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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL a ISSUED EiZERY TUESDAY HND FRIDAY HT 1 H YEHR IVOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 21 1900 9 A M NO 49 aCLARENCE COLEMANS LETTER DACOLOK LUZON I I July 12 Alter un abiunco of several weeks I will again tako pencil In head to In term you that the floQds have not as yet taken us away I havo now bee In these lane close on to seven months und thu chances are that anoth er eovon months will find too hero In 03 very few volunteer or rctrdlar rcgl menu were In Cuba or Porto Ulco over five months and very few worD In tho tropics live months Wo may got hono by early spring Will anyhow bo In the Islands a year and most probably a little longer I dont mean to cay a year longer No nofby any meant as a year from today will find tho present volunteer army fulMledgcd citizens without ono Iota or tint of military about them and 1 will earrllht now not one out of 60 of them will reenlist for tropical service In fact many vow that aa Invading army would havo to land foot on American toll to induce them again to quit the pursuit of civil lIfo to again outer tho military arena Of course wo aro all anxious to got home but nod comfort In tho fact tbat therell como a tlmo some day In fact present outlooks as to tho early homo coming of tho volunteers seem to depend for tho most part on tbo war In China Should tho pig tan muddlo bo soon brought to n close without further drawing from tbo present Philippine army of occupation aDdI matters continue to grow brighter from day to day In tbo archipelago as tbeyI have been the past month there Is litI tie doubt but that the voluntoere will all bo home by early spring It bite been the Intention of the war department for some tlmo according to tbo army and navy Journal to begin sending tho volunteers homo tbo latter pan of November It will take four months or more to lard the 26 volun teer regiments on tho native soil TboI 11th Cavalry and tile 30th and 37th In fantry will be the first three reglmenu to leave they having been organized at Manila under the call of Juno 30 from discharged volunteers and regu lars that had seen active service In the Islands prior ty tbo can of Juno 30th The above mentioned regiments wcro In the field beforo either of tbo other volunteer regiments bal sallcil from Frisco therefore It Is nothing but right that they should go homo first W P Martin and a number of Lincoln and Casey boys aro In tho 37th Tho Glorious Fourth has como and gono and not soon will tho 1000 Fourth be forgotten by Uncle Sams men In the Philippines a tho day was fittingly celebrated by most of the American garrisons and ono of the most striking features of the cdlobra lions or Oe ta Americano was the part the natives took There were no exercises at Uacolor during the dnI but wo came In for partdurlng the ovoI ning of the Itb Tho 4th was field day at Uuagua whore Companies A and U and battal ion bvadquartor are suctioned Prizes were offered In various athletic races and sports Company carried oil first honors winning fil points or prizes nut of 100 and the entire battalion four companies A H K and 14 contested Of course our boys camo back home very jubilant and enthusiastic over their brilliant success There were 100 and 160 yard dashes broad jumping mule races tub lacos potato race tug of war base ball etc Well Intact huvont the npuce to enumerate tho UI rlous sports Indulged In The boys nluI hud a dinner lit for a king every four men having two chickens two plus mashed potatoes etc also beer On the ulght of tho 4th there were oxer clsos or fiesta here at Dacolor There were fireworks volley tiring dancing etc plenty to eat and drinkbeer ice cold punch und lemon cream Tho plnolpal exorcists were held at the olllocrd quarters of which three rooms were roost gorgeously decorated with palms bunting und the National colors There wore some 40 or 60 of thu most prominent und highly cultur ed Filipinos present also American otllcers from nearby garrisons It eelUI ed that the natives actually took ti greater Interest In tbo celebration of the occasion and the success of sumo than wo Americans and I have no belt ncy In saying that loco tlempo before lung thutthey will be mucho bueno Amorlcurloa good Americans Many of the natives brought In dishes sliver ware and other necessities for the oc casion Two Filipino bands furnished music for the occasion Ono of the striking features was that there were no less than halt u dozen oxinsurgeui ollicerd present and there was ono pres eDt that at the thou held the commis sion of a captain In Mascardos brigade but of course wo were Ignorant of the fact at the tIme but anyhow Gupltan Llorento must have pot Americanized that night for three days later bo and Lt Palma also of Mascurdos1 array came In and surrendered to Capt Rut loncuttcr and asked to take tbo oath of allegiance to the United States Quito a number of Insurgent oUlcers have lately given themselves up Bacolor I hear of but very few Dacol lor citizens befog In the ranks of the Insurgontarmy but there were some 40 or 60 olVccM who claim this cIty as their homo Ono year ago today the United States hadnt a friend In this whole section In fact tho boys in blue hadnt at that tlmegolton this far North but what changes afow short months can make For Instance on tho night of the celebration ono of the bands which did othenr American tunes was the same band that wolcomed Agulnaldo only a few short months ago when Aggie was on his triumphant march to tbo North A largo army post regulation flag was presented to the president of Dacolor Judge Mocaplnloe a native and judo e of the court of First Instance made the rcsentatlon speech amid the cheers of Viva Americano The stars and stripes now float oer the na tive police station and many of the better class of citizens havo lesser flags la their cases The exerciser were In every way a complete success and the celebration has undoubtedly done much to strengthen tho friendly relations al ready existing between Americans und Filipinos not only In the pueblo of Ua color and province of Pampanga but throughout tho entire archipelago from Luzon to Mlndanoa Godspeed the day when peace will once moro reign su o promo In these fair Islands of the sea Tho pence commissioners will do much In bringing about peace The Filipinos havo much confidence In the commis sion yet they think the commission quite tardy They dont understand the delay The tact Istbo commission err havent as yet netllnd down to bust news and wont tuko control until about the 1st of September They aro studying tbo situation learning thet Ideas habits wishes etc of the yarl out classes races etc that they maybe well acquainted with them and to their needs President Taft bat at ready outlined his work and has amet subdivided among the various mem ben of the commission and they will bejcady to act when tho proper time comes Their policy has been outlined and given out to the public The announcement of same has had It lIaluII tary effect on the Filipino public and that affect has been good for the most part Of course there is that class of natives who think empires can be built in a day and are beginning to think ibo second peace commission will prove a farce but I think otherwise However the class have just spoken of are hnpI plly in the minority I cant help but side with Mane Henri1 too Hag can never be taken down from Luzon I urn not an Imperialist and am not an- aadvocate of Imperialism by any means but wo have already gone too far lo withdraw Theso Islands haze cost us too much precious gore and too many mil stone of gold to now withdraw the Hag where It took tbo sacrifices of many lIIpIDoHcpubllo over once established for the very relJson that a very small per cent of the wayhalfdozen tribes and 25 different tooguosL In Luzon alone and each tribe seems to be at loggerheads with the other No I republic can stand without unison of both race and language I am not toI sy an expansionist by any means In fact have always been ugainbt It Att first didnt think It right for the Unl ted States to retain these islands but we have already gouo too far to tako a backward stop by withdrawing at thIststage of the gismo only to leave of the East to full tIrcedof some other pOvort ktypesenough to know that such a thing as Hopubllca Filipinos could not exist und wo know that even the worst of I government administered by the Unlsted States would be more stable than tho best at tbo hands of such traitors as Agulnaldo and I wish to also add slowlybutlain not an expansionist or ropubllcap jncsllywill be elected I do not fear the fate of the Filipinos should the boy orator of tho PJattu triumph for Bryan Is their friend and should democrncsIchampions win in the battlo of the ballots as I do earnestly hope they will with a Congress of the same complexion oVerythlng will be well for the country at largo It cantcertulDly bo pay worse than the predecessor of Mr Bryan with Us many failures and mis takes Welljna to the progress of tho insurrection I will give It a passing notice There Is still considerable fighting going on Injvarlous parts of tho archipelago but principally In tho islands of Luzon Panay and Mlndauva but thero Is not onethird of too scrapping going on now that there was six weeks ago The prospects for an earls pence are growlngjbrlghter day by day I dont mean by an early peace that It will come tomorrow next week or next month but In tbo near future It takes time to end u war much less insurrec lion among a semibarbarous race Tbo truth of the matter Is thb greet majority of the big guys have either been capturedor como In and surren dered und it Is believed the majority of thosa slow In the field will tako adyan tago of the presidents 00day amnesty They aro surrendering hero and they every day and a couple or moro In stances whore wholo commands have not only laid down their arms but vol untarily surrendered same to tbo Uni ted Status and taken the oath of al legiance Gen Plo del Pllar who two months ago was antagonizing ibo American garrisons from Cavlle to Du lucan but who was later surprised and captured near Ban Pedro Malatl has taken the oath of allegiance and now waste to raise a regiment out of tho flower of his former array to fight der the slant and stripes in the flower kingdom and Its dollars to doughnuts that a picked regiment of his former command of little barefeet wquld round up as many plglalls as the next ono Most of the former great leaders of the revolution now see the hopeless ness of the cause and aro resigning to tbo Inevitable und hoping for the best Many of tbo unreconciled have formed late organized bands of ladrones terrorizing und robbing tho natives com milling rapine and devastation murdering and pillaging the peaceful natives showing no favors but murder ng Innocent women and children larder to protect their ill gotten galas and satisfy their passions They lie in ambush for small parties of our moo Only last week Secretary Dean of the Y M C A ut Hollo Panay Itlc together with a scnfeantnnd two privates of the 20lh Infantry while en route from Leon to Hollo were attacked a wholo company of armed 10urgoDtlI near San Dlus Two of them were wounded They fought till tbo lalltI ut wero soon surrounded and captives but very soon afterward were released when they quietly vamoosed Mr Dean is a young evangelist from Grand Rapids Mich and came over toI he Philippines on tbo Logan with tboI 41st regiment He is known by every man In the regiment who hold him in high esteem and his many friends admire his pluck and courage Mr DeanI held religious services every tho Logan cnrouto from NewI to ManilaWo jet mall from the States oftener than twice a month To jlveI you an idea of the quantity of mall reoI calved at Manila I will give a few fig urea The transport Logan came In on the IClh with SCO bags of U S mall followed by ibo Sherman on the tat with over 500 bags The last mall re ceived from the States camo on the Gaelic via of Hong Kong and conS slslcd of nearly 300 bags The Thom s Is duo now wIth C29 bags We very often get mall by tho way of Hong Kong There is a line of mall steam ers plying between Frisco Honolulu okoboma Nagasaki lobe and Kong Kong so a considerable part of our mall comes that way but thorn leonlyn transport service each wayof two malls ojmonth and wo often have lo do wIthI that If thorn Is ono class thatI writes that class Is the American solI dier especially the volunteers The filet regiment recently received 11 s of mall and we send out moro tbanI we receive If there be any difference Intend for this letter to catch tbe transport Sherman which sails tomor for lorillcoIIt has ruined very little In tho past weeks but of course it Is only aImatter of time when It will set In for aIcouple of weeks or more It set In rain Ing the 15th of June and never lot upI the 21st and tho greater part t51 Limo the rain tell In torrents aDdI all the low lands were completely Un- ulated the greater part of Ducolor standing in water nod for some afterwards mutt and water Wl8I nee deep In tits near vicinity of ourI The cuntrta never pretended w put IIn u shoe und iho most ofI them cut their truusuni off ut the knee guess we will Jet our fill of tho rainy oQ yet but I hope not soon as It 18I much cooler while raining As you doubtless want to reserve space for un ad or two I will como to a close CLARENCE COLEltANI Low rates West Railroad bargain via the Monon auto Tickets will e sold by the MonaD stern from Lou isville Ky to points in Arizona DrltI ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska Now Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash- Ington Northern Wisconsin and Wy inning at one firstclass faro plus 92 for roundtrip on June llHh July ll 17I Aug 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 2 JO Nov 20 and Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties und tour- Ists will be furnished with schedules nod further Information by addressing K II Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky THAT THnOBKIld HEADACHEI Would nulrkly leive lfyounseIOrKings New Ufa rltls Thousand nl lulfrrcn prov ed their outshine merit tot Sick mil Nervous Heartache They wake iuro Wood and throng netTM aDd build up your health Easy to take Try them Only rents Money II not cured Sold by fenny Urufglit G A R to Chicago and return Tho C II Si D roundtrip rate to Chicago and return on account of the G A R National Encampment from Cincinnati will bo SO Tickets on sale Aug 25th to 20th Inclusive good returning to Aug 31st without rcslamplng Tickets can bo extended to Sept 30th upon pay wont of COe additional A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Wilt ollen cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Suite the best In the ItlCur8 y t LIFE IMPRISONMENT Thats What Powers Got for Be Ing an Accessory to theI IilIamRobert Noaks was granted ball In 82000 until the September term of iho Scott circuit court and has gone back to Norton Va Ills attorney J C May nor of Corbln Is his bondsman McCrearyyRichmond after a heated argument over the verdict In tho Powers case Tbe latter Is republican After being out 54 minutes the jury In tbo case of exSecretary of State Powers tried as an accessory to tbo murder of William Goebel brought n verdict of guilty at 2 25 oclock Sat urday afternoon and fixed his punishment at lifetime Imprisonment in tho State penitentiary The first ballot was taken upon his guilt or innocence and tbo jury unanimously voted him guilty The next ballot was as to the penalty and resulted In 11 for life Imprisonment and one for the death pen alty Tho ono man yielded and the Jury reported Powers bore tbe verdict with composure Tbe verdict can not be final be said Tho jury was composed of eight Goebel demo crack three untlGocbel democrats and ono republican named J C Porter who made this statement I have been a republican nil my life Before this trial I did not believe Powers could bo guilty but I have listened to the evidence There Is nothing to It Ho Is a guilty man J B Mathews Powers assistant secretary of State rushed to the convicted man and plac log both arms around him told him not to become discouraged Court was then adjourned Numerous women who have befriended Powers since his Incarceration grasped his hand and of fered him their syppatby You have r the prayers of all our family said one young woman sobbing bitterly It the concensus of opinion that Mr Owens argument excelled the speeches of tho other counsel for the defense Honors are divided between Mr Frank tin and exCongreiwrnan HendrIck for the Commonwealth but as Mr Erank lie had the concluding speech It Is generally admitted that his argument was the more effective The verdict brought to a close the most celebrated case criminal or civil over tried in Kentucky It begun on July Otb and lasted for five weeks and six days 101 witnesses were examined In all and 3515 pages of typewritten testimony wero given from the stand There were 13 lawyers for Caleb Powers and eight for the Commonwealth The first tell timony was beard on July 13 und the last witness for the defense left the stand on Aug 13 Tbo pay of tbe jury amounted to 1500 and the fees of tbe commonwealths witnesses including a their ralltigc will amount to something over 10000 Of the verdict Col T C Campbell said In part It was not n surprise There was a feeling during the progress the ease upon the part of many that there would bo a disagreement This feeling had no relation to the testimony It was a belief that the defense would succeed In making It appear that this was a political case The ver- dIct proves that politics and murder may be regarded as divorced In Kentucky In other words a murder case will bo trio on tbo evidence regardless of the politics of the accused or of the prosecution It was a crying shame that the party of Fremont Lin colD and Grant should be saddled with tho defense of a foul assassination It will not be any more When Mr Taylor is tried he will be tried on the merits of the case regardless of the politics The Brown democrats and the gentleman who voted for Taylor were tho first men on the jury to vote for guilty and they voted for as I am Informed that the punishment should bo death Powers youth and tbe fact that be was only n tool of Taylor nod those who are above Taylijr led the jury to extend to him tho doubtful mercy of Imprisonment for life Instead of hanging ExGov John Young Drown said of the verdict It shocked me It la wholly unauthorized by tho law and testimony It will be received with amazement by all who have read tbo proceedings and evidence in tbls case One of the deputy sheriffs who hadl charge of the Jury says that only out of the 12 men who determined Powers guilt had voted for GoobeliThu Georgetown News was absolutely nothing In George Den nys speech lor the defense In the Pow ers case and his volco was tbo worst ever heard In the court room It was coarse and his words were not distinct Ho was not the Bull of tho Woods by any means A KIGHT Of TERROR Awful was felt for the widow of the brave Ceueral Hurnhamof Machlas Ma when the doctor said she could not lire till morning writes Mrs S II UntolD who attended her that fearful night All thoughshe roust soon die from 1neumonla Dr Kings New Dltcovrry saying It had mare than once saved her lire and bad cu d her of Coumtitloa Alter three small dowasbe slept sod Its further cured her Thus marvelous medtMne Is guaranteed to cure all Throat ChrsUandlAiuK diseases Only Me and It Trial tattles free at 1ennya drug stare First district populists have nomi noted Bep C Keys for Congress JAMES P HARPER One of tho West Ends Solid Young Men IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES S C Goode a prominent Jessamine county farmer Is dead of stomach T Ware of Danville n soldier In tbe war with Spain has been granted an 8 pensio- nI A Wilson has been appointe- dpostmaeterat Felix Russell county vice W A Wilson resigned N B Carpenter aged jODnd for nine years a sufferer from paralysis and rheumatism U dead at Lancaster Walter Ledyard son of the late Rey Dr Lcdytrd of Danville was drowned In the Ohio while bathing near Vance burgMrs Nancy Marksbury of Perry vllle mother of H A D Marksbury and Mrs William Hughes of Lancas ter la dead aged 81 Dr John M Williams told the Pan tagrapb that If given the republican nomination for Congress he would car- y Rockcaslle 1200 Now lets see him do It Plttsburg which has had local option laws for 20 years has had an election called for the purpose of voting whHky In nod it la believed that it will carry Most of tbe citizens justify themselves for being in favor of it by saying that they prefer having liquor sold legally rather than contend with tbo Mind tigersA dispatch from Lexington says Mrs S G Cundiff of Somerset Is hero and will bo given custody of the 15 year old orphan Vannle Campbell taken from her guardian Joseph Har ris of Knoxville who was exhibiting her aa a hypnotic subject Mrs Cun diff desires to adopt tbe girl Born to tbe wife of R A Sparks of Livingston a fine boy Ab says his boy whooped for Goebel the first tbln and they told him that Goebel was deadhe thou yelled for Bryan Darn to tbe wife of R L Bray on tho 13tb fine boy Its name Is William Jennings Bryan Becxhaic Stevenson Bray Ml Vernon Signal SO to Chicago and return Monon Route Account 34th National Encamp meet G A It the Mooon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and return from Ang 25 to 20 Inclus ive at 90 Tickets will be good re turning until Aug 11 Upon payment of 50 cents In Chicago limit of tickets will to extended to Sept 30 The rate from nil points in Kentucky will be lc pct tulle from starling polar to Lous ville and return with SO added For full particulars map time schedule etc cooler with local agent or address E H BaconT district passeD LYeI agent Louisville IT SAVED HIS BABY My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea wo were unable to cure him with tho doctors assistance and ss a last resort we tried ChuinberlalnSsColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedysays Mr J H Doak of Williams Ore I nm hap py to say it gave immediate relief and n romp etc cure For sale by Craig R Hocker IT Is already apparent that those pa pore which have been Incessantly de manding n repeal of the Goebel law will do all In their power to preserve it intact The laws of health require that the bowels wove once each day and ono of the penalties for violating this law is s Keep yourbowels regular by tak eg n dose of Chambei Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you Price 25 coals For sale by Craig Hocktr Druggists I WE warn Mr Ycrkus now that If be speaks horn during the campaign that wo intend to appear op the scene and llko John Young Brown did Bryan ask him those questions What most people waut is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic ChambflrlaVna Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dpt They are easy to take and pleasant in off act For solo by Craig Ilockcr Druggists 4A lame shoulder is usually canted by rheumatism of tbe muscles and may bo cured by a test applications of Chamber lopes Pain Balm For sale by Craig Ilockcr Druggists SI GO J Choice of any Straw Hat in our house at f 1SeeClothing at big reductions r IT PAYS TO TKADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back if youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman ft Cp State College of Kentucky The Agriculturaland Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers thefoilowing courses of study viz SchoolClassicalof which extends over four years and lead Post graduate courses of study are also provided leading each to a mastersdegree Each course of study Is professorsCodnty flppolftces receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and lights and if they ten months traveling expenses modernThe30000 for drill ball and gymnasium for men CongressGraduates and collegetoLast year thn matriculation list was 503 For cataogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of admission app y to JAME3 PATTERSON Ph D L L D President Or to V E MUrfOY Business Agent Fall Term Begins Sept JO 1900 If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best med- icinesTrusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hocker Stanford A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY s I make close estimates on work and g perfect satisfaction as to work- manshipt and material as will be attest fed by any one of the many parties for f 2 whom I have builded duringthe 15 years g that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sush- I Blinds Metal Roofing Rough Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc 8 I will duplicate any pricesjoffered igeHe i MM Glotbing lInd at At Close To Close Out NowIs Your Chance J h I To Get Bargains In The Above Lines Geo H Farris cF Co If k f F TIE INTERIOR JOURNAL J STANFORD KVoArG is 1900 W P WALTON 1 J9EIVIOCRPTIC TICKET j Fur IwelltLLUILLIUl JESSIXQS ER Y1Xn GfXebratka ft rae Prelidatt lWLAI i STEITNSO2- Of Rlillutii For GerdriietsJ C W BEOKIIAVI0AW w s For CourJ GEORGE G GILBERT 01 S1lel yIr rilN THE VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS i AugJt f sit Idly around a watering place cs peclally when I know I oughtto bo at llbome at work but the rest of the farm the cesaage nod the dell llts of 1mouDtaln air ADd romantic surround I endure It for tbelr sake iTho place has been greatly improved In years and under the manage uient of Mr J 8 Craig and his excel lent wlfo is really a model family re I sort Not a great deal of attention is f paid to conventionalities hero and very little display of dress People come 4hero to rest and recuperate and enjoy In the various ways provld i cd for them and every one sees how 1mucb ho can add to the pleasure of others It Is just such a place as a man whityt way and I begin to long for a re Itturn to the old haunts and the tread- millt duties and to relieve to some ex jrtent the one who has so faithfully an i so satisfactorily done my work t 0The most beautiful women in tho I world are not congregated here though there are several exceedingly fair to look upon One especially la as pretty f as a dream as airy as a fairy and as ifcbarmIDras ever wore dimity whatev apparel that may be hos girls here are modest and exceed loeiy decorous but at the White just up the road they are very mud given to wearing dresses unusually low a in the neck In some cases so very low that it makes a modest man like jt blush What tyrant fashion let I will make some women do most any thing and between the ball room an J the beach cause them to display mor- t of their charms than we staid an i sleepy Stanford people over dreamed of decent women displaying Fashions decrees make it alt right howev- ebut the average man in choosing a t I is mucn more apt to select one who leaves such things to the Imagination instead of making ocular demonstra- tIon of them Like at all the resorts the lack of single men is sadly tel here Two or three callow youths makeup the crowd and they are really j to bo envied the sweetness that Is wasted on them A good looking fel FarrlImoney man agement as a drawing card and make the longing damsels as happy as big sunflowers y 0 r The democrats of Virginia are counting on 00000 majority for Bryan and a solid democratic delegation to Con W rSffMS and there seems good reason for t Hhe hope that Is In them There are no factions here and the party seems to be f thoroughly united most of the gold democrats have fallen Into line and r there was never a better show for sue 1 coda A meeting of the State commitv 1teen was held at Richmond yesterday j waril Toe fact that the republicans will make f ai effort in but three of the CongreJ shoal districts show that they too have t awut given up the 0 fight t sincetas cool and as bracing as middle Oc tuber It is too late to help the crops f much but It Is a Godsend to suffering humanity that has groaned and traI1 Tailed under the Intense beat of l41 week The oldest inhabitant hero fliys be never saw a hotter spell of such long duration while everybody else pronounces It unprecedented At an altitude of 1800 feet above the sea one would hardly believe it but it gets as hot hero as almost anywhere in the j middle of the day The nights though are delightful and last night blankets and comforts were in demand i 0 t The inimitable Polk Miller enter 7 tamed In the ball room of the Alle j 1gheny Hotel here last night and gave j the guests the richest treat they have y enjoyed for years flo was In ODe sptr f its and told about the Negro be fo de war with more than his usual flow of anecdote and humor Today be Is the tl K lion of the hour and everybody talked to him and claimed to bavo him at one place or another while be tended like bo knew each so naturally that tte best of them was fooled He Is en II rauto to Kansas City for a lecture tour aid may visit Stanford again beforec f the season Is overJo Lexington with It famous Washing jaits Leo University and the Virginia Military Institute Is not far from here i nor Is the world renowned Natural BridgeIn the quaint little cltyy lie i It tho remains of tho Confederacys two mos tooted generals the Immortal Leo and that wonderful military geulusI Stonewall Jackson The arc in a sarcophagus In the Grace Memorial Churdh attached to the University the otters in the village burying ground Until recently when a band eomo monument was erected in blsI honor by oho women of the South are as faithful and true in peace sItruce noble and sacrificing In war plat marble slab simply told the ame dad ago of the most remarkable man that the civil war developed and who was finally killed by his own menI whan ho ventured on ground forbidden by his own orders which ho either for or overlooked It Is a privilege to- tand by tbo dust of such illustrious mono who gave up peace honor and distinction to battle for the cause they believed to be just but which was destined to be lost opcaklng of Lee tc minds mo that Roosevolt has just paid the great Confederate captain the highest elogium which shows that ho has lucid intervals In his mad desire for offlco and honors He says he was by far the greatest general on either side of the war and a man In every way above reproach 0The Virginians may bpnor the mem ory of President John Tyler in these parts but they nor the country a lutv have done much for him In way of marking the spot where he lies in Hollywood Richmonds beautiful city of the dead A slab not exceeding four feet high and three inches thick giving his name dates of birth an death Is all that marks lobe grave of the president who served all but one month of the term to which William Hoary Harrison was elected In this cemetery also sicoos the remains of two other presidents Jas Monroe andIJefferson Davis The grave of the mer is very modestly marked but a large statue of the 5th president of the United States who served two terms appears In a park named in honor of him in the western part of the city of Richmond A bronze figure of the be loved president of the Confederated States has been erected over the spot where his remains repose and on the pedestal upon which It stands these words Jefferson Davis At Rest An American soldier a defender of the constitution Born In Christian coun ty Ky Jan 3 ifcOS died In New Orleans Dec 0 18S9 West Point class of 1323 member of Congress from Mis sUslppl 18456 colonel Fourth Missis slppl Rifles Mexican war 18487 Brig 1847h1853 7 U S Senator 185701 Presl dent Confederate States of America printBlassd thd wife Varina Howell Davie and dough ter Margaret Howell Davis Hayes marrble bending In suppliant attitude tells where the ashes of Varina Annie Da vis who was born In the Confederate White House He the beautiful monu Unit lovely woman who was known as the Daughter of the Confederacy The lot la on the extreme west of the cem etery on a bluff overlooking the falls of James River and it is as beautiful spot as nature could make W P NIT is telegraphed from Boston that Beans will be the republican catch word and votecatcher in the ensulug campaign It will work well at that place and seem like old times In this part of Kentucky It will be remem bered by old cUlzqns that the late Mil ton J Durham politically speaking won several races for Congrest by the judicious distribution of beans Tills Is not tIe tlrst race that Mr 1 epees has made with the hope of be etog elected 1 v the disgruntled of the opposition He also ran against tbo late Joseph Barbour for the judghslp o the superior court to afford the dissat isfied an opportunity to rebuko the ac done of the famous Lenanon convene ton and he only lacked about 20000 votes of being elected As a phrase mongor ExSenator J J Ingalle who has just died bad few equals His productions whether of tongue or pen were collections pf beau tiful lowers interspersed with sharp GroverImoos fight were his greatest bids for fame McKENZIE MOSS a Brown democrat Is the nominee of his brethren- land tho republicans for Congress against lIon John S Rbea in the Third district When the Little Giant of Logan gets through with Mr Moss bo will thick a rolling stone has run over hip and gathered him In besides MR B A ENLOE who founded the Louisville Dispatch is trying to go to Congress from the 8th Tennessee dis trict Wo had lost sight of Brer En loe and supposed that he was so marti fied over the toupee of his foundling that ho had gone into a hole and pulled it In after him TEDDY ROOSEVELT Is to speak in Louisville October 11 at Ashland the day and probably at other places tho State On account of lib recent outrageous stump performances Teddy bercalfer be known as the Rough SpeakerITHE secret service department has Information that an anarchist has loll Naples for this country to murder tbeI president Having seen Naples villian Is ready to die TIDE TRIAL AT GEORGETOWN Tho end of the longdrawn out trial at Georgetown Is a relief to the people Tbo result of it frblch consigns Caleb Powers to tho penitentiary for life Is no less welcome to all who stand for law and for tbo punishment of crime Not that we ore disposed to rejoice over calamities of any fclloivcrcaturo wo are even moved to genuine pity for llfn not wholly unpromising at the outset which has ended so suddenly In Inexpiable infamy But justice and tho general good needed aid demanded this verdict A contrary one or even mistrial would have boon a public disaster Tho proof oven the Imper feet report ofil in the press loft no doubt whatever of the prisoners guilt No one not a moral as well as intel lectual Idiot could hear or read this proof without saying as Porter the re publican juror promptly said the man Is ul1tyEen his own testimony taken with the admitted facts showed that the prisoner was one of tho chief movers and oven proud of It in the most causeless cruel and cowardly crime of the States blatorIThere is a furth subject of gratula tlon among good citizens The trial was conspicuously fair and impartial He was tried In a community justly celebrated for Its chivalrous sense of fair The municipal and college cityteen to have slopped oe In sympathy for the prisoner The everready pity of the women for the man ip jail was with him He had a jury of kindly P0dattorneys of abounding zeal and more or less ability Ho was tried before a judge who showed such absolutu fairness frequently under circumstances to exasperate a saint and administered such evenhanded justice always inclln Ing to the side of mercy as more than justified the predictions of his friends and compels the applause of the coun try If such a jury under such condi dons rendered such a verdict unanl mously and without hesitation com ment would be superfluous But the earners for civil liberty acd apologists for murder are dllllcult ta satisfy Some of them are begin ning to mutter that the trial judge act ed without precedent and to the prejudice of the defendant in amending one of his instructions to the jury at a cer tam stage of the proceedings This may perhaps justify a passing notice After four speeches had been made on each side and before the concluding arguments for the defense and pro lecu flea the judge corrected an oversight in one of the instructions previously given bv explaining to the jury what was meant as applicable to the proof unlawfulItbat in the case on trial these words- r meant and were limited to that mean lag a banding together to alarm or Ins timidate or do bodily barm to any per son or persons in the city of Frankfort It was not a change of the law as given but a proper explanation and limitation of it It was exactly the same prlncl pie of law put in a concrete instead of the abstract form the latter having often been disapproved by ttjo courts l adtvantage of the accused as of the Com monwealth It could not If given In the outset have altered the speeches of counsel by a word or syllable It was open to a four hours comment after award from Gov Brown the prisoners chief counsel And finally It was far torn being without precedent as these critical gentlemen may learn by In quiry of any young Ulan who may bo reading law In tbelr respective vII lages In fine as the good Bishop Butter bath It No rogue eer felt the halter draw With good opinion of the law C P HCNTJNQTON once owned a newspaper and lost 50000 in Its opera tion and then went to railroading and died a multimillionaire Avoid jour nalism young man but go to railroad ing learn of lie ways and be rich Iunttucky Derby in November no racehorse will ever again be hoodooed with that name POLITICAL ExCongressman Towne will be set on the trail by the democratic commit tee to answer Teddy Roosevelt as he campaigns out West Attorney General R J Brccklnridgo spoke to a large crowd at the Harvest Hume Fair near Burlington Saturday afternoon and as usual mado a good speechThe democratic executive committee of the 3rd district has called a conven tion to meet at Bowling Green Mon day Aug 27 to nominate a candidate for Congress County conventions will be held on Saturday Aug 25 Inspector Hines has found a shortage of over 91500 In the accounts of Frank A Pasteur county clerk of Caldwell connty The inspector will also report that Pasteurs olllce has been conducted with unbusinesslike methods and InIdisregard of the law Croker has won his llpht against Bird S Coler controller of Now York City and an upState man will get the dom ocratlc nomination for governor of New York It Is said the honor will go to either D Cady Herrick John B Stanshfield or Smith M Weed The democratic State campaign com mittee has declined the proposoal of the republican campaign committee for joint debates between Gov Beck ham and Mr Yerkes Gov Beckbam placed himself at the disposal of the committee but It thought that his duties as governor especially during the extra session of the Legislature would prevent a general stumping tour and that such a would not be con sistent with the dignity of the nfilcee nor with his duty to the people Commonwealth NEWS NOTES James Cradle a farmer was killed by lightning near Chant Thoro are 14 cases of typhoid favor on one farm In Todd county The Cuban exhibit at the Paris ex position hits achieved a notable success winning 140 prizes By tho closing down of 250 coke ov ens at Stonegu VA 500 men are thrown out of employment Robert demon n wealthy young man of Fayetto committed suicide by shooting Ho had been drinking Dr Charles W Parsons of Louis ville expired suddenly of heart failure while talking to a friend on tho street Fifty men working on tbo Springfield water works and electric light plant struck for higher wages and got an ad vance of 2 o per day each Wlckllffe Preston a noted breeder and turfman of Fuyelto suffered a stroke of paralysis while acting as judge at the Lexington fair Tho Kelly ax factory at Alexandria Ind was almost dcstoycd by tire The damage wlllrcach 8700JOOO but the loss is about covered by insurance A famous old Stradivurlus violin which disappeared In New York live years ago and broke the owners heart has been located In Brooklyn three leading hotels at Colum ITno operated for some months past socalled hotel trust have been placed in the hands of a receiver W B Leeds the tinplate king Is said to have given his wife a million dollars for her consent to pother away so that bo could marry the more beau tiful Mrs Worthlngton A scientific explanation of the moral Idiocy of Murderer Rosalyn Ferrellof Ohio Is given In the statement that there have been several marriages of close relatives among his immediate W O Bradley denounces as false Col T C Campbells statement tn his epcccb In the Powers case that during his term as governor 890 murders were committed in Kentucky 203 convictions were found and 210 muder era pardoned John M Mercer his wife and two sons are In jail at Hardlnsburg charg ed with the murder of Thomas Ganna way aged 85 In a quarrel over a part nership spring ono of the Mercers hit the old man with a rock from the ef fects of which he died several days la terA husband Is seeking divorce from his wife at Wlnstcad Coon hecl she went bathing with a preacher Paradise Pool attired like Adam and Eve wero in ton Garden of Eden in the blissful period before the fall Tbo wo man urges that the clergyman was childlike and simple minded and was noIa BLUEGRASS SEED ofmuegood Wore bur LGDGN3IrtlALSrKr GtTS McCOSMACE It 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 930 acres Address ADVEKTiiEH Lancas icyFor Sale Or Trade I Two No1 lllnlwll Clover Bullets 2 yra old StillUrenoantCoamaketiowerllukcr traction iiglnt Ore year old one eltloftoperfect order Terms cash WJ nellA Pfrr1Yllle Ky J Wa PARKHILL M D HOMEOPATHIC PS7SICIAN 8J1perlencflInoffer Ills nervine to the public of Stanford and vicinity Speial attention given to chronic ca ee UluVo oppo lIe Court House over Heailey Bros Livery Stable Ulllco hours from I to 5 r 34th Annual Encampment CHICAGO ILL AUG 27th To 31st 1900 Low Excursion Rates Via The And Connecting Lines To Chioago R eturn Through train diy eoechN Iullman Sleepers nod Iree reclining chain to Cincinnati mite dose conntctlona with 1enntrlvanla LION lllg 4 louts II A U R and Monon to ChlagO dally Tick u with liberal return limit Sea small bllli or uk agent for further particular W KINBAlUOtf U A Cincinnati p r GEO A CU12ANKS- It n candidate for Jnllor of ftubjoct to tho notion of tho democrat party JAMES T JONES Is n candidate for jailer of Lincoln county anbjcct to the action of thu democratic L tr- ty w1 LANUGKAF- U a candidate for Ansesor of Lincoln county subject to democratic action TIIALES II WRIGHT U n candidate for Assessor of Llnroln county subject to the action of till democratic party RINK FARMER It candidate for Jailer subject to tho ac lion of the democratic party Ho ibllclt your support JOHN C PEPPLES Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count subject to tho action of the democratic party Your support Is solicited SHEEP FOR SALE I have for sale 160 Mountain Ewes and IBO Indiana Sheep also it lot of South iiown HuckiJ II poach Cooks Springs poitnflico lowland Ky PR UITTBROSUXDKUTVKKItS MORELAND KENTUCKY M E rilUTT riurriril Splendid livery In Connection late lleawiubl- eOfToo yeiTOld Work Sluice fur sale THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville K Tie most centrally located and only FJESTCLASSlIotelln 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts of The City Everything neat and clean OLD MOCK WHISKY George O Wcathcrford has a contract for FuLl CONTROL AND SALE of Old Mock Whis ky In Huttonrllle Kf KyaFOX S 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 In order to dltlJe the estate of the late Mrs preenleesSaturday Sopt 1st IOOO lien farm containing TT=+ ACJC Of bluegrass land well Improved with brick houM ofsertn room well spring garden orchardTsaatallalfashbslanrln months with Interest IVmeailonglTenMioonaa terms arrom riled wltb At seine time I will tell seine Hones and Cow tale at x sharp C H SINGLETON Admr AN ORDINANCE To Peduee and Eirlade Certain Territory Pram The nt lunlll1r and IJmlu or lb City ufSltiford Ky The City Council do ordain ai follow There shall Iw excluded front the present limits f thed ty of Stanford all of that territory oul ids of the allowing linn and Jmindarr tIt Undo Ding at a attke Handler ta1t Kuleltxt nc ir rlithtolway of the IXHilitllle Xa btlll Itilt road thence t orlhr4 Rail 112 pules to North west corner of John Hrlghl and corner otltalley In noodnlglua Unit thence North as S East Sliloolfll IIINfJ1IbeNIhonndarf line aOil fwt along said line rem tbe center orlb dr4odrralIrru r1urnldke thence South iij tII le 7111U pl w a tat on Mull bank of M Auplii lmnh on lied Sin L Shanks IhenioSuih a Wed UO pole to a Sane In North huIIIInl rf brldrfi on the Stanford and Logaci Crwk turepikenear the lot of W A Trltiblr brae saw r t m lIocklerlsake at southwest iwner uf rt II llaugbmana yard thence North Wrt tan toles to a ilnk- Korlbectof In the Stanford and r utnndLr turnpike Northiit aiulmriit d the thence North Wt 111111 to a Hake In line of F Rout Ihf cetueiry lot thence Norm SYcelU2 IOlolestothe Iwiiliiiilng corner at Hundleys a Last gala pot lloball be and constitute the limits nt hOIlItIr the City ol SlayorLPUBLIC SALE OF CASTLE COBB On Wednesday Aug 29 1900 At 10 oclock wo will sell to tho high est bidder nt the resilience Castle Cobb farm tbo lute homo of Richard Cobb de ceased Suld furm containing ABOUT 300 ACRES Of the lined quality and bOAt watered bluo grass land In Kentucky It Is situated on the waters of tho HanKlK Fork In Lincoln county Kyonthe Stanford ft vlllo four miles from Stanford and U connected with Uanvlllo and all cur rounding town with turnpike road It Is convenient Cincinnati Southern and L fi N Hall rotlfl Stations with good social and educational advantage and church conve niences The residence U a cooc1 frame dwelling of 10 rooms end two attics two largo burns crib stock ecalos ice bnuco anti nil other necessary outbuilding alto u Hplundld young orchard In liharlng Iartu Is well and the greater llIftiollf It in blue grass for a number of yuan The land accordingtowill bo sold about 25 acres of Knob land and some personalty Richard Cobb Jr near Danville or Mr Kenloy Tribble on the promises will bo glad to show anybody tho nay desire to see t Terms made known on day of sale Possession for seeding will bo given as sown ss practi cable and tall hTHOMASmCHAHD COnB JR Executor YftYTHINOGOES It must go we cannot and will tint carry over any thing In Summer Goods Wo havo only n few weeks left to dispose of them but wo will pay you to lialn us For every dollar in value that goes out of our house wo only expect to receive 75e In compensation Jlcnd below and see If you dont think wo mean every word wo Domestics and Dress Goods t 44 Brown sheeting h lie t 4JeDenhatut Ia nS 31cA710SliperbMe for 13o HEAVY DRESS GOODS 4jcBrightTinted eflrctH in overplald Oonlc only15aDouble width fast black Henriettas only 1- 6oREADYTO WEAR GARMENTS 02cBoysMans blue colton aIle pants ate 65cBoyNotions and Furnishingst lloxw wire halrploi 6c fwlAnAll Shlrtwalstn gn this week for JOe Suit of Mens Italbrlggan underwear 4Sc liens fancy silk bow Tien fur standing or turndown collars JOe Mens tan black or white foot How worth 20c only Oc 180Mens l 48cMensMcna launtlifnl rtM ShlruM 48o BIG BARGAINS IN SHOES I Childrens all leather good quality school Shoes tSc Ladies bandsomo turned solo slippers No 3 only Vr A Isires Ladles tan or black Oxlord ISu All slm Ladle coin toe patent tip button boot 03o lenlIOlItcaUlacc or Ojngrew shads worth J2 60 go this week for oulyl 4So Louisville Store SHLINCER BROS PRORS T D KAITEJZ MGR IICLEANUpJ SALE On Womens And Childrens ShoesIAnd Slippers Sfyou want Bargains see our BARGAIN COUNTER W E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky i o WoBWROBE1TS I DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try IJ Neals Carriage Paint Proscriptions carefully tilled day or night Patent Modloine of almost ovary kind ercrlleotlptlollf We WantYOUR TRADE And wo intend to got It If Stylish and Good Goods at Low Prices will do it Our t Fall ClothingAnd Shoes Have been received and we invite you to call and see what stylish goods we have to show you and how low we will sell theme Clothing ForAllF- or r Classes Dont forget about those Douglas Shoes the best on earth Cunmins a McClary Ja A ALLEN a CO Contractors Arid BuildersSTANFORD KY ave now a stock of Ilnlldlng Material Yellow Plue Flooring Oclllni Door Wind and all kinds of Dressed and tough Lumber Bhlnglea and tool Hoofing Lo rust lo ts tic We make estimates on any kind of work wanted OlUco opposite Dr L D Cooke THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY AUG 21 IQOO WALTON IIUHINKSS MANAOKII IJlIebeet materials combined with taro skill and accuracy ln uru good re8U ts No are eve r PenntI PERSONALS t Mns J W AiMMRiquite IIi Piiilurs wont to Lexington Friday N 1 MISS SAuii LlLLAKD U at Cumbcr land Fulls Miss ICATP MILLER wont to Louis villa Saturday litA OIt ROIIEIIT KINNAWD of Lank castor was hero yoitorday Miss EUUKNIA BUSH of Lancaster li with Miss Teals Carpenter Mlts L T SMITH Is very low with cbnnucs ngalns her recovery Miss MlNNiK IlciMiY It with liar liner Mra II R Hourlyno In Murloo Missus OlHKUA AND LUCIE CRAM CELLAR attended tho fair at Lexington MISS IIUKTHA IIILDBHIIAND 0i Lexington was the guoet of Mlit Freda Meier Mit W P TATE loft for Boston yci tcrday to visit lila daughter MrsO U PaineJ MKNBrTX returned to hi pool lion with the L Si N at Montgomery Ala yesterday Missus MARY AND MADOK HACKNEY wore with Mr Roe d Adams during the Lexington fair MRS J S RICK It vliltlng friends In Louisville Sbo will go from there to I Cave City to too her parents Miss AUCK WREN peat several l days with relatives at Junction City liar brotbor David accompanied her MISS MARY CAIUKNTBK Of Uutton is the gucsvot Mliot Jculo Pat 1vlllo Dally Soule Somerset Para Misses MAUOIK MIDD ToN of Harrodiburg and Lou Nelson of Frankfort were guests of Mrs Mark Dardlo Miss MINNIe WOODS of Uuston vlllo took tbo train hero for Paint Lick Friday where she wont to vUll relative JOHN O McAUSTKK of Missouri II at tbo bedside of his mother Mr Martha MoAllttcr who continues III Danville Now Mils W P STEIUlSON and nieces Misao Bottle and Jctslo Wilson of I Danville were the guests of Elder Jasper G Livingston MRS EMILY JONtlri and son Lewis H Jones went to Wayne county yoI terday to vUll relatives Mr A J Iladyen will go down today PiiOF J W DAVIS principal of Mlddleburg Normal College and broth er J E Davis wore hero Saturday and left us a nice order for job print r lag Eiii PENNINQTON wasnt tutnclently Impressed with St Louis to remain there and la back at homo no will likely BO In some kind of business la Louisville MR W P WALTON and his charm- Ing family wbo have been vUUIng his sister Mr I N Vaughan left Tues day to visit several of the mountain resorts on their return to their homo In Kentucky Mr Walton was al onetime an oniclal of Hanover county bul now a prominent Kentucky editor and while hero wrote a series of Interest lug articles for his excellent journal In which ho dwelt extensively upon the long agoIiunprer Va Herald LOCALS TUB Danvlllo fair cleared JBOO NKV Disc plow at Illgglo f Mo Klnnoy1 UucaiiiS harnosa whips ke cheap nl Woaron Droll Now and Im Sat our force pumps proved 0 H Farrls f Co JOHN S DAILKV hisplaoo has been granted a pension of 110 per monthBOY8Wo have just received some beauties In patent kid shoes Uanana mako J P Jones DOUOLAS shoes wear bettor look bettor and cost loss than any othor make See styles at Cummins ft Mc Clarys TUB Stanford Male Academy will open Sept 3rd with Prof E L Grubbs us principal Ills brother D C T Grubbs will bo assistant principal TUB reunion near Klngavlllo begins tomorrow and continues three days Besides speaking there will be drills fits and last but not least an abund ancotocatbKILLED Bruco C Richardson formerly of Rockcastle and a eon ln law of A T Stewart of that county was fatally shot at Alliance Nob ills re mains will bo lolorreij al Berca Madi- Son county WILLIAMS Nob1INATEDDr John M Williams of Rockcastlo was nom mated by the republicans for Congress at Richmond last night on tho sev enth ballot Lincolns entry Ojorgo M Davlson declined to let his name go before the convention having no doubt read the handwriting on the wall Dr Williams was not present having boon detained at homo by his fathers IllI aces and death Tbo convention cot pretty warm at times but the rads claim that harmony prevailed throughout Dr Williams may poll his partys strength but certainly no can expect no moro NrW neck wear at Cummins k Me Clarys 1IW L DOUGLAS shoes Cummins MeClary HUHOUND secondhand school books at Craig h Hookers Miss SAOUAY will be1nLancaster making pictures this Thursday Friday and Saturday 0 ED WILKINSON has bought of building and loan association tho Si hold cottage on Whltley Avenue for 1125 YOUR taxes arc now past duo and you inufll not put olT paying them look or but como at onto S M Owens sheriff 13 and t100 Dou shoes outwear r II and fti shoos of tiny other make Wo will guarantee them too Cummins L McOlar CoNSionnAtiLB our first page Is takon up with Clarence ColemanV letter which our readers will find mighty good reading SAUL SRocker bought the 75 aorei adjoining his place and owned by D W Vandovcer at 90S The land was to have boon told In 10acro lots Satur day afternoon IlAYDKN ATKINS 12 year old son of Brock Atkins of the Highland section was bitten by a copperhead snake Sun day and was In a dangerous condition when last heard from ATTBNTION is called to the adver tisement of tbo splendid 500acro farm the old S W Given place near Knob Llok Station and tbo brick ad of E It Dlllohay In another column RKAM fruitmen who have been In business near Kldds Store Casey county will bavo a sale Friday Aug 31 when they will soil a lot of splendid farming Implements They will move u Arizona eq LOST 35c Lowls McClanahan tale phoned us yesterday that the colored UuHtonvlllo Fair Association lost 350 on Its exhibition last week The crowds with the exception of the last day wero small but tho show of stock was good TUB storeroom occupied by Pennys drug store and owned by J W DayI don was void privately Saturday to M D Elmoro for l600 This makes nearly 910000 worth of Stanford real estate Mr Hoyden has sold daring the last two weekCMrs Joo Stewart was Indicted the Harlan county grand jury for cutI tins Mr Vlna Daniel to death QTllKRB will be trotting running and pacing races each day of tbo Brod head lair which begins Wednesday of next week and continues three days Go and have 5 good time IN Judge J P Baileys court Stur day John It Martin of the Richards Schoolhouse section wag fined 110 for obstructing tbo road but tbo judge sue pended It for a reasonable time that he might remove the obstruction George lowland of Casoy was fined 950 for shotting near a church In the West End Ho told his horse for that amount and paid the fioo ADAMS Walter E nine year old eon of Charles II Adams of Decatur Ala died Sunday night at tbo homo of Mortimer Adams at Crab Orchard where ho was with his mother visiting Tho father arrived here yesterday knowing nothing of his loss nnd bo was almost brokenhearted when the news was broken to him Undertaker J C McClary embalmed tho remains which will bo taken to Decatur for Interment SBKIOCS COTTINO Tccum eh Wa tore was seriously out In the abdomen while on his way to church at Kings vlllo Sunday evening by Frank MooreI another young man It seems that several of tho boys Including Waters wore teasing Moore about a young lady who was In tho crowd end they wore making It pretty warm for him when be drew his knife and slashed Waters across tho abdomen Indicting an ugly wound from which a portion of his entrails protruded He then took to his heels and has not boon caught although a strenuous effort has boon made to find him Waters Is badly wounded and the chances are said to bo against his recover- yRIrLIAMSD Owstey re calved a telegram from Ml Vernon yesterday morning that Mr J J Wil liams was dead and Unit his burial would take plnco there at S oclock this morning Ho was about 70 years old and left besides a wife u number of grown children Including Dr John M Williams who Is the republican none flea for Congress Mr Williams was a director In the Lincoln County Na E llonal flank of this place for 20 years and hold a good lot of stock Ho was In good circumstances being worth about 170000 In speaking of him Dr Owa y said Ho was a tine business man a nd his opinion was worth a groat deal In our director- yPvrUSAfter an Illness of par ly sis and other troubles Mr John FrankL Pottue died at his homo near ersvlllo Friday morning aged OS Be sides his wife who was Mrs Rebecca Nowlund eight children all good citi zone survive Mr Puttus was a fine old gentleman and a democrat In whom there was no guile Ho was a Baptist having been a member of theI Drakes Creek church for 00 years Doc sides boldg a welltodo citizen ho was a splendid neighbor and his death is looked upon as a calamity In his sec ilea After funeral services by Rev Cartuicbal of Mt Vernon Saturday a largo crowd witnessed thelntormont lathe family burying ground A good- man has gone before let those who are left behind emulate him FlVB bushels of chicken feed for 81 J II Baughraan Co WE are handling tho Llghtnin- Hay Press and repairs Wcarcn Bros YOUR account Is past due and wo need tho money Please settle fill- S Beck I now receiving a handsomo 4ln of suiting for full wear Como In and ItuployaEMPIRE DttlLLS Myur fc Bros1 force pumps Chattanooga plows Call and give theta a look Geo IL Farrls fI Co 0 STORE FOR SALU Clean fresh stock of Groceries Hardware Sc Firstclass stand Satisfactory reasons for sailing Warren Shanks FAUMHIIS Return urwheat sacks at once or call and pay for them Wo need thorn to rccolvo wheat This means you J H Baughman k Co JuixiiNo from the small number of republicans that attended the conven tlon here Saturday afternoon not muchI Interest Is manifested by them In lobo race for Congress The gray gelding gol Iholnstructlons Ho also got thoso of Garrard Boylo county did not struct and each of tho other counties- In the district having a candidate the homo man wan Instructed for Eu PAUL of McKlnnuv fell from a second story window of the St rlsap- Hotel to the pavement on Somerset slreol about 4 oclock this morning anistrange as It may seem received few bruises the severest of which is toforhis right blp Ho had returned the Richmond convention and ho an Mr Moses Colby were put in the sam room It Is supposed that bo was walk log In his sleep when ho fell Dr E J Brown was summoned and soon had the patient resting easy TOM GILL who got 30 days on the rock pile for beating his mother took to the heels while John BeBords head was turned the other day and mado bis escape Mr DeBord shot several times scare him but that only made him run faster and ho was soon safe In the knobs Saturday night Messrs W T Saunders and R T Lewis went In search of him and arrested him ache was returning frommcotlngal Co Toys school house Ho had a pistol and a knife and showed a willingness to use both but wasnt given the opportunity Gill will now serve out an additional month so for escaping TUB following dispatch sent from Lexington appeared in yesterdays Courier Journal Mrs Robt White 1 morphlne15Sho the Phtunlx Hotel She bad for sometime t boon separated from her Robl White and bad husbAndI hero She sent for her ho refused her oiler for and she sought death Mrs White Is s still at the hotel Her motherinlaw after she bad been revived took her two children and disappeared It is supposed they found the recreant bus band and are with him Mrs White has mado no attempt to locate them and they appear to have deserted her Her husband Is employed as a conductor on a Chesapeake L Ohio railroad freight train IN TilE HANDS OK A RECEIVER The stockholders horo of the old Sowg orsel Banking Company now the erset National Banking Co wero sur prised Saturday morning to learn that of Institution had been placed In tbo a hands of a receiver The controller of the currency appointed Dank Examln cr R D Garrott as temporary receiver because of u hitch In tbo transfer of certain ustseu of the Somerset Bank- Ing Company to tho new bunk which organized July lat last It Is claimS cd that the controller refused to more than half of tho banks assets which made tho and stock q CIboillerewas considerable morn overdraft than s usually allowed in a bunk of Its size caused further uneasiness W 01WillIcashier Tbo directory Is composed ofc souid of the moat Prominent businessmen In the city It Is stated that the directors of the bank will go to the from at ouco and arrange for tbo bank 101 to upon Us doors MATRIMONIAL John Iowan Jr and Miss Hattie is Hansford of Somerset eloped to Buntsvlllo Tonn where they were married Both are prominent In socie Howlatoilto sa sman Davis Supply House of Chatta nooga Her many friends will be surprised to hear of the approaching nuptials ofI Anderson of iGmarried tomorrow morning ath10 oclock ut the resldonco of her thor on tho old Danvlllo pike to Mr J Bowman un Influential farmer ofP ewis county Tho ceremony will performed by Rev James L Allen beI Danville In tho presence of a few vlted friends She is a young lady of tormany commendable traits of character Mr Bowman owns one of tho largest farms In his section of the State It in Floating Lewis and Mason d CHURCH MATTERS Elder J Q Montgomerys meeting at Cave City resulted In seven additions- to the church About 2000 people gathered on Powell rlvor near Dig Stone Gap to wit ness the baptizing and tent washing of e wi 100 converts by the Dunk rds- Rev VllllamVouberg preacher al tho Western Seamans Bethel mission stealingKCentral Railroad Company It has boon hauled that the M church conference Is to begin here on tho 10th of September and It promlsus to bo ono of the lively occasions for- Soracr ol Paragon ITho meeting al the Methodlsichurch onlIy greatly revived Rev Leonjdas Rob ineon of Lancaster preached some very able sermons during the series LAND STOCK CROPS AC POll AGIt71 good steak hose R J Hocker ITom Pencq Bold to Walter Warren 30 ewes al 8475 ILuteef Co bought ICO Campbell county battle at 4c J Thompson bought of G W IIIQs u horse for 503 C L Dawoa bought of M D Smith bunch of owes at 83 A A Crulchtlold bought 11 salsas of various parties at 814 Bird Muthony sold to S U Baugh man a bunch of owe at J T Binguman sold to J U Baugh man 1 Co his crop of wheat at One Jobn C Johnson of Doyle bought o various parties In this county u lot 4chWill bought in the Waynes burg section hogs attlo and of Lew s Conch a pair of mules for 8120 T Dudderar sold to W II TrayI his 81aero farm adjoining Dudder Mrd20eTho three ycar old mare J Carroll Ballet sold to A L Denny won the second tie In the sweepstake ring at the Lexington fair There were 10 entries DANVILLE COURT Hardly a Sitter day evening crowd attended court a Danville yesterday and there were not more than a dozen cattle on tho market It was the dullest court there In yearsB F Bedford Jr sold to Lyle Jaco by G31150 pound fall feeders at 4ic Lloyd Asburst bought of Lovejoy S Doty 30 648pound calves at 4c Jorma Welhl purchased of Lloyd Asbursl 30 1030 pound feeders at 407earls Kentuckian a THIS AND THAT William Fish rr20 years circuit cleric of Rockcaaile county died at TVIldlo yesterday Chicagos population according to tho census Is 1693575 an increase of since 1S90 State Inspector nines has commenc an investigation of the administra ton of Adj Gen Collier Charles W Watson aged 81 and for many years a merchant at Mltcbclle burg Is dead at Danville The ladles of Junction City will pre ent the very interesting comedy Mr Dob at Maccabeo Hall there Thurs day night- Geo W Long secretary of the re publican campaign committee says the Jurywas honest but the verdict WAS wrong In the Powers toes Near Arlington Minn a farmer killed his wits and two stepchildren alter which ho set fire to his barns de stroying thorn with nine horses non W U Moody having failed to for the Seventh district Con ressional primary tbo Hon South Trimble will be declared the nominee In Platte county Mo as the result a general row over a division mace farmer killed two persons and wounded n third The fatallyI then killed by a sheriff Tho Courier Journal of printed facts and figures to show that Taylors effort to hold on to the odlce governor cost tho taxpayers of this tate over 30000 All of this was th drawn out without regard to the re uired forms of law and most of Itto lawtune placed In tho expcndedI till clal of the State Most of It was paid Taylor requisition after Taylor had to be governor MIDDLEBURG Rans Russell in an unhappy state mind and there era feas that ho will havo to be sent to the septum Mrs Sallle Murphy of Klngsvlllc the aged mother of Mrs TS Benson with her daughter for a taro weeks visit It Is more than likely that some of our people will bo called upon to an fast for seining which Is against the- atutes There Is considerable sickness In this 24 Tacetlon Wesley and J C Hancy are kept pretty busy We are Indebted to Clarence Cole man In the far oil Philippines for late copies of the Manila Times It Is an pogo dally bulls filled up prin with advertisements Frank Bargor and Miss Florence El 4drove up from Liberty Thursday and were made one by Rov Lucien at the residence of that gee Uoraan W C Bryant and George R Joler were the only witnesses to the nuptials Esq J A Wall and J II MoWhor a couple of professional beehunlers who are following that business Just now for a livelihood have located a bee tree on the High Ridge near Rou ben Stolons Thoy calculate theta are mlllons In It and will more than likely invite their relatives and hot of assist In tbo the reed At theanxious at least that is ex pectotlons and if they fall to do so there will likely bo some hard feelings DROPSY iIJIllllyatkaltwsrthtnlantallsTmptomrumor M 4 L KKUa SOlS Uox K Atlanta Oa SEED WHEAT AND RYE I Irnro 1HK bushel of extra gaud need wheat Sad ioo htiihuU of txrollont rye tar Ebl0fil1i911tED w rsavminblo Stanford Ky ERGLLEHAY DANVILLE SYM Manufacturer of BR xGK1An- dIal r In Lime Cement c c Write 1or Prlocj fSJrmtIc On Wednesday Sept 12 1900- At 10 on the i romles known ao uhlloIIItICl10hBud on the Stanford h Slulby llly pike flvo ShelbyCityloading produce Ac It lo wall watered with uprlng pond nnd the Knob Lick crook running entirely mruuxh the place aboutfalt being ono ot tho finest stock farms In tho State Every acre ofIt can bs cultivat buldwldingcontalning10roomoand ood state of repair Bud modern In build There are nil necessary outuulldluiAlso 100 licroa uf good Kuuu land At the same tlmo we will sill o Shorthorn oowii 3 JeneycowK TyonriltiK red helteryearns steers 31 owes pair of cornbluedbinder 2 mowers hay rako cultivator and 01lIuAYniture StockScalesThis gale U made torn division of the es I OniMES IreachersvlIIe tIiW OIVEXS Hubble WGlvnutxjvo place FINE FARM FOR SALE Dr P W togan him of acres of No Hanging land li for tale rrlvatelr It haa lateto10ulltuls lolllletllteYIIIurnfllkeroneolent crestble J FARM FOR SALE f r splendidfate f miles from Ilmtonvlllo and Vi from More land Ilns on It II dnclllngcf eve room and good tenant house besides necessary outbuildings Splendid Orchard good well t and two springs Terms SWHustonvllle Ky j BrDaheaf Fair I Aug 29 30 31 s Persons desiring to go the Urodhesd Fair iInRoad Has Been Repairedt From Crab Orchard to is only seven miles r TWO FARMS FOR SALE i haying decided to change tar vocation I will pelf prlmtf mjr on which I live 34 of a 110lnJ t landbQaombriefdwelling teoemenlhOIlewllb plenty ol good troll and an abundann of inisCrabOroU1Nmous Crab Orchard Springs All In grins with a largn stock ham and an abundance ol water with oeghborhooAlso a nice cottage In Stanton Ky on Lanes street with good cistern garden te atlacheil fur furtni particulars call on or addros It H IllmSAUOII Crab Orchard KT DANK S SCK ANa GAL ESTATE AT AUCTION highestbidder Monday Sept xotli 1900 County Court day In Stanford 30 or 40 shares of Lincoln County National Rank Stofk my 0lloom Kunldunce In Rowland outbuildingsnudfeet und two stories A splendid lo cation 1oasusslon given at ones Call If youdo9lrtTEHMS Onethird cash balance In one nnd two years ISAAC HAMILTON Rowland Ky Drs SlavinS PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danville aulltrldayWll b In Stanford Tuesdays Thursday and Saturday Office In the 1cunlogton 1Iull Stanford 01 Bee houra gtoLnaaltolrtOSTEOPATHY DrAprinciple of Anatomy and 1liyilulogy fur 1U re ruLLingaoaurgicalolnatural manypatee n and not orerworktd health lithe result Seine or the dlaeaxR treated ly us Nervous umUblUCalarrbCanltlrytloafilesand 10tet1nu uoubleotm olbne sad Jolnlllara1lIlOnultallolttne j IGD To HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford Ky ForrThe Superior Disc DrillsT- he Tiger Disc Plows The Tiger Disc Har rows TheStudebaker Wago- nsTheDioksFeedSOutters tjI J The Dain Corn Crushers The Oliver Plows Reduced IT l1atsiCUT HALF INTWO We dont want to carry them over and almost any Jprlco takes themr Ladies Slippers Greatly reduced in price We have some nice ones left A beautiful patent leath er for 81 C- OALLSUMMERCOODS Must go and its your opportunity Ho M9JO1BET OUR RemnantCounter Has been a decided success to us and also to our customers We have been enabled to clean up stock and our customers have gotten some splendid value We are now oflering the remnants from the remnant counter Look at tbo Shirt Waists and Skirts Belts Ribbon Ac Fast colored Lawns at only 3c yard Splendid Slippers at SOc to 75c See what we offer In Mena Shoes aL f 50 All 15c and 20c Ginghams at lOc Good Coitonade at 71Jc 10c 12Jc SEVERANCE S SONS Opposite Court House FALL GOODS o We have just opened some late things in Fall Dross Goods Whip Cords Zibaline fibmespuns Camels Hair Serge Cre pons c c EarlrbuyersshouldUot tail to see these goods as soma of them can not be duplica ted tate In the season Our Mercerized Sateens For Shirt Waists are beauties and selling already Entirely new things in Neck wear Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs c JOHN P JONES Stanford THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Tills Is now the most Gallery in Central Kentucky having been reo cently equipped with the marvelous Auastlgmat Lenses the now discovery In optical icienco I wish lo say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTERJu- streceived large stock of the very Latest Designs irk JVJoulditygs atterns never sold In this locality bofore have to be seen to bo appreciated Suit for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings wong tho lot is the Now FleurDeLU mouldings specially suitable nelicato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors p tiers that re dulro a dainty When In Danville call and see and get our prices We will Bavejou money 12t TL1rt1 Ftreet Opposite Poet Office Dsajilte KyV lP Sm I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford as leeonddati mail- ertablLah0netadny iicl3rldawei a CASH1 PER YEAR jo When notopatdm200will e hared KNOXVILLE DIVISION Jl Train going NorthMM It M a r an MMIcl a n M II South lS i 23 UIlZ P For allirolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 2J Arrrlreaat Stanford at 108 U No IxMTei Stanford at 210 X No 11 Arrives at Rowland at 1200 022 Leave SUnford at 230 r ICIQUEEN CRESCENTI Train going South oee not stop No 3 1150 r NoS 1122 A No9 6OJ n w Going South No 2 atop No 318 No 6123 r rIo10 100A- FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leare Frankfort atM AM 340 PM and r connecting Georgetown with tlie I t O Returning lea e Paris at v30 and 940 MjThe 1 +SOUTHERN KillLIVfIY IN KENTUCKY Ctaltniet Schidjli la Efitt Mif 10 1109 IA8TDOUND No L NO 37Lou Sy Ile K4Sam 400pm 745pm- 910amAr ShelbjTllle Bffipm 9ftrm M Larencebg9b0am CIIpll1 9 5pm- laitamAr Versailles 7pm 1004pm Ar Lexington Ia5am L15pm 10pm WEST8OCKIX So a NoI No a LT 730am 435pm slamAr Versailles TWMD 0pn lI 3Sara- Ar Lsrencebc 830am iJJpm Mara Ar ShelbyrlllflM 910am 416pm 630am Ar Louisville 1040am 740pm 760am XAITBOUnO WKSTBOUNU ifs I3 No 111 rrjiTiows No 12INO 7copmllac0am0ffipm BASTBOUHD WISTBOCMD A laNa STATIONS Na la tNa 400pm ic5am Ly Loulsrtl Ar tac0am 74Qpm 18pm IIDam Lv ShelbvllAr 910am 6Upm Rpm Imam LT Verellss Ar 750am TlOpm llMOum Ar Midway LT 780am 740pm USOom Ar Qeorxtn LT 700am 1401111J SU3TDOOHDL WT4T1OINO6Na 2 iii 409pm LT Loulsvll A ia40am 740pm MKam 8SOpm LT Ar roam her pm 1102am 73Spm ArNlchlvlllAr 68am 405pm 115Ipm 8SOpm Ar RlchmnQ Lv am SIOpm pmAr Irrtne LT 1oiIpll1 ITATloa No L No 1 IIAIAr Jacksonville 9Jam Chattanooga 605pm yam Ar Atlanta IttMpai 1150am Ar Macon 1255am SJ pm Ar JacksonTllle n 83Oam laoopnj Ly ChattADooira 6lUpm 845am Ar Birmingham 1003pn 1145am Ar Meridian t 3am 9Opm Ar New Orleans 830am No 3 through sleeplnc ear Louisville to DlrI Inchim via Lexington and Chattanooga- Na 5 tee observation ehalr car LouliTllU toLexIccton toLoutsvlllaNo aleeptng car Ulrmlnghnm to LouIiTllle via Lexington All trains between LouIiTllle Lexington ana nIlaodIletneen Versailles Nlcholwvllla Zilch mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDallJ except Sunday Other trains danIrsOtNNOIt3d VPJtQM J M COLFT MIWashington a a Washington DO WATCriKaIA WNILTATLOIAGPA Wathlnftuu D C Loulsrllle Kj umbor1and Falls Hotel NOW OPEN fare better than ever Fishing epason In full blast Dully barks tQ and Irvoi elation Lots of amusements A model Summer resort flrite for cataloguu and further partic ulars J B OWENS VoHTarkert Lake Ky BEAZLEY HAYSV- NDERTdKERS DEALEIIN Furullurc Mattings Ruys And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for nil kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J c+ + cGbMY VNDslaraftell AKER Manufacturer and Dealear In r HARNESS SADDLERY SsO Stanford Ky t In his recent annual address to the national congress of the Argentine reo public President I oe e l a nIto ell announced In Our Method that20tudents had been sent to the United States Ito devote themselves to the study of agriculture and Industry This says the Chicago Tribune is but single instance of a growing practice the par of foreign governments to study the methods which have advanced this country to tho forefront in agricultural development and industrial achievement European govern ments which already feel the effects of our industrial competition are in rcstigating American methods through their commercial representatives Mr thoIthe French government from the City of Mexico that articles from the Unit States are better known in the led market than those of any other country This he attributes to the fact that Americans have devoted themselves to the intelligent study of the demands of the Mexican trade One of the most characteristically American methods which he detects and announces is that of advertising not In the trade journals alone but in newspapers and by other means so as to reach the consumer directly The secret of American success reduced to its lowest terms is a happy combination of inventive genius and practiced common sense Residents of the old world as well as of our sister repub lies are free to employ the same faculties and remodel their agricultural industrial and commercial enterprises after our patterns if they prefer to do so As imitation is the sincerest flat dlsIlout of the open book of American sue eras and so far as they choose to Americanize their own institutions IDuring the last two years the days news largely come from remote earthTuecenter ex Xewpnpcr cjtcment shifted to the Philippines thence to South Africa and is now In China Telegrams from nil parts of the world are laid before the readers each morn- Ing in increasing number and with remarkable fullness People discuss problems of government on the other side of the globe with keen interest and the weight of pu lie opinion on such questions is powerfully shown News is flashed from every corner of civilization and yet cable communica tion across the Atlantic was not es tablished until 1EC6 The development of the modern newspaper might well be used as an example of llowI the growth of human institutions goes on by a natural process In Its newspapers the United States has become a cosmopolitan country and any days issue of a metropolitan newspaper is equivalent to a lesson in general geography Mr Vu Ting Fang the Chinese min later makes more speeches and grants more interviews than any other diplomat at Washington But Mr Wu knows his business says a Washington corre spondent He issues no signed statements The newspapers and the maga zines have tried liim for matter over his name and have found him Impossible The minister shakes his head at the first suggestion of any thing of the kind and he sticks It might offend my government lIe says Dut you grant the interview is argued All replies the minister the reporter is responsible You make speeches How can you explain them if your government objects to what you have salU The reporters make mistakes said Minister Wu with a broad smile Then he added If my name is signed there can be no explanation The writer of an article on Tho Passing of Birds in the New England Magazine says that in the localities yet favored by great flights of geese ducks crane and plover during the migrations it is not a matter for jip usual comment ivhen a single indi vidual brings down 50 birds in an afternoon and for a party of half a dozen to bag 500 or mqre in a day is a record that is repeatedly achieved Indeed an effective style of advertising now adopted by some western railroads is the publishing of photographs of lit eral wagon loads of dead game bIrdsi In a single days hunt at some of their resorts The doctor who makes a practice of telling his men patients that they work their brains too hard and his women patients that nothing but their will keeps them up is bound to succeed remarks the Detroit Free Press WV little conning now and then Is relished by the best of mentThe Livery Stable a ycekly paper printed in New Ydrk charges the tight cheCk rein and the docked horse toI heartless women and adds that If ladles wjll refuse to drive behind docked horses and tight check reins both abominations will soon disappear A summer school for roughriders is announced in Colorado It will be an encampment in the mountains and the branches taught Include athletic horsemanshIpshooting scouting and military tactics t SPAINS GREATEST HEED spendhliusinglleetrloSerre Item pdo soon left him says tlila grand mdiclao is his country needs All America Icnowa that It cures liver and kidney trou tile purlllei tie blood tones up the stomach atrengiliena the nerve pub rim vigor and urw LoolrIfguaranlceIooly 50 cent Sold ltyilenny Drug PatA11q11Q 2031x1 round trip rates in offecton days of the air Queen sit Cressent Route till points beltfeen Georgetown and omerSet Their Ce Little Enoch Paw what are fools good for anyhow Farmer Fllntrock To teach us the result of blowln Into unloaded shot guns buyln gold bricks guzzlin pat ent medicine lightln the fire with coal oil goln up in balloons skatin on thin ice tryln to beat other people at their own games indorsln our friends notes thlnkln we know it all fllrtln with grass widows and so on and so forth my sonsPuck Tlila MUy Not lie it Joke Stranger to shabby Individual Are you the janitor of this building Shabby Individual No sir Tljo gentleman with the big diamond pin and silk lint who just went up in tho elevator is the janitor Stranger Then you are one of his assistants I suppose Shabby Individual Yes I suppose so Im the owner of the building Chicago Record A Illanpiicnrnnoc The golfers went forth in the morn ing In a few minutes they returned awe stricken blnsteilltheplay till It was unrecognizable It was indeed a case of the missing linkTX Y World Very Snuptcloua Mrs Drown I must be going back to the city at once Ive had three letters from my husband in two days Mrs Gray Why you poor dearl I know Just how you feel Two would be suspiciously attentivehnt three I really am afraid he has been doing something very reprehensible Brook lyn Life One Store Convert Miss Wollon stood in front of the mirror looking at the reflection of her once golden hair now thickly streaked with silver I am tired of the double stand ardshe saId And she proceeded to make arrangements to place It on an exclu sively Fit basis Chicago Tribune to Doubt A man who threatens woman is n coward exclaimed the earnest friend Well answered Mr Meekton I dont know about that Of course hes a scoundrel and no gentleman and he ought to be arrested But I shouldnt exactlyIApproprlnlelr Named Why are they called pyramids pa naked George who was looking at a picture of those wonders of Egypt They arc called pyramids my son replied the father without hesitation because you see they appear amid the general desolation of the desert Tit Ilits Apprnlipil at Pall Value There now said Borem after along and tiresome dissertation theres a little good advice for you for nothing Yes replied the longsuffering friend thats just about what its good for Philadelphia Ilecord Helping lila Out And George gained your fathers consentO there was never any question of that George knew too much about papas past Who could have told him I did Cleveland Plain DenIerI neveralnr Thlnas Alter six long years of courting She to marriage did consent They courted at their leisure but In hosts theydld repent Chicago Dally News rim nnVTES ln KRCCCG Miss OUJiam Do you know Mr Gay tried td kiss me last night Young Jokers Ah I was afraid hed been drinking again Moonshine Coitnnie hail to the man In Turks attire With dignity ho takes his ease Nor cares slrlce all the rest admire How much his clothedbag at the knees WoJJhlniton Eight In Her Line T have seen It stated that any girl who marries a mnn under 25 years of age is taking blgc ances he casually remarked J I do so love to gamble she answered enthusiastically Chicago Post The Mlntrcjui CallerIs your mistress in Servant Fnlth Ol dunno She towld me this morning 01 wtiz enough to a saintout Hawever Judgln from thot maam SI guess she a lnPhlla del hia Record All Infirmity Mrs Gradgrindscngagement to Jack Eslmurck was announced today V rYesl Poor fellowS he never could say norPtick Xo Ilnoklnx Out Klpe Why dont you take a little voyage on thcscn of married bliss Jlps iBecjjuse they dont give round trip tifckets Towrf Topics Some Space Left Yet Edgar do I look all right 1 Lemnlo see Well you might put on another breastpin somewhere Chi cago Record DEAFNESS CANNOT 1JE CURED n local applications aa they cannot reach the- dtemeeIllorllon01thq ear Tli ro is only one w to cure deafnnw that ly constitutional DeuncseiaraurejbyiuiInismedcandUlon Tube When Ibis tube la Infuund you have a rumbllAR aouml or Imperfect lirarluf and when It la entirely clowfl Denfneaais the reult and unles- stbelnaammaioncanbetaken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will b- eItlr011 fureTnlnecaseoutof too are caused by Catarrh is noshing but IIn inaamed cn lion of tint uiucoui urfaeea JWe will give One Hundred Dollarafor any ease bytCatUarrb that cannot b cured hails Lure end fur circular JuteCIEtiEYAG01Ta1odo 0 Sold by DrUKxIita 79 Halls Filially rill are the kit t Millions of Women Use Cuticura Soap- Exclusively Women Use CUTICURA SOAP exclusively MILUONSof purifying and beautifying the skin for cleans ing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing redrough and sore hands La the form of baths for annoying Irritations inflammations and chafings or too free or offensive perspiration in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women andmothers for all the purposes the toilet bath and No amount of can induce those who have purlfyingCURA SOAP combines prop CUTICURA the great skin cure with the purest ofcleansing ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odors 1T other medicatedsoap ever compounded is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands No other foreign or domestic toilet soap however expcn sive Is to be comparedwith it for all the ses of the toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRK vizTWENTY HVE CENTS the BEST skin and plcxion soap the BEST toilet and BEST baby soap in the comI Cuticura Tho Sot 125 Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor1 contUtlnz of CtmcciU BoAr Uc to clean the kin of carte and andlrrttatlonandoothaodae sufficient to curehelstosemlthmorwhen AIII fall IOTT1IR Dave ICussNCuarUose1rop Boaton Mae All about Bcalp and Hair frees GO TO JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky Jfi eJQ Dry Goods find NoHons The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys 1Linc guntoIf You Are I Not taking the IXTKIUOII JOURNAL you arc missing lots Only 51 per year i lmn 104 copies 2012 col If You NeedIx i any iPrinting nt to low kintli N1 0N1 MtIbN7716 Southern Mutual Investment Go- 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 not write to tho home office for literature or call on our nearest agent for a explanation of its turnmmxl uouUiuuu Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns IlGQ and five per cent interest fur the average time for each dollar pnldir 2 Stock taken now will nil bo matured horn eighteen to twcntyfotir months with n large part redeemed in a much shorter time J It rnatareJ In consecutive order consequently all olcment of chance is eliminated Now is the Time to Subscribe Tbe sooner yon begin tho sootier will your coupons begin to ranturo For further Information address A SMITH UOWMAN Secretary J C BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Gatalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY PresI J 74 bSSr frr ariir7012lIQ17f7 l stnTij FOR RENTGood property OrchardW POSTED I hereby notify tie piiWIo that my land Is post unfshedtoHOTEL FOR SRLEiead- inglfotnllitSomerret with Rood busmen rlllcllIIemAOiIrcu INTERIOR JOU- KNAPOSTED IIIfumKylaJon whattvrrFna LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEHLERS- Millodgovillo Ky i We hare on hands coo good Stcck Ewa sad she bte on 1iist6oraghhntTosilhdcn lams fur lOiW S BBAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltallifd Air Physician In attend suer Office In tho New Thompson tlulldhif tile SEED WHEAT 400 BU MICHICAN FULTZ Tide la fresh Northern Seed The crop uf ereThoon corn ground with a heavy stand of tim otter Address tYbLllltlOiITS- taefordMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky IIplendldtablemoot all trains 80 Je T SUTTON Undortalcer Hustonvillo Kentucky OSen his services a tb ofWeil Llteold tedCwycounUuLUatakotCbondCaa4alwton Mlntoshs Livery F Feed Stable McKIrrEY KY- I Good Illgi at reasonable price Sale drivers double and tingle for dayor night If you want to work Casey and adjoining counties McKlnney le the place to drive f rum horses well cared for by feed day week or month A share of your pa nonage sollc- lledFRITH HOTELF FRANCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY lint Hot In tbe mountain rain raulJrrr l Ift ra iuct all train fyrrial atlcallea to Ira rung arc H lCI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFOHD Kv t Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Paper Hanging And Painting Pee me before you 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