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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALrY u ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDKY AT 1 A YEAR VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1900 9 A M NO fiG ld n u MARINDUKE ISLAND CAMP3ANTACUUZ July 20I tako tho liberty of addressing you in regard to my soldlor experience hoping that it will Interest your readers and Inform my friend that I am ttlll alive I have seen a great deal of the world since last July when I collated and have had enough exponents I think that with another year I should uo retired on full pay pension It cccms to mo that j the Improvement of the pouts In the line of doublo duty that no have gar risoned not to mention the holes no have dug goes far more towards civil- Izing tho Philippine Islands than tho Introduction of our KragJorgcnson ri lie which we have been drilled to han dIe with much dexterity Tho Southern War Dogs tim 20th Regiment WM formed nt Fort Mclher son Ga one year ego out of OS boys and rookies tho former constituting nbout onethird of the quota I left there on a grand trip across tho continent on the 2id of Sept 00 bound for Frlico thence to tho Philippines We took In San FrnncUco six days then boarded thoJColandla and went via Honolulu and within miles of the coat of China to Manila P I After landing In Manila on tho 2d of November taking one month and 10 days to make tho trip wo were march ml Immediately out to the line cnolrc ling Manila at a point known at La Loom Churob whore our headquarters i were taken up Wo relieved tho 38d Regiment mostly Texans who told us t some bloodcurdling n urloa about the Holoman all of which with being greeted by the oranlom mule of small arm from a point on the tin over to ward Cavil ae we dropped nnebor the previous night In Manila harbor wrought up our nervoa to the fighting pitch like n ipurrotf pony before tbeI raceThe Qrst night I stood guard on outI IKMI duty about J A t there was ring squadIon my Into the rainy blaek night expecting a skulking Quger to show up 10 paces away In the high grass nod rloa every minute until day Wo had ono corperI nl shot through a mistake while on this line tho serious aooldcnt DeI soon rccooredIOn the night of the Dec J8th we hiked out with Get Lawton In comI mand to take the town of San JllteOI 15 mile away The battle of San Ma too followed next day In which GoaI Lawton lost his life tbo details of which your readers are doubtless fImiliar with After the battle of S MI ray company F garrisoned Santa Me- a Hospital until the first of January when we were sent to garrison Corre gldor which lies in tbo mouth of MI r olla Hay 30 miles from Manila Corrcgldor Island Ia beautiful place There is a hospital there heroI they send soldiers who are disabled andI awaiting their discharge and trans portation to the States A light house and a native village of about or 800 Inhabitants besides the company II required w garrison It The Island conI alne about six square miles TheI southern channul entrance to the balI Is 12 ur 13 miles wide with none Is land a smaller one lying midway with tbe grounded U S S looker just off lu hew b nil In plain view from C IIas Isleo the coast of Luton L The northern channel the one the trans porif puree thnnib Is six miles wide The woods are full of fruits and birdI the mountain are covered with beI same trtw and bushes that the lowlands pre and Is altogether a pleattil pUctt We passed monblj tbirv when we were relieved bv Co- P of the 2tst regulars Tbe natives and tho people of the hospital turned out and gave us a hearty farewell We proceeded to Laco Barracks Manila the present headquarters hr the 29th Regiment There we awaited transportation to Sent Cruz MarloI duke Island 250 miles further South wo being the first U S troops to jZOI there a place swarming with TalaluI on the war prtb On the 3d of Juno wo loft Paco and marched down to the dock Pasted the Correl which wee quarantined asacuso of bubonic plague had been discovered among the Chinese workmen a day or two before and pasted through the section of Manila known as Wall City wherotis said 00000 Catholic priests have sought refuge from tho perils of cruel war It is a veritable city of walls with scarcely any doorways or cntrano ot We hoarded the small ocean steam er UruiUH sad after 18 hours steam down thu West coast of Luzon with Ml sorts of scenery we landed on lobo west coast of Marlndukt just before sun down on the 4th m a place called Baao There being a Riirrlson our captain went ashore to converse with the cap tutu In charge After his return wo put out for our destination on tho other sldo of the Ulxnd which Is about 30 miles square We dropped anchor In the shallow harbor of Santa Cruz about 10 A M the next day Juno Gib about a mile from shore being us near as the boat could come Tho captain with or 75 men Immediatelywent shore and landed up a small stream about two miles from tbe bout nt the dock Wo saw a few Queers with guns but at tho eight u r lied to the mount iln wlth iuit 10 ns a shot Tho natives hero appear to bo of tho best typo of Filipinos peaceably die posed and fanatically religious They stlak bamboo jrosscs In tholr fields There Is a Catholic church presided over by a native priest Thorn has not been a shot fired since coming here al though tis said that there nro 200 or 300 armed Iniurrectors In the hills Wo aro expecting an attack at any moment We hiked out 15 miles onto but couldnt find them We havent lost a single man from our company yet from any cause what ever nndlhov are In the best condi tion that could bo expected Marlnduko has a Mob soil with all sorts of tropical vegetation lias a fine topography with mountains covered with banana and coconnut trees and beautiful valleys of tbo same with cot fee growing wild and some fine timber We hope to bo home In a few months A II BitATTON McKINNEY After nearly two months wandering mostly In tbo Suite of Caseywe aro homo again brlelly and will drop a line to the I J hoping to remind its renders that our metropolis not only still on tho map but away up In the newspapers We arc a shifty thriving people Since our departure from this business center on the 17th of last July many Important changes have been made of which tbe hungry read talC public has not been Informed Now In these days of campaign litera ture when the nlrleg of politicians In more Indulged a than the elucidation of questions about which tbuy wrangle almost anything Is appreciated for n change A few hems under tbe head ofRural AdvwiUeoienu sometimes prove refrwshlog matter when placed alongside the campaign rot that- cede Us way Into some newepapora 0 for a purer iwople that we might bate a purer press and boor country Vlll Thurnao a respectable young colored man died of flux hero Saturday The depot here wa broken into a few night ago but the thieves scour little booty for their trouble It Is bJfecl that the right parting have been spotted and further developments may result In arrests Mr Lew True of the firm of Cock Ing ft True merchants hero who wont to Falmouth on business and got down with typhoid fever several treats ago expected homo some time this week Ulbert Moore and Miss Lulu Uaugh are sick In bed and fears aro entertained that typhoid Is their disease Mrs Dave Allen continues quite fee ble Miss Ethel Gooch went to the Joseph Price Infirmary Monday for treatment of granulated sore eyes with which she has been suffering for more than three years liar vision Is almost gone but It Is hoped that the skill of that Institution will be able to restore her to health ugaln Tbo Misses McIntosh have moved back to Mlddleburff Marry Crutch field has moved Ins the property formerly occupied by Jacob Hummclsteln the corner of Main and Stanford streets J W Gooch and wife of Klngtvllle visited their daughter Mrs W D Uooch Messrs B D Simmons J K Helm and h Tuttle were calling young lady friends here Sunday Miss Bertie Hagan of ii visiting Miss Florence Tanner Probably the most Important event In this young ladys life was her uniting with the church at Turnersvllle since her arrival here Miss Eflle Gooch left Tues day for St Louis Mo expecting to be from home about a year Among the recent changes wo note the purchase of tho Commercial Hotel by Ora Goocb and his sisters Misses Belle and Alice for which they paid 11000 They took possession Monday Tbe building and premises will be thoroughly renovated and the property made to look Inviting to the traveling public C L Crow who has occupied the building for the past several months will move to Dan Christophers property on Leo street Elmer not Edgar Gooch a brother of Ore has bought a half Interest In the livery table here and will seek to accommodate the guests of the hotel and others with the best of rigs and drives D S RUT and J Lamb continue to Improve their property Dr W L Lowder MoeoColTey and A B McKlnney have added much to the beauty of their promises on Main street by the removal of rickety paling and tbo erection of good fences W R GOOCH SLow RATES VIA SOCTHKHN RAIL WAY Southern railway announces rate of ono fare for the round trip to following points from all stations In Kentucky To Shelby vllle account Shelby county fair tickets on sale Aug 2S 20 30 and 31 good to return until Sept to Sholbyvlllo account color ed fair tickets on t alo Sept 5 0 and 7 good to return until Sept to Lexing ton ticket on sale Sept 11 12 13 14 and 16 good to return until Sept Ii- Southern railway only lino haying three dally trains between Louisville Shulbyvllle und Lexington For fur ther Information apply nearest agent Southern Railway or write to Win H Tayloo Asst Gen Pass Agt Louis villa Ky The Junction gruuud lIIClI opened with 150 pu sp LETTER FROM HOWARD BRUCE INTERESTING THINGS AROUND UOSTO t UKSCIUUED One of the largceiand most Interest Ing suburbs of Boston is Cambridge not only famous as the scat of Harvard University but full of historical liter ary und scientific associations The poetry of Longfellow Holmes and Low oil hue touched with the light of go nine some of Its streets bouses church es and burial grounds and made famil iar to the Imaginations of thousands of persons who never saw them tbe beau tiful Charles river marshes and bridg es It adds to the Interest of any place that famous authors havo walked Its streets Rod written of Its trees birds and meadows The streets aro shaded with stately oaks and magnificent od elms but tho one of special Interest Is Washingtons Elm at tbo juncture of Garden and Mason Streets A iharble slab Is erected hero with these words Under this treo Washington first took command of the American army July 3rd 1775 This ancient treo has many Iron bands and plugs for Its preserva tion and protection On Garden street lit also seen Christ church built In 1701 and In which Gen and Mrs Wash ington worshipped Some parts have been modernized but tho old straight jack pews and gallary remain Near the door is leen the tear of n musket ball while underneath lie burled the Vassal family the tomb however has loon bricked over and sealed Not far from this church Is one of tho oldest cemeteries in New England Some of the grave stones tlatu as far back as num Another place of interest to tho tour let Is tho quaint old home of the great sciential Agamjis with its large grounds and bountiful shade truce On Brattle street Is Cralglo Houseonoe the headquarters of Washington and stilt known to fume M the Longfellow Mansion The poet fitly dencrlbea 1t thusSomewhat buck from the village street Stands the old fashioned country siat Aurous lu antique oorituo Tull poplars their shadows throw While from its station In the hell The old timepiece says wall Forever nevernever forever The SDaclouinces of the mansion has a large outlook acrossLongfellows Park vlvcn by him to the city to the beautiful Charles River he lovedand celebrated In song Many thousands have lifted the old knocker on the door and now that be Is gone visitors are permitted to see his library which Is kept as ho loft It Here the topi of pil grime to literary tbrlncs love to linger Mr Alice Longfellow occupies the old home and the two married daughters have residences near A short distance to the North is Elm- wood which dates back to 1700 and was the home of James Russell Lowell It Is now owned by a society and part of the estate Is being converted Into a park A room on the third door is where Lowell wrote his poems It Is said he Inherited his love of good let tore sense of dignity sad puritan prin ciples from his father but his poetic Imagination and love of nature from his mother it woman of uncommon po etic gifts and strong character Not far from Elmwood are the pict uresque grounds of Ml Auburn Cemetery with Its wooded bills and attract ive dale This beautiful city of the dead contains more than 100 acres with miles of avenues and paths and1s the shrine to which many pilgrims go be cause of the eminent dead who lie bur led there A marble sarcophagus bUrl the single name of Longfellow A roughly hewn boulder brought from Switzerland mark the last retting place of Agassis An old fashioned slate slab the grave of James Russell Lowell Other Interesting graves are Edwin Booths Charlotte CusbmanV Fannie Ferns Phillips Brooks who was the beloved pastor of Trinity church In Boston for more than 20 years Tbo Phillips Brooks house erected by Harvard la dedicated to his memory to charity and to Christianity Of Harvard with its many departments professional schools handsome dormitories and beautiful ground much has been written Memorial Hall rich In architectural beauties Is the most Imposing building and erected by tbo alumni In memory of the Hat yard men who died In the civil war On Too Delta is the statue of John lIar yard and while there Is no likeness of him In existence U Is made to repre sent a Puritan scholar The many museums aro of great In terest to the visitor In the university museum Is the celebrated collection of glass flowers presented by Mrs Eliza beth Ware and daughter In memory of Dr Charles Ware clues of 34 They were made by Rudolph and Leopold Blaschkn of Germany The father Iii now dead and Rudolph Blaschka and and family are the solo possessors of the secret of the use of the color prepa ration of the more feasible kind of glass and the peculiar method of annealing The beauty of the flowers first attracts us but upon close examination uric Is astonished to Und nature eo accurately followed In the minutest detail Truly It is wonderful and magical work and baa to be soon to bo appreciated All IJ Uikl lrt Ill t lV I vervlt Iurlollrl seen + v1v laC tlittU Jull te of Intorvei UUUy however come and spend weeks not only on account of tbo historical asso ciations of Cambridge out to enjoy Its beauty pleasant drive ways and quiet loveliness G H B Jr WAYr AGLast Tuesday morning George Jus lice aged 18 succumbed to tbe dread ful typhoid fever George was a clop or boy and many friends mourn his departure He was burled In Old Double Springs Cemetery- A protracted meeting conducted by Rove Ira Partln and T M Smith has been going on for about two weeks at the Baptist church There have been several additions to the church and they are having an all around good a number of our people have been on the sick list this week Among the number are Misses Maude Cald well Sarah Smith Mrs S P Goocb Mrs S P Pitman and others We have some typhoid fever but under the able management of our skilled young physician Dr A K Caldwell most cases are Improving Wnynesburg was visited last Satur day right or left rather by a real live thief A inoaaloy consumptive look- Ing follow had been stopping at Mr D W Caldwells for n tow days find sometime during tho night mentioned he left and the next morning W0 watt gone He was oatunMblv traveling for hIs health but If ho Is caught ho will think that Waynesburg as a health re sort IB not the place for him The people of the O section have organized a literary society which meets at Round Knob schoolhouse ev ery Thursday night So jar tbe society has been grout success cud Mr J A Hays the teaober in that district deserved much credit for perfecting to successful an organization No com munity ehonlil be without such a sonic ty an nothing will do more in develop lug the Intellect of theyouag folks who take a part In the exercises The political situation here Is all that could be desired and a strong demo ocratic olub will bo organized soon It will be rememberedL this was the only precinct in the county to Instruct for Gov Beckbum A large majority of tbe democrats wore for him then all are for him now and if we dont lead In democratic gains appearances dont count for much L C G FESTIVAL The First at Cincinnati Sept 19th to 29th If you cant go to lsrla 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 the famous permanent exposition buildings will be occupied They cover over 100000 square feet of space and will be filled with new novel instructive and interesting exhibits Cincinnati or iginated Industrial Expositions In the United State and the prsseat one prom ises to hi more attractive and novel than ever before 11000 15 GOLD Will be given for the best Float in the great Trade 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 lothside of the canal for many thousand fwt filled with novel entertainments from all parts of the worlda new and modern Midway IJal stnoe ix TUX ORKAT IIrm loa MUSIC BALL One of the largest and most famone auditoriums in American spectacular ails gory will be given with grand cast and gorgeous scenery New costumes and Inspiring music The opening of the festival will be her aided by booming of cannon rnging of bells and the welcoming ceremonies in honor of the Harvest Queen whoe royal barge will be met on its way down the Ohio and who will be escorted In great state to a grand reception at Springer Hall Novel and elaborate tire works display will be made from moving boats The Zoo Coney Island and other sum mer resorts will have special programs A day will be set apart for the rades Unions of the city and another day de voted to a Monster Athletic Carnival Cincinnati conlia ly invites her neigh hors to participate in these festivities Low rate will lm run II1M Queen A Crescent route and other special excursions fordays upon which especln ly Interesting portions of the vast program of festivities and amusements take place Low rates West Railroad bargain days via the Monon outc Tickets will bo by the Monon route from Lou isville Ky to points In Arizona Brit lab Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Nebraska New Mexico Nnltb Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah tTT1 Northern 1Visconetn and Wy oralnjr atone ilrst class fare piun 2 fllrI the roundtrip on June 10th July 3 Aug 7 21 Sept a 18 Oct 2 JO Nov 6 20 nod Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour- Ists will be furnl with Bohedules and further Information by addressing E U Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky YOIAJAHIC ERUPTIONS Are grind but Skin Eruptions rob lire of Joy Slv caret thf uis allO Old l ua Cornslry d IM wr tIl Id UII Ira rlJt a nX Cti- rtlguatui nIly ta ylrrofrt LANCASTERI preparing to organize a Hive of the L O T M She lb an earnest worker and deserves succeed Our young people bad a moonlight picnic on Monday night and the words spoken were as soft as the silver rays of palefaced lunar The friends of J Mort Rotbwell are glad to learn that be Is making some excellent democratic speeches in dltTer ent parts of tbo State J Paul Miller has returned tocollege at Lexington Messrs Homer Batson and O W Shugars have returned from the lakes where they spent a few weeks very pleasantly- Mr Layton Huff and Miss Lou Hicks and Mr Arthur Eden and Miss Dovle Dumrell all of the Buckeye section were married on Wednesday Tickets are selling rapidly for tbe Herald Square Opera Company on Friday and Saturday nights and Satur day afternosn It Is a great show and It deserves a full bouse Hon It H Tomlinson has been Invi ted by State chairman Hon James B McCreary to speak to a Madison coun ty democratic club 200 strong at Wa laceton on Saturday Sept 22 A large audience will bo present and red hit democracy will bo served In abundance Our graded school opened with 265 pupils wbtdh Is a much greater num ber than that enrolled at any previous opening The number will likely ex coed 300 in n faw days Tbe faculty la highly qualified and the school Is tbo pride of our city notwithstanding the many other enterprises wblob mark our rapid adtaneemcnt There will bo many subscribers hero for the democratic dully to be publish od ut Lexington provided W P Wal ton Is tbe editorlncblof as reported The people should have a hot meal every day E C Walton can run the NTKRicm JoUHNALln an acceptable manner I should like to have a place on ono of the papers either In the of fide or in the field Mr Ed Minor and family have moved to the city and Messrs A R Denny and J A Doty will soon follow suit R B Elkin hue returned from Dripping Springs Mrs J A Roybton has leased Mrs ONeals propertv on Lex ington Avenue and will keep boarders Mr and Mrs John Slier have moved to Cincinnati where Mr Slier will go Into business Capt W G Henry of Versailles husband of Mrs Josephine K Henry who has many friends here and his niece tiles Williamson were hero Wednesday evening and took supper with Mr and Mrs B F Hudson Ho was a gallant officer In the Confederate army and his conversation regarding war events highly entertaining He hall not been here since 18G4 lit OWES IIIS LIFE TO TIlE FORE THOUGHT OF A COMPANION While on a camping trip In Webster county Mr SI Stump of Normantown W Va bad a severe attack of bloody flux Ha says firmly believe that owe my life to the forethought of one of the company who had taken along a hate of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy MoralProcure a bottle of this remedy before leaving home It cannot bo obtained when on a hunting fishing or prospecting trip Neither can it be obtained while onboard the cars or steamship and at such times and places It Is most likely to be needed Tbo safe- way la to have it with you Thousands of tavelers never leave home on a jour ney without It For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists Stanford Ky We hope we may be pardoned for re producing this highly appreciated com pliment from the brilliant Richardson of the Glasgow TImes which we do with a painful realization of how unde served It Lexington Is at last to have a gen ulne all wool and full yard wido democratic daily and Mr W P Walton tbe gifted man of the INTERIOR JOUR NAL Is being urged to become Its edl tor He Is easily tbe boldest and most fearless writer on the Kentucky press all well as one of tbe ablest and most accomplished and if bo yields to the pressing overtures made him Lacing ton is assured the leading paper In tbe State What most people fssomething mild and pentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig A IIocker Druggists Bishop Turner rises to remark that evenelf Roosevelt forced the coloredI troops at tbe point of bIB pistol to save his life at San Juan Hill bo can not force the colored voters to save his po litical life on election day It Is now up to1 Teddy Louisville Times BISMARKS mon rERVE- Wastlereultufhlplendld health Indoal table will end trrnicnilon urrtr are riot toiinj wbrreUloiucrh Liver Kidney and Bowels ate all oronler If you want Ihese 1uIII1Pt a the lucres Ihrjr bring urn Dr Kings Nw Lire Illlj Only2Ie4 Miss Jonah Wilson Is dead of typhoid fever at KImble Russell county and her mother and sister arc lying at deaths door with the same disease A lame shoulder is usually cawed by rheumatism of the muscles and may bur l br o r 1111n hnher ii Iuo t I i f if ci s tliiexyi On t K CHOICEOf any of Our i Negligee Shirts 70cSiz- es r run from 15 up The GOo quality at 3oc Here e a cuance to got cheap 8blH3 You can buy Our Tan Shoes At Cost We need the room for our Full Gixxld IT PAYS TO TRADE AT J THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfiednMiller Hirsch DanvilleSnccesSirx lo J L Krolimmi c P h JA IES FRYE Hustonville KyKNice N e 7 Dry Goods find ffotions i The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the i Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys Linen and Light Weight Suits nt Greatly Reduced Fricci I will be glkd to furnish you any day in tho year suitable Roods at Bottom P- ricesTrusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able x Craig Hocker Stanford IVIi A C SINECO- NTRACTOR a BUILDERISTANTOSD JLJLNTUUJCY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attested by any one of the many parties for caiwhom I have builded duringthe 15 years that have been in business here carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any pricesoffered Clothing And Nats- At Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance To Get Bargains In The Above r ines Geo H Parris Co THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KYaThis is now the most Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re deafly equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses the now discovery in optical science I to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received largo stock of the very c ua test Designs if jVIoulditjgsPa- ttfrns never sold In this locality before hftve to be seen to be appreciated Suit able for framing from too simplest photograph to the moat Among lot is the New French blear DerU luouldlnga specially for suitable ellcalo pICUre8En1hroll1eltrl Mats French Water Colors amid all pIctures that ve Kilr a Danville call anti see us and got our prices Wf I n Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Kjt IC i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv SEPT 14 tgoo w P 7ALT01T ETICEMOCffITlC TICl For PresfJtnt WILLIAM JENNINGS JIK1MV r1J Y b1For 1icePreiiJent- A LA 1 RIe7 JrENS01- k Ofltliiioit For IUcriwr J C WiJJEGKJAI OJ Ae1IOn For Congress GEORGE G GILBERT Of Shelby TUE editor of this paper has accept ed tbo general management and editor Inchlefohlp 6t the Lexington Dally Democratic paper to be Issued In a few days Tbo stockholders put the mater before him In such a way that bo withdrew his former declination and agreed to help them get the paper on a firm foot bold and then to quit or remain as be sees proper The arrange mont will In no wise Interfere with the management and control of the INTER IQit JOURNAL Ho will continuo to contribute largely to Its columns leav log toe rest of the work to the faithful and competent business manager and associate editor Mr E C Walton who r will be ably assisted by Mr Joseph 0 Paxtonwbo Is an excellent writer with a vein of dry humor running through all his efforta That the paper will be better and brighter under the new arrangement goes without saying bu everybody will say It before many If sups come and go- REPUIJLIOAN assassins attacked Con gressman John S Rhea as he was returning by night from Morgantown and would have killed him with stones II If be hadnt with cocked pistol defied the cowardly scamps As It was his driver was hit and seriously burl Mr Rbea who is acandidatefor reelcctlouI to Congress had spoken tiwn the home of Taylor that daIand bad displeased the assassin suf pects friends by his strictures on his course while governor and his conductI since and they resolved to maim him Such acts are but natural in a party that endorses assassination partYslactsRhea but thats the only way they earl electionbefore j life and assurance Is ramie doubly sure by It WE regret that nearly all of the pa per which have been kind enough to mention the facV that the editor fthe iNTEKlOit JOURNAL will be editor in chief and general manager of this Lox ington Daily Democrat take occaHon to soy that Coi W C P Ureeklprldrn and ho will lock horns the first thing It Is neither our Intention nor desire to fight Col Breoklnrldgn or treat him with anything than courtesy It shall be our aim to preach democracy pure s IIlaclesHerald but we do not propose to do so offensively nor Jo go for gore unless be forces the fighting Indeed we expect to get on royally with the gifted edlItor who is not near to savage as wrlunlslodlcateICHAIRMAN HERNUJY of the Indiana iftTaylor was to bo used during the Mr IsI aup1plcesI on his own hook Our committee has nothing whatever to do with his on KngeuienU Which ehowg that theC lenders In Indiana are getting sick of t the assassin suspect realizing that he Is doing their cause moro harm thaoI good It doesnt take such a creature long to hang himself If given enough rope- dIT is said that Jim Howard holds a paper by Taylor dated Jan 30 the day Ooevel was shot pardoning him for the crime It wasnt needed bur the fact lories another link In tho nII broken chain of evidence that Taylor was the chief of the conspiracy to remove his opponent and thus end the contest for tho office he disgraced for ab season If half of the evidence against him bo true Taytor deserves to die a thousand deaths for the crime of thea century A WOMAN has stabbed and killed an other In Bell county and two have dls of posed ofa third In n similar manner In s Leslie The republicans have doubt f less arranged for the women to do the 1JcUiibz IQtha8ecll o u tit after the IT is said that the autnorltlca of tbu Oatbohb church will hereafter prohib it women from singing In the choirs It would be hotter to abolish tho choirs altogether than to take this stop for IQU absence of the female voices will make tbu singing as stale flat and un profitable as tho play of Hamlet mi Qua the Prince of Denmark A CRANK woman raised a commo tion at the White House by trying to get accost to tbo president and have him prevent some ono from killing silt and children who she Imagine- was bent on that dastardly deed She was doubtless attracted there by the presidents reputation as a protection bet ACTOR MKLIJOUKNK MCDOWELL has been Jailed In New York on account of cruelty to his wife If In the consideration of the special and moral hazards a tending inatrlmjny women like in surance companies would learn some ttitng from statistics actors would bo placed on the prohibited list GROVER CLEVELAND has declined ui servo on the International Board of Arbitration This Is fortunate for with him ns a member there would never bo an award unless the other members adopted his views on every piupueiiioii trot came before them NOW that the old story of Throek morions Ghost is again going the rounds of the press tho revival of Its companion piece the kick admlnl tar cd by Throckmortons father to Charles Dickens is In order PORTLAND Oregon shows the la goat increase of population of any city yet reporters This is duo to a great extent no doubt to the stranded gold seekers on their way to the Klondike POLITICAL Dr C M Poynter Is a candidate for democratic representative from Ander sonThe democrats of Bardstown will tlve a great barbecue on Saturday Oct The House committee voted down the proposition to remove the device from the ballot Mayor Jones of Toledo Is out In a card denouncing the republican administration and declaring hit support of Mr Bryan Bryan and Steyenson will both be heard in Kentucky this fall Mr Dry an will come Into the State between Oct 1 and 15 and he will make several 1peecbcs The second district republicans met nbmltnated William Lynch a Brownie for Congress and his name will go under the log cabin- SpeakerTrljnblehas decided to ac1 Mr Moodys proposition to settle IIIsovelt couldnt stand the strain and jump over the railing of the speakers stand to mingle with a crowd of In and cowboys gathered to welcome him A report came Into democratic head quarters that in one precinct in War run county 22 out of 23 Brownies were back In line for Bcokbam and the State ticket and that four more were count ed upon Gov Mount has notified the National republican committee that bo cannot speak enfolds of Indiana The old fu gltive holder und nourer knows he CfnL get qn nUdlaoce outside of the1 Hoosler State The New York democrats nominated John D Stanchlield for governor A f ter one ballot ux Senator Bill who1 had placed BirdS Colors name before the convention moved to make Stanch a fields nomination unanimous Proxy Johns nickname given by Emmett Logan is liable td stick toI IILtltttakfng It back Oopklniivllle Ken tuck laDIA dispatch from Plnovlllo says tbatI Ton James D Blacks speech there the beat most logical and most humorous speech ever delivered In the courthouse tbereI He literally de voured Capt Ed Parker with whom shared time In a speech before the committee non P M McRobertt siild he prefer rid the old county judge system but boardIministerial powers He preferred tbo governor appoint rather than that the Legislature elect the thlldI member of the State board He thought it was not In the province the Legislature to appoint say of he State otllcurs save those that arlt directly connected with the Leglsla turltNEWS l ExConirrossroan Thomas Turner IsI ead at Mt Sterling No rain hat fallen at WusnlDKtou Mason county slnco 8prlnajjTbu population of Lexington Is 26 an Increase of 4032 in 10 yeaIllII The L d N offers to carry freo ol charge supplies for Galveston sufferers The steamer Lawrence with 50 IIeru oils on board in Luke Michigan basI been given up for lost A mUD named Hunter who went f ta- rtantylaw n county and two members of the family W S Dlanton aro dead of tbo dl casoJ III8hJe Two hundred Mexican war veterans atItClldlnlTho miners toanthracite coal re gion have been ordered to go on strike next Monday It Is expected that 142 000 men will quit work A lono masked robber held up a pas conger train on the HurJIngtou rail road near Halgler Nobaod secured 51000 in money and some valuable jewelryIBoth sides announced ready In the thedof selecting a Jury Is In progress at Frankfort The special car of the Duncan Clarke Female Minstrel Company was wreck ed at Mound City III Nine persona were killed and six others were seri ously Injured some probably focally Loulsvllli lave 10000 for the Eolla- of tho flood sufferers of Gaireston The appropriation was mado without a dU scntlug volo at n special mcetlpg of tic P general council called by Mayor Weaver The sea Is gluing up Its dead at Gal veeton bodies burled In the sea bola washed up to rot on the bench It de elope that a Southern Pnolflc patron gar train was caught by the storm or the terry at Deaumont Tex and 85 paseent ere lost It Is said that in the ease of Ji Howard Robert Noaks will testily this Charles Finley told hint at Corbin the Howard had made a proposition to kill democrats at 2000 a head Anothoi witness who has not heretofore teatl bed will swear that Tallow Dick Combs told him the names of the men wara killed One of the men according to this witness was Jim Howard Three witnesses are expected to testify that they saw Howard run out of the execu tive building just after the shot was tiredThe horror of the Galveston altua flan Is growing instead of diminishing Many are suffering for food and tome are being driven to Insanity by their agony A fearful feature of the sites tlon Is the robbery and mutilation of dead bodies by ghouls With these the military authorities are dealing sum madly Fortythree Negroes arrested were courtmartialed and shot One wretch bad 23 human fingers In life pocket with rings on each The most conservative estimates now place the number of dead at 0000 and It U fear ed that this estimate Is too low The Morning Democrat Company was incorporated at Lexington Wed nesday for the purpose of doing a gen iral printing and publishing business but more especially to give the people of that city a long needed democratic paper The stockholders olected the following directors Judge Frank A Bullock president James H March LoijIsdesCognou K L Baker H M Boswortb W B Hawkins and D F Proud W P Walton was chosen get earl manager and editor in ohief WII loughby Williams managing editor W B Hawkins business manager Mrs Mary Bradley Kalley society edi turned Den A Llnubacb foreman Tbtxo is plenty of money behind the enterprise flue it is bound to bea sue Beet ML VERNON Typo malarial fever is prevalent on South Skaggs James White the progressive is working hard for turnpikes Samuel Alcorn and wife of Madison county were here Wednesday W C Mulllns is doluif good work In organizing democratic clubs through lout the county Uouk fs Adams are building a large warehouse ip the rear of their new brink etoreboue The pike question is warming up and sulHolent number of names will eoou be secured for calling an election Petitions are being circulated for sallies an ultmUoo to take tho ijanse of people on the proposition to dare county issue 25000 In bunch for- turDplko purposes E B Cox Is quite sick W T Brooks Is here from ParIs A E Al- bright the Cincinnati commission merchant with his family were visiting relatives here during the week The sisters and friends of W J becnIyears In Galveston are sorely distressed over their Inability to obtain any tidings of his few Telegrams sent to hopeldonedA storm occurred In 1875 which swept Indlaoata a Texas coast town oho map drowning hundreds and scattering the bodies for miles along the gnat The writer was railroad agent at a little station 81 miles North the illfated town where the calami ty occurred and experienced some of terror of that owlet storm Dr A E Ewers and Prof Dlckereon are conducting the Institute About 75 touchers are enrolled The most inter sting feature of the week to outsiders was the debate Tuesday evening sub fact Should the U S Retain Posses of the PbHIpplno Islands Two snot speakers ably presented both sides till question hut Sam Brown the ofiuuipiuo spuaKcsi on the negative thoroughly convinced both the fudge the audience that wo bold the lt lends unjustly and the decision was rendered in laver ol tho negative Misses Ella and Lucy Wallin left Tuesday for the WlUlmnjburir Baptist College Mrs A E Ewers returned Monday from Lake Winona Fritz Krueger cams home from Manchester where he Is building tho Manchester college to spend several days with blot the first of the week Lllllo daughter of Mr anti Mrs An I rew Gentry died at their home la- rs aaA tjtl rnplaa MrsIwere brought bore for buriAl John Fish and sister Miss Emma Ar thur nro visiting friends In the country Dr W J Chlldors was hero Wednesday visiting friends KINGSVILLE Thomas Paine with hit historic name Is again lu our midst Tho weather is becoming delightful ly autumnal but everything is very dry and tho cry Is for rain A world of success to the iNTKillOIl JOURNAL and to the gallant democrat ic party In the present campaign There arc rumors and rumors of weddings to take place hero during tbo bridal month of October patientaare can not accoun t for there being more sickness In the thefn ITecumseh or Waters la sulllolontly re out after several weeks confinement Tusco Waters who has been spending the summer here alter several years absence In tbo Went has tope to Mississippi where bo has secured a position as engineer on a now R It Mrs Lutie Cbawk and children who have been spending tbo summer with relatives hero will return to their home In Louisville this week Cityrowas guest hacker last week Mr and Mrs W- It CundlfT will visit Somerset this week Dr J L McCartY has returned to HarroJsburg attar doing some ox eollent work hero In the dental line Mrs Addlo Uptbogrovo and babof Danville are expected this week on a visit to her paresis Mr und Mrs Bentley Heras tho way it looks to Hon Da vid Bennett Hill One party favors largo standing armies Immense public expenditures a government of grandeur and magnifi cence high protective tariffs a British colonial policy great combinations of corporate wealth and a centralized gov ernment The other party favors a continuance of the plain and simple government of our fathers public ex penditures limited to the actual neces titles of the government tariff taxa Lion for public purposes only an army fur defense and not for conquest competition In business free from monopo little combinations a HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J F LlIIT a prpminent rlllleD or lInnl kid a onderful dellurtoe trout trrghtfuidrat In teltlg orlt be aye tAItaken with Typhoid Fever that ran Into toeumo nla Mr lungs became hardened tuu wok I rouldn erea ltuii tn lJ Nothing helped nit expected lo noon dl of Oon when I heerd of pr Klaga New 1II1 Ordn butt- S br treat rrltcf I continued to me It and now am well and strong I oint aar too ruueh In III praise This marrclloua medicine la the sure aud qulckett euro In th world for all Throat and Lang Trimble llvgular lim 60 centa sod II Trio buttlei free at lenuy Drug Store every tat tle guaranteed a otillereo charged with folly fraud nnd dls appointment ns the Cope Nome fiasco SpoJmnothe dreary bench there only to find that the diggings were xhaustcil a year ngo and that the few valuable creek claims cannot give employment to 5 per cent of those seeking work Transportation companies are held to be largely responsible Several men indicted for violation of law at the last election in New York city have been selected to serve again as Inspectors nt the coming pri runty elections The law permits this as only persons convicted of crime or misdemeanor are debarred from such service and these men while under indlotnfcnt have not yet been tried ofThe a warmer named Williamson living near White Lake S D was blttcn by a rattlesnake a few days ago The father promptly cut open the wound and he and the mother took turns suckling out the poison The little follow was little the worse next day An accomplished faker la tending watermelon stories to gullible eastern papers from n Kansas towTi One of his yarns relates that coyotes are eat tog the crop Another tells of a melon EO big that on being cut In to and scooped out one end was used for n bathtub Lightning struck a brewery In AI toonn 1tt theother dny and soured all the beer ft OSIER 1aIULJ4 With Fertilizer Attachment good as now fur Klllo If not oll beforo It will be sold at auction countv court day ftpt 10th It OAINES Walnut Flat Ky COAL SALT I will have my coal bins completed by Oct and will keep on hand throe grades uf the Itcoal also salt and I will sell It to merchants by wagon loud ut u very small Will cnntliiUH to the lilcheitt teIlickorySlwkeestuvrsundIlcadlnbeGoods Olve mo u trlnl und I will save you money U II KING MOIIKtAXD KV J G Me C IAI Y UNIJEarAKEl Jsnufscturerand Dealear In HARNESS S AALAItrs tJ St iuford13 r GUS McCORMACK I a candidate for A o torof Lincoln coun tysubject to the action of tho democratic party CEO A EC1SANKS in a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES T JONES Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county HUbjeet to tho action of tho democratic party Will LAN11GKAF Is a candidate for AMf or of Lincoln coun ty lupject to democratic action THAJUSS II WUIGHT Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count subject to lice action of tho democratic party DINK FARMER In cnndldMo for Jailor nubjocl to tho ac tion of tbo democratic party Ho solicityour support JOHN C PEPPUGSI- n a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couut puttyBLUEGRASS SEED goalittuelf n yon tnijr U C IH NN Mr Kt INL FARM FOR SALE 1stDr P Lngani t1I1I acres of No lunging Fork land la fur isle privately It has upends aulcndlil two atorj brick house tart outhulldlngtulwoullinJ Finely watered and In all rmiwtta a JoIIIIemeluDIlhU N unreels It In good homtanda profit aMa iDTMtuicot For Sale Or Trade I Two No t Ulrdwll Claret huller 3 yran old MillIIftDoal wrr lIulr fugues engine eve yura old one t etgIrewuyeetsoldnrfrctonlr Terms ash W J lie a UN lerryrille ky TWO FARMS FOR SALE Hiring detUM to ehmgemf vocation 1willII privately my on which t Ilse ad of a lineImJIDI1IDreLlrkIellinglr vtoD water at the door Iwo good Unemtul oulhuUdlDItlIh InaCraIlrebanJw Crab Orchard Springi Ml In gnu with a nrxvaUirk barn lan abundauc of water with 8 otbe fioeat building cite la tho ndghbor nice ooltiz In KunforJ Ky en Unruur atrevt wlih pui clilMB cinlao Ac atlarbeI orlurlhe oraddimU htnl Kr Jrsa Slain PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Win U In IHurUle nl8rdseedayatrklays Will it In SUn fort Tu ds Thursdays and Sat unlay Oftiee In the Innlnjtoa UulMio Stanford lI- Ittehnunttutxee1telrH OSTEOPATHY Thla Brian originated and developed br IrVT Still of Klrrvlll Me 0 xl on the prlnelpleaof AnitMayaad llifiMogr fur lit re wlia It rpqulrMiii hUh no drug no rublinf no MlrglallI ritteui u rUlrai hlog auiier natural rtiev rthyslewluau ass startles ofao many part ktynoi U kdjuftmetil When all aIIVIY iaru adjuttcd sad not overworked limilth the remit Some of the dlwaM tasttrl by ua Serrom ItuetratlonIlealeeh NrarthrU llhetnuttlwa Oalarrb Weak tIIIiraoulaled Lids hour eMnplkaPliesach and Intnllnil trouljln IMMT of Honca and ntntJMntParalyse tuneultalleeFree FOX LOGAN LIVERY ND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly oil hand Bud for sale nt all times W Logan Wood llInrilur JI Wi PARKI ILL M Dr HOMEOPATHIC IJiSl lAN oJlrerhmceIIIutTers hU services to the public of Stanford and vicinity Siievlal attention given to chronic CRies Ofllce npjtOHlto Court house over Ilcnzlcv limo Livery Stable OIUcc hours tram I to 8 r You Want The Truth And you get It In tho TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Democratic In Politics Published every Wednesday and Satur day 101 i aicn ono year for 50 CENTSTho Twice aWeek Courier Tournal la th equal of many dallies und the luporlor u nil othol papers It print morn real nOt wore pond duos matter moro good stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Sat JOfgentanm1lo By A Special Arrangomont You can get the Semi Weekly Interior Journal- Ard the TUffCEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL Moth One Year For ONLY 125 I This U for cash subscriptions ony All inscriptions under this combination once must be peat through the INTERJOR JOUJIXA sake e OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAINtWo are actually soiling goods In some of our departments for less than our moat r eonscivntlvo buyers paid for thorn Hargaln hunters are taking advantage dfltj are you one of them Do you appreciate the purchasing power of a stellar Do you know that your money will roach oue third further with us titan with must any of our competitors Dont doubt this assertion but come and let us prove to you the Irutlif illness of it 10 Yards Of Calico For Only Soc Ladies Extra Long Seamless fast black Hose 8e Ladles bleached ribboned Vests loo grade N8e Shirt Waists all styles your choice n 39o 2 Boxes tire Hair 1lns 6c 2 Papers of Brass Pins 60- C Pair Wens Gray Oolton Hose o 20 Suit Mens Hnlbripgan Underwearn NN uuNuuNMM 4SQ Dollar grade Silk bosom Shirts only tdL- adlea nicely trimmed Dunk Skirt out to 73c Mens Cugllgie Shirts detached collar Me liens Elastic Sealll Drawers only Mo Linen And Crash Goodsr20x15 inch Check Towel only 3c 33x15 Inch Check Towels only jr pair 10x40 Hleached Cotton Towels only Ibo jxfr pair 23x44 Bleached Towels Marseilles bordur NN lOo 51 Inch Hell Table Dam uk ISo Inch lied and llluo Table Damask fast color 21c Shoe Bargains Galore ladles fine Oxfords suull tires only 35a Ladles Illack or Tau Oxfords or liucklo Slippers nil sizes only niScPatent Tip acid Face Oxfords worth 1160 only n S5e Ladles McNamara patent buckle slippers worth f2 only 02c Ladies i2 sprioglieol button Shoes worth 12 go forll0tote-n plain or cap too Dress Shoo worth II 60 gu for OSc Men Stylish Vici Finished Shoe worth 2 reduced to 125 Ladies Dongola Patent Tip Shoes Only 68c While these few prices arc submlttfd remember that wo are ilaAhlng and cutting throughout tho entire stock Our buyers aro at present In tho Eastern market and some of our shipments are arriving dally Everything that II nice new clean and nobby will always be found on our shelves When in dont fall to see the Jfewdlr liy tlo for high band collars that are 10 popular everywhere Wo are making a special run on them at 25c Louisville Store SHLINGER BROS PRORS T D RANDY MGEm LADIESiDo not forget that we hand e the ieest hoe Shoesis lu town You will find them Superior I For Service And tcoond to none for style SEEFALLSTYLES Cummins S McClary J CLEANUP SALE On Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers tI If you wtnt Bargains see our BAIIGAIN COUNTER W E PERKINSrrlCrab Orchard Ky WO 3O li9B1QBEITSg I DRUGGIST 1 Sells fNealP escrlptious carefully Medicine kind Beautiful iiuo 11Ul11eeAoo rclnq tHt vesr is rne CHC PCST 0l 1ity anof Ey N ale 0 eSirtd for rue H Clala oul ry1lleXy dO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY SEIT 14 1900 E 0 WALTON BUHINIWS MANAOKH TUB bout nintorlulB oomblncd with klll and accuracy Insure jjood 1Yi requite No other methods are ovor- i used In our proscription work Punny Drug Store PERSONALS MRS J O Fnmi of Irodhe ad was the RUeatof Mrs W H ODttnnon JOHN n SHANKS has matriculated at Kontuuky Unlvoralty Lexington SAMUKI W SUVKUANOK leaves to morrow to enter Chicago Unlvornlty MRS M II COLMNR or Kcneoo III vleltloir tier slater Mrs S M Owens MKSSIia S M AND 0 II OWKNfl went to Curaborland Falls this morn- Ing Miss Sun OOILVIK of Columbia Tenn is vrltu bor aunt Mrs J O Hays MKSOAMHS JOSEPH C01IUY and Km ilv D Jones are yletlloff relatives In VANAliSUALB has taken a posltlun with W Holknap S Co LoulsvllloII of Danville pluMed up Tuesday to Crab Orchard Springs to spend 10 days WAUB U InillClNS of Crab Orab arJ has gone to Lexington to complete bis education JOHN U ROUT went to Lexington Tuesday to actor his daughter Miss Iearl In school MRS J W ADAMS Is visiting her daughter Mrs Hoburt Chappall atI Lebanon J unctionIiMIMS IVATIU UKA7LKY stayed with MUs Mary Henley wino Miss Llcclo I was off on her vllitIMiss ERIC Hcuus of Lexington pwictl up to Crab Orchard yesterday to visit Miss Alllo Fish Miss LUOY FKANOIS of Stanford Is visiting her sister Mrs U G Hallow Richmond Climax F M KLLIS of CIO has taken a with Christian DrOll tit f junction City lumber men Mit AND MRS J M ALvrnsox re turned yesterday from their delightful tour of the North and Northeast Mil II M HALUOU brought his tam ily over from Lancaster Tuesday to visit his father Kid Joseph Haiku Miss TKVIS CAUIKNTKR of Stanford Is the pretty and attractive guest of MItOeDa Hush Central Record MHSDAMH8 CllAKLHfl WlllIHLKIt of Huiuinvlllo and Naomi MaCnrty of Mt Salem arc In Clnalnnatl buying goods MKSfiKfl c JOHNSON and n F- Conwuyot Lebanon wore hero yoster day teeing alter their toUphono ex t change 1imii STIUUII Jit has moved his family Into hia retldonoe opposite the college JAMHS R MILLIIII of Little Rook Ark and K V Smith of Richmond were guests of Trueheurt P Uourno this week JunGle W L DAWSON hat about closed trado for n groaory toro on Third Street Danville and will move his family there J C SlLHit has engaged with thu Cincinnati Union Stock Yards Tho yards Company Is to be congratulated on gutting so good a man Mil ANn Mns J S Rica arc bank after several weeks of rest and eight seeing Theywere In a halt dozen elites during their abtenoe- R K GAINI Is book from u pros posting tour of Texas ne thinks It IIIa great country for wheat but otherwise doM not compare with Ken tuoky ONOUOH B WBAUBN of Paducah jolnscl hU wife nnd daughter hero ye terday fie Is delighted with his now homo and has ovary appearance of good treatment there J COL It M JACKSON has our thanks for a complimentary to tho Laurel county fair Sept 1O4n The col one U general manager and a good r fair la thereby assured ULKDSOH BULKY leaves tomorrow i I for Roawell Now Mexico to locale fur the practice of his profession lIe recently graduated with honors at tbo Valparaiso Ind law school MISS LiZZlK C JONES of the West IEnd went to Cincinnati Tuesday to i t a stock of mllll aery that she will open at Junction City to thu inspec 1 tlon of which she Invites the ladles of that vicinity LOCALS STOCK of Guns received Craig F locker TilE best on earth Ian tlannns Shoe Sold by J P Jones ROUGH Lumber all kinds also cut and sawed shingles n J McRoberta TtiB hopthescasoq will be cnj iyed ut Crab Orchard Springs to night IF your organ needs uning cleaning or repairing wrlto your troubles to C C Waters Danville Ky WB need our wheat sacks so send them In at ouch If you dont expect to pay for them J Uaughman k Co FJUEJ W Porrlnn residence caught on tho roof from a flue about 10 oclock yesterday but the flames wore extinguished before the flro coin my know of It A UQHT shower felt tart night but scarcely enough to keep the good won en from sprinkling Tho clouds look as It more rain will fall today Ii Is bAdly neoJtd Stoclc water U siurcor than it baa been for years T DOUGLAS shoes for gentlemen Cum mini k MoClury FIPTKHN new iloHlgns In chamber Puts 175 up G n Farris k Co ABsoitTMUNTof colors In Crepe TIs Just received Craig t Ilockor IK you want tho best Kid Gloves and want theta nicely tilled go to John P Jones 1 TUB Kentucky Tclnphono Associa Lion moots at Winchester Tuesday Oct Oth WIAro headquarters forcoal bay corn oats and all kinds of feed J H Uaughuian Si Co reliable ierShoes In all thu now fall styles and leathers at Severance k Sons A FBW pupils In vocal muslo desired Please apply at once Terms reason able Mrs S M nail kin CAST ranges with steel ovens at corn mon cook stove prlcos Satisfaction guaranteed G II urrltCo LiMHKlt NHCK Sholton M Saufloy of this oltlec hoe lost over 820 worth of chickens from Umber nook recently NKW Percale French Flannelettes Klderdowos Calicoes Flannelettes Eddy Silks Sateen Ac Severance k Sons StIIT Ie ten for fil lag claims road pike or other kinds against tho county No claims will vbo filed after that ditto G D Cooper clerk Mus LYDIA MAhTlN declining to bo executor of the will of her husband Wra Martin Hon R C Warren was apiMlnivd administrator with the will annexed and will soil tho personalty and farm of 36 acres Sept 29 TUB L k N will sell roundtrip ticket alone faro to Louisville Sept 17 1022 20 and 20 good to return day after sale and at U taro Sept 17 to 20 Inclusive good to return Oct on ac count of the Elks Street Fair and Car nlval 8ALBOra Gooch and sisters Misses Alice and Ilelle Coach have bought of P W Green tho Commor cial Hotel at McICInnoy for 1000 and will take possoslon at onco Mr C L Crow who hat had charge of the hotel will probably move to Atlanta again atUUTTKR as scarce as hens teeth Oleomargarine butterlne bull butter or most any thing beats doing without that article and If our merehanu oanl get tho genuine tboy would b almost oxcutablo for Import ing same of the abovo Imitations A thebaneseAt tho Stanford colored public school will be given In J S Hookers beautifulwoodland mar town Friday Sept 28 Milo Peyton Wra Laokoy and Joe Reid rompose the committee of arrangements and they are preparing for a big limo TllBltH are now lb8 inmato s In the Houses of Reform 07 white boys and 12plrln 72 colored boys and three col ored girls Though the Institution has not received a cent from the State stnoe boforo the troubles at Frankfurt began It U getting along well nnd Supt E U Doak Is making It a credit to tho State Tilt city oounollat Lebanon shutout tho Hell Tolephone Co but made the eomimnv now operating an exchange reduce the rate for phones from 42 to 6180 for business houses and from 41 A 41 for residences to go into otTocl Qct In addition to this all toll lines Including those to Springfield and Campbtllsvllle are to be thrown open Iron to an subscribers Thc o conces dons bad to be granted or tho Doll puople would have been granted a Qbar tor A the same company operates hero why cant Stanford secure the reduction TllINO IlAVB CHANOKO Will Sov trance who was In CIncinnati last week found qulto a change In political ulTalrs since 1810 One of the whole rale houses he buys from employes 300 non and In the year above were red hot for MiICinley Now con8ld1 erably over 200 are just as warm for Bryan anil Stevenson and It is proba bit that tho rest will be In the band watron by November Ono of tbo pro prietors told Mr Severanco that his firm contributed largely to the repub lican campaign fund four years ago but they surprised the committee ap pointed to raise money this year by telling them that not cent would they glvo Wo urn out for business und sot for politics but weve got enough of McKinley ho said- WAS11IKIGLnDYTho family of Mr T D Newland greatly fear that bis son Richard M Newland was lost In the fearful hurrlciino that destroyed Gulvcslon Texas and killed nearly 6000 pooplo A loiter from him dated at Galveston Friday 7thls tho lust In formation received from him Ho was then In tbs John Soaloy Hospital but wrote that ho would leave tho fol owing afternoon for his home at Dallas that State A telegram from his slater Mra S M Duncan at Dallas received yesterday stated that ulio had sward nothing from Dick and toured the worst Tho hospital bo was In front ed tho bay sad was one of the many buildings that was totally destroyed It Is hoped that ho is yet alive and that tho dark hour hili parents sisters and brothers are experiencing will soon ba dispelled by Intelligence stating that Dick la yet In the Und of tho living- LATERMr T D Nowland received a telegram at 730 this morning stating that Dick was sufo In Galves on und household hero Is rejoicing In the Ncwlani NEW designs In Jardinieres Just in Goo H Farris k Co WB bnvo eight nice trunks will sell at cost as wo wont handle them In the future J P Jones TUB members tho rending clubI are requested to meet at the Stanford Femalo College at 2 P M Saturday Miss Fannie Shanks president Dit W TAinipandfamily urrlv 4d from Columbia S C Wednesday and after n visit to relatives hero will go to Richmond to locate J W ADAMS bought of L U Pryor yesterday his farm of 2oOJ acres on tbo Crab Orchard pike tour tithes Iron Stanford for 80000 Mr Pryor will move to Lexington I AM through sowing wheat Col James W Guest remarked to a crowd hero the other day Somebody asked him bow much land be put In nnd ho replied Oh about half an acre TUAOHBHB MKHTINOS Supt Gar land Singleton hands us tho following dates of leacbocB1 meetings Crab Orchard Saturday Oct 3 Turnersvllle Saturday Nov 3 Stanford Saturday Dec F1tAN1tF01ITVhllu In Frankfort yesterday the editor saw Gov Mc Creary who Is just back from Chicago whore ho saw Mr Bryan who promised to make speeches In Kentucky early in October The governor says the outlook State und National Is goof and that in Kentucky at leust 85 per cent of the bolting vote will return to the democratic party lions George T Farris and P M McRoberts were busy in committee meeting discussing a now election law The trial of Jas Howard for assassinating Goebol was commenced and a jury selected every ono of whom happens to bo a demo- Crat CHURCH MATTERS ColJ T Gutbright will build a spite fence 65 feet high to shut otl Dr Eaton and his sermons in the now church in Louisville A Methodist conference at Cocboc ton 0 condemned McKinley null fication of tbo antlcanlccn law and re solved thut ho Is unworthy of support Pastor Holder at Ml Zion has been aided In a meeting by Dro J R Mc Gill In which there were 21 additions of whom 21 were by profession and baptisms Among the converts was a distiller MATRIMONIAL Cyrus James and Miss Hattie Chap pell were married at James Ohappolls yesterday Rev Isaac James blur late of Greensburg und Miss Marlon Palmer Groen of Danville will be married next Wednesday After cutting the thimble in a wed ding cake Thursday night Mlbs Alice Sinclair declared she would not be an old maid and wedded bor fiance Wll lard Keulcr half an hour later Paris News At WlIIlam town Mrs Margaret Utz and John Wells wore married at the home of the blde This la the brides third venture on the malri monlal sea and the same minister has outdated each time Wallace Donn and Nora Nave of Mercer were married JatTorsonvllle Thu bride U a midget three feet tall and weighs IS pounds Ho Is a largo man nod stranger still after the wedding was over he admitted that he Is the brides uncle Nelson Human aged SO years bud Mrs Elizabeth Hutton aged 03 were married by Rev Mark Colils ut the Broadway Christian church Lexing ton They Nero lovers In youth but became estranged Both married and rained largo families and now after they had lost their helpmeets they are united for n tow remaining years IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Vulcaln n 1 to 10 favorite full down at Gruvceend and lost the race A child of Mitchell Rankin of Wayne was Instantly killed by n kick from a mule A postolllce has Seen established at Wallsend Boll county with Reno Short postmaster Richard Burnett formerly of this place has sold out at Winchester and moved to Galnsvillo Ga Thomas Jeffries shot and probably fatally wounded Bob Turner in a drunken fight at Nlcholasvlllo Miss Varinal4 year old daughter of Rev O J1 oung of Madison vus ac Tho1wouod InIand tile two sections ran together de molishing seven cars Nobody was hurtTelegram from Chicago announce tho death of William H Banford formerly u prominent citizen of Boyle county The remains were interred at Danville Somerset Is now In the midst of another exciting contest over the local option question Saturday Out 22 has been set for tho election and Saturday last was tpeolal registration day u LAND STOCK CROPS C The Richmond fair declared a divi dend of 115 per cent John G Lynn bought of various par ties 40 cattle ut about 4c Richard Gentry of Boyle bought of W W Lyon 40odd 050pound cattle at 440 LutcsL Co shipped two car loads of 850pound cattle to Bourboncounty terday Cbarlton Alexander of Bourbon sold 625 export cattle to Schwarzoblld k Co at Co Delicious 1 lot Biscuit are made with Royal Baking Powder and are the most appe tizing healthful and nutritious of foods Hot biscuit made with im pure and adulterated baking powder are neither appetizing nor wholesomeIt upon the bak ing powder Take every care to have your biscuit made with Royal baking powder if ydu would avoid indigestion ROYAL BAKING POWOEB CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK James Langdon Science mil has a fine dark bay saddle horse 0 years old 151 hands high for sale Beazley Bros sold to Lee of Chick amauga a trap horse for J140 Dodd k Skinner sold to same u saddle horse for 1175 S T Harbison of Lexington bought of W S Oryo and others In tbe West End nine fancy saddle and harness horses at fancy prices F P Bishop twills us that ho Is through housing his crop of 12 force of tobacco and has already stripped some He thinks it will average 1500 pounds to the acre O P Huffman bought of IV B Gaines n lot of butcher stuff at 3e and souiaof J II Greer at310 fie bought of Miss Florence Truebottrt a bunch of hogs at lie- Lutes k Co bought of M1 Hoffman it Co 25 800 pound cattle lit 4c and of W S Moslor a bunch of hogs for Oct Cat Jo They also bought of G Snyder 14 yearling cattle at 3to M J Farris bought of Duncan Good loo 400 barrels of corn at 3150 in the field Mr Farris pets tho fodder Ho also bought of Capt Powell of Lin coin nine mules for 8575 and from J U Otter a nice hunch of SO pound hogs at 41oAdcICRlo Dr J B Owsley bought tbp S W Givens farm at Givens Station con tanning 500 ucres at 850 A large was present nt tbe ealo tdne8dll crowdI ti splendid dinner prepared by Lynn of Dan vIII was served Borers brought 22 to 11750 milk cows 816 to 30 suckling calves and ialfer 750 to 115 yearling steers S21 to 2flftO shoup 45 pair aged work mules 4185 household and kitchen furniture und farming Implements sold well Public Sale Of Land And Hctasliald Farnltura As agent for the heirs ot Jatniti I Ius lell ilecd I wilt o- nSATURDAY SEPT 29 I9QO At the into rexldcnco of decedent about 2 t miles Vestof llustonvlllu Kr lJlllit pub lie auction to the highest bidder the farm or duoedont containing about 85 Acros Of Land ultuatocl on the Carpenters Station nod Morcluad turnpike rood Also a tract of 46 Acres Of Timbsrei Land within about one mile ot the farm TSO farm will lust bo offered In two parcels und then all u whole und tho bet or hid In tlio aggregate will be accepted Ono parcel contains about aero Includ tog the hnlIltl house two story frame tho other contains about sa Harm and Includes a cottage ot 3 or ronini I will nlso at tout amo Hire pelt a lot of houichold furniture TEIIUA Tho lund will to told for one third cah remainder payable In 12and 18 months with Interest from Mid u lien retained to securo payment The iicrsonal ty will be old for crib Sale will begin promptly lit IU oclock EDWARD AIC01IN Agent To Sell FarmsY- ou wuut to drop an udver tUfoiuiit In the lost iDountaln neWNpajier which b the Somerset Journal Two ouches one month for fl- In advance I J IAMIHULI Manager Soinurbet Ky OLD MOCK WHISKY George u Wouthorord bus a contract for Vatit OONTKOI MU SALU or Old Mock Whisky In Uttston e U 0 MOOK Danvlllo Ky SEED WHEAT AND RYE 1 havo 1000 bu hol of extra good seed wheat and 300 bushels of oxcellent rye for UullMand seesVttEuStaufundItyo Reduced rates via Southern Railway to Louisville on account of the Elks Pair Sept 17th to 20th The Southern Hallway offers best service to Louis ville from all stations in Kentucky and reduced rates as follows One fare for the round trip Sept 17 10 22 25 cud 2U tickets good to rciurn one day after date of sale It Fares for the round trip each day from Sept 17 to 23 Inclusive tickets good in tarn until Oct I 1000 For further parUoulars Inquire of nearest agent of Southern Railway S T Swift Passenger Agent Lexington Ky Um H Tayloa Asst Genl Pasra Agent Lnuldvllle Ky CURED OP C1IKONIU DIAHHHOKA AFTlmSOIUH90FSUlfKlUNG I Uflurtd for 80 years with diarrb and Inn I was past being cured foR8 Jiilm llullowny Of French t amIi Vise I hard spent so mac time and money and gullcrcd to much that I had given up all hopes of recovery I was feeble from the uflects of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor could lint even travel but by accident IWIIS ncrmltted to find n bOltlIf Chamber tins ollCfCholera and Diarrhoea remedy and after Inking several bottles 1 am entirely cured of that trouble IRIn o pleased with the result that I Rill ana ions that it lie In reach of all who suffer as I Lava Furealehyt raig A locker Druggists Slanfoid Ky We will p y Mivr wrrkaml xp ntii for nun andIIIti awp KXCEWIKi MKO 011weua Kn IXJXT FAIT TO OO TQ JOHN J ALLENS SALE on Saturday Sept 29 1900 You will find nargalus In Slock Crops Ira plinentH IlnoTobacco ti BIG CATTLE SALE Also Horses Mules SHeep PKKKVVILLE KV Saturday Sept 29 1900 T II English Auctioneer Small Farm For Sale timll tang dtiutet on tin dunlonl A Somrr tntt pike near huts ul fur sate llnldeaca mod oulbulldlns fairly sold purely water K PAWIM SiHr Ky MUSIC LeSSONS fly an experienced Intlr music teacher par term of live mouths 3 hour lesaous prr week cult at Mrs Struubn TOWN PROpeRTY FOIL SALE I ilo lr to oeLIlrbally the re ence I now Ot euT ou Cutair til The heave Ii a new writ lout twastory grime of elat ruouw Modttn ylo The iir Hit l enniprlin over tx aciM of good lammltadl glralsrrfor hones and ro- wFtecsivrnldoorelse hydrant water Prhei dr liUK liwd euWe terrains yenta and all utlirr noMMarjr no bulhllod Oulj toe bucdrud ardllrwu aisle SI auford Kr WIll uii or addrua sits II W VANDBPKKI MauforJ KT a FOIL VIE Olt K32KT renty acrm o lauJ S mll from Das Tllliiur ovule t SUufonl pike flea cite culayrof3ronna lull and voranJa Necessry- uutbuildiagsahundvmwoer Fuller cell on Uanrllle Ky SHORTHORN HULLS l I hue two rrgUlerfJ Wurymr old ih rltiorn bbll for IwtU iv and tine breeder and foiut uIlOC stock ot lath sex subJcc to rtuliltr teat will tall cheaplhuboneufthebull mlanv01- thsothul FELANf J A ALLEN c C0f Contractors And IBoilders STANFORD KYatin now a complete stock of Ilulldlng Material Yellow Ilno Flooring Oeltlilg noon Sash mind ell kind of Dressed und Itotigli Lumber Shingles and Steel Rooting Lot oust Posts ic We mnkoritlmatei on nuy kin Jo work wanted Office opposite Dr L III Cgokak- THE UEROR GRAIN DRILLS l Are Still In The Lead Buy it and youDwill make no mistake Also the 0 lamaValley l Fertilizer We have been using this for several years with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY n Last CallSeason Nearly Over All Summer Goals go at Greatly Iteduced Prices 50c Shirts Now Go at 38c f Shirts at and 75c l2 Slippers at 135 150 SLIPPERS AT 1 II Slippers at 75c 50c Underwear 38c25- cUnderwear 19c Straw Hate at half their original values This will not appear again but the goods will ba hew IJfo 191 UIrn HD1Ir ttl iij tiiu9F i NEW GODDS NEW GOODS I LGi Come let us show ou our new Full dress gods such asi Ii1 Serges Pebble Cheviots Broad Coths Frneh Flannels Perolfts Hoiilettas iiWnles Sorgos etc Our tock representq n1 the new weaves Dod i1r Stae9ishades Rod at us low prices liS can bo bought adywbere In the United m SEVERANCE JOppostce Court HouseI1iEk i5 W The above cut shows our No 635lloyal Worcester a short glovo fitting CorHtoC made of best sateen handsomely trimmed and sold at 81 Another popular uumber Is our DOWAGER CORSET Universally conceded to be the greatest and best corset ever produced for stout flg tires Before having your falldresa titled first select a good fitting corset Vehave then and want to soil you We also have other popular brauds now In stock GiVe us n call we can please yourIi Ii Stanford Female College STANFORD Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 t Thorough courses in Literature Science t Music Art and ElocutionFWrite for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres EIN1E11JUURNAL t Intend n the pottojjlce at Stanford as- seeondc1PU matter P alUsi PER YEAR CASH tar Wbonnotopaidm000wlll a barged KNOXYILLE DIVISION 21 Train joint Nortb M a m 26a a TTIIIIIITI 2 a m 2iII South 1J Sa k 23MM Mll52 p m For ailiPotnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 1J ArrrtYeut Stanford at 108 No 21 Loire Stanford at 210 No Arrlre at HowUnd at 1200 VAT No 22 leave Stanford at 230 P QUEEN CRESCENT TralniKoIng South pat Junction CUr No II on not stop No 3 1150 r NoB 1122 No r sO5 r OoingSouth No2 tOMnt stop No4 848 AI No 6123 r X No19 6 FRANKFORT AND CIHCIKNATI- Traln leT Frankfort at650 AM 340 rII1sad r Jl connecting at Georgetown with the Q d 0 at V30 w and S4i p reaching Frankfurt utter connecting with Q AC train et 1120 ii710p and 915 r it The Utter train troves for Qcomtown at 715 P J It NEWTON Ul A SOUTHERN MlrWfYI tlW KENTUCKY Ca4e Stbldife N tffit sty 10 IMO BASTOOCND NO L NO II iLouisville TISam 400pnv 7a5pm Ar Shelbyville910am fi33pm Ar Lnrencettc 9COam 8 pm IIC IIII Ar Vernalllea taieam Ar texlnrum ia4am TlSpmltascn aeivOUaa a a N 0 Lr 435pm USam Ar Veraalllea756em rtam Lareneebc SSOnra kVpinl OWarn IAr ShelbyTllltw 91Om 430am LouiKTUla I040am 740pml 780am KASTBOCMO WiaTBOC ft Ko ISIN UI DTATTOWS NDI2NoR4itpm 745am rn LnuI yU At eSJpra ia00 m IY L rnrbrfArJ MOpm aiOain 7I 1043am 440pm 7araTKpmliaUamlAr Uuncta Lrl 430pm 71aTll mwsT OtlNt- lfta 15 110 e1 IITATIONL fNo la ftNn 6t 40DHn 746am LT Loutarll Ar 1040am iropm st39rsa4TprnTldpra lllOum AT Midway Lv TSOatn Lamm T4iptn nrm Ar Georctn tTl 70totni 1 upm YASVIOUNU wa9TPnPIA- ItNo I aTAT1iqtr0 aisNi 1 745utn lefpmlLv Ix ul t11 Ar ia4Um 74tfr iI11ahwn 4npra oar 603pin IAr Iziln Lfit 16rpm 8TATtOHB tT Ix jiprVa 1jipAr Lulo mllQI- nirJ li yju 1Jp 141j- Ar Ahrrllko VXaai Llipt Ar Favaeesb MV lDlaropmA iii- An Atlanta Inro ttfJ4IUJI Ar Macon 12a5am 2P6pta Ar Jaokjxmrllto 830am luiona xviS itnGa ftlOpm 80Aua Ar Ittrmltgba r IOIt6pm 114m Y11111ArNo I Uirouehl eylnK mr LoulsrUlo to Illr singbam via Lctlnntoa anti Cb iunooica Na Q sae obsrvsttoa ehalrew LoulsrllU LoxingtotNo obnrTktlon ohair ear Lexington IxiuUTiIla N ulerptncrar Dlrmtnghamto Loulfrllla Tla Lcxington All rains between Ixralirllla Lrxlnrtou and BurKin dally- Between VeroftUtoc tad Georgetown Noi II and ladallr Nos 7anc3 llytxc plSundi7 Between Venaltle NIcbolnTllls Rlolv bond and Irvine dally txcepl Sunday tDally except Sunda Other trains dally rSQAKXnNM VPftOM J M CUIPT Wahlnct n D C Washington DQ WATuRKOI A WHILTATUXAG Wublpgton D 0 LouUTlll Ky Cum erlannI Falls Hate I NOW OPEN Fare better than ever Fishing season in full blast Daily hake to and from Elation Lots of amusement A mode Summer resort Write for catalogue anti further particulars L BOWES Wait Parker Lake Ky BETW- EENLOUISVILLE and CI A6- 0California BEST LINE TO AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to RENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars lace Drawing Room Sleepers E U BACON D P A W Cor 4th and Market 8U IVouUrllU earIin the eyes of motDoctors nnd people tbtfcnwjreM possess at other times Perhaps that is the reason which has prompted a correspondent to write on the subject of doctors bills lie complaint that medical men are looked upon nJ wellnigh Infallible and that no doubt la why we accept in theircaee that which we would strong ly criticise in the case of others A doctors bills runs something like this January to June attending Mr Jones nnd family cIS SOs There are no items and no means of checking the doctors visits and the recipient after grumbling a little to himself or more often to his family pays in the dark Dut for some reason or otter it is quite different with the lawyers From them is demanded a very full and de tailed account of the work ictie and no client has yet complained of a want of alacrity on a lawyers part In complying with this demand There is rea ion in our correspondents complaint Many doctors do send their accounts with every visit set out in full but they are in a minority The majority con tent themselves with the formula given by our correspondent There seems no reason why a fullstatement should not be made It one profusion can do it surely the other can without loss of dignity After all most of us like to know what we ore paying for and though we have no doubt that all is right and that it is our want of mem 017which makes us fancy that we could never hue been as ill as all that yet detailed accounts would add to the confidence existing between the med ical wan and his patient Supervisor Tom B Smith of Urra Ill according to the Quincy Herald has something to report that may prove of interest to farmers nnd per ncresloflooked as if the Hewrfnn fly had ruined It he turned the tract over to his sheep for pasture They nibbled it doubt until it looked as if no wheat was left When the sheep were taken out the grain took fresh hold and duly en mo to a head Now the fortunate supervisor has just finished thrashing the yield of 40 acres ond rinds himself in pos session of 1000 bushels of as pretty wheat nS vat ever raised In the county He auya Its jut Uke finding It He beJIeves that the flies were destroyed by the sheep and te roots th u took fresh hold- Chicago Ic oongratulatiiiK ittelf nnd wUJi good reason on the steady im provement in the health of its Inhabit ants JSfcord kept by the board of health fchovr constant decretive in the death rate during the last 20 years particularly among children Out of every 1000 deaths during the it quar ter of this 20year period 422 were those of children under five years of age During tide last quarter the number has been only 338 The gain is tittrib tiled to the diligence of the board of health In spreading knowledge among tho poorer people of the best way of feeding Infants during hot weather and to the establishment of dny nurs cries sterilized milk depots floating hospital and other admirable charities Dangers on the battlefield are not the only perils federal troops are called upon to face Those at Fort Snelling Minn dada shortbreathing time of it a few night ago during a violent thunder storm While light niiiff war dclafr its most terrifying stunts ont lae aoldjcra asked what wauld broom ei them nil if a bolt should strike th 12000 pound of powder at re4 U we fort Just then there was a Urrifyiac orach and half a dotes ot th m4 saw the ground ton vp tbs Id feet from the main eI powder Everybody cowered for an lutant sad it woe some tlnio before aay a WtoUied freely For snomtha pee one Bruos Uenner has bees oinlna mo ey by exhibiting In rariops parsaf the sunflower stale a feathr dg An unbelieving reporter wot view the alleged freak lie slyly pulled half a dozeu feather from the doge back but the animate naw winced Them It was iHsooTered that the dog had been covered from bend to tall with a tight fitting coat of Canton flannel on which pigeon feathers had been so skillfully sewn as to seem natural Uenner made his escape Lefthanded parties have been amus- Ing some of the Chicago staynthomes during the recent hot season The invitations written out with the left hand and the host greets with the left hand instead of the right hand The guests must drew pictures or write with their left hands anti prizes are given for the best nnd worst ef forts In Ohio they have revived a half forgotten law against keeping native song birds in confinement In one month 23 persons have been arrested in Cincinnati for this offense and thousands of birds have been set free Referring to the shirtwaist men they broil not when they go out to take a spin and Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these or OHIO CITY or TOLKDO V1IllAKNJ nlr dotCudoraaroreeallnlllhsl Mid Una will par Ihj turn of IHILLAHS tr och and fiery iMofCTAaHH that cannot Le cured tlie Ute flULLHCATAIlUll Cuss FltASKJ OHENHV Sworn to before me and ubtcrltd In nay iin this Cth day o Ucccuilwr A t 18- gAWIILI Ul olIlIllleIacts directly on the blood and iuueuue urlc or the system Send KJ CIIENBYFll ISold by Di uq lau tau ttiultj 1IU are the lat r 4k Uercnd Her Skill I have been reading your adver tisement How to make ones self beautiful said the caller nnd I have come to you for advice and assistance What can you suggest in xny case 1 The dermatologist studied the face before her and iihook her bead The only possible help for you madam she saidwill be n reincar nation Chicago Tribune A Ilualnv rroii ltlon I think its menu she sobbed you might give me the money I ask for I dont think you care for me at all My dear said her close husband MI care more for you than all the money in the world Youre worth your weight in gold nnd Then why dont you give me credit for what Im worth Philadelphia Press The Titled Wooer He was caitlnrhls net for the heiress And all were quits willing to bet That there wasnt much doubt It would land her Coro nct- Phllaitelphia Press Tim SEUPRXTS TOOTH Auntie Yhom do you love best Dolly Mamma AuntieWho next Dolly You Auntie Who next Dolly Baby Father from tho bookgroundAnd- when does daddy borne in Dolly About two in the morning Sketch Jnil Like n Inn Mrs Qrowella Oh dear I feel miserable again thlll morning Mr Growells Im glad to hear it dear Mrs OrotwallsC uat Glad to hear that I feel miserable Mr Growells Yes for a woman is sever happy unless she la miserable Chicago Dally News Xu Hope Mrs SplnksrI cant pay you I have not a cent Perhaps my husband will have some money when he gets home I believe hes gone to a horse race Grocer weeping Alas madam you are mlMnktn It was not a horse race he went to It was a church fair N Y Weekly A Catc- hIISek1 haul my house broken Into last wlek- WlekltYou dont say so Lose much Hicks It cost me a dollar to get the lock repaired Hereafter I guess I shall have to leave the door unlockedBos- ton TrtUl crlptjlib Uxhnnntlnn Pose Henry had to go to bed after that visiting clergyman went nwayIWhat was the matter He prostrated to give the Clergyman the Impression tnnt he was a pillar in our church Chiooga Record A Carlo Distributor Oaten has pnapoUnx W a girl by Ittee TrTia m kea yo so timid rWhy thro girt im this town have my trend pr psal hinging up in their sDetrlt Free Irsaat The UnlUir resala Yvwtr LadyLeroy MS Aadow- 1Kaa fw4 la Ur uncle yt eame face to fame wiik a Ufr Ool That did you ff pILieca Trweter pTOdlPhoo- po IL4t Y Woek- hagltsh Pllteacsa TteopHXOU4ie mar Late y trees poua lftNoTraapThCt1 Iii TC to call on you to gleptyour wateJi sad IuoaeyTit- Bits 8jronsr lunKlMB lon Ghf Mr JidfrleVt writings show a great dMI of Imagination dont you think IfoYec they show that he imagine he coq write poetry Philadelphia Press Advice I suppose that in order to get on ic public life a man ought to study polio icaleconomyNo Dont try to skimpyout legislature What you want to study it polltlcalliberality Washington Star Not Admitted tier Husband annoyedYou buy BO many things you dont want Mrs BargynHunter sweetly Xol at nU Indeed I doubt if there Is any such thing Puck Tlinta So Lightning never strikes twice in Ult same place you know How can it when generally Itdonl leave enough of a place to strike N Y World lied t lie Coitlil Do Hix What seems to be the trouble Dix Got rheumatism In my right leg Hlx Doing anything for it Dx Yes limping Chicago Dally New M110 nIGHT TO UGLIIIESS Tile women who it lovely In face forllln1Ielll- rer will always lure IrltnJi but one who bft attractive mud krtp her health If she is weak sickly and all run down the will Ix neToui and irritable lithe has constipation or kidney troll tde her initiate blood will cause pim kin crupiluni and a wretched complexion Etc trio III len is the bet medicine Id the or to regulate itomicli liver and kidneys and to purify eyeslmotbvelvetywake a good louklnit nit wlanao a rundown invalid Only W tents at 1enn Drug StartMonticello bas a dbmooratlo club of 101 members J P Harrl nn la prsl UPnt IV T Slii cicnii rluJ H Berrv ireiieUrtir c Southern Mutual Investment Co f OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 pnid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Kcserve mid Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond Blf not write to tlio home office for literature or call on our nearest agent for an explanation of Its terms ami conditions Some of Its Strong Points It returns f150 and five per cent interest for the average time for ench dollar paid In 2 Stock taken now will nil be matured in front eighteen to twentyfour months with a large part redeemed in a much shorter time 8 It U matured In consecutive order consequently nil element of chance Is eliminated Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin the sooner will your couponsbeftln to mature For further information address A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary J C UAIIEV Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store t Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines State College of Kentucky+sea The Agricultural and cllalcal Slate College College of Kentucky offers the following courses of 11111vlz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical IWoloplcal Mathematical Normal School Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of a hid extends over four rears niul lends 10 n degree Past courses ofgraduate study art al jimvidid lending filch to a masters degree E of study la prolessorsCoUnty Pjtpolntces receive tuition roam tent In tlermllorlfi fuel nnd lights and if they remain tun months traveling expens modernIhill gymnasium for men- liitsrytactics and nn n IK Itlipr4 ct4Iurtdltrtdrad1y trfHtfO- raihintes from the fevo al cotun of utiitly rrtdlly find excellent rKMlttonn and liberal remuneration The demand Is largely In CXCOM of the ability ol the college to supply Last year tho matriculation list was 563 For rata ogues method of obtaining appointments Inlounatlen regarding courses of study and terms of apptoJAhEti ONIhDLLB1realdcnt- Or to V E M UNOY UttgineM Agent Fall Termtflcglns Sert 1O 1900 Cincinnatis First Fall Festival September 19th to 29th Industrial Exposition Monster Floral Parade Fireworki and Daily Concerts Modern MidwayPlaisance Athletic Carnival and a thousand other attractions Low Rate Dont toEveryThe FestivalAttend Ask Agent Queen Crescent for Particulars- W 0 Rlnesrson Genl PastcnRcr Agent rinciunati O asNlUupaFour Fast J 1 = Trains M cis TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS t 4VT7 4 tIns every wukday 3 trains on Sunday Pullman and Wagner Sleepers on night tralst Vestlbulcd Parlor Can on day trains = train ry weekday ry we kday CHICAGO 10 4 twin on SucuUy ToINUTAMAPOUII43ttna on Sunday TO I Vestlbuled trains Standard and Compartment SUeplnp Clr rnr rCnrfona DiuiiipCnr i v I POSTED I hereby notify the public that my laud Is poet ed and that ermlt no or trenaii tnrhodlalbfIlIeueototlbell Wanted To Went A good Kami containing from ISO to 50 acreH AnvEHTiHiu Iancn ter Ky POSTED myfarmKrlgerKrfarm on luck C whateverFuau FARM FOR SALE plendlJlAlo Morelandand good tenant house betide ncccMar outbuilding Splendid orchard good well and two springs Terms easy W IIWK1QI1T Iluttoovllle Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Milledgevillo KYI 18GoodLUTE A CO W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Tooth Extracted Without Patti KM With 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