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SEMI Ia1 WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftll y ISSUED EiZERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY KT 1 H YEAR 1 VOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1900 9 A M NO 53n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Harvo Molvln of Laurel le dead J John Curry of Madison died aged 69 W A Pennloffton has boon appoint ed postmaster at Onkloy Laurel count Asburv College at Wllraoro hag begun the erection of a new 820000 brick building 0 Lon Spalding of Lebanon has wed the Ltt N for 810000 for Inju ries received In the Calvary brldgq ac cident Robert Kolkcr has leased the Cum berland lintel to Mr Shotlctt of Cov logton who will take charge tomor row Somerset Journal Nancy Hunley and daughter charg ed with the killing of Seropta Seller In Pulaskl are itlll at largo and their male friend say they hall not bo tak en by tho posc In hunt of them Col Hughe and the owners of the Gllcher Howl Danville havo settled their differences concerning tho cola nets lease and Danvlllo citizen have petitioned him to tako charge again C Burgln U to have water work The Cincinnati Southern and the Southern railways are said to have ofllclnlly In formed tbo board of trustee of Burgle that they will furnish tho required capital and the system will likely bo completed as rapidly ne possible A suit for n 130 steer between Norris and Nolaud is stilt pending la the Mad Uon circuit court The costs In the case have already reached 6500 and thero is no telling what the costs will bo before the ease Is finally tattled The Manila Freedom under date of July 17 contains a notlco of the suicide of Col Shinault of Kentucky aged 01 and a Confederate Ills name was evidently Chenault and ho may have been from Madison whore the family u very numerous Miner In every ooal mine In tbo Jol lieu district have suspended orl pond log nn agreement on a scale A conference will bo holdat Coal Creek Sept 10 About 2000 miner In Laurel county havo quit work They will remain Idle until an agreement le reached with tbo operators Shot fired Into tbo dining room at tho home of James Darnell near Jack ton killed Mrs Nancy Barnett her 12 year old granddaughter und Mrs Jas Bennett The latter husband who II Jealous of Harnett h supposed to have fired tbo shuts intending them for him At Wllllarasburg the trial of Consta ble John Bryant of Jolllco charged with killing Peter Perkins tug was ended In the circuit court Saturday night by the Jury disagreeing and be fag dismissed after deliberating 33 hours All were for terra In the penl tentiary but differed as to the length At London after Grant Hamilton had been acquitted on the charge of ruin log Scott Stanley young daughter Stanley knocked him down two flight of stair and witnesses say a few mo menu later received several dangerous cute from a dirk knife In the hand I of John Peters a friend of Hamilton A Iuucral battle Will narrowly averted by the otllcers sjunley It ltald will die Trill death of Editor Georgia Hatnm who was as true a democrat as over lived has caused complications varied In tln tudnnccraent of tbo London Ken tucKmn lie owner Nuthanlul Sewoll Jr leafed for paper to Ha mm to Jan- 1Otxhut he fouring tent Uugglns tvbuuan anti Guubel unmuorat will turn the paper Into a republican sheet has hmupht suit for the entire outfit claljiiag umt he U entitled to It and has rted Ford tar thr delivery of It to him Uugglhchum the plant under the fMitrnci um will the H baud and retain Jloutlb lon In a letter to his mother at Scott vllle R M Parker of Barbourvllie says Und that moiL all of the good citizens hero think that Powers gull ty Some of lhr r 0nbllc n that were eo badly prejudiced agalunt Mr Goebel Olalm to h llvrt him innocent Powers bus ndlepo iuuu u ruts or ruin everything that he lo connected with Judge Wilson ul inie liiuc fwhile la Con gross hcured n cartetfhlp for him and he was uxili rd frum this taboo The faculty looked upon his ruse as being too offensive to ibioic of giving It ti re consideration Several families hero are victims of his treachery Allen County Times CURED OF CUliiNl DIAURIIOEA AFTER OYIUltS OF SUlloBIUXO I sulfured fur JO yuuw with diarrhoea and thought I was put being eared snys John S Hallowuy of French tamp andrmoney nr n given up till hopes of recovery I was feeble from tho xKict of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind nfSabor could not even travi tint Uy ncctdunt I was permitted to Und a bottle of Clmiuber Iains Cnlr rhn1er nod Dlnirhopa rrm edy and ifter taking several bottles 1 am entirely cured of that trouble Iam bo pleased with the result that I am anx ious that it be in rench of all who suffer as I have For sale brnl A Hocktr Druggists Stanford Ky THAT THROBBING HEADACHE KingFewol their matchtra i merit SIck ant Nfrvoun 11111nerTry limn n r t eeh r1 luck If lad t tulltal CLOSE OF INSTITUTE Tho Instltuto opened Friday with prayer by lad Soraraor and muslo by tbo choir Physiology was taken up and tho medical students past and fu turo woro given n chance to air their opinions This subject being thorough ly discussed that of corporal punish ment was debated and many amusing remarks wore made Superintendent Singleton mado his farewell address The teachers then gathered around the organ and sang When the Roll Is Called up Yonder Prof Patterson pronounced the benediction and ono of the most enjoyable Institutes over hold In tbo county was brought to n close L R UUOHB3 scoy O M LEWIS asst The following resolutions wore adopt ed WIIBIIRAB It has pleased God In His goodness and mercy to prolong our lives to meet again In our county Institute wo first of all return thanks to Him In our prayers for Ills wonderful mercies toward us and pray that wo may constantly bo guided by His hands and as a token of our appreciation for the work In which wo havo been engaged during the week and In respect to thoso who bavo administered to tho success of our Institute wo beg to submit tho following RI OLED That wo endorse tho county Institute as being a most potent factor In tbo education and development of tho teachers of our State and wo would recommend to the Legisla tore to no modify tho law that trustees wlllbo required to attend at least ono day of tho session 2 That wo appreciate the wise and efficient manner In which Prof J H Patterson has conducted the Institute and feeling that this has been tbo most practical Institute that we bavo over had that wo ask Supt Singleton to again employ him to Instruct our Insti tate 3 That wo hereby express our faith In tho ability honesty and Integrity of oar county superintendent Garland Singleton and wo bollevo him to bo a powerful factor in the development of the cause of education In our county and we believe that the greet Interest that hM been manifested in our schools this year is duo largely to his efficient work 4 That our thanks are hereby ex tended to Mr Hughes and Mss Lewis secretary and assistant for the faithful manner In which they hayo kept tho records of the Institute and to Mr Pruitt Miss Hughes and Editor Wa ters for tho excellent music that they have furnished the institute and to the program committee for efficient work and to our visitor Prof White Mr Lawhorn and Mrs McClary and to our ministers and all who may have assist ed In making tho institute an enjoyable and profitable success 5 We would especially thank the newspapers for printing tbo records of the institute and complimentary no tices of our work and also the citizens and friends of education for their pres once during the session of tho institute Wo respectfully submit these resolution for consideration of the insti Lute M Mulling Kato Bogle and Lou Hicks commltt wrrr MATRIMONIAL J Arch Tyler of Bowling Green bas brought suit to recover property from the woman known as his wife but to whom bo says ho was never mar- led Tbo engagement of James Comfort of Knoxville and Miss Naroisea Moore of Louisville is announced and when they splice Ut us hope there will be Mooro Comfort Prof Lu Conto Stevens of Washing ton and Leo University and Miss Vir glnla Leo Letaher wore married at Lexington The brldo ja a daughter of Honed John Letcber the civil war governor of Virginia and n sister of Judge S H Lotober of the 13th ju diclaholrcult of Virginia and a great favorite in Lexington HE OWK3 HIS LIFE TO THE FORK THOUGHT A COMPANION While on camping trip in Webster oouni Mr SI Stump of Normantown W Va had a severe attack of bloody mix lie firmly believe time sass owe my the forethought of one of the company who hull taken along a hot tloof rhamberlnlns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy Moral Procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving home It cannot bo obtained when on a hunting fishing or prospecting trip Neither can it bo obtained wlillo on board the cars or steamship and nt such limes and It is must likely to be nrcclclfTho safe- way la to have It with you Thousands of travelers never leave home on a Jour ney without It For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists Stanford Ky A rniaHTFUL BLUNDER Will oltrn rauro a liorrllile Hum Sold Cut or Urultc Kucltleni Arnica Silte the ltt In the world will kill the pain and i roni heal it Cure Old Soma Fever Sore Ulcers Itolli Kelout Corn all Skin Eruption lint ille cure on nrlh Only 25 wnm lox Cure giminlml Sold Ij Ieuny Druggist What most people want Is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic CliftralhTlftna Stomach and Liver 1Tbltt81lal the bll to a dot They are and plUIII iu eftVci For kale by Craig v Hi uKcr Urugguu NEWS NOTES Mayllold will V street carnival the 2d week In October There wero 3618 deaths In Louis vlllo during the year Ju ended A 21 pound baby la the latest addl tion to Groonup countys population Glasgow Scotland baa been officially declared to bo Infected with the bubon ic plague A 13 ycar old girl at Pottstown PA gave birth to a child She was tear rlcd at 12 Tho public debt increased 82022301 In August and Is LOW nearly a billion and a half The mercury wont over 00 In 20 days In August and on tho 10th climbed to 101 at Louisville Sioux City Iowa Is the second city reported where the population has de creased in 10 years It Is said that 31000 volunteers In the Philippines will bo returned by the middle of November Tomas Jones a Negro preacher was hanged at Raleigh N 0 for the murder of six persons There are said to be 35000 drummers who have lost their positions through the advent of the trusts At Marietta Ga Mrs Gcoago Inzer the Negro victim witnessed the legal execution of Sam Robinson During tbo fiscal year ended Juno 30 last 1440 vessels of 393103 gross tons wero built In the United States Thcro are approximately 76578000 persons in the United States according to the count of the Federal census Seven lieutenant generals 10 major generals and 01 brigadier generals of tbo Confederate army still survive- A Negro was hanged at Bellalr Md for criminal assault A company of militia was on hand to prevent a mob from doing the hanging Report says tbo bandits who robbed tbo Union Pacific train In Wyoming secured 9500000 In gold intended for the soldiers In the Philippines At Mt Sterling Magglo Williams Ii domestic has sued her employer S W Gultakill for 5000 damages alleg log that ho has abused and beat her During the siege of tbo legations In iPukln valuable metal ornaments were molted to make bullets Ten thousand sand bags were mado of brocade material worth 5 a yard Hiram Sbarpo white who last win ter murdered hjfl wife was hanged at Decatur Ala repeated doses of mor mine giving hire tbocncgy with which to meet death gamely v Thirteen persons were killed and 30 others were injured In a rearend collision at Hatfleld Pa Tbo accident was caused by a Philadelphia Read ing excursion train running Into a milk trainThe court of appeals has adopted Rule 20 which provides that except In cases presenting novel questions opinions will for the present be deliv ered without elaboration This la In tended to fecliluuc business Tallow Dick Combs who was lodg ed In jail at Winchester Wednesday to servo out the larger portion of tines amounting to 84000 was released on habeas corpus proceedings County Judge Evans held that tho floes were non cumulative David Slnton tbo Cincinnati 20mtl llonalre Is dead aged 03 His gifts to Institutions in Cincinnati were 830000 to the Young Mens Christian Associa thin 875000 to the Art Museum und 8100000 each to Union Bethel and Cin cinnati University Muj Leo Rasaleur of St Louie was elected commandcrIneblcf of the G A R Denver was unanimously select ed for the next encampment The re port of the committee on pension fa vor submitting all applications to a special court packed of course to grant everything asked for The Georgetown News says that an effort was made by the defense to got the republican juror Porter to say that It was through fear that bo con seated to tbo verdict fixing Powers punishment at confinement for life In the penitentiary but that not being true ho would not say it was and ad bores to his first statement that Pow era own testimony satisfied him that he was guilty Why should Jailer Pllanz allow Caleb Powers to bold levees and receptions In the Louisville basilic Why should ho be provided with different accom modations from any other convicted murderer There are always a lot of curious sentimental and brazen women ready to bring flowers to or shed tears over allY notorious criminal of former respectable charucior and idle men to join in the throng but Pllanz should put a prompt stop to the hero and martyr manufacturing enterprise now go lug on at his Jail Ovvcnsboro Messen ier ARIGHT OF TERROR Awful anxiety was fait fur the widow of the brave General lIumb1II of Macblu Me when tbvUoctonuldihit could not lire till morni- ngwritIrS II Uocoln who attended her tint fearful night All thought she must won die from Pneumonia but the twmd lor Dr Kings New Discovery It had more than once tared her lire and had cured her of Consumption After three call doles the slept and III further uw completely cured her Ihtt marvelous medicine It to cure all Throat Chut and Lung diseases Daly and II Trial bottle tree at loony drug store- S + I A lame shoulder U usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured Iiy a few applications of Chamber IHUB Pain Balm For sale by Craig tucker Druggists N LANCASTER Miss Annie Herndon entertained on Thursday and the guests report an en joyable occasion Jus Clark la grandpa his son William being the father of a Ono daughter Cooper d Cole united shows exhibit ed before a largo crowd last Frldy and the performances gave entire satisfac Lion Everything was decent and at tractive and no sharps or swindlers were heard of Mr E C Gaines took In the Shelby vlllo fair Mr W J Rotnana is erecting another handsome residence on Stanford street which he will occupy Squire J A Doty will occupy the rest dencobe vacates on Richmond Ave Mrs J I Hamilton captured the first prize for the best lady rider at Brod head and tho 825 pitcher for the best turnout although Jlmjwas In the bug gy Little Chris horse which she rode and drove Isjono of the best in tho State Prof J H Patterson who conducted your teachers institute IB much plena ed with your people Bud your teachers The admiration must have been mu tual as he was employed to conduct tho Institute again next year He is altogether competent and worthy- J E Roblnsoo chairman of the campaign committee announces that Hon Frank Pcako will speak here Monday Sept 24 county courtday lIe Iii ono of the ablest advocates of tbo princi ples of democracy In the State and the court house will bo packed on that oc casion The revival meetings at tho Metho lUSt church aro drawing large crowds Rev Robinson is an able minister und tho music conducted by Prof Fogg ac Blstud by Mr n G Ward and others with Mrs G M Patterson at the organ la ono of tbo most attractive fea tures and It Is hoped that much goodwill be dono- AshGowen who has been a lifelong republican bas seen tbe error of his way and having a newly born daughter at his house he wrote Mrs W J Dry an for her given name which ho wanted for his daughter t9be sure that she bad a democratic name Mrs Bryan gave her name Mary Elizabeth and her daughters namesjRuih and Grace from which to make a selection After disposing of all the business In sight Judge Sauiley adjourned tbe cir cuit court Saturday evening Tbe grand jpry returned 15 moro Indict ments making 30 In all most of which are for misdemeanors Deputy Sheriff Ward and Mr E W Norris will take the three prisoners to the Frankfort penitentiary to servo ono year each for offenses named In my letter last week After a lingering illness the spirit of Judge E Walker left tbe tabernacle of clay about 1030 A M last Fri day Funeral services were conducted at the residence Sunday forenoon by Rev J Lapsley McKee and a very long procession of friends and relatives followed the remains to Lancaster cem etery where interment took place He was Lora in Richmond Ky March 3 1812 and was a son of Dr Chas J and Nancy Embry Walker being directly connected with ono of tbe largest and most dlstlngulsned families in the State In 1872 be married Mss Dorcas M Leayell and to them five sons and two daughters were born among them being Mrs George Robinson and Mr Lewis L Walker a prominent attor hey at law In this city He was a mem ber of the J O 0 F and with his wife churchHewus ono of the best onlclnlll the county ever had He also represented this county In the Legislature and filled many places of public trust Deceased was far above the ordinary map In many respects and although by nature very social yet only his closest friends knew the debth of his Intellect or tbe magnanimity of his tout The entire community extends sincere cjnJolecco to the bereaved widow und children Low RATES VIA SOCTHEUN RAIL tt ySOUlnern railway announces rate of ono fare for the round trip to following points from all stations in Kentucky To Sbelbyvllle account Shelby county fair tickets on sale Aug 23 29 30 and 31 good to return until Sept to Shelbyvllle account color ed fair tickets on sale Sept 5 0 and 7 good to return until Sept S to Lexington tickets on sale Sept 11 12 13 14 and 15 good to return until Sept 17 Southern railway only line having three dally trains between Louisville Sbelbyvllle and Lexington For fur ther information apply nearest agent Southern Railway or write to Wm H Tayloe Asst Gen Pass Agt Louis vllle Ky iS S S Tbo Elks of Louisville have deter mined upon giving a second Industrial Exposition and Carnival beginning Sept 17 and concluding Sept 29 two weeks In all It will Include over 350 Industrial and trade exhibits a Midway of Oriental novelties and a free field of wonderful and thrilling amusement There will be over two miles of dis plays and 12 special days Low rates have been granted by all the railroads and steamboat lines entering the city U Is the Intention of the management- to excel tbe wonderful success of last- 1rar err vs r nrnpnr Attend ed te car to i CHURCH MATTERS Bishop Hargrovo1 presiding over tho Methodist conference in session at AshlandExtensive preparations are being made at Nicholasvlllo to entertain the Kentucky conference which meets Sept 10 Two hundred Methodist ministers are expected Doweyltes were arrested at Colum bus 0 because they sat and prayed for a woman about to be accouched who had suffered for hours Instead of sending for a doctor Revs W S Grlnstead and C H Neal closed a very successful meeting at the Olive Branch Methodist church Tuesday night Thirteen new mom bare were received and baptized Spencer Courier The Rev D F Sutherland born neat Somerset Pulaskl county Ky but at present residing In Texas has been accepted as a missionary to Maxi co His wife nee Louise Eades of Cainlown wilt also go as a missionary A minister down In Missouri found his people too poor to purchase hymn books says an exchange and being of fered the same book free by a patent medicine house provided they bo al lowed to insert their advertisement ordered three dozen for the congregation Ho was elated upon receiving them to find no ad In same Tho next Sunday he distributed the books tclU lug the people of his good fortune and requested that they stag page 130 His chagrin may bo imagined when they sang as follows Hark tbo heavenly angel sing Johnsons pllla are jut the thtngthe angels voices meek and mild two for man and one for child The church built on the spot where Jefferson Davis president of the Con federacy was born In what was thou Christian county which was burned a week ago was according to the Todd County Times dedicated Nov 21 1880 with elaborate ceremonies In the pros ence of Mr Davis Tbo church teas a brick edifice of Gothic style and finely appointed A slab of Tennessee marble set In the wall bad this in Ecrlptlon In Roman capitals Jefferson Davis or Mississippi was born June 31SOS On the site of this church lIe mado a glft if the lot March 10 1836 To Bethel Baptist Church As a thank offering to God Uo FALL FESTIVAL The First at Cincinnati Sept 19th to 29th IIIf you cant go to Paris come to the Paris of America One hundred thousand dollars have been set aside for the festivities of the Cincinnati Fall Festival An Industrial Exposition will be tbe leading feature All tbe famous permanent exposition buildings will be occupied They cover over KX000 square feet of space and will be filled with new novel instructive and interesting exhibits Cincinnatior iginated Industrial Expositions in the United States and the present ono prom ises to be more attractive and novel than ever before X81000 IN GOLD Will be given for the best Float in the great Trades and Manufacturers Parade A gorgeous Flower Parade the greatest spectacle ever witnessed In Cincinnati will be a feature of the festival The Plaza will cover both sides of tbe canal for many thousand feet filled with novel entertainments from nil parts of the worlda new and modern Midway Piai unceIS TI1K ORCAT srillSOER MUSIC HALL One of tbe largest and most fatuous auditoriums in American spectacular silo gory will bo given with grand cast und gorgeous scenery New costumes and Inspiring music The opening of the festival will be hcr aided by booming of cannon rnging uf bells and the welcoming ceremonie in honor of the Harvest Queen whoo royal barge will be met on its way down the Ohio anti who will bo Ofoorted in great state to a grand reception at Springer Hall Novel anti elaborate tire works display will be made from moving boatsThe Zoo Coney Island nnd other sum mer resorts will have special programs- A day will be set apart for time rades Unions of the city and mother day de voted to a Monster Athletic Carnival I Cincinnati cordla ly Invites her neigh bors to participate in these festivities Low rate excursions will hI run daily via Queen Crescent route and other special excursions for day upon which cspccia IT interesting portions of the vast program of festivities and amusements take place Low rates Wesc road lo days via the Monon vote Tickets will be sold by the Monon route rom Lou points In Arizona Brit ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska New Mexico Notch Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at one firstclass faro plus for tbe roundtrlp on June 10th July 3 17 Aug 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 2 JO Nov 020 and Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour ists will be furnished with schedules and further Information by addressing E If Bacon PcrPa Ai pr MoDon Rout LiiiUvif K We Are Preparing To Show The r Best Line IOf Fall Goods Ever shown in Central Kentucky Nr A IIrWrrHr rlrE1J Come and get exceptional good values at re duced prices in Clothing Hats Shoes and Gents Furnishings 1 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors rman A fi JAMES FRYErHust- oxnville Ky Nice JM Dry Goods find JWions The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys Linen and Light Weight Suits nt Greatly Reduced Prices I will bo glad y to furnish you any day in the year suitable goods at Bottom Prices 1J Trusses I s Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reasonable Y Craig Hocker Stanford 6 IH A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work attestiis t o Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc W I will duplicate any pricesoffered l GtIaOwAewY0t14 6t0F4i91 Glotbing Rod eats At Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance To Got Bir Iinev Geo H Parris Col THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having neon riitGently equipped with the marvelous Auastlgmat Louses the new discovery in optical science to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very Uatest Designs 19 jVIouldirjgs Patterns never sold In this locality before havo to be seen to be appreciated Suit paintingsAmonglullcate pictures liter pictures that re diilro a dainty When in Danville call aud see us and get our prices yc- mr m moor lit Third Street Opposite Post Office Danvjlle Ky r t I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL LSTANPORD Kv SEPT 4 1900 T7 P WALTON J3EVOCRRTIC TICKET For PrtstJtnt WILLIAU JlSNXINQfi JtKYAlf- Of Nebraska For WctPretidcnt ADLAI K STEfJSXSOX n OfJUintfi rZ Fur florernor JO ir J1EGKIMM- OfXelion For Conqrett GEORGE G GILBERT OfSJitlby WHILE the recent epidemic of mob violence In the North la to be regret ted by lovers of Jaw and order It la an evil from which much good shout- come Jt confirms the fact wellknown t before that too AngloSaxon no mat ter wbere his location may be will cot tolerate a transgression of his rights by the Negro and in aggravated clues will not brook tho laws delay Hav- Ing shown that when confronted wit the same provocation from the Negro that they will go to aa great or greater extremes than their brethren of the South the Northern people will now j surely stop their censure on this score and possibly realize that tbelr efforts ttoward the solution of tbo Negro prob if been along the wrong lines and that they have made a mistake In condemning the wblte man In every case of trouble without so much a the provocation or ere 1censuringtbe Negro for his outrageous conductITbo Negro is the most serious prob that has confronted the 1lam bas brought more woe than altolb OB combined It U the duty of th- o North to use its best efforts toward th correct solution of this problem for it i broulbtth the institution of slavery by throttling r tho early efforts of the South tor j abolish it When Jefferson penned th declaration of Inpependence ho to its logical conclusion the Immortal frete ment of the African ono of the grounds of complaint against th British king but this provision was stricken out by the Northern members i on the ground that their section was r largely engaged in the traffic and for years after the adoptiou of the coned i tution tbo North or economic reasons r did all In Its power to encourage tbeI institution of slavery in the South andI every aspiring politician of that section was careful toad varlUe the fact that ct he was a Northern man with Southern principles When the North saw and not until then that the Negro was no jnror causing an Influx of dollars into It undertook to emancipate him In violation of a principle whlcbI i it was mainly instrumental in baring Inserted in the constitution After the Negro was freed the North made the mistake of glylntr him tho right of suffrage for which ho was in- DO wise fitted und It hat kept up strife between him and those among whom 1thls lolls cast from the stormy days of reconstruction to this good hour a Imns always Instated that It is bet ter qualified to deal with the problem by theory than those confronted with it as astern condition Iw fasts are drawn 11from the pAirea of such misleading litIJ erature us Undo Toms Cablo while 1 tho fiction of Thomas Nelson Page and his school which portrav the situation ai correctlv as a photograph makes DO impression wtiatuvor and tbe NortaUo one aptly thwarts the efforts of t ae Southern philanthropist by persuading the Negro that he is actuated by slnii fer motives In short wo have in theU Negro a many rooted evil the creature W a great extent of the Norths love of money and Its hatred of the SouthcThe truth of the matter Is that South which had always been the Scigroa friend Is according to him the best treatment to which he is entitled and doing all it can to improve him and to associate him with us little fric tlon as possible On account of its Close contact of veans It best under stands the solution of the problem which be has created and in tbo ad of the difficulties arising r t r coitpcratlon If a rellection over recent trou bles will cauee the North to realize the i truthfulueae of these assertions and shape Its conduct accordingly tOle ten then the shedding of blood by l recent mobs will not have been In allJn dLant usual peace as was predicted when It closed it is horrible to contemplate what the condition of the world would i bite been If the conference bad not heldiQ o r J IN his accounts covering tho turned over to him by the Taylor ud11 ministration Gen Dan Collier returns Items for worth of onions and HI tons of rice The Hopktnsvlllo Ken tucklan figures on these returns that each soldier during the first 40 days must have eaten H onions a day And during the last days there were 18 onions for each soldier while 31 tons of rico boiled down would dam tho Ohio river or fill tho custom houso In Louis rule about three times There is also an Item of 4000 sides of bacon or 10 sides a day for the 400 soldiers during the first 40 days and 40 sides n day dur lug the last days This would bo nearly half a side of bacon a day for each soldier during the last days Besides there was an Item of 81565 worth of whisky In addition to numerous prescriptions of 250 each Gen Collier should cut and como again Ho gave the soldiers too many onions too much rlca and an over supply of bacon but Is short on whisky To have got top his sojers up to the fighting paint wonld have required a great deal moro bug juice than be reports W B have received from tho entomol ogist of the agricultural department at Washington a treatise on mosquitoes In which It Is shown that 250 varieties of the cWn muruorers exist It says tht iiiu i veracious and vicious of tho lipeeles Is the one that holds forth ii Miwka the Jersey variety coming next That may be but If there Is an variety that ran out sting the one tha tiles by night in Louisville and make a man long for loath even In its moet aggravated form we hope we may net er live to see and feel It ELECTION bills continue to pour Into the legislative hopper at Frankfor- We hope the solons will finally agree on a law to give the republicans sentation on tbe State and county clc clan boards equal division of election officers and abolish tbe devices It oughtnt to take a veek to pass such a law and then the members could tom home and hear the plaudit Well done good and faithful serranu TUB Brown seem to be bossing tbi black republicans Llgo Sebreo is the latest republican candidate to be horned off the track to make room for Brownie by tbe name of Lynch wh had been nominated by the Brownies In tbe 2d district Swapping horses in the middle of the stream Is as bad In political as It Is in practical life and- both factions may have cause to rue their action TUB Brownies of Green county have aleI of this light set will thus atono for their yellow conduct and help th Scateof the dark reputation given It by tbe sad banded assassins who will soon be forgiveefor their shady act of desertion and art rayed In garments of manycolors Nildand will be Issued by the Henry Alto mus Co Philadelphia about tbe 15th In a volume to be called Yawps und Other Things Tbo Introduction will thee work appropriately bound In cloth will b3 worth any mans dollar OF course the defaulting clerk of Fayette county Is a Brownie Straight democrats never go wrong politically rarely wrong financially When a man begins to bolt and claims to be better than other people ho should always be watched The old Latins bad a mighty good proverb which ealo Falsum In nano falsum In omnibus YERKES opened up at Bowling Green yesterday with a flourish of trumpets and five braes bands but bbjdoubtless found that even the din by them could not drown the small voice which kept whispering The republicans assassinated Coebc- and you and your party bave endorse- ill their infamous actions Til EKE is a movement on foot to or ganize the survivors of the Spanish American war after the manner of the Grand Army of the Republic Ills to be hoped that the new organization will not Imitate the olU one bv devot Iqir its entire time to attempted rind n the treasury for pensions IT Is said that the Shah of Persia spent 25000 a day on bis recent Euro pean tour Such useless waste of mon ey every cent of which was wrung from his poor subjects bv taxation is ono of the main causes of the present discontent with monarchical govern IN New I nlIlnd 44 cottun mills shut in one day Tbe silly republican campaign of a full dinner bucket rill pave to give away to no dinner n the bucket at all for these puorI shut out follows at least AT Huntsvile AU u 12 vetr oldI boy accidentally killed his father while alii1lIedIN previous campaigns tbo barrel has the standard by which the repub corruption fund was measured It will be supplanted this time by he hogshead UICHAUD CHOICER predicts Bryans by a large majority Wo sin- erely hope thus be is a prophet and a croaker Tile prohibition candidate for presi ent Is going to beard the lion in Illst by making 10 speeches In Kentucky TUB nail trust has thrown 030 men out of employment These men will ail tbe trusts when they vote APJeTANT GIN COKIltN by advice McKliIcy nullified the loI against array canteens Id out In n let tel not only defending his action but showing that the continuance of the canteen has proved n great thing both as a promoter of temperance and an aid to good discipline Dlssortlons have continually been reduced under the canteen falling In six years from 77 per cent to 20 and trials for drunk ounces have fallen dIT ovor 33 per cent Gen Corbin would havo the people be hero that the canteens or army saloons run by consent of the government are a blessing In dleguTsc but he cant fool the prohibitionist with any such chaff They will not only continuo to pray that a wine bibbing and canteen advocate president be relegated to the rear but will put up a fight against him that will tell at ttio November election IS his speech at Bowling Green yes terday Mr Yerkes managed to say If I should be clectod Governor nnd these coons the assassination como before mo I will Investigate them and will Im partially decide them and all others under the oath and obligations of my office Yes but a man generally sees things according to his predilection and Mr Ycrkts Is predllected to Tay lor and his army of assassins oA CINCINNATI married woman swal lowed her false teeth while asleep bu they were located by Xrays and re Iitdangerous w retire without removing false teeth but moat husbands would rather have their wives take tbo risk than to bear the nightly curtain lecture In the brogue which the absence of teeth produces TUB democratic campaign was open ed by speaking in every one of the 119 Thco party has on Its fighting clothes and Is determined to forever down the assas sins and their allies and sympathizers eTUE crowd that went to bear 1 erkea in Fountain Park at Bowling GreciB yesterday suffered a wetting trouble If they slay with Kid Glovo Johnnie however to the end they will suffer a deluge aA MOTION to adjourn and go to tbo Shelbyvtlle talc was adopted nasal mously by the Legislature Motions this klud rarely call for a division SENATOR DEDOB is In Frankfort His mission we presume is to see that no grammatical errors creep into the new election law POLITICAL governaMayor Tom Tageart of Indianapo lie promises Indiana to the democrats 11by 25000 Bryan and Rooscvell sprite from tho same platform at a labor day celebra tlon at Chicago yesterday Judge George Denny Is a millstone about the peck of the republican party Lexington Standard Negro organ Gnv McCreary has received from WIlllatDBburgof the organisation of a democratic club there numbering 60 members Vermont will hold a State election today but tbe republicans do not ex pect so large a plurality as they re calved four years ago Govs BecUham and McCreary were given a great ovation at Henderson yesterday and last night a torchlight procession In their honor was glean UUbop Henry MTurner of Georgia tbe bead of the African M E church has declared for Bryan end will make a number of speeches for tbe democratic ticket The Glasgow Times speaks of the Brown and black republican nominee for Congress in the 3d district as a hermaphrodite and does It doubt less advisedly When McKlnleyrf supporters claim prevailsdreason like the fly on the cart wheel wblcb exclaimed What a dust I am raising Arthur Goebel will pay DrJ N Mc- Cormack 810000 for hU services to Gov Goebel alter he was shot Mr Goebel thinks the doctor prolonged his broth asggovernor W J Bohon of Danville told the Cincinnati Enquirer that Bryan and Beckbatn are ure to carry Kentucky and that Boyle county will show up a good majority against Its prize beauty robe W Yerkes Ono of the Glasgow Times Texas subscribers asks What your oplo Ion of John Young Brown The Tunes plain unvarnished opinion is that Hon John ouug Brown has sey ered an intestine The chances for a democrat to sue ceed Stephen B Elklus in the Senate from West Virginia are no bright that roll Elldns has made up his mind not be u candidate for reelection His term expires next March tblsIattbe November election vote to con time the administration In power Tbo few socalled gold democrats who cling to McKinley are hugged to the administration bosom with great warmth The whole pile of them though Is not worth the silence of Thomas B Reed Cincinnati Enquir erGeorge Fred Williams of Boston baa Inaugurated a great endless chain to secure funds for the democratic Na committee He mailed 14000 tbeJI3ts IAn Associated Press cable from MilI aha shows many discouraging condi tions attending the assumption of pow or Sept 1 by the 1hlllpplno commis sion Many of thoso who desire peace and the resumption of peace are so cowded by the firmed Flllplnoa that they are afraid to show friendliness for tbo Americans or to cooperate openly In tho plans for establishing civil goy ernmentAt Vernon W C Mullins chair man of the county campaign commit tee organized a democratic club Satur day night when all those present signed their names to the roll Tho club tarts nut with a membership of 40and this number will be increased to 150 by the next meeting Clubs will be organized by Mr Mulllns in each of the county voting precincts A careful poll shows that 143 democrats In the county failed to co to tho polls last fall These clubs will bring out a full vote lion James Andrew Scott told the Cincinnati Enquirer that Kentucky sure for Bryan and Bcckham and add ed We hare the best campaign or ganizer on earth non James B Mo Crcary as chairman of our State com mittee He will give the republicans Roland for their Oliver at every stage of tbo game and they will not steal tbe sWo bodily as they did In 1S08 Thero should be but one Issue In our Suite campaign and that the assassination of ropublicntparty Is directly responsible and I am In favor of making It the slogan of our campaign Last scosbora excursion to Old Comfort Va On Thursdat Sept Gib tbo Chesapeake L Ohio Railway will run Its last excursion to Old Poliit Comfort leaving Lexington on regular trains at 1120 A M and 845 P M re spectively reaching Old Point tbe next afternoon Tickets will be sold at Sl3 for the roundtrip from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling good re turning 15 days from data of sale Stop avers will be allowed on the return trip Send In your names for steeper reservation George W Barney Diy PMS Agt Lexington Kv A NEST PRODUCE HOUSE Oj nnl up at StaotordtKT on Depot I will bu111Jn Old Iron UruUopprdc Al- toPOULTRY AND EGGS Will pay Spot Huh and top marVct lrH tor ythlng 1 U DAVIS To Sell FarmsYou want to drop nn ndrtr tUument In the bout mountal- ueaajaper which U the Somerset JoUrrinl Two Inches one month for tl In advance F J OAUIMIRLL Manager Somerset Kv SEED WHEAT AND RYE I I have lMW bushels of extra good arcd wlicut and aoe butbols of excellent rye for sale Cull and see It Privet reaaonable nnl9donnl9 PILED Stanford Ky OLD MOCK WHISKY George Weathorford has a contract fo FuLL Covmor ASP SALE of Old Mock WliU ky In Huuonvllle KV II O MOCK Danrlllo Iy FARM FOR SALE 1I1101ldllIand tenant louts txtldcn trtrv- outbulldlnr Splendid ortihurd gooa well and two springs Turin easy w 1I WJUOI1T Ilattouvllle Kv AN ORDINANCE Tolteiuro and Exclude Ortaln Territory From Tile frmvnt IbwwUrjr awl of the City uf Stanford Ky The CII Conor do ordain ai fallows There shall IK eicluUnl froui prrwnt lllaltt nf the d tr of Stanford all of that terrlturr imttlde of the lallawlnj lines and lounJurr towli i-mstngatataeatllundteyBaat 1IOI1It nrar rlght fway of the lnuirrlil11uhvtlle UJlrudthence rrstrta4 FI 1ft to North- wrrt eoruerof John Krlxbt aid cnrutr of ItalUy in Uuodnlghtt hue thence North Mia ass in- lettt corner of S J ganlou ib Dte South ivde on oM bouodary Hue ant4145feet nlonn laid line from Ihe turopdketbenraon houtk hank or M Aolhl braticb n Un l of l4toStanford and tofaca Creel turnpike nor the lot ot A Trlbbir tlicnrSoHtb m Vint IM 1- 0l11toukISOUlhtCIlltorotrufJ S lliick us yard thence t outb is WMI SIA polr a stake m touihweit corner of II Uaugbuuna printinSorthestofNwthrnt aiutmrnl of the brl ie thence North Writ 105ltrt to t Ike In hue of F Itout end the rrnetr lot thrnr Norm alHundleyoonitllule thelliultmnlhounitirT ol the Utr ot MayorLKUUaiua BEAZLEY HAYSt- 1NDERlAXEBS DEALERS IX Furniture MattingsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furnituro for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY jrv a CUTUtB With TUeaIJ1 pyOfJ Imt tzarauru l rcny thousand cases called hopeless la tea esys at leaat tWCIthlrdJIof all armptoms rwnor ed TMtlmonlala and TEll DATS treatment irog fiX B L OXUII SOl Cox E Atlanta or- IGtTS McOORMAOK Is a eandldnto for Assessor ot Lincoln county subject to the action of time democratic party GEO A EUKANKSI- s a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln countp subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES T JONES Is a 01Iu11 Into for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action Of tho democratic par ty VM 1LANDGKAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to democratic minion THAIES II WRIGHT lit n cundMuto for Aaoi or of Lincoln coon ty subject to time action of the democratic party DINK FARMER ness your support JOHN C PEPPLES U a candidate for Jnllornf Lincoln Couuty partyBXAJEGRASS SEED ofItluetfor JOB buy L C OrSN MTSALKM Kv FINE FARM FOR SALE Dr W Iigtni tatty of IM Mm of No Hinging Fork Und li for ule rTtrly II hu latbullJlolI to ea acre yll1Cn eel and ksutft- ut wallapd Hndy watered and In all miwcti I MllttIc9JIIproofableFor Sale Or Trade I Two So IllrJwll CJottr llullm 3 tan old One Chtninlon tck Criitbfr onMoy Sw Mill llrroatn Co wake good as new one 12 bOrN ouCahwwpwer0ut oyir oia ailibr fogJiuv ntMil toleloIwrtectonler Tcrmimb W TWO FARMS FOR SALE having iJKMfJ tocluoffliar vocation I will e1l1rAleir lOT rrlll on which I Ilw 34 of AaLlandbalancebriedwellinglenemenhouseswith plenty of goal fruit sod an sbuadaatr stock we riaakethl tb uiv t ilIrabl Urm this end of lb county CrabOrellrdCrab Orchard SprlBg All In grass with a iar e sock Urn and an abundant ol watrr with ntlglburnAl o a nice rotuj In Sunford Ky on Lancer in Street with gCl extern garden Ac altacbfd rot lurlb aJJiwU hrd Ky Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will lie la UtenIUWednwlaygatYrtlte d Will W In Stanford TuwUya Tbllfhralkl Sat urtUjt- OfcM lo the IMDlKgtoe SUnf rdW AeeIoonatollaxltolrwOSTEOPATHY Thu Srteneoelgloued ael durlol1 by Dr i T Still of KlraiTlM Ms torolla Itreyulretwfaith no drug no ruMrfiif no fUloerllIntlOdrpathyrlewr man MimachlM of to many pro keynote l14Julnl Wban twita- reproperly adjusted sail net ortrwerktd brallh U tlii rwolu NereeweiruCatarro Weak Eyw UraauUtnl fads roiir ConstipellsuMtteeeb and lutntlnal troabln IMtMur of hone sad JulnllIIJtCUnlurlllliIotalktnIIIIUlnlraulllnconllne Coewltatlwfree POX LOGANf LIVEEY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY hones ami Mules ccnataotly on hand and for talent nil time W Logan Wood Mutineer J WI PARKHILL ft D BOlLEOATBIC PtYSIIN Dr Ilirkhlll has had years experience In the j iU orii prnrtlco of otTers lili service to the public of Stanford and vicinity Siwlnl utteiiUon given to chronic cites Ulllre Court IInu t over Iteazlvy lirui Livery Stable Olllce hours from I to 5 v u You Want The Truth And you get It In time TwceaWeek CourierJournal Democratic In Politics Published every Wednesday and Satur day 104 papers one year for 50 CENTSTwtco a Week Courier Journal Is the IThe of many dallies and tho superior o paper It prints more real news more good class matter more good stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Sat agentsSampleCOUIIIEH JonnvAiCo Louisville Ky By A Spoolal Arrangement You can get tho SemiWeekly Interior Journal Ard the TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL Doth Ono Year For ONLY 125 I This Is for cash subscriptions onlAII suoscrtptlons under this combination offer mutt be sent through thoIjrrcntoR JOURNAl olllce u THE ENDIs Fast Approaching With untiring energy on our past aOl the Increasing liberality and gennrosHy of npr patrons wo are about to close one of tho most successful seasons no have ovur known In Stanford Wo fully appreciate the Immense volun 6 of buslncis thnt line been given us Wo are feeling good over It and are anxious to extend la our friends who have so closely stayed with us not only verbal thanks Jut something more sub stantlal Ifor their benefit we have knifed every thing to the bottom Tnko those bargains during the next few days 1 Read These Bargains Wo again have a lino of Calico that wo will sell you 10 yards for 85c We will also put on sale the lrgest shipment of Standard Calico over brought ID Stanford Though we lose money you can have tho beat of brands at 5c l Ladles Extra nag Fast lllack Seamless Hose worth 15e everywhere go at 60 A line of immense bargains In Shirt Waists Choice HPo Infants Fast lllack 25c quality Hose at 16c ladles Uloicucnl Ribboned Vests good values at 15o special So BEADYTOWEAR GARMENTS Mcui Linen costsNN OSc Hoys bun coats only NwX50 3PpMensRoy lOc4NNN NNI Notions and Furnishings bett ace edge or hemstltcblodell1Lroldrcd corner handkerchiefs Dc All Shirtwaists go this week for NNM YM4C I Suit of Melts lUlbrlirKsn underwear iSc J lens fancy silk bow ltee for Mantling or turndown collars 100 Ihose worth 20c onlyN NlieJleaetvhltoallkbosom ilFblrtego for 4So WeMounfenood working Shirt light or dark In colorMINON 25o Mens iaundrted DrcM Sblrtno wuNUnwurproNNIN 4c BIG BARGAINS IN SHOES t Childrens all leather good quality school Shoes iSc Ladle handsome turned solo 3 onlyN30cVII sites Ladies tan or black Oxfords 4Se i CJJcMensLouisville Store SALINGER BR0SIPRORS T c RANDY1da I I CLEANUP SALE On Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers If yoJ wnt Bargain oeour BAHQAIN COUNTER aEe PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky 0 1 a ev weL IIFI11BUTS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint 1DllClutiful CLOTHING SUITS OvercoatsAnd t NEW FALL STYLES I Buy early while you can get whatfyou want See the I New Oxford Greys Cummins a McClary J A ALLEN CO Contractors And ISuilcaers STANFORD KY fSabcue Ioits dc Wo make estimates an nay kind of work woofed Utica opposite Dr L Cooks THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANPOKU 1Yssir 4 ICOO Eo 0 WALTON BUBINUSS MANAOKR TUB best material couiblndil will care skill and accuracy Iniruro ROO results No other methods aro ovoi 1used In Store our proscription work Penny PERSONALS r Mits S M LOUAN has returned to Mlddltwboro Mil Joe SHAW qf Cincinnati IB vis lung Mr W M Brill Miss DOHA nAUOllf ie vlslilnR Mrs Monlto Fox in Danville MRS II Dr GKKaoitY and children returned to Covlngion Saturday nON J N SAUNDRIIS bat boon ro appointed referee In bankruptoy MIIB WAVBIUA HAMILTON pont last weak with friends at Urodhoad- MlBBViROAUNK BAl LAitD has none to ICunnne City to remain till spring MliS FANNin OUKBN arrived yostcr day from Klliaboibtown to visit friends hero OUt AND Mus J M ALVKKSON loft this morning for Maoklnaa to spend a week Miss 8AIUEGIVBN3 went to Pitts burl yftaUrday to resume her prlvato school Mug COUA SACNDBHS of Powco Valley Is the Jut of Mrs W H Dudderar Mitt L OWBLKY returned to the Cumberland University at Lebanon Teen yesterday Mil AND Miis Join n UNOLHMAV Jit are back from a vlilt to her par ante In Ashland I Mil AND Mlts A A MpKlNXKY ot Danville ponl several dye with Mr Rod Mrt S M Owoni Mils 11 J LYLBS and Mr James D Cook arrived this morning from Nash f villa to visit their sister here HVKitCTT EVANS and family oDd I Frank Uasiln of Plul uri aro visit the family of M S Ilastln 1RII I1ItONACOU of Crab Orchard went down to the Bardstown fair yesterday to see his bangtails win Mn W U HioaiSS It moving his family to tbo bandiomo brick house re costly purchased of J W Hoyden MIJ66U8 JoiN W WnilP W T Coulter H Swore and Maok Hum phrey of Casey saw the circus hero yesterday MISS MAHOAUHT Lewis who Is via Iting tbo Misses Salltt and other friend In Boyle will be ready for her music pupil Sept 10 Missus MAtt AND SAMANTIIA Lo TAN of Louisville are visiting Msi Malllo and Bottle Paxton Ills their Rest visit hero la a number of years MR AND MM 0 W Kimi of Out tOBvHIe are visiting at Mr Henry Gil itrti Mies Alice Dryo is VlslUng her brother near town Lebanon Pal Cuo List W G VBLOH went up to Wit liansbari yesterday to attend to tome law cases ono against the LI N for killing Mr Pointer on It lines In Vlr CtnlaMissiw LUCY AND MATTIE ALCOHN of Hustonvlllc the pretty daughters of Dr Rd Alcorn are guests of the Misses j Alaorn and their suet Mrs Bottle Mc Klnoeyilws Jots POKTMAN who Is roach log a flourishing muslo class In Louis ville is at home on account of Indispo sition but will return as soon as she gate bettor I MR J H OOLUKH and laughter Miss Clara were down from Crab Orchard yostordoy to bring Miss Pearl Collier to take the train for George I 1 town to enter the College there Mit JAMBS L RNOLRMAN and wilt t arrived In tbo olty this week from their ithome at Stanford I Hogle man la to be matron of the University School during the coming seselonMlddlee boro Newt 1r Mil J W BASTIN of Pittsburg brought bis daughter Mite Katie to collage yesterday Ho and n M Jack ton wont on to Somerset with a view to oitablisbtng n bank thure on the ruins of the buraled concern Mil AND MILS M V ELKIN went to iWll11amllbur yostorday to enter their sun Arohio Bailey In the College there Mlccon Hallle Nevlui and Kate Warren Foster McAlUter and Henry Stugg will aUo matriculate there JULIAN DOUUNH who graduated in law department of Yalo last spring JlefL yesterday to take a similar COUMC In the University of Berlin Swittur hod Ho will bo gonu a year half of which time ho proposes to spend In Paris THOMAS N IJOHBKTS has sold his In terest In the Danville Dry Goode Com pony to the Whcatley Brothers who will continue the business at the old t e stand Mr Roberts has not vet du t clfied on his his future movement nAdvocuto T COVINGTON of Richmond who is visiting Mr E P Woods and other friends albeit a ono arm man 4 the crack shot of his club The Raga I later says that In ft dove bunt the other day with 11 In tho party ho got ao to 1 tbo next highest man 20 q Miss TEVIBOAIIPENTKH ono of Lin colas most charming and winsome young ladles was In town tits morning with Mrs James Loavoll of Bryants I tlIIe whom she Is visiting Mr for ace Bowman loft Monday night for a trip through Colorado Now Mexico and Texas Danville News CLARENCE COIEMAN of Casey la never so happy as when writing for the In addition to his Ire quent contributions to this paper from Philippines where ha Is soldiering us a t prlvato In the 41st US V ho writes for the Manila papers ae we see by copies of the several published there n L Ilriinu and M B Eubanke are In Illinois buying ronles Miss LYN Lmiaow of Louisville It the guest of tbo Misses Poland Mil A J EAUP of Winchester was- Ith old friends bore yesterday Miis MATTIE MoRoiiBUTS of Lib arty Is with Mrs W B McRoberts- Du J K VANAHSDAIB and eon Bowen aro back from their tour of tho far West satisfied that there la no place llko Kentucky LION R c WAHUBN bad n good crowd to hoar him at Danvlilo yester day and the Advocate says ho presented the Issues of the day In a vigorous and tolling manner PIIOK JOHN H Miurti of Rice villa Tenn has arrived to taken place on tbo faculty of tho Stanford Female College MIs Mary Uubbrrd tho art teacher will arrive this week all her friends will bo glad to know LOCALS NRW Disc plow at Hlgglns k Me Klnnoys HUGO harness whips c cheap at Wearon fires- DOUGLAS r shoos for gentlemen Cum mine ft McClury IlANANS shoes are tho bust quality sold by J P Jonesesecondhand school books at Craig Mockers SBB the now shirt waists for men at Cummins McClarys FIFTFIIN dw lgnein chamber sets 1176 up 011 Farris L Co WE handling the Lightning nay Pre s and repairs Wearon Bros CAIt thecelebrated norse Shoo fertilizer suet received Beazley L HaysSix now stylesages low in price and high In quality Sec them G H Farrl CoeWE areheadquarterafor hay corn oats and all kinds of feed J H Baughman 1 Co Disc harrows aro goi cheap Dont want to carry thorn over Three high priced buggloi at cost W A Carson Nrw Eddy llksBrandcnburg cloths percale calicoes outings and nannol otto for early fall sowing at Severance 1 SonseOCH stock of Q warn Is about complete Call and see It Something pretty to show you Goo H Farrls fcCo 4 YOUR arcpOwpast duo and you mujt not put oil paying them long er but come at once S M Owens hart DOT inls this shots line of choice Linen Laces out on the table his week at half price Come quick J P Jones THE 00acro oral of lire Martha Singleton near Crab Orchard was sold at auction Saturday to B G Cover at M2 an acre oCol J P Chandler tell isrSBPmMiimi 22 Is lest for ill Ing claim road plko or other kinds against tho county No claims will bo lied after that date G B Cooper olerk Tllti Somerset Journal gives no con solation to the stockholders lathe Som tract flanking Co but says that the sports of defalcation criminal care less lake entries c are not math by responsible parties HURT Charley Chambers a white outh of IS who makes his home at J W Hubaoks wont to sleep on the track near the depot Saturday night and woks up later with two gashes In blhoad Ho claims a train truck him MR D A BACail asics us to extend his grateful thanks u his neighbors at MoKlnney who rendered him such loving tcrvloe before and after tbo death of his beloved daughter Miss AnnloEIUa who died of typhoid fej vcr aged IS Till signal service says buck bono of tho heated wave that has coo tinued with us nearly all the summers at last broken and let us pray that thon T Is right Suffering humanity couldnt Hand much more of such weather as August gave us PROMOTIONS J W Logsdon su perintendent of the Cumberland Valley division of the L N has been ap pointed superintendent of the Hender son St Louis division O B Hoi IInl worth hue boon appointed to till the vacancy In the Cumberland Valley division SINCE the time whereof the memory of man runneth not to the contrary it has rained here whenever u circus comcH to town Yesterday proved no exception nnd the people are begin ning to believe that all that Is neces Ieary to break a dry spnll Is to have a circus spread Its tents hero SEVERELY SCALDED By the burst Inlof the sprtnkltng hose on the en glno of train No 21 at Lily yesterday J M Atherton the Ilroman was se voroly scalded Dr J S Cooper rot Bred the necessary attention and be was taken to Louisville on his train another fireman being pressed Into ser vice JUST as tho street parade of Coopers circus started yesterday the rain began to pour and spoil tbo fun as well as the dresses of the pretty country glrUwho bad gathered from all polntsof the eec toa to see It It was bad on them and the circus but the farmers who wore getting shore on stockwatur rejoiced as much as the circus crowd lamented clrcu81yellterday lout show for the small prlco of admit1 son26cLAnott was observed horo yes torday only by those who do not labor that is not to hurt thq bankers and the poet oflcers TUB public school rof d Win frey principal with Mrs Cochran and Miss Lllllo Peyton assistants opened yesterday with 00 pupils Tho college had n good attendance but not half of- BII who will matriculate CRIoiz rsMrs S 11 Duncan writes her father Mr Thomas D Now land that In a recent storm In Dallas Texas crickets woro blown In town so thick that shovels wero used to load them on wagons that they might bo hauled oil Tin finest specimen of typography and lithography wo have seen is the booklet issued by the CarrBurdcttc College at Sherman Texas Described as an Ideal homo and school for the higher education of woman for a copy of which wo aro Indebted to Mrs Nan nlo B Anderson of Waco 3 MoKlNNEY J W Mclntosb has sold a half Interest In his livery stable to Edgar Gooch Elbert little son of Lewis Mooro Is down with typhoid fe ver Tlldca Singleton Is studying medicine under Dr W L Lowdor J II Vanhook Is back from Joseph Price Infirmary greatly improved ROCKCASTLE democrats are not go leg to lot Dr J M Williams carry that county as much as Taylor did lat year 710 although the corpulent doctor and his henchmen aro claiming ev erything In sight and out We bad not a dollar lat year but wo will be better prepared for war In November said a staunch democrat and good citi zen to u the other day You can bank on Williams majority not ex seeding 600 in old Rockcastle Mr Gilbert it very popular in my county and Is almost at well acquainted M tbo doctor who bas been at home very lit tlo of late be added SnoT UnlA dispatch from Rich mond says that while Editor Clarence E Wood was standing talking to a friend on Main Street In Richmond Judge French Tipton walked up and without a word truck him a vicious blow with bis fist Surprised and stunned as ho was Mr Woods Immedi ately drew his pistol and hothls assail set In tho right side producing a dan gerous and perhaps fatal wound After he saw ho was up against It Tipton Is said to havo begged Woods not to kill him Woods surrendered to an ofllcer and was released on WOO ball Tho troublo dates back two years or more ago and originated over a newspaper controversy Tipton then being editor of the Pontagrapb a republican shout and Woods of the Climax Public sea timent seems to be entirely with Woods in tbo matter Ho Is tbo editor of a free lance paper which ho calls the Ag itator Is recorder of tho Sigma Nu Fraternity and one of tho boss known editors in the Suite Tipton Is a rove sue officer but Is ald to contribute to the Register Not satisfied with the first hasty ox amination the physicians mado an In clslqn which showed that tho bullet sad penetrated the bowels making no less than 10 perforations Woods gave toed In 10 mlnuuis after tho shooting a number of the wealthiest citizens there volunteering to become security for his appearance non Harvey Holm received tho fol owing dispatch from Harvey Chonault at Richmond last night Tlpton Is dead- Woods bond it 5000 Dying state ment and Commonwealths testimony corroborate Woods Thirtythree citizens worth 81000000 on Woods bond Tim SPEAKING A chouse full of people greeted Judge Saulley yes terday when bo arose to Introduce non J Pi Duncan of Carrollton Since his election to tbo circuit judgoship Judge SuuBoy has refrained for rca sons satisfactory to himself and the proprieties of his otllce to wake politi cal speeches or tako a leading hand in politics but tald the nature of tho con test upon us excused him now for say Ing a few plain words to his home peo lIe when not only our forms of gov ernment but its principles as well were al stake Ho then rapidly recalled the Incidents of the period of the reign of terror at Frankfort and of tbo conspiracy to murder Goobel entered Into by the leaders of the republican conIvontlonparty with the meanest thing that could bo said about Goebel and bo was suro thoy would vote tho straight demo ratio ticket Ho took a whack at tho National administration and Its Impe rialistic policy the trusts and the re publican partywhich ho said was founded on robbery and had followed Its Intent ever elude He then pre sented Mr Duncan and sat down amid hearty and enthusiastic cheers Mr Duncan caught the crowd by telling an apropos anecdote and then waded Into theissues of tho day which ho presented ably and forcibly urging that every man who over claimed to be- n democrat should rally now to the support of tho party against the com blnod ovlls of republicanism as exempli Bed by McKinley and tho outrages perpetrated by Taylor and endorsedby his party even to the assassination of Gov Goebol the result of the foulest con spiracy over formed by a political party putting a blot of Infamy on the State thatcannot bo effaced Mr Dun cans effort was applauded and many democrats congratulated him at Its close Owing to illness Elector WJ Prlco rat unable to be present L Ma WE need our wheat sacks sond thorn In at once If you dont expect to pay for them J H Baughman Co OWING to tho circus the acadorn had a slim attendance yesterday Prof E L Grubbs and his assistant VC T Grubbs expect u full school TilE Liberty Fair begins tomorrow and as usual many Lincoln county peo plo will go down The premiums and purses aro more liberal this year than everSPEAtcrNGIlon J Mort Rothwell spoko to a large audience at Mt Ver non yesterday and mado a flno speech Ho will address the citizens of Brod head next Saturday night FAIRA crowd estima ted as high as 3000 attended tho last- day of tho Drodhend fair and saw ilia best program of tho meeting Tbo fancy turnout ring was a hot one and considerable money must have ohnJed hands on tbo result the way tho boy s wore yelling Mrs James I Hamilton of Lancaster finally won the bandtoma silver pitcher and cup while Walter W Saunders of this place nod Ml s Berda Martin of Rockcasttc bad to content themselves wltft apiece of red ribbon J Len Shannon of our West End had A most creditable entry Tbo same rigs wore used In tbo next ring best boy driver and nicest rig when Lucien Dunn of Stanford in Mrs Hamiltons aud Wallace Cover of Crab Orchard In Mr Shannons got tho blue and red respectively Mrs Hamilton also won In the ladles riding rlngwith Mrs Allle Wallln econd Little Miss Vera Jarrett won for being tbo prettiest ltttle girl In the ring stallion any age D S Wilcox won with J M Craig second saddle stallion Dud Dunn premium C C McClure certlfi cote lack any ago and best running walker both wont to Bud Dunn D S Wilcox won the 3100 trot Scott Farrls tho running racb James Spoonamdre the pony race and Harry Jones Ibo mulo race Tbo fair was a success every way and a good size dividend will be declared KILLING IN CASEOO Brush Crock in Casey county Saturday after noon John Carpenter shot and killed an old gentleman named Kemp and probably fatally wounded Tup Saun derv Ho was shooting at the latter and the killing of Mr Kemp wa en tirely accidental Saunders who scorns to bo an undesirable citizen bad been warned that If be did not live a better life ho would bo roughly dealt with and ho accused Carpenter of having been Instrumental In the move to make him a bettor man Ho was very severe In his denunciation of Carpenter and the latter who had a shotgun let go a load of buckshot at him doing the damage above mentioned Saunders had a rUle but got no show to use It No arrests bad been mado at last accounts LAND STOCK CROPS C W n Shanks delivered to E P Woods hogs at 4ic Twentyseven nlco yearling cattle for solo S M Owens Charles Bobon sold to Hudson Bros 35 aged mules at 812200 Two yearling mules anti mulo colt for sale Murk Hardin Beazloy Bros bought of T O Hill of Madison a gelding for 1200 Morrie Fred sold to J H Baughman I Co 50 barrels of corn at 6956- E P Woods bought of Dr J B whey 1213pound cattle at 4c James Reynolds sold to John Mitch oil of Boyle a pair of mules for 250 Please call and settle for the season of 1S99 you owe me and oblige M S Baughmau it E K Thomas of Bourbon bought a bunch of 000pound Clarkcounty your logs at 6c Two hundred picked ewes extra in size and age G A Swlnebroid Son Lancaster Lyon CoiToy sold to Beard Ca rithors 21 mining mules 121 to 14 3 hands at 850 to W EL Brunnaraun refused 150 for a twoycarold mulo after showing him at tile Brodhcad lair W C Torhuno bought 48 mules at Lawrcnccburg county court day for which he paid 1164 Al W Pcdlgo of Glasgow sold to Pedljfo Lyon Augusta Ga nine largo mules at 813750 Will soil at auction Monday next court day three good brood mares and lulu colts W B Dudderar Miners and operators of the Coal Creek Jclllcoand Middlesborodistricts greed upon the old wage scale bUdbeJ810fJ A Mien bought of A J EArp a vacant lot on East Min street adjoin ing the latter s residence fur 8350 T P Tuttle sold to G M Given a bunch of hogs at 4Jc James McCor tack sold to him a buncb at same Sates of 00 stock ewes at M 60 20 Southdown Kentucky block owes at 83 05 aro reported In the Harrodsburg Democrat R E Gaines has lost u 150pound llsud barrow which be would ba very glad to have information of Ho stray ad from homo u mouth ago D N PrewlH sold to Sidney Dunbar 13 stock ewes at S3 and to MS Baugh man 20 at 8525 The Advocate also reo ports a number of sales of hogs at 4c to Ho R E Gaines has rented bis farm of 300 acres near Walnut Flat to Mr Brown of Casey for ICOO a year and will go to Indian Territory and raise wheat In Oklahoma the finest watermelons can be bad for a nickel and cafttaloups of the bet quality are worth but five senu a dozen Other fruits aro pro portionately low Jamas McKechqle the dairyman bas sold his farm to John Robinson at loti It 18tbe Wallace place of 10 acres near the city limits on the Sha kertown plko Mr MoKoobnlc palt for ft Advocate 100 advance In wheat corn cattle hues the four principal product of the farmer in tbo past four yean tins been 15 pet cent while tbo advance la 20 or the principal articles that the farmer has to buy and that are con trolltid by trusts have been from 50 to 200 per com Mrs Sama Alcook has a ewe oighi yours old this spring On the IStb ol February 193she dropped one lamb and threo weeks aflnrwa rds gavo birth- to three more On May 20th of last your the same ewe bud lost all her teeth but this year she has u full mouth of now teeth and sheared a ooat of wool that wolithcd between 14 and 16 pounds Glasgow Times THIS AND THAT Mr P U Lash wife of former Gov Leslie of this State died at Hole na Mont At a Sunday bnttlHn Scott county Ed Lacy of Georgetown was fatally wounded John Farrlngtnn aged and Miss Lout Grace IT here married at Brink Joy Tenn Ben Pike of Brodbcad hAri n foot badly crushed while attempting to et- on a freight at Now Haven The Mlddlosboro grand fall and car nival will be held went 12lfi L F FrUby has our thunka for liokpt The trial of Darber Weaver whc is charged with perjury In the Power case Is In progress at Georgetown Near Million Madison county Nan nit Burton a NccreM shot and killed her lover Romulus Million and then fatally shot herself The wall on tbo North of China was but two centuries before Christ Chi boangtl was Emperor of China and to put a stop to the Incursions of tbo Tartar Kalmuks and other tribes Icon the North ho caused the great wall 1500 miles In length to bo erected along the Northern frontier It re quired 10 years to build this wallwhlcb le now mostly In ruin- sHOOSIER BRILL With Fertilizer Attachment Rood nv new tor tale It not told before It will be sold at auction county court day Sept Coil R E DAISES Walnut Flat Ky SANK mi m mi mi AT AUCTION I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder o- nMonday slept IOU 1900 Bounty Court da In Stanford 80 or 40 shares of Lincoln County National Rank Room llvsldenci In Rowland riywith good bore and other outbuilding rind a Storehouse In Rowland Kv 95x00 feet high and two stories A splendid cation Poisosslon given at Call If you wish to see the property or write It yet Ueilro a fuller description TEHMJ One tbird cash balance In ono and two years IsAAU HAMILTON Rowland Ky u BICHLMTD Tbo 600Acro Farm cf tho lato S W Givens Sr For Salo Live Stock On Wednesday Sept 12 1900 At 10 H on the premises known as the S W Given farm we will sell at publl auction the following deverltnd property The excellent ftror of urea situated at loop Lick u station on the Iv N It It and on the Stanford A Shelby City pike five mUM from Stanford and three from Shelby llty There N a side track nu the place for loading produce Ac It U well wat rr l with springs and tbe Knob Lick creek running entirely through the place All of the laud with the exception of about 75 acres Is In pram std the plrire U known us twin one of the finest k turn s In tho State Kvery are of It can he cultivat ed and all of It will brlnpr splendid returns Ua It is n splendid brick building containing lu moms and to lIrlc halls Jr Iii In good state of repair and modern In build lliHlv areall iieomary outbuilding s Also acre of good Knot land At the same time we will sill Shorthorn S Jersey cow yearling rl heifers s yo rllug steers BSewe pair of work mules work horse 4yaroldooin lilnMl mure I 5venroHl cuddle miiru binder 2 mowers hay ratio cultivator and Dlown roller I wagon surrey t ets of buggy harness household and Kitchen fur will tiUo sell oxculluut Victor Stock Scales bran new This sale It made for a division of the es tate W I orIMKS Iroacliurs vllle II W OIVEXS HubbleIWrite either of tho above 01 yens or A O T Smith tidjolnlog toe hove place Oapt KngtUh Auctioneer J+ C+ JccJMY UNDER AXEtt Manufacturer and Dcnlcar In HAENESS SADDLERY CM Stanford Ky sl 111 8 lCudlDfjketchreceive our opinion free concerning tile patentability of same How to Obtain 1atent sent upon request Patents secured through us advertised for sale at our expense latent taken out through us receive l notice without charge In TUB PATENT RECOBH tn illustrated and circulated journal consulted by Manufacturers and Investors Send sample copy FREE Addrcu VICTOR J EVANS A CO Patent Attorney t Evan Building WASHINGTON D c r 3TO WHOM IT MAY GONCERNMy official term of four years a4 Provident of the KY GROWERS INSUR ACE COMPANY expired on the 2hl day of the present month anil lane NO LONGER CONNECTeD With said company m any other ufusia capacity J E Dctllrr THE SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS Are Still In The Lead Buy itandSyouOwill make no mistake Also r the Miama Valley Fertilizer I We have been using this for several years with good results HIGGINS McKI- NNEYTRUNS1 r Telescopes Hand Bags Trunks from 20 to 33 inches PRICES 150 to 10 Telescopes 16 to 28 inches 50c to 1150 HAND BAGS i Any Size and Quality laraJf M9RilE1 TAn g lfflm i Jr ft1 ir BIG Preparatiollsi I G tii j New Goods I Dressif Ijv dren and a fine line of Fancy Notions COME AND SEE US ii1lor your Pal needs The quality and price will e SEVERANCE plraleI 1to Opposite Court house Iji th l 1 F The time is at hand when you must bt lii to think of YOUR FALL OUTFIT Nothing adds moro to a ladys appearance than a nice filling clove and to pet the best results you should have them fitted by nn experienced hand We ilo this and at thsatne time sell the best nand il59 gore erer offered for the money Fall Dress Goods Are already felling with w Wo were tbe first In this locality to gt en Fall Impor r unions nod wo are now showing some of tile best things that will be offered during the coming season Our Flannelette and Outings are in unusually pretty patterns and au early choice will more than please you We have especially new things in reversible skirt patterns novelties in shirt waist patterns a big lot of Plain Home spuns Handsome Crepons Whip Cords etc In fact wo are in good eha e to supplyv all demands for uptodate honest goods at honest prices Xo trouble to show them come and see JOHN P JONES Stanfordi Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEYPres rldPiiLrw i t1L THE INTER JOURNAL 4Riitered n the potl offlce at Stanford at ttamdclau mailer l Uahc5I va nd c t b h 1 PER YEAR CASH Wben not lopaldBSOO will e hftedi KHOXVILLE DIVISION North It M amII TnlD jolng MMM 24HM 2 mu Sa 23 22 amI For alllPolnU KENTUCKY CENTRAL OIVISIONII ya fl ArMvesattanfordat 2No 21 LMTM Sunford at 210 21 Arrliea nt nowUnd at 1200 MI 3Zo Lee Stanford at 310 p QUEEN CRESCENT Transgolng South iiai Junction CRy 1o 11 MSftiitilop No 3 1160 r KoS 1InA No961I3ruUolnz South No2 doeant atop No4 843 No 6 ZJ P No 0 i FRANKFORT AID C1HCIHNATI- Tralnt lcar Frankfurt IC50 AM 340 r it and IP ron ectlncat Oeorgetown with Ibe a C lelornlo len LarIs at lno and 40 l reaching Frankfort after connecting with I AO InloaI 1120 710 r and 9 lr4 Tm Utter train cares for Georgetown tt 7 J r v J NEWTON UI A SOUTHERN RfllUflY t IXK2NTOCUT CM4 at4 SlMil tffnt Hif It ItGoiBAITDOCKO No L No1 LoubT Ie TiUm 743pm Ar SIAeIbyYIU 910am SKpml O5cm Ar Lanoceb ocsm 8 Spni 1I4pm- M Versailles ltaiem B47pm 1004pm IAr Lexlncton It04teml 7 psniasopm 1TK1TBOUKH No II No t NO 4I Lv Lexington ttetun ti-t Mfem Ar Venallles T66ara lIopns ini- ArLarenceba 820am II 93pml Maui Ar SbelbyrtlU BlOam tSOam- Ar LotmTtlto 1040am TtOpml 760itn W 3T OCatX IilTBOUKtX STATIONS iNo lilNo 400pm Tcsam LT Loulnrll Ar 740pm latoum 625pm 100001 LY LiraebrgArl txSOpm 810sm Tliptn ia4SamArIUrodsbgLT 440pm 720am TIOpm lo5 Ar lIurtIn LY 4JOpm Tltan r BASTBOtmiX WUTBOC5U No 7 WTATIOWa O f NOri 400pm 746am lit LouHrll Ar 10k40am 74iiim i lltpm 910am UT ShelbY II Ar 010 m tirpin 647pm iaE5 m LT Vernllei Ar 7 0am Savni TlOpm 1110am Ar Midway LT lOam l4Upm T40pm ILBOam Ar Qcorgtn LTI 700 m Ht rm- KABTBOtranti WISTTOUMI- JNo T tao I TATiOKg ItNoT 6 tXoJt tin 40upm LT LouLwtt Af Id 40am 14U j laKam flKipm LT Vcrallea Ar IWam MKpn llWaiD 785pm Ar NlchlvlU Ar Mam 40Sptn llSSpm ESOpra Ar Rlclimnd LT 806am 310pm Lmpm AT Irvine LT Upm JiIrrATIOOS rt Ka L T LoUUvllle 4iara 741pm Ar Lejclngtoa lo 155 IAMpTn Ar Knoxvllle 700pm 74a m ArAihcTllle lOam ttopm- Ar SaTannah MSmn Ar Jacksonville L Chatlanocv nspm Otmnj Ar Atlanta I1Lnpm lIkIm SAr Macon tiMMa s IPIll Ar JacknonTllla 830nm laropm t Ly Cnattanooca ftiopm 6c im Ar Ulnnln hara 1006pm tlVunAr MeridIin 53iam 3pa Ar New Orleans fiSOim Jfa a through sleeping nor LoalsTllle to Hir 7tngbam via Lexington and Cbattnoooira obserratlon ehalrear Loulirlllt QLeatl2gton t H So tree otxerratloa chaIr car Urxlngtaa u ff toulnllle No aleeplncCar Illnmlnf ham to Loulirllla Lrzlneton- AH tralniljetween Loulirllla Lexlnstoaaod j dailyIi llle and Georgetown NoL J md ISdally No s 57 and 8flatIyezcept Sunday Between Vcnatllcn NIcholaiTllle Rich Irvine 1atly except Sunday IfDII except Sunday Other trains dail- yTSOAitutMI t vIaOl1 J M CocrT WnthtnctonI D C Wasblnf inn DQ WATURRGrA WMHTATLOKAG W6 hlnclon D C Loularlllt lij CUMDerlana Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Fare better than ever Fishing season In full blast Daily barks to and from itation amusement LAmode Summer rc ort Write fo catalogue arid further panic ititansJ B OWENS oJllarlcer Luke Ky urBETWEEN LOUISVILLE and CUiCAfiO BEST LINE TO California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains doily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers K u BACON D F A If W Cor 4th and Market BU LoulavIlZe- I PHEME trom i4tI W the Ftfle itntLIy 2ottiad rrnDte4 b- rSfIIIrI you crer atondi on on cminenc DID the inklst of the rolling pra ties eouthweit Kansas when they are covered ffHh the vru of Jho ejirly spring Rof Ties you hove missed ft scene tllaithere are few more thfci Uio Pearly Gate But you have doubtleM stood on tho seashore and watched the stretch nwiV C11dlttol11lnlo the horizon ntul CfJoUnQTe think I can picture to scene that memory holds up to rhe Buppos toot awayi back in the chaotic time when the morning eUre sang together runningIto them Pence be etllTnnil that in stantly all motion bad eenncd nndl ltv stead of foaming water there was dry land covered with varied verdure ptc ture all this if you can Iud you havo the prairies na they ore Flowers Yes It is one of Gods flower gardens in the early spring before the hot winds come You will find the bright orange of the Wild geranium beside tho dnrk purple of the wild verbena the delicate ecnrf tIe roc trailing its tender hoo among the brilliant clusters of the wild morning glory blue hyacinths and wild onions nodding their blooms toward eaoh other the buffalo been and the Indian pea shaking their long spikes of brightness on the prairie winds it11 these on the uplands where the soil Is rich and dunk Where the red and ydkrw sands sparkle in long stretches there you will find cacti in abundance Then tn the buffalo wallows ore tangles of march marigolds and gay coored xenias while down in the deep ca yons dandelions and daisies nestle in the shade of the plump grtuw that grows toll and rankfit abode for prairie chloken and robUt ondrter1 pin and all the other shy denizens of the prairie But If you wlH look on the same scene a few morrtlm later In the see tarn you will find a weird and wonder ful change Instead of tho bright green that wns flecked with the crim Ions and purples and bYuee of the early spring yon 111 fC only tho comber and dismal brown alt the grass brownbrOYn1 waving grain burned and witheredi Here and th tho earul showing through bright reI low and red an sending up little erlng waves of hoot CTCrywh qulII warda the sky from whoe cloudlet expanse the sun itMne down with the heat of a furnaoe nothing o relieve the monotony of the eoene that stretohea out before the weary eye only long brown trnv of land tlmt meet the arching sky No sounds through thenoondoy but the uncemv ling swish anti rustle of the withered follago as the winds surge over it In the midst of such a poeue as this etooda little pini hut with straw thatchex roof It held but three in rtwtes a young gin of about 20 years of age whom everybody caHed Phehu her older married sister nnd little babe The older sister Maggie had been far some months prostrated 1wlth typhoia fever and was now so that she cotj J trot raise lice head or lift her hand The babe wits sleeping in its orlb and Pheme wes ironing Outside the gaternf ef about lop miles away a pameoger train was sweeping along The travelers looked out on the dreary scene and wondered how anyone coukl want to lire hi such a place the fireman threw the ashes from his locomotive Into the grass and the krafn went swirling on But among the ashes there wna one live coal BchoM how great a matter a HttJo fire kindl tht Once out in the wind tt begun to glow and sparkle Soon the one beside it wns glowing ana sparkling t w Then by and by between theta tHey sent up a tiny tongue of flame to the nenrent shoot of grass Tlie little flame allmbed to the top of the grass blade and then leaped to the next and the next nnd other little columns of red leaped up through the gross and danced high up In the air until by nnd by there was sweeping along that terror of the inhabitants of the prai nea flre- Pheme looked ont of her low win dow and seeing a cloud of smoke away oft to the northwest gave n 1H tIe cry of horror She knew too well what tills meant The wind was Just in the direction to bring tho fire down upon her All the other members of the loup hoJc1 bad gone to n town some IVmllcs away and would not be noItravel with terrible rapidity WIth- out waking her fifcter or the baby she hastened out to the barn and hitched the two horses thero to the plow to plow an additional fire guardEvery farm In southwest Kansas hita its fire guard which consists of n few furrows plowed the whole way around the farm then there IR a space of un plowed ground several yards away then a few more furrows The space between the two rows of plowed ground Is kept burned off closely so thut fire cannot cross It because there Is nothing there for fire to burn Pheme knew that with rucli n high wind as today their narrow fireguard would be of little use for the burning tumble weeds will travel a long distance ITer Intention now was to plow n few more furrows Just out aide the garden by the house nnd burn n wider space before the fire came She unit not gone a rod until she aw that tier work was useless SPAINS GREATEST NEED IsnthisuolUIElectrlo rre all non left him Il wyt this grand uivulrlne what hlncnunirv needs All America know that It cures liter and kldu y iruu ble purifies MOO too up lh tlouiich itrensibent the nerve putt Tim vigor anti mw b01lyItguaranteed only 60 cent SoldhlPeIlnyIIDru gut Of tho 778 fire alarms la Loulivllle during the year closing Friday 03 were caused by gasollue and coal oil em clone i rhe fire would be upon her before the could get the back fire going The horses had smelted tho smoke and were quivering with excitement She loosed them from the plow and they broke away from her and galloped off across the prairie at Urn highest speed She glanced after them with dismay One more chance of life gone she thought It had ooourred to her as she was trying to that sheI might p8 bIilnKe hor sister and tErn babe one at a time on ono of the horses to some place of safety but now she could not do that She stood for a moment dazed and undecided then another plan suggested IueJfI One thinks very quickly in time like this hours seem ages moment seem days Up the canyon a few rot there WAS an old dugout built well up on the Milo of the canyon where there was no tall grass anti no chance for the fire to como If she could Just reach thHs In tlmel She ran into the house and found her sis ter awake Pheme lint not much breath to spend in worth she said briefly and hastily Theres a big fire coming and Im going to take you nut the baby to the old dugout down tho canyon As she spoke she took Maggie up In her arms and started Oh take the baby flrst take tho baby first walled the sick sister but Pheme paid no attention When they got outside of the door and Maggie caught sight of the red thames so near she fainted away at once Pheme did not have time to get water to restore her Trembling with fa tlguo she hastened on through the tall grass to the old dugout She reached It laid her sister down and hurried back for the baby The flames were now quite close to the house Tho baby was wide awake and smiled up at her ns she took him in her arms When he caught sight of the flames he crowed with delight thinking no doubt that this was some new and pretty plaything Unit had been arranged specially for him Pheme wits by this time so weak with the excitement and overexertion that she could hardly bag herself along She could hear the flames close behind her but tiered not look around A little faster now and all =GHAVB OF ALTTT PIIEMEL ITilE well Through thtS high gross Good Ton can easily reach the dugout now before the fire comes WhntI tripping and falling Poor Pheme Hear the flames 10hi behind you Up end oni Quick Quick But Pheme could not move Just ou the edge of the tallest gross ghe lav poe She tried to lift her atin it oould not She could not even sp akIMaggie had by thfcs time revived and looking out through the open door from where she lay saw Theme fan ing 001i1 Pheme Pncroe she called In ajony to4 Pbcme could not reply Sha tried ugnln to move tier arms She oould not She tried again to spook but not A round came MagI gie screamed and mooned She could see the flames now almost upon Phctue sod the baby but she waa powerless to help them Her torture was horrible Suddenly Pheme felt lice strength oome back a tittle She cou44 not ge4 up but she could move her smut She took tile baby np and reaching M tar M she could pushed him from br with fill her strength out of the way of the fire Maggie looking out from the door saw all Uds ObI Pheme PJI mel siteS cried t ntTOB move Just n Htte1I she cried n en you will be out of the tan graf lInt Iheme hail used all her strength to pnve tIm baby Its top late Maggie she said too kite The flames were upon her now but the baby wns saved In one mOo meat of tlnie her whole life flashed before her Scenes from her child hood came book to her she saw her 1ft child again wandering about her old eastern home now chasing butterflies under the pink bloom of the apple blossoms now gathering autumn berries on the crimson and goldcrowned hills Then later lifei scenes cnme up She thought n lover waiting alone for the bride that would come to him only in death of tho modest little prairie home that she would never share All those thoughts passed through her minI with lightning rapidity while the flames were doing their I10rrlblcIi work The agony now was tense for thought There was n ten rlble struggle for breath In tho fierce heat and black smoke and then all was overl On n lonely spot on the prairies of southwest Knnsas there la a grave marked with a plain white slab There In the evenings you will often fled a boy of about ten years of agoI tenderly watering the white rose trying to get to grow on the lonely grave and If you should ask him whose grave this Is for which he taking such care he will reply IsI Is the grave of my Aunt Pheme wns burned to death while she was trying to save my life and ny mammas Sun uv Ouio CITV or at IITA8 C naitx J ClKNKY niakftoilh thtt he la senior parlucr oJbe liiiii or JCIICXKT A Co doing busIuistrthCliyotTo1rdo County and State nfirtMld and that sail firm pay Ibe turn of OE IIUMHii IKIUAIIS fur v and every ra ufOATAiRM bat cannot be cured by the use uf haLt CATAERII CUBE FIIXKJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and lubtcribnlln pre cute lull Cta day ot December A 1880 AW ULEABO- IK L Notary Public Hair Catarrh Cure ti taken loterDtlly and acts directly on the blood sad mucous of theiyilem head for tMtlmonuli free FJ CHEN EVA CO Toledo O SoMlijr Pit1hll Jimll vtfii Ire the test Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 piml in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond If not write to the home office for literature or call on our nearest agent t for nn explanation of Its terms and conditions I Some of Its Strong points It returns tlGO and five per cent Internet for the average time forjTcftch jmlil in 2 Stock takcri now will nil bo matured in from eighteen to twentyfour month with a large part redeemed in n much shorter time 8 It is matured In consecutive order comeqnontly all element of chance is elimina ted Now is the Time to SubsclibeIThe sooner yon begin the IFor furthcrinfonnation address A S IlTIInOi lAN Secretary J C BAILEy Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky If You Should Get Sick S Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky tWe use only the best medicines State College of Kentuckya S The Agricultural and Mtchanical Slate College College of Kentucky offers tin foilowlng courses of study vis PH Agricultural Horticultural Cbemlcal Bfoloplrnl MathematIcal ormal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of hlch extends over four years and lends to n degree Post graduate courses of study are also providul lending each to a multa degree Each coutfo of study is organized Utier separate faculty The general faculty nunibtrs more than 30 pro fessors and instructors CoUrjty Pppolrjtces reeohs tuition room rent in doirailcriec fuel ant lights and If they umlin ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well eijuipped compretoniiTC modern The last Legislature appropriated ISO for a college home for young women and 830000 for gymnasium for men Hilary tactics anti tcitue nt fuLy picvdtd rOt Mil Kfjuliid I y Ccrgius Graduates from the icrctal courses of study readily find excellent positions ant liberal remuneration The demand Is largely in excel of the Willy ol the colieg- to supply Latt year the matriculation list was 563 For catalogues method of obtaining appointments inloimatlcn ngtiding course of study and terms of admission atitiv to l JAMEb It PATTEREOX 1h D L L D President Or to V E MUNOY Buslntw Agent Fall Termlfic Ins Sept 10 1900 HI K The Crescent Spec5a Low Excursion RatesA- re I now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen S 7 via Cirsirnati to g Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands J Z PutinBay Petoskey and all other summer resting I Mountain Lake and M A 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 Manitou to Mncklnac turning via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C H D Ry to Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered g The famous resorts of the South arc also open now The sea fi on at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky audi tea g Term tiS be the most ever knosn t ItIIJIt Te5 Iretnsarepalaeet del Through Pullman sleepers dally Stein ir ftlv Parlor otwrvatlon and chair rn from Clmtuinoofn Home and 4L14 n iralM Frve reclining chain from rtimunofx night faii j et nervic OL 1 ii P A CflftttflkJ4 Teun or cell upon your ttkt spent- V J stRpHY ianeral Mcnsger AssetCtcdi1ayt i xK J6 JO DOO SC CCX3 QI r fLONLY I ONt DOLLAR Less haa a ccat a day ITHE MORNING HERALD Lexington Ky Iilte ireat Newspaper of the Blue Grass The Most Ably Edited Pa per in the South From Now Till December I Seed Your Name and Yorn NOW ld 1H8H t Summer I Excursions I InlCrescent MackinacI New re M SpdrIS successful on clmVrsi Cr to Moe ciONLY amS I i 761 fHG 1JEMS ifi IIIjvJ I I n1J have n Jr fhe Garn1ai 1 F1 iffScfnv 1 1From i JiI u Wf 15 f hiIglTHE LOJ fILEj srveNi b O T 1t14L y i It cl jl I ii t tr On in ifit LI t Thriuiitul2sSh tin 21111 fbTwlve Moitli4 tOI t COIIIt THE EVEN1NT fT-Jj Liuivijc JCy t POSTED I hereby notify the ptiUlo that my land U poet tmjoiItugto tin full extent of the Uw M n Wanted To Rent A good Farm coutnlnlnp from 150 to acres ADVEKTISEH Iancm ten Ky IrUmlilTtarlllFssii lIKcLrlIl1enbtllll Ky rLUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEALERS Milledgevillo Ky We have on bbl 400 sood Stuck ewes and sly- shavonhands thoroughbred Houthdowti Rants fbi sale LUTIM A lO W S BEAZLEY D D S LAncAster Ky Tooth Extracted Without Pain wtcroWith Vltnllird Air lhj lclnn its attend Slice Office In the New Thompson Tlulldlnp jja SEED WHEAT 400 BU MICHICAN FULTZ olisOtacreonolhVi AUdrtts W M liniOHT StanforU Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky splendadtablemoot all trains 89 J T SITTTOKT- Undertalcor HaatpnviUc Kentucky Odeti htsseryk the people oWe t Utcou uSCoi5asiCaHtalwayoa UHCar entrManatr MIntoshs Livery Feed Stable rIclnOOEYoKY Safodriversadjoiningsountle fedeor your txv nonage solicited FRITH HOTEL F FBANC1SCO Preprlfltsr AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY renalo1ndrmnrtlug nan III Cu RUPIEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you let your painting I wIll save you money I furnish piper and put It on the walt from toe up In other worda I will tell you paper as cheap HI you llerboltwork guaranteed J J IIELDEN Stanford K- yRepairingPainting p I am prepared to pnlnt and repair your styleElriencedteed You enn have yodr old vtlilrln made new for wry little moory J II OUEEU Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE a MnnufiPtured by J W Adam tt Co Ialnt Itrk Ky It a gutranteid sure cure frr lior l mule ullllctwl nlth Flttula Pnllerll Bwlnimy fcnitcliei addle Holla llurd and Soft Rnlargemontarensy Heel IltpmMT Vc For sale by W II Mrllolv liuuiliirovIibertyOAldwell aynoaburi Dunn Hroi llry nnvlll Kf P It Ctlmplon JlllcJuvllfo lOfo It Tit Mlddlobnrjr Ky Cash IcUlur TurnrraTlilr J II Vanliook MclCln neys I1OO ALL HAIr ElCURsBTh Anti Ileturn From Cinclnnntl CH8DRy TUB5DAYSept4 TIo ell gfiml re turning anv time within 00 DAYP by rail or take MCKiNAC 10 To nil points In Michigan oi the Michignn cntral By north of 1ln coning Apply to any OH D lly Agt for iebenipiivt4 leaflet It Q EDWARDS Pass Traffic Mr Cincinnati 0 A 8 PRICE Sargeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offlcterrr Store In UuTldlng IbOwIIR A JO IstAnford Oi1lce oVQr higgins It McKlnncys Stor Tvl iliono o 41 Jn B PENNY DSS- TAJFORDKY VOOIca at Uesldeno on Lancaster Str- eetFRUITTBROS MORELAND JOE JOEFurniture Undertaking Goods and Livery Telescopepironin chain frames E R DILLEHA Y DANVILLE KYM Manufacturer of BRIOKAnd Limo Cement c o Write Per Irleea THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL LotiiHVlllc Ky The mol centrally located and only FJeSTOLASSlintel In the olty making a 2 RATEOne block nom the principal shopping district ant two blocks from tho three principal theatres Street oars pats the door to all pull Gt The City Everything neat and clean FIRST NA TIONA BAr K OFSTAllFUflD K- YOs3ttl Stock 1100000 Swpht I176S8 fil Tblalnalhatlon originally wulllihtd u the IH lUnk nf Sian lord U 18M then reurganlied at tht National Hank of Stanford U 1K5 andacalr corcuuN II tbt First tatiocat Hank of Slantotf a 1U2 Iou had practically unlnurruplwi NIII ante for years It Ii Utut supplied now IC tuhtss for transacting blldDIUIIIIUT ant rsllytbanszbeforiD Ita loot aol bonoiabU carter Accounts ot Individual Iduclarlet rtm and InJlTldualnollcltedDiaicroai F Kld Lincoln Co J W hayden Slanfor ST hattieI 8 H Baufhman J8 Hocktr TE Hill WP Walton W A TribbleII Jll ColllnrCiaU Urtlid M J Miller MtYernoc DKImur Stanford 151 J S lies er Prnld nil J J UcIXkf III tablU Lincoln CountyNational Bank C riui sto k isiooooo- tjutcrwor to The Farrorr lInk A Trust CVrBn and uiitlrr sans iuauag Dt ceollnu = = uutly for Ymi Solioits Your Bank Account Hoj u h inujusly1U Ecru ItS Jy J WilliamtW Carpenter II Cumuitci J lynn S HHhunkt J K Cath J Owilcr UFF1CEU4 3 S H Sliauki lrIJ IiI J 1I011IrM llrlht AwtCaibltr