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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftL1 ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY HT 1 H YEAR f VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1900 9 A M NO 58 MT VERNON Hon U BrcoklnrldKO will Weak at tho court houco hero Monday next lie wPl hovo R Rood crowd Sufficient names have been secured to petitions for calling nn election to take a voto on tho turnpike question fret Phillips carried off tho honors at the teachers Institute hero by his method of teaching mental arithmetic W J Nowcomb eonds a loiter to the Mt Vornon Signal In which ho gives a description of tho rightful lvo11tonAt tho burial of trys child tore met week tbero woro present Its father mother both grandfathers both grandmothers and two grcatKrandmothor Murray Borclnfj aged about 43 died Tuesday morning of kidney trouble lIe was a brother of exPostmaster Joshua Uorolng and n man of kindly Inttlncts and ono who had not nn one my While tho democrats are doing much effective work In organizing tho coun ty tho republicans arc not Idle by any means They woro billed to organize clubs at night different school houses Thursday night Alfred Bryant and cousin Miss Mary Pease have ought U L McForrans stock of Roods nt the stand near depot and moved Mr Bryant stock to that placo from the Welsh stand and will continue tbo mercantile buslnes E A ilcrrln Is up from Livingston putting smoko escapes In the bulldlnRs a of C C Davis and Reuben Mulling Master Fever Mulllns of Livingston was visiting relatives hero for the past week IIo Is the brightest and most courteous little fellow wo have met In a long while Monday morning n through freight picked up a car load of limo at this placo for Galveston which was donated by citizens of Hockcattle through tho efforts of James I White ono of our loading men Mr White began loading tho car Sunday night started It on Its road and trusted to tho honor of our people to do their part toward the ex press They did It and quickly too Tbo car was billed to our fellowtownsman W J Nowcomb who experienced tbo terrors of Gnlvcstons great calamity f Circuit court Is In section hero but owing to the nonappearance of the business manager of the ohenpet and bent things dnnt look natural Duel ness Is moving along and Judge Morrow i looks better than wo have cccn him for some time The epee of State agalnit W U Mulllns charged with killing leery Langford and that against Elu Longford charged with I killing L C King which have been on the docket for A great while resulting several times In hung juries were dis missed It having been demonstrated that a conviction could not bo reached In either case Low rates West Railroad bargain days via the Motion outs Tickets will bo sold by the Moon routn train Lou isville Kyt to point In Arizona Brit lab Columbia Colorado Idaho town Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska Now Mexico Ninth Dakota Oregon South Dakota Ctab Washington Northern Wisconsin and Wy li1AIIIl0 20 and Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour tts will bo rurnl with suhcdulc and further Information by addressing a H UueonDlstrlotIassehgerAgent- Mono Route Louisville Ky A lame shoulder Is I7aatrrd br rheumatism of Ihn muscles unit may be cured by few ftpiicatloni of lumber ialna Ialu Balm or by Craig A Hooker Druggists KINGSVILLE Mrs Wm Reynolds cow was run over by No 6 south bound passenger train Tuesday and badly crippled Kid Uenoolcy will attend the Fall Festival at Cincinnati Jesse and Newton Sweeney havo returned from Rock wood Tenn Our milliners Mesdames S O Mc Carty and Anna linker have a lovely lino of fail hats ready to wear and will go to tho city eoon to procure a moro extensive stock of fall and winter mil IInery Mlaa Mary Qulnlan of Junction City is tho pleasant guest of Mrs BC Pen nybaokor Lucien Wells of Uopklns vlllo was the guest of Mlsi Gertrude Ponnybackor Sunday Misses Della and Luclllo Johnston are visiting Mrs Cicero Reynolds at Stanford Miss Teresa Dunn and Frank Potty are vie iting friends and relatives at their for mer homo In Grant county Mrs Ev erett Chcvoletto has joined her hue band at Lexington Messrs W L McCarty and IOU Mike have returned from n pleasant visit to relatives at Lebanon Junction Mrs Wm Dun vent of Plusburg and sister Miss Bessie Bastln of Ewoll were guests of Mrs W R Cnndlff Mr and Mrs J L Johnson and daughter Miss Virgin- Ia spent a few days last week with Mrs J Carson and family at Mt Olive Mrs P M Vest and baby of Whltloy county are visiting relatives here W L McCarty returned Wed nesday from H business trip to Frank fort Eld Uilllam and wife of Lox ington were hero a few days ago Dr B F Walter of Lancaster Is hero practicing his profession Dr C M Thompson Is at homo from Woodstock where ho has been with the mother who has been quite III for some time Our doctors say that their patients hero aro all getting well just for spite Mrs Green Murpby Is able to be out after several months Illness Mrs Edmund Murphy who has been very sick for tome time Is improving Nearly every ono has ft bud cold since the seasons change and your corre spondent Is right In It as usual or rather out of It just now Manlleld Chevolctlo who has been tho faithful and efficient clerk in C G Bakers store has accepted a position at S G MoCartys store since Mr Bakers do parturo from business Reduced rate via Southern Railway to Louisville on account of the Elks Fair Sept 17th to 20th The Southern Railway offers best service to Louis yule from mill slallons in Kentucky and reduced rates as follows One faro for the round trip Sept 17 10 22 20 and 20 tickets good to return ooo day after date of talon Fares fur the round trip each day from Sept 17 to 23 Inclusive tickets good to eturn until Oct 1000 For further particulars Inquire of nearest agent of Southern Railway S T Swift Passenger Agent Lexington Ky Wm II Tayloe Asst Genl Pass Agent Louisville Ky io maxT TO OLD S8 The woman who It In lire term tad lem per will a1wale tsave friend but one who woulJ W allracm in ml kr pbirh jlh If the It INk sickly sat al1 run lIwn she will be neTJnr as Ialtsbla lfshehutwnllpatlonor kidney II her laltwue b eo4 wall cause elmpla tdotebcs kin truinUni and a vMfhnl cumplrxloo lace trie III ten to the bwt niolMna In the to rttulM lomich llfrmotl kktnrpanti to purify eyesimuakesgoolluokgrhsrming wominofa run down InTatkl Only M ant It IVnnjrj Drug steoeThe bridge loading W Galveston will soon be repaired tied communication reestablished All relief and other work Is well under way A census Is to be tuktju to Bscertaih the exact loss of life which Is Blll estimated at front 5000 to 0000 Absolutely Pures For the third ofa centurythe standard for strength and purityIt makes the hot bread hot biscuit cake and other pastry light sweet andexcellent in every quality No other baking powder is just as good as Royal either in strength purity or wholesomeness r Many low priced Imitation baking powders are1 upon the market These are made and care should be taken to avoid thClasalum t Is a poison never to takcQ t ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK a i CRAB ORCHARD Miss Mary Carter opened her school at tho Holmes school house Monday George Holmes and Joe Broughtoi have each built n nlco cottage out In Slalcsvllla Mr Galon Rogers s preparing to erect n neat cottage on his lot and re movo tho old building MM M E Fish and daughter Mlsi Alllo are In Louisville attending the carnival and vlolllng her son Stark Fish W E Perkins Is In the city buy hug fall goods Mrs Ora Pleasance Is In a very seri one condition from heart troubles and her family and many friends feel very anxious about her Miss Mottle Beaz ley Is convalescing after a slight attack of fever Some low character threw a rock Saturday night through tho now bay window at the depot breaking out two largo lights and damaging both cur lalns Hanging Is too good for such scoundrels JIt Edmlston has gone out of the grocery business and will handle dry goods shoes hardware and clothing Mr Levi Elder has taken bIB old clerk Mr James Anderson In as a partner In the grocery business Miss Jennlo Payno and Mrs Kittle King arc in Louisville attending the carnivaland buying now millinery goods J R Edmlston and wife Mrs Levi Elder James Pleasance Miss Ad die and Mr Alvin Holmes weotto Cin cinnati Tuesday night Mr R U Bronaugb took one racehorse to London to capture first money Q M Stewart of Buffalo N Y Is hero buying up lumber and shipping to his firm He has already shipped 10 care There have been about 15 cars shipped the past week but you cant miss It owing to the fact that over 40 wagons aro constantly hauling It In Mrs J A Haldeman and children returned to their homo In Louisville after spending a very pleasant summer with her mother Mrs Buchanan Mrs J J Brooks Is visiting relatives at Frankfort and Richmond Mrs John Brooks of Atlanta Ga who came for a visit to Mrs S E Brooksts quite sick with fever Miss Carson of hick well Oklahoma Is a guest of her aunt Mrs S E Brooks Mr John RIddell will movo to Livingston and take chargcof tho Mutllns Hotel Oct lit Mrs Martha Collins of Washington D C who spends her summers at Crab Orchard Springs left Tuesday for Cin cinnati Columbus and other points to make n few visits before reaching her homo at Washington FALL FESTIVAL The First at Cincinnati Sopt 19th to 29th If you cant go to Paris come to the Paris of A merles One hundred thousand dollars have been set aside for the fesllvitlts of the Cincinnati Fall Festival An Industrial Exposition will be the leading feature All tho famous permanent exposition buildings will be occupied They cover over 101000 square feet of space and will be tilled with new novel instructive and Interesting exhibits Cincinnati or iginated Industrial Kxpobitions In the UntIed States and the present one prom ises to be more attractive and novel than ever before 8 1000 IN 0010 Will be given for tho best Float In the great Trades and Manufacturers Parade A gorgeous Flower Paradp the greatest spectacle ever witnessed In Cincinnati will be a feature of the festival Tho Plaza will cover both sides of the canal for many thousand feet tilled with novel entertainments from all parts of tbe worlda new and modern Midway Pint mice IN TUB GREAT nrRISOKH MUSIC HALL One of tho largest and most famous audi toriums in American spectacular ale gory will he nivon with grand cast and gorgeous scenery New costumes and inspiring mush The opening of the festival will be heralded by booming of cannon ringing of bolls and the welcoming ceremonies in honurof the Harvest Queen whoto royal barge will be met on US way down the 0htand who will bo escorted in great stale to a grand reception at Springer Hall Novel and elaborate fireworks display will bo mode from moving boats Tho Zoo Coney Island and other sum mer resorts will have special programs A day will be set apart for the radca Unions of the city and arotlior de voted to a Monutor Athletic Carnival- Cincinnati rordialv Invites her neigh bore to participate in these festivities Iow rate will be run via A Crescent route and other special excursions for days upon vcbich cspecla ly interesting portions of the vast program of festivities sOIl amuteincnla take placo HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr JE Lilly a prominent clllwu of Hanni bad a d llmnc from a frightful lIi In telling oTIt he says I was taken with T lhold Fever that ran Into Ineumo nil My bream lnctepothing w wwk I couldnt area lit In helped mt I MiwclKJ toiwon tile of Consumption when I of r New Ulicomy One bottle nowCm nlsO This marvellous medlelM Is the surest inl quickest turn to the world for all Throat and l lar sizes W cents and f Trial bottles free atiennjrs thug Store every lit lie guaranteed i Sheriff Bev White Claycounty and Ia Steele a Commonwealths wit ness In tho Howard case had a rough andtumble fight on a C S O train BRODHEAD A J Sutton has Opened his factory and Is now turning out broomI brooms dally His crop of t is fairly good and as bo does not belong to tho trust ho will reduce the price ol brooms In this section Mr J H Albright Is over in tho Wlldlo section on business Ho has 100 or so acres of splendid tobacco land tbat ho will put in that weed In partner ship and otherwise next year He owns a half dozen farms In Rockcastlo Although Brodhcad is a strictly dry town there are three barrels of whisky In n frame warehouse in the suburbs of it Mr Jarrett made the red eye but for some reason be has never paid Uncle Sam the tax on it and disposed of It There Is no law against hogs running at largo in Brodhoad Tho writer counted over 100 on the streets tho other afternoon One gentleman Mr Francisco has 30odd good porkers but ho thinks too much of them to permit them to run at largo Mr George t McRobctts than whom there Is no better democrat is still walking on his crutcftcs as the re suit of a fall sown months ago The old gentleman still claims Stanford his homo and will go down and vote In No vember as bo has dune for years A gentleman who beard Dr J M Williams speech at Mt Vernon Mon day says that it was a cracka jack Ho Introduced E T Franks who ho said would discuss State affairs and that he himself would handle Nation al Issues During his fiveminute talk ho told of his trip to the Philippines and denied several charges that he said had been mado against him In attempting to express himself on Imperialism our Informant says be got bung up and naked his audionciGwait on him until ho out he was at The democrats present begun to applaud at this juncture and the wouldbo Congressman was bo rattled that he gave tip the job Franks made a speech characteristic of him de nouncing everything democratic and lauding to the skies republicans and republican acts assassination and all Hon N B Hays was in 6ad voice but bo more than held his own with the ranlankerous rad from the second dis trictMrs Ruth nines and Miss Graham Robert of Boone county are guests of their relative Mlss Neville Carson D R Totten has gone to Indiana but not to join Taylor and the rest of the fugitives Mrs J R Cass Is bacic from a visit to her sister ut Loretto Bradford Albright has returned to Kansas after a visit to his brother J H Albright here Mrs Allen South ernof East Bcrnstadt was visiting friends hero Monday W H Pettus tbo clover lightning linger who has been absent for some time Is with us njalu L L Jarrolt J H Dunn Bob Hlx and several others attended court at Mt Vernon Mlsa Ida Tharp who has teen very with fever Is no bet ter Mr Addle Hendrickson who Is teaching on Copper Creek was visiting friends and relatives here James Ow ens little daughter Is quite sick Ben Pike who got his foot so severely hurt by the train some time ago near New Haven Is Improving and will soon be out again Ella Carson little daugh ter of Will Carson is very sick Wal ter Turpln of Mt Vernon U running Fillh Bros saw mill Born to the wife of E B Newland the 18th u fine girl and Ei Is the happiest man in town Virgil Martin who has been visiting his brother at Junction City has returned home III OWES HIS LIFE TO THE FORE THOUGHT OF A COMPANION While on a camping trip In Webster county Mr SI Stump of Nqrmiintown W Va had a severe attack of bloody flux Ho says firmly believe that owe my life to the forethought of one of time company who rail taken along a hot Hoof i hambcrlnlna t olio holera and Diarrhoea remedy IIIoraltrocure a bottle of title remedy before leaving home It cannot bo obtained when on a hunting fialilng prospecting trip Neither can it bo obtained while onboard tho cars or steamship nnd at such times anti places It is most likely to be needed The safe- way is to have it with you Thousands of travelers never leavo home on a jour ney without it For sale by Uralg A Hockcr Druggists Stnnfo d Ky Mrs Henry Smlh wife of a llcnmk er at Marys Homo Mo became the mother of five boys at one time They are reported to be well and weigh a to tal of pounds Smith according to reports has a remarkable family He hue been married about seven years and Is the lather of 10 children What most people want is something mild and ftcntle when in need of n phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tho bill to a dot They mire easy to tako and pleasant in cflect For sale by CraigSt llocker Druggists Four men were killed and another fatally injured by a caveIn on the line of the Baltimore C Ohio Southwestern railway near Odgood Ind VOLuANlcTJRUPTIONS Are grand but fckln Eruptions rob life of to- yDuchaArateaSalve cure then tlwOU Ding and Fever nurer Utn Dolls YloDl borne Warts Coo nrutwa Auras Scald blllO nest fate cure on earth Drives nodiCbltllna Only 2S eta a box Cure guaraoaar Sold by rttajr Druggist r J LANCASTER Mr John W Flowers bought of Abram Renick of Clark county a South down lamb for 25 Mr Charles W Friable went to Lou isvlllo on business Wednesday night J II Sympaon has been confined to his room with jaundice G W Gasilncou of Mlddleaboro is hero with relatives and to attend a family reunion of seven broth6ra all of whom are democrats W B Mason very wisely says that tho republicans will use an abundance of money to buy votes and then make the voter pay It back In excessive charges on protected articles such as sugar coal oil and clothing Mr Smith Wortham aged 68 dlod brotberlnlavlCopt malts wero burled In Lancaster cemetery on Tuesday after appropriate ser vices Ho was a good citizen Thos Stone sold his farm of 75 acres on the Crab Orchard pike to David Thompson at 140 per acre equivalent to cash E W Norris has accepted a position as salesman in the Blue Grass grocery store Cbas F Hudltn ol Galltpolls Ohio was hero on business Wednesday Edwin Arnold Is doing well with D H Baldwin A Gos rc liable pianos Our people were very much gratified on Tuesday morning when It was re ported that gas was lowing from the well which Is being bored by Ed Minor near his new mill Crowds gathered on the premises and learned that a pocket of gas had been struck at a depth of 140 fee which forced iho water nearly to the surface Minor will continue to bore hoping to strike water or gas In paying quantities The truth Is he and Horace Herndon can furnish plenty of gas but It cannot be utilizedAs Frost approaches Cupids arrows are flying thick nod fast and our young people are rushing to tbe marriage altar and taking the vows which can alone Insure domestic hap piness Six souls were made happy on Wednesday T L Wall and Miss Norma Stone daughter of Mr and Mrs R A Stone of this city were married at 4 P M at the homo of the bride on Richmond avenue by Did A R Moore A double wedding took place at the residence of Mr Sweeney Morgan on tbe Crab Orchard road at 8 M tbe same day the bodes being his daughters The parties wero Mr Frank Holtzclaw and Miss Jennie Mor gas Mr J B Sutton and Miss Grace Morgan Tho parties aro well connect ed and they received the hearty congratulations of relatives neighbors nnd friends In view of tbo fact that four more weddings are soon to follow Deputy Clerk O W Shugars has laid aside a license for his own use fearli g that the supply would be exhausted Indications point to the fact tbat William J Bryan Is to the American people what Moses waj to the Israelite for be seems to bo destined to lead them outof the bondage of trusts high tariff and tho corrupt methods of republicanism Wo see in him the typo of the honest statesman the qualities of the man without a price there be ing but few of that kind in existence today As the majestic oak towers above the Insignificant shrub so dote he rise above tbo ordinary politician 11Iof the rich who have become so at the expense of Impoverishing the people Such a man would shed a halo of glory about the White Houso and cause the people to praise him us the burdens are lifted from them and the principle of Equal Rights to all and Exclusive Privileges to none is brought Into ac tive being and causes a reign of happiness and prosperity hitherto un known to sweep over the land God hasten the day for wo are now serfs and slaves with chains more galling than those bornu by tho blackest crim inal on earth CURED OF CHRONIO DIARRHOEA AFTEK30YEAR80FSUtfF13UIXa I suffered for 30 years with diarrhea and thought I was past being euredsays John S Halloway of French tamp Miss I had spent so much time nail money and suffered to much that I had given up nil hopesof recovery I was so feeble from the cflects of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor could not oven travel but by accident I was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea rein edy and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble IIm no pleased with the result that I nm nnx ious that it be in reachof all who suffer M I have For sale by Craig k locker Druggists Stanford Ky Miss Lillian Clayton Jowett tbe young Boston enthusiast who started South on a crusade against lynching jot ds far as Richmond Va where she was snubbed by Negroes when she returned home In disgust Tuesday night she was hung In effigy there BISMARSrS mOll IIERVE 0010011tablerDero Slomtcb Lltf Kldneji anti UuwtU outoforder If you waut thru qualities and the 1111They2k at Iennya Drug Store John Wilson killed Jack Llttlo a noted feudist In Breatbltt county CHOICEOf any of Our Negligee Shirts 70ee Sires runfrom 16 up The GOc quality at S5c Here a cliance to get client Shirts You can buy u Our Tan Shoes At Cost y We need the room for our Fall Goods IT PAYSTO TRADE AT THE GLOBE ya Your money back if youre not satlsfletJ Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co JAMES FRYE J Hustonville Ky Nice NeDili Goods jlnd Notions The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys glndtoTrisses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able I Craig Hoeker Stanford d l 1 liatildi4i A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY g I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect s tisfactio1as to work- manshipZ as attestor ed by any one of the many parties for 1 whom I have builded duringtne 15 years I that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed I Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered b ti 31 a 86td8 rE46iltifl e fl fflotbiatsngllnd i At Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance To Get Bargains In The Above f JIDCS Geo M Parrys Co THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This is now the most Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmst Lenses the now discovery In optical science to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of the very katest Designs irk jVJouldirgsr P Suitatiblu for framing lot is the New French VUnrDeLis mouldings specially for suitable refnollcatea delve a t s will eaveyou money12tTlitrd Street Opposite Post Office DanyiUe K1l1 it- t 1 I4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Iif STANFORD Kv SEPT 21 1900 k W P WALTON jJIOC TICIET Fo President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN OJNebroL For TicfPreiident r ADLAI E STEyEXS Of IUinoir For Goierner J C n1JECKIAJO- INtttont GEORGE GILBERT OfStitily i theiMr Bryan renews its pledge made 1890 that if bols closiiul be will DO doeto s pataolInHe give cordial nod unquallUod en dorsement to the partys unambiguous and clear position on every question and having In his notlflcatlon speech dwelt at length on the paramount Issue i of Imperialism bo reviews the remain Jog planks of the platform Discussing trusts Mr Bryan eaysthat tho repub licans have neither the desire nor the ability to deal with them No defense can be made for an industrial system in which one or a few men can control far their own benefit tbe output or ofprice of any article of merchandise Under such a system the consumer suffers extortion the producer of raw material has but one purchaser the r laborer but onu employer the small stockholder is at the mercy of the speculator while the traveling man con tributes ble salary to the overgrown profits of the trusts If elected be will uetr t who will see that existing laws are en forced without fear or favor The Dlncley tat 1Q bill Is a breeder of trusts and can not be successfully defended oven by those who oelleve In tbo prin ciple of protection because it enables trusts to exact enorm ous tolls from the citizen Honest corporations are to be fostered but those which are used for political purposes must bo forced to confine themselves to tho business de scribed in their charters He discusses tho currency qceetlon at length and applauds the platforms special declaration for the present ratio of 1C to In in coinage The elec tion of U S Senators by vote of the people direct legislation Chieese exclusion and reclamation of tbo arid lands are discussed and given his warmest approval while government by in junction for labor and the blacklist t against laborers are severely condemn eted A department of labor with arbi tration established will Insure friendly relations between labor and capita and render obsolete the growing prac tice of callog out the army to settle labor troubles Pensions and liberal ones should be alvoD those who in tbe hour of danger and at treat sacrifice of business i health acd life tender tbelr services to their country Pension laws should be liberally construed but the fact of enlistment shall bo deemed conclusive evidence that the soldier was sound when the government accepted him A t certificate given now to the health of a person 40 years see even If easily ob l tainable should not have as much aclgbt as the certificate of the medical r officer who examined the volunteer with the view of ascertaining his fitness for army service t Mr Bryan urges the reception into the union of States of Arizona New Mexico and Oklahoma and demand a fulfillment of the Nations pledge to Cuba and Porto Rico Friendly rela tlons with all nations should bo main tamed and entangling alllanoes enter ed into with none The Monroe doctrine Is defended and a plea entered for a Fllliplno re pnbllo protected by us Instead of tbe European colonial policy adopted by j the republicans Large sums of money have been wrung from the tax pay ers to support that policy but with u restoration of a foreign policy consist sat with American Ideas there can bean Immediate and largo reduction In the burdens now borne by the people Mr Bryan regrets that no specific mention of an income tax was made In tbe platform but be reasserts his be lief in tbe principle and says that In tbe hour of danger the government can draft the citizen and ought to be able to draft tbe pocket book as well Un less money is more precious than blood we cannot afford to give greater protection to the Incomes of tbe rich than the lives of the poor Important as all those questions are they dwindle into insignificance in comparison with that of Imperialism and after the doctrine that tbe people are the only source of power is made sc cure from further attack can we safely proceed to the settlement of the nu merous questions which Involve the f domestic and economic welfare of our citizensThe la a very vigorous review of the Kansas City platform and every line shows bow earnest our matchless leader lain rte support and how capa ble be Is of maintaining and defending at s THE strike of tbo lamp chimney mak era was soon broken j ITUE endless abuso heaped upon Carl In the republican organs for espousing the cause of Bryan shows that they fully realize the extent of their loss and democracys gain by thin step on his part and the latter party has cause for congratulation the ac cession ot able a fighter to Its ranks Ho was one of tbo main causes of Blames defeat In 1881 and will do equally as much to defeat McKinley In 1000 Ho has already given the repub Means the severest blow of the cam paign In his open letter to Gage which completely tore tho disguise from the money scarecrows so carefully prepared by them to frighten the anti im perialistic round money men ot the East Into line Ho is one of the finest campaigners the country being a fluent speaker in either German or English and each blast upon his horn Is worth thousand German vote Ho will confine his campaign services to New York which makes doubly sure what was certain before that Bry an will carry that State Although 71 years old Mr Scburz is in the full poi session ot hU mental faculties and In more than ono particular Is one of the ablest men In the country His blog raphy of Henry Clay la easily the boa account of that statesmans life thn has appeared and incidentally the bes hintory of the United States durln Clays long political career which was very fruitful of historical episodes In cludlog as it docs tbo famous tnrifl agitation nullification the annexation of Texan the Mexican war tbo Missou ri compromise and others of equal Im portance He disposes of all these questions in an exhaustive and manner ills career has been an event ful one Born and educated In Prus Isla bo tcgan life as a newspaper man and when quite young was compelled to lien from the land of his nativity on account of taking part in an unsuccess ful attempt to create a revolution He spent several years in Paris torching and corresponding for German news pipers In 1852 be removed to the United States spent three years ih Philadelphia then settled in Wlscon sin where be took an active part in the campaign of IBM for the republl can party being the recognized or the German element Ho was likewise conspicuous In the republican con vention and campaign of I860 and was appointed minister to Spain in 1861 but soon resigned that position to join the Federal army In which bo was n brigadier and then a major general Ho settled in Missouri after the war and was United States Senator from that State from I860 to 1ST5 and ho was oleo a member of Hayes cabinet He set tled In New York In 1S75 He has ed- Ited a number of newspapers includ ling tbe New York Evening Post Like exGov Boutwell ho will close bin brilliant career by doing all in his pow or to destroy the party which ho helped tocrcate IN his speech at Mayfield whore and Goy McCreary were heard by 7000 people Gov Beckbam said with refer once to Mr Yerkes question that be was not nominated by a part which Indorsed any man indicted for Goebels murder and therefore was not open to the question as to what be would do in reference to pardoning tbe Goebel conspirators If any ono of them Is wrongly convicted and It Is shown to Gov Beckham that he has been he will we take It gladly extend executive clemency but lie will not proceedon Mr Yerkcs evident propo sition that they are all Innocent and their conviction could only be accomplished by a partisan court therefore all are deserving of pardon Thu governor also took occasion to flay tbo cdl tor of the Louisville Post whom he characterized as a political scavenger In the hire of the republican party Both at Mayfield and Paducah where be and Goy McCreary spoke at night ovations were given and the prediction was made by many that the 1st district would give Bryan end Beckbam 12000 majority Time following excerpt from bitBry an a letter of acceptance shows is familiar with the worst feature of Kentucky politics A corporation U not organized for political purposes and should be compelled to confine It self to the business defined In Its cbar ter Honest corporations engaged in an honest business will find It to their advantage to aid in tbe enactment of such legislation as will protect them from tbe undeserved odium which will be brought upon them by those corpor ations which enter the political arena IN addition to delivering two set speeches and 13 platform talks Monday Mr Bryan gave out his letter of acceptance of the democratic nomination for president contulningmany columns of splendid campaign material The capacity of the next president for work is wonderful and his stock of resources illimitable and Inexhaustible TICKETS to the Paris Exposition have been reduced to four cents It tbe water between here and there wasnt too deep to ford we could all walk over and see the big show SENATOR BLACKUURX has been In vlted to speak In 13 States It is to be hoped that ho will accept only a dozen of tho invitations and avoid tho conse quences of the unlucky number DESERTION duty McKln leyU1S not an American principle For that very reason McKinleys ad ministration will not be endorsed BRYAN will make but one speech In Kentucky for the very sensible reason that ho will do but little speaking ex cape In those places where it ia needed THE trusts have caused 25000 drum mers to lose their jobs and all of them are now drumming for Bryan MARK HANNA is a most adroit poll tician Awaro that overconfidence of victory Is nearly as bad as apathy in a campaign In his speeches in Indl ana whore he wont as ho claimed lito show tbo people that ho did not have horns ho warned the republi cans that it might result in the defeat of their ticket This will have the of feet of putting the leaders to working harder and then Hanna will do the rest with his crisp new 82 bills But the best Information from tho Hoosier State Is that Hanna can neither buy nor bul ly tho voto and that a sate majority is assured for Bryan and tho State ticket MARX HANNA said In a speech at CbleagohI would like Mid Bryan or any other democrat to tell me what a trust is I believe hero is not a trust in tho entire United States Mr Bry un has done repeatedly and will con tinue to toll how these competition ex tinguishers are enabled under republi can administration to extort money from the peoplo for tbelr profits As to Bannas other statement it Is only necessary to say that ho falsifies know ingly and with intent alone to catch suckers adtnogtso are com plaining of It as an eyesore Thdglft which has bona u thorn In Its owners elda from the first has no doubt be came an eycsoro to him also as he considers It one of the main causes of keeping him out of the hone now oc cupped by McKiolcy which was tbo decided choice ot hit ambitious t1half THE lying Louisville Dispatch haying published an alleged interview with John Klmbro who was with John Rbca when the Butler county assassins at tamptcd to kill him with stones that ho was only rotten egged that gentle man makes a sworn statemeqt that ho never gave such an interview but on the contrary corroborates every thing that Mr Rhea says It is always a Ho If you see it in the Post or Dispatch PlNKERTON sleuth bands arts being- r slipped late the coal regions of Penn sylvania to butcher the strikers if the least excuse presents Itself The same course was pursued with tbe Home stead strikers In 1892 and the presl dential election which followed shortly after was a Waterloo for the republl coos JUDGE J H TINSLEY of Barbcur vllle seems to have made his calling for circuit judge sure in Browns die trlct and his election too unless the court of appeals decides that Hon Jobq Henry Wilson is entitled to the office soil no election Is necessary POLITICAL A Rcosavelt rough rider In South Dakota shot an editor who criticised his speech Adlal E Stevenson will begin an ox tensive stumping tour of Michigan Wisconsin Ohio Indiana K rocky and West Virginia Editor John H Westovcr of WIl llainstown bas withdrawn from the congressional race in the Gib leaving the tight between Berry and Rblnock While Gov Wells was In Idaho to meet Gov Roosevelt Judge O W Powers of Salt Lake Utah a demo crat was appointed United States Sen ator by President Neboker of tho Sen ateGolden Rule Jones who polled 107 000 votes In Ohio last year as an Inde pendent candidate for governor has come out for Bryan Mr Jones is now tbe mayor of Toledo and has a strong following in Ohio At Leavooworth Ka Bryan referred to Senator Hannus speech at Delphi Ind and said bo would meet him In joint debate if the republican com mittee would certify that Hanna was to be president In case of republican sue cess John W Yerkes Is enough lawyer to know be has no case and we will wag er our check for any amount against a nickel that be regrets the day that he accepted tbe nomination and those re grets will know no surcease from now up to and including tho November election Mayfield Mirror- G R Keller of the Carlisle Mer cury saysliThe Goebel Election law bears the name of Senator Goebel by tbe merest accident The main features were Imported from Tennessee by B A Enloe It was suggested and con sidered In a room at Frankfort in the presence of Senators Goebel McCbord and others It was decided that Seas tor McCbord prepare and present the bill but he was taken ill and It was in compliance with a note from him that Senator Goebol presented the measure Thus It was by this merest accident ItInsteada lag of ono democrat one republican each to be named by tbe governor on the recommendation of the governing authorities of each party the clerk of the court of appeals to preside over tbe State board and act as umpire The sheriff Is to act as umpire on tho county boards which consist of ono repub a lican and one democrat both board to have judicial powers The polls aroto open at 6 A M and close at 4 M in stead ot opening at 7 and closing at 4 oclock Tbo Senate objects to conferring judicial powers to the boards THE HOWARD TRIAL In the trial of Jim Howard for as sasstnatlng Gov Goebel Ben Rke backed Bowman Gaines in Identifying Howard as the man who ran out of the capitol square just after the fatal shot was fired F M Bowman saw Grant Roberts Wade Skldmore and several other men at the door of the executive sbot1waeresembled Jim Howard Mrs William beIrarea cousin of the prisoner talked to the day of the shooting In the hImI ment of the executive building marked to Howard that Goebel bad not been shot when thhrd replied that Goebel was shot and wai shot dead Itobcrt Allen of Clay had a talk with Howard who said ho know the me who killed Goebol and the ono who ba him Indicted for the crime Charles Howard a farmer Identified Howard as one of tho men who came to the door of the executive building when tho avaY1Thlastrong a penitentiary guard W H Culton testified that ho saw Howard the day of the shooting and he told him ho bad been in Frankfort a week Ho talked with him about the shot and while they did so Howard pulled from his pocket a tow 15 caliber cartridges Ho displayed them npd then pulled out an empty cartridge hull inward said I have been to the hotel and Goebel will die If the bullet bad something on Itho would havedledlnstantlybutdamn him ho will die anyhow At another- time he pointed to a tree in tho State grounds and said It you aim at a Axed object and pull down as the object passes you will mako a dead shot It He sztd that ho had always beard of Jack Ohlnn as a brave man but that ought shotrwas fired Asked how ho know ho re plied Dont ask uuv fool questions It Whartou Golden testified that ho saw Howard the afternoon of the shooting and that ho said that he had heard that JackCblnn was a good raco horse start er and added He never started a horse that ran as filet as he did whet Goebel was shot James Stubblcfiold of Clay was recalled by Owens to say If ho had not been under guard since his arrival In Frankfort when Col Campbell jumped up and said that h had been under guard and that ho wouldnot have been present now if the deferse could have gotten him away as It did another Important wit ness Owens declared the statement fatso and made to Influence the jury when Judge Cantrill called them both to order Tho Commonwealth rested at 4 oclock Tuesday after making out a very strong caeo against Howard and bringing Youtsoy and Taylor further to the front in tho conspiracy The plan of the defense will bo to attempt to establish an alibi but that stems Impossible from the evidence adduced The first witness for the defense was Jim Howard who testified In bis own behalf denying everything brought cut against him and declaring bo was at tbo Board of Trade Hotel when Cue bal was shot Jim accounts Tor his presence In Frankfort by sayiogho was there O gpt a pardon from Taylor fo the murder of old man Baker Col Campbell mixed him up considerably and caused him to mako a number of contradictory statements It has all along been claimed by him and his friends that he was not In Frankfort at all at the time of the assassination be ing detained by a late train During the examination Howard told how ho mur dered Baker JC W Day a Winchester mer chant testified that ho sent word to- Go Goebel by Edward SaulsberryI that ho was to be a8sln IDrormeltlonDay stated that ho was positive Howard wore no moustache on Jan 29 but on cross examfnationadmlttcd that ho rcallcd thy tattoo the suggestion of John G White that such was tho case at that time Sheriff Bev White sworo that tbo train he and Howard came to Frank fort on wus 35 minutes late when they arrived at Winchester but thu agent of the L N and C S 0 testified that the train arrived at Frankfort at 1017 or about tine hour before Gov Goebel was shot Howard swore that Stubblefield was a man of bad moral character and that his reputation for truth was not good When asked if ho did not sign a petition asking that Stubblefleld be appointed census enu merator for Clay he replied that he might have but did not know for cer tainHoward admitted that Judge Tlnsley complimented him at London on his return from Frankfort but that he did so for some kindness that ho bad done the judges son Judge Tlnsley corroborated Howard In this rNEWS NOTES ISix Infants were burned to death In Salvation army nursery at Cincin A Negro wai appointed postmaster note office ot Zion Hill In Scott countyHarry Elkes rode 351 miles on a bl cyale paced by a motor In an hour at Boston Burglars blow open the safe In the Franklin poatofllco and got 8500 In money Over 400 bodies of victims of the re rent storm were found at High Island Texas seaside resort Tbe Houston Texas Post prints a list of 4754 persons who lost tbelr lives In tbo Galvestoii flood Dr Hunter McGuire who was Stonewall Jacksons medical director died at his homo near Richmond Va Fire at Owentoa destroyed Bill Bros livery stable and 10 other buildings tho loss being estimated at 815000 The 120th anniversary of tbo battle of Kings Mountain will be celebrated at Sycamore Creek Toad Sept 25th Teller Forbes of tbo First National Bank Chicago committed suicide af ter getting 820000 short In his accounts The first through train from Nashville to Harriman Tonn oyer the Tennessee Central railroad was run Tuesday A carriage In which Gov Mount was riding at Indianapolis was struck by n escapoCramJohn R Torhune for 10 years mana ger of the Western Union olllces In Lexington ban been appointed mann ger of the companys oillcos at Now Orleans More minors have joined the strikers Superintendentsertons ostensibly to protect scabs In the operation ot collieries The comptroller of the currency shows by a late report bat under the now law applications have been re organizadthan 30000 each GUS McCORMAOS COUIIIGEO A UUAXKS Is a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic pasty JAMES T JONES II a candidate for jailor of Lincoln ounh KUhjeet to tho action ot tho domocmtlo iurly Will LANDGPP counrTMALES U WRIGHT In a CAiidldMo for Aestwtor of Ltucolu coun- tS subject to the acilou of tho democratic party 1DISK FARMER 18 n CandlJato for Jailor suuioet to tho no eollclaiyouraappwra JOHN C PEPPJLES OauutyenUJoctty Your support is solicited BLUEGRASS SEED goalebefore you buy U C IilMX ITIIUV Ave Small Farm For Sale A Somutoutbuilding fairly good pirate wirer W K Uattsy5a tder Ky SEED WHEAT AND RYE IlmvolOOO buOioi of extra good seed wlimu and bushels of excellent rye fo He Mil andsee It 1rtco rcasounliio UOItUIS FKBI Stanford Ky FINL FARM FOR SALE Dr P W Lajnn9 fain W IM acres of No UanctM Perk Mud it or uln iwlviidr It has walla pUdW two star liricl hiw In s OU1Me1Jot woo1IId srted walael andn alt atrv s a 111 r1 w Ituletd dIiable inuilaent Public Sale Of Land rAnd Eerehold Fttatare ltalOII1900IAt the late residence of decedent about aumlltw West of Ilustonvllle Kv toll at pub ofdecedent85 Aoros Of Land situated on the Cnrpontor Station and Morolaud turnpike road Also n tract of 46 Acre Of Tnbrci Lacd farmItwo par bet bid OIIlJpledOnl trumlbulldtnjtand Includes a ooiWju of 3 or room ofhousehold onothtodmonths with Interest tram dato and n lieu retained to n curu payment Tho personal btglnpromptlyEUWAItl ALCOHN Agent TW ARMS FOR SALE Hiring declilfd to tbangenijr vocation I will Mil privately my on lire 34 of a onelandloadbalaocqbrickolwlllngIrmtone water ai the door two good tenement oUtlUlldll1PIwithstock wa er tulLe this the most dmlralile lane In this end of the count CrabOrchardlUau Crab Urchin Spring All lu grau with a large atock barn and an abundant ol water with one of the Anal building sites In the uelghbor hood LanralerFor urine orsdrasIt Ky Drs Slavin 6 PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will ba In Uantllle andFridayWill U In Stanford TUWIRTI Thursday and Sat urdayi- Otoce In the IVnnington Uuildtng Stanford41 fic boon to 171 uj 110 r OSTEOPATHY a DrAprinciples of Analoinjr and 1byilology for Ita re rubbingnourqiraloperationsacclaim natural nuayparts I1rlllloINrnouIroolralloncatarrh Weak lye Granulated Lid bites Constipation191mball sadJointsIoconotorduxlaIlree FOX LOGANa LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANYILLE KENTUCKY nndtorW Logan Wood Manager h OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN We are actually soiling goods in of our departments for loss than our most coosoiynilvo buyers paid for them Bargain hunters are taking advantage of it oio you one of tlrmT Do you appreciate the purchasing power of a dollar Do you toow that your money will roach onethird further with us than with most any ol our competitors Dont doubt this OMorlion but come and let ut prove to you the Iruihfiiiocesof its 10 Tub Of Calico For Only 35c I Ladles Extra Loug Seamless fast black Hose fc Ladles bleached ribboned Vests 15ogrado uuFc Shirt WaUts all styles your choice JOe Slkxcs WlroIIoir Iln t lie 2 Papers uC urns PIns ttiPair lions Ural Cotton lloso ounw wnuuu ww 25C Suit Mens llalbrlggan Underwear 48c Dollar gtado Silk bosom Shirts onlyM 48c Ladles nicely trimmed Duck Skirts cut toofM73cMens Mcgtigee Shirts detached collar iM Mens Elastic Seam Drawers only 43 t Linen And Crash Goods 20x15 inch Check Towels only 3J- 33x16 J inch Check Towels only per pair 10x40 Bleached Cotton Towels only Ibc per pair S3r44 Bleached Towels Marvoillos border lOc Clinch Red Tablo Dnmk 16c Inch lied anti Illuo Table Damask fast color 2tcIShoe Bargains Galore Ladles lino Oxfords small spree only 35c Ladles Ittack or Tau Oxfords or Ilucklo Slippers all sizes only 4Sc Patent Tip and Face Oxfords worth 1160 only 85c- Ladlca McNtmara patent buckle slippers worth f2 only 9crLadles f2 eprlngheol button Shoes worth 12 go for Mens plain or cap toe Dress Shoos worth tl60 go forOScMe-nsStylish Vl Finished Shoes worth f2 reduced to12fLadies Dongola Patent Tip Shoes Only 68c While these few prices are submitted remember that wo aro dashing and cutting throughout tho entire stock Our buyers are at present in the astern markets and some ot our shipments are arriving dally Everything that Is nice now clean ant nobby will always be found on our shelves When In dont fall to see tbe ewdlr by tlo for high band collars that are so popular everywhere We are makings special run on them at 25c Louisville Store S LINGER BROS PRORS T D RAN EM MGB QUERN QUALITY A Trifle Mannish Handsewed welt extension sole Most popular street boot of tho season SEE THAT THIS 1RAnr uu I IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOE The Best Shoe on Earth Stylish Comforta and Durable See new styles Cunjmins S McClary t CLEANUP SALE nuwQnwm Womens And Childrens ShoestAnd Slippers eIfyou want Bargain see our BARGAIN COUNTER W E PERKINS eCrabOrchard Ky W B M9BOBEBTSi DRUGGSTJi Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Presrrlp onj carelully filed day or night Patent Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful lino of Stationery Ulank Books of every desctlpHon Office Long Distance Telephone See ifyou are not behind with your subscription Remit if you are THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY SEPT 21 1900- E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUB beat materials combined with care 1111 apd accuracy Insure good results No aro overused In our prescription work Ponu Drug Store t PERSONALS Mns W PrATE wont to Louisville Tuesday ICIIAIID C MARTIN hai gone to Somerset i MitH A DENNY Is visiting at Plttsburg J O McCbAKY was in Olnclonatl this week Miss ANNIt APHLOOIC hat returned to Llvloi itou- CIIAULKS Luina wont to Nlchoas villa yellol day R 0 ENamnAN JR was In Louis vllle thle week V Mi83 VANNAII BBJK visiting friends In Louisville MUSS LRTTIB II HUM has taken roomi at Mils Florence Truohcartf- MR W M nuODBiiAH U now one ot J H Uautfhman Co8 millers I OEOHOB S SitBLnv passed up to the moontnlDB ycBtordoy to buy ontlloI M1BSB3JANRA DMTTIE WAui8R of Garrard are with Mrs J C Hays Mil JOHN W MooiiB of Carey It visiting bU daughter Mrs Ed Wilkinson KD WILKINSON bill tnovpd his faintly Into bfe new homo on Whitley Ave axes MH AND MRS Jnssn MHRSIIOK ol Corbin are guests at John Mer shon f MISS FANNIR COIIAOR of George town li with her sister Mrs O W Martin Mlts E n DCAZLKY and baby are lo Jeisamlno vliltinp ber sister Mrs J II Turner bin W E 1FnitlNa of Crab Orch art went to Cincinnati yesterday to buy more goods MIt OEOUOB B WnAUEN wife and daughter Jo ephlno returned to 1a ducab yesterday Mus H D PillLUlS and Mln Julia Phllllj of Franklin ate guests of Dr Suede Phllllpi II F CONWAY postmaster of Leba non WILl hero this week seeing after his telephone Interests Mil NIl MRS Sit WOKTIIAM ate laodinl the burial of bit brother Smith Wortham at Lancaster MlMHB Annul AND LOCINOA fUT 8e of the WaiL find have matriculated at Stanford Fomalo College J U COOK who hat been vUltlng rolatlvet bore nod at Hunonvlllo will return to Xiibvlllo today MW8tt DaLtu DeNNY and Sara Dunn went up to Mlddletboro Wad nose day to volt Mn S M Logan A GOOF letter from II M Newlaad wise wee In the Galvo ton Texas die otter will appear In our noxt issue Missus MARY AND NULL ADAMS went to Cincinnati yesterday to buy goods for their Huitonvlllo millinery store MISS L MA MOSTOOMKRYof Doylo It boarding at Mr ItaUh Whites and attending tho public school with a number from a distance M18SB8 ANNIREVANd BRat t T and Annlo Hello Woods returned Tuesday from a delightful visit 13 Mn Sanford Allen at Mlllcrtbuig MRS P W CARTBII and Misses Fan nlo and Lea Powell aro at Dripping Springs where the latter writes they are faring sumptuously WILL G LACKEY ESQ who Is mak log reputation and money In the legal profession at St Louis lIon a visit to his father lIon G A Lackey and sisters Masses ALES TRAYLOR Su and W II Traylor and Misses Mamie Hlatt and Mary Alpha Traylpr are taking In Cincinnati and Louisville e this week MISSES DAISY AND LILLIE HITCIUB and Messrs W D Crabb nod lion Ritchie of Louisville aro with tho Misses Mcnefco Mil T N RoiiERTS tho retired 4Danvillo merchant Is rusticating with at Crab Orchard Ho tells us ho may go Into the grocery business at Little Britain MORRIS FRED and family will go tot Loulsvlllo Sunday Ho asks us testate that Messrs William Daugherty and Jesse Traylor will run hit exchange tbo few days ho is absent CHARLES E Cox hat given up hit position In the Loulsvlllo Store and will go on tho road for a Loulsvlllo house after a brief rest Mis Snllle Shelton has succeeded him BY an oversight the return of Dr R A Jones from a course of lectures at Now York was not noted in our last Ho Is back hard nt work In his oHIco better prepared than over for file proto fession DR W B PENNY and family left Wednesday to live in Danvlllo Dr Penny Is a splendid dentist and wo bespeak for btm a liberal share of pr tronago promising that ho will give satisfaction BOYLE WOOL OL of Loulsvlllo son of Henry E Woolfolk editor of tbo Danvlllo Advocate has accepted a nattering otter from Hill Horwltz Dowers Chicago music publishers to represent thorn In the EaU and will leave in a few days and will tako up his now duties W P WALTON wlfo and children accompanied by Mlsa Emma Owsloy loft for Lexington yesterday where Mr Walton will have charfio of tho now democratic dally to bo started Sun day Tho movo will doubtless bo only temporary as Mr Walton Is fearful that ho will be unable to stand all night work and to much of It x LOCALS FHESH oysters J II Moir NEW styles Queen Quality shoes at Cummins tc McClarys 1KB ELLIOTT ai succeeded Mall Car rlcr Brummott on the Klngsvllla lino TOMORROW Is tho day for Qllnp claims against the county for this fiscal year JUST opened now stylo Patent Kid Shoes and Kid walking Boots for la dies J P Jones Wli aro headquartersforcoal hay corn oats and all kinds of feed J H Baughman Co ALWAYS reliable Kolglor Shoos In all the now fall styles and leathers at Severance Sons PEOPLE who llvo In tho knobs toll us they saw frost Monday Tuesday and Wednesday mornings Till Crab Orchard democratic club will meet tonight Friday and bo ad dressed by several good speakers NEW Percales French Flannelettes Eiderdowns Calicoes Flannelettes Eddy Silks Sateent Ac Suveranco Sons U S CADDIS writes us n letter from Liberty to tell us how clover Jailer non has boon to him during his Incar ceration lION GROHOR E SrONRol Liberty has a long Hit of appointments to speak beginning at Mlddlaburg Sept 29th at night Tax woven wlro and plokctt fence tho moat economical fence on the mar kot OJk pickets Call and see them A C Sine MRS ELIZA POKTMAN has through her agent Mr W A Tribble sold her residence on lower Moln to Mrs Embr T Beazlcy for 2000- ROCIICASTLE voters irrespective political t nlllllallons should hear Attor fey General Robert J Brecklnrldges speech at Mt Vernon Monday It will be an eye opener I WILL tell some household furni tare consisting of bode mattresses chairs anJ sets of furniture at the Commercial at McKinney Saturday 12d Salo begins at 2 oclock I M W A Trlbblo 2t AT Liberty Monday 24th Bone R C Warren and Harvey Helm will main tall the principles of democracy nod tell why Bryan Bcokbarn and the oth or tumiard bearers of the party should be olooted ASSESSOR C O BAKUR will have only one deputy to take the list this year A A Crutohflold who will ateets half of the Stanford precinct bait of tho HuRtonvlllo and all of Crab Oroh ard Mr Baker doing the rest THE engine house of Morris Freds Dlx River Roller MlU burned the other night but strange lo say tho onI glno was not damaged Some cinders that had been thrown out started tbo Oro which by hard work was extin guished before It got to the mill DEPUTY SUIIUJoFMarsbal J A Shannon of Crab Orchard has resign od to accept tbo position of deputy sheriff under S M Owens and bo will make a good one He will however continue to bo a terror to evil doors at Crab Orchard over which bo will have especial surveillance TilE convention of the Cnrlstlan Womans Board ol Missions of the 10th district comprising Lincoln Garrard Madison nod Rockcistlo counties will behold In IIuBtonvlllo Thursday S7lh Morning afternoon and evening tics sions All who are Interested In tho work cordially invited to attend THERE nothing more susceptible to tho changes of the weather than printers rollers and printers Ink and a number of papers besides our Tues days edition show the effects of tho cold snap The sudden change made Ink and rollers as hard almost as rocks THE business manager will not be able to do as much running around as of yore now that the editor Is In Lex ing but ho hopes his friends and patron will not think he doesnt want job printing and money because bo does not come after It If you need printing of any kind send him an order and If you owo for subscription or otberwho just lot tbo filthy lucre come along too TimE prohibition special train with the candidates for president and vice president John Gi Woolleyund Henry D Metealfo Rev Sam Jones and Vol noy D Gushing of Maine and Nation al Chairman Stewart will arrive at Danvlllo at 1 P M Oct 4 where for an hour one or more of the speakers will address the peoplo at tho courthouse so District Elector Gco L Carpenter tolls us The stop will cost the prohl bitionists 150 and contributions for tho purpose can be handed Mr Carpenter Moroland or W H Sallee Danvlllo who have guaranteed the amount SCHOOL TAX Tbo trustees of the Stanford school district have decided to bold an election Oct n the same day a trustee to bo elected In place of Dr W B OBannon to take the sense of the people as to whether a tax of 18o on tbo 8100 shall be levied so as so employ two more teachers at the public school extend the line and practically make it a graded institution There aro now 151 pupils and only three teachers who find it practically im posslblo to do all justice The need of a good graded school in which the peo plo have confidence is very apparent hero and If the additional tax will accomplish tho purpose it will bo money well spent There Is no provision lor- a poll tax la the order of election WILL give 12ic for eggs Hill Bof k Now is a good Imo have that pc turo made Miss Sacray Srociccf Guns received Craig I Hockpr G1NTLtMENThebeet earth is a Hauan Shoo J P loner HAAS Hog Cboera remedy will save your sick hog Get it at Pennys Drug Store DONT forgot that a dempcratlo club will be organized at Gotbcn Saturday afternoon Go and join THE democrats of this vicinity will meet at tho courthouse tonight to form a Bryan and Beckham club WE need our wheat sacks so send them in at once if you dont expect to pay for them J H Baugbman fc Co Foil a strictly firstclass medium price sowing machine buy the ball bearing Eldrldgo B from Ulgglra McKlnncy AT the bop club meeting last night Preston L Book was elected president George D Florence vlco president and Forest McClary secretary cad treasurer BEAR In mind that Col W G Welch and Hoe Georgo E Stone will cpoak at IluBlonvlllo tomorrow Saturday ate ternoon Go and hear elmon puro dem ocratic doctrine A WAQEiiof two onoBeckham was made at Danville Monday It will bo 10 to 1 against the Boyle county en try before the campaign grows much older This Is democratic year sore enough dell yesterday to lay the dust but unless all signs fall we will bavo a good ono today Stock water It very scarce while in a good wateryBOY A BPT TON Photographer E H Fox of Danvlllo has a bntton ma chine and Is now turning out some very fine Bryan Beckham and Vcrkes but tons In tbo latest stylo of mounting Ho sells them cheaply and they aro the best that have been seen hero News NEWS comes from Hustonvlllo that Dr Ed Alcorn will begin In a few days to build a handsome brick business building in the place of the ono oceu plea by June H Reid corner Danville and Main Streets It will materially Improve the appearance of tho capital of the West End MAKING DEMOCRATS B F Ferrill of Moreland writes us that two weak republican brothers ono a recta con Tort to that faith spoke in the West End the other night and tbo result is tho democrats will gain several votes He says the two speakers wore about the worst that over happened DBTKCTIVE A RHBSTBD Deputy Joe A Shannon arrested and delivered to Sheriffs M Owens yesterday J D Stccnberpon Mie Crab Orchard detec tive who la wanted ut Glasgow for fall lag to appear against certain partlci charged with selling whisky there Stccnborgcn worked up tho cases and claims that ho was In Alabama when the trials were called Ills bond was hxd at 11700 which ho failed to give and Deputy C D Owens loft with him for Glasgow this luornln TilE TRUTH op TILEMATTERRoe tarring to a report of the speaking Somerset Monday tho Lexington Leader publishes an alleged special from there telling bow lIon Wood G Dun lap did up tho democratic party aIdivisioning Dunlap through and then attempt ing to answer him adding From the amount of noise Cal Warren madu ho evidently believes that It is the thunder and not the lightning that hurts Not one ripple of applause did bo get nor would bo have had anybody to bear him If Mr Dunlap had tot requested them to remain and hear both sides The truth of the matter Is that the republicans had refused to permit Hon W B Smith to divide tlmo with Mr Dunlap and ho would bavo had to speak at 10 A M had ho come but be failed and Mr John W Colyer spoke at that hour Mr Warren asked Mr Dunlap for a division of time but was told that while ho was willing the committee would not permit It Mr Dunlap promised to ask his hearers to remain and listen to Mr Warren but forgot to do so till twothirds of them had left Mr Warren never bad a more enthusiastic audience or ono that complimented his efforts more Ho alto says that Mr Dunlap made a good speech from his standpoint and did not Indulge In the usual abuse of speakers of his party MATRIMONIAL Miss Matlldo MacGrcpor of Louis ville and Mr J W Huaton of Philadelphia are announced to marry John Logan Carpenter aged 21 and Mae Mlnnlo May Yocum 18 were married at John Lays Wednesday J W Southerland of Casey aged 21 and Mies Nancy Ellen Hall 15 of the West End wero mado ono at Hue tonvlllo yesterday Cant Thomas Hntchlson of the Cin cinnati Southern who used to live horo was married Wednesday at Bur gin to Miss Mattlo Gann of Dayton Ten Mrs W T Muir was granted a dl voraQ at Lexington with alimony of 85000 and given judgment of 95000 against Mrs Mary E Muir her hus mother for alienating his affec tions O B Bwlnebroad and Miss Noll Marrs both popular young of Lancaster w Wednesday next at 1030 A M at the residence of her brotherinlaw Mayor Robert Kin nalrd a n LAND STOCK CROPS ICi W P Grimes sold 50 owes at 8410 Twelve horses entered the 210 Hit this season J M Reynolds sold to W B McKin nay a bunch of hogs at He Tho Columbia Now reports sales of youne mules at 82760 to 846 J F Cash sold to W W Lyon a thrcoy carold marc for 8120 Eight or nine steer calves for sale J M Reynolds Wayne bur Seventy nice yearling cattle for salo J E Wright Mllledgovllle Ky Bentley Bros sold four extra fine horses to Joo Klndlg of York Pa for 8700 Frank Stewart of Atlanta bought 10 horses for 83350 In this and adjoining ccuntlesDr Reid sold to Col Under wood two 0 I C gilts at 810 about lOo per found J B Poster sold to E P Woods 25 225pound hogs at lie and a little light er bunch ntlje S M Sautley of this olllco bought of M J Farris Jr a combined dark bay Ear jle Bird gelding for 850 J A Hamtnon bought Monday of different parties 20 sugar mule colts at tram 850 to 870 Georgetown Times Gay Bros of Woodford said to Ceo Webb of Philadelphia the premium combined marc Erne Lillian for 81 000 A Hack sow shoat came to uiy place In Juoo Owner can get ber by paying for this notice and keep Wm Beck Stanford Joo H Jordon of Atlanta bought of S n Baughman six horses at liD of Jesse Walter one at 670 and another at 8SO and of John Cook one for 835 Harry Lazarus bought 20 nice mules paying prices ranging all the way from 840 w SilO Thomas Fisher was in quest of suckling mules but only bought four for which he paid from 830 to 840 Glasgow Times About 6000 cattlo on tbo Mt Ster ling market best steers selling at 4jc lower grade 4l 13 440 yearling steers sold as high as 41c about 1000 sheep on the market mostly wethers brought 3c Sentinel Democrat- S M Owens tells us that ho sold to New York party for 8100 the best pair of fouryearold mules that ever left the county They wero sired by Sam uel Holds bald face Jack Balaam one of the best mule Jacks In tho State Ho also sold to J H Jordan of Atlanta a plsln horse for 10- 5CHURCH MATTERS Two hundred and fifty ministers aro attending the conference ol the M E Church North at Somerset Rev P E Chock held a meeting at High Bridge which resulted in 82 ad ditions to the Christian church 18 by baptism and 10 restored one for tbo Baptist and two for tho other denomi nationsThe Cumberland River Association In session at Pleasant Hill resolved to Urge the business men of Somerset to use their influence against reopening the saloons there and to refuse to trade with those who advocate tho whisky tattlc Elder Z T Williams has been very successful in his church work since his return from Jerusalem He has held five meetings up to this writing re suiting in 75 additions to tho church Mr Williams states that his trip to the Holy Land has been a great benefit to him In preaching and that tbo money outlay In his travels was profitably ox pended Columbia News IN NEIGHBORGCOUNTIES Arthur Madison stabbed James Hill eon fatally at Somerset IJThe London fair Is going on and good crowds arc attending Water has been hauled for the Lan caster electric light plant for two weeksJ Ludwig formerly of Harrods burg was given a life sentence at Lex ington for the murder of Martin Stev ensJohn Harris Stone aged 14 son of Capt Sam II Stone exauditor of Ken tucky died at Louisville from the effects of an operation for appendicitis Wtlllo Cordell and Rufus Goodman two boys of Strunks Whitley county were run over and killed by a Cincin anti Southern fast train whllo playing on the track James Harvey Davis at ono time one of Boyle countys wealthiest citizens Is dead He left a second wife and two children W J Davis and Mrs J B McFerran by a former marriage The Information that the chickens aro dying by the wholesale from lime borneck in Jessamine county Is not calculated to carry much opmfort to the members of the Methodist conference who are In annual session In Nicholas vlllo this week Georgetown Times A Miss Jones aged 14 was shot and killed near Albany by unknown par ties She was preparing dinner when the mysterious crlmo was enacted LATER Travis Brown was captured and lodged in jail at Albany The mob formed at Cartnrlght to hang him but Lbo sheriff dodged them and reached the Jail In safety DANVILLECJumood the coal and grain merchant has sold out to Will Lillard who will como to town to live Mr Thurmond has mado no other arrangements but his friends hope ho will remain In Danvlllo Ceo nnls sold to L B Hughes of Garrard his house and fivo acres of ground three miles and a half from Danvlllo near the Lexington pike for 8550 W E Mitchell and son George Mitchell have been Indicted by tho Boyle county grand jury for dynamiting S G Montgomery of Boyle county and Miss Clltlo Belle Watson of Rockcastle wero granted marriage lIcenseAd vocate Goy Beckham has just been made an- Elk Public Sale of Fine Farm An agent no will rell to the highest bid Jer On Saturday Octobor 6th 1QOO On the premise The Farm of 368 Acres Of splendid Dlnogrrm lurid belonging to the help of tho Into Adam Ourocntcr The term Meson tho edge of Cn toy county about S miles south of Huktonvllle every acre Is fertlln and tillable On It near tbo con ler of tine place le a largo twostory frame dwelling containing eight rooms and two halts Ioublestory ocli lo front and on ell largo stock barn uear the house and nil necessary out building Thcro are two barns couvcnlcntly located that win house about 20 acres About one llild of the farm Is well sot In grass the balance In wheat and corn thN year tauter Is iDundnnt everywhere t splendldorcind of selected fruit can l e no divided as to havo a good ooement house on ono iiiico wtahtngtoIlno Hro who llw upou It Seeding privileges now fUll potvoshlon Jan 1001 To rm very rcitcouBblc will be made known on day of sale Sale promptly at oclock J W 1I00K It EPW ALCOHN Items llusionrllle Ivy No stir REPORT OF TilE CONDITION r THE NATIONAL BANK OF KUSTOHYILLE AT MUSrONVILLE- U the Iater Kentucky at the ulnae of business Sept tlh 150- 0RESOUitCES LMOS and dlce1M fie JH W Overdrafts Secured sod unsecured 491 41 US Uondsta tsar clrculltiehM IJIrtw 10I flanking Usual furniture sad fixtures W Due Iran National Dank not serve Agents 11470 42 Dutrom State Hanks and Hankers to Pus frsm approved reserve arena 71711 N Checks and other caih ItemnInternal Revenue SUn t s III Notes ol other Nston hanks 3470 00 Fractional paper currency nickels a- ndcenM 00 Lawful Money Reserve In Bankvif Specie 970 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer per cent of circulation OH 00 TOILm J1S40M LIABILITIES Capital stock paid InMMOOO 00 Surplus fund m 23000 00 Undivided profits leas eipcnus and taxes paid 215530 State Dank notes outitanding to Due to other National Banks 2810 JDue to State flanks and HaokenM Individual deposits subject to check 92132 69 Total 181031 I J W Hockcr cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly awesr that the above statement Is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief J W Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th dayol Sept U W llvss N P L C J VfowaLL U Director TJ 1omxsnx NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUlIU sm hrs JUNCTION CfiTVw KV MPlrklClae Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Groin and Hay For SRIt PUPLIC SALE I Hftviug told inv farm I will on Thursday Ssptembsr 27 1000 At tlio farm about ono mile from Habblc on the Hush llfimcl pike offer fur taco wy stock and farming Implements consisting of high grade red cows helfor and bull cnlvse ono fluo hornless bull lot of yearlings and steer calved lot of broodmares bred to jack 12 good mule colts 0 of them mires 3yearoIu jack by old Tom Kcena and out of old Heater ono of Lori tlubblos premium jonnWa nearly 10 hands high and a good one jennet lu foal r Tom Keeno 5yenrold stallion by Oliestcr Dare tome hogs etc Terms made known on day of sale Salo will begin nrompllv nt 10 oclock KyIIPUBLIC SALE OF 50 Head Of Shorthorns AND Double Standard Polled Durham Cattle AT FOX LOSAKS SALE SA WI Danville Ky Oct 5th bentbullSharomTonng3iaryand sue pure Satto family or nags For Individ ual merit and breeding tbls herd ranks second to nose In the South ai we h rye spared no plus or expense to collecting it We oBer to breeders a nreoppoitunltr to secure jountf thrifty animals of choice quality We will offer no old or barren animals Wilts for catalogues Sale begins at KyColCOAL SALT byOctof tho bet coal also suit and I will sell It to merchants by wagon load at a very small margin Will continue to pay the highest IhmdlngsOoodsOlve me a moneyII DONT FAIT TO 00 TO JOHN J ALLENS SALE on Saturday Sept ag 1900 You will find Bargains In Stock Crops Im plements Flno Tobacco o MUSIC LeSSONS Hy an experienced lady music teacher 820 r term of five months 2 hour lesson par week Call at Mn 8trau- baSHORTHORN BULLS I shorthornbullsyoung stock of both sex subject to register that will sell ebssp that Is one of the bulb tha A 21 FELAN- DTo Sell FarmsY- ou want to drop an adver tisement In the best mountain newspaper which U the Son erlael JoUrrjal Two Inches ono month for 81 In advance F J OAuiiicu Manager Somerset Ky 3J A ALLENCOs Contractors And Builders STANFORD KYy Have uow a complete stock of Rulldlug Material Yellow Pine Flooring Ceiling Door Sash niludu and nil klmlsof Dressed and Rough Lumber Bhlnglos and Steel Uooinr Lo run Porte tc We mnUeestlmaioson anyklnd of work wanted Offlco opposite Dr L H Cooks THE UFRZOR GRAIN DRILLS Are Still In The Lead Buy it and you will make no mistake Also t the Miama Valley Fertilizer We have been using this for several years with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY LastNearly Over r All Siimmcr Goods go at Greatly Reduced Pricesw 50c Shirts Now Go at 38c i tl Shirts at 60s and 75c 2 Slippers at 135 150 SLIPPERS AT 1 1 Slippers at 75c 50c Underwear 38c a x 7 y 25c Underwear 19c Straw Hats half their original values This will net appear again but the goods will be bete IHIo Jo 191l OJffiJruR1rS8 GTI 1 Claim 1 S We learn on your Quality and Fair Prices fe of our aro full of the very rq Of Dress a few YLES below tl tI 38 Inch Homespun in mix 50c 51 Inch Zibellne in Black Brown mix SI llfJ 00 Inch Covert inj If 1rK 40 Inch Pebble Cheviot mix 98c New field lack Skirting per yard ti I Plain LikeTHE Goods I In many new weaves to t3 50 See our French 3 Waists iij SONS nw in FALL r Children GOODS 1Buy early and you stylesWSiSl the handsomest line of +II Embroidered Hand displaynnd Betoortape suspender all principlet n see themcamas r from the shoulder doing feeling away with common that dragging other waists What brings comfort to the children is pleasing to the mother They are better in every respect wear fl cost no more than the infer lorlinds ASK TO SEE 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 la Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres THE INTERIOR JOURNAl f fXnttred n the pottoffice at Stanford a con claN matter TtsbltahaTua lyaxxdFxtdn vA- T i 31 PER YEAR CASH i pa WhmaotaopadtD20owill e barged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 54 Train going Korth 63 a m a 24tam 23II II South 12 8a in 2bU IJSZpm For slliPolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 25 ArrrlTM at Stanford at 103 No Learca Stanford at 210 u No ArrlTM t HowltniUt 1200 DAY No 22 Lures Stanford at 230 f QUEEN Rc CRESCENT Trains Ruin South put Junction City No oe n atp So 31160 rM NoS 1122 AM PM- 0ntnZSnuthNo2 doasntstop No 8 43 No 01 ill P II GtI FRANKFORT AriD CINCINNATI Trains n Frankfurt at 650 t 1340 PM and p connecting Georgetown with the q A O Iktnrnlnst leave Purls at aSO and R4U P x reaching Frankfurt utter connecting with U to Iraonsat1120Am7a0P aandelsrxT- he latter train leares for Oennrftown ai 213 p J It NEWTON 01 A SOUTHERN 4 RfllUflY ON KENTUCKY I Caf Mt4 SlbwJalt li If ot Mlf 10 100 IA8TBOUHD No L No NOS Louisville 74Sam Ttipm- tlOamAT ShelDyrllle 53pm POfirra Ar Larencebc 860am tSptD ipra- iaiemJa Versailles lIt7pm ia04 m Ar Lexington nlam 715pm 100L m wzeTaouNa No II No E h04 L1 Lsx nxtoa1mA-r pm1Sam Versailles 7Sam Sttttim 635am AT LarenteftD3m 630pm s53am Ar SbelbyTlll LOam Mipm 830am- ia40amAT LoulnlU 740pm TMara lUTBOOna WUTDOCHIX Ufa t1 No II 1 14l- olpm 7 dam IL v fa4atm Ullpm laooatn LT nATJpIISINo TSOam MOaa 7 pmiat5amlAr TIOaa BASTBOCirtX WX9TDODHIX a is No8T RrATTONa IatNa6a400pm 745am Lv Loulsrll Ar lX40am 740pm 132pm IOam LT SbelbrllAr 10am 6M5pm l 7pm lBm LT Versllei Ar 760am 609pm TlOpm 1110am Ar Midway LT 730am 349pm 740pm ILBOam Ar Oeoretn LT 700am 310pm BASTBOUKIX WB3TBOUKD fNo 1N0 I TAT10N8 tNo lLtNo z746am 400pm LT LoulsTll A 1040am 740pm- 1022am 60Tm LT Venues Ar 760am Rpm ILOeam 736pm Ar NIchlTlll Ar 069am 405pm 210pmUepmrATtOIlIL t No L No 746pmIArl Daryllle TOOpm 74Sam Ar AsaeTUla son liopm Ar SaTumah 616am Ar Jacluontllla Bt5am LT Chattanooga 806pm slimA- Z Atlanta mzspm 1160am zIpmArL Chattanooga 010pm 046am Ar Ulnalnchain 1006pm 46am 93opnArNo Bleeping ear Loulirlllo to Blr Bslocbam via Lexington sod Chattanooga No tree obaerralloa chaircar LouiaTlll 1 fexlnrto No e free obterrallon chair ear Lexington u loalaTllla No nleeptnr ear Blrmtncbamto LoulaTlll vIa Lexington All trains between LemlaTllle Lexlnstoa end Burcln dally- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos II and isaally Not 87andasaallyexeeptSunday Between Versatllea NIcbolaaTlllo Rich- Mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tlTatly except Sunday Other trains dally rSOAn50K 3J VP OM J M CULl T M Waahlncton D C VTashlnf ton PO WATUBICO A WMiLTATLOSAO PA Waahlneton Dt a LoulsTllls KT- l MDHflNROWl J ra e BETWEEN LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE TO CaliforniaAND VAST NORTHWEST Two trains dally except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION I cmCAGOI Palace Drawing Room Sleepers c IT DACOX D P A t IT W Cor 4th aud Market Sta LoulaTlllt J+ G+ McGbMY UNDERTAKES auuCacUrer and Dealear In 2S AE1TES3 SADDLEBY 0M Stanford Ky I TOGETHER Wbllt of the stormy weather Where wild waves lash the chore togetherIForevermore P No tether I Of any time or tide Torevermore together Oer the green world and wide To tread the dlip ways lowly Where thorpe or violets growl rOnIp atarred or stormy weather Io shiver or adore Togettcrtill together SweeVjieart forevermorol- Iilfe like a dream Is ylng Into the black void drawn The llghtstho lights are dying Even as the bravo lights dawn VJillo the white teardrops gluten And dim tho morning light We listen still we listen For the calling of the Night But the Night ahall fall In splendor Over 11to1 stormswept shore And the keen thorns shall be tender With you forevermorel And what the stress of weather Dark angels hovering oerBo that we are together Sweetheart forevermore Frank L Stanton In Atlanta Constltu tion I THE DOGWOODS SECRET By Gabrlcllo E Jackson u IJKIOKtC30oJCh 00U- f cC AX you come with us Come where Out to the woods We are going to gather wild flowers for the flower table at the fair tonight Walt a second and Ill ask mamma Yes Its all right I may go and a moment later Madge Spaulding had whisked on her straw sailor hat and was bounding down the piazza steps to join the girls waiting for her They were a jolly happy lot a dozen or more from the big boarding school on the hill an Ideal one by the way where much liberty and few ruleelef the girls free to enjoy themselves according to their fancies the wise principal realiz ing that much more wnw to be expected from girls who were guided by love and taught to understand the limitation of the word gentlewoman than from those who lived In constant apprehen lion of tho bugbear word dont1 Madge was a day pupil at the school and had many friends among the boarders by whom she was always included in any plans for a good time Where are you going to get the flowers Up In the Ogden woods There are loads there and the dogwood Is perfectly beautiful now said Paula liar nettThe woods were soon reached and the girls scattered to the various parts of fering the greatest attractions Madge and Paula strolled away together It was an Ideal afternoon in the latter part of May and the woods were at they can only be In late springtime Birds were calling to each other in the maddest merriest way and waking the echoes wth their jubilant songs Sun beams played at hide and s ek with the children danced upon the bright greet leaves and painted the flowers witl more brilliant hues Lets go down this path said Madge I see loads of dogwood bIos soms in that little dell All right come on and Ill make you a beautiful wreath The girls were seen in the little dell- a fairylike pot in the midst of the woodland where the grass teemed greener the sun brighter and the dog wood blossoms more snowy white than elsewhere A hedge of the trees grew about the edge of the open space which seemed to have been planned by Dame Nature for fairy revels Now sit right down on the soft grassy bank and Ill dressyou up said Paula and she had soon woven a pretty wreath of blossoms about Madges sun ny head I see some beautiesover there Dont stir while I get them Madge snuggled down in her soft nest and Paula wandered further and fur ther away Madges eyes followed her in a dreamy sort of way for how could one help being dreamy when the very sunshine was brimful of dreams Presently as she sat there in the ab solute silence of the woodland broken only by the distant call of a hermit thrush or hum of an insect she became conscious of another sound a very sin gular one indeed Sitting straight up she said aloud Can Spot tie have fol lowed ua Spottie was her foc ter rier Yap yap Yap yap Madge looked all about her but saw- ED sign of a dog theyIalthough they must be a long way off Xo we are not either We are rlghl here close beside you Madge held her breath and listened Intently Well Id like to know what you are and where you are any way she cried ntIknew what we are What wt were Im about to tell you If you care to listen Didnt you ever bear wbWI are called dogwood Hear about you Of course not Do you mean to say you are doing al this queer yapping talking I canl decide whether It sounds like pupplet yapping or the leaves rustling Oh think it Is both if you want to That tloesnt matter only pay atten ti u to what I am going to tell you ant try to understand that you are a very lucky girl to be told at all Then the blossoms on her head bent down lower and lower till they were close to bet ears and tiny volcescontlnued Xow sit still and pray dont Inter rupt oftenci thai once in five minutes 1aiilr wont bother us for site rnsgonl oil hurting for finer blossoms that wi are but she wont find them we areas STATE or OHIO CITY or TOLXUO u LLCAS cwory Fiuxx1 CIIKXKY sakes oth that lie senior doingbuslnulntheCityalbrauM and that slid firm the lUlU of ONBHLNDUEl HOUAIIS for eeb and errry ra CATAURK lhat cannot cured by Ito uoe or HALLS CATARBII OUR FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and sulncrlUJ In pros due this 6th day ot December A 1830 A CILEAM aiAL Notary futile Italla Catarrh Cure la taken islernaljsnJ icta directly on tbe blood and mucous aurfacca of the system Send for tMtlmnnlali free F J MnULv t OToledoO Sold 1 Haifa Familytarifts are the test fine as any only she cant sea it for we shook some of our pollen in her eyes and that has magical powers She wilt keep trotting about here there and yonder and never stop n second until the power of the pollen Isspent Youve heard of the dog trot havent you Well she is on one I wish youd hurry and get on with your story cried Madge Patience my dear Yon eve lucky to hear it at all When you learn that you are the only person artong the mHo lions on this earth who is privileged to do so you may congratulate yourself Youve heard of the dog star of counw Everybody has Sirius the grownups call it although I could never understand why for there is nothing very serious about it If thy could go there they would change their minds pretty quick Such romps Such funl othlng like it Isererknown down here Once a year the dog star sends its rays straight to this earth just to see If something cannot be done to stir things up a bit The people say then that dog days have come andtho dogs go nearly wild with delight for they understand the meaning of the messages sent by the dog star The people do not and very often the poor dogs have to suffer How can the dogs understand questioned Madge Dogs understand a vast deal moro than they are given credit for let me tell you The dog star is the dogs kingdom Such a blissful place Such liberty Such fun A leading string is unknown for there ore no two legged creatures to hold the other end of it And n muzzle If such a thing were mentioned no one would know what was meant Would wo were back there and in our former shapes Long long ago a certain king of SIrius gave a magnificent fete and all the kingdom was commanded to be present It was n gathering Days and weeks of feasting in right royal style Joints birdswords fail me I cannot describe It but everything a dog could wants dog could have If fat sides and sleek coals were an evidence of high living there was surely no want of it And yet even in the midst of all that lavish supply of good things there were those who were ungrateful and discontented Not content with being disagreeable themselves they must set about to make trouble elsewhere and ere longwehad n pretty state of affairs A general uprising among the malcon tents which threatened the kingdom and nearly cost our noble kings life What was the king asked Madge- A noble St Bernard greater and grander than you ever dreamed of and his only thought was for the good of his fellowcreatures But the plot was discovered jn time and the punishment of the evildoers was swift andsure It was midnight as you count time here and all SIrius was illuminated Everybody was joyous and happy when the miserable curs who made all the DONT STin WHILE I GO GET THEM trouble were brought Into the king presence How sad and grieved he seemed when he had heard n11l Ills splendid eyes were so eloquent in theh pityBut would you believe Heven- hen all had been exposed he would not punish them as they deserved but this is what he did You have no doubt heard of a shower of stars Perhaps you have seen them Had you been looking into the sky upon the night speak of you would have seen a shower I shall never forget Or cannot tell you how often ft was done for that is a SIrius secret but those conspirators were launched oil Into space and as they fell downward down ward ever falling falling straight toward this earth they became tiny stars and lest they should vanish for ever and never be heard of more King St Bernard let them fall gently upon the trees where they became the pearly white stars you call dogwood blos soma lint were there so many that had be bared badly asked Madge in surprise- Oh no Only n few hundreds but you must remember that it all hap pened ages ago and once transformed we could never resume our former shapes but must go on year after year living and blooming as dogwood blos somsIslt true thatyou sometimes poison people1 Only those who are unkind to dogs For just one hour during nn afternoon in May we may choose a mortal child and tell her the dogwoods secret and I have chosen you Would you like me to tell you how we live In the flog star Olt ever so much Please do Well you must know began the blossom voices but just then Paulo came hurrying back and the voices III stantly ceased Why Low funny you lopkl cried Paula Have you been dreaming You have such a funny stare In your eyes Madge jumped up saying In a queer voice Maybe I have but It was a lovely dream and I wish I could have another Xo I havent been nslccpN Y Her aid Tbo democrats of Boylo have reor ganized tho Bryan club which has done such good work in several cam patina and will make tblops from now until the election warmI Guthrie IB president of the club Woodeon May the secretary has a membership of close to 400 andS new names are being added dally The headquarters of the club are at Perryj vllle the Gibraltar of democracy Richard Olney will speak for Bryan before the Iroquois club of Chicago Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 pnicl in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve told Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond- If not write to the home office for literature or call on our nearest agent for an explanation of its terms and conditions Some of Its Strong Points It returns 1160 and five per cent interest far the avcrngo time for each dollar pall in 2 Stock taken now will all bo matured In from eighteen to twenlyfonr months with a largo part rwieciiml in a shorter 1 It Is matured in consecutive order consequently all clement of chance Is pllmlim ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin tho sooner will your coupons begin to mature For further information address A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary C UAIIEV Local Agent Stanford Ky Ioxington Ky I if You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines Cincinnatis First Fall FestivalrSeptember 19th to 29th Industrial Exposition Monster Floral Parade Fireworks and Daily Concerts Modern Midway Plaisance Athletic Carnival and a thousand other attractions Low Rate ExcursionsEvery of The Festival Ask Agent Queen Crescent for Particulars W 0 RlneaTBon Oenl Passenger Agent Cincinnati O owC rou8nw 0 4 almay 7 TO INDIANAPOLIS yTo CHICAGO trains Standard and Cars Car and Dining Cars r or Or Trade Two No IllnlMll riorpr Mullprt 2 years old Ono rhampton It miser one pony Saw Mill Urrnnnii A Va nialr tpmlat new ann It loose onepowerhosepuwrr a tw All tlitw 14yaWuJTMUrIt4UN i rfeutorder Trllllcuh Perriville K- yJ W FARKHILL 11DI HOMEOPATHIC PK7SIOIAH Or Purklilll hex bad years experience In the general practice of idlers lIt services to public Stanford and vicinity Spmlal attention given to chronic ease OIHce Court Ilotino over Ileaxlov limn Livery Stable Ofllco hours from to r M TOWN PROpeRTY FOil SALE I desire to sell the residence I now oc on Cuton til bcnita la a new welleupy built two Inane of right ram Modern sale The ground mmprlw over six acres of for bon sad cows Prfectfyanks from Main St Sun6m1 address 1ltMlI W tANUOlOnlllty iicA L DontFail Attend Four so U0s4 Fast 0Trains CINCINNATI TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS tavm 4 taint every weekday 3 trains on Sunday fullmsn and Wagner Sleepers on night trains Vtstlbulcd Parlor Cars on day trains = 43traInaenwrt Vesttbulcd Compartment Sleeping Parlor Cafe Sale I 20 of privately OLD MOCK WHISKY George n Woatliorford has a contract for KOILCOXTIIOL AD SALE ot Old Mock Whls r In Iluntonvlo Ky- II O MOCK Danville Ky E R DILLEHA Y DANVILLE K7 Manufacturer of IB PIGKTetnd Lime Cement o o Write Tor Prices Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will top market price cash for them and also Hides Wool Ftnlhor A PHDAVIS POSTED I hereby notify the public that my land la post ogthefullextentofthelawAedEI1ND Wanted To Rent A good Farm containing from ISO to WO acres Address ADTKimsin Lancas ter Ky POSTED rllfarntKrigerKyIfarm on Duck whateverIRE FARM FOR SALE Contain 105 acres and Is In n unlcndlj 23smilesInntl has on It n dnullliigcf live room and good tenant house besides nervaearv outbuildings Splendid orclmrd good and two springs Terms WKIOIIT Hustonvlllo Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEHLERS Milledgovillo Ky I2GoodLUTE l C- Ow S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With VltalUrd 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