Iustd Ac We make estimates onany kind of work wanted Ounce opposite Dr IH D Cooka fHE WEHIOR JOURNAL Entered n the ottojfflce at Stanford at iteonddaU matter Pub11ahe rUGY8 dFcSv 1 PER YEAR CASH When not so paid SSOO will t barged KNOXVILLE DIVISIOK 24 Train going North It Ma u tBII 2 a tc 54 South 3 k m 23II IJSZpui For atliPoInt KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 02J ArrrlTosat Stanford at 108 021 Leans Sunford at 210 No Arrltei at Uowland at 1200 DAT No 32 Leaves Stanford at 280 PM QUEEN A CRESCENT Trains going South pus Junction CIty No Gel not stop No 3 1160 r NoS 1121 2o9oo5r31Golag No2t dofoH stops No S4SA 12o 123 p x 0 106 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains lesre Frankfort at 6SO x 340 r x and p V connecting it Georgetown with the Q A C Returning lento Parts at v3O and I4U- p reaching Frankfort utter connecting with Q AC trains at 11ZO 317IO r No and 915 r The Utter train learcs for Ocoreetown at 7 IS r X JK NEWTON UI A SOUTHERN RfllUflY IN KENTUCKY Caalinstd Scbsdtl la tfttl Msy W ISIS iisTBOunn No L No a No X Lv LouljrUU 7 Saml 400pm 745pra Ar Shelbyvnto 91amI SKim eorrm- Ar Larcncebc UMara 62JI 945PI1 Ar Veraatllea rattan S41rulIOPU1 Ar 1exlncton ia Sun TKpm la vprn WZfiTCtTPfl r rLLexthtoQ7tnl 4rflAr Versailles 7C6 rn iOIpm S5am At a= a 6to m 51am Ar SbelbyTlIb LIo4II IIE 630Gm Ar LoutarlUa I4m17IOAtULAITBOUND W3TDOU4U- 23fNo ILl 400pm 7 5amllT 740pm IftOa- W6pm laseaaflrf LanxbrvArj aiOao r pmia dst tiT 440pm 7ajam 3Opm JOZaRIALuTgln Lvi 4M m 710am 3A3TPOVD wIsTIoIw o 15ltNoCIi BTATIOWS INo llltNoes 400pm HSnm rr Loutsrll Ar ta40am 740pm IKptc PII33 T Bbelbrll Ar 910am 815pm- Verelleat4Th1 10u2Ca Ar 7SOam SOfprn Ttfpm ItltunlAr Mhlvay LT 790am J40pn 740pm ILMan Ar GeoretB LT 700am SlOpm XAIOUNU W16TOU7- rtuo j AOS 74am 4OOpmlLiT Ixmlrrtl A IttHOnm 740pm 12m 854pta LT Verallm Ar 7Mam 5Cpm tam 7S5pm Ar KtcWvUl AT ftMam I Uispm flpmAr 8IcbmzdLv ft05 m 110pm1- LOSpmr Irvine LT i5pm STATIONS Li No 1 LoulsriUe 7ttn 745pm- Ar Lexlnxt n iaamlia pm Ar InzTiThe- MAbeYIUe J00pni Jam Ar Sartnnah Ar Jacksonville i I v Chatumocva 6ftpm- Ar tamm- Atlanta laSpm tlNtem Ar Macon I10Gm pm Ar Jacksonville 830Gm 1pii1- ic2ataJooA MOpm ov aui 114fttraIAr New Orleans RSOntn No 1 thronfh tlwpjcij oar loulsTllla to Illr xlngbam Tla Lexington And Chattanoog- Na 5 tee ol nrntlon h lrcar UmlsrllU toLezlDptoo o 4 free observatIon chair eat Lexington M LouliTllle Na iideeplnccar Birmingham to LouliTtlle Tta Lexlneten All traIns between LooIrrlUe Lexington and Borgln dally Vsiiln and Georgetown No U andBdall Nostr and edaIlyeicepVSundIy Detween Versailles Nicholiksrllle Rich Bond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDallT except Sunday Other trains dUly r OARtionSd VP4GM J M CULPT M Washlncton D O Washington DO TfATCMKOrA WulLTATLOIAaPA Washlneton D C LouliTlUt Kj Wmbran Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Fare better than ever FIjhlngseluoPl In full blast Daily harks to and from station Lots of amuMtuentB A model Summer retort Write for catalogue and farther partlo Ulare J B OWENS Moit Parker1 Lake Ky BEAZLEY HAYS TJITDESTASERS AL3OLLLLN Furniture MatUuJ9Rug j And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of SlocK jive them a cull PrIces right STANFORD KENTUCKY It J+ G+ JicGbMYt UNDBBTAKHB llnufactnror and Dcalear In EA1tNJCSSISADDLERY OI Stanford Ky In connection with Prof A J Hen rys statistics as to loss of life and resultingLlfflitntnuirom gin nS n UPOR TreeUnited States in 1899 it Is Interesting to note tho results of a recent inquiry by tho German gOTernment into the effect of lightning upon trees Observations wero made by overseers of foresting stations scattered over an nreIof 60000 acres In the district of The forests comprised 70 per cent ofI beech trees 13 per cent of pines per cent of oaks and six per cent of firs Of 275 trees struck by lightning 53 per cent were oak 21 lcrIcent fir eight per cent beech and seven per cent vine These 1guresI says the Chicago Tribune extreme susceptibility of the oak to lightning stroke and the largo nnd disproportionate percentage of its at tack upon fir Tho beech appears to be almost immune from lightning stroke While 70 peT cent of the for est trees were beeches they received only eight per cent of the strokes or about oneninth of their proportionate share It has often been as serted in England that tho beech was never struck by lightning AYhilo the German observations disprove this broad assertion they amply justify tho common belief in the rarity of the occurrence Prof Henry observes that tho zone of danger from light- nIng extends over several feet and cites instances to show the error of the prevalent opinion that it extends but n few inches five hundred and sixtytwo persons were killed nod 820 injured by lightning in the United States in 1699 The most common form of disability from the stroke is partial paralslsIIts amorous swain to send a pair of lovo birds to his Inamorata says a Philadel- phIa dealer who has them for sale at ten dollars a pair including the cage Love birds are charming little things They come from China and Java where they are as plentiful as the English sparrow is here Jn fact they resemble the sparrow in build although they are pure white and hve quite largo beaks of a delicate pink They are very affectionate and will sit for hours pressed closely against each other on their perch billing and cooing in fine style The dealer who is a florist says in confidence that be has them on sale because flowers are too common in summer for the young men to send tho girls and he bought the love bird would just about fill the bill The war in China has been a disap pointment to a number of this years graduates of eastern colleges who had received appointment in the Chinese customs service and who were to report in Peking in August The appointments says the New York Poct were made a year ago and the young men had a year in vbch to complete their college courses Their salaries were to begin as soon as they started for China and were to continue duringtbo two years allowed them to master the Chinese language After three years service the Inspectors were to have two years vacation at half pay s A beginning has been made with for estry In the United States Though onla start can be claimed the outlook Is hopeful New York has adopted measures to protect the headwaters of the Hudson In the Adirondack park 2500000 acres are reserved of which 1000000 is owned by the state as much more Is in private game preserves and the remainder the hands of those who will sell to the state when they get their price Cornell and Yale conduct practical schools of forestry A fat tltlzcn of the seacoast town of Lubec lie went down a ladder at itho side of a schooner to get a hanlrner that lIe haddroppcd overboard He Inserted his body between the rungs of the ladder that he might react down and get the hammer from the shoal water and became stuck there The tide was rising and he was rescued three hours afterward just in time to save him from drowning the water having reached within two incites of Ins mouth About a dozeu of the birds which are most friendly to farmers are described in the latest bulletin of the Maine board ot agriculture It Is stated that tho vast majority of native birds are use ful or do more good than Injury de stroying meets and their eggs Tho only birds positively asserted to do more harm than good are certain va rietles of hawks and the English spare row pltolculIthe proposes to vaccinate lobsters to pro growthIThere are lobsters In this country who are sadly in need of the lymph Notably hose afflicted with an abnor mality of selfesteem A Kansas City paver tells about a Now York reporter that wandered into a furniture store and Imme diately wired hispaper that ho had been intone room In Kansas City in which theruwere 54 beds A Concord N IL judge has decided that soda water is one of the neces saries of life and may be sold on Sun day SPAINS GREATEST NEED Mr P Boltisr of ltrcflons Spain ttwiul Ills wl tfM at Alken S C Weak nerve hit nan Klrtrtn pIG In the lurk of lila brsd On usint Klcctrlo Illltrri Americas grralnt lllood and MTTB ICcmwly all tln toon Ml lillil II uyt tills grand medicine what his country ncidr All America known that It curti liver and klducr trou ble purlDe the bliiod tours the Moiuacu strengthens the acne putt rim vigor and nrw odrIfguaranteed only M cents Solilliy IViinrmlmx silt Colored Fair Dsnvilio Aup 2031it round trip rates in effect on days of the air Queen Crenccui Route points between Georgetown and Somerset 4 A renalonrra Grief A New York pensioner was lament the death of an old comrade fellow ho sighed how shall IPoor without him you much attached to himI asked a friend It is not exactly that sir he replied but you sec he had lost his left leg and I have lost my right We shared a pair of boots between us and it will be very difficult to find another in the hospital whose feet are the sane slzelIarlem Life In Due Form Ir Ncvergo the young woman suppressing a yawn when the business of a meeting is ended what Is the parliamentary form for bring Ing the proceedings to a close 1 Somebody moves that the meeting adjourn replied the young manand tbenWell if youll move she interrupted well Trib uneIArtrlr to Tender Sirnliis A summer girl Is Mvely Upon her hammock thronel A N D A summer girl U something Youd better let nlone Detroit Free Press A YOVKQ WOMANS IDEA Prof Bore Anl Cuttlnpl what a blessing Isthe changing of the seasons MIss Cutting Yes indeed about tho time one gets tired of oysters ice cream comes in Chicago Chronicle Soandnl From mouth to mouth TIM scandal swiftly sots And the more of It each swallows The more It grows Detrott Journal IITaJguee He tsnt nearly BO bright as he thinks fce is said tin young woman who dfactreefi her acquaintances No answered Miss Cayenne and hats a very fortunate circumstance If ho were we couldnt look at him without using n piece of smoked glasaWashisgtonStarWht t Whatll you hater sho ollkeeo verely nt the breakfast table for he hadi been out late the night before and she had not yet forgiven him 1 think ho replied meekly that I vr ild appr cint fDenial smllo and a pleowu word ia much as- inyt1i1ngChicagoPost Tile Usual H B DughterPapa I wish youd get me the New International Unabridged Encyclopaedia complete in 69 voiumtP Father Jee Whittukerl T y do ydu wtni that r Daughter Because Clara Wajupp has one Y Weekly i Clothes atu ComtersailoB Miss Scrlbbs In writing up your reception I suppose I may state that you were brilliant and elegantly attired Mrs Scudds No indeed i you may say that I was elegantly attired and brilliant Indianapolis Journal And a Good One Too DroIYnJohn Sprigga was chased by two footpads mAt night They asked him for his wallet but he outfooted themSmithWell ho got a run for his money Yonkern Herald Worwe Yet Mrs Flatter readirig A bd of quicksand Is tWrnoKt treacherous and deadly thing on earth Mr Flutter Queas the chump who wrote that never sow our foldingbed Puck vIduce at tdvNneiug Yeaii JonNI must be getting old Smith Legn getting stiff or eyes getting bud JonesNo but Im bcginntngHo like to read statistic Chicago Keo- ord A 1nrndox Brown Its very dlfllcTtlt togijt ones Income up to ones expenses isnt It Smith Yes but it isnt hall so dim cult PS to get ones expenses down to onslnoomeJudgeCalled Down The Customer Waiter Wnlterl Bring me n lobster at once The WalterIn ze one moment mono sleur I will call ze proprietor Chlca go Dally News Ilnolni the Credit How beautifully her eyebrows nn relied Yea Tier father Is nn expert draughtsman you know Cleveland Plain Dealer Off thu Old flock James you ought to control little betterMother we cant he Iff too much like you Inrtjanupolla Journal A Gain In Iolnt- Lntiru Prove to mo that there Is sl0h a thing an luck in this world Ethel Easily doneyoure engaged That proves it JIarlem Life A Soothing Admlnaloa- He Ixiok here Matilda Im not quite such un idiot as I look She soothingly fo dear Im sure youre ndUTltUlhl WEAKNESS CuT UE IOHED local fiipllcilloni as they cttai i reach dFeiocedvorlionuI the tar TIcW is only uoe way to cure dfatncw atM that li If institutions miifJIfJ Iealnfssl csu fai7l lillsiina ron illllunofthn niu ui lining A huitsclilsi Tul When tills tube Is Inll W4 you lisTs I rumbling ounil or Imiwrffct lies nj and when It lirnllrely rloiwl lIerlledII tlirwult and unlw theinilatiinaIoncn betaken out nl this tutt r toivJ to Its normal condition liearlnj will Is ilntrotrd forner tint out of ten ire rauu by Cturrh which Is nothing but so Inflamed con lion ofIlie mucous siirfscM We will give tine Jlunlrtd flollars for any case rvsfiiMS caiiMd byhCatusrrli that cannot Ic cured by halts Cstsrth Cur S nd for circular flee 11 CIIKKEV A CO Toledo 0 lId by Drugglits 73 IlsUs Family nils are the teat SORE HANDS Red Rough Hands Itching Burning Palms and Painful Finger Ends ONE NIGHT TREATMENT Soak the hands on retiring in a strong hot creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP Dry andanoint freely with CUTICURA the great skin cure and purest of emollients Wear during the night old loose kid gloves with the finger ends cut off and air holes cut in the palms For redrough chapped hands dry fissured itching feverish palms with shapeless nails and painful finger ends this treatment is simply wonderful Millions of Women Use Cuticura Soap Exclusively for preservingpurifying sail beautifying the akin for rleAodolt the scalp of emits scales and ilamlrufl anil the stopping of tsIling hair for softening whitening ami soothing red rough and sore hanIAlo the form of baths for annoying Irritations Inflam mation and chaflngs or too free or offensive pcnplration In the form of washes for ulocratlro weaknesses and for many Mnatlro anUteptle purposes which readily suggest tliemielves to women and specially mothers and for all the purposes of bath and nursery No amount of formation can locluco those who have once u cd It to ure any other especially for preserving and purifying the skin scalp sail hair of Infant and children Certcoiu SOAP combines delicate emollient proiqt11 derived from CUT CUBA the great akin cure with the purest of cleansing ingredient sail the mot refresh lag of flower odor No other mftfleafnf soap ever wmlounrolla to be compared with It for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin rcatp hair sail handi No other foreign or dcmcitlo MM noap howovcr expensive If to bo compared with It tar all the purposes of tho toilet bath suit nursery Thus It combines In ONE SOAP at Oct PRICK vUTWEjrrrnvn CENT tho BEST skin and complexion soap the nEar toilet and neat baby soap In tho world Comploto SI2B External and Intornal Treatment for Every Humor Conriitlotof Cniorit OP1I5toekIftIh itlnnf eratU icili u4 ufUn thtckwd ntlcUCvncTBt Om wt v lnullr all IKklit 54 Imutkwna u 4 tml ndccvcvia JtOVIT 3Ct45Ot sndakatbNood SoU Uuozbo out worU Port Dim sin Cuaw Coup Isis irojs Uoion xGO TO JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky Jk New Dry Goods jlnd ffotions The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys Linen nnd Light Weight Suits at Greatly Kcducctl PricoJ I will be glnd to furnish you any day in tho year suitable goods at Bottom Prices Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 paid in Living Kcnefits Over 120000 Kescrve ami Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of OurNew Endowment Bond 1not write to the homo office for literature or Mil on our nearest agent for an explanation of its terms and oomllllone Some of Its Strong Points It returns tlJO and five per cent interest for the average time for oneh dollar pnid in 2 Stock taken now will all bo matured from eighteen to twenty fonr months with a large part redeemed in a time 3 It Is matureJ In consecutive order oonwnuently all oemcot of ehonce Is eliminated Now is the Time Subscribe The sooner you begin tho sooner will your coupons begin to mature For further Information address A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary J C BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KYI This it now the mst uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lentee the now discovery iu optic science I to say to limo Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large slock of the very Latest Designs iJ7 Jvjouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality buforehavo to be seen to be appreciated Suit- iblo for training from the simplest photograph to the iDoat elaborate paintings Among the lot Is the New FieurDeiis uuhlillgll aciaily far IlIltable- flullcnle Iicttlr Embroidered Mats French Walrr olrll and all lilcIur that ro n dainty frame When In Danville cell anti sue us and gut our prlcliI We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Tost Office Danville Ky NOTICE On the 15th of August at 2 r sharp the farm I now live on will bo sold on tuo promlsm lit auction tern a made known on day of It contains about 75 acres well Improved nod n tIne homo In every reo sport Ono from DnnvUIe on Shaker town pike T n KnelUb Auflonwr I M QlJlSENHRltUY Danrtlle Kr Public Sale ofTown Lots In Stanford Ky On Saturday August 18 1900 On the premises at I oclock I will of ftr for sale SaveaTown Lots Of Ten Acres Each With n street runnldg through 30 feet wldo the tract of land of from the cutoff plUo to J Ilocknr There are two lots facing on tho Somerset pike the other one on tlio cutott pike and are desirable lots to build on or for pasture The lund is good for that grows out of laudgruas or anything otherTKHMB or SALB onenan cash nm onolmlfouslx months tim with 6 par cent Iliterclit ulluu hold on the lots un- ill paid 1osiesslou given iu soon aa soot do gatherwill toI1 the corn on a and 3 or of them possession given at once About onehalfof the land In In gras All the lunti is about half a mile from the courthouse D W vADEVSEB r PUBLIC SALE OF OASTLB COBB On Wednesday Aug 29 1000 At 10 oclock wo will sell to tile high sit bidder tit the residence OftU Ooliu farm Ute lnte home of Hlclmril Cobb du ceased Sale furrnntaInIog- ABOUT 300 ACRES- Of time Inwt quality and best watered blue rasa laud In Kentucky It Is situated on tU war ir i lie HungliiK Pork In Lincoln tii SIanfnl Mllledgo yUle tCrn1tke tour nilits from Stanford und Is connected with Diinvllte anti all sur tunndliiK lown with turnpike road HJs- cunruiilHiit tn Cincinnati Southern IInd L lt N Iliillrnttd Ptaiton with foolloocla1111101 educatIonal udvautiiKm and church convo nlcnc Thu tllfihlnc U n eooi1 fromo dwelling of 10 routii and two iitilcs two largo barns cribs stock wiilus Icet ou u nod nil other n co Mirv ouibullOliiRsi nUo a splendid young orclinnt Iu full lihurlng Farm Is woll fenced and tho greater portion of It In blue gras fur n number of eir The land will ho hold In Otto or two tracts according to bent bid At tho namo time and plnco- VIII be sold about S5 acres of Knoblnnd and personalty Illchurd Qobb Jr near Danville ICy or Mr henley Trlbble on the preinUes be glad to show anybody tho place mar desire to see made known cu du of side Ioiuestlon for seeding will bo given as soon ss practi cable and toil possession Jan 1st IDOL tIIELIS- mOIlAltD conn JK- Executors t FOE EEGood property In tho town of Crnli Orclmril W LANDOItAt Krlgor Ky POSTED I htrtliy notify lbs plibllo Hint my land li pwt irralestugthis ulnl Grlbe law t M IKIAM HOTEL FOR SKL6 lesJln Hotel In Sonifrwt with good buttiirM will sell or trade fur guod stock fanu IrIIlIIrOSTEDII hereby for irigrlyIfume on lltiek r wll611ItU LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfiLERS KyI md also xiltammii for UI LUTia A CO W S BEAZLEY D D S LnncnHtcr Ky Tooth Extracted Without Pain With Vitalized Air Physician In attendance OMce In the New Thompson helloing 7a SEED WHEAT 400 BU MICHICAN FULTZ This li fresh Nortliorn Seed Time crop of isoo tnnde n yield of 31 butheli jicr acre The crop of 1900 rand 2Ji buthela per micro on corn ground with n hearT tand of timothy Address W 1IKIOI1T Stanford Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Iror Lancaster Kentucky splenddtablemeet all trains 89 Jo T STTTTONT- Undortnlcor Hustonvillo Kentucky IbcpMpIo of Well UtcoU IOSrshlSMrrlrrsU ull stock ol Cofflnsatid CiA CsrpnLr l4anagt I Mlntoshs Livery 5 Feed Stable McKIrflY KY Good lUg at reasonable price FAte drivers double and single for day or night If you want to work Casey and adjoining countlfn McKliiDcr U this piaro to drive from horse well oarwl for by single iced parenege FRITH HOTELF FBAMCISCO Preprldtcr AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY heat Hotel to the luniiataln rat a + tiin4tVwtws taut all UalBi Sw ill sltMllvn 50 teas fling BC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call Paper Hanging And Painting See mo before you let your pointing I will save you mosey I will furnl4hm paper andJut II OR time willi froM lOe up In oilier will ccli you paper U chlllil a you enn buy It In town and hang It at ac per- boll will do painting In nrniMttlon All work guaranteed J J IlELtiRN Stanford Ky rainting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy Iarrlajre or wagon inSrst ciassaIieE- xperienced loon U rto It and work guariisi ted You ran Imre our old vrhlrlr mniln new for wry little miJbry J II OllHKR Htanfurd Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE ManHfaolitrKd by J W Adams Co Paint Lick U a jmrantwd cure cure for horses anti rnulm ntlllcted wIth Itatuln Inllortl SwtDn Sciatches Saddle Ikrfls Ur l and Soft RnlrIDIlrOly Ilesi- Zttomper e lcJtob ert druggist Stanford M K Uunptirev Illiortyt O Tlomuvin Klngvlllei Culdwell Wurnwliurii Dunn lire Ilnr anUvllla Vimpton Mllledgevllle Oco K icier Mlddlobnrg ICy Cash A Jliv Olnre Turnercvlllc K- yEXCURSION Through XAUA to NIAGARA FALLS 9THlReturn Limit Auguit 20th 1000 AK MICHIGAN CENTRAL S7 From CincinnatiL- ow hates from tributary points One ol tho most beautiful trips in nil llio world to Americas greatest wonder Apply to tiny C Iiit D lly Agt for descriptive leaflet P 0 EDWARDS FBSS Traffic Mgr Cinclnnutl 0 A 8 PRICE IDentist Stanford Ky Offictow MCRo1 Owsisyliuliding fiRDENTIST isJ StaiifordJ Ky IOffice SflZB PENNY DDS STANFORD KY tsrOfflce At Ucildonc on Lancaster Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK OKSTANFOnO JeT CalUlSteck 100000 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