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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l 1 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftUl ISSUED EiZERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 1 K YEAR VOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 17 1900 9 A M TO 48 il i il RIDGEI promise tnado tho IBETHEL wo will drop a JOURNAL the which wn very On tho morning of July 17th wo left our homo and loved ones In McKlnqoy and started on a ramble In search of a J batter state of health Boarding a de- layedI passenger train on tho Q C wo soon found ourselves In tho business little town of Science 11111 Wo arrlv I cd there In a blinding ruin storm and found tho citizens rejoicing over tho fall no rain having fallen there fortwo weeks previous Wo spent n day wellI nigh there the guest of Mr Craig PerI kins who was born and reared In Lin coin county end very naturally Imbibed her democratic politic Mr Per kin Is a Pulastflan by birth and Is just as naturally a republican with big U There Bro many evidences of thrift and pros crlty about Sclenco tIm The merchants wore busy the sound of tbo carpenters hammer was notlcablo on rising architecture and the heavy pounding of tho blacksmiths sledge could bo heard In the shops Another evidence of thrift was tbo seeming lay ish use of tho painters brush We novo er before noticed to many freshly paint ed bouses In an old town We visited the graded school building and found It glistening with now paint on the outoldo and undergoing Interior re pairs Tho Christian church had also been repaired and painted J J Carr who decuples the bulhllng near tho dUo pot in which hilly Goodwin made a footuno selling goods Is closing out his stock at cot preparatory to moving to Tcjtat to the regret of many of hiI friendIFrom Sclenco 11111 we went to lIuI toovlllo over the worst road wo over attempted to travel when slclc The tlltI lance Is 12 miles but It seemed 24 toI us WbllaatMintonvlllo wo stopped with Mr and MM MattMcClurowhoao kindly treatment wo bail ever remem ber with pleasure There are people good poodereooJciU Tho McClure ure of tho superlative claw While InI Mlntonvllle wo had the pleasure of attending preaching for a week at thoI Christian church Rev John Ware aI relative of McKlnneys rising mer chant of the arao name conducted boI services Three additions to theI oburcb was the result up to SundlI night Tho meeting continues LblI week Wo made many new acquain LAnce and enjoyed tbo hospitality ufI some of them We were royally enter tamed by Mr nod Mrs Bud Roy 01I tho firm of Hoy Ja por proprietors of the MlntoDvlllo Flouring t1ll11I They could not satiety themselves In doing for our comfort and pleasure Mrs Roy and her lovely daulhterI Miss Minnie are groat lovers of jlow or and their collections will compare with tho most elaborate in Lincoln God blots till ladle who love and culti vale lowers They arc a boon to the weary and make glad the heart In hours of deepest solitude A good lit tie woman In MoICInnoy who ntlll al lows us to cull her wife is passionately fond of them Tho merchants of Mlntonvlllu are away back Ip the hills but seem to bo prospering Mr Tiler Jasper who has been In business thero for 20 years carries the largest stock and has a good trade Jell nines his clerk U ouo of the beetyoung men we ovor met A S Lcvenson a prominent Lincoln county bov bus ft full sure and Is dolog well He was untiring as was his brother Joe to efforts to add to our comfort Bigger hearted men dont live than Abe and Joo Levonson- Mintonrllle bas two uhurohes Moth oil lot and Christian Each liuve preaching monthly Sunday school every Sun day morning but no prayer meeting servicesMr McCluro of McKinney Miss Matlto Gllllland of Lexington and Miss Flonnlc Hnncmond8of Hubble wero gucots at our hosts last week While in Mlntonvlllo wo were saddened by the sudden death of a young man at Cnnctown a village tour miles further south On Sunday afternoon Mr Rufus Weddlo called on his sweet heart Miss M Klino nod like many other young men to his shame bo it written bad a revolver In his poukot lrfpon and Miss Kline naked to bo allow cd to look at it Consent was readily given rho chambers wore all empty asave one Mice Kllno thinking nil wero dmpty playfully remarked Mr Wed die I believe Ill kill you All right be replied with a smile Instantly tho trigger was pulled the report of the revolver startled the household and her lover fell mortally wounded at her foot The fatal missile entered tho neck near the Adams apple and ac complished tbo mission of death In a abort time The young lady Is almost crazed with grief while the young mans widowed mother U Inconsolable A sad warning Indeed but what young nan will heed It and leave oil the fool hh habit of carrying those deadly wea pons In violation of tho laws of his country as well as the laws of his con scienceBefore leaving Mlntonvlllo wo had tho pleasure of joining a select party of excursionists to tbo top of tho famous Green River Knob This knob is a three tulles west of Mlntonvlllo and according to State geographical cur veyors is tho highest natural eleva tlon In Kentucky From its top the surroundingfunlimited space until visionary powers are exhausted Looking down from its lofty peak the country surrounding ape pear to bo in a basin and tbo hills to gradually lift themselves ono above the other as tho river recedes Tho farms and farm houses dot tho low grounds and table lands lending to tho beauty of tho scene The monster for such It Is Is not precipitous from either sldd and tho level space on top Is not over 30 yards In any direction Tho ascent from the base Is moro than a mile and one In a delicate state of health fees tbo taxing of his strength perceptibly before ho reaches the top but when once there and ho looks out upon the lovely icono below ho feels abundantly repaid and like Peerwants to build there n tabernacle and remain Our party consisted or Harry McCluro a chaperone Miss Mattle Gilliland of Lexington Miss Flonnlo Hammond of Hubble Mr Lyda Wyland of Eu banks MUscs Eunlco fiunn Eliza Dye and the Misses Jasper of Minton vlllo Mcvsra Terrell Jasper A S Lcvonsjn Oscar McClure Otis Tarter and Jeff Iliac of Mlntonvllllo and Robert Murphy of Horton and your correspondent of all cattoredaround In tho company were two kodak and six view were made of tho party and the scenery which will bo prized as touvcnlriof one of the mot pleasant af ternoons spent In Casey or any other countyWo MtnlonvUlo and cur newly made friends Monday Aug 6 and are rived In the village of lietbel Ridge the samo day stopping with Silas Wes lay tbo leading merchant and postmaster of the place Ho has a most ex collent family and a beautiful and well furnished homo Wo have had everything convenient to our comfort tendered ui and with tbo good eating and the very boll water to drink wo are expecting to Increase our avoirdupois to something like that of our good friend Richard Bibb and be as strong Win Hughns of McKlnnoy before the trusts coma again The country about Bethel Ridge is tar better than wo had supposed Tho farms and farm houses are neat and show thrift nod prosperity Many of them have a decided resemblance to some of the well kept farms In tho Blue Grass Tho Lexington District Conference the M B church was hold hero last weak About 40 preaohorswero pros ent and a very largo attendance of the laity Considerable business was transacted and it was thought to be one of the best meetings of the body The public school wltn Miss Lltale Foglo principal and Mr Bishop Woe ley assistant began here Monday The schools in Casey have opened with en ournglug protpeots for good work Several from this putt attended the South Kentucky A oolatlon at Ku banks Tuesday and Wednesday of last week There were ninny Item of bus iness Interact to the denomination looked alter and some good preaching durlugthn tololl The holy represents nearly 2000 communicants Tbo next mooting will be held with Mt Sa lam church in Lincoln county early In August next Wo regret to noto the death of our good friend and former neighbor Mr Green Perkins at his home on Buck Creok last week He served in tbo Mexican war and when the battles bud all been fought returned to his hone to become one of the best oltUans Pu laskl county ever had Peace to his memory W R OOOCH Low rates West Railroad bargain days vlu tho Monon oute Tickets will bo sold by tho Monon route from Lou isville Ky to points In Arizona Brit ish Columbia Colorado Idaho town Manitoba Minnesota Montana Nebraska vow Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at ono firstclass fare plus 82 for the roundtrip on Juno 10th July ii 17 Aug 721 Sept 4 18 Oct 2 JO Nov 20 and Dec 10 limited returning 2L days Prospecting parties dud tour late will be furnished with schedule and further Information by addressing E II Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky THAT THROBBlMCi HEADACHE Would nuiikly ieave you if you iiwd Dr Kings New Life Hill Tttottwnd1 mltrrrri here ror cd their matchlcM merit fm Kirk and Mtrroui IIwaiUeliM They make Mood anti ttroug nmn and build up your health Easy to tike Try them Only M rents Money lock not ciirrJ Sold by iennjr Drugglit G A R to Chicago and return The C H C D roundtrip rato to Chicago and return on account ol the G A R National Encampment from Cincinnati will bo SO Tickets on sale Aug 23th to 29th Inclusive good returning to Aug 31st without rcstamplng Tickets can bo extended to Sept 30th upon pay mont of GOo additional A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will oileD cuso a horrible puma Scald lut or Bruise llucklena Arnlri Salte the best In the world will kill the pain and iirouipily brat it Cures JM Sorwi Fever tiorrt ra Feloni Cone all Skin Eruptions hat rile cure on box Cure guaranteed BoldlenoyArruugglmty Charles Dunbar and Mrs Nora Brad Icy elopers from Now Albany who tit tempted suicide In Kansas City wabt file come homo and bo good LIBERTY The Liberty cornet band is making music for the Russell Springs fair Congressman Borelng was billed to speak hero during circuit court but appearanceA Liberty with Somerset by way of Yo smite Humphrey and Eubanks has been put up Wo can now say hello to nearly all the capitals of the surround lag counties I Liberty will soon ba benefited splrl tually and otherwise by the addition or two now churches Tho Methodist and tho Baptist denominations each have haudsomo brick houses In process of construction The recent change In the Middleburg mall route by which tho Liberty subscribers receive their INTERIOR JOUR NALS on Tuesdays and Friday is hailed with delight by the numerous friends of that paper Tho date of the Liberty fair has been changed from the 18th 10th and 20th to tho 6th Oth and 7th of September In President F P Combcst Vice Pres ident J C Coulter and Secretary A P Young the association has a splendid set of officers and every effort will be made to make this the most successful fair ever bold at Liberty Wm U Durham of Humphrey is deputy circuit clerk to James Glboney Miss Lizzie Phillips has returned from a three months visit to Chicago Mss Haldco Rowe of Jamestown Is with her sister Mrs W C Adams James P McGovern a young attorney and Tammany politician of Now York City attended circuit court two or three days Bruce Glbblns of Knoxvlllo Is visiting E C Moore- J P Wilkinson has been selected as chairman of the county democratic committee In tho place of W P Keen oy who resigned Mr Wilkinson Is a tireless party worker and a bettor dem ocrat could not be found While Casey did not Instruct for Coy Beckbam his nomination is perfectly satisfactory to tbo democracy of Casey county and they will support him at gracefully as If ho was their original choice On Wednesday George O Worthing ton was given two years In tho peal tentiary for forgery Tho offense consisted In raising a receipt from Judge Tllford from three to 813 Dick Burton was Indicted for tho killing of oUt tie Holt The case against McClelland Woodrum for the killing of Mnrples was continued George Elmoro was lined 1125 for shooting and wounding Leslie Price who insulted his wife The grand jury tailed to return an In dictment against Sam Uamblln for the killing of Pratt Court will probably close Saturday Judgo James Denton and E O Waddle of Somerset Mc Clollund Johnson of Lancaster Bryant Stono und Lllburn Phelps of James town Janice Garnett of Columbia und H S Robinson of Campbollsvllle Wore some of the veiling attorneys KINGSVILLE John Will Godfrey came near being killed a few days ago by a falling tree Charley Newland sustained a severe injury recently which resulted In a broken leg- I18oll1lIno and Lucllo Johnson are back from Junction City where they have boon spending a delightful week with Miss Katherine Wells Miss Della Johnson has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Wells nnd also McKinney friends Mss Ufilo Carey has gone to Lebanon Junction whero she will make u protracted visit with relatives Mm T V John oll and baby have returned from a visit to Mrt Huklo and other relatives at Lexington The fatally of Dr C M Thompson are viII Ming relatives at VYoudntock Miss Gertrude Pennybuckor has returned from a short visit to her sister Mrs Dan Dlneon nt Somerset Mrs B C Pennybiiokcr was called to Chattanoo ga Tuesday owing to the death of her brother in law John Mclsaac Mrs Robin Rigney has boon threatened with typhoid fovor but is now improv ing Others who are suffering from that disease arc Messrs Frank Petty Aaron Wright Hedge und Denny The delightful rains wo have been having lately will doubtless Improve tho con dition of tho fever cases Jesse Walter and Miss Annie Walter wore the recent guestJof Mr and Mrs W W Walter Tom Alford Is suffering from mental troubles caused It Is thought by the Intense heat Ho Is under close sur vellance It Is not known yet whether or not ho will bo aunt to tin asyl- umQC ReR Low rates from points In Kentucky via tbo Queen L Crescent Route and connecting lines Aug 21st to points in Colorado Utah und Dakota Good un til October 31st to return Ask ticket agents for particulars W O Rlncar son G P A Cincinnati O A big day In Georgetown Special excursion train Queen fc Crescent route General Aasoulutlon of Colored Baptists of Kentucky at Georgetown Sunday Aug 10th Wllnesa the grand closing day exercises Dont tail to go Only 8125 for roundtrip from Junction City See small bills for particulars B J Walking manager Somerset W C Rlnearsoc G P A Cincinnati Kentucky whisky got the first award at the Paris exposition MATRIMONIAL Thomas H Orcutt of Wayncsburg and Miss Mary Bastln of Mt Salem yeeter1cayMr Cicero Reynolna says performed a fine ceremony There wore 70 marriages among the 15000 excursionists to St Joseph Mich Sunday So far Fhls season 800 runaway couples have been married there nod the clerk has taken In 84000 In license fees Mrs Nonnlo E Hodge divorced wife of S Woodson Hodge of Lily and H U Snodgrnsa of Central City Neb were married at the residence of D S Woodard at London The brides mai den name was McHarguc and she and Hodge were divorced by a judgment of the Laurel circuit court Later they were again married They lived tog gather for a short while and for tho second time they were divorced Hodge bad previous to marrying the present Mrs Snodgrass been the husband of her elder sister from whom ho was di vorced After his second divorce from his Bcqond wife bo married a third sis ter who now has a suit pending against him for divorce In tho Clark circuit court It is stated that It was Hodges Intention to allow his present wife to secure a divorce so that he might mar ry her sister Nannie for tho third time But his plans miscarried DUNCAN BALLOVMr John L Duncan a prominent attorney of Tole do 0 and Miss Anglo Ballou were married at 1030 Wednesday morning at the brides pretty country home her father Eld Joseph Ballou oftlciating There were no attendants and only a few immediate friends of the family were present The parlor was beautl fully decorated and the bride attired In a blue cloth suit showed to her very best advantage She is an elegant young lady highly accomplished and will prove a helpmeet fond and true The groom is a tine gentleman and a rood lawyer Ho formerly lived at Clifton Forge Va where be mot Miss Ballou who taught there After the marriage a delightful breakfast was elegantly served and the bridal party drove to Stanford and took the train for the North end Northeast where they will remain some time before ga- In to their home in Toledo Mrs Cur ry a slater of the groom accompanied him and attended the wedding POLITICAL The last Congress appropriated the enormous sum of 871015080285 during Its last session Tho Third district republican convention at Bowling Green nominated- J McKenzie Moss for Congress Gov Beckham one called an extra session of the Legislature for Aug 28 to consider the modification oramend meat or tho existing laws regulating elections in this State The Brown convention at Owensboro adopted resolutions pledging support to Bryan Stevenson and Yerkes and unanimously nominated Wm Lynch of Hopkins county for Congress Judge D L Snodgras has formally withdrawn from the race for United States Senator In Tennessee He says that his views have been misunder stood and misrepresented- It has boon discovered at Frankfort that republican Superintendent of Pub lie Instruction W J Davidson made no report of the work of his depart ment last year as required by law I helped create the republican party II said oxGov Boutwell In a speech at Indianapolis u party at that time of justice principle und honesty I now believe It Is u party of Injustice and oppression und I will help to destroy It 0 to Chicago und return Monon Route Account 31lb National Encamp mont G A R tbo Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and return from Aug 25 to 20 Inclus- Ive at JO Tickets will bo good re turning until Aug 31 Upon payment of 50 cents In Chicago limit of tickets will be extended to Sept 30 The rate from all points In Kentucky will bo Ic per mile from starting point to Louis villa und return with 0 added For full particulars map time schedule etc confer with local agent or address E H Bacon district passenger agent Louisville A NIGHT OF TERROR Awful anxiety wee felt for the widow of the lirire Urncral HuYnhtm of SUchLu Me when the doctors MM ahe could not lire till looming writes Mrt S IL Lincoln who ttttmled ter that fearful All thought the mint son dig from ay hut liure roncesa erl New her life sod cured her of Alter tbrroiiialldOKohmlfpt easily all nlKht and III further cured her this marrel ono nitJuice li guaranteed to cure all Throat Cheat and Lung dbruri tea suit f Trial bottles free at 1eunyi drug store What most people want is something mild and fentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in oiled For sale by Craig h Hooker Druggists JUDGING by the timberseeking their nomination for Congress It Is evident that the republicans have not the faintest hope of carrying this district A lame shoulder la usually caused br rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Ualm For salo by Craig A locker Druggists IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Lucy Marshbank died at Lowell of typhoid fever aged 50 atIBactlGeorge West ft Son of Danville tot the contract to build tho 310000 Bap list church In their town Miss Lydia B Harlan youngest daughter of Dr W B Harlan ol Boyle died Wednesday night after a brief Illness The body of John Hunter a Scotch man was found on the railroad track at Lily Evidence goes to show that ho had been murderej ana robbed It said that 50 per cent of the Ne groes on Battle Row are addicted to the uso of cocaine and great quantities of the drug are sold It Is cheaper than whisky or morphine and as one user saidhIt simply carries mo to heaven and theres no bad feeling when I wake up from the dream Central Record Maj J A Brents who bad been In bad health for over two years Is dead at Albany Ho was born in Clinton county and had served as a representa tire in tho Legislature as a member of the last constitutional convention and as county clerk Ho gained his military title In the Union army having been an officer In Wolforda cavalry In his resignation as editor of the Richmond Climax our friend Clarence E Woods says In part Whenever a newspaper knows the truth and fears to publish it Its usefulness is Impaired and its existence rendeed unnecessary When an editor knows tbo truth and tears to tejl It be Is a coward and should bo discharged Whenever an editor knows the trutb and wants to tell it because the publics vitally in terested in It he ought to resign when he Is not allowed to tell the truth as he understands It and Is willing to be responsible for it I resign my position of editor of this paper for that reason While the Water Light organ the Register Is busily engaged In Its deg fence tho Climax Is for some cause or other forbidden to publish what I know to be the truth in regard to the Water dt Light Company Thus while this recreant company has an organ the public Is denied a hearing I will tot submit to dictation from It I prnfer my selfrespect and independence to a 6 position to which I have devoted my heart and soul since tbo hour I accept ed It four years ago A MINISTERS GOOD WORK I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them for three or four days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for saute lays and gave him no relief so illscUnrg ed him I went over to see Kim next morning He said his bowels were In a terrible fix that they had been running off so lung that it was almost bloody ilux I naked him if be had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and bo said No I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one lose told him to take another dose in Qfteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief but lie look no moro and was entirely cured think it the best medi dine I have ever tried For sale b Craig rtr Hocker Druigistsi This is Al Berrys year for an ac counting Westover and Rhinock gave tho Tull Sycamore a touching up at beIreply At this distance It looks pretty certain that our long legged friend has taken his last outing with the Rivers and Harbors Committee and that his next excursion will bo a private air air of his own to select a good mooring place along the banks of a certain salt and classic stream Louisville Times If you have a baby in the house you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels or diarrhoea so common to small children 0 P M Hollidny of Darning Ind who line IIn eleven months old chld says Through the months of Juno and July our baby was teething and took a running of of the bowels and sickness of tho slum acb His bowels would move from five to eight times n diy I had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dint rhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and lie got better at once For sale by Crate k Hocker Druggists Tho healthiest Inthewhole world Is Aumone a French village containing 40 people Twentyeight of the iqhabltants are over 80 years of alto and three haee passed a century There are no graves iu the local come tery and the oldest Inhabitant can not remember seeing a funeral In the Ballard circuit court at Wick llffoi Charles B Barnes was given a 10 years term In the Stato penitentiary and R Mike Doyle alias Conloy was sentenced to four years Both men pleaded guilty to robbing the Illinois Central express train near Wickllffe last month Mr W B McCormack a former wellknown citizen of She iby county died at Columbus Cal 1 00 Choice of any Straw Hat in our house at 1 This includes 2 and 3 grades See our window for bargains in Shoes Clothing at big reductions i IT PAYS TO TRADE AT J THE GLOBEYour money back if youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman dr Co State College of Kentuckye thefoSchoolClassicalofrthich extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate courses of study are also provided leading each to a masters degree Each course of study Is prolessorsandlights r modernThe30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Military tactics Rod science are fully provided for and required by Congress andliberalto supply Last year the matriculation list was 663 For cataogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of admission army to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D L L D President Or to V E MUNOY Business Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 10 1900 If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky t We use only the best med- icinesTrusses r I I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Rocker Stanford MiN1i A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work I manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough nod Dressed Lufuher Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any pricesofferedefiec Glotbing lInd ats At Close To Close OutFNow Is Your Chance J I To Get Bargains In The Above Lines Geo H Farris cCo Ip- It 2I s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY AUG 17 1900 = W P WALTON t fEiyiOC pTIC TICKET Far President WILLIAM JENXIXQS BRYAN OJ Nebraska For iice Prcthknt DLAIE szErjjjvsoA OfEEhofa- For Govtrflr J C H111EQKIlAJl OfNdaSni For Cohyreii GEORGE G GILBERT OfSlitlby IN THE VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS COLD SULPHUR SPRINGS Aug 15 The Virginians certainly have made It hot for us since we came among them The torrid conditions have been absolutely almost unbearable steaming bot days rmlnir followed by nights ecacely Jim mmnse The mercury rarely deigns la go below 90 and Sun day I saw It lOG in the shade rind In the country Dry aa it is vegetation eta not withstand such beat and the trees oven are showing Its effects I thought that tho hottest place thfs side of tbo one that Ingereoll denied exist ed but which ho has since found out is a real burning reality was in tho press i and engine room of the INTERIOR JOURNAL office but that Is a cold storage Inner compartment compared with everywhere hero It Is simply terrific and the signal service man promises no relief soon In fact he says It Is too hot to rain and until It does the atmos phere will continuo to be oppressive Many prostrations are reported and some deaths have resulted from the in tensity of the heat Such a warm re caption as we have had was too much for me so we bled away to seek a mountain nook where heat and sun strokes are unknown and shade and breeches have no end 0S-o here we are at Cold Sulphur Springs In the Virginia mountains which are lamed for tbelr health givng and Inviting resorts It Is not so aris tocratic as the White Sulphur but a day hero Is worth more to a worn out man or suffering child tban a month there where fashion and frivolity reign supremo This Is a veritable rest resort and the seventh heaven for chil dren It Is In Rockbrldge county and the centre of a group of the most celebrated springs In the State noted for its summer resorts The surroundings arc most picturesque and tbe location as romantic as one could wish Environed by mountains which rise almost to the sky Its large hotel and long rows of cottages are arranged with a view to furnishing the greatest comfort and the object of the management which Is fully attained Is to furnish the best accommodations at a figure within the reach even of an impecunious newspaper scribbler The water is strongly sulphur and bubbles from tbe rocks as cold as ice It is clear as a crystal sparkles with gases and be ing light and pleasant large quantities can be drunk without causing fullness or over satiety There is a prevalent idea that Kentuckians do not drink wa ter but I am showing the guests here as much as I can that it bu slander of malicious and evil prepense =0 This Is a verliblo paradise for chil dren and they are here world without end There are all sorts and sizes good children If there are any such and bad Children till you can not rest It would took like an orphan asylum except that the mothers give the little creu taros some attention They grow and thrive here In the cool shade and It Is a real pleasure to see them enjoy themselves fighting and scratching and in the numerous other ways known to childrenfamous 0-Goshen pass through which the waters of James River find their way to the sea Is near here and its scenery is as wild and magnificent as a painter over dreamed of The mountains reach almost to tbe sky and with the sparkling waters dashing and splashing at their base and fall In cascades from their summits a picture is made well worth the trip to see 0I havent been here long enough to get acquainted but 1 learn that there are a great many excellent people here Including Gov OFarrell and family of Virginia and others as distinguished l Those who seek rest and recuperation come here while those out for fun go to the White and the other resorts more adapted to the purpose though t one wants more than can be found ibere is moro than I can explain as all the new and old amusements can be had from bowling to golf In years long agone I spent some of my happiest moments here which this visit recalls with vividness and pleasure Before I knew what love really was I thought I loved a maiden fair to see who was spending a dreamy summer here She said she loved me too but as she after- Wards married another fellow and Is now the mother of his seven children a I suppose she too only thought she did JBut even If we were mistaken it was U delightful delusion and one that gave mo great joy then and many pleasant memories now though I doubt If she with her many cares ever has time to gro It a thought 0 There never was such a crowd at the Virginia mountain resorts as there Is ilt t 4 now Every one of tho dozens of more or less noted ones are packed and jam med The fearful host has done the work and the springs men are catching the good of the ill wind which blows only a hot blast to other people There are ov er 200 people hero and tbo cry Is stll they como o Amid pleasures present and joys past It did not fall to recur to me many times yesterday that It was county court In Stanford and that I ought to have been there helping the boys instead of possessing my soul In peace and resting my body In case at a water- Ing place In tbe 25 years that I have lived In Stanford however It Is the first I have missed as the few visits I have made were always arranged with a view not to be absent on that day A perusal of the last several INTERIOR JOURNALS has convinced me that I am not near so necessary to Its well being as I may have thought I was and that they can get along about as well with out as with me It is for that reason that I have stayed away longer than I expected to and would stay much long er but for hnnoylng libel suits and other vexations that beset a man who tries to hew to the line let tho chips fall where they may As God Is my witness I never published a malicious Item In my life and yet three several times I have had to answer to libel suits fur damages Not one of them has amounted to more than a little vex ation and a lawyers fee and if justice prevails as I am sure It will the one on hand will go the same way 0 1 have just received the last INTER log JOURNAL and for the sake of his torical accuracy desire to say that I wrote much not most of Richmond was burned after the evacuation which shows how much difference a little word may make 0While in Richmond the other day I paid a visit to the Confederate White House tbe home of President Jefferson Dayis during the war now used as a Confederate Museum It Is filled with relics of the civil conflict and Is one of the most interesting places that the son of a Confederate soldier like myself could visit It Is in charge of the Uni ted Daughters of the Confederacy and Is presided over by a sweet faced soft voiced lady who though past her prime Is still a very handsome woman and who seemed to take pleasure in ex plaining the exhibits to me Splendid portraits of Jefferson Davis and other prominent Confederates Including Gen John B Gordon adorn the walls while cabinets contain uniforms sworde and otber belongings of Lee Jackson and many other of the gallant men who fought through the bloody war for the cause they loved In the lawn in front of the Imposing four story build ing Is the main propeller shaft of the Merrlmac which in 1802 and in Hamp ton Roads did up the Monitor a U S fleet after one of the severest naval battles of modern times Many arti cles In the building help to convey a slight idea of the hardships and priva tions that the noble men in gray endur ed especially during the last days of the Confederacy and stand as living monuments to their indomitable spir its They make a man think more of his kind and cause him to feel a great er veneration and loftier admiration of the men who fought bled and died for what they believed to be right To them and tbe few of those who remain of tbe horrors of 6l05 be all honor and glory here and hereafter P W TIlE republican organs show symp toms of hydrophobia over tbe now provision of North Carolinas constitu tlon which disfranchises the Negro to a large extent not on account of color or previous condition of servitude but solely on the ground of iguoradce and predict thus this action heretofore taken by some and contemplated by other Southern States will eventually result in the enactment of a National election law by Congress in the shape of a force bill Why U all of this abuse heaped on the Southern States and nothing said about tbe hlstolc Commonwealth of Massachusetts which has for years had a elrallar provision In its constitution which was substantial ly copied by the erring Southern sis ters as well as by some of those of the North If those who follow a bad ex ample are to be chastised the one who sets it should not go unpunished If our memory serves us correctly the horrible doctrine of secession also originated In the neighborhood of Mas sachusetts It had 12 delegates In tbe famous Hartford convention of 1814 which convened pursuant to a resolu tlon of Its Legislature and its illustrious son George Cabot was its presid ling office Of the resolutions adopted this convention an eminent author ity says They are of Interest as show ing that secession was contemplated In New England at an early date In our history There Is also a well authenticated tradition that the sanctified timbers of the Mayflower were worn out In the African slave trade In addition to the high crimes nam ed Massachusetts Is guilty of first im porting the Australian ballot system of voting Into this country The mad organs should turn their batteries on the Old Bay State JOHN M PALMER who played decoy duck In 1890 knowing that the people can not be fooled again advises demo crats to vote straight for McKinley But democrats do not barken any more to the antiquated Individual who has boxed every point of the political com pass and who has long outlived his usefulness If It over existed A PERSON with a mild case of color demoIcrat Tim republican campaign committee has issued a document to the old sol diers to how what that party has done for thorn In the way of pensions and to convince theta that the only hope of a further raid on the treasury lies in electing their National ticket rho paper contains some startling and interesting facts For Instance during the 12 years Immediately succeeding the war tho total expenditures for pen sions were 3375000000 In the three years that McKinley has been presi dent 3420000000 have been paid for pensions and 35 years after the war there are 003520 pensioners on the rolls The grand total of pension payments to date roaches tho almost fabulous sum of two billions six hundred millions of dollars The republican managers point with great pride to the severe drain on tho treasury but peo plo who pay the taxes and get no bone fit from the pensions will likely vote for a reform Tim Rough Rider Is tho name of a paper just established at Pennvllle Ind edited It saClby tbe Hon Charles Flnlcy exSecretary of State of Kentucky but now a fugitive from injustice and a resident of the loyal State of Indiana It Is composed mostly of editorials devoted to every phase of Kentucky politics except the contempt of Kentucky republicans for legal procedure assassination the In timidation of tbe General Assembly by lawless hordes fugitives from justice governors perjuring themselves in re fusing to comply with requisitions originating conspiracies andwhen about to be detected skipping out and leaving fellowconspirators with the hemp to stretch We hope to have the views of the Rough Rider on these questions at an early date TilE Brown democrats held a confer ence in Louisville Wednesday with Cave of Winds Sweeney in the chair There were 26 In attendance and we hope and believe that this number In cludes all of them left in the State All made speeches of course and nearly all said that the republican party repre seated the Issues for which they are contending This statement is not published as news for everybody has Known it from the first and being ad mitted by then we are at a loss to understand why they persist in defiling the good name of democracy by claim- Ing to be of that persuasion SINCE our last Issue the jury was In structed in tbe Poweis case after much wrangling over the law and the speak ing has been in progress Owens Campbell Brown and Franklin are to speak yet All of the speeches eo far have been highly complimented Yout soy has bad a high lever and It was thought for awhile that typhoid was developing but his physicians now think that be will be well enough to proceed with his trial Now that an extra session of the Legislature has been called for action on the election law we sincerely hope that the desired end may be speedily attained without the members divid leg Into hostile factions as to the best meant of doing so Both parties agree that the present law Is not satisfactory and that it should be supplanted by oce perfectly fair and nonpartisan Under these circumstances there should be no trouble In attaining tbe desired result HAVING failed to answer the ques tions recently propounded In these columns probably because they were too hard will not Mr Yerkes now favor us with a response to the easy one suggested In Judge Brecklntldgos speech If Taylor was fairly elected governor Is not Mr Yerkes acting as badly as Mr Beckham In trying to get the fice before the expiration of Taylors term WILLIAM L TAYLOR Is the nominee of the Indiana republicans for attorney general It Is to be hoped that he will not bring as many trials and tribulations as did one William S Taylor formerly nominee of the same party for that office In Kentucky TilE Lexington Herald is demolish leg liryans speech of acceptance at the rate of two columns of editorial to two lines of speech At this rate the tusk will not be completed until after the expiration of Bryans first term I1i president A NUMUER of Ohio people commit ted suicide on account of the excessive heat It has hitherto been tbe univer sal belief that people who could stand to live in Ohio could toted anything else INDIANA now beat s the same relation to Kentucky that Canada did to tbe United States before the extradition treaty with Great Britainan asylum for its lawbreakers NEWS NOTES rFormer United States Senator John J Ingalls is dead The town ot Columbia B C was practically wiped out by fire Lightning struck St Andrews Oath olio church at Richmond Ind Loss e50OCOFitzsimmons and Sharkey will meet before the Coney Island Sporting Club N Y on Aug U5 for a purse of 825 000 InI078000 and the lives of 2301 American soldiersJohn Schefer an Insane man of Uklah Cal starved to death because of fear that some ono would poison her- Charles Eadds who was suspected as the assassin of Deputy Sheriff Charlie Ball bear MIddlesboro does not deny the deed Be claims self defense Deputy Sheriff Charles F Ball of Leo county Va was totted lying dead four miles from Cumberland Gap Vu lIe had bean shot a number of times with a rlhe Jonn II Reagan who nt 80 Is n rail road commissioner In Texas Is to ro tIre and devote the rest of his days to writing his memoirs Ho Is the only survivor ot President Jefferson Davis cabinet Tllman Rose a deaf mute who ran a blind tiger near Cumberland Gap was shot pad Instantly killed at his place by Qustou Patterson Patterson claims the shooting was purely accidental IIo has not been arrested Rosslyn fl Ferrell murderer of Ex press Messenger Lana was taken from Columbus to Maysvllle O When are raigned In court bo pleaded not guilty waived examination und was returned to jail to await tho action of tho grand juryDortch Campbell has retired from the editorial charge of the Corbin Pathfinder and W B Hudson Is again in harness The latter says ho is going to make the paper a warm republican member and those who do not like it tan help themselves The Confederate Association of the Army of Tanncsnoa adopted a resolu tion at New Orleans protesting against Gen John B Gordon accepting an invitation to attend the G A R reunion in his capacity as commander of the United Confederate Veterans Collls P Huntington the Pacific railroad magnate died of Heart dis ease at Pine Knot Lodge in the Blue Mountain region of New York Mr Huntington was nearly 70 years of age He leav s a largo fortune variously timated at from 910000000 to 850000 000 BLUEGRASS SEED KOOolDlueUIIMbefore you buy 1 C DUNN MTfitKM KY GUS MoCOEMAOK- If a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party Wanted To Rent A good Farm containing from 150 to JO acres Address ADVCHTiscn Lancai tor Ky SHEEP FOR SALE I have for sale 150 Mountain Ewes and trIO Indiana Sheep also a lot of South down Bucks J II Roach Cooks Springs postnffice Rowland Ky DR J 91 FINE OlTIIAMOUxnST and COXHUITINO OITI CLAN Will bin this vicinity for i few day and anyformthat you hay trml other and failed to set relief twp you away He guarantee Immediate relief or make no charge For Sale Or Trade I Two No Ulrilwll Clover Huller 2 year old One Champion tock Cruiher one pony Saw Situ Ilrennan Coa make good a new one 12 horsepower lluber traction enjtlne fiTerear old one boite power UIU two year old All theseguodegurranleedtoIMlnp- erfect order Terms tub WJ OeBAUN Perryville hy AN ORDINANCE To Reduce ant Exclude Certain Territory From Tbe 1mtent llniudarjr and Uinltt of the City of Sunford Ky The City Council do ordain as follows There shall be excluded from the present limit of the of Stanford all of that territory outside of the following lines and boundary towli Urgln nlnz ala attke at lundlei Kut gate prt near rUMofway of Ihe l ultrllleA Maihrille hall rod thence Morlh 31 Eul JS2 pole to North west corner of John Bright and MrDC of llalley In Goodnight line them North En Eat poles Northwest corner of S J1ullr1 garden thence South 5Ei Et J9I poles to a stake on old boundary line and roo ft DIfM line from the center or the tAnfunl and Yab Urchard turnpike thence South IT East 19 wlea to a stake on boulU bank of t Auplrs branch ou land of Sirs U Shanks thence South Uett UO gala to a Hone In North abutment of bridge on the Stanford and Logaca Crerk turnpike near the lot ot W Trllible Ibence South Eoy WI mpiles to a stake at Soutblcorer of J S Hock ere yard thence South WMIII 310 poles to a take at southwest corner of K 1l lIurblllOIb Uhftool pole a In IhsIIrrd and HuslonTllle turnpike t0 links Northeast or Nonlieo hiitment of the l rlee thence North Mt Wit IW poles a stake In line of Ili limit soil the cemeurr lot thence Norm U1 WIt Jlo ieln to lbo luolna corner at Hundley K ai gate sort Said itora ball be and constitute Ibe IImltl oi et the CUr o- fSa ford JS dliFEliMayor- L UVUlHS ClerkI 34th Annual Encampment CHICAGO ILL- AUG 27th To 31st 1900 Low Excursion Rates Via The And Connecting Lines To Chicago Return Through trains day coaches Pullman Steeper and free reclining chairs lo Cincinnati make close connections with Ieniujlranl Lines JIll lloute e II A U Ryand ilouon lo Chlcago dally Ticker with liberal return limit Sea small Mils or ask lllealaW A Cincinnati GEO A EUBANKS- J n candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to tho action of tho democrats party JAMES T JONES Is a camlldnto for jailor of Lincoln county partyVM LANDGRAF Is n candidate for Ansessor of Lincoln couu ty subject to democratic notion THALES H WRIGHT In a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to tho nc tlon of the democratic party Ho solicit your support JOHN C PEPPLES Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Ooutity partyPRUITTBROSIXDKUTAKKUS MORELAND KENTUCKY E IHUITT IBicricJa KunAiucR Splendid UTcrjr In Connection lists It oonille asl Two8 yar old Work Mule fur Ml Ja W s PARKHILL M DI HOMEOPATHIC PSYSI01AN ozperlencInolTun his services to the public of Stanford und vicinity Special attention given to cliroiilc cne Onico opposite Court House over Beazlcy flee r1 Stable OOlce hours from to 3 t THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The moat centrally located and only FIRSTCZLASHotel s 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from tho three principal theatres Street care pass the door to all puts of Tbe City Everything neat and clean OLD MOCK WHISKY George D Weatherford has a contract tar FULL COXTHOL AU SALE of Old Mock Whl ky la Huitoarlllo Ky II 0 MOCK Danville Ky FOX a LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all times W Logan Wood Manager SALE OF LAND AND STOCK Jo oNer dltld the estate of the UU Mn Mirth Singleton I will offer for IIle on the preut IK nr Crib Orchard on Saturday topt 1st 1900 v Her tarot contilnlog NC= AC =COIOf good bluagrw land well Improved with hrlrk hoiix of Ttn ruomt well spring garden chard TKKMJ Half lOb Inline In montba with Intereil Iowulou given M tooa ai Uriui are coia piled with At lIne time I will wll some hones sod Oowa Sale at 10 sharp C II SIXUIBTOX Admit Public Sale of Town Lots In tanfor aKy On SaturdayAugust 18 1900 On the premise at oclock r I wll of fer for sale Seven 7i7n Lti Of Ten Acre tMh With a street runiilug through 30 feet wide from the cutoff illtcu to the tract of Inml of J Uockur There ore two Iota facing on tho Somerset plke the other no on the cut oIT pike and are dmtlrnbl luu to build on or for pasture Tlc laml U good for grass or that grows out of mad TKIUIH or IrUllfImlt ah thu other onohulf on six mmitlii tlm with 0 psr cent Interest nod u lion held on tho lots un Ml pail Ios es8lou given in Minn ns soon the corn nn n pinion will d to gather and 3 or of than tareetaslen jlvri at mare About onehalf the whole Bind lain grass All tho land Is about half n eio from the eourt house D W VANUEVEEU PUBLIC SALE OF CASTLE COBB On Wednesday Aug 29 1900 At 10 oclock u wo will sell to the highest bidder at tho residence Castle Cobb farm tbo late homo of Richard Cobb de ceased Suidfurm containing ABOUT 300 ACRES- Of tho finest quality and boat watered blue grass land In Kentucky It U situated on the waters ot Ute Hanging 1ork In Lincoln county on tlio Stanford t Mllledge villerurnpiko four miles from Stanford and fe with Danville and all surrounding town with turnpike roads It Is convenient to Cincinnati Southern and L k N Itallroad Stations with good social and educational advantages and church conve niences The residence In a gooi frame dwelling of 10 rooms and two attics two large burns cribs stock scale Icehouse stud all other necessary outbuildings also a splendid young orchard In full blotting Itirm Is well fenced und the greaur portion nf It In blue grass for a number of year Tho land will be sold In one or two tracts according to best bid At the same time and place will bo sold about 25 acres of Knob land and some personalty Richard Cobb Jr near Danvlllo or Mr Kenley Trlbble on the premises will be to show place who may deslro to see 15terms made known on of vale Possession for seeding Vrlll beglven as soon ss practi cable and full possession Jan let 10U1 IHEUSI- lIOHAItDCOIUIJIt Executor SweepingReductioim ON ALL GOODS Lowest prices of MidSummer Every department III our liouio sparkles with scores of Irresistible Bargains It Is hard to specialize Items which most deserve publicity when so many are equally worthy so we mention a low articles In each department and promise you the entire stock Is I Proportionately Low Domestics Another case of Percales Just received lOc quality go for We have thrown out a lot of 12c Per cales to close at 8J and 7Jc These are not hard stock but the beat bright now patternsWe have some good patterns In Calico that we will allow each customer 10 yards fpr 35c Check Shirting Cotton Coker UrandIJo 36 Inch Drown Sheeting 5c 60 Inch red Table Linen only 15c- Inch red and blue checked Table Linen fast colors 25c Shoe Bargains Lot Ladles Dongoa Patent Tip tl 50 shoe will be sold this week for 09c Lot Ladles all leather flexible solo Oxfords In 3 and 31 for 40c they are worth f160 3 and 3J only Lot of Mens Globe toe Congress shoes worth S 2 will go for 1123 FurnishingsNotionsMena will go again this week at SOc Louisville Store liens Negligee Shirts SOc quality will bo sod 3 for fl ileas lOc hemstitched linen handker chiefs only One line of 20c i hoso In tan or black to be closed at lOc den lot of Mens Suspenders wire buckles web ends cheap at tOc will be closed at Up Ladles D opslllcU How worth 20c go in tills weeks sale for lOc Summer Comet 23c Choice of any Sec want In the house 39c A low of the big bargains in Linen Sklrtsleftonly4ScA braided blue duck Skirts left to close for 73- cClothing Another crash In Crash Butts Wo will sell thorn at low aa l thli week Boys Wash Pants lOc Mens Linen Coats GOc On our regular clothing stock we will cut them In half All Serges Cawlrnrcn Tweeds and Scotches will go at Priced unheard of before SHLINCERBROS PRORS T D RANDY MOoR Ii CLEANUP SALE On Womens And Childrens Shoes J And Slippers jIf you wnnt Bargain tee our BARGAIN COUNTER wa E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky t WO ILt MTOES1TS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prctcrlplions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful line of Stationery IJlank Hooks of every description Office Lone Distance Telephone 6 FU1tGiDt6Th- eWants of Our Trade and Can Furnish Any Thing In Ming Furnishings And Shoes At The Lowest Prices Our styles are never stale but always up to the Very Minute I 1 See Our Stock and bo Convinced Cunjmins S McClary r Ja Aa ALLEN CO Contractors And lOmildors STANFORD KY nave now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow lIne Celling Doors Sash Blinds and all kinds of Dressed and Rough Lumber Shingles and to cant poste c 110 make estimates onany kind ot work wanted Omce oppositegar L B Cooks a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY AUG 17 igoo E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAOKR n THE best materials combined with euro skill and accuracy Insure good t results No other methods aro over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS J R BUSH continues ill with furor Mns DR STHELB BAIABY is quite Btuk J N BAILEY of Mercer was hero this week NOUN to the wife of J B Wade a lli pound boy Mit 0 B COOPKU If troubled with chlllu and lever Miss ELLEN BALLOO went to Ole cinnati yesterday MK BOWMAN SMITH Is down from Corbin for a few day MISS NETTIE WIIAV has returned from Dripping Springe Miss ANNin MoKiNNEY Is caehlcr In Illgginfl fc McKlnnoyi Mit I F STKEIE of Iluitonvlllo Is In Kantas City on business i GROVER McGinitB of Jefferson Is visaing his uncle W S McGuire thus SALLIK POPE of Springfield is the guest of Mrs J S Uundlcy JOHN BlltOHT came down from Grays to attend the burial of his little niece GEOHGE LEt JAMES is back at Crab Orchard from to Philippine Islands MKSSUH G L PBSNY and S J Em bry Jr were In Lexington this week Miss MEU1K HOPPER of Huston villa Is tho guenof Miss Lucllo Cooper Bou HOLDEHMAN Is with his parents At Lebanon taking a much needed rest HON B B KINO of Moroland and wile had a happy family reunion tho other day Miss LizziK PORTMAN Is back from StaggInJOHN LCTKS went up to Whitley yesterday to buy cattle sheep and hogs for Lutes Co- Da A S 1RICR will be back from his healthseeking tour and In his office Monday next LITTLE Miss MATTIE MAY ALVEU SON of Richmond Is visiting Mr and Mrs J M Alvoron JUDOS T 7 MORROW of Somerset was on Wednesdays train bound for the YVllllamsburg fair Mss MOLLIE INQRAM and children of Erwin Teen are visiting her lath er Mr Isaac Ilumlltou- OSOAU HUFFMAN and Kmllo Meier are among the many who have attended the Lexington fair this week Miss EUZAIIETH PICKKTT returned homo Tuesday after an extended visit to hot slstee Mrs Will Severance Miss ELLA MAY SAONDERS and guests 1I1 Ualllo and Vlrglleno Dullard are with friends at Livings tonMISSES Lou AND HELEN HOOKER and W S Huffman of Hustonvlllo at tended the reception given by Miss Lu clio Cooper Miss EMMA UUNN Lute returned from the Hustonvlllo fair She report what she did not see was not on the pro gram Adalr News Dit Itr1 JONES left yesterday morning for New York City to attend a course of lectures Ho will be back at his olllco by Sept MBSOAMKS W N CRAIQ and J C Bailey are at Crab Orchard drinking ltd healthgiving waters They are quartered at Mrs flams MRS C C PARRISH and children who bave been guests at Col T P fins left yesterday morning for their homo at Clifton Forgo Va Jolla R BROOKS who has a good position with the Western it Atlantic R U at Atlanta spent several days with his mother at Crab Orchard MRS KlLA ROSE and daughters Misses Pearl nod Margaret and Miss Alice Drye of Hustonvllle were hero Wednesday consulting dentists and shopping MISSES ANNA Luc COOK and Mattlo Mcnclco left Thursday for Harrods burg to bo tho guest of Miss Mary Kay Solleo who hue been visiting them tho past week liON G A LACKEY G T Lackey and wife John H Engleman Jr and wife W T Smith and Miss Anna Mil ler Peyton loft yesterday for the Lox ington lair MRS WII WEAHEN Miss Mollio Daugherty Messrs G C livens W W Withers Will and Sam Mathcny It C Engleman Jrnd Craig Gooch and others wont to Loxlcgton Wednes day most of them to tho fair MUCH sympathy Is felt for Mrs John P Jones In the loss of her mother MraJM Elliott who died In Wash ington City Tho romaine wero brought to Lexington for Interment Mrs El liott had frequently visited her daugh tor hero LOCALS NEW Disc plow at Higgins t Mc IlnooylIIBuaaiE3 harness whips o cheap at Wcaren BrosIISEE our force pumps New and Im proved G U Farris CoIIDONT forgot Mr D W Vandevcere sale of town lots tomorrow afternoon W C ALFORD writes that It was a mistake about himself and family being hurt In a runaway and we arc glad to know that U was CATALOGUES Wo can supply you with catalogues to tho Liberty Brod head and Barbourvllle fairs All youve t got to do is to call t i ASIC to ice tho 11 wAIst for buy fled klrle All strain carried from tbo shoulder John P JODelII STORU FOR SALB Clean free stock of Groceries Hardware c Firstclass stand Satisfactory reason for selling Warren Shanks YOUR taxes arc now past duo and you must not put oil paying them long er but come at onco S M Owens sheriff GOOD crowds urn attending the lout tonvllla colored fair this week and tho shore of stock Is first clase The grot cake walk will como olT this afternoon Bio SALE Lincoln Wells the Yc Semite stare and heading king write us that ho Is just back from Louisville whore ho sold 500000 staves and head logs struck a tree close Lo where Will Uothwoll was guarding Walter Ulatle watermelon patch tho other day and that gentleman wa knocked down by the shock Fortunately for him ho was not badly hurt TilK Stanford will furnish rau sic for the soldiers reunion near Klnge vlllo which begins next Wcdncsdaj and continues three days Mr W L McCarty Is qn tho committee of ar rangomcnu which Is a guarantee the everything will bo In apple plo order Bio PATCIIW A Brooks of Cral Orchard who Is back from a visit to his relative Mr J E Carson former ly of this county but now an Arkania farmer tolls us that that gentlcmai has the biggest watermelon patch ho oversaw There aro 800 acres In Wand 300 In a cantaloupe patch near by McWiiORTElt Mrs Mary MeWbor lor wife ot Mr J W McWhorter died at M Iddlcburg Tuesday nightagcd 08 alter an Illness of 10 days the was a splendid Christian woman and popu gar with all Besides her splendid hue band a largo family all grown are left to mourn the lou of a excellent wife and loving mother VALCAIILK PAI DsITMrJoseph Harris of Knoxvllle who Is with his relative Mr Wm Dougherty has leased 85 acres of land near Eu banks where be has found valuable paint deposits Tho chrome yellow and other palate have been tested by ex ports and pronounced very fine Mr Harris Is hopeful of making a small fortune out of his discovery TUB Club was delightfully entertained by Miss Nan Newland at her residence on tbo Somerset pike Tuesday evening The lawn was beautifully Illuminated with Japanese lao terns and refreshments were served at the proper hour It was quite late whet the last guosu took their departure all expressing themselves as having en Joyed a mot delightful evening DKNNIS the old family horse ol Hon R C Warren died Wednesday at the ripe old ago of 12 oils life was as active and useful as It was long He served the Commonwealth one term as tho transport of Its attorney and hat led tbo charge In many a hard fought political battle Heros hoping that ho may occupy a high seat In the borso heaven so beautifully described by Bro Heroes ICLLINS CowD C Pulllns has a cow that will eat anything In the shape era rag or piece of paper that she can get to Sho will quit eating corn any time If she can get a news paper Davo concluded he would try her and brought out a dozen or more of newspapers and gave them to her one at a time She devoured them as fast as ho could hand them to her un til she got to tho last one She would roll It around In her mouth and then spit It out Dave said Drot your old soul 1 have got you full at last have 1 and gave It to her again but she wouldnt oat U Ho looked at tho pa per und saw It was tbo INTKR10R JOUR NAT and It was so full ot pure democ racy and grit that she could not chow ItPalnt Lick Cor Central Record IT la with profound regret that we learn of the doath of that splendid gentleman Mr A H Logan ot Boyle Ho wat the soul of honor a gentleman In all the word Implies a man among men and a credit to mankind Mr Logan had been of flux for several days and skilled physicians and loving hands did all In their power to sao him but without avail Ho was 73 years of age and as bravo and gallant an exConfederate soldier asevcr fought for any cause There never lived a better democrat than Mr Logan who spent both hU time and money freely for the good cause Ho Is the last of three brothers all of whom wero grand men and typical Kentuokians He was second sergeant of Co A Gth Ky Cav airy Col Grlgebys regiment Morgans command Ho was born In this coun ty and his comrades horn will attend the burial this afternoon in a body TILE biggest public sale of real es tate that has been made In Lincoln county for some time was that of W H and John S Murpb executors ol their father Squire John S Murphy which took place In front of tbo court house beginning at 1 l M Wednes day Tho farm of JCO acres on the Huetoavllle pike was bought by W H Murphy ut J5910 John Murphy got the 40 aero pasture to the suburbs of town at 6020 and W H Murphy the store room occupied by Warren Shanks for 3820 the old Christian church and lot on Depot street went to T M Goodknlgftt for 81 UO as did the Monroe Smith tract of 400 acres of knob land ou Green river at 75c of the 300 acres of knob land near Halle Gap Mr Goodkolgbt got l00 acres at 8103 and W H Murphy the remainder at 25e The prlcs were all satisfactory and the sale amounted to about 25000 I FRESH Cakes Candles c at Warren SbunklIIRBIIOUND sccnndhaad school books at Craig it Hockorn it FIVE bushels of chicken feed for 81 J II Baughraan Co WE handling the Llghtntni Hay Press and repairs Wearen Bro YOUR account Is stduo and 110 need the money Please settle IJm BeckSI AM receivinghandsome Uno of suiting for full wear Como In and Inspect IL C Rupley XinALlNE homespun camel hair serge elegant creponS just In for earl fall buyers J P Jones Tile republicans will meet hero morrow afternoon and Instruct for lion Gray Gelding Davlson for Congress FARMERS Return our wheat sacks at once or call and pay for them Wo need them to receive wheat Thl means you J H Baughman CoII TilE Sock Sgclal at Mr W B Mc Roberts by the Earnest Workers of the Presbyterian church last nigh was a most enjoyable affair Tip amount of money made was 81165 SEVERAL Sundays ago a colored church Hustonvilla ran out of wino for sacramental purposes and sent a brother to a saloon for some lIe Irot whisky either by mistake or otherwise and the members sipped it with al fervent a prayer as they overtook un fermented wine A REUKKAII LODGE was organize hero yesterday afternoon by State Or ganlzer Mrs Ellu Carr of Ashland Mr A C Sine was made Noblo Grand Mrs Peter Straub Jr Vice Grand Miss Maggie Lewis Secretary an Mrs John H Wooer Treasurer Tbo meetings will bo held In Odd Fellows Hall on tho second and fourth Frlda afternoons Fidelity Lodge No 11 was tho name decided upon DEATIIMary beth Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm M Bright died Wednesday morning at no early hour art an illness coverlet almost Its entire life Never strong tho little thing yielded to a compllca LIon o diseases Including malarial fe ver and now a loving father and mother are almost heartbroken over thi loin Seven short months the lIttle angel was loaned to them just long enough to learn to worship the bit of humanity Those who have never felt similar loisei can not truly sympathize with Mr and Mrs Bright but their friends here and elsewhere sorrow with them In this their hour of trouble Af tar a short service at the grave yester day afternoon by Rev F W Allen all that was mortal of the little sufferer was laid to rest In Buffalo cemetery TilE charming entertainment giver by Miss Luclle Cooper to the members of the Tennis Club Wednesday eve fling was attended by nearly all of the members and heartily enjoyed Assist ed by M Shelton Sautley Mite Cooper received her guests and with the as sistance of Misses Sallie and Jessie Dcano Cook she royally entertained them Refreshments were served In the grape arbor at 1030 after which sometime was spent In tripping the light fantastic conversing Ac Soon after the arrival of tho young folks cards wero given them bearing pict urea of advertisements and some 30 minutes hero spent In guessing what the pictures represented MUses Vir dole Warren and Ed Halo won the prize for tho best guess a largo boa ket of trull and Misses Mcllle Hop per and Georgo D Florence tho booby a cymllng flllod with stick candy Tbo yard and arbor were made almost as light as day with Japanese und oth er lanterns CHURCH MATTERS A Kllnginan Is holding an IGcorse meeting at the Church of Christ to which the public Is cordially Invited The meeting atlbo Methodist church conducted by Revs Lconldas Robinson of Lancaster and W M Britt the pastor continues to grow In Interest Good crowds attend each service and the sermons are able and full of sound gospel truths The singing Is an especial feature Tho meeting will continue through this week and perhaps lougerBHUBBLE Geo Wood sold Lewis Doty some stock hogs at 6c R L Hubble sold Jos Wllmont a bunch of ewes at 4 M B Eubanks sold to John Paul of Mlddleburg a pair of young mules for 275 J jC Eubanks bought some 1000 pound cattle of L C King at ale and some of B W Ulvons at 4c Lightning burned a hay tack for A L Spoooamoro Mrs Samantha Hub ble Is visiting friends here Mrs A L Spoonarnoro has gone to Science lull to eee her sick niece R L Hubble Mack Eubanka and D W Glvens took In the Lexington fair Thursday John Bourno and wife returned to Bollflower 111 Thursday after a months stay with her parents Mr and Mrs J W Anderson THIS AND THAT John W Verkca will open his elm paign at Bowling Green on Sept Tbo largest manufacturers of floury fire apparatus In this country have formed a trust with 80000000 capital The troubles at the Plttsburg mines have been settled and the men have all gono back to work Prof C S Venablo for 30 years professor of mathematics In tho Uni versity of Virginia died Sunday He was also a Confederate soldier of die IhctionIr a ROYAL Baking Powder i The strongest purest most efficient and wholesome of leavening agents Not lowest in price yet the most economical indispens able to all who appreciate the best and most f healthful food 1Ourcountry is enjoying prosperityalmost unsurpassed in its histOry A For everyone there is money enough to buy that to eat which is pure sound good wholesomeWhy we use cheap impure un healthful articles of food There is no economy in them they endanger the health theymay cost life There arc reported almost daily cases ofsickness caused by eat ing cake puddings or biscuit made with the I cheapalum baking powders In all articles for food buy and use only the best The good health of the family is of first consideration Alum is used in many baking powders because It makes poundAlumdren Yet the manufacturers of wellknown alum powders arc actually denying that their goods contain it I i ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK Russell Springs fair opened with a fair attendance Thorn Is a good dlt play of stock and some good racing Auditor Coulter say former Adjt Gen Collier had no legal right to spend a peony of the 10044 for which he received a warrant from Sweeney on Jan 31 An effort Is being made by his old company In Wayne county to collect a sufficient sum to erect a monument over tho late Capt B ERoberW Ho certainly deserves this recognition Coy Beckbam extended clemency In the ease of Samuel Patrick of Johnston county who was serving H term of two years in the penitentiary for manslaughter Patrick was sent up In Oc tober I899 for the murder of Holleck Rice at Palntsvlllo earlier In the samoyear Patrick Is an Invalid LAND STOCK CROPS AC- VIII McCormack sold to Will Lil lard 60 hogs at 4 37Jc Brown Cress have bought several bunches of bogs at 4Je The force fair gives 875 to the best walking stallion maro or gelding Beazley Bros sold to Matt Cohen of Richmond a pair of mares for 375 A Hardln county woman gathered 180 gallons of raspberries from nn acre of land aud sold them for 7280 Tho Connecticut Humane Society killed 232 horses during the yea rescued 178 lame horses and bad 133 men prosecuted for beating horses- J O McAllister of Moreland came to the Lexington truck last week with his string of horses in training He brought with him four head iSloik FarmAt Cleveland during the Grand Circuit meeting The Abbot Is surd to have stepped a mile In 205 and u halt hour later Goers drove him u half mile fa ono minute Lutes ft Co sold to Taylor Klkln of Burgln 200 stock ewes at 380 and to Hiram Campbell of Nlonolasville 175 at 4 They also sold to W H Murphy lOObarrels of corn put in his crib In November at 150 The Advocato says that Quinine S 228 J was killed by lightning on the farm of his owner A W Smith Quinine was by Abdallah Mambrlno out of the famous mare Ella Hopkins and tho slro of the great Geneva S 210 and Mattlo H 211 1UUUjIWjliWIjjioWiilrY j STYLISH RELIABLE s S Recommended by Lending L c Dreumnkcri t= They Always Pleascl MS CALL IPAITERNS NONEB1sTTERATANYPRICLIN7hc 3 and wn IS S xdlrtaidnti your neaten point fTHE McCALL COMPANY g 30 to 146 14lh Slrilt Ns York BiUKcnorrtcii ft 189 Filth Ave 1rantIJCo 1051 Market At San MSCALJSMAGA7LINE Brightest Magazine Published r3 Contains Beautiful Colored Plates fc s lllutrate Lile t Patterns Bash jfc Ions Fancy Work 2 Arena thU mandno lne S localty or SSrlufortannandother Submlptlnn only OOo ptr Iorl a 1HEE Ptiim 11t111 THE McCALL CO 146 W Mtn St New IL1MN11M4M411Na1tiy FINS FARM FOR SALE Ur P W Log nS him of IM term of No lunging Fork lend U for ale privately It hai upon It a Bolendld two brick house large tolitrco barn goal orchinl and nccMtirv out building to no acrc Tlrgln tall and beauti ful wontllinil Finely watered and In all refperti a ttnlclw frul mated on Stanford Mllledge Sn4Ltable Investment FARM FOR SALE Contains 105 acres and U In n pleudlJ ktnta of cultivation On the lllaclc pike 2 mile from Hustonvllle and 1334from More Innd UIU on It dwelling cf five room and good tenant house betides oecessarv outbuilding Splendid orchard good welt mid two springs Terms easy W II YIUOIIT Hu tonvllle Ky BrocU Fair Aug 29 30 31 Persons desiring to go Ihe Ilrodbcad Fair goInRoad Has Been RepairedFr- om Crab Orchard to Drotlbe d and it is only seven miles TWO FARMS FOR SALE Harm decided to change toy vocation I will ell prlrately my farm on while I lice 34 of a nine frum Crab itch L Ky This farm Is ono laud to goat lUtool cultivation acres ot river botlou lnd that Is tin corn and meadow land ulnae 80 acres U upland and well adapter to torn wheat blue inn aul all other crop A brick dwelling ofs room and cellar a well of splendid lrn tone water at the door two good Imeneiit house now bum and all nrfrmrr Ihulldtllgsl- wilit plenty ol good fruit and an 01 Block wa er make thl the mat desirable Urin In countyAlso acres ralln from Crab Orchard Kyon Ijtncaitertireet oppo lt the mous Crab rehrdSprints All lu grass with a large itock barn add an abundance ot water with ooo of the duet building rite In the neighborhood Al o a nice cottage Stanford Ky on Lancas ter itnei with elders garden Aa attached For furtbe particulars oil on or addrmi U iiUltNACJIICrab Orchard Ky Bil S JOCUND HEAL E TATEI AT AUCTION hlghutbidder Monday Sept milt 1900 County Court day lu Stanford 30 or 40 shares of Lincoln County National honk Stock m 6 Itoom Itestdcnce In Ilowland outbulldlnjand21 feet high and two stories A ttnloiidld lo cation Possession given at once Call If you wish to see the property or writo If you deslru a fuller description TKKMS Ono third ciili balance In one aud two years ISAAC HAMILTON Rowland Ky Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will bo In Danrllle Monday Veduesdays and Fridays Will bt In Stanford Tuesday Thursday and Sat urd Jfflce In Ilio Ienutngtoh Itulldlug Slanfurd W hour Sto12aa1tolrmOSTEOPATHY ThU Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of Klrmvllle Mo deud on the principle of An towjr sod 1hyilolujy for IW reo lulli It rnlulnwnoslth no drug no rubbing no iiirgkal operations In claim super naturalatcuialhyviews man a a machine Olio nianr parUi lia keynote ailjuilment when all ian Ito properly adjusted and not overworked health U the resul- tSomcihe dlMuuet treated ui Nervous Irootratlon HeadichM Neuralgia libeuuiatltiu Calarra Weak Eye Granulated Mill Woftre ConstipationIleaace sad Inlellol trouble Ulseases 0 IJon Ind Joints gplnalcurrature UUlocatloni SUrtJolnti PanifdluoontlnonceofUrine Locomotor Atax 11 Coniultatlon gees Go To HIGGINS McKINNEY 3 Stanford Ky FornThe Superior Disc Drills t The Tiger Disc Plows The Tiger Disc Har rows TheStudebakerJWagons The Dicks FeedOutters The Dain Corn Crushers i The Oliver PlowsI Reducedr1ricea CUT HALF IN1TWOi1 We dont want to cirry them over and almost anyjprico takes them Ladies Slippers Greatly reduced in price We have some nice ones loft A beautiful patent teeth er for 81 50 ALLSUMMERCOODS r Must go and its your opportunity DoJJ 19ROJrn1IDRTS 4 limJ 1im 4 r OUR 1 I I Remnant m s c I tl Counter iHas been a decided success to us and also to our customers have been enabled to clean up stock and our customers have sothe splendid values We are now offering the remnants from t WeIit remnant counter Look at the Shirt Waists and Skirts Belts Ac Fast colored Lawns at only 3c yard 11 Splendid Slippers at 50c fi lfti 75c toISee what we offer In glens Shoot at fl All 15c and 20c fjj at lOc Good Cotionade 1710100 110ISEVERANCE A t Opposite Court House IJ J 3 u Ill addition to the lines cc KID GLOVESWo have been handling made by 7ortheltner Co we have added the celebrated P Centemurl Cos make and we think we now have the best f1 and f160 Gloves ever offered to the trader Come And See The New Shades I Remember wo give you n perfect fit or no tale Always have your Gores fitted In the store and you know then what you are buying JOHN P JONES Stanford THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Title is now the most Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgtnat Lenses tho new discovery lu optical science I wish to say to tho Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received Urge stock of the very Latest Designs i9JY1oulditgs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suit able for framing from the simplest photographn the mot elaborato palntl Among tho lot is the New mouldings specially forsultafck nellcato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors pictures that ri dulre a dainty trams When In Danville call and see us and get our prices We will save you moneyJ THEJTiilOR JOURNAL Enttred n the fiottqfflee at Stanford at u llau matlerI71bllahesTUsY oAncSIirlcSova t 1 PER Y AR CASH a Wben Dot sopatdOJSOO will e barged KNOXVILLE KITrain going North 1IIIIa m ji a SODlht2bIDI23 1452pu For KENTUCKY 111I1o1ntaI So a Arrrlresat Stanford at 103 A K No Leatee Stanford nt 210 No Zl ArrlTfi at Kowland at 1200 nAY No Laarea Stanford at 280 p QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South ran Junction City Jfo oe not stop No S Orx KeJ 11221 opioruJoIrg No 2 ilorint atop Ko t 545 Io 61 2J P MI No 1064 u FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leave Frankfort at 850 x SIO r iaDd I r UvflOeLhgat Ueorftetowo with theQ Ketnrnlng leave Paris at 130A u and p V reaching Frankfurt after connecting with IjTileSOUTHERN RfllLWflY IN KEtTUCKYICoadud Stkidtle la Efsot MiflO IA8TDOD NOL No r No Lt LuulzyLlIa Tliam 400pnv 1pm- Ar SbelbjTlll 910am fiCptn 0f rm Ar Lsrencebc 910am e2SpTn 844p- mmunmAr Vereillle 647pm HXtttmAr Leilncton 715pm lOiSJpm wrriovicn R 0 01I loT Lexington 730am 43fpm 515am ArVenltl1es IMam 6CCpm 61Vira Ar Lsreneebc 890am SSuptn 853aI Ar Shelbyrlllav 910am a 15pm LSOara Ar IxmnvlUe 1040am 740pm TKUra ZASYBOIZtD WESTBOUND tfo SNo STATZOIL NO IINo 14I I4Opmllo401mlI6pm aUSTBOUim T1OUD 110 lSttKo671 ITATIOHS INo MtN M 1fttpmjC47pm taKam LT Verallet Ar 7Kam RCpm TlOpm ILIOam Ar Midway LT 710am 34Opm 1pltZOain Ar Georgia LT 700am 110pm KASTBOOKD WISTBOCND tNo itNo 5 STlTIOIiL tNO II No t14II1m 100pm LT LoulaTll A Itt40am 740pm- I0tam tMpm LT Venllei Ar 7Mam AOipm ILffiam 7S3pm Ar Nlchlrlll Ar fl5fiam 406pm IlS8pm 830pm Ar Blchmnd LT 806am 310pm Ar Irrtne LT lUpm aTATIONL No L No 3 loT LouLsWe74Sam 745pm Ar Lexington ltt45am laaopm Ar KnoiTllle 700pm 74sam ArAaberllle VIOam tlOpm Ar Sarannati 61Im ArUaekaonTllla 93am loT Cnatunooj or pm 6Z iiIAr Atlanta laSJpm Warn Ar Macon IMam IXtpta Ar JacksonTllle Mam m00pm L Chattanooaa 810pm fl4iam Ar fltrmIxubm 10pm 1I4I4m At Meridian 930pm Ar New Orleans BSOaml Na I through steeping ear LouliTllle to Blr Hlncham Tla Lexington and Chattanooga No a Zee obterTaMon ehalrcsr LoulaTtllo to Lexlnctoa No free obierratlon chair tar Lexington u oultTllla Na Rlceplnec nirmtngham to LoultTllla Tia Lexington All trains between LouUillle Lexington and Burtln daily- Iletween Veraalllea and Georgetown Nos II and dally N050 7and aII ncept sunal Between Veraalllea NleholaiTillo Rich 810nd and IrTtnn dally except Sunday tDatly except Sunday Other tralni dally rSQA Of SPa aM J M CULl T M Washington D a Washington DC WATniKo P A WMBTATU AUPA Washington a LouUrlU KH mbor1anPa11 Hoteli- I NOW oPEN Fare better than over Fishing season in full blast DoUr harks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further partlc nlara j J B OWENS fon Parkers Lake Ky BEAZLEY HAYSt- 1NDEI1AXERS a AUO UlilKRSIX Furniture MattiiijjsRugs And Wall Paper Thoy will Exchange Furniture for all q kinds of Block Give IhemIa call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ j4cG A Y if DERT AltERiivi ManiitUrCr and Dealear In ci KSSS SADDLERY 0I i Stanford Ky A correspondent of the Chicago Tlmtalleraldcommtnts playfully upon The Lftlat Slftnltthe latest tang phrase that has be rhrr come current in New York society lIe notes that If one vea9 a shirt that has plenty of color friends say Ht fierce If a young lady comes out with snowy shoulders and diamond tiara her ad mircrs stand oil nnd whisper one to another Isnt she ftercel It n horse shows up well on the track the sport pass along the word thn t Whirl wind Is fierce today The golfer who succeeds in winning five out of fX holes from Col Bogey is fierce and when the baby Is brought out aU dressed In its downiest coat and softest laces Its beautiful auntie holds up her hands and exclaims Oh isnt the darling fierce Everything In New York is fierce just now Tho new steamship Deutschland which has broken the maiden record across from Plymouth Is fierce young Richard Crokers 20000 bull pup is fierce Mrs Herman Oelrlchs new automobile Is fierce little IVilllo Vanderbllt duck trousers are fierce and the dec orations at the recent Ha vemeyer wed ding were fierce If you have a de sire to shine before men as one who Is thoroughly up to the present you must forget to soy wouldnt that jar you and express the opinion that Us fierce Anyone who Is not at all famliar with the feelings of the plain people must be aware that OR a rule they are more willing to be sent in case ofsick ness to a hospital managed by a pri vate corporation than to one managed by the public writes E P Wheeler In Atlantic Yet a vigorous agitation to abolish all public aid to private charl1 ties has been lately set on foot by many wellmeaning citizens who it stems to me look atthe subject too exclusively from a theoretical standpoint On the other hand as the supervisor of Catho lie charities in New York city has very well put that side of the question the private institutions give the use of their grounds buildings and equip nents to the public without charge and In addition do the work cheaper than It could be done In public Institutions At llalstcad Kan an interesting se ies of experiments In wheat growing a being conducted Last fall about 150 varieties of wheat selected from allover the world were seeded and about so of these were in good condition dur- Ing the spring It is desired cotonly to determine which of these foreign vheats will do well In Kanras and sim- Ilar climates in thIs country but an effort will be made to improve each va riety by ingrafting and crossfertllizn Jon New varieties will be produced having the better qualities of both parents It will require several year ot propagation in the same soil to de termine whether the product is valua ble or otherwise American I athletes have demon itrutedi so conciusivey their superior Ity over all foreigners that the Lur- Prise of European experts must have been nil keen us when the American nay showed what it could do at Ma nun and Santiago The American Is coming to the front in these days in many tines of activity and Europe doesnt appear to like the appearance of its lusty western rival ft is always difficult to secure a quorum in the New York city council says a local exchange At a recent meeting the necessary number of members failed to attend and the president was about to send the ser jeantatarms after some absentees when it was learned that the ofllcer named was himself absent and that lIe had not attended u meeting for months Do not buy land on which the trees are small and of not very tWck 1brcland always go on this principle Land thickly covered with timber Indl ates good land where the trees are scattered and not very tall indicates poor land In Ellsworth Me last week a hive of Italian bees swarmed and alighted- on the fence surrounding an inclos ure in which wore an old turkey and her young brood The mother turkey attacked the bees which responded with such vigor that in less than 20 minutes the old turkey and all her young ones were dead Several Chinamen in large cities have been badly treated recently by hoodlums and as a consequence in some lo lollties have become very much scared The lauudrymen everywhere take ev cry opportunity to proclaim that they have neither relationship nor sympathy with the lIoxeraISome phases of the rivalry existing between Kansas towns are highly amusing An Atchison paper explains that Topeka ls holding her horse uhow only at night because the horses are engaged in hauling delivery wagons during the day In Philadelphia a case has just been finished concerning u diamond which case caused two yirs litigation in the law courts sent four persons to the penitentiary for long terms and has cost big sums for lawyers fees 61 v PArs aREA TEST nEED ijiendIIISel femcifitisln lie hark of till bead On using lectrlr Ilium Amtrlcna grealnt Blood arvs Ilciuwlv all p In soon len him JlI lilY its iiram lutUlrln U what his country nreils All uierii4 knows that It cures liver and kidney Iron tlpurllle the blood lOOM up the stomach rtilivni the nsrvn Tim vigor Iud new bodyUutraiitveJ oulr M f nti SolJlir Penny Drug Il 31tit1Colored Fair DnovUle Aug round trip rates in effect on days of the fair via the Queen Crescent Route ill PtlIlt8 between Georgetown and uWeCtlrA Whr Ther Quit Sir Blllus I am glad to see fs tlldh thnt you nnd your woman friends have quit taking flowers nor els and fruit to that wlfemurderei in the Jnlll It was about time you got over being such sentimental idiotsMrs Blllus Yes and besides It Is now generally believed that the man is nothing but an impostor anti didul kill her after nlliN Y WorM IJnvy- I found n fourleaf clover yesterday while out walking with n young wom lintsaid the breezy young person Do you consider that n sign of luck Emphatically answered the man who hind his coat oft and was toiling If being able to wander around hunt big jourleaf clovers with a pretty gIrl isnt luck I dont know what Is Washington Star Meant Jual Wlint lie Sntil Mrs Smythe What la poor Mrs Perkins going to do now that her husband in eatJ- 7SmytheTake in boarders Mrs Smythe No Why she cant eookSmythePrcclsdJ1 Didnt I say that she was going to take them in Harlem Life Effect of Internnl Rxnmpte- Mr Tucker who sometimes goes gunning was trying to teach Tommy the meaning of the word brace ns ape plied to game Now Tommy he said if you should go hunting nnd kill 20 pheas ants for instance how many would you say you had bagged Fifty replied Tommy Chicago Tribune Stickler for Vroiirletjr- Tess She is the most precise and circumspect girl I ever met Jess In what way for Instance Tess She hat been lounging about In a loose wrapper today when she sruddvnly remembered that she must write to her fiance So she went and got dressed up before she did It Philadelphia Press The llIrl Arrival Ajxl still Mr Ktayc remained in the parlor EdlthI called n gruff voice from upstairs toll Mr Stnye If he meets time milkman as he goes out to order two quarts for me Thl had tho desired effect Chi cago Dullycsvs j Knew Something About It You have this word wrong nld the man who had been dictating I said marital nnd you have written it martini Oh I guc w thats all right an rwerrd the stenographer with eon ictlon Ive been married myself Chicago Post Slow work Maria you let that young Bolster stay lost night until one oclock But mamma you told me I must gire him time to nut live proposeIWhy mamma you tersUeyelnnd Plain DeaerIA Do yo believe every man has his pricerIghum thats a libel on human nature Every once In awhile you find a man so rich he doesnt need any more money Washington Star Acceptable Wbero are you going my pretty maldf Im guiana awhecllns sir iho said May I co Wills you my pretty maid Yell rubber is good for Urea she said Hi Y World- LIVV1xG vhlO ENOUGH ALONE II v J tomer1ouennrge photographs dont ou hokgrnp1IeIYcs madam Customer Well I wish youd en large this one but you may leave the nose as it Isl Fllegonde Blnetter lie UlIlJlr HIt Is a perfect little lamb One often hare It aald And many a time the little lamb Grows up to bo a mittonhead Hadfoid Ilovlow x The Tolun of Experience Do hogs pay too wrote the anxious inquirer to the editor of an agricultural paper Not if they can help it replied the editor who hod just been looking over hs list of delinquent subscribers N Y Journal Tlieir 5 crot- Oh ytH they had been secretly engaged for nt least a year before their marriageWho told you 1 Why everybody knew itlChl cago TlinertJIerald Imitation 5011 Blxbya dog in n great Imitator He an cturul on his hind legs and drink from n bottle- I suppose ho hanioftcn seen his muster do thatCleveland Plain jXaler Hell Cure Did the doctor give you something to cure your neuralgia Edgar No I got nwfuliy mad because he kept me waiting so lonEr then I felt better anti came nway Chicago Rec ordSHEAKNESS CANNOT BE CUllED Ur local applications aa they lannot reach the dlMa otl imnlon of lbs ear Tr II only one way tocurtdeafnew and that Ie u niltullonal rimedles Deamnc lscau lIy nnlndinwl lonI illtlon of the mucuus lining of the KuiUclilan Tulip When thla lube la Inflauieil you hue a rumbling sound or Imperfect healing anti when It Is mlrtlT vlo ed De fncis III1IUult1and union thel tlimmailoncan be tul mtorM to Ita normal condition hearing will tie ilettroyvd forrrer rlnecawaoutof ten are ClUed Catarrh which II nothing but an Inflamed con lion of the mucous aurfares We will glre The Hundred Dollar for any cite Dfttoen Iaused liliCiluarrli that cannot be cured Vf llalla Catarrh Cure tiehit for circulars tleeFI CHENEY A COI Toledo O Solil by Druggist 78 llalla Fatally Illls we the best It PREVENTED BY CUTICURA SOAP TREATMENT Cleanse tho scalp and hair with warm shiamptos of COTITOlU SoAr rinso with warm water dry carefully anti apply alight dressing of CorjcraU purest of emollient skin cures gently rubbed Into tho scalp This simple refresh lug anti inexpensive treatment will clear time scalp and hair of emits scales anti dandruff soothe Irritated anil Itching surfaces stimulate tho hair follicles supply the roots with energy anti nourishment anti ruako tho hair grow upon a sweet wholesome anti healthy scalp when all elsa falls Millions Wonun tea CCTICOIA 8or eiclnstralr beantirjlng the ikjafor the fatl1olfbllrforlOltfnlulnd whitening redrouh handsia the form for torrlOIOf of wasbe for ulcerative for too free or perspiratIon In the fonu irritatIonannoying aanatlre antl epllo purOe for all the purpose or us toUt bath weaknetses for many and Ccricvii soLe combine In usa Iiur It Os tacI ko5 Cat tll 5157- Skin nonerr sad complexion soap and the sirs toilet sad baby soap In the world aXTIUL UD IXTISSIL TUUUT rOil stake utao pairs piess CshCris tDd Crtic i nUT A 5IsOI air on CCTirciu CBTicrma Owmtm t 55of tonworld isSold r iaJlliliwrnt ea touuvtng tnDive AJO CHIN ciie ItUP I5toa lot Tjow GO TO JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky pe New Dry Goods jnd Notions The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys Linen anti Light Weight Suits nt Greatly Kcduced Price I will he glad to furnish you lIllY day in the year suitable giMxls at Bottom Prices Southern Mutual Investment Woe OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond If hot write to the home office for literature or call on our nearest agent for an explanation Of its terms and conditions Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns il60 and five per cent interest for the average time fur eooh dollar paid in 2 Stock taken now will nil be matured in from fcteuteen to tw nlyfonr monthi with a large part retteeraed in a much shorter time V 8 It Is matnreJ in consecutive order consequently all element of chance is elimina ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin the sooner will your coupons begin to mature For further information address J C BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary Lexington Ky I IHH HISaJlmnler Excursions great trunk CrescentIexpeditiously C TT Sf D Special Low Excursion Rates Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting places on Mountain Lake and Seashore A New Ticket to Mackinac- You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that will take you to Chicago thence by the palatial steamer Manltou to Mackinac re turning via I 8 C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C II D Ry to I Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never The famous resorts of the South are also open no OfrCredII son nt Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Fulls Springs Tenn promises to the most successful Queen A Crcarent train are palaces c urel Through Pullman leepcrs dully all pouthorn cities Iarlor observation awl choir IHM from Chattanooga Stoma AttnlU on trains Freo reclining chairs from fkittAnooga on night trains FChcdule perfoeltrick No intake no dust no cinders lromI Hvinl fur free as to summer n ri and Quecn CrcKcnt service to ttchcll P P A Chattanooga Tents or cull upon your ticket ajcnt W J MURPIIV General Manager W C RINCAKSON Ocnl Passenger CISCIXNATI M e 5HeHCN Ce Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres FOE eE JGood property In the town of Crah Orchard W LANDQItAK Krlecr Ky POSTED- I berehr Dotirr the nbllc thai my land Is lost tnjaaingi thS lull extent oUhe law t t FtdArtD HOTEL FOR SALeLeading Jlolelln tlllert with good butlneu lriiicIiall7graMAdJrcu lVTlniOH JulBMAL EOSTED mayarialr1gerKyIlana on Duck whitr1111th LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEJILERS- Millodgoville Ky W hue OUliindslCiO ItOO Stock lwn and also hareonUI hndl Iholou lbu tii1iiilo l u tir LtTF4i CO W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vitalized Air Phydclan In Attend luee Office in the New Thompson tiullplng lie SEED WHEAT 400 BU MICHICAN FULTZ orHIITime crop of boo blade 34 bushel Mr acre tlmotbrMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON lror Lancaster i Kentucky splonthdtablemeot all trains gp J T SUTTON Undertaker Hnatonvillo Kentucky Olln his service the people ONt tlatoland Caaey 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