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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALt ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY HND FRIDKY HT 1 H YEAR L r VOL XXV1H STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 181900e 9 A M NO 57 ctl1 8 Danville Kentucky PAID Announceinent r All the weather projilioU nro predicting nn early Full nndwo nnnounc that wo nro ready with our usual full lines of Draw Good Silk ReadyIt wear gnrmouU mud Ladles Furnishing Wo invite everybody to conic nut MO what we have new 1 em Department In addition to other n1roollIIUCCcfllllinOi of Indies good wo will shortly open the largest and finest nMortmcnt of Ladies Pattern Hats Ever shown in this part of Kentucky While wo will havo hats of every price wo are after the finost trade and have the exclusive wile for this MO tiou of two of the moet celebrated line of Trimmed and Walking Hats in this country Tho hou w cater to the must ujcclusivo city trade and have lover Ixjforo had nn ngonry hero Wo will not employ a milliner but will have only Pattern Trimmod lt t and Hendytowcur Walking HaU Al will ho sold ilL our USUAL LOW PRICES We will next week announce the dayof our opening when we will have on exhibition over 300 hata null hope you will make arrangemonta to be present Tailor SuitsWo have this season exceeded anyof our previous cflbrts in this depart munt Wft will show a lino of 260 Suite onjbrncing about 75 rtylo end colon ranging in price from 3 12 CO to 585 In price wo boliero you will find our suits from 250 to 10 less thnn elsewhere nnd in styleaad tailor lug unfUrpiwcd any prico- Marchnntat who do not curry these snits can Mini their special ordiin which will lie filled for leas prico than any city IIOUBO DresS Goods Wo cell wseJjalattention to our line of plaits Yenhiiuid and Broadcloths which we hue in a hull range of colors from bOo to 58 per yard Wo also I show the popular Zibelliaw Iaon Cloth and Pobblo Cheviots in all colors Plaid Hitok Goods and fino nil wool Cjushnorw for short skirts in 15 stylo from 125 to 82 per yard m 1tJ 4 s its Early buyers got tho pink We have Boas Chester Scarfs Storm Collars and VictorincH trom S L 50 to S- JoDRESSING SACQUE i In 10 styles jn Rod Pink hue Gray and lloliotropo from The to BI5BO t French Flannels The present craze is for Shirt Waists and Sncqucs We have the gnnu ingimported direct from Franco in3i styles t in addition to solid colors Our styles arc cur own rlA r 8ttV Danville Kentucky L IlEPUDLIOAN INCONSISTENCY Just on tho tliruslioli of another presidential campaign It will bo pointedly Intorcstlnp to exhume omi of the nfusty prlnclplss of the grand old puny under wboad autplces throne the Inliuuuoo of thu nalotod Abraham Lincoln tho Chronole was rounded In 1601 within a month after Lincoln arrival In Washington It remains to bo tostoU whether In citizen who have formed cortvlCUOIlI ua Mc Klnloy deolarod his vtewg to be wit follow calmly and without a blush of sbutiii this record of Inconsistency viz 1888 The republican party la In favor of tho UM of hush Bold and silver us mon- oefIrom Chlcaco Kepubllean National Platform v 1890 I have always boon In favor of tlrl free and unlimited coinage of the fit vor product of tho United Suites and nuve eo voted oa at least two occasion during the time I havo been In publl life With mo political and eco nomlc questions aro a conviction From Wm McKlnleya Letter to E S PtJrklDH 1602 Thu American people from tradition and Interest favor bimetallism and the republican party demand tho use of both gold and silver aa standard money From Minneapolis Republican Na tlonal Platform 1800 We aro opposed to tho free coinage of vllvar except by International agree ment with the leading commercial ou trams of the world which wo pledge nuraelve to promote From St LouU Republican National Platform 1000 Wo renew our allegiance to the prln olpleof the GOLD STANDARD and do Clara our confidence In the wisdom of the legislatiunby which a gold basis hue been secured We declare our steadfast opposition to the free and unlimited coinage of silver Plillndolpnla Republican National Platform Waahlnirton Chronicle FESTIVAL The First at Cincinnati Sept 19th to 29th Jr you cant go to Pari come to the Inrlt of America One Immlrixl thousand dollars have lieen Pet aside for the festtvltltfl of thu Mnclnmtll Foil Festival An Industrial Ilxptttlliou will be the loading feature All the famous permanent exposition buildings will be occupied They cover over KX000 square feet of space nnd will be tilted with now novel instructive tnrt Interesting exh bits Cincinnati or ginatcil ImluslriM KxpoMllons In tbe Lfuitrd Ntatet and the pr cnl one prom isot in bo more attractive and novel than ever before 1000 IN OOLD Will beg van for the beet Float In the grea Trades and Manufacturers Parade A gorgeous Mower Parade the greatest ipectaoio ever witnnrrcd In Cincinnati will he feature of the festival The laza will coyer both rides of the canal for many thousand feet filled with novel interialnmenlR from nil parts of Lh- pwtlrlJR now and modern idway Pal aunt INTIIK n i ATnrniNOK MCSIO PALL On of tho lnrgc l and moot famous audi t liiiun In American pptcticular allis gnrv will bo uivoo ritli grand rat and orfroiH tfrnrtj New costumes and inspiring nntein The nM ninii of the festival will be her aided hr booming of eunnon r using of- balls and the walcolMingeuruutodies ill honuriif the Hurvwit Quuni who e njnl harewill be tHSt on its way liivn lb a d who will he e Mirlud in rrae I de to agreed rvvvviion alp r tall NnvslAOtl eterwratr lire I pf4f mit lin nvlkln from iinvlnu 1ey nnpr Inlauli knd iitlir oUIII rtetlll have aneiel i trema- dv will hr setalalrL fr r de 1nt0 of a eat Mild ii a 1IIOHM in uurtr Alb etie la- ni n IIrnldIt17ifyllre r nrfiih b u i StirIn tbf r 1110- f cX rsttns will l byvia IJ seam Hiltlo nod l tnini a tqr dat ulwn tvuth e11 7 r ioll of tbo v fI II and N UI a t lat e HI3 LirC WAS SV Nr I 1111 prnitaeiii rI a nf nDiil k it u OiUrful di ti r IT fr nl ksseAwh inlollog dig h asI we 11 1ih r ph klFTir thAt nu Inn Vie uwo In lh bear b rviKd I a w cw- tIa1aurtsnrhap iuaa authllghew41OII IrawatAtamain dt of tbnallfplI hen I 1111111 RIeMa w ftvrv I bteItftIII r HI lonilouiil tiiuwit and non- au well a I on t tun much In lit irlv Thl nwFvellou imdlflne h the Burrs Ia1 iulck l cut In lb world Inr all Thnnt ainf Tnnibo lUKiiur Ire rnl and tL- IrIaI tvuile free at Icanjri Jlrull fliorj every W ill tcuurtuiml Tne work of burning bodice at Gal Vloll In Btlll going thoy heulg lurrluil Ui tile Ore as eoon all poimlble itfr MIn t taken from tho water Gun ilcKhtian gives an eatltmtto of 10UOO nil In Cxlveeton alooo All up and lown tau coast thero was lofso Ilfo Whnt most people want Is something 101Mallllenlt whn in need of a phs 10 Immhrlama Htomuch and Liver ablets till tho hll to a dot They are ssiy to tako and pleasant in effect For ellp by Craig A Ilockor Druggists A mi uI1n 0 IH tlir p N1IIIf liiiif iifr nf whlti Ujiii rtan- toe jail uuU t1oh ray lynt bed IUULU LAHCASTER Wards flouring mill has shut down on account of the scarcity of water Messrs Hiiydon Leavell Leo lfugl and Henley Bablln ire etlll on the slok list Miss Llszlo Whorrltt of New O loans Is visiting hor brothers lIJoHr William and Tom Wberrltt George M Overman representing a Lout vtllo Inn baa opened a piano and organ tore In B W Harris room on the public square with good pro pen for business Mlrs Marietta Crow hOB returned o Louisville Mr and Mrs J W Mllli und Mrs M D Hupboe went to Loch vlllo Sunday on a pleaturu trip and to visit relatives Hone R Frank Poako and A E Wllleon are both billed to speak here next Monday and there a etron probability of u joint debate If It does occur the democrats will bet heavll on Pcako Marshal Pierce arrested a colore boy for stealing 85 from Ed Gaines cash drawer An altercation betweo Ed Minor and Allen Ucazley resuhe in u line of ono cent against Mr Minor us he strupk several blows G S Guinea has traded his storeroom valued at 84C50 to James A Yeager for a livery stable In Danvlll valued at 35050 the difference to bt paid by Mr Guinea It Is reported that Mr Ycaeer will movo to this city anti Mr Gaines will move to Danville It Is suggested that the prospective weddings on Lovers Lane all como oft at onco to as to enable Clerk Dun can to buy a now hat and then the same ceremony will do for all thu saving money for the happy couples to start on tbe Journey of double blessed new No company has appeared at the opera house which gave more perfc satisfaction than did the Herald Square Opera Company All the people were delighted with both performancer Although tho receipts were 8160 for iwonlght the troupe Ion money liS their expenses are 880 per day Democratic camp tires will be built In every precinct to this county A club of 250 names was organized at the courthouse on Saturday evening A D Ford was elected president T B Roblnton vice president and R L Davldscui secretary The boys are all In good trim for tho campaign and they expect to place the county In democratic ranks After a lingering linear Mrs John p Adams died Sunday night at the ago of 37 yiittrn Funeral services will bo held al tho Buckeye church today Monday ut 3 oclock J M alter which the romutoB will be burled In the am fly burying ground Deceased was a member of the Baptist church and she had many friends on account of her excellent traits of character She was formerly Miss Lizzie Burton being a sister ol Mr Wm Bnrton ef tills city Tho most navav0 man on the Kentucky press Is Editor James M Allen of the Cjnlblanu Democrat Hoar his threat Prof Yerkps attacked Editor Will Remington io tbe lattere office it Porte Saturday Again we warn the belligerent public that it Is dan kerous to attack a newspaper man in his own den The first eon of n pun that jumps on us will find hlseclf shot full of holes with tbo shooting stick and stabbed to death with the bodkin Heldus being beaten with the mallet and run through tho cylinder press A preacher at Fort Scott lu de llv red a brief but truthful funeral str aion the other dnr Hero It It A word to you all Post mortem praises are in the air People kiss their dud who nevnr IIIIP to wire their liv log They hover over nn open casket in hyeitriunl cube but fall to throw heir arms urimtid choir loved otes who are QghtiOif the stern battles of life A word ol cheer to the strugullng soul in life U worth more than all tho roses of hrldrnduai piling high over casket cover UhikiiiberUinrfPinnhifaim applied ton cut Mmes burn scald or like injury wii instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in litH limo lh n any other treat ueiit Unless tho Injury is very severe It will pot leave a scar Pain Balm also HUM rheumatism sprains swellings and auieno Fur sa o by Crai A Ilocko1- JlljJ CAHD OF THANKS We desIre tu sxprtJBB our sincerest thanks to our many Jriuailj and neighbors for their kind and taoituful attentions during the Minces and death of our loved one We Jlllo thank Dr Steele Balloy for his untiring services May God richly bleD each and one of them Mrs s L Lewis uod amllyIAt Dixon VVnoii tlerron rode up to the residence of Htirloy Nail and told Nail that be had shot Robert Gib lion live times cod that tho wounded woo could bo found In a flx lJ near town Gibson died shortly alter a phy loluo arrived Herrou Is at large VOLUAKIC EHUPTIOIIS Are but hkln rob life of bo- rnuckkneArn1c4S tvecurrelhnalso Old Itua ilng and Fever tiorn liken Bollt Keloui war Cuts llrule llurm tk ldt Lbappt- UtIath Chllblilus Ilcal1Nlecnnontartb 1OU1Ilol and Only M en a box dire UtraniiMl gold by IVoif Drugglit aa ra If It lCd at- Dsurtitc jh 3r4t n l fur ill P BRODHEAD Find two better hotels In one tOWD than the Albright and Frltb ut Bro head and draw on the writer for 0 weeks board A lot of ua want tho Loxlngu Dally Democrat said Burvo Dune We know it will bo tWii blue nad thats what tbe democrats hero want be added Mrs J Thomas Cherry leayos tbt weak for a protracted visit to relativi in Fayuti and Boouo counties Her husband will muko u trip to tho oilli for goods white she is away James M Suulloy who Is stuffyln telegraphy hero is gutting the buss nebs down fine and can send uudro cuiyu ubout at fast us the rust of ttiau tie will get uu olttcu bdloru lung L Thomas Stewart the busiest an ecu ul tbe cleverest men lu Uoouctti Uu was hero from Wiialo Suturdu taking up lumuer Llko all of thu UouKuuatlu blowuruj Tom U u true UiuuTuo fulr company has sot yet tlculiu ea udlvtQuua but there Is said to lIl onough money lu tnu treasury to au elute one of M to 4U per cent Conia urablo ul the money will go lo Improv- Ing the grounde Airs Dr L b iiurdtu euya the IN ruitioit JOURNAL Juliet to moutiou tae taut tbut sou tOOK tbo premiums lot ailtc quilts and embroidery ta the tau Her wurk was pronounced by guui judges to be very hue Tbo normal aemouratlc majority ut UroabeuU precinct is 35 but lust year It was reUuced to 27 lee dumourut are counting ou currying tbu precinct ibid year Dr John M Ullilumo to toe cuuirury notwiilialuudlng Tbo menbuciid ol Brodbead art Frlih luna J Tuomua JDerry U S Watson J1 Watson J H Hilton Ur J M Mark Urauvlllo Owens and R W Wallln Their stores are uvl deuced ol prosperity uod u cleverer lui Dt meruuunta never bold gouda The L N has the cleverest Uluu of oUiemiB hero racy ure Agent Joe Farmer Night Agent W H Peitu and Assistant Agent J R Case Some l teem era pretty warm republicans but tliuy ate yeutletneu to ibu core and innlr politics CUD bu overlooked E B Protberoe formerly of this place dropped dead at Higgitisport 0 of beurt dlbeube Besides u wile four sons Including Mr E E Protberou lived here for years survive Mr Protberou was a good man nod u lwc miller Hu ran J H Baugbmun a Joe mill ut nights fur several inoum a yeur or HJ ago Tbo school hero conducted by Prof R L Brown cud MUs hobo Thur mond is progressing nicely and the army of chMdrun under their care are learning rapidly This Is the second year MUs Thurmond has taught horn and she Is as popular with the pupils is shn Is with parents Charles Ketsllng who had both foot mt oft In a railroad wreck at Bloom told a year ace running a restaurant at Brodhead and furnishing L N men with lunches He has cork foot but with the aid of a crutch and mini ets around almost us well nit tho morn orluonte of uc Ho furnishes some lays as many as 100 lunches Mr Parker and his crow of bed uring men are headquartering at the irlih Hotel bore and are furnlfhlntr the good people of this section with n yew and splendid spring which thev naiufacturc at Brodbead He awl hreo of his assistants are about n warm democrats as ono moots In u nonib of Sundays The democratic club J Hnrvp Dunn president and Granvillo Owen eoretary now has lit members This l s toad considering tho foot that the Club la only two weoks old and there tre only about 100 democrats In the Irodhoad precinct At tbe meeting Saturday night Mesur Tbarpe Wat s m Tyree and Clemonta made rousing pdifibei Tho next meeting will be told Saturday night week when one or pore speakers from n distance will ad best the clut- HAMBEBLAINt3 OOUOII REMEDY A GREAT FAVORITE Th soothing and healing properties of bis remedy its pleasant taste ami irouipt and permanent cures have made It n great favorite with people everywhere 11 is especially prized by mothers of mall children for colds croup an as It always alForiliJ nick reefrough as It contains no opine or other harmful d ng it may he given nt ontldenlly to a Itabv us town adult For ale by Craig A Hunter Druggists A dispatch from Wllllauuburg rays fugitive John Power who has beer raotlclog low at Horlan whllp our ounded by a bodyguard costing Mm 10 a day h98 decided to go to Vulnn uUo Ind to study law HlB reusonc for doing this are twofold Ho desires to perfec his knowledge of law andrc cure the protection guaranteed by GIn Mount siSHAnscs IROI HEKYS Wa the result orbit rptendtd health Indoml able wilt and ti ra niloiu ncrgr aN not louirt ifr Siouuth Urtr Kidneys end lluwfU ate jtofoM r IIynuwnttlleegnslltlwand tin ucees brlni Dr MlH The tyloper11erobr lu and bodf Only SoatltnnjaDrue Somerset has organized a big demo tlcoliiri with f H Waddle prenl J r Iy JVJwNnrr1ourlr L fWTlfOC 1 Of any of Our 70eoj Sizes run from 15 tip The OOn quality at inc Heres a chance to get cheat SbftU You can buy Our Tari Shoes At Cost We netd the room for our Fall Goods IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youro not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Siicc nv to J L Frohman t ro JAMES FETEHus- tonville w Ky Nice JM Dry Goods jlnd J olions The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys gladtoTrUSceS T Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reasonable Craig Hocker Stanford A C SINECQVTf CTOf a BUILDER STANFORD ICSHTTTOar make close estimates on work and perfect s tisfactioras to work II and as attest by any one of the many parties ior have builded duringthe 15 years have been in business here I a full stock of Doors Sash it Blinds Metal Roofing Rough laud Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc 5 I will duplicate any pricesjoffered c Q c G l HU Glotbing RUCI flat At Close ToClose Out New Is Your C ant To Oct I5arrnins In The Above rnee Geo HFarrls Cd THE FOX ART GALLE DANVILLE KY This U now the most up todate Gallery in Central Kontucky beau cnlly equipped with the marvelous Annstigmat Louses the nuw discovery In opt clenco I with lo say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of the very twist Designs iy jY1ouI4i1J9 atterns never soul In this locality before have to bo seen to bo appreciated 8 hie for framing from the slmllle photograph to the most elaborate palnti among the lot is the New French mouldings specially fq nllt cllcato pictures EmhrlllerNl Mate French Yalor Colors plrtureefthaf hire adainty IFlien in Danville call aud see us and get bur prlow- rill amen l ou money 121 Third Ftreet Opposite pQ8l Offlw DaaYI V1 r Xt ii Ite THE INTERIOR JOURNAL s STANFORD Ky SEPT 18 1900 r W P WALTON DEI1Oq l TiFTh PnaLlrtffIIUJAJIfS lIfO1 f SrI a For 1tceJrcaidena WUl K WiIlula r1 OflUinoi For fiorcrnof r j r W OECK- Of liit AWm For Coglria- aIROROR a GlTmERT Of Shelby TiIK flrat nenetmest Invariably exaggerate llio elTucts of great rtlsas like thu ooo at Galveston but this Stora has proven un exception to th It hue v pad tbat the number oMUes lost win oe far prputer tha first reported and the property toes apnslting In fact It Is Impossible estimate the nctiiul anti nonsequential property loss that wll ensue to thu city 01 the 147 export buiburi In the United Stales It ranked fifth In Impor Lance It wan the largest cotton ex porting point to the country und will hardly recuperate In time to handle the new crows which Is liable to cause temp Icatlon as It is probable that It s chief rival Port Arthur is too badly crippled to handle tbo crops This wll t throw tho bulk of this business to New Orleans which ofcourse will tax its facilities to the utmost as the large increase was unexpected Galveston 6 was also a great exporting point fo grain Its elevators had a capacity of 2710000 bushels and could handle 70 000000 bushels during the season The lumber Interest was nimnet ns tmpo- rtattas those of cotton and grain Tbo Ulubd on which Galveston is situated ana wniub bears the same name Is 3 0a miles long three wide generally level with an elovatlon of three to five feet bcadquari1821 The city was Incorporated la 183 and by the recent census was shown to have a population of 33500 It bad number of manufacturing Interests ecbools churches bunks and newspa pers and la the seat of a Roman Cath olio Bishopric It was slezed by the Union forces Oct S 1802 but reiHldcd by the Confederates Jan 1803 It has boon a remarkably healthy place having boon free from epidemic of every kind since 1857 With the excep tion of 82003000 lIre In 18S3 It bus hAd uninterrupted prosperity since the glued or tbb civil war THE editor of the INTEUIOB JOUR NAL Is overwhelmed with gratitude over the favorable comment of the ijute press on his acceptance of the position of editor Inchief of the Lex lotion Morning Democrat and takes this methoJ of returning bU heartfelt thanks We hope to be able to fulfill their predictions though we are fully aware of our lack of capacity for the magnitude of the undertaking of es tablishing a dally newspaper even with the strong backing that we will hafcIAN effort is being fn the Let Ulature to supplant the square wader the elcctldn device with a circle This would be unfortunate for the republi cans for the bulk of their voters being unable to read are compelled to depend on the device to see bow to Tote sod they would more than Nicely ml take the circle for a picture of a quarter as the price of votes wblcb would be tlO disappointing they would tamp ooder the rooster for spite TlliS is a great country la every par Iculdr We have more Urricorr Ute 11uf any patlon on earlD but etalately QUI disasters of which Galres l IIaEratifying though that the spirit of fene olence is alwayx sufficiently great 6 relieve the effect of the disasters as ar as it may be done SUCII disasters as the onu which bIcrtoken Galveston develop the beet id worst sides of human nature hire the humanity of tbe civilized arid has been touched and sontrlbu one are pouring ID from all quarters relieve the living those In charge i the ground have been compelled toI ill a number of lends in human shape prevent their robbing tbe dead TUEUBls no word In tbe Chinese oguage that conveys un Intimation ofI bat we term puthe opinion nor Is ere a synonym for patrlotlllmCourI r Journal The Is to Def Ideas and as tbe Chinese are isrttuteof ideas on the subjects earn they have no need of tbo words 4Go HlQHEit Is tbe title of an edl rial in which the Commercial Trl ne entreats the voters to support tboIpublican ticket Go lower more appropriate SPAIN to begin the 24 qolock Iy3 m Jan 1 It Is to be hoped that ttoI IdUlonal hours will enable that be ghted nation to catch up with tbeI occasion 8U1RT waist manufacturer at New irk baa failed already The fad was shortest lived of any of the silly es that have flourished for a season ATElz botntown Saturday Collec Yorkcs dodged the question again iix W whether he will pardon tho ueeus n convtclti und suspects by lIalnlthI peat that uny man who would say tnui ho would put don n man In advance of his election U not worthy of the suffrage of honest men apl If you be Have I would do such a thlug I beg you to vow against met Too chic Mr Verkes you hayo rend the testimony i the Powers case Will you pardon him or not Dont waltz around on your dignity t o much but answer catc urlcallv Arnt you pledged to par dou Asking Gov Beckbani what hem do Is worse than tbe Yankee wh would answer a question by asking an other Yes or no Mr Yorkes IN one of bill oratorical flights In In dUna where be U tho guest of a per jured governor Fugitive Taylor with tire lu his eye said as he mnotc his manly breast If I had the history behind me staring me in tbe face etc With an ordinary man this would seem the superlative of nonsense but nut MI with Taylor lit Is a regular Janue and history behind him could ttture him to the loco with little effort A deacon In the church bo put on a sanctimonious face In front while the one In the rear chuckled over the war he WWlllnll to have Goebel remot 1IIU thus uti tuft would buepoct him iMrapllclty In the intjrder Dr Je dtrongetor counterpart IK delving among tho otllelul paper ui Frankfort Seniwr George Ti Par rill came across told paragraph in Gov llrndlsyri message to tbe Legislature hl 1893 If tbo executlvo should deI terming to disperse the General As serably can any eaoo man doubt that anuretiy and revolution would be the neural and unavoidable sequence 11he question was so fully answered last winter at Frankfort as to make com meat unnecessary Gov PIXGUEE of Michigan says be- r will hold bU nose vote for McKtnloy end hope for the best By holding his n tae ho may avoid the unpleasant odor that attaches to the Mark Hanna ad ministration but hoping against hope Is B rather silly performance Tbe best plan would be to hit him and tbe trusts lick between the eyes by voting for Bryan who represents the great com mon people in the light on trusts and combines THOSE who have formed an opinion 8art tbe personal appearance of Gov J c W Beckbam by tbe newspaper cut s 1uf him would be agreeably surprised to see him as be Is lie is not tbe ion face sanctimonious looking sonofa acook that tho papers make him but a handsome Intelligent courteous und pleasant gentleman whom tbo e will make no mistake to reelect their chief executive KiCUAUD CltOKliit the head of the Ttnmany organization contends In a lengthy article that a boss In politics Is as necessary as tne boas of any business Judga T Z Morrow of Som erect laid that principle down In un elaborate and excellent speech a num ber of yews ago WHY should tbe assassination papers make light of tbe attempt on John S Rheas life unless they glory In that despicable work j All law abiding law loving citizens deplore any attempt at violence and thoje who do not are one idles to the State- PATTERsoNS creek In Whltley county will celebrate Caleb Powers birthday next Saturday bv a bIll repub lican rally Wo ruppoie they will re julco over the fact that he was given a life sentence Instead of having his flee broken SIXTEEN men were overpowered b one boy at Richmond Va while under the influence of hypnotism As the re publicans hive so far tailed In every other way to accomplish anything with 10 to 1 they had better try hypnotism TilE assassination organs have re newed their old howls boouuao the Jus Howard jury is composed of democrats They should remember that the repub licans on tbo Powers jury were more inclined to Nana him than the jury TIlE Philippine commission is to expend two millions of dollars In making roads and bridges With these Improved means for locomotlon our troope may yet catch Agulnaldo ISNT it up to Judge TInsley now to tell what be was congratulating How ard on Surely so good a man as he would not think the role of assassin put a feather In anybodys cap THERE is no longer any doubt abou- the republicans carrying the llth die trlct They have begun to flood It with money ana mobey talks THOSE dinner palls were evidently not Oiled with the right kind of food as strikes are springing up all over the country MAINE didnt go bell bentas usual but she went all the same republican POLITICAL Cove Beckham and McCreary spok to 8000 people at Mayfield yesterday It Is said that the republicans ar preparing to flood the Eleventh dIs- trict with money Bryan will make only ono speech in Kentuckyat Louisville Oct 0 He does not think be Is needed to carry the State bar democracy Tbe Louisville Brownies have thrown off the mask and have come out openl- t work for Ycrkes Chairman Roar leg Bill Sweeney In an address issued Saturday announces that headquarters will be opened at once and that the Brown won will begin an active campaign e a ExSenator Cannon of Utah who walked out of the republican National convention of 188 with Senator Teller has stayed out ilo Is for Bryan and Stevenson The action of the president and Congress on the Porto Rico tat Iff question Is big enough Issue by Itself for a whole presidential campaign and there Is plenty oleo Gov Bockham has appointed D F Logau and Capt E W Llllard morn berg of the board of commissioners of tho Kentucky School for the Deaf John B Stanchfleld the democratic nominee for governor of Now lock- o like the present incumbent of that of Gee is a wearer of noseglasses but unlike Teddys they do not distort his vision The democratic committee of the 7th appellate district mot at Ml Sterling Saturday and Issued a call for a con vention at Winchester Sept 29 to nom mate a candidate fur appellate judges County conventions will be held the 24th At tbe democratic conference at In Ulunapolls Thursday It was announced that the National committee regarded Indiana und Kentucky as the battle ground of the campaign and that both- o States would be thoroughly canvassed 8pel1kertld will bo hold on countykelday of Caleb Powers who Is In under conviction for conspiring to procure e Uie assassination of Gov Goebel Pat tersond Creek Is the birthplace of PoorllICol Bill Thorne UY8 I don t know who killed Goebel but If I was on a jury I would hang any man who hud a pardon in his pocket or tried to leave the State In disguise If The col noel is right Tho possession of such u pardon Is prima fuclo evidence of guilt flight certainly la Gov Beckham and Congressman Wheeler spoke at Bowling Green Frt day ought to what was probably thc largest political gathering in the his tory of the Third district The crowd was estimated at from 8000 vo 9000 people and the speakers were cheered with un enthusiasm that could hardly have been more pronounced It has been decided to amend the election law aa to require tnt tbe vo cur stamp lu a circle one Inch in olam cter under the emblem Instead of In square around the device Tbe object of too change Is to avoid tbe confusion Is to the square about the emblem und thcfquare opposite the name of tbe caudldate at tbe head of each ticket ovaIu in the courthouse yard Saturday euc whooPing and yol1ln for bis candidate After an allday whoop and hurrah it aswas finally agreed to divide tbe l votes of Laurel county among her throe candidates for circuit judge W N Brown received seven totes n C Itvort ole seven and W R Ramsey fourIrMr Yorkes is having good surd au diences at all his appointments A great many democrats are turning to hoer him So far be speaks only a towns that are reached by Pullman trains and where tboro are hotels that are froe from pad bugs and furnish a clean napkin with each course Com pared with Mr Taylor he Is a much ulcermannered man and he eats his pie without a knife using only his fork Ho never piers his tenth at tbo table nor puts his hand on his hip pocket to Illustrate civil liberty People are vary much pleased with his shape though be doe nottrivol on It but In a Pullman The general consensus among the plain people U that Ycrkns h u very nice man and among the edi ktore that It U not sate to say less for he has a big brother at Paris who un fiatsySomerset Journal rJUI HOWARDS TRIAL In his statement of tbo case against James Howard for absasslnutlng Goe bel Attorney Bun Williams said that the prosecution would show that W S Taylor determined to remove Goebel by violence that the deed was to have been committed Jan 2J but was postponed on account of tbe failure of Howard to arrive that be said on his way to Frankfort where be went with out any business whatever that they need a good shot down thorn and Iam gulag there that at London be con ferred with the circuit judge of the district and the county attorney of Laurel county und from bits of his conversation dropped there wo will show that these men afterward said that Goebel would be killed and that Taylor bad a pardon written out for willtshow by members of the household said Judge Williams what tbe mission of the accused man was The murder of Goebel was fashioned after a crime committed In too homo county of this defendant and ut which be was present The case I refe to is that of Tom Baker like Goebel shot from behind a window curtain trove the house of Bev White Baker had been accused of the murder ol Will White a brother of that noted family Howard was In the executive building when tbe shot was byethe rear way leaping over a fence to esetabllsh his alibi We will show you that the change In his appearance by the removal of his mustache was done for the purpose of changing his goner al appearance to escape the conse quenco of this crime Boward staid In Frankfurt till Gov Goebel died and whereybe was baluted a Jim I am triad to see you und want to congratulate you on what you did at Frankfort Judge Williams closed with the declaration that the defendant U proven guilty should receive the death penalty All but one the jurors are democrats and good moo Pat McDonald testified that a tow minutes before the shooting ho saw Berry Howard W II Culton and O W Luster In close conversation In front of the legislative building but as he could not say what they were talk ing about his testimony was unimpor tant The testimony Saturday was Intro duced tending to show that tho defendant as a reward for killing Goebol ex pected a pardon from Taylor for tbo murder of old roan Baker It was shown too that Judge Tlnsloy after the assassination congratulated How ard on the work ho bad done Llout Ricketts repeated the story of Youtscy placing guards in the executive build log before tbe asaaaslnatlon to aid the murderers escape John L Jones of Knox who was a soldier In Capu Nooks company and Is a relative by marriage to Howard tes tified as follows Howard slapped m- on e the back on coming up and when I remarked tUat I understood that Goe bel wasnt hurt be remarked hois I wits shot by a damned dead shot I met him again after the death of Gee bet and be said to me dldht I toll that ho was shot by a dead shut n said that whenever bo shot he shot to kill In answer to Attorney Owens question Why did you take so long to get up your courage to mike this state ment Jones ald I did not want to glee such testimony against Howard James W Stubblefield of Clay tel titled that Howard said to him When ever I look over the eights of my gun I always got meat or money one and in this case I Lava gotten both Wo have had hell at Frankfort und hnv cleaned up tbe pltttcr Bowman Gklnes positively Ideutl Qd Jim Howard us the man who es aped from the executive building after Goebel was sh- otiES NOm The city council of Lawrenceburg sent 150 to the sufferers at Galveston LaCroe reports the first rot of tbo e oi yesterday WtllUm Hulett shot and killed tae Jenkins at Lexlngtoi over a card trume Rear Admiral Uontcomery Slcard died of apoplexy at his summer home YaThe road populists of the Third district nominated II E Glenn for Congress New York city pas contributed 1134 394 to the Galveston rufferers Chica go has raised over ICOOOO dictatehIs dead at Gen E H Hob on of Greenaburg 8was chosen president of the Nations Association of Mexican votor BS John H Ludwig formerly of Bar rodsbur was given a lute sentence a L sxincion for killing Martin Stevens Doc Martlo a farm band Is In jail at Cliirkavlllf Tenn obargod with breaking his wifes nook with a fence rail stabtbod his oousln John Whttr todeat h In a fight which was the result of a quarrel over a woman W II Parker oolored of Montgom ery Ala Is attempting to establish near Versailles this State an Indus trial fur colored boys altd girls Paul Kruger has tied to the Portu guese territory and his action Is re gdrddd as indicative or an early end the honllltlus in South Africa Arthur MadUon Blabbed James Hill son In the head with a knife at 3omerr sot yesterday und he is in a dying con dition Madison claims self delons At Mansfield 0 Kphralm Bas ln gnr an elder of the Dowlo cnurch with two of his followers wag escorted to a train by u mob and hustled out of the cityCharles Wfnn who shot three men ut Dry Ridge Saturday night was re leased at WiHIamstiiwn on 1000 bond He claims that the men attacked him and that he shot in clfdcfen o Peter Hartman of Hurkel Ind was attacked robbed and murdered by three highwaymen on Van Buren street near State in Ohlcigo In broad daylight and his murderers escaped Order has been brought nat of chaos aT Galvestotoo florae card urn running and the water servfce has been par tlally resumed Morn troops have been ordered out to relieve the exbulI ted guards As a result of runaway at Richmond Mrs Napoleon Terrllla akull was fractured and she may die Her daughter Cricket suffered a broken ankle and a niece Luoy Norris was bruised about the face The signal service olllcors say that they notified the Galvestonlans in ad vaoce to prepare for the coming storm It a pity they didnt tell them what preparations to make so that they could have avoided tbe terrible disaster An ofllclal statement by MayorJonee of Galveston places the number ordead as between 5000 and 8000 Ten thou sand persons are homeless and destitute Relief Is being rushed to the Ill fated city from all p iris of the coun trY The National executive hoard of the United Mine Workers ordered the an thracite minors to strike yesterday Some idea of tbo magnitude of such a strike may be gained from the estimate that should it continue for two months the loss in wages will amount to 18 400000 loss to railroads 820000000 and loss to mine operators 120000000 It Is stated that the average wages of the men Is teas titan 250 a year being forced to mine 2700 to 4000 pounds for a ton and receiving concessions from the operators at all TilE Cumberland Falls Co made an assignment yesterday at Louisville The hotel and a small amount of land are Its only assets valued at 6000 which about equals the llabllltes CHURCH MATTERS Rev J M Bruce will begin a meet Ing at Freedom Garrard county next Monday night 24th The Somerset Methodist church Rev F M Hill pastor has had 107 additions In throe years bud only one protracted meeting Tho people of the Broadway Chris tian church al Lexington have em ployed Miss Virginia learn us Church helper of tbo pastor Rev Mark Collls For the dozonth or more time E BI Caldwcll Iho capable clerk of the Cumberland River Association has sent us the minutes of the body to print The body recently mot nl Pleas ant Hill church In Pulaskl when 21 ohuruhcs reported an Increasa of 103 members during the year Tho aeeo elation will meet next year at Flat Lick snatch also In PulaskI Reduced rates via Southern Railway Ui Lonis file on account of the Elks Fair Sept 17th to 29th The Southern Hallway otters hest service to Louie andereduced rates as follows Onu fare for the round trip Sept 17 IV 2220 and 80 tlcuets good to return saleeU awd for the round trip each day from Sept 17 to 28 Inclusive tickets gaol to eturn until Oct 1900 For further particulars inquire of nearest agent of Southern Railway S T S vlft Passenger Agent Lexington Ky Wm U Taylue seat Geb1ages agent Louisville Kys cms iscccmocs 11 Enndldnts fur MOVHIT of Llnctiln roan rntkeCEO A EUBANKW COUDtylbJutunI JABBES T JONES countytIl tVM JANDCSUVF li a countlll11bJct TKAUKti U WKICBCr- i couoIparty DINK PAKMKK aeluuyour ulllOrt PEPP1Ellda candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Cuuiitj IartBLUEGRABS SEED cadtrya L C OlNN Mr BiLIUKt FINE FARM FOR SALE Dr I W Lag1 him el IM lens of No INhtflnif Fork load U for ale rttalrlj li has UrgebhaeaaWMllng taloansdrelnrYlaal WuUcol woodland hd daahnn lxatelSlaafoNAlllllledc a sodIaMelYrntmeat For Sale Or Trade f oldOdClawptou honejii p irrUMi Sail A Cu inriiHU erlur lafoci1errTvlllrby TWO FARMS FOR SALE listing dedilftl to clung mjr Vocation I will Iprlritelr mf fOft which llr 34 of a floeNodlullhelaaee ort1eoJlrretane w tr at the duorr lwu Rood tnatwnt oullllllIIIwllbtuck waeMiitkothk the m It desirable Urn In Hilt end oft county CnOrchardmausCnlerehardSplugs All lu gnu wth a Ureealo aoJn almnJuiKV uf rater wit nelgbtwrllOOlla DIet tug In lInfnS Xy us Lnas al1cbcdorIt II lUtoNAUlHI CnbOnliird Kr DrsSIavin hillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Wilt bo In I anrJll andfrldiyiWill h in Stanford Tuehry Thursday and Sit SIofordUfaa OSTEOPATHY hehrlncipla rulIIOIfDOnoun manypartsate properly adjuitixl sod not omworktcl healthIt tot result- Sonteollhe dtaeaae treated Ly ItbelluIIwCalrrhNmllpetlonPliespch and Intetlaa troullw Joints Spinal CunalUltol lllotloH1SHir7nnU 1IFree FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY andtorW Logan Wood Manager tie Wa PARKHILL Ma D- HOMEOPATHIO PKYSIOIA1T Tr Parkhlll hM ImU ZOyeais1 eXi rle BIIIIolleand VlclllltV SplJclal luttUUD given to lieuoverhours tram I to S r OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN rsWo are actually selling gocda In some of our departments for less than our most roneoivativo buyers paid for them Bargain hunters are taking advantage of it Rte you one Of them Do you appreciate tho purchasing power of a dollar Do you know that your money will reach onethird further with us than with most any ol our competitors Dont doubt this assertion but como and let us prove to you the Iruthfulnew of it 10 Yards Of Calico For Only 35c Ladles Extra Long Seamless fait black Hoeo So Ladles bleached ribboned Vests 16a gradeu 8c Shirt Waists all styles your choice 30o 2 Boxes Wire Ilalr Pint 80 2 Papers of UrNs Pins u uNUNOw wbe6 Pair Mens Gray Cotton Hose 25c Suit Uena BnlbrlRgan Underwear n II 43c Dollar grade Silk bosom Shirts only 4So Ladles nicely trimmed Duck Skirts cut to 780 Mens MKllgno Shirts detached collar 880- Mous Elastic Beanl Drawers only 48o Linen And Crash Goods Mx 15 inch Check Towels only 8Jo- WxI5 inch Check Towels only PC per pair v i 19x40 Bleached Cotton Towels only lbe per pair 23x4 Blenched Towels Marseilles border n M bOo IH Inch lied Table Dam kplie 60 Inch lied and Blue Table Dauaik fret actor 2lo Shoe Bargains Galore Ladies line Oxfords imall slue only 38fl Ladles Black or Tin Oxford or Buckle fillppers all sizes only 4Si Patent TiplullYaco OxfoHs worth II60oulM 85e I Ladles ilcXamara patent buckle slippers worth f2 only 02c t I Ladle 12 sprlogheol button Shoes worth 12 go tor110Vlens plain or cap toe Drew Shoes worth ft 60 go for 03c Uena Btyilsh Vtcl Finished Shoe worth f2 reduced to 125ILadies Dongola Patent Tip ShoeseOnly 680IWhile these few prices are submitted remember that we are slashing and culling throughout the entire stock Our buyers are at present In tho Kaitera market and u me of our shipments are arriving dally Everything that Ialco new clean and t Bobby will alwaysbe found on our shelves Wlirn In dout fall to see tbe Newdlr by tic for high hand collars that are so popular everywhere We are making a special run oar them at 2Sc Louisville Store SALINCER BROS PRORS T 13 RAi rEisr MGR t LADIES I Do not forget that tor hand e the ieest hine Shoes 1 lit town You will find them Superior For ServiceCrAnd second to none for style i II SEEFALLSTYLES r Cunjmins 8 McGlary S 0S e I3 eeS e 0 0S eGLEANUP SALEa 011IWomens And Childrens Shoes And SlippersIA If you wnnt Bargains see our BAKGAIN COUNTEU w E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky t We w jJfBOBEBTS j DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful line of Stationery Blank Books of every description Office Long Distance Telephone Oo7Pee REST IS rilE IHE lnqir 1tr57ror71ranrTypeuriftny sSend For ifal tlctr 2LL r I f THE h INTERIOR JOURNE STANFORD KY SuiT 18 1900 E 0 WALTON BUBINIMH MANAOKH TUB boat nitttorluli combined with care skill and accuracy Insure good roaultd No other methods Bro over used In our proscription work Penny Drug Storu PERSONALS MUTUKO POWELL li visiting rela thc in Adutr- KLDimJos DAILOU bas returned train Ilirktvlllo- RKV R li UAIIONY wont toMt Vernon yesterday TIIOMAB U SIIANKB U reported to bavu typhoid fever Miss WILIII V DAWSON wont to LoulBvlllo yesterday MRS S K KLMOIIE or Livingston UniJoinph Irlco lollrroury W U AND PATTBHSON UNOKUWOOD attended the Mlddloiboro fair MilB OLKO llitOWM at Mt Vernon U at JOdiipn Price Infirmary IW II WIIAUHN of Grays spent with hili lioinefollca hero A G KASTLAND returned Saturday fr0tt a biitnw trip to the mountains t MIB8 BONA UAitiiiMAN went Ox fort 0 yiwUnUy t tabool there MIB6 LUOY MlLtMIt GtVBNS loft WMrday for Crawfordavlllu Ind re enter collage JOHN LUTHH of the Arm of Lutes f On went to Wllllamiburir tile morn Injf to buy eoltlu- MUSI W J DuUAUN and daughter MM Dora of Porryvlllo arc at Grab Orchard Sprluga I MISS ANNIE KVANfi Of lUnvlllc IjDIDed the Stanford girls for Ilolllns Initltuto yotlnrday- MHSSIIS FKUX TWIUWEU and t Walker Pinkerton of Huitonvlllc were hero yesterday Mu T W Eliaoifis condae a t produce vrarchouio at Lexington and t boards at thu Phoenix Mus Eo C WALTON and children arc standing a week or so at the Al BrodheadI Lexington Sat urday to pea his tow home a recently bought on Rand Avenue OHOHOII HOWAKD BHUCK Jit hai Mcepuxla Million with the National tlaret Co at New York Misfit MAKY AND SUfll SAUNtHUlS awl MUkr Saunders went to LouUvill SaMnUr to tU tbelr aunt Cot A 0 HAMILTON of King vlllB Cttsuda la expected tomorrow to skit ab MM Win Hamilton MR J U nitOttXtNOvrlfe and baby I of Sardinia 0 are vtiUlng her moth or Ur Magee ill Crab Orchard TWJKHKAKT P UOCKKH left lasv ulfM for Kmixvllle Ten to tnatrlen law at the Uelverslty of ToonsMtw- Mu J W HAYDBN U much pleased wltn hU btidfHMs at Winchester nod hU family Ii delighted with the city MH J W TUltKYir this county U holding down bit tower at Jyjicttotr while K K Owens U resting from 1atty t IS ALICF DIIYB who has been vlilUoc her brother near Lubanon hut riurud to her home ut Huston vlnetAlunoa Falcon MS UAUUIIMAN wee over to Lox ington Friday to sea his Naboth pacer whleh Scott Hudson Is training and toned him In goof shape MISS KDSA OAMNITX und Messrs Will Huffman Jerry Adams and Ceo Ulnwlddlu of Huolonvllle wont to the hop at ShaUortown last night JAMBS Guioxv Caseys clever our cult clerk was here with bis wife Saturday Ue told ie that the Liberty fair declared dividend of 60 tier cent MmsHB DOHA AND CATIIIWINK lUunilMAN left yesterday for UolHiiH1 Iimluite Vu Mr and MM J W Hatmhmun wont with them to Lexing ton Ray F W ALLHN und family left Yesterday for MUtourl whore ho will visit frlendu and attend the various U Boclnllona lire Joseph Oallou will till berg Sunday 1MISS MAlt HUNULKY loft Friday to tour St Catherine College near Springfield lIar father Mr J S Hundley accompanied her und spent few days with old friend JUDQB FRANK A UULLOCIC of Lox ington was over at Crab Orchard Springs Sunday again Surely there must bo a woman In the case to take him there two Sundays In euccc dlon- Dii TOM Don ON thu Lincoln coun ty Eeculaplus who has a obeory word for all was among his friends and kin Monday and Tuesday last Tom says Weve got IIIarrod burg Oem t ocrat W B McUoUKliTS and wile J F Cummins and wife Mrs George D Wearen and flu Jeanie Wearen and Misses Dora and Mlnnlo Straub took Monday mornlnea early train for Lou Seville MH JAME3 MAHET of Mt Vernon telephoned ua that Mr W J New comb who U connneted with the South ern PaclQo ut Galveston and who was reported dead has turned up safe nnd sound STANFORD U to loan two more cltl zens to Danville making 37 that bavo left within six months Mr and Mrs Thomas Dalton will move there soon Mr Dalton having secured a good stand tboro for a jewelry business DANVILLE got another estimable Lincoln county family D 8 John steno of West Lincoln boughi of Will Salloo his residence on East Main street for 8400 Ho cornea to Danville to get advantage of the citys educa tional Institutions and other gpod things too numerous to mention Miss Mamie Carp inter of Lincoln is visit leg Miss Pearl Faulconer Advocate IlBV W M DlUTT Is attending con ference al Nlcholaavlllo REV J D CHOUGH and family left yesterday In private conveyance lor Hart county to visit relatives TUB Advocate says that County Clerk John D Nichols has made John G Lynn of this county his deputy LOCALS NEW Jewelry received Embry ICnplotnan WILL give 10c per dozen for fresh eggs Hill k Dock WE want yo lOaIcr dozen Higgins k MoKlnnoy W W WITIIUUSleaking elJme- nlco improvements on the interior of his store THE mercury was down to CO yester day morning a fall of nearly 60 since Saturday Tim next teachers meeting will be held at Ktngsvllle next Saturday Do euro to attend Wit aru headquarters for coul hay corn outs and all kinds of food J H Haughnmn A C ALWAYS reliable goer Shoos In all tho now fall styles and leathers at Sv ranue t Sons CAST range with stool ovens atcom moo cook store prices Satisfaction guaranteed O H Farris ft Co Flint SiLVKtt JOHNSON has fold his farm on tho Somerset pike two miloa from town to Thomas Duddtrar for H000Ntity Percales french Flannelettes Eiderdowns Caliones Flnnnalollus Bddy Silks Sateen c Severance t Sons THE woven wire mid plckctt fence Is the most economical fence on the mar tat Oak pickets Calland see thou A C Sloe TllFHi will be a meeting of the hop- club Thursday night for the purpose of electing new officers A full attend taco Is desired LURLIE tho little ton of Joseph Haz etc fell from a tree Sunday breaking his left arm and cutting an ugly gash In his forehea- dMDULRBUIolionGeorge E Stone of Liberty will address tho demoarallc olub at Mlddleburg Saturday uftornoon 29 BlUTitMliKit 22 Is the last day for m- la claims road pike or other kinds against the county No claims will bo nlMl afwr that dine G H Cooper Uric DWKHCIATION W Dudder ar Hild for Phil Soden two houses In Ntwdmore to a Mr Johnson of Mol oar for 1350 The houses coat tSOO ouch eight or 10 years ego WHO Somebody In Louisville has eat to the xmollce hem a monoylId rice for t 8 but bus soot us no order to draw It If thU moet his eye be will fuvor us by sending the order at onto Till democrat of the Godhon sec lion are requested to meet at Gusher ahoolbouie text Saturday afternoon for the purpose of organizing u Dryun Stevenson IJeckham and Gilbert olub I WjLL sell sam c household torah Lure uonbUUng of beds mattrasne chairs unJ ants of furniture at the Comranrclal at MoKlnncy Saturday 22d Salo begins at 2 oclock M W A Trlbble 2t COL JOHN W Y reswill upeuk at London Sept 21 Manchester 27 Mt Vernon 20 und at Uarrodsburg Oot butBkip4 Stanford Is he afraid that column of questions will bo tired ut hem should ha appear hero l SlHAKiNO Hon Georgo E Stone of Liberty and Col W G Welch of ihlo allywill address tho people at Uuetonvlllo Saturday 22d ut 130 P M In the interest of the democratic ilukot Do fcuro und hoar them UUSTONVILLE Iwill have a cutter Alth me from The Globa Tailoring lout Cincinnati tbu21l and 22d Come tnd sou the bust line for thu leust mon ey ever brought to Hiutonvllle und let me make your fall suit and overcoat A J AdllmllIIVIOLA yearolddaugbter of Bon F Routen died Saturday afternoon ot a chronic dltuaao of the throat which gave rUu to the report that she died of diphtheria Great sympathy U felt for the parents In their heart breaking loss DOYLE county democrat were fool IDs mighty good yesterday over pros pccta of democratic success and they unhesitatingly say they will carry tbo county against Mr Perked A splen did organization li being effected and rood reports from Little Britain and tbo country surrounding may bo ex pected OUR democratic club now has 100 members said Mr J P Wilkinson of Liberty to the I J representative at Danville yesterday and It la grow lull dally We are not going to lot the republicans have their way in Casey this year ho added ion J Doyle Stone Is president of the club Mr Wilkinson la Its vice president und J Watt Drown secretary and treasurer haves no fair utter nil Too fair had been extensively adver tWd to begin Sept 25 and a premium catalogue bad been printed und clrcu Itttud The fairs heretofore held have not been as successful financially as tbuy should hero been because of the liberal purses given and fear of failure In this direction was one of the causes of the action of tbo directors at this time d STOCK of Guns received Craig Hocker NEW designs In Jardinieres just In Get II Farris k Co WE corns und bunions with Hunans shoes J P Jones We need our y socks send thorn in at once If you dont expect to pay for them J U lUughmaa Si Co Pout a strictly llratclass medium price sowing machine buy the ball bearing Eldrldge U from Higgins lol 1nneyIITHE Warren Grlgeby Chapter U D 0 will hold an important meeting Wednesday at a iv M A full attend ance Is desired SOLD OUT Aesecnor C Granvllle Hakcr bus sold his stock of goads ut Klngavlllo to W L McCurty and will quit merchandising THERE Is oat a colored person In the town of Hrodbead and no colored fam ily lives closer than four miles Of course tho town In democraticI THINK this Twothirds ot your life Is pont In your Mines The most comfortable shoo worn la made by Han an k Son Sold by J P Jones CONQRUSSMAN GlLllERT spoke to a large crowd at Danvlllo yesterday and mudo a uupluil effort lie was Intro duced by Hon 0 C Fox who also ao quitted bimiftlf most creditably 6 JUNCTION CITY doesnt look like ItIsslf since tbo old Gore House wards tbo Owens hall been removed Tho Curry Grocery Co of Harrods burg has broken ground for a three story brick XlxlOO for u wholesale groc cry LIIIBKTY Hon It C Warren will preach democratic doctrine to the vo tell of Casey county at Liberty on the 24th beginning ut l U Ercrybody should bear him Since the above nas written Hon Harvey Helm another One orator has also been assigned 10 speak there iTHE convention theChristian Womans BOArd of Missions ol the 10th district comprising Lincoln Garrard UadllOn and Itockcaatle counties will bo held In Uustonvllle Thursday 27th Morning afternoon and evening sea ions All wbo aro interested In tbo work cordially Invited to attend THE will of A K Loran was probated D F Logan A F1 Hundley und MR Waters were appointed adminis trators Under the provisions of tho will the estate worth upwards of 17ii1 000 will be made Into five equal slant one chars going to Mrs D N Prewltt a filter oar share to A K Hundley only child of Mrs Victoria Hundley a ulster one share to the cbll dren of Julio F Logan u brother bare to the children of Mrs Sarah oneI MrfjltolaMATRIMONIAL Hey Wm May sized 01 and a resld cnl of the West End of Boyle list married over 2000 couples John M Grlflln aged 25 and Mlfe Ills Elliott sweet 10 were married at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman Saturday We have it by gmpo vino wire that Rev J H King pastor of the Walnut Plat church Dod u Boyle county lady will unite their destinies In a few weeks The Owonton News says A G Rose aged 60 and Mrs Mary E Jones 73 were unltud In marriage Saturday night Mr Rose came hero about one week ago from Jhc whisker belt In Kansas und met his bride on Friday was love at first sight and the eou IlL are aa happy as two cooing doves The Farmers Advocate ot Hamil too Mo has this to say of the ap proaching marriage of Mr Ewing Bus il Hayden of Hamilton and Miss liar riot Elizabeth Alton of Liberty Mr II den Is a prominent citizen of Ham IlIon being manager and one of the principal owners of the Caldwell Coal Companys property oust of town Miss Allen is an accomplished queenly wean the daughter of Mr Trlgg Thorn aa Allen ono ot Libertys wcalthlctt and most successful business men and bankers IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mt Vernon citizens sent a car loud of limo to Gulvcaton A K alol1ico hat been established at Oiculooeca Letcher county with Har ry leom postmaster The trlku In Jelllco Tenn district waa settled Saturday About 6000 men had been Idle a good while Cupt W IL Kirby well known in Stanford has resigned as conductor on tho K C J S Dunn la promoted to his place The special train with prohibition presidential nominee John G Wooloy itnd others will pass through Danvlllo Oct Mike Kolley who was overcome by heat died ut Somerset last week aged 71 Uo was a good citizen and a loyal democratAt Frank Montgomery charged with grand larceny wee sent to the penitentiary for two years John Harris for malicious wounding was given one year Onicers of Whitley county are look Ing for Thomas Lay of Elk Valley Icon who 10 charged with criminally assaulting his cousin J F Dulnor a prominent citizen of the Wlldle section of Rockcasile Is dcud of Url btli disease He loft a wife and a number of children D S Wnlde of Nlcholasvllle ro celvcd ft telegram stating that his sis tel Mrs It W Smith her husband and four children were among the vic tims of theGalveston storm Spark from an L fe N engine start ed H fire which burned 75 acres of grass for Col J Cnperton of The trial i f Walter MadisonI murder of Eugene Owens occupied the Boyle circuit court lint n short time Tao CommoawKilib Introduced only ono witness tin widow of the dead man who told how bur brother had without apparent provocation shot down her husband In her presence The defense had witnesses who claimed that Owens had threatened to kill Clem Dad hud repeatedly abused his slater In an inhuman manner whipping her once with a buggy whip The jury disagreedsix standing for acquittal Ho was allowed ball In 1500 which he gaveLAND u r STOCK CROPS fiC Sbouta for sale Green Murpny Kingsvillc A M Fcland sold UI JC Lynn bunch of lambs al 4c George T Wood sold to J C Lvt 12 mixed cattle at lIe George T Wood sold to William Kenny 22 cattle at 121 R H Gentry bouirbi of George T Wood 30 boilers at Me Mix 2031 Is with foal to Hand spring son of ProdljfHl David Scott cold ro Frank Doltzolaw v bunch of knouu ut 4ic- Ambulator is the sixth 210 tvrforin or out of a Stratbmoro mare There was no heat paced a slow aa 215 atone Read villa mooting Lincoln Vollnli 10 Wllklofcon Allen an aged mule for 110750 1II1lIJWilliam Burton bought or GooJo 30 burn of ciru t IIIThree troltora now have records of 2041 Azote Crescent end The Abbot W r Beck has rented of J J Uooretbe form advertled in this pa perA E Hundley sold to IkelTburmocd a two yearold filly by Nuthtrt for 200Village Farm showed 29 horses at the New York Suuj Fair and took 21 blue ribbon E P Woods sold a car of cattle In Cincinnati Friday common to export ere at 31 to 5c- Wilkinson k Lyon sold to Carltbcrs k Beard of Lexington 22 mining mules HI 150 to 7- 5WANTEDTwentyfive good cotton mule colts nod 500 barrels of corn 1 S TevU Shelby City Bishop Hlbler k Bro told to differ onto parties this week 300 fancy sheep at t0Paris Kentuckian J T niankonsblp formerly of this place and J U Hugauwill open a furniture store at Livingston W C Kern sold his 1000 wheat still In the shock to AndersonI Splllnun of Danvlllo at OBoiWC McElwalne of Richmond sold u handsome team of cbeonut geldings to Havana Cuba purllen for 1300- W W Lyon sold to S T Harbison of Lexington three harness horses for 1176 and a Southern horse far SSO 0 I Pitman of Boyle won the 235 puce worth 1300 at the Bowling Green lair with Com Paul Bet time 2221- Lutes k Co bought ol Joe Young of Cumberland county 35 S00 pound cat tic at Sic They will ship them to Fay CtUJ Judge John W Hugbaa bought of Kyla S Murphy 4M barrels of corn at 120 at the shook Hurrodsburg Dem ouruU it C Nunnelley told to 0 M Llppa k Co his crop of wheat 1000 bushels at GUio He bought of John S Murphy a pair of mules for 1175 W U Johnson true silver has boughi of Alfred Davis his farm of ISO acres two miles East of Crab Orchard on the Drodhead road for 5000 C R Brawnor bought nl J W Nor rls his crop of 7000 pound ol tobacco al u atUfuciorv price east and Is desir ous of buying other crops on the same terms Merrill Robinson of Mercer has a valuable Jersey cow which has recent ly given birth to three calves all of which urn alive and dive promise of long life W J DoBaun of Perrvlle sold 200 butbeU of choice recleaned clover cod to W Bush Nelson of Lexington 1at 52J He sold 750 bushels of wheat to L C Ewing of Park vllle at 05c S D Gut sold lo L Joseph for October delivery 152 export cattle at 6ia S D GolT bought of H MuKlnnoy 02 feeding cattle weight 105 pounds attic and eight lighter ones ut 4ic Jall C Scobee bought of Howard Dros 250 barrels ot corn at tl25 In the field and will pay 35c per barrel for feeding tame T C Robinson bought of Sam K Hodgkin 600 good Western owes al 1435 Wincbettcr Democrat DANVILLE COURT A fairly good crowd attended Danville court yester day und there were about 150 cattle on tho market A bunch of plain yearling attic sold ul 820 25 tome butcher cut tie at 3 to 3u and a small lot of year lings at 31u Cap i English sold a bunch of ewes ut 4 81 some old ewes at t2 and a tlret class hutch at SO to 010 Mule colts were In demand at 835 to 170 aged mules sold ut IHO to 3120 Horses were dull WHAT TRUSTS DO FOR FARMERS Tbo democratic campaign committee has tukcn up the argument advanced by the republicans that the farmer la prospering under republican rulo and turned It about to show the In reality- o pays more for everything because of the trusts Here are the points made by the democrats It requires 60 per cent wore wheat to buy u save than U did In 1800- II requires 23 butbela more corn to buy a wagon than in IbQf- lIl requli es JOO per cent more corn or wheat to buy a copper kettle than In 18WJ It requires twice as much corn tubuy a coil of rope than In 1800 It requires 40 per cent more grain lo buy a plow than in 1890 It requires 75 per cent more grain to buy a boo u rake or a shovel than In wet of common wheels that cost IT In 18M sow cOot 112 The price of cultivators and other farm Implements hue gone up propor tionately Galvanized barbed wiro costs from U to 14 50 pur hundred moro than ll did in 18JU It requires 40 per cent more corn or cotton to buy a pound of sugar than In 890IFreight ruUM have climbed back to the tixorbltaoi figures of a few years ago The price ol oil coal lumber tools und hardware has gone up from 40 to ICO per cent Mud oil those things havo been done by trusts A trust tabs you walking or sleeping eating 6r drinking working or raiting livUjf Or Uylntr and thy coltlo trubt guts jou In the mid T NEW LIVERY STABLES W DunK is SIT Prsrs JUNCTION OTV UYK- lnilOlnM Turnouts at Hokkonablo flaw Speclul Atttmlltin to lrsveileg lltin- Uraln and Hny Fur tiulu PUBLIC SALE I Raving told my farm I will on Thurodty Scptcaba 27 1000 At the farm about one ullc from Hubble on the Kuih Uraaeli vise fret for sale stock and farming Implement coaklttlag Iof 30 high prude nrJ row hornless belfcn bull ciilTie one One bornlri bull lot of yearlloJII and steer caIn lot of broodmare bred to Jack 12 good mule colt 9 of them marts Synrold Jack by o4 Tom Keene aed out of old lirUr oue of Lerl Hubble premium jeiaeu early 10 haadI high and a good one Jeaiet la foal by Tom Keene 5yearold stallion by Cheater Dare aorae hog etc Term made know 01 day of tale Hale will berln promptly at 10 oclock u kyIIPUBLIC BA5JE OP 50 Head Of Shorthorns AND Doable Standard roll Durham Caiile- ATFOSftiOOAltSSALEBASlT Danville Ky Oct 5th iWe will MIl our riitlrn lirrd iarludlne mr brrd bull Tlpptttinoe 4th Our lend cotujirlv luch tiharunYeeu5Marya ofs Fur fudlel-duIaertaanslbrcdiugtIi herdasks wrond to noiCln tbeSiiuili aswehuennd uo p ins or cijwun In cullfCClnJ It We ooVr to breeder loKccarn jouug thrifty solmal afelialreqiullir We 111ofar ooold or brr i anhnili Wilt fur rataloguea NIle bgiiu curK u XJlIUt LlIlAltD Dinrlliv Col K E Edmonton Auctioneer COAL SALT I will liar my coal bins completed by O gradefto merchant by wagon load at a very small margin Will continue to pay the blKhmt price lllckory Stokes Stew nnd headings VrlcuOIOIDIID II KINO MOHKIUND Kv DONT FAIT TO GO TO JOHN J ALLENS SALE on Saturday Sept fey 1900 You will Ond Bargains In Stock Crops Im plnmentH Fine Tobficco c BIG CATTLE SALE Alan HorsessSheeptPEHUYVIILK KY aturdny Sept 29 1900 T D English Auctioneer Small Farm For fSale tAenetiUce near Halls U p for ale lleWeies and outbnlldlni falrlr goat picuty water W R lAWK Siiner Ky mUSIC LeSSONS liy an experienced lady music teacher f20 por term of Uvo mouths 3 hour lessons per wok Cull ut Un Struubs TOWN PROpeRTY you SALE I desire to tell prUately the reildcnco I now oc up on Cutoil Bt Thy house i a new well hullt two story lriu of eight rooms Modern Lyle The ground coiuprlw over six acre of ciiod Und allardlOK lor boraua and hon cittern at door also hydrant water IVrfrct dralnagk loud stable terTiu rom and all other necessary ouitulldlnjt Only two hundred yard from Main Stanford or addrew asks U W T SHORTHORN BULLS l I lute two registered four yer old iborthorn bulli fur talj Imth red an l fine lirecderi and tciua Vloung Iork or both tee subject in rejlirtr that will sell cheap that ll on of tbo bulls and any ot tbe 0111 FKIUiI To Sell FarmsYou wont to drop an advri tUetuuut In tbo bunt mountain newnpapur which la the Somerset JoUrpal Two Inches one month for SI In advance K J OAMrDaLLj Manager 8otnor et SEED WHEAT AND RYE I have 1000 busbeU of extra good seed wheat and 300 bushels of excellent rye for tale Cull and icu U lilies reasonable UOniUB PIIKD Stanford Ky e tire 7 J A ALLEN COJContractors And IQuiIlder Q OTANFORD KYa OelllnlflIoorahl81ocut 1oits Ac Wu inik ntKniio on unglue d of work wanted Office opposite Dr LII Cooks THE 1 SUPBRIDR GRAIN DRILLS o Are Still In The Lead Buy it and you will make no mistake Also the Miami Valley Fertilizer 1 We have been using this for several years with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY Lr7J ast t JQl1 tSeason Nearly Over AM S tinnier Gouda go at tireauy lUduced Prices w 50c Sbirts Now Go ot 38c U 8 tins at 6w aid The t2 Slippers at f135 150 SLIPPERS AT 1 Slippers at 76c I 50c Underwear 38c dc Underwear ISc Htraw list at halt their original values This will not appear again but the goods will bo bete- L TEL J MBOBEiaTS t mI1 Strongest Claim S mOs t ijWe learn on your patronage il the Qitantltr Quslitjr and Fair Pilots il of TiSiSTVlis i Of Irn s Onii Wo mention a few below 33 Inch Iliiuiriipuii In Grey Blue and flown mix 5Oc 11 54 Inch Ztbhn In Utaut Gray Blue and Bion mix n- i overt in II nrI411111rb 1abbU rheviot in Navy aid Black mix 08j nNew Ilnlilliiick Skirting it 5125If100 per yard We are showing 1 Plain Black Goods Is In runny new weaves 1nrcales from COo to J2 60 Sae our French l ri J SEVERANCE Flannels and Silks and WalsIIii1 a N Opposite Court House GJ i iftlttif Jfli mi i3 Everyday trings ioraatluug newurFALL DRESS GOODS Children Like thet tM01Buy early and you getthebeststylesWaist 4the handsomest line of Hand are displayand Betot ra suspender principle to themecarries all the SUre see r from the shoulder doing away with common that dragging other waists Whai brings comfort to the children is pleasing to the mother They are better in every respect wear longer and frost no more than the infer lor kinds ASK TO SUB THEM JOHN 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 to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pies IICL fHEINlfnJORJOURNA1 Entered n the oitofflce at Stanford at ttroll clau mat- hrstnllahlTuiayo wed F rldav A1 1 PER YEAR CASH 48 Waennot sopaldsaOO will a hanged kNOXVIflEDlVISIOR Train going North 1169 a m M 2 II n South 128am 2i USlpm For alllPoInti KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 21 ArrrlTetat Hiaiitoni tt I0a tNo 21 Least Utinfonl at 210 a IIItfoll AITI MAt lUnrUnJit 1200 OAT No 22 Leases Stanfordat 20 p v QUEEN CRESCENT Tralm going SoutbpJuneUon City No oar not stop 3 Ilo0r u No8 U = it No9 606 PM Going South No2 doesnt atop No 3 1S No8 11 p tin No 106 FRANKFORT AD CIRCIKNATI Trains leant Fran Wort 016110 AM 140 PM andl P Mcont rrtlniat flroiyetowo wllb his q AO Uetnrulnc Iraee earls at v 3a MiDd 40 r reichjuif Frankfort after connecting with et tran st ll20A M710P anduisr u The latter train leaves for Own town at 716 r NI WTOolUl SOIJTfKN RfllUfiY IS KKNTUCKY Ctalinui SelMtfih la gut Ysy 10 1800 IA8T1IODHD NO L No a lLT toulnille 715am 40Dp ujAr ShcnsjTllle BlOam G3pm rm Ar LArfntotjff DB9am CIpm SUjpm Ar Vcrssniei liaiSoml rpmiaoipm i0lepmWitTLertnrton 730am trSpm 616am Ar Versailles 7S5am kotpra 63oira 090amIArZASTeeaD wnTJIotnoU IiIeZApm1000amLT LarnabrtrArl 5 SOpm 810am am Ar Har JsbffLT 440pm 720am 7iOpmlnrt Ar PurjtlB loT 4la1m TlJaia AIITIIOi wlSTiit ifn- No Nw m a rirtalria l n tUo rt4 kipmiItDTIpm740pm ILMaji Ar gnu LT 7Oktm llCiita EAITBOCMB WTWTPOUM- DitNo lMN 8 arArtoNs ItNo ftltNo 2 715ani lOii Imaleta a iOnm 740pm- H2 am ACpm llOEam 78118 llJdpm L05pra 8Wp IQrmLreTA now Ko Wo I 7rSameAr JnoxTkI700mI LiSm IIOpmor lDtTrW IattAIOl1GIIIPml1145am a15am 930pm 1v tkreuh sleeping ear LmiUvltla to BIr xlDghum Tia Lxlar a and Chattanooga JIb hit WTatUa ajialroar Lotntllt t4 xlnct n No b tree rstloebalr ear Wxhitton Lonixllo No t MetplnCMr ttlrmlnf hatn to LoutiTllla t1a Lexingua Alt rates betw LoutaTtlle Leilnctoa and Burcn dallj Utwrta Versailles and Georgetown Nov II and ISdtllT fCu 17 and dalljezcept Sunday Hctweca Vwtlllcs Nleholarrlllo flab tuna and lulu 4aliT cittpt Sunday tDally ell f t Sunday Olher trains dally rSOANi Pl 3rlTPaMJ IL CULl T WasMnutpa D C wasbingn OQ WATitnKO A W MHTATLOE A O Wiwhlaflca D C LoulavllU Ity n Cumberl nQ Fa1k iletol NOW PEN Faro better than ever Fishing season in full lihet Dally hhrks to and from station Iratef ntuiispment1 A nvde Summer resort Urito tar cntnlojuic and further piirtlc ulur J R OWES Van Parker Lake K r BETWEEN LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE T- OCalifornia AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains dally except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E U BACON D P A V W Cor 4th and ZtTarkct fit Loulerlllt The llaberdasher U severe on the mans shirt waist It says AdTlalng or unetloalnl the uhtrlCrt abandontentofthe eoaU Hancoat la to fflT OOlin tennnce to na of the ncrtt of all bad American habits To prewrTo tho es thetic and the artistic in dress one must ICATC the units of our outer attlro undisturbed To itpnrat thtm U to mnIinmore and Tulffar men Youll find liia kind leaning against the public bare expectorating in public onTeyancos and smoking In forbidden places We may not discard the coat and preserve the ruits of propriety and estheticism compnrlsonIwomans a of bodice and it is an Integral part of the outer dress of woman A mans shirt is a distinctive garment and isnot part of his orerault Asldo from these objectitnx we hate tho more serious one of appearance It cannot be be comingly carried out There are not ten men in every thousand so built that they can go without suspenders And unless the suspenders be banished there is no use in talking about abandoning the coat In no decent society decent company or properly conducted hotels or theaters would a man bo per witted to appear without biB rant The coatliss man must always be what he has always been a common Tulgar un- dIscIplined being who puts personal Ideas of comfort above the Ideals of seemly conventionality A common report le a common liar says the proverb and certainly n com Impression is lllr Dyeeon a com Vaed by Oleneon mistake A New York druggIst said recently that according to his experience men use hair dyes to n much greater extent than women The general belief as suredly is that the contrary is the case and it is regarded as merely one of the evidences of womans vanity The druggist giTes as the probable reason why men object so strongly to gray hair the pathetic fact that the man who Is one of the employed and not of the employers is pushed aside for younger men as soon na signs of midtlle age appear It seems extremely hard extremely foolish for certainly a mAn of 50 with uTeraf einteliigence and edu cation Is more rauable in every way than the man of S3 pingues ef Injects are raising hob In vari uB parts of the country just now Black fleas thntdefy all defensive effort are deTrUfatlnijf Long lit land iftrrtuntrlllf 1n Is Tnfnl scratching after nn Insect equally malignant in its depravity In sonic parts of northern Indian and south era Michigan black crickets are mak intl lifq n burden Mouse nnd stores at ICalamftzoo swarm with the pests and there seems to be no way of getting rid of them They even clogged the typesetting rnnchlnos in the Oa siette ofllce there it has been piously decided by the Mennonites of Klkbart Ind that the cricket Tinltntlon ls n plague tent to punish for their wickedness the vnriniiR communities af flicted and that unless the warning is heeded there is worse yet to soma Last spring tome person or persons unknown stol frem Mrs Lewis P Koe of Beth I I a number of pre srTlnj jars 1111an eastern exchange Mrs Roe said nothing about it at the tine but a tow days ajo her husband pasted a natlee la front of his residents say in that as tho preserTlnj season was nOT at hud his wife wasted those jars returned immediately or he would tall oa the guilty parties Guilty en seienoea sm to bO plentiful there ahauts for aoxt m rnin there were jars oaoujh in the yard to till a freight ear many times aa maiT as had bun stolen A Kauknuna TTIs man has dur tag the recant hot weather demon sfrsted a new and nil it proved successful method of roasting apples He filled on of his large plate glace winS l1uIeXpI jays a local oxohaago was enough to eorapUteJy rt thotto lying next th- eglaturalag them as brown a color as thoith cooked in a stoTa oves It la ioU IB a current Item that a LubM Ma lady was going to a party Oil roaUff and womanlike spaat a oi i1 wore time getting OB her t laV that she had to spare Fully- Utlvabd at lust sill grabbed her hat ui jai ed a hatpin thrtigli it The hatpia ItaiwiloJ it mouse which lit tired a pained and indignant wjueak Thee the lady fainted and eToiituaily had to giro up the party Tho shirtwaist idua seems to have ltruul ono St Louis man hard A JMo Ideut of that place seas lately arrest ed and lined because according to the allegation of hIs wife ho gives hot only five dollars of his earnings and spends the rout on womens clothes aIIA financial authority reports that 111 of the national banks of jh United States hold deposits of 2000 or more oucha record that hoi never been equaled by any other na tlon TotsWpI tlslsenlorp- arturr M ul the firm of KJ CHUNKY A Co doing IatIforhleaufCATAOsdlhstcsnnombucund by the uv CutISIflUNK MIEKKV anli crlbil In our pree Iber A It lama ILE M BKiL Xctarr PuNk lUDafaMirli Care ft tiled Jnl tIllly aril alI ifeUj m lb blood and mucuua aur4as o- fIthorslun ivllir ilrrumlala fro r rtiK IYACO 71tve I- TRUST FOR ALL ITru In matches Trust In 5OCplaTrust In Iron Trust In rope Trut In wire Trust In grease Trust In tinware Trust In Hover Trust In flour Trust In mofilj Trust In rolled oatst Trust In steel Trust In clothing Trust In ilioost TrustJn tcfioolbooks Trustln boote Trutt lit Itnthor- Vhcrowlth were shod And th people ate left To trust In Oad- Omaha VorldllnraIi1 AN AltltHKYlATKI UOMANOJl To gain sweet Matiela used and heart The young Itoutenant prossvO lite suit flit rowtiM of inuflcV plf Mln Rat vrhllc hn softly played the illiteIShoot Mabel merely pluyod the Lloul The prlizifd captain cnaio and told how the little bottle ho had fcrupucil Then made a sudden canto bold And Mabel In lute awns enwrapped Confessed the climax now was Ont WIIIU H Hawkins In Llfey KO RIGHT TO UOLIHKSS The woman who Ii lovely In lire form and tern per will always lure Irlf nut but one who would br attractlre must k p brr firaltb IfsheIs weak sickly and all run down she will nouIrritable list h contti atlouor kidney moo Wit her Impure Weal will cause plmplri botches kln ftunlon sail a wrttchtd cump1c xtOD taro trio IIMrn lathe Imt medicine In the world to rttulale ttomich Uu and kidneys and u purify eyeimothmake a o looking charming wimanofa tutu down invalid Only 60 tents at Itnnia Drug titer 2h S REPORT OF TITS CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD- In the State of Kentucky at the close or business Sept 5th lttO- ORRSOURCES Loans and dUcounti JIGOJ40 oJ- Overdnruncured and unsecured 3441 S3 SBonds to secure Circulation 51000 00 Trrmlum on U S Hoods 3100 Stacks securities etc llTftl 7- 3Banklnghoim furniture and fiiturei 9200 00 Other net catal and mortgaf M owned 790120 Due from National Banks not Kr sereAgeani 901758 Due from State flanks and Uanken 1109 37 Due from approved reierve agents 1C7CS InternalJItTcnue sumps 393 Checks other cash items 1761 Notr of other Nat flanks 3WO 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents MnrinilTTtll muii 9410 Specie a 13171 00 Legal tender note 8931 00 17123 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of clrcnlalion IMO 00 Totalan V271WI5 09 LIAIIILI1IES Capital fttrwfc1 100000 00 StjiuSfund 18100 76 Undivided pr6nl lees txpemti ind- taxel paldlr u w 1H8 40 National Bank Notes outstanding 3100 00 Due to other National flanks W Due to Slats llanViJand Dankf rt 206 Individual deposits tabled to check 119041 Cashiers clitrks outstanding 1077 87 Total 271583 STATE OF KFNTUCKVuCounty t John jMcRoberts cashier of above named flank do iweur that the above itau ment Is true tnlhe of knowledge and tlirf JOUN J McROUERTS Cashier Subscribed and worn to before me this 11th day ol Sept ISt 0 W M llltHIIIT N V L U J S lim ants W 11VALT0DlrctoesW A TatDDLK So lies HKIOIIT OF Till CONDITION OK TUB liscoln ant1 Una Sank OF OTANFOUD KY At the closerBuslnereept 1111 1100 IIHSOUIICES loans and DlsruunlIf2CJIalOverdrafts secured and unsecured 9811 U S Bond to ocuntrlreulatl 10000 C- orramlums on U S Uond trsGHtifVs areiirlllr etc 9w Rinklnghonae furniture and fixture 600 00 Due from Sitlonal Batik old PrfMrre Agents 2U1 U Due from approrcl reoerve gfnt 41314 95 Internal Revenue itinipi1 Checks and other cash Items 242251 Notes ef other National Hmk llpi U Frartlonal paper currency nltkle and tnt so Lawful Monty lUtjrre In Rank Tit Specie 744 LrgalUailer notes12600 00 20086 Redemption Stern US TreoVr i er rent circulation 8000 Total II15349 MAUIMTIBS Capital sock raid 101100000 to Surplus f nnd 190 Undivided greets low epenie and tarsi pstd 211 National lInk itntes ontstanding I 0000 OliO to othr Satlanal Hanks u 2KO Due to Slat Bun and Usnken trse Jndlldul drpalts subject to cheek 207C8J UibllltlM other than thona above slntrd- T U IuIIII31 o rlTATK 0V KENTUCKY 1 Ciunyof Llusin1e I Ier of the alwre Dim Bauk dowilsmnlyweu that the above rliilemtn U trun lo eke of my knowledge and ItUff J H OTVaLBY Cashier SubrfrilwlanaaworotolwfoniBiethlsUili da- of rl J J oCOIIIIIICTAltIoIl J B iasn 8 n e1IANe J N MKSEFIJK liibiou Ssrr Of land nail Hssuiisli Pwaltcr An agent fur the heirs of James J Itns ta den d I will cm ItTKOAY SEPT 29 I9OO At tho lain residence of decedent about 23 lliintonvlllo Kv Boll at pubml to We t of oedecedent coutiiliiliig about i 5 Acroo Of Land situated on tho carpenters Station alld Morclnnd turnpike road a tract of 16 duel Of Timbered Land wllliln about ono mllo of tho farm Tu feint still first bo uttered In two par Lttls and then n wlmlo and tho 1Jt hid or bltl In tho fcKpjrosate will be accepted Ono srer1 tfniitHinh about 69 ecru In luil henc a two sturv frun- lbuildingthuotherrontulnstout25 6 Mcr s and Include a cottns I will nljoul tin samu tltoenlln lot of nou ebold furnltur- oTJtnsinTho suds will bo fold for ono third each remnlndur payable In 12 and 18 months with tuturnut from and a lieu retained t wilt be asstlnfo TMraaIitit Tho 1 noworml 11 h 1UIIItIlM a HI Icmt4 agbt Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 paid in Living Benefits Over f120000 lcserve and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond- If not write to tIle homo office for literature or till on our nearest regent fur an explanation of its heroin and conditions Some of Its Strong PointsIIt returns 1150 and five per cent interest for the nTfntgo time forecnoh tlollnr pRhllnI2 Stook taken now will nil bo matured from eighteen to twenty four months with a largo part reilctrnctl in n imidtt uhorloritlmo 3 It Is matured In consociitivo order consequently all ootnent of oJllcofs cllnilnii too Now is the Time to Subscribe Tho sooner you begin Ilia sooner will your coupons begin to mntuto For further Information adilrew ASMITllSHOWMAK Secretary J O HAILS Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky If You Should Get Sic Send your Prescription to P nnys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines Cincinnatis First Fall FestivalI September 19th to 291ht Industrial Exposition Monster Floral Parade Fireworki and Daily Concerts Modern Midway Plaisance Athletic Carnival and a thousand other attractions Low Rate- Excursions Every Day r 1 The Festival Ask Agent Queen Crescent for W C Kineirjon O nl iae eii wr Agent f incinnati O 10 trilni ems wctk trains 3 traliu ottTo CHICAGO tutu anti Comxtnment Sleeping Parlor Cars and Cafe lnlnlt iLaw rali Weal Rntiroi days vie tbo Mnnon nmw Tl hir IIII be oldito Monnn riri ffim flu lavlllo Kj 11 to Arimwx lo1Jl tali Columbia Colorado Tggfon i Muolioba vinnjcitd oonirfrf tbru kft New Mexico Nth 1 Or pnn Smith D ilnti liat hgttuu Nutcddru l lstuuru du mlop at SOP flp trlti fr jjiix r tOll round trlccii Jill W n Itr IT lug 7 21 Stv 4 IS Or III Ne leQflets will be Jurnlvqd WIM m1y nd fnrthi i loorm ii1n at is I B H Bnc DIJnlI r A MS tonon Rout f ntnv v K In 37 of thrrs ftt r 11 tttt hA ai15t ran In rftntM it I 11111 ss hr srn lfl btflIIIII n s huehnm In Iel x Irr10t him no rQm l tllr rbo tnnrrril It rr n 1s4 11r I111law to rrtinpol ii iriii tlnluJrt htt own family liunc ulnnlicr is iiHiml iii Ill tv rliutimntlabJ of the muscles unit prey rurpd ft few npt iiv iTmi In4 + ePd r r Four Fast Trains TO DontFail Attend Particulars Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS Mvr 4 ialru every weekday 3 tralru on Sunday rnllman and Wagner Sleepera on night trains Vcatlbuled Parlor Car on day train 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