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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b 1 SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ISSUED EUERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY KT 1 K YEAR V i f I VOL XXV11L STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1900 9 A M NO Pl IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J C Abbott wee uiKlntcd poslmui tor at 1uUoly Wuyno county Danvlllo cleared 1100 49 on Iti water works during tho year Just closed A poslotUca bas been established at Cow Creek Oweloy county with AI red ICvcrsolc Poetlnastor Junction City it to Imvu a comtnor clnl club Wo bopo It will live longer tban tlm ono Stanford people organlz ud a year or to ago which died the- following week Tilt Advocate dose not compliment our good frIend W C Surberof June lion City when It ipculiB of him the Mark Ilannit of his town Old Mark never saw the day when ho was ac good a man as Mr B Sid Sutton was acquitted of the murder of Andrew flays In Wbltlty Sutton was charged with having sbo Ilnyi In a drunken row on last 4th of July but tho testimony developed that bo did It In eolftlefeooo O W J Masiilngulo a deputy sheriff of Iulaskl fired five shots at Julius Ibnlpn who was reacting arrest at Somerset but Iholps got away Buckskin IIIIIa show was In town and ecy oral people narrowly escaped the shots Superintendent Public Instruction McChotDoy will decline to send to John L Powers Knox countys nilowancc out of thu school fund The ruling on tho ground that Powers being a fu glove from Justice U not competent to receive It- Whnrton Cole living near Artcrauf was walking with a friend and had jut raised his hand to explain something when ballot pierced hit wrist TheI most pUuslblu theory regarding the ebotliI that It came from the gun of some hunter Lawrencu Rico of Plnevlllo has oeen employed by Eastern capitalists In connection with Kentucky psrtlo to look Into the matter of a survey lorI a proposed railroad from Harlan Court homo Harlan county to 1lnovllle orI MUMIasparo 30 or 40 mllea distant reot spoctlvaly The parties bavo coal and timber land along time proposed route Telling of the deplorable IragedVitbe lllchmoml Climax says that Mr Woods had repeatedly avoided a combat with Judga Tlptnn and that the fl nHinic4 ty was brought on by Tlptoo who an 11rol boll Wood unawares and struck hIm a fearful blow In the loft eye when ho drew his revolver and fired the ball striking Mr TIpton In tbo abdomen and going clear through the body Hereupon TIpton throw up his hands and begged for mercy and Woods wltb most cflmntcndablo moderation though still smarting with the pain from Tip ton blow put up his gun saying be could not kill a man who plead for hit life The paper odds that TIpton like a true gentleman on his death bed made n statement exonerating Mr Woods and assuming the blame KINGSVILLE Mrs W L McCarty and little son Mild will go to Lebanon Junction tblweek in vUH relative Miss Ger tie Innybnek baa returned from a visa 10 her Iltl Mrs Dinton atSom erect J B Adams traveling sales man ot Ilustonvlllc was hero Tuesday Dr IM L McCarty of Hnrrodburg Is bort IIrll Ild nIT bt + profession of den llsrv KxOonsuhle Ben Record and family bavo truce MI ITinh to reside Tin ttOQio pony uuinnvusd of the fol lowing young ludiiw Mlwes Klla Bella awl LiinllA Johnson mind Elia both Crrltrhun nf ICIngsvllle Llzzln flood and anflc Hunn cit Smhy City ter mliHttd Momuy sIor n delightful WOK at Ih pima ada vouiiry house If Mruod Mn 1f Hiina 1uo happy guokts will long renumber tbo delight ful homlwiliY extended by their boat and hosiers iindthe week spirit In u round ot guyottea In the way of dances drives dinners risrHdi rte nwlhf many pleasant acquaintance wade whllo tbr E W rrelehton has rv fumed tripLu Sumner flullIl9ulqttot rlI MS DEMOCRATIC CLUB AT MIDDLE 4 rIIDv the rliqusi of the president of the National Aetuoluliun ul rJatnocrallc Cluh Hp democrats of Muldloburg prHolnrCvoo ciitiyil lOguthqr ill orau Ize a club by Campaign Committeeman J C CiMlitT at 71 M when tilt following oHIcers were eluted G P Fo gle president 1 A Wall vice presl dent W C Bryant ebcrulary and J V CoIT v rlIPIIIfr The uluh was or ganlzed with u membership of SOuctive working memhn Bv u unanimous vote we tawuduul ulnb The Bon V Smith Uemortl1lo Club of Mlddloburg We had no eptouii ml all thu members wore In good himor and loneod for the tlmu to uotiio when they might help elect our great lender W J Bryan and oth r4 We uxpojt to Imvo 200 meaiborri ty our next meeting All back sliders taken In If they repent and coma back Into ranks Woaro strong or democrats now than wo ever were Hurrah for BrvanBeckbara and Smith WCB YOLUAHIC ERUPTIOnS SUIn rvl tire of ya- mHucklensArnlcSatrecurrthanaluOla hu Waitin Cuterhrutees urni CbjpM Ouiu earthrnro nn jjiitiillissoiu M car bx our gal el Ilruchl e v MORELAND Tbo fall term of the public scho opened Monday morning al Pelcrsbur M E Prtltt icnhora1B II King la at work on his cuol hero and when complete It wl bu ono of tho most uptodate coal yard In title section lIon M F North of Mt Salem he the thank of the boys out hero for material assistance In many ways N more deserving man than ho In habit this part of tho county Alfred Coulter ot Elllsburg Case f county hag rented thu Peyton IIoui bore for a year possession to be given about Sept 16 Mr Pnytan will move to other groparty hero In Morcland Tho firma o ColToy Bros ft Co at Mlllcdgovlllo has been dUso Ive Charley Colby having told out ti Hunn Si ColToy The stock will bi moved to tho firms new building here Oct let- Jim McAllster Is going after thl money tho Liberty Fair people aro banging up this week und If tho boys dont have some pretty good ones Pan theou B and Dr Sparks will step away from them Josh Swopo was out this way the other day with ono of his original conundrums What Is the difference be tween Buffalo Bill and Yorkes The answer U very apparent Hill has a sbowand Yerkus has none Hcv Ernest Elliott of Murfreeeboro Tenn Is holding a very Interesting meeting at the Christian church nl TurnomvUlo Hov Bqrko filled Hev Gllllam appointment bore last Sun day morning lie the latter was absent holding a protracted meeting Tho different turnpikes around bore are all receiving their annual applica lion of gravel under the supervision ol men appointed by the court If nil tho plkos were In as good condition ni those In this end of the county free pikes would be a sueaos as they uru n much better condition than when toll was collected A fair sample of the average re publican Incumbent of tho country KsU Rlces was evidenced near here last week A postal curd was dropped In the oO1cu at Mlllcdgevllle dlruotod to Tom Inept who gjts his mall there After giving It u trip oft in search ol said postofllce It finally found Us way luck stamped MsseaL Moral Turn the rasouls out Mllford Cochran aged 17 yens eon of lard In Cochran of Kldds Storo while en routq Sunday nlgbt from Louisville lo Lexington via n side door sleeper had occasion to change cars near Shel jyvlllc when he stopped ofT the train In the darkness whllo standing on a trestle Ho fell a dlttunca of f0 feet sustaining a compound fracture of ono of his legs also outs and bruises about the head The companys physician patched him up andsent him buck to Moroland Monday Aunt Mlllio Morennd will leave In a few days to visit bO daughter Mrs Kd H Edwards of Brooklyn N Y J D Dalton Is convalescing after- a long Illness J J Spears of Niche la vllle Is over superintending some work on his farm near here Uncle George Carter who has been visiting one of his daughters In Indiana for the past few months has returned home Ho says tho people of Indiana will roll ulla hamUnrnd majority for democracy title fall and that the standing of Mount In that Stato Is very low on ac count of his establishing his city of refuge for Kentucky criminals E D Payne Is moving Into his property In ttfe fioutlf andof tbwn recently fpilr chased by him- Tbedelnocrnoy of this nock of the woods metal Hunn t Coffeyu hell here Saturday night and after a ring ng speech by lion M P North u dvtn Ctatia club was organized nod tho fol ovvintf ofileers elected to marshal the loeut of tlje section und lead them tqu prod iitned victory In State und Nu tlonal politics T H Wright prs 10 McAllister vioa pros M l ee Pipe lieu W P McAllister traps A more enthuslsltlameetin was Dilv sr held anywhere and the organiza don will no doubt bo it great Inducement to further ibQcuutc of the great common people Let oil democrats urn out Saturday night Sept 8th n business of importance will bo carried onThe republicans wo undoretnud met the other night to dlecusa ways and nouns and lo organize and the follow log dialogue occurred TarterWhero is Harvoyx Minks We cant turn a wheel without him Minks was called und explained that 10 bud forgotten tho password und It was necessary to crawl through a bole In the fence Tote Bocedlct They toll mo tho democrats are laying plans already capture our colored troops I tell ou1- boys something must be did Ellsba Hooker They tell ma tho price of mules has advanced since Gilbert went In und we will have to keep tho boys bolstered up II John Boyle Pass the tin cup around and keep the water bucket full of water Lazrus WulnrS1 Liquors what want Why water Is dangerous think of the people thats been drowned In tho siiiff and hrotber Myers would not hate channn to air hie pro hlbltlnnrPIuhlll1I vars lthrN cl vo Junii AU um ArttmlttSS to toll us of bU Independent race for magistrate under tho motto I run on 1my merits ulonoLoud cries of Kim Klngl King and followed by that great advocate of coming prosperity mounting the rostrum and Ahen gentlemen the truth of tho business prosperity tins arrived Thu time has come for us all to co to work to works I say for the grand old republican put ty during her reign has getting nearly 50000 Loud crle1- s from black republicans to Whac up my part boss whlto man got tbo hogface If tboy did mingled with loud shouts and for the Limo pandt monlum reigns Someone turned over the lamp exit white black and Brown republicans CHURCH MATTERS Rev George Dareloe mooting al Ghent resulted in 10 additions to tbe Christian church Tho Christian Guide says that Rev W E Ellis Is holding a revival Bt Springfield Tenn Rov F S Pollltt wilt hold the last quarterly meeting of tho conference year hero Saturday and Sunday and will preach twice each day Rev Wr Arnold who has been editor of the Pcntacoatal Herald for about three years has resigned and will enter tho ministry again Eld Joseph BMlou closed a hot 1C days meeting at Salem Madison coun ty Tuesday night Twonty persons were added to the church 10 the last eveningBro George Gowen received a unanimous cull last Sunday to the min istry of Louisville Broadway Church Hoi now In Franklin Tenn Chris than Gudo Tho loaders of the Methodist church have planned a world wide revival to cover the first six monohs of the new century A call will be wade for 100 000 volunteers pledged to work for 000000 converts Rev W M Kuykcndall has moved with his family to Bowling Green He will take charge of tho church at Scott vllle but will locate hero He Is a stepson of ExGov P II Leslie He and his family will be given a hearty welcome to Bowling Greener ITbo will be glad to have them as permanent residents livening Journal FALL FESTIVAL Tho First at Cincinnati Sept 19th to 29th 11ou caut go to Paris come to the Paris of America One hundred thousand dollars have been set IIlII1e for the festivities of the Cincinnati Fall Festival An Industrial Exposition will be the leading feature All the famous permanent exposition buildings will be occupied They cover over lOoOOO square feet of space and will be filled with new novel instructive and Interesting exhibits Cincinnati or iginated Industrial Expositions Jn the United Stittc and the present one prom fees to be more attractive and novel than ever before SliOOO IN GOLD Will be given for the best Float in the great Trades and Manufacturers Parade A gorgeous Flower Parade the greatest spectacle ever lyitncssed In Cincinnati will be a feature of the festival The Ilaza will cover both sides of the canal for teeny thousand feet filled with novel entertainments from all parts of the wurldo new and modern Midway Plat since IN TUB OBKAT BflllNORIt MUSIC MALI One of the largest and most famous audi toilumi in American spectacular allt gory will be given with grand east and gorgeous scenery New costumes and liipplritiK music Tho opening of the festival will be her aided by booming of canuon rnglng of bulls anti the welcoming ceremonies in honurof the Harvest Queen wlioe royal barge will be mot on Its wny down the OhioIlInll who will bo escorted In great state to a grand reception at Springer Hall Novel and elaborate fireworks display will be made front moving boats The Zoo Coney Island and other sum mer resorts will have special programs A tiny will be set apart for the radon Unions of the city and a outer daytie voted to n Monster Athletic Carnival Cincinnati rordia ly Invites her neigh born to participate in these festivities Low rate excursions will bu run dully via Queen A Crescent route and other special excursions for days upon which espccialy Interesting portions of tho vast program of festivities and amusements take place Editor W P Walton of the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL has returned from hlil vacation to Virginia hills and valleys and his pen Is seen In his bright JOURNAL twice aweek Wal ton Is one of a very select few of Ken tucky newspaper men who are making a success of running a nonpareil news paper in a long primer townElkton Progress RlIGITTO UGLINESS p The woman who U lovely In face forte and lelll have but one who woul- dbealtraclltetnustkeel ihrlieallh If she li wttk and all run down the will he oe1oIiS au troutIlIla eruptions and a wrtlcheJ complexion tlctrio ten li the best mullein In the to mutate ftomacb liver end kidneys and to purify bIIoo It give Mron nertn bright in iII melt rty VIli ties wni VxIri I if rua aauukingcarwugwmAU IrUI dt 1J C j t ccts r ae f pru- bt r MT VERNON Tho Baptist Association at Brodhc bad a largo attendance Satnl Purcell Jr and Miss RebeccB Owens wore married Tuesday blurt Rotbwell will speak at BrOIl head Saturday night They promise II big turnout Little Mattlo Baker has purchased II Bib organ wltb money she made trot this sale of newspapers Rookcuatlo stockholders of the Sor ci set Banking Company will probably lose something over 0000 John Edward Pearce of Norton Va was hero visiting Miss Ida May Adam Ho went Irom hero to Georgetown College where bo will take a position as Instructor In mnslc Wade Llvesuy and Mrs Becknel u widow disappeared some days since It Is supposed they went away to tut married and probably have gone to he former home In Jackson county Mrs Win Weber of Chattanooga Tuna who has been visiting Mrs Wn Poyntcr left Tuesday to visit friend In Danville Mrs Webers family hay log moved to Knoxville during her ub sence ebe wilt return a week later to her homo at that place There was some excitement abou dusk last night when the alarm of tire was given It proved to be the dwel ling of D N Williams which had caught from a defective Hue The Humes werocxtlngulshed bowcver be fore any great amount of damage wa dono Many people who have had occasion to send telephone messages to SOlDer set will pleased to learn thataftcr four or five months of tho poorest kind ui service the lines and Instruments have been put In good condition and the ser vice is first class both in talking and Limo In ringing up Hugh Miller and wife are in Louis vllle Charles Lyons extelegrapl operator was here during the week In spooling timber Charles Klesling who lost both feet In a Hazel Patch wreck Is running a lunch house at D rod he ad for the train men Miss Ida May Adams Is on the sick list Joshua forcing is expected home from Nash ville soon Dr Will Chllders was up from Orlando Wm Falin Is quite sick at Cove U G Baker was In the cities S W Davis has completed hit storehouse near the railroad crossing- S C Franklin Is visiting his parents near Lexington Vies Lucy Griffin Is visiting relatives hero Ape Cum mins is building In tho west part of town Rev Ballow of Laurel is Mold- Ing a protracted meeting at Buckeye Miss Minnie Mltchel of Washington Fonn arrived In duo season to take her place as teacher In the College Monday Mrs Judge Fish returned yesterday from a visit to her parents In Wllllamsburg bringing with her her sister tbo charming Miss Emma Arthur Mrs Chas Forrester has returned from a summers stay at the Springs much Improved in health Mrs Fannie Adams left Tuesday for a Visit to relatives In Pittsburg Pa Miss Mary Magec of Livingston is attend ing the Collegiate Institute Teach ers Institute will begin bore next Monday Mr and Mrs George Gen try attended tho Baptist Association at Brodhcad Wednesday and Thurs day Our band boys ore playing for tbo Barbourvlllo Fulr this week Miss Roo Gentry is visiting friends at Proacbersvlllo SAVEDHIS LIFE VAS Mr JI Lilly a rllUrn of Hannl a wonderful dellTeraaco from frigbtluldwuh Jn trlllng out he MT I Wd- laken with Typhoid Ktvcr that ran Into Pncunw nip My bulge became bardrnn t was w weak I soul u t rrrn tit in hId Nothing helpnl mi I KlxcUxl lon die or Coniumpllon when I hard or Ur liing ew IHiooTfry One bottle IIY e Rreat relict lenntlnne to uwlt and now edit well cot strong I nly too uiucu fn In raise Thli niarvrUous nirdlclne Is the lur1a- nd quickest cure In the world for all Throat an Lung Trouble Ktyular clue 60 cents and II lrlal luttlr Ire Drug Store every 1u- tie guauntterf The EUIe Towoj liBtsarethe latost Parisian sensation and they are said o bo about as tall as tho structurg they arc named for They will doubtless- gut hero by the time the theatrical tea tson opens Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to cuI bruise burn scald or like injury vll instantly allay the pain and will heal tho parts in less time than any other tjeat meat Unless the Injury ip very severe It will not leave n scar Pain Balm also Hires rheumatism sprains swellings and aincne a For sa e by Crate Hocker Druggists A brief note from a Blllvllle district reads Our son John has como home ram Ihu Philistines on a furlongh and ono leg The latter means a pension fur IIlothank the Lord Atlanta institution p STATE or Cub CITY OF TOLEDO U IlCAS CfllKTY J tIUKf J CIIKNKV mikt oath tint he Is senior armor odhif drill ol h J CHUNKY Co doing uilotn In the City of Tolado County and Slae formnldj and that said Ann will iy the lum of IIOLIAtIS for a ch and every ra ofCATAKim lhat canuot be cured by the or HALLS CATAniui CVKK FUANKJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and utncriledln uiy prosI vucelbll Cth day ol December A A WILEASO r SEAL Notary Iulllo llalla Catarrh Cure b taken Internally mad meta directly on the bloo1ad mucous uuaoo or Iheyateu Send for tetluaonlal tree PJ CHEN EV t CO Toledo 0 Sold Halls Family Jiflf an the tate The Nowfouudlaud sealing sea n iiii ih titer fr the iiHt25yntr fiiiui ii e i t teu i f tured LANCASTER Mr R B ElKIn is improving In health at Dripping Springs Mrs R A Burnslde fell on the stairway and sprained her arm from whlc she suffered considerably W S Dcazley ft Bro sold 170 tOI export cattle weighing about 100lbs- to Joseph Bales of Richmond at 640 The threo Bs Bryan Blackburn and Beck ham will save the country Iron political bondage and National destruction Mrs Emma KautTman has a letter announcing that Eld George Gowe has accepted a call to preach for the Broadway Christian church Louisville Our colored people are to be con gratulated on the erection of another church This time it Is the Christian church and they have hat a meeting wltb good results Ed Norris largo and well equipped flouring mill Is nearly finished Horace Herndon Is to be the bookkeeper A well is being bored on the premises acd the indications aro that it will fur nigh an abundance of water Mr T S Elkln reports the following of Mr J F Pettus sale last Monday Cows told at 125 to 840 heifers at 318 to e25 hogs at lie corn in tne field at at 81 a barrel and other property sold at good prices A splendid lunch was servedI a lettea from a prominent of ficial la Washington City saving that the republican clerks In the departments arc dodo ldent and the demo cratic clerks are lluely and happy over the prospects of Bryans election which grow brighter every day Mr G S Gaines Is repairing Bcd painting his storo and be will soon open a stock of groceries and farm utensils Mr George Smith Jr has returned Rockonstlo Springs Mesar Homir Batson and 0 W Shu jars are in Michigan on a pleasure rlp Hon W B Smith delivered a stir ring and rallying speech at the cour house last Monday ills arguments igalnet the methods and principle ofl republicans were absolutely Irrefutable and his denunciation of trusts was so full and complete that It Is a wonder how any man who Is not in a trust cur be a republican R E McRoberts will give ao Intold or the best display of 20 cars of corn and 260 for the next bestdisplay The bucks are to bo turned back and plait ed together In each display Tbe curt oust be deposited at his store by clock Monday Sept 24 and tbo prize will be awarded that day by competent Bnd disinterested judges All corn ex nblted becomes tno property of Mr IcRoberts The organization of the democrats will be complete In this county this fan Every Inch of the ground wlllbe onteted The democrats are virtual Iy united There will not be half u dozen of them who will lend a helping rand to the enemy The methods of tbe republicans have driven those who vent astray back Into the fold and hey are there to stay No single suo will keep them from stamping tinder the rooster Dr W S Beazley has advanced u theory which revives the charms spells orcery and witchcraft of former days Us friends knew that ho was charm IDI captivating and enchanting in clal life but they did not dream that IB could exert a mysterious Influemv over the fowls of the air especially tn- owllD lie lonely nocturnal flights He assorted that the offensive hooting ut thu owl could be hushed by turning u mcket wrong side out as be had date o repeatedly The following geutlt ucu declare that they tried the expert ment and that It worked Mayor R Clnnalrd S C Denny Robert Embry aod R L Elkin The effect was lii tanteoas on the hideous bird Mr Jeazley Is the centre of attraction aid bIll name vlll be handed down as it e hlof among those who have beuone itmous IQ witchcraft The secret is in urnlng the right pocket The theory Iii explained on the hypothesis that at eath the spirit of robbers enter owls nnl hat account for their hooting but the homer of wealthy men Ho rneu un empty pocket book U snov th spirit of the robber causes the owl to leave the promises Low rates West Railroad bargain das via tho Monon cute Tickets will bo sold by the Monon route from Lou ivllle Ky to in Arizona Brit Jtlh Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa lunltoba Minnesota Montana Ne raska New Mexico Notch Dakota Orelon South Dakota Utah Wash igion Northern Wisconsin and Wy wing at one firstclass faro plus 82 for- tblt roundtrip on June 10th July 3 IT tag 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 2 JO Nov returningletc will bo furnished with schedules and further Information by addressing E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Idnon Route Louisville Ky BiSMAnKs moil NERVE Was the result of bli splendid health Indoml Ible will and tnuirmoiK energy are not found Wllrrf Sioiutch Liter Kidneys and llowfli ate out OrOMr If you wait theie dualities mud the itctM they bring use Dr Kloga Sew Life Illli OmyheWhat most people want Is something mildnnd fcenlle when in need of a pbys- Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver iblets fill tho bill to a dot They are ell sy 10 take and ptpa ant In fHitt Fir alr by Qj n iluuker Uruggtstai We Are Preparing To Show The Best Line 1OfEver shown in Central Kentucky MEANWBILE repducedand Gents Furnishings IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEryYour money hack if yourd not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co JAMES FilTh Hustonville KytNice New Dr Goods jM Notions The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for iadie men girls and boys r glrlltoTrussesOf All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reasol+ able M Craig locker Stanford A C SINECO- NTRACTOR t BUILDER STANFORD SENTUC2Y S I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect s tisfactioras to workmanship and as attest rgwhom3 I carry a full stock of Doors Sash ra Blinds Metal Roofing Rough und Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles EtcyI vill duplicate any pricesoffered utlHeo G 1i613Qt339Fd4 r Glotbing Rnd flats At Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance To Get Rarealns In The Above Lines y Oeo H Parrfs Co THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having beenrt 0111science J t THESE LENSES FLATTER rJust received a large stock of the very Latest Designs ir MouldiJ9st PaUHnll never sold In title locality boforehave to be seen to be appreciated it palnilaamongIr01 phturMthallIlret cave ton mnprp J TMH Street Opposite Pot Office DwtUitK itelNTERIOR JOURNAL f I MNFORD jKv SEPT 7 1900 n W P WALTONI iitYIOCRRTIC TIC FT 41 rbidenL ftULlAV JKVA7VOS JMYAX of Mr iLu For JicePraldent- WLAl f TBVENSQN 0JWnciiV Jour Goifler j c jr nEwzrir Of Mlton For IGEORGE GQIlBERT 0SheOy jt I JOHN W YEUICES la one of the t mootncav nicest and tnun companion iblo men ID thu party which has en J lorded asaiuo uud ussatalnatlon Ho stipon all the conventionalities und j equtremont of respectable society I kid unusualv plausible and pleasant EensooaUy wi nun tint help liking bliu t sUraean a republican bId speech at BawUnjr Green shows him to be Af I ter two months and the calrapnd quiet otn remote Michigan resoit ID which to prepare bill epesch and which be rt used all the care and thought of which he U capable his effort is dUappoint- DK though it must be confessed that i HI the bAt possible presentation of a mleerablo cause which he tries to ov erhadow by working the old platitudes partlI crallc State convention declared should l be chanced and which Gov Beckham f has called the Legislature In extra sea o slon to change although he was In the body that passed the bill For helping i pate the bill Mr Yerkes would have the voters hold Gov Beckbam respon slble even after be bus seen that It worked badly and was not satisfactory 7 to the people The go t oman from Boyle evidently does not believe In the ilj foil caw which says a sensible man may Jebanjte his mind a fool never But V try he ever so hard the Goebel law cap not be made the supreme issue of this campaign even should the Lecls J laturo decline to alter or amend It The republican record of am slnatloa j usurpation and anarchy can not be kept In the background by the specious i pleas of Mr Yerlcos wbo will have to icarry the load of Infamy perpetrated at i Frankfort that be and his party have Jf shouldered The issue la not the Goebel jaw as our alcek and wellgroomed 7t tfrlend would have the groundlings be I iTJIeve but whether assassination and jf other lawless methods shall become u theflner arts of government vi In holy Presbyterian horror Mr i Yerkes rolls his off eye heavenward V and asks in tragic tones Carl you be- forei t sensible reasonable thinking ltmen charge that crime against an en r tIre party organization The party aidedtlIand otherwise endorsed the acts of tbe conspirators and made their devilish j deeds their own and have in every Kay thrown stumbling blocks In the Ray of every effort to discover and pun iSfssb the assassin of Gov Goebol and 3zhuse who procured his assassination i y of Taylor the head of tbe conspiracy to murder and now a cow- ardlyit fugitive from justice protected by a republican governor who has no i respect for his oath shows how Mr i Yerlces regards those indicted for the i assassination conspiracy and proves flJbow quickly he will pardon the whole miserable crew should the people of i i Kentucky be to unmindful of their duty as to elect him governor In answer to direct questions be xvlll not say that he wilt or will not pardon the elmplyorjT conilderatlon Everybody knows bow impartial he could act under tbe clr tI cumatances and we take It that a large r majority of the voteru will decide to him no chance to pate on the ques felHilon certainly not If they take Mr Yjrkes advice to be honest wltn yourselves when you enter the bontb and f to vote for what you consider to be t aIKbt and for the supreme Interests of ibe nation your State yourself and JJ your children and thereby like men K perform one of the highest duties ofI + citizenship m Let every voter do this und there can mIbeDo doubt of the result In November IfThe bottler class of republicans are l with the democrats in the tight ayatnst if government by violence and assasslna tlon and they will help to restore law f and order In our crime ridden State by t Bending assasalna to thu gallows or the penitentiary and their avmpathjzera to V inglorious defeat THE Bowling Green Times says tbatt Holland Wblttaker under bond to 4 answer an indictment for being accei lory before the fact of the murder ofe Gov Goebel was prominent on Istand at the Yerkes speaking and was given an ovation equal almost to that given Yerkes himself while TalorI the cowardly fugitive from aptI peared Ir counterfeit preseutment er the speaker All of which 18 cumu lotlve evldencejubot such cattle aret herpes In the eyes of certain cans who publicly condemn the ossas sloatlon of Goebol and privately aps jiUud his assassins A poll oiiTshows that It tfF flead euro for Bryan sjyii u dispatch W but as silO rave McKlnley 142408 ma joriiy loOO this statement must betl takeo with a grain pf salt UAlKn Powicns Is now under son eoce for life for being acceefory beIt fora the fact to the assassination of IIthetown whither 1owcrs bud boon taken that purpose The judge howtver suspended the contenco for 60 days pending an appeal to the court of ap peals and ordered ton convict return od to the Louisville jail Asked If ha end any reasons to glyo why sontenco should not be rtawed on him he said he had but It was uelos to give them Power onjoyed the trip with tho exception of tbo bracelets which be protested was not necessary to be put on him In conformity to the law and o Jt of the abundance of caution tho sheriff took no chances and Powers was hand c itlod us any other convict would have biou under the circumstances TUB returns from thoVermont olec tlou are not at nil reassuring to the re publicans They show a loss of 20 per cent In their vote and a democratic gain of 13 per cqnt This ratio con tinued over tho country in November would elect Bryan by a majority so large that republican House and dee toral commissions would not daro dIE turb The chances for democratic sue 0ss grow brighter as the days go by HON AitTiiun SEWALL Bryan running mate in 1890 succumbed to a stroke of apoplexy at kin summer home in Maine Wednesday Ho was a large snip builder and controlled one of the Urgest of Amulean sailing fleets be aides being largely Interested In railroads Notwithstanding ho was a true Jemocrat and for years was Maine representative In the National commit tee TUB defaulting county clerk of Fay otto says he will recognize W B iloody as tbo regular democratic Con tre alonal candidate If half the re ports of the condition of Cblnna otllc e oe true a judge will likely recognize oim to appear In court to answer bloody ought to feel proud of his ally Got BECKHAM does not claim to be n orator but his head U crammed lull f good sound horse sense which hi s peuch at Henderson further demons rLe It was a mastery statement of the true Issues which Gentleman John is using his best figures of speech to hide and overshadow YERKES Isnt setting the country afire on his swing on a special train through Southwestern Kentucky The reports from It are that he is creating very little attention The people down tat way take no stock In assassins or heir sympathizers CLEVELANDS secretary of state Richard Olney bas come out for Dry m and so has Wilson of the same cab- Inet Whats the matter with Cleve land doing the same thing and making t unanimous POLITICAL At the labor day speaking In Chica go Bryan got all the cheers and Roosevelt all the hisses Bryan and Stevenson will make a umber of speeches in Kentucky In Oc toberBryan says that prosperity like the milk sickness of old times is always In the pext county B B Well Plaits man was nomi outed for governo by the republicans if New York In convention at Sarato gaG W Southall of the Hopkiniville oar was nominated by the populists to make the race for Congress la the 2nd JlDtrict Hon B P Cooper of Lebanon of firs to bet 21000 that the democrats will carry Kentucky and another 31 000 that their majority will be at least 10000Chief Justice Uuzelrlgg has Issued a proclamation for an election for gov ernor Nov 0 which settles Qnully the question of whether such election shall be held Hon Win L Wilson Clevelands postmaster general and Hon Geo R Weadltng the famous orator both opposed to Sayan in In 1890 have come out for the democratic leader The Brownlow and Evans faction In Ienuessee have reached an Agreement to compromise their differences The piau contemplates the withdrawal or Posion the Evans candidate for gov ernor I am a republican but I honestly bjlleve that with the Ohio crowd iu control the best thing that could hap pen to the republican party this fall would be the succesdof the democrats Gov Pingree jThe Mayileld Mirror called on Yer ICes to answer in hla epueou the 20odd questions that this paper propounded to him several weeks ago but Mr yrkes was too busy bloviating oa deIfunct Issues to do so The Louisville Dispatch makes Yer iios a black man Intonilonally or othjerwise we know not which The ure It printed Tuesday U as black as ootno 00000 of his colored brethren whore yelling for him By a vote of 63 to u theHouso adopt d a resolution providing that each member of the House be given an op portunity to speak on the election lawd nd providing for a meeting of tbeIJ House at 0 oclock Wednesday for that UrpOSemSenator Blackburn of Kentucky Is 1 uoted as saying that In his opinion he Ohio election law Is as bad us the Uoobel law Worsu Senator espec when It administered by a man l1ln ability and prodigious in gull alMondaysmaulfestntlonB the State hut contlrni the cont1deue of dheircauset republicans except the hopelessly blind the Inevitable end which awaits In November Courier Journal The gold socalled democrats have thrown off the mask and will work for MoKlnloy In the Sonata at Frankfort six dome crow and five republicans score named the election committee FurS on JUey Coleman Cronshaw Thomas ToUn McConnell Cox Kirk Uarrol and Alexander- A bill has been Introduced at Frank fort which makes primary election the sole manner of making nominations of any party for State district county or city offices and provides that general primary elections shall be held on the first Tuesday in August of cash year Two political Usuos of supreme Itu pnrtaoce have arisen from the events ofthe past 12 months The ouo Is Na tional and the other State Shall the nation exist an a republic or as an urn lure Shall the Commonwealth bo governed by law or by prmsLowleI McQuown Let the thunder tones Nov 0 If Taylor atd Finley arc guilty as charged In their indictments they ought to be hanged If they are Inno cent not a hair of their heads should ha touched Thu editor of tho Times would dearly love to write Dick KnoUII1 lifo right now bos such a villainous liar nnd scoundrel and beyond that ho has no prejudice worth mentioning Glasgow Times There Is nothing In the principled of the party to which I belong that would lead a man to do aught to Injure tne property of any man or to put an obstacle in the way of the honest ac cumulation of wealth All that wo 83ck Is to enable the man who accumu bites wealth to enjoy It and protect him from the man who wishes to enjoy It but does not earn ltBryan at Deer Park Mr Bryan and Senalor Wellington opened the Maryland campaign at Cum bjrland with speeches to a large audl ene Senator Wellington formally announced his withdrawal from the re publican party his address evoking great applause from the democrats and u counterdemonstration In the shape of hisses from his former party asso clatedIThe colored voters should make a note or thib A special to the Clncln nail Enquirer from Bowling Green says During the speech of Hon Jno W Yerkes here Monday afternoon an Inoffensive Negro preacher attempted to sit on the platform on which there were about 40 republicans but ho was promptly knocked oil bv the party leaders of this city The republicans when asked why tbey did not have a parade stated tat they could not keep the Negroes out of the line Under u resolution Speaker Trimble appointed the following a committee to consider election bills J L Bosley of Washington county chairman J C CaD trill of Scott Sie7eHenrvof Ken ton Emmett Orr of Owen U OCoch ran of Bullltt Ell Brown of NeUoo C W HIckman of McLean Claude Terrill of Trimble Gerald Finn of Simpson John IL Kelday of Louisville and P M McUoberla of Lincoln The two last named are republicans Mr Yerkes says to the people that no man who would announce in ad vance that be would pardon or refuse to pardon is entitled to your votes queeIMoucjnvlcied assassins of Goebel the peo pie are Informed and a prospective eervuntof the sovereign people who re- fmsea to tell what be will do when an application for a pardon is made la either a demagogue or a deceiver Louisville Times The Danville News says that Mr YerkiS lavs particular stress on the gubernatorial contest which he slg mati7es as unlawful unholy and utterly without precedent seeming to forget that In 1803 Hon George G Gilbert was elected to the Congress of the United States over George M DavUon by 811 votes There was not one scin tilla of evidence to show that tbere was fraud or Illegality In the election but Mr Davlson wanted the office so Mr YerKes took the case He knew that Davison bad not the slightest shadow of a case but nevertheless Mr Yer kes who so strongly denounces contests appears in Congress to champion the contest of Geo Davison aye more It Is said that be also used his personal Influence Influence growing out of bill Federal otllce to Induce members of Congress to seat Davlson who a re publican committee said bad absolute ly no case NEWS NOTES The population of Richmond Va Is 85030 an increase of 3662 or 405 per centWilliam B Beck tbe last surviving brother ol tbe late Senator James B eck of Kentucky died In Wyoming At Georgetown Barber Weaver as held to tbe circuit court for per ury and In default of 8350 ball was sent back to Jill Tbe street fair of tbe Louisville Elks will occupy 0i squares and the flower parade will be six miles long It will be held Sept 17 to 20 Near Mt Sterling Budding Bow ing aged 18 brutally assaulted Jor an Willis aged 70 and the old man die as a result Qf his Injuries For six days at Dallas Texas the ercury bas registered approximately co degrees In tbo shade all hot weather records for September being The mills stores dwellings and other property of the Oneonta Lumber Coat Scrantou MenlfeO county were destroyed by Ore Sunday The loss Is bout 875iOOO At ClJtlett burg there was born to Mr and Mrs E Noble a 10 pound The father Is now In his th year while his go wire has parsed her iOth mile Ito At Roltierwood Teun a mot caI turcd John Uui hfielcl who had killed Ms wife with the Intention of lynch ing him but lost courage and surren dered him to the olllcors at the last moment Judge John II Reagans present vis- It to Savior county Tonn whore ho was born Is the Urst he has made In 05 years Ho left there for Texas at tho ago or 20 nnd he Is now 82 years old Ho Is tho only survivor of President Jefferson Davis cabinet- MATRIMONIAL A girl was shot to death at Denver Col by a rejected lover Near Columbia S C u maD was murdered by his fcwcothcarta brother and his body thrown Into a river- A lonely Cincinnati man advertised for a who and sho came along In tbo ehapoofu bloomint widow and liv small children dangling at her heols He took em all In however Miss Aola M lhleyof Boioman Mont and J U Newell of Somerset were married by Ilov Gilbert Qiaos 01 Cynthlana at Louisville Tuiiday Miss Baby wa formerly a girl but her paronU moved to Montana a your ago and took her with them She and Newell had been sweetheart in Somerset and tbo old attachment Iiwasfinally she agreed to return and become his wife COAL SALT I will ham o my coal bins completed t Oct and will on hand threo ftnftfi itofto nercliinti by wagon lead nt a very 1m all margin Will continue to pay the lilclien prices Hickory Spoke Stavie and Hvndliif t Goods and Groceries at rock bottom prices Jive me a trial and I will save you monoy n n KINO MOUKIAKD Kv To Sell FarmsYou wnnt to drop an llscnicnt In the best inountat- newspaper which Is tho SorqerscL dour1O Two inches one month for 21 in advance K J OAMPOEIJ Manager Somerset Kv SEED WHEAT AND RYE I hive 1000 bushels of extra Rood see wheat and 300 bushel of excellent ryo for sale Call tifllSPO It PrkM reasonable MOItlUS FlIED Stanford ICy OLD MOCK WHISKY George D Wcathorford has a contract for tDLt Cosrnoij AUD SALB of Old Mock Wlila kf In Hustonvllle Ky C MOCK Danville ICy FARM FOR SALE Contain Its acres And U In a aplondU tate of cultivation On tho Black pike 2 i mile from llmtonTllle and IX from More land line on It a dwolllnffCf live room and good tenant house beside necewiary outbuildings Splendid orchard good and two springs Terms easy W WRIGhT Huntonvtlle Ky AN ORDINANCE To lteJu aDd Exclude Certain Terrllorr Kruni The i 01 1boonFry ad IJmll of the City of Stanford Ky City Council do ordain ic follows There IThe excluded from the present limits of the cl all of that territory outtlde of the following tine and loundirr towll Begin nlng at a alike at HunJIt yt catep t ties r rightofway the Loulirllle A KubTllle Kill ni4d thence oonliMU EJt 132 poles to North wrstcurnerofjohn ftrihl nd crnorotilailey In Goodnight line thence North HU bait 231 pole toMortnwwl corner of S J IiubiVi garden hence South Mtf1 189 pole to a itake on tbuuodary line od coo along silO line frolll thi center othe tan1ii nl rI Urebard turnIkeI tbence South East 18 78100 poles to a sick on boutli Ink of St Aiapha branch on land of iri U Shank thence South 71 Wett Ito pule to a stone in North ulintmcnt of bridge on the Stanford and Login Creek turnpike near the lot Ihrnn Mnulli U WI 12i 511 poleatoattaktatSoutheaitcornerof J S Hock eras Yard theuce utttb Wett pole to a take at southwest corner of 8 II llaughnun yard thence North Wt Vet Isl pole to a point In the Stafford and uttonrllte turnpike luka orthea torNirlbf t abutnnut of the brlrge ihtnte NortliW West poles to a ttakeln line of y ICout and the CPllteldlol thence Norm 9 1141210 poles to the beginningourner II Hundley Kan Rile pool Sail lines shall be contltue the iiiiit aol IotIiiI7ot the OHr ol SianforJ J Major LU 11UOUK3 Clerk BEAZLEY HAYS UHDEBTASEBS IJIIALEIlllIIf Furniture Mattiu gsRugs And Wall Paper Theywill Exchange Furniture lor all of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JG+ 1YcGLMY UWDBBTAKBE Manufacturer and Dcaloar In 2ASNSSS SADDLBBT0 itaufordKy0 GUS McCORMAOK Is n oanillilnto for Amateur ot Lincoln roun ty stiujpot to tho nrtlon of tho iloiaorratlc JlBtIGEO A EUKANKS Is a camllilnto for Jailor of Lincoln subject to the netlon of till democratic party J 3IES T JONES U a oandlilata for Jailer of Lincoln oonnty Mibjoct to the action of the Uvtnoeratlc par ty 1VJII IANDGRAF Iii a diinlldntc for Aaesaor of Lincoln couif tv subject to democratic action THAKJES if WRIGHT hi a eanilMuto for Aseoror of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of till democratic jMitly FIRUFUIIs a onnilldnte for Jailer subject to the no thou of the democratic party He solicit your supportJOUN C PEPPLES CoutIparlyI1LUEGRASS SEED goodIiqirwfOr yot hey U U DUNN Mr HitltM Kv FINL FARM FOR SALE I L1rl W Login aim of IM seers of No i il nlng Inrk land It for isle rlr lrlr H ha ii uUa ipltndM two story lirltk large IM barn goot orchard sol nrury out tcatiittul5tchaj rUIII liwitei all Staoford A Mitiie andIable InTMlnitnt ForSaleOrTradelTwo MillIniMwtr lluWrlrclloD engine Arc yeses old out lIIIIwonoldperfect order Terwrub WJ DanA Ls- IerryllleK7 TWO FARMS FOR SALE 111lIlrlulolymtXrom Crab Oreha d Ky This farm U tip rltdlilollthalanre acres la upland anti well adapted to torn hrlrkiweliingIrreatone water at the door two Jeto1 tenement bouiea new Urn coil all neotaarj oulLulldlap with plntjr ol gool fmlt aol an abundanri of stock wa er mike this the nia1 ilnlraM law In thlaend of lbs county CratOrchard oulrab Orchard Spriniri All In raw with argeatock barnani an aUindanra of water with olibllOroodAlso a nlft 11101 ln Stanford Ky r on Lanes er itrvct wlihrndcUUrn atlaihed or lurthc aiIrrII Ky Drs SIavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will lx In Danrllle andFrIiayIhUlln Stanford TnnUri Tbnrnlayt and Sat IIuifScS OSTEOPATHY Thfi Science originated and rletelopnt by Itr T Still of Klnitllle Mo depend on the principle of Anatomy aol Ihytlology tot lit re suits It requires no bUbo no drug no rubbing surgesi operatIons anti claims hung supernatural 4teviathy ylewanian aaa machine ofo many part Its keynote It adjoitnient When sit part are properly aJJuilcU and not overworked health It the result ervouiProstrstlonCatarra Weak Eye Uranulaleil Lid tolire uailpatIoiillrach and Intestinal trouble lieaMaoIionrs and JoIOIItiscialtykree IVmiultatlou FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horao anil Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager ii WI PARKHILL M D HOMEOPATHIC PSTSKIAIT Dr Iarkhlll baa hilt 20 years experience In the general practice of offer hi services to the public of Stanford and vicinity SpecIal attention given to chronic etens Ufllce oppoelto Court llouao over lIeazley lira Livery Stable Office hours from i to p You Want The Truth And you get It In the TwceaWeek CourierJournal DemocraticIn Published every Wednesday and Satur day 101 papers one year for 50 CENTSTho TwlceaWeek Courier Journal Is the equal of many dallies and the superior 0 allothoi papers It prints more real news more good clas matter more good stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Sat urday A good commission to agents Sainplu copies free on application WrlW tt Couincn JoniiNAL Co Louisville Ky By A Special Arrangement You can get tho Semi Weekly Interior Journal Ard the TWICBWEEK COURIER JOURNAL Jloth One Year For ONLY 125Till is for cath subscriptions only All suotcrlptloni under this combination offer must be soot through the IIn loll JOCIINA office THE ENDIs Fast Approaching With untiring cnurgy on our pat anti tho Increasing liberality anil geherosUy of our pitrous wo are about to close one of tIme most successful seasons wo liavo nown In Stanford Wo fully appreciate the Immense volume of bustneia tlmt CVerIbron given us We are fooling good over It anti are anxious to extent to our who have so olosoly stayed with us not only verbal thanks but oninetlilng tnoro Muntlnl For tholr benefit wo have knifed every thing to the bottom Take those bargaltiR during the next few tlays Read These Bargains Wo again have n line of Cnllco that we will toll you 10 yards for 33o- Vo vrll alto put on sale his lirgont hl monlof Stnnilnnl Calico ovar biought to Stanford Though wo lose money you can have tho beat of brands at Lndlns Kxtrn tong Fnit Itlnok Soatuluxs Hose worth Ifjc eVirywhorc go at So A line lit Immense bargains In Phlrt WaUtl Choice IUa Infants Past DUck 35o quality Hose at ICo Ladies nieaclied Itlbboned Vest good values at ICoj special gc READYTOWEAR GARMENTS Q2olloyt80cMens1103S ioc- f Notions and Furnishings J Boxes wire hIrpifi WM lie 50IjicnVII Shirtwaist go tlllw week for ggc Suit of Mens IJ lbrlCT n underwear J14 4bc IDeMensMeni 48olenjmlent oliutic seam Drawers worlh 76c go for only 4Sc lMenVgood working Shirt light or dark In color r 0 25o Icna Uundrlfd Drew Shirts 480I BIG BARGAINS IN SHOES 4SeIadlelVl sizes LdIics tan or black Oxfords 46 KhsMenttLouisville Store SHLINCER BROS PRORS T D RANEY MGR LADIESDo ieest hineShoes In town You will find them Superior iii For ServiceCt7And second to none for style SEEFALLSTYLESCunmins S S S ssa S SS S S S a I CLEANUP On SALE I Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers Swint Bargain see our BAUGAIN COUNTER S W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Kyl41 ItIL B M9fiW3ERTS DRUGGIST J Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost every kind rBeautiful line descriptionOlllce J A ALLEN CO Contractoxs 6nd J3uildexs CSTANFORD KY oorl5albcut Posts Ac We maka estlmatoson nnyklud of work wauted Ofllco opposite Dr L II Cooks i ii THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD Kv SUIT 7 igoo f 0 WALTON BUHINEBS MANAGIU THE boat mutcrltilB combined with caro skill and accuracy InHiiru good results No aro ever used In our proscription work Pouny Drug Store PERSONALSJMIt JC MoCLAHV Is MltB T P UILL U quite sick WILL SKVBUANOB Is In the oily buy lug geode LITTLII JOSIK HitAOV la very of typhoid mulurlaB- OIUV to tho wlfo of J Roy D BOlo of MlddloBboru it ton Mil O W VANUHVKHU la convaloa cent of malarial favor Mnra MAUY VAHSON U secloK after her coal lands In WhlUoy- MKB JOSHlil flAttuiN of Corbin U with Mrs K U Caldwoll Miss BLLA MAY HAUNDHUS U visit ng friends ai Hurbourvlllo WILL AND OOULTHlt WlllTB are taking In thu Liberty fair MRs LUMSII SMITH ol Richmond U vlaltlDjr Mr Woodlu llatir MISS LUIA MAY Uitooi of Dan vllloi la with Mill Luna Bruce Uu WILKINSON ban boon laid up a week with a boll oo one of his foot Mild E D STOVKU continues qulto Ill at her father Mr O n Hopper DIt D E 1liocTOU wrltoa ui to change his paper to DeLand Fla from Quail MISS flALLlB UOCKKH of Kansas City U with MUt Fannie Shanks and other relative hero MRS ELIZA IOUTMAN who his been with hqr daughter Mr II R Url- abttat Ml Sterling II visiting frleodi llBVB S M IlANKlN and S M Lo Ran and Mr J n Iaxtonnro attending Presbytery at Bethel church In Taylor county MHH GKOHOK A MclloiiKUTS and Ml Pearl Burnnldo ito to Lancaster today to visit the family of Mr Joseph Burnilde Da WOODS OdiLVlKvltltcdhli aunt Mr J C Hay before leaving for Princeton to locate for the practice of medicine Mil J M WAIIK wife and daugh ter are attending the Ohio State PairI at Columbu and will visit at Dayton before returning MRS W A TituiliLK and Jame Plokott arrived from Maton county yesterday where they have pent the summer with Mrs Trlbbloa parent IT watt a high compliment to lion P M MctloborU to bo attuned to the lolecl committee to coo lder election bill and ahowt that ho atatda well at Frankfort Mil AND MKB H F GOOD returned from a vide to relative at Bradford villa yesterday accompanied by Mr and Mrs W T Ward of Fayolto who are DOW their cuoiti Oil T M LKVIS II preparing to move to Mr J T Ilarrla1 placo MrI Ilarrl will move to the EArp place and J W Perrln will move to bll ownI place vacated by LowlIMR G M SMITH of East liernitadt who has been at Joseph Price Infirm err for six wooke returned homo Wednesday a now man Ho had boon a tulTorcr from rheumatltm DR A M CAttiKNTKR who W81I born on the farm which Mr J F CuabI now owns le bore from Su Lout visiting Dr J G Carpenter and other relaI tire Ho founded tho Barnes Medical University one of the most noted In tho West and is principal of It PIMVATB WILLIAM F MARTIN Co L 87th Infantry was wounded Aug 24 In a skirmish In the Interior of Luzon Ho enlisted at Huatonvllle and his- nearest relative It MrI Maria J Cra yens Yosemite Mr Martins picture recently appeared In tblt paper Mil THOMAS DALTON has aToronto Can Globe lolling of the sudden death of hit brother Inlaw A E Mor eon Lees than 10 daytago Mr Dalton took supper with him at Toronto when he seemed to be In the host of health Mr Morton conducted a real estate In surance and brokerage business and was quite well off LOCALS Till best on earth la a Elanan Shoe Jp Jonesitf SEE G D Farris it Co before buy lag your whealdrlll Como In Monday TUB stores are now open at night the 7 oclock closing hour agreement having expired t IF your organ need tuning cleaning or repairing Write your troubles toe C Waters Danllle IyitStanford first nine will cross 1Tilt the Crab Orchards on their this afternoon tacksWE need our wheat eo send them In at once If you dont expect to pay for them J II Baughman CoI In the Bulllit circuit court a Jury awarded J M Carothers damages for 15000 against the L N for the death of Mrs Carothers In the GapIn Knob wreck last Christmas t TUB signal service prevaricated like n canine Tbo backbone of the hot spell sea not oven slightly fractured much loss broken Tho nights are l little cooler but tbodavs are still boll Ing hot THE Courier Journal says that the Southern U behind the scheme to build tho Chesapeake ds NasbjlHojo DanvUlo ovldontly Irotn whlab the survey WIll ruotboulh- It MoKinney nut get closer to may us It U said luat the road will bo ullt very soon t zr DOUGLAS shoes for gentlemen Cum miss tS McClnryitSires tho latest In felts Mrs ltlrb and Miss VandeveeritLION Orin M JAMHB of Marlon will speak ut Danvlllo Monday FlFTliWN new dasfgnft in ohambor total 8176 up G n Farris tV Cue WKAII Ilanaiia Shoos and end that trouble with your fet J P Jonts it ABSOimiiiNTof colors in Crape Tis sue Just received Craig k Uockdr WB are headquarters fai coal hay corn outs uOll all kinds of rood J U Uunghman A Co Disc aregoing cheap Dont want to carry thom over Thrue high priced bugglof ut cost W A Carson A IIAILOON In good condition fell a tho homo of Mr It G Collier near Crab Orohurd recently It must have been sent up from KIngsvllla bHlTBMliUU r 22 le lastday for HI lag ulnlmc road plko or other kinds against tho oountv Ijo claims will be tiled after that data G B Cooper clerkeFBVHlt =Dr 0 ootells us that there are five ousoa of typhoid favor In the Wuvneiburg and six In the Kings vlllo neighborhoods There Is only one hero COMMiTTliB MHKTINO The mom bora of the democratic county commit too aru called to moot at Stanford In lion Harvey Holms office at 10 A M Monday Sept Oth John W Holmes Chairman IN the council mooting late night I M Bruce was elected councilman In tbo place of J S Hundley who docsot live In town since the boundary has been contracted J H Penman was elected city assessor- OlLUKUTAND PRICEA great crowd will doubllei hear our excellent Con gressman George G Gilbert discuss tbo Issues lo hit eloquent way hero next Monday ut 110 District Elector Price will also address the people Louts LANDIIAM of tho Lancaster Record Is disgusted wltb tbo frequent closings of the po tolllco on account of holidays which la a great annoyance to the people and presumes the next move will be to olo e on wash day TUB Lincoln County Medical Society convenes at Uuitonvlllo next Tuesday 1 paper on Etiology and Pathology of the various forma of malarial fever will bo read by Dr L B Cook and the dlognoela and treatment by Dr W J Bdmlslon HUSTONVILLK twill a cutter wltb mo from The Globe Tailoring Co of Cincinnati the 2ht and 22d Come and see the bUilt line for the least mon ey ever brought to Huttonvllle and let me make your fall suit and overcoat A J Adam TAKING IIEIt TIMEMr R G Col liar tell ua that he had a cut to give birth to a kitten some tlmo ago two weeks afterward she had two more and several days later a single one came This wonderful kitten story may be continued In our next as Mr Collier tells ua the la liable to do most anything Tim school attendance Jumped up to 125 Tuesday and Is still climb uIIthlnlng since ho has been hero and ho takes It as an evidence that the patrons pleased with his work The three rooms of the building have been reno vated and ropuporcd and now present a most attractive appearance Prof WinII frey would like to all his come and see his methods and note the Improvements ROIIUKD A respectable looking man named Morrison and claiming to be a post ollieo detective from Indian apoll camo hero u tow days ago and proceeded to tank up on bug jnlco It soon got him down and be was flood Continuing to look on the wino while It was red ho was again arrested and that time ordered to jail Shortly after his Incarceration Mr Dora Elliott of Mlddlobun came for tbo bursa and buggy that Morrison bad come hero in and Judge Carson told him if ho want ed to ho could take Morrison with him which bo did When Morrison arriv ed hero he bad S375 but when ho left ho could show only 92240 and the supposition Is that ho was robbed Mar shal Newland says he Is on to the robber and will soon land him behind tbe bars ALLEN HILL Stanford coon seems to bo In for It When the colored ex torsion was bore froo Louisville last Sunday weok F R Owsley who runs tbo elevator In tho Courier Journal building came to Stanford to see his sweetheart acd In order to bo euro of looking well brought two suits of domes along As bo was about to start homo and while his back was turned somebody grabbed his package and made oil In the darkness with It Ows cy wont homo disconsolate but Allen appeared last Sunday dressed In a de coat suit of clothes and as It is known that bo tolls not neither docs ho spin suspicion was directed at once to him Tho Loutsvlllo darkey was notified and no camo at onto and Identified the clothing which was a dress coat a pair of punts two shirts und cull buttons- A bicycle pump was also found that be longed to Owsley but tho 31 in money that was In the clothing had disappeared Hill was tried before Judge Car son yesterday and tho proof bnlng over whelming against him ho was held In 8200 to the circuit court Too value of tho propoaty was fixed at 82080 which makes the olTenso a penitentiary one so Allen Is pretty taro to go up the road EVKKYIIODY who knows Clarence Woodi of Richmond knows that hey oould never have boon Induced to tike human life oxcopt under the greatest provocation for while brave an n lion hu IB in ovary respect as gentle 118a woman und as uu verso to personal con filets Wo know he must fool keenly tbo fact that a fellow mans blood Is upon his hands oven though ullv con solotu that hi noted only In his noccs nary self dcfonto for no savage thought over entered his mind or daslro tp pa redo as u man killer On the contrary no man hat a greater horror of man slaughter and we sympathize with him deeply und feel for all upon whom Judge Tlptons death falln heavily TUB LIIIHKTY Fun A crowd ostl mated as high as 8000 attended the Casey county fair at Liberty yovtarduy oxtrepresented both by people and stoCK and it good share of tho bluo ties went to thorn The Liberty band U furnish log tho sweetest of music everybody lion his Lust behavior and a good titan generally Is being enjoyed Besides the I J representative tno Columbia Newt Columbia Spectator and Dan vlllo Nliwa each had a man on tho ground shaking hands with tho dear peoplo Following are u few of the awards Rockaway horse or mare C P Brown combined horse Dodd k Skinner Casey trot P W Napier plug horeo race Os Bowman cow any ago T L Carpenter bull ono year and un der T L Carpenter bull ono year and over E R Powell roadster stallion mare or gelding Dodd Skinner first W S Purdy second and W S Dryo third boy rider Herbert Warriner girl rider Miss Lou Woodson lady rider Mrs to C Brown fat man rider prom lam divided between J C Coulter and Os Bowman prettiest boy baby R J Foster prettiest girl baby John Brown Mr and Mrs C H Curter of Lincoln got second on their twins phaeton po ny James Glboncy first and Len Shan nun second stallion or gelding Dodd l Skinner mare over three years J W Given mare three years Len Shannon mire two and under J P RtlTe trotting mulo J C Brown running mule Geo Tate trotting race McAllister Bros first Cunningham of Mercer second A Taylor county man won tbe running race with Oi Bowman second Mcma F P Combcst president and A P Young secretary are filling their oQlces most acceptably asl Chat Montgomery tbo clllclent assistant secretary CIT1 OF MACKINAC ABOARD STrAMt1t OKTHAT NAME EN ROUT TO TIm CITY OK SAME NAME Our train on the Q S C was a little behind time but by getting move on himself tbo engineer got us to Cincin nati on schedule time The C H 1 D was crowded to Ibe doors but tbo CuptCbarloly giving ut teats in a Pullman and otherwise favoring us We left Cincinnati with only five coaches but there were 16 when we got to Toledo and they held S08 people who were the blackest sot I ever saw I havnt got the cinders out of my eyes yetCrops are looking finely in Ohio and the titles along the lino I camo over aro apparently prosperous with many manufactories busy stores and handsome residences On arriving at Toledo we boarded the handsome steamer City of Mnokln ao The state rooms und parlors had been engaged so wo had to sit up and sleep till we got to Detroit when we went to a hotel and paid 250 for lodg log alone Detroit Is a beautiful city of 335000 inhabitants It Is the metropolis of Michigan and most advan tageously situated for business and a great deal of It Is done there The steamer City of Macklnac Is the finest thing of the kind I ever taw It Is richly furnished and beautiful in side and out Mrs Alverson Is enjoy log tho lako voyage greatly and we both hope to be greatly benefited by the trip Wo will not reach Macklnao till Thursday noon After staying there a few days wo will go to Sault St Marie Petosky and other points of Interest and possibly to Dulutb Minn Tho music and the faro on the steamer aro splendid a meal fit for the gods being furnished for 60c There are 600 people on board many being pretty girls but not as pretty as the blue grass belles It Is Impossible for mo to describe the beauty of our moon light ride on the lake last night Tho waves looked like blocks of silver and as they tumbled over each other was a sight worth coming to see We aro near Port Huron Mich now whore I will matt this J M ALVEUSON EXONERATEDYWOODS ALL RICHMOND SeptOI am spending this week In Madison county the birth place of my father and mother the home of my kindred The Imrression made upon mo by tbo onfortunato death of French Tlpton at tho hands of Clarence E Woods must be of nom Interest to the people of Lincoln among whom they both have many friends I have never seen a people more deeply grieved over a misfortune of this kind than the people of Madison but all agree that Tipton whom they all loved deeply erred when ho struck Woods when Woods was not at all award of hU presence and such I learo was Tlptons own statement He died the victim of an Impetuosity that few Kentuaklana tot erate and nono of his friends attempt to Justify I have not heard a ref ee Lion upon the good name or good char actor of Tipton or Woods and this only acorns to load tbo hearts oflthelr frend with deeper sorrow and 1 can truly say iL RQYI 4bsoIuie1y Pore Made from most highly refined and healthful ingredients Assures light sweet pure and wholesome food Housekeepers must exercise care in bak powders to avoid alum Alum pOwders aresold teap to catch the but alum is a poison Its use in food seriously injures health ROYAL BAkING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK the friends of ono appear to be the friends of the other It was one of those old Kentucky misunderstandings run to seed I have beard It stated that some one was huntlrg Wooes not Tipton however was how tV happened to be armed Woods bon of 85000 U said to represent uc agree gated wealth of over u million dollars Circuit court la now In session and Woods Is said to be ready for trial at the present term and asks the fullest Investigation J H MILLER LAND STOCK uu CROP5 IC Twentyseven nice yearling cattle for tale S M OwenllitWilkinson 1 White bought of Eph Godbey a bunch of vearllm lUiliJ- 7f W Lyon sold to lD Sims of Lebanon three twoyear mules at 1100 Charles Luyir who was at Harrods bUrg court Monday tells us It was the dullest in months Hugh Bell of Onto bought of 101 Reid 110 lOOOpound cattle ut lie fur October delivery Will sell at auction Monday next court day three good brood mares and mule colts W H Dudderar A mule overturned a bee hive at Til ford Jones In Madison and the little animals stuug him so severely be died In a few hours G G and J C Hamilton sold to Si moo Wclhl of Lexington 201 export cattle average weight 1401 pounds a- tilcIt Sterling Sentinel Cobb d Lillard will sell their Short horn and double standard polled Dur hams at auction Oct 5 Col R E Edmoneon will be auctioneer Lutes L Co bought of E P Carpon tor 20 export cattlo for Oct 15 delivery at 5c and sold to J C Lynn U 150 pound hogs for Sept 15 delivery at 4Ic George Uurrron bought 225 stock ewes ol Monte Fox last week at 83f 0 Joe Cotloy of Mllledgovllle sold 75 tons of bay last week at 50o pjr cwt Danville News O E Baker of Ohio bought 01I Thomas Meta llr 1200pound cattle at Do of S J Eoibry 13 1000 pounders at 4jo and of Dr Hugh Reid 15 1100 pounders ut41cR- ICHMOND COURT A number of mules sold at tOO to 8120 horses sold from ISO to 8120 The cattle market was up to the standard with prices ranging from 4 to 5 cents Ullmax T D Chesnut sold 10 NIc Perkins of Garrard a bunch of pound yearling cattle at olio Hud to Iki Dunn of Garrard a bunch of 300pound cattle at 833 Ho alo sold U D N Prewltt a lot of 70lb lambs at 4o W W Goa dard of Mercer will clear i7I1 on n liveacre watermelon patch Advocate BOUIIDON COLLKUE FOR YOUNG IADIK This college will open on dnoilajr Sept Illh In fads Ky Prof 1 ti the 1reil leernhigInthe itrttt with a liroid liwn drtTwayi and walks U Ii beautiful sight a you rnicr the grounds dotted here and there with largo form lintThe iMilMliiR contains thirty room tor harder room chap L firth rcwmi and everylconvenience tint cuuld ba desired Fur a building the rooms Ire the bandfcimwt furnlihrd we haveseen end there Is an electric light In each Thomioa liai lifted neither mnnryer ptlnt to wale this the most attraclrn oillnja In the State aid certainty hu iuccce led In doing sot Another ticket was launch ed at New York Wednesday wueu Sun ator Donelson CalTuryol Louioluuu wan named for president and Archibald M Rowe of Massachusetts for vice president The platform opposes imperial ism and favors the 3 Low RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAIL WAY Soutnorn railway announces rate of ouo fare for the round trip to following points from all stations In Kentucky To Sdelbyvllle account Shelby county fair tickets on sale Augi 2929 30 and 31 good to return until Sept Ii to Shelbyvllle account color ed fair tickets oo solo Sept S Band 7 good to return until Sp to Losing z s con tickets on sale Sept 11 12 13 14 and 15 good to return until Sept 17 Southern railway only line having three dully trains between Louisville Shelbyvllle and Lexington For fur ther Information apply nearest agent Hdville Ky TOWN PROpeRTY FUll SALE Idr lretosail prlaelythe rwlJcnc I now oo eufj ou Cutoff St The house li a new welt llodernIIrle1IllInl Routing pasture for hunts and rows rfeedralnagolhrr rroJMTf ouiliulldln Only two hued orddtanford Ky FOR SALJ2 Ott RENT IlanIIIPCrrISilOnrHORN BULLS I shorthornbullung stock of Lout tex nuliject to riri r that I ofRteolhers Genseng Wanted rieneengviiilsopierloultrycoilegg IIOOSIiBK DRILL With Fertilizer Attachment good as now forsnlc If not sold before It will be sold at unction count v court day Sept loth It R OAIxrs walnut I lilt Ky- SCLKBAK J4PAL 1S TAn AT AUCTION highestbidder Monday Sept xotli 1900 Vinnty Court day In Stanford 30 or 40 shares of Lincoln County National Bank Hiock iiiv 6 Koom IlcaldcnCM In Rowland Itywith good barn anduther outbuilding Hid iSturuhoUHO In Uowlund Kv 31 f ct high and two stories A splendid lo cation 1Dsosslon given at once Call If you wUli to see the property or write If you desire a fuller description vxgMs One thlyd cfbl balance In one and two years ISAAC HAMILTON Rowland Ky a BICHLA1TD Tho 500Acjrc Farm of tho late S W Qivoae ST For Salo Livo Stock On Wednesday Sept 12 1900 At 10 on tho premises known ns the 8 W Givens farm wo will sell at public prepertyrTboKnob Lick n station on ho L t N It and on the Stanford l Shelby City pike flvr ShelbyOilyoading produce kc Is well watered with s ponds and tho Knob Lick creek running entirely through tho placeaAll of the land with tho exception of 73 acres lain grass und tho place U know s wing ono of the fluent stock forms lu he State Every aero of It can bo cultivat s ed and all of It will bring xpltmdld return uulldlugcolltulnlnjrI rood tutu of repair und muller lu build Them aro sal necessary outbulldlum Also 100 acre of good Knoii find At tho same time will sell 6 Shorthorn cows 2 Jemuy cows vourllnp red heifer yearling steer as ewes piilr orIwork mules work horse 4y rid com Lined mare Svvorold Butluio mare binder S mower hay rake cultivator and plows roller wiiron succor S sets of buggy harness household and kitchen fur wilt also soil excellent Victor Stock Scale iron now This sale is made for a division of the ci tatooW OIllMKSlroncheruvlllei It W GIVENS Rubble Write eIther of the above or call on S W Given or A O T Smith Adjoining the placeCapt English Auctioneer IlJx TO WHOM IT MA Y CONCERN I My official term of four yours as President of the KY OROWKHS IN3UK ANCE COMPANY expired on the 21st day of the present month and I am- iNO a LONGER CONNECTeD With said company in any other official capacity J E DEMit SUPBRIOR GRAIN DRILLS Are Still In The Lead Ja Buy it and youOwill make no mistake Also the Miama Valley Fertilizer We have been using this for several years with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY TRUNKSTelescopes Hand Bagsa Trunks Irma 20 to 88 inches PRICES 150 to 10 Kl Telescopes 16 to 28 inches 50c to 150 HAND BAGSAny Size and Quality JHo alp MlEMJBfflJRTS il J1 tJ rL i1 liit Ti Zzo zi Z T itjJfJ fJf I BIG I 1 PreparatiollsFot I I J r ttj IFNewGoods I 1 Are arrlvlngdtUI We will hive for your Inspection New Dressii Goods Silks French Fannels JCslplcr Shoes for Women and Chil lootiriCOME AND SEE USIFor your Fall needs The quality and price will i SEVERANCE n iOpposite Court llotikv IoWi tJ The time Is at hand when you must beginto think of YOUR FALL OUTFIT I r Nothing adds more to a ladys appearance than a nice fitting glovj aid to get the best results you should have them titled bran experienced hand We do this and at the same time sell the t8t1 and 1150 glove ever offered for the money Fall Dress Goods Are already selling with us Wo were the Ural In this locality to get en Fall Impor tations find wo aru now showing sums of the best things that will be offered during the coming season Our KlrtiinelcUa and Outings are in unusually pretty pattern j nd an early choice will wore titan please you 1Va have especially new thing In reversible skirt patterns novelties In shirt waist patterns a big lot of Plain Homo pun Handsome Urenuus Whip Cord Sc Iu fact wo are in good thane to supply all demands for up to date honest goods at honwt price No trouble to show them uotue and souvJOHN P JONES Stanford Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue toe lp MRS NANNIE Se SAUFLEY Pres Lryip IpI lJL JOURHALtlrp f Entered n the postofflce at Stanford at tecondclau matter pyhalaho4 u USay au4Fridaoe- q 1 PER YEAR ASH i When not op idffl3OO will a narwd KNOXVILLE DIVISION t i 21 Train going Nortb Nm sS a m M 4 2 a ta S U South N12 3a k in 23I IJ a2 P m For tllilolnu 1rKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION I No U ArrrlTM at Stanford at 1OS No Leaves Stanford at 210 No21 Artltti t Itowlind at 1200 DAT yott Laves Stanford at 230 u QUEEN do CRESCENT t Trains going South raw Junction City No 11224Noi Going South No l1IOMOlllor No 4 34SA No 11121 P I n l iis FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leave Frank fort at 050 AM 340 r V sod 11 connecting nt Georgetown with thnQ IAC Keturnlni leave Paris at u30 iud S40 reaching Frankfurt lcr connecting with Q AC trains at 1120 M710r and 911 p s The Utter train Ibarra for Oenriretnwn at 715 r J IL NEWTON U A SOUTHERN t RfllUflY tINKENTUCKY CortlDiri Sshdb Ie Effnt try M 1100 i ARTBOUND Ko L No I No 3 IiT LoulSTllVs 7iSmm lOOpnV 74Spm Ar SbelbyTlllo elOamj pm Sfficm tiArLa renoebg am 5pm D6pm Versailles laitao Ar Le nSn raiSaml rupmliasopra Taoakawe Nab Nol No 4 615amkAr 18renoebc sons 680pm 5Mitn 30amtr ARTDOUKIX WUTBOTJDU I Ko IS No MI BTATIOIfH INC Nail 400pm 745am LT xral Ill Vlr 740pm ia40am i 8IOamINo ISItNo871 BTATlbRS No 1MIN068 7eupmJICTlm laKam LT Venires Ar 7SP m JCCim 710pm 1110am Ar Midway LT 3Oam L4Jpm 740pm lL50am Ar Qeorxtn LT 700am Xtflpm iASTBODND WESTBOUND rn I tNo r oi746aml 400pmlLT TTlOliItNa5t 7 wr 1Qam 6hOptnnttLr fi pm ItKam 78pm Ar lttpm llSSpml 830pm Ar Rlellmnd t 105pm jAr nine Lvit6htat STJITIONS No l NoZ 1rotdavtlle tnam 141 Ar Ixsxlncten l04Samliapro Ar Knootvillo 7vupm 74Suai- ArvAsherilbo VIOam ltupta Ar Savannah 6lam 9tamrLT ChattlinOO4 tktpm rtSwm- Ar Atlanta Wats 2nSpmfit LT Cnattnnooea Ar lilnntaRhun 1006pm llVam Ar Meridian am tSOpm Ar New Orleans MOxm Xo S through sleeping car Loulirllloto lllr anlnsham via Lexington sod Chattunooca No b foee observation ehAlr car LoulivIlU to Islington free ot ervatloa chair rar Lexington M jN6xlolon fleeplnccar nirrolnghim to l All trash between Louisville Lexlnf loa and UnrFindilly Dctwecn Vcr nllles sod Oeortetowa Nos II and 16dally NoaCande5dsllyerceptSundsi- letwcen r Versailles Nleholasvlllg Rich mood and IrvlnaIAhy except Sunday iDally except Sunday Other trains dally rsa iww3d VP4OM j lot COIPT WachlnEton D a Washlnrton nO j WATciiitaPA WMUTATLOKAO 1A iWlloitoa D C Loulsvlllt Kf Cumberlana Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Fare better than ever Fishing season In full hlosi Dally harkMo and from nation i Lots of RtnuwmentA A inrtle Suniiner retort Write for catalogue and further pnrUo J ulars k J B OWENS1ou Inrkere Uko Ky A rIBETWEEN LOUISvilLE tiand CHICAGO t BEST LINE TO CaliforniaAND VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers li H UACON D PA V W Cur 4tU rend JlarJct LoulnI1r r Prohibition Platform City of Louisville State of KenI tvicky The Prohibition party of the Comunmon wealth of Kentucky in convention Toprescntcd on this the 21st tiny of August 1900uc knowledging Almighty God as the only true source and proper author fly of all just government accepts and adopts the National Prohib ition party platform ratified at Chicago Juno 28th last and further declares that no other issue or com bination of issues Federal or State flow before the American people is of so much importance to tho future wellbeing of our country as the di vorcing of Federal Government from and tho universal suppression of the beverage liquor traffic in those United States and Territories Second And that further no local laws however promising or popular backed by mtre local ma jorities can ever effectually sup press the traffic or materially retard its onward march to universal dour ination so long as our Federal government remains the preferred part ner and beneficiary in the legislative sponsor forJand tho civil and military protector of the business and continues to issue license to sell its liquors within prohibition territory in contempt of State laws and municipnlordinnnces Third Therefore with animosity toward none but equal love and sympathy for all we plead with ev cry vothr in this State to join with us in the and State issue for Prohibition FourthThe Prohibition party is heedful of tho rights and interests of women We favor equal and exact justice to all We demand equal pay for equal work and stand for the wisest laws suited to a free people in each and every county where floats the American flag for the protection of American homes against the evils of intemperance pestilence disease and aggressive war We call for the admission of women to wider spheres of usefulness and we deem their cooperation necessary in rescuing the country from republican and democratic mismanagement and misruleWe such an amendment to the present Constitution of Kentucky and wise revision of the elec tion laws of Kentucky that every citizen without regard to sox color previous condition of servitude who can read or write the Declaration of Independence of tho United States shall on attaining the age of 21 years he allowed an unrestricted ballot and such balot shall be turned in as cast FifthWe demand that laws b0 passed and rigidly enforced exclud ing from entrance to the United Slates those who cannot road no pauapers or SixthWe declare our unquali tied condemnation of the barbarous practice North and South or else where known as lynching or assas sinating human beings suspected or charged with crime without due process of law Seventh The ruling and uncompromising principle of Prohibitio- is the development of labor indus try temperance and the moral sense of do not unto others what they should not do unto us in Amer ice and thus by example enlighten the world and thus assist in ushering in tho reign of Universal Peace Eighth Resolved That as al just law has its origin in the will of the great common people therefore we declare in favor of such amend ment to the State Constitution or the State laws as will establish the initiative and referendum r AntiCanteen Testimony DEW UNION SIONALThc for lowing letter from my son who is an officer in the regular armymay be of interest to your renders as it presents an unbiased view of the canteen fjues tnmr My Dear tothcrI received tho papers that you sent recently with the editorial in favor of tho canteen I was surprised to be informed of what a menus of elevation it is to the sol dier to me it seems a demoralizing tMhbliihinent It i ui place where men learn to drink men who have never been regular drinkers a plnoa vhero tliosa confirmed in the hnbitof au t xils their Ifiloby the military nitiltoritiea makes it rn gpcctable and blurs the soldiers view nt the right anti wrtnig of the drink habit He is uncounted to drink its presence urged to it by his coni miles nud is then expected to control his enkindled appetite and keep Sober I have had no knowledge of those pure canteens that have broken up the outlying dives and doggeries which this iu rul iuetitution is recom mended for having seen canteens rather that encouraged wasteful ts drowsiness and bestiality I cannot make it seem befitting my prIJrwtorproprietor of the corresponding shop outside the fence ia cla as n lowdown barkeeper but 1 am a minister in an elevating and admirable philan thropy from every point of view foj the few ofliceis whom Mr declined to count in vaunting the un uniniity ot the support of the canteen by the army have the stronger tide in iliiioiinciiig Ihold fallacy of doing evil that good mny come Let the sol icitude expended upon maintaining n saloon as a nursery of virtue be direct ed toward Ipruhg the men toim nrvp tli fr htihler nature Ptuta py that supports trio canteen can he directed to rooting out the mantrapa in ncighbnrhondOur has the wealth and the goodwill to give tho soldiers meet ing places fit fo the class of men that we hope to get for soldiers mid free from that anteroom of infamy the Kiloon The ondlcss trouble that ill toxieation causes in army aid lllillistra tion is an argument most convincing- for a coming policy of ilcmanding total abstinence from our soldiers The change in the class of IUQII that we now enlist and tho intolerance of the man that is frequently sewn drunk is tho canto of the utiriruvonuinl in the tone of the army not the establish inent ot drinking places n still mot rigorous attitude towards this do gtrtictive vice should follow I have 80 men in my battery at present nail I can not imagine that one of them would be benefited by opening one of tho vivo entdicaton here and I should bo ashamed to toll them that I loped that they would come to it and drink for their own good and for tIle sake ofn dividen for their mess fund We have an tx change here but sell for drink only 5da water and oven that is not entirely satisfactory to me I do not like to see uteri spending dollars every monthon drinks of any kind when water is accessible and would lc much better for them GSStT As a loyal soldier cannot publicly criticise the orders of his superiors names are omitted Tlio Union Sig mil Charlies Story The family pledge hung ou the wall And ou it you could see- The name of Mamma and Mary Jane And Charlie that is mei We didnt dare to ask papa To write upon it too So lift a trace for him to fill Twas allwe dared to do KSf He saw the pledge as soon as he Came in the dooi that night And when we saw him rcadiugit It put us in n fright He did not say n word to us About the pledge at all But oft we saw him look at it As it hung upon the wall And every night when ho came horn Ho stopped and read it through We nil kept still about those words Although we know them true Four weeks lad passed aud then one night When papa came home to tea He took the pledge down from its nail And then he turned to me Go get the pen and inkmy buy And let me fill that space It looks so bore he slowly said A queer look on his face criedrShe staid it was fur joy And Jane she cried rome too I didntIml ahoy But papa says he did not drink Since that first night when wo Had hung that pledge upon the Mad Where ho our names could see And ever since that space was Idled tonightnThough dark may our room Cue corner now ia light The Bravest Battle The bravest battle that ever was fought Shall I tell you where and when- On the maps of the world you toil fiudl t not Twas fought by the mothers of men Nay not with cannon or battle shot With sword or nobler pen Nay not with eloquent words o thought From mouths of wonderful n But deep in a walled up woman heart Of woman that would not yield Hut bravely silently bore tsar part Lo there was the battle field No marshaling troops no bivuurc sou INo banner to gleam and wave IBut oh these battles they rage along babyhood to the grave Yet faithful still as n bridge of stars She fights in her wallejiip tjwn Fights on nud on in the endless ware Then silent unseen goes down 4 Ob yc with bannursnntl itshot And foldiun to shout I teUOU tho kingiicst victories lough Were fought in these iilailt ways Oh spotloa woman in n world of shame With a tplendid mid silent scorn Go hack to God as vliitoiu youbahib The kiugliet warrior born Joaquin Miller During the year 1899 the Amer ican people spoilt for intoxicating lift uors moro than a billion dollars The manufacture nt the liquors for which this money was spoilt lint the pro duction ofthe materials from which the liquor was manufactured gave erle ploymeut to 300001 men CUAMHKKLAINS OUQII UKIED A GREAT FAVORITE Th toothing and heallnc properties of this remedy its pleasant tastn and prompt und permanent cures have mile it n greM favorite trills ptllpleooryh o ft b especially prized liy mothers of siiinll children far colds croup and wliooplnt eongbas It nlwitys alTorili quick and tit II contains uo opium or r harmful d ug It tray ho given at confidently to u buby an IKHH nilnlt For snte by Craig lloukvr Druggists A lame shoulder Is allycnuted by rhenmHiliiUOf the uiuscltc anil may In cured by n few applications of hamber ll Pnn TJilm by rrIit hfv4rlisata Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 2 H000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus Have You Seenfa Sample of Our New Endowment Bond If nut write to tlio homo office for literature or cull on our nearest agent tar nn explanation of its terms and conditions H Some of Its Strong Points It rottmis fIj ami five per tout interest fottlio average time forienoh dollar paid in 2 Stock taken now will nil Lo matured In from eighteen to tweutyfour moral with a largo part redeemed In a much sliorturltlmo 3 It s matured ii consecutive order consequently all ooraent of chance ia ellniln ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner yon begin the sooner will your couponRbegn to mature For further information address A SMITIIUOWMAN Secretary J C lUttBV Local Agent Stanton Ky Lexington Ky rI You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Stare Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines State College of Kentucky The Agricultural ROIl Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the foiloning courses of ituJy via 9Nfi l Astricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Norinnl School Classical Mtchauiral JIngincorlng Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each ofwhich extends over four ycat and heeds to a degree Pn t graduate courses of study nre also provided Icndrtig each to n masters degree Each coutio of study Is organized limit r eepnraie faculty The general faculty number mote than SO pro fojsors iimlrticton County Bppointecs receive tuition room rent in dormitories furl and lights and if they remsin ten menthe traveling oxpcnrea The laboratories mid museums aro lingo welt equipped comprebenilve modern The lal Legislature appropriated t30IOO for college home for young urotnep and 30000 for thrill ball for men Hilary Isciif nd tits it in til J it ttd lii rid njijiid I J argils Graduiito trout the eve al courses of study readily find excellent po IUon and liberal remuneration The demand Is largely in excel of the ability ol the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 603 For eataogues method of obtaining appointment Inloimftllcn gilding courne of study and of ndiuiwion alI to JA V ES K PA1TEREON Ph n L L D PreslJont Or to V E MUNCY IltulncM Agent RFall Tcrmlfic ins Sept 10 1900 tIICeeQ Summer Excursions I The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk lines Pennsylvania Lines G R I Big 4 Route C II D expeditiouslZi Special Low Excursion RatesI 3 Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Quecn Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac 1 and all other summer retting places on Mountain Lake and Seashore- S iANew Ticket to Mackinac takemor I 8 Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered The famous resorts of the South arc also open now The sen t Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky and R hen a 0 8Spring Tenn promises to be the most successfulc cnovn 8 Queen II rent trains are palace o vel Through rulhaon U pon tallylJoln S all pouthern cities Iarlor otucrvatlou and chair ran from Chat tan e axle Atulla on day train Kreo reclining chairs from ehuunno t ou Bight tralni FM 0aotlMltrhtll U1 A Chattanooga TeIlD or Celt upon year nitet acetic I W J MURPIty Geueral JJanagcr 4L1NcnlaATlGB fi8 tit9ti ti t 6t38 ctiZLLE4GtitOv C OqoJjI 1 1 Idlc Iwlr fdie m l i i fA jii I Ii111u- t 1nAWN ftiDfllq JnoA pro 9ure j jnoji paDg t 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