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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rx h j n ca kr SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALll ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 1 7C YEAR k VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1900 9 A M NO 59 111New Rttraetions Fall Suits for Men Big or Little New Manhattan Shirts Latest things in Hats and Neck wear Best line of Shoes in town IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman Co NEW SHOESS Tho Huoll Bootes the Forward Ilootee the liockcr Bootee New Shoes For Ladies mack Tan and Patent Leather Childrens Shoes of Jill kinds Echoes Shoes New Underwear Dress Goods Ladle Cloak liens Boys and Children Clothing Cupets and Mattlncsand everything In Groceries 1Hustonville Ky Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able t Craig Hocker Stanford i lt il lttNl llNittr A C SINECO- NTRACTOR I X BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here- I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate any prices offered Clothing Rnd flats- At Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance Total lltrtlnx In fhw Above nee Geo H FaIl S G Co TKE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Thl two the mUsttens Bollery in Central KnMcVy saving been reo Lonsosj the now discovery In optic centyeegtlttPiwith the rimselouueAhntlgmat THEM LENSES FLATTER Japt r rnlvcd n largo tock jf the very latest Designs iJ7 Jyouldi gs never sold In thie locality beforehave to be seen to bo appreciated Sult Pattorne for framing from the simplest photorTolh to the mot elaborate pRlnlingl able the lot is the Now French moulding for suitable Among Mats French Water all pictures that re qcllcato framebr11hentin Danville call awl ecu us and get our prices W dulto a dainty will save you money1Third ftreet Opposite Post Office Danville Ky r o a e xab NEWS NOTES Now York bas contributed 8240051 to the Galveston roller fund A post oftlcu has been established at Wlllttwdalc Clay Ella W Pit man pORtmasterIWitnesses Introduced In the case of Jim Howard at Frankfort Include a number of mountaineer who have be teen them killed 27 men In a freight wreck on tha Q lh C at Sndlovlllu Scott county live tramps wire killed und five Injured three of thorn seriously A Now York man who prided him self on his heavy moustache commit ted jlclde when an antagonist pulled- It jut In a light Phil Gentile who snatched a lila mond out of J W Duncan shirt front at Lexington woe given eight years In the penitentiary The defalcation of County Clerk Glaudo Chinn of Fayotte bas been set tied and the suit against his bondsmen will bo dismissed Tho output of the anthracite coal In Pennsylvania Is 75000000 tons a year when the 160000 miner now Idle are working full time Four Negroes were lynched at Pontchatoula La They were taken from jail The town has recently been Infested with Negro burglars Near Sumpter Ore Fred Kano shot and mortally wounded his wife killed his stepdaughter and after burning the body of tho latter attempted sui cldoIAt Owonsboro James Drcathllt at tempted suicide by taking morphine because a paper had written him up for disorderly conduct at a public the week two of most famous surgeons of this country have passed away Dr Hunter McGuire of Vir ginia and Dr Lewis Albert Sayre of New York- J D Chenault State Insurance com missioner was appointed a member of the executive committee of the Na tlonal Convention ot Insurance Com missioners In session at Hartford ConnJim Howard bas proved a conclusive alibi observes ono of the organs of assassination More than that bo has proved that be was at pretty much every point In the State except in the Statehouse when Senator Goebel was assassinated Dy these same witnesses It can be proved that Senator Goebel committed suicide Louisville Times The gibbering ghouls of the organs of assassination are defiling the tomb of William Goebel and endeavoring to make the death of John Sanford killed In fair tight years ago a political Issue but this uoorly simulated horror of bloodshed may bo taken for its real worth when these same organs of as sassination exalt Jim Howardwho murdered old man Baker underclrcurn stances of peculiar ferocItyas the roeo and expectancy ot the young manhood of Kentucky Louisville Time Emma C Gilbert a beautiful talent ed girl of Enfield Mass was a 13th child born on the 13th day of the month When she was 13 she was stricken with a serious Illness She was one of the brightest girls In her class In the Westflold Normal School and wanted to bo a teacher The ap pointment came to her on the Itfth day of September It struck her like a blow Sunday night driven frantic by her thoughts and believing herself to be boodoed by 13 she blew out her brainstHIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J E Lilly a prominent dtlrrp of lUnnl had a tltllrmtic from a frlghuuldeatb In telling oft be say was taken with Tj uokl FeTr that rail Into toeuuio nla 31y lungs iweawe hardens wit w week I vouUnt aTen tit IIIn fwd Nothing heard we f rxprctrUlo soon of Coniuniptlon when I until of Dr King dew IiltooTrry One bottle gue great relief continued touted and now am well and trong I rtnt sap too much lu In praise TliU luarrdloui uif Woe U the surest and cure In the world torn Throat and Trouble IttftiUr sizes 60 cents and Triabottles free Drug Slott etery QI tie guaranteed At Mansfield 0 two elders of the Dowle faith were captured by a mob stripped and painted with smoke stactt varnlsb Later the men wero taken to prison where the varnish was remov ed and trtey were tben deported on a Pennsylvania train no RIGHT 70 UGLIHESS The woman who Is lu fJie fort aw tein wouldbedekly and In run town she wilt be OfTOU IriliaUe Jhhe uai cuntllpatlon or kidney trou ble her Impure blood will blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Kite trio ten the tot iimllelue In the orM tu rrgulate itomach lUcrand kidney and to purify eyesiuaolhwake a rood luoktug churiulng woman of a rundown Invalid Only W cent at 1ennyi Drug Store A lone masked robber held up a Northern Pacific passenger train near Spokane and went through tho passengers Four men held up a tram on the Burlington near Lincoln Neb A lame shoulder la usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few apjlcations of shamber UluH Pain Balm by Craig A Hoeker Druggists IN Its issuetheLexington Herald has un editorial entitled Keep Holy the Sabbath BlSUABlfS IROII ZIERYE Was the remit of bit iplendht health Injoml table will and trememoiii energy are not found where Kidney and Dowels ate out SomUhjLlrer waoltbne qualities and the they bduguseDrKingaSew lilts lYhey Tloperrr wer body Only at Pennys Store I LANCASTER Virgil Gastineau Is the lather of a 11pound daughter Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville Is hero with relatlns In the police court Cary Robinson colored was fined 9 25 for selling liquor unlawfully John I liurdett has sold his farm of 38 acres to T B Walker at U6 and ho will move to Indiana W S Ferguson sold two yearling steers to J L Mc Carlcy for f0150 Tho reception at the Christian ohuroh for the purjxiso of mealing Elder and Mrs A U Moore was well attended and the members aro well pleased with the new pastor and his wife J C Thompson Is agent for the Lex Ington Dally Democrat edited by Col W P Walton and It will be found at his jewelry store Subscribe for It and get n red hot democratic paper Ralph Arnold reports the following from J L Wooers sales Cows sold at 920 to 835 horses nt 810 to 975 mules at 830 to 870hogs at 4c corn at 3170 In tho heap and hay at 3Sc per hundred In the rick Hon R H Tomlinson spoke to a large crowd at Wallaccton last Saturday and ho gave them straight demo cratlc doctrine In his forcible manner There are 315 members in the demo cratic club which Is more than tbo democratic vote In the precinct BJV oral republicans having joined the club He says that Madison county is sure to go democratic as they arc all at work and they are very enthusiastic The Garrard Roller Mills have been completed at a coat ot 810000 and the people nrelndebted to Mr Ed Minor for the enterprise The first run was made onFrlday and its capacity Is eas ily 100 barrels He Is producing several superior grades of flour one being branded Garratora so named by the proprietor as a product of Garrard county Hopes of procuring water was abandoned at a depth of 155 feet but a pool and another well will furnish a suQlcIent quantity Senator G T Farris at home to day Monday jubilant over democratic prospects for success In State and National campaigns He Is opposed to the erection bill which seeks to make the sheriff umpire In county boards because it turns over a numberof coun ties to the republicans Ho favors the appointment of two from each party for the State board with the attorney gen eral as umpire that board to appoint the county boards and be believes that such a bill can bo passed Ho eavsthat the Golden rule in politics Is Do unto Others as you know they would do unto youOn Wednesday forenoon at the resi dence of Maj R Klnnalrd Miss Nellie Marrs and Mr G B Swlnebroad will take the marriage vows Dr J L Mc Kee otllclatlng Miss Grace Klnnnird will play the wedding rcarcb the at tendants will be Miss Altle Marksbury und Mr John M Lear and me ribbon girls Misses Marguerite Klnnalrd and Annel Tomlinson The parties are favorites In society and received coq gratulations and good wishes from ov erybody Miss Marrs Is possessed of alt the traits that constitute the noblest womanhood and Mr Swlnebroad Is a bright young lawyer enjoying a good practice und possessing the confidence and esteem of the public- CItAMDEl1LA1K d COUGH REMEDY- A UUEAT FAVORITE Thu soothing and healing properties of this remedy iu pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whooping cough as it always affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a babyas to an adult For sale by Craig t Hoeker Druggists Sixtyfour more bodies were recov ered from the wreckage at Galveston Saturday There were 12530 buildings destroyed by the hurrleifto In the city besides about 1000 outside and close toI the city Sanitary conditions are Improving and the temporary hospital has been abolished Exemption from State taxation for two years is being discussed Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise burn scaM or like injury wll Instantly allay the pain anti will heal the parts in less time than any other treat meat Unless the Injury is very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For tale by Craig hockey Druggists What most people want is something mild and fentle when in need eta phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in cued For nlr by Craig A Hoeker Druggists The Confederate monument at Ow ensboro was unveiled Saturday in the presence of 0000 people with impres sive ceremonies Addresses were made by Cabt W T Ellis and the Hon John W LockettVOLCAIIICERUFTIOIrs lorDuekluaIDS and Fever ore warts Cuts tnutsee Ioro bards Chapped Ue t tlleeureou earth Drives lurjIUlllolee Interesting Letter About The Galveston Horror Having Just returned from the strick en city of Galvestpn I will undertake with your permission in as brief a space as possible to convey to the readers of the INTERIOR JOUIINAL some idea of the magnitude of the calamity that bas befallen the beautiful city and Its peo plo Two wqeks ago today I entered SlreetsImostly of Pine and Bois do Arc blocks resembling a marble floor They were lined with magnificent palms ole andurs and magnolias overshadowed a veritable earth of Llowera the per fumes of which mingled with the oceans breeze was wafted to every cor nor of the Isle YVwierday I left her streets a mass of ruins not a single tree or shrub loft not a building but what had suffered severe damage or to tal destruction Instead of the per fume of the flowers the odor of burn ing flesh rendered you ghastly sick for they no longer bury ut sea but as soon as a body Is found It Is burned along with the hundreds of horses cows and other animals that were drowned And last but not least hardly a family could bo found but what had lust some near and dear one- Thirteen months of the closest con finement I ever endured In my life broke me down In health and body and that misfortune found me In the Sealy Hospital tbat city onthe fatal night of tbo storm endeavoring to regain health I intended coming out the af ternoon before but the wind and waves were so high no railroad company would dare venture ono of its trains acrots the J1 vemlle bridge that spans the bay between the island and tie main land consequently I had to re main and remaining I bad to see and what I saw will ever be pictured as vividly on my memory as it was on the morning following tbat eventful night The only unfortunate ones In the boa pital were the 20 Sisters whose hand some home across the street and every thing they possessed went down In the tidal wave They bore it with the same fortitude they bear everything and In stead of grieving remained at their respective posts ministering to the wants of tbo afflicted The building we were In cost a quarter of a million dollars and wag ono of the most substantial In the city The roof however was taken off and not a single glass was left The kitchen smoke stack CO feet high came In on ono corner of the building completely demolishing it but no one re ceived anything more than a terrible scare We were on the highest point of the Island six feet above the level of the sea and notwithstanding that the water reached a depth of seven feet around us I did not venture out until Monday afternoon when accompanied two of the physicians to the gulf beach where we saw 700 bodies laid along in rows for the uurpose of identification It soon became apparent though that all effort at Identification would have to be stopped and these bodies one half of them naked and distorted were loaded like lumber on two large barges and towed out to sea there to bo consigned to a watery grave It was a sickening sight and one never to be forgotten One of the most pitiable of any I saw was that of a little babe about two years of age He was tied on a door with a bottle of milk around his neck evidently placed there by its parents who apprehended the worst and thinking perhaps the lit tle fellow would pull through when they went down Battling with the waves was too much for him and be soon succumbed leaving a smile on hU little face The thrilling experiences and ghastly sights would bring a tear to the eyes of the hardest hearted wretch that ever lived Itlaw men women and children utterly devoid of sense and reason totally Insane some praying they might die and others pul ling the clothing from their backs and the hair from their heads while some would sit for awhile in a pathetic si lence then burst out in a laugh to be followed by tears Perhaps their In sanity was a blessing for they no long er knew what had happened They were hopelessly Insane they were mad The city for awhile Monday was on the verge of anarchy Men and women were everywhere drunk The Negroes and some white byenaa in human form as one paper called them began to plunder tbe city and loot tbe bodies of the deai The mayor at noon swore In SCO extra police called out a company ot soldiers and Issued a proclamation declaring martial law As a result the saloons were all closed about 100 Ne groes killed and order finally restored We had no communication with the outside world and people who had rela tires or friends on the island simply had to wait until it was reestablished It is all sadness there now and it will be many a day before Galveston is her self again I came out on the steamer Lawrence loaded with people for near ly every portion of the United States Some still weeping and others realizingI that they were going out into world to begin afresh the battle of life face to face with destitution and want hid their faces In their hands and implored Almllbt God to take them too It will never bo known how many lives were lost but the mayors estimate of 0000 is thought to bu conservative Hurriedly yours M NEWLANDI d J a0 1 8tar Danville Kenttibky j Pattern Hats OpeningSat 29You ore specially invited to attend We will have 3Co Hats on exhibition Every oiie new and trimmed by fin est experts in NOW York Prices quality considered will be lower than you have been accustomed to pay There will be no duplicates except in plain Walking Hats n Tailor Suits l To match the fiats Wo bring a better line each season and our suitroom now is full of good things Vchaye more variety than ever and prices are no higher than last year We show all the new ideas in Blouses Double Breasted Sans Hovers and other new Coats all with new bell sleeves Skirts are flared Hounded kilted or plain gored Colors are Black Brown Castor Navy Oxford Covert and Grays and prices range from 10 to 35 Shirt WaistsriFrench Flannel Waists beautifully made in all the faslK ionable shades from 250 to 5 Silk Waists in blacle and colors from 150 ty 10 We have not space to do4v scribe these in detail DRESS GOODS 30inch all wool Venitian Cloth in all colors at oOc 50 inch extra good Yenitians at 1 All wool CassimcreMj 50 inches wide for rainy day skirts at 125 a yard Fine line of colors in 52 inch Broadcloth last years price 125 yard Pebble Cheviots in Black Brown and Navy at S125 Plaid back Suiting 125 Paca Cloth Broad cloth and Vcnitian Cloths at 175 200 250 and 300 por yard Black GoodsHcnViettas Drap EEte Melrose Onnurc Prunella Cloth Satin Solid Zibellinc Pebble Cheviots Diagonals Sharkskin Cheviots Unfinished Worsted Coating Serge Picrolas Imperial Serge Poplins Bengaline and others Variety enough we think to please any one Prices from 50c to 3- FJRES TIffiXEMIH GS Chiffon cut out all overs Taffeta cut out all oVers bands to match Tinsel embroidered all ovens Arabian Laces and bands Lace Collars and Rovers Applique Collars and Re- verb Mofine Gold Braids in Soutache and flat Panne Yes vets and plain velvets We have all you need for the dress TgETrT ilfiO Ai rJS We arc offering exceptionally good values in black aitcf colored Mercerized Petticoats at lnO 200 250 and 300 All are tally onefourth less than usual prices SilkPetti coats ill black and colors at 5 to 12 Miltteysat Sept 29 Q9v Danville Kentucky i r r flffl INTERIOR JOURNAL J STANFORD KY SEPT 25 1900 W P WALTON DE rOCRRTIC TICKET for Prctidenlt WILLIAM JEXSIXGS BR YA N1 ONerosLa- For J7ClPrtlidni ADLAl E STErEXSOX- OflJIinoit For Govtrnor J C W BECKIfAir Of AVton For Congrcti GEORGE G GILBERT OfShcllly POUR old Paul Kreugor Is to bo taken to Holland In a Dutch cruiser on ac F count of his health The exact nature f or his disease Is not stated but bo Is F probably apprehensive of being atlllct j cd withi iient that killed Napol eon oouniMuui on the barren Island of St Helena This virtually endstbo South African war from which Eng land emerges with very little credit to herself as n fighter and with a damaged reputation as to ber regard for the rights of weaker nations This has bern lobe most surprising and probably as unjust a war as any in which she ever engaged It will be hard to make the world believe that It was not brought on by commercial selfishness The gold mines of the Transvaal have long been attractive to English eyes and when tbe whole truth is known It will more than likely appear that Mr Cecil Rhodes was the moving power be hind Mr Joseph Chamberlain in bring Ing on tbe warSA London dispatch charges that the latter gentleman will k reap rich pecuniary rewards on ac count of his stork holdings in South Africa which If true puts him in an awkward predicament The transac lions of tbe last few years show clearly that England has all the time ben determined to get possession of the Transvaal by fair means or foul The r cost of tbe war Is estimated at c100 j000000 and as a pound is a fraction over 84 80 in value It will be seen that It has been a right costly affair The war was bitterly opposed by Englands wisest statesmen and best citizens and Sir William Vernon Harcourr eays the result is that England Is now the best hated country in the world and bur doned wlvb such an accumulated debt that wo may well regard our National finance with the gravest apprehension Those of us wht eo memories go back to tbe events ot 1770 aud tbelr ante i cedent causes cant avoid sympathy for notwlthstandlngourI that some ere Calvin Zwlngll Knox and others raised a commotion In Europe several years ago by teaching tbat the people should read and Interpret the Bible for themselves The new doctrine spread illke wild lire and led to other notions derogatory to the Kings prerogative and finally resulted in a great many Tple having to move Wbilo our pit Tgrim forefathers came this way u lot of Hollanders went to the jumping off iplace In Africa and they are the ancestors of tho Boers As soon as they lealea the region the cape of Good Elope of undergrowth a1IIgator- Lind savages England concluded thatI ishe wanted it and they quietly 1rrekked a little further North After going through the same process they sonn had to trek again for the same reason They finally tired of trek king and made the gallant stand in wfilch they have just been crushed and od Oom Paul to secure liberty of per oa goes to the same country tbat his investors left 250 years ago to eecure liberty of conscience We nil love t England mind you for compelling the others to keep hands off while we made Spain walk SpanUb When she is good she U very very good but when she Is bad she Is horrid t D LINN Goocu democratic nominee ffor Congress In the Sixth Is a good Iclean man and a splendid democrat VHe has been president of the Jefferson t Cub of Covlngton the largest demo jjeratlc organization In the State for ears and has done a great deal to pro ote democracy TUB auditors of Orator Hanna have oparently been giving such rapt at SFtantlop to his remarks It was thought She was making a great success In his Sew role but It develops that their were rlvitedon the bulge in his htarmentswbere the money was sup posed to be AFTER reading the article on Hanna and the trusts In the Danville Advocate ifce confidently expect in the near f- ulture to see the names of Bryan Ste vveneon and Beckbam published at the Bead of Its columns as tbe nominees of tbe democratic party TJDDY ROOSEVELTS mouth Is still giving the republicans trouble If they must have him as an attraction they bad better gag him and start him but with his fellow ruman riders to giving Buffalo Bill shows TIlE republican organs say that Han fonae recent efforts have developed the Jaet that he Is an able stumper They have on the contrary developed the Gkact that he is only a common liar f Got MOUNT says that In alleging hbat there are no trusts Hanna made lithe worst breakof the campaign Mount fte hardly ai big a fool as has been gen erally believed IIN the Morning Democrat made Its appearance Sunday Loxlng1 too has what it has long lacked a first class democratic newspaper Consid ering the difficulties incident to tho is sual of the first number the paper Is a model It has the two essentials of a firstclass paper It tells the news and teaches sound doctrine That It will be a success Is certain and tbo amount of advertising In its columns shows that the business clement Is aware of this fact Those in charge evidently made thorough preparation before they began publication and the INTERIOR JOURNAL In tha absence of Its boss takes occasion to say tbat tho stock holders by searching the State from ono end to the other could not have found a more capable man to take charge of It He Is perfectly famlllat with every detail of the work from sotting typo to writing leaders on any subject and has the energy to turn his knowledge Into practical results Lex ington now has all the good things to which It is entitled except tbe State Capital and It is to be hoped that the Democrat whose editor mado such a gallant fight against the adoption of the present constitution wilt now be gin an agitation for a repeal of so much of It Ilil makes Frankfort the permit nent seat of government and exert Its baei effort to have Lexington selected insteadTliEroportthatOlarat Barton president of the Red Cross Association was critically Ill In Galyeston happily proves to be untrue tier indisposition is slight and she is directing the work of relief In the stricken city from her room The death of title estima ble woman would cause almost as great sorrow as tho Galveston disaster itself She las been presldenlof the American Red Cross Society since lu organization In 1881 and her whole tire now verging on to three score years and 10 has been devoted to deeds of kindness From the date of the civil war to this good hour she has like a ministering angel followed In the wake of great calamities whether caused by the ear nage of war or the fury of the element doing all in her power to relieve the distressed May the demise of this worthy successor of Florence Nightie gale bo postponed to the utmost limit and then may she be wafted to Heaven on flowery beds of ease THIS from Editor F J Campbell of tbe Somerset Journal is greatly ap predated There Is not the slightest ground for apprehension that Mr Wai ton will provoke a quarrel or difficult with Col Brecklnrldge or any other newspaper man In Lexington To wards the press as well as the private people who do not first attack him and who behave themselves decently be as editor and gentleman is courtesy and kindness personified Toward tbe sneak and snapper at his heels bo Is like the lion conscious of his strength and may be provoked to tear even a Quo limb from limb and afterwards lick tbe wounds of his misguided victim Walton Is all right especially if deal leg with a foe willing to take and give blows THE postofflce authorities are virtu ally suppressing prohibition papers by requiring thsrn to pay third ClUbS rates through the malls on tbe pretended ground that thelr circulation Is free but realty because they have been de pouncing McfClnley for drinking at public banquets and endorsing tbe can teen In the Philippine army Along with tbo empire are we to have arc hal of theold alien and sedition laws A RECENT dispatch quotes Hanna as- sayIng that Bryans crowds are daily dwindling but the same paper contains telegraphic Information that three times as many people as could gain en trance assembled at the baseball park In St Joseph Mp to hear him speak As long as an orator draws three times as many psoplo as u baseball game there aro no symptoms of back num ber about him REV ANSON PHELPS STOKES who Is worth 10000000 has preached Ms first sermon in New Haven und says that he regrets that he is encumbered with so much wealth If be will only practice what be is taught by the good Book to preach he will have but little trounle in removing this tborn from his side pocket JOUN L POWERS has resigned as superintendent of schools of Knox county Tbe State superintendent had refused to pay over the county school fund to him Now let Gov Beckham offer sufficient reward for htm to bring him to trial for being In tbe conspiracy tbat murdered Gov Goebel THE Jessamine Journal must have gotten religion while the Methodist conference was tn session at Nicholas ville It devotes nearly half of its last edition to wellprinted cuts of the body church c and the writeup Is evidence that the editors have experienc ed a change for the better PROF YERICES should adopt the tac tics of the South Dakota rough rider who shot an editor for criticising his speech as tbe plan adopted by him to protect his brother Johnny from such outrageous conduct has had a tendency to Increase rather than diminish the cause of offense JIM HOWARDS moustache Is playing as prominent a part In his trial as the hackberry tree did In the prosecution of Caleb Powers THE Illustrated edition of tho Eliza bcthtown News is a daisy Wo con gratulate you BrerSommera Thomas C Platt and Richard Croker of New York have fallen out and gone to telling tales on each other When bad men fall out good people generally obtain startling information j ATOUGHJOB- Has TJi8 Interior Journals Scribe LEXINGTON Sept241 have spent my first and second nights on a dally paper and am not jtiuch enamored Of It In addition to sitting up all night which is totally at variance with my former mode of life being used to re tiring almost with the sun I have been in bad condition physically since coming to Lexington and have been in no shape to fulfill the expectations of my partial friends oven If I did not know that was Impossible The dUll cultles attending the Inauguration of a dally newspaper with everything to get In shape cannot be appreciated by laymen but they can take my word for it that they ore soul trying and profan ity producer Owing to the failure of tho press toI respond to the requirement on count of hot boxes and other vexations In such cases made and provided the last fdrms did not get to press till 0 A M Sunday nnd then had to be printed by the Transylvania company the con gant to do having been obtained at an ungodly hour of the night from the accommodating manager Mr J W Porter wno had to bo visited at his suburban home and aroused Tho delay caused the paper to miss some of the mane and express lines and this will furnish explanation and apology The stockholders of tho Democrat embrace tho largest moneyed men of the city and Its board of directors com posed of Judge P A Bullock presi dent R L Baker W B Hawkins Louis des Cogncts J M March and D T Frazeo are as clever and us compe tent gentlemen as could be selected Mr Baker especially has taken great Interest in getting us a good start Be Is the county assessor and as pleasant and as affable a gentleman as graces the capital of the Blue Grass The business manager Mr Hawkins lived in Lincoln county once and has grown rich since In the dairy business which means that he is a hustler The editorial force of the Morning Democrat is composed of capable young men In love with their work and ready and anxious to hustle for scoops The managing editor Mr Vllloughby WU Hams has had much experience on newspapers having held a similar po sition on tho Herald for several years Among the reporters is the noted news paper correspondent 11 Thomas B Cromwell who enjoys the distinction of being the best of newsgathera as well as an amateur detective Much of the evidence In the assassination cases was procured by him and In his work In the mountains was more than once forced to look In the barrel of an ugly looking weapon in the hands of wouldbo assassins I have formed very pleasant acquain tances hero and have heard many a Godspeed in the effort to establish a democratic paper That one Is needed and that it will be sustained no one who talks with tbe flower of the earths here can doubt Practically both dally papers here are republican one pro fessedly eo the other so but refusing to admit It My family is nicely quartered at the Pbtonlx Hotel where I hope the friends from Lincoln and the other counties will call on usII realize that I have a serious job for which I doubted my capacity to fill and continue to doubt but I shall try It a spelt anyway askI leg my friends to pray for me and 1mI ploring the Lord to have mercy on myo soul WPW POLITICAL Phil B Thompson 3d is a candidate for county attorney of MercerIWallac ton Madison IIThereIc legislative caucus at Frankfort one day this weekIThe republican State committee of Indiana has decided to jet Fugitive Taylor do somg speaking The democrats of Marlon county will hold a primary Dec 1 to nominate candidates for county offices Caleb Rowers birthday was celebrat ed by allday speaking at London Sat urday George M DavUon was one of oratorsIIon also denies that he challenged Bryan to joint debate- Congressman Bailey of Texas bet- H L Asher of Fayette 815000 against the lattera string of trotters that Bry an would be elected Merchant Todd at Frankfort declar ed under oath on the stand in the How ard case that he bad talked with Got Goebel since his death Hon A S Berry Is not a bolter as Is Indicated by a telegram from him regarding a speaking appointment to the campaign headquarters- D Ltn Gooch won the Congressional nomination In the Sixth by 240 totes ExMayor Rbinock was second and Al Berry present Incumbent third Ber ry does not take his defeat good na turedly and he may run as an independent The Franklin county grand jury re ported finally that owing to the difficul ty In procuring attendance of witnesses from a distance no further investigation could bo made of the Goobel as sassination but recommended that certain persons be placed under bond to appear bolero the next grand jury The Louisville Afternoon Assassin having published a statement that Dr J M Williams had stated tbat ho was sure of defeating Congressman Gilbert the Times remarks Better known here aS the J Williams who took his doll rags and departed when refus ed license to run a barroom two doors from the First Christian church at 4th and Walnut He should fuse with tho prohibitionists of his district Ladies Fine Donola Pat Tip Button Shoes 2 12 to 4 only 68c Worth 150 LadiesJackets LadiesCapes ChildrensJackets Ladies Walking Hats Dress Goods First opening of Fall Dress Goods Ou early display of the correct thing for Fall and Winter Is fully up to the standard ol former seasons 25 Pieces of new Flannelette from 7 J to 25c per yard Misses Seamesi Black Hose 0 to 9 worth lOc sale price 5c Ladles Seamless Black IIo e only 6c Children Black or Tan Hose sells everywhere at lOc our pHco only tic Misses Seamless Black fleeie lined hose The quality our price only Oc Misses and iloya double knee extra heavy fleeced ribbed Hose only 35- cMens extra heavy tray Socks 8c- Mens gray wool Socks 26c quality lour price only 15c SEED WHEAT AND RYE I have 1000 busheli of extra good see- dwht and 300 buOiola of excellent rye far ale Oall and It Irren rreowtUe MOIHUS rilED Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALin I 1iatng dltllOl ot my Uriu J will On Wednesday Oct 3rd UeJlnolo at Is offer it public pale on tIts- prewtle near IlnljptlUe tay PERSONAL PROPERTY GnniUtlnic ofa herd of or M Shorthorn tattle headed by a fine tvoyraroU Sbrthorn bull uulei bogs firming ImpiNnents tao wa ons houwhiild and kitchen furniture Ac A let Ilynrauth llork chlct o Montr MInt to all OMiers Tens matte known on day of Ml M Dunn Am S Ky PUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY OCT IG19OO 10 oclock we will on the premises of A E and It U Logan deceased iell the following property 600 ARES OF PIKE LAUD IS 307LS County three miles from Danville Ky ThU ono of the flnon farms In Kentucky U In Cdodltlon to raise hemp tobacco or any other crop It lisa been In grass for a number of years and has more good fencing on it than any farm Its slza in tbe State and Ususceptlbleof division Will also sell 14 One grade cows and hrlfcrs horses mules thoroughbred mart and colts farming Im plements liuggyanO other Items too numer ous to mention Will also well 10 nhares of stock In the Uujtonville National Hank and two shares In the Danville News one share the New Kentucky Central Fair Cril ou or address n Logan or A E Hundley Danville Ky r M H Walters Vcachdale ICy Executors T D English auctioneer Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON October 2 to 13 1900 75000 in Stakes And PursesT- he Worlds Best nace Meeting 16000 Futurity Tuesday Oct 2 5000 TransylvaniaThu- rsday Oct 4 5000 Futurity 2yrold Wednesday Oct 3 3000 Tennessee Tuesday Oct 2 3000 Walnut Hall Qup Monday Oct 3000 Ashland Monday Oct lUg Stakes Dally All the Crack Horses Dally Concerts by Webers Famous Hand Half Rates on all railroads B P STOLL Free U W WILSON Secy 1 Ai1 Mi GOODS IN ABUNDANCE The First Fall Showing AtT- heLouisville StoreTruly wonderful Is tho Looms Wizard Art Never was there n truer ring to any explanation This seasons patterns show out with splendid oflcct fresh bright nud original designs nil admirable combination of beauty and utility This week wo lift tho curtains on n stack of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Ladies and Gents FnrnifhingGood Latest designs in Ladies lints Cnpca Clonks nnd Jnekols that any mftohnut in tho world might well be proud ol For ninny weeks past our buyers Intro boon kept busy in Now York select ing those goods nud every quality that yoti will find hero this wook has pass llho critical inspection which oulitlie it to our personal guarantee for duo rability nUll entfefliution- We Imvo hUll grtot stocks before hut none eo beautiful en trustworthy and to complete ns the one that is now awaiting your inspection Wo invite you now to call nfifl inspect our stock whether you purcliao or nnt This lint is a felt crown with stitched brim polka dot folded sateen band comes in pearl royal brown and cardinal Tailor Made Dress Skirts This is one Department in which we arc particularly w lllixe l The are nil now Skirts made ol fashionable material nnd ranging in juice from PSe to id- A big Ine of retdymndo Wrappers at prices that suit all Public Sale Of Land Aid Hesei9ld Fardturft Ai agent for the heir of Jutaw K ling Mil drcd I will oo- SATURDAY SEPT 29 1900 At the late rcsldMtc of cwloat about 2 pebItLducedunt containing about 85 Acres Of Land urinated on the Carpenters SUitlen and MonHand turnpike Alco a traot of 46 Acres Of Tinisred Lad within about one mile of the tarn Tie faun will first be offered In two per cels nnd then at a whole and the btot bW atlPIODeleg tin dwelling lioum a ttrotorr freebuilding the oilier coulalui about U aortii arid Includes a cottage of S or roonM I will alo at the MUle iliac cell a lot of bou cliold furniture TUizeThu aide will be sold for one third cluh remainder payable In 12 and 16 month with lntiTet hum date and a lien retained to secure uvuio il Tim iwrvoiial ty will be kold for cah gale will bvglu promptly at 10 oclock KliAAUI ALCOIIN Agent TWO FARMS FOR SALE lIsting ilfcldfl to tkaoge lur roratton I will Mil trlral lr iur lulU ou hkb 1ie 14 of a mile from Crab Orcbaxl Ky Tlili farm It tine land good Staleot ultlvatlon lo acre rlrrr Iwltoiu lotl tbat U line turn aol lueadoir laid balance hu acrn U upland aoll well aJalllt1lo torn wheat blue grate aol all ether crop s A brick dwelling otS ruomt and cellar a well of i pi end Id trmtone water at the door two good leoein nt houtn new Jam and all orcnurjr outliullillcgi with pltutjr ol EuoJ fruit ant an abundant of lock va er make Dili the lu t desirable lanu In countyAlSo acrci mlln from Crab Orchard Kyon Lancaiter street opposite the fa luout Crib Orchard All lu lira with a larjt stock lutrnaodan abundance ol water with neighborhoodAlso a nice cotta In Stanford on Lance Ur street with guii clitera lIrdeoltc attached ior itrl partIcular eoU on tm a H n IIRONAttlI Crab OrchirJ iCy Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In PanrlUe Monday Wednesdays cad KrlJayt Will Le In Stanford Tuaxlafi Tburtdari and Saturdays Otoce In the 1cnnlnjtuu uulldla Stanford Ol lice hours to SIlllo r i OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and developed by IrA T Still of KlMtvtlle Mo on tbe lrlndl of ADalolu tbrllology fur III re suits It no faith no no rubbing- noeurgica1uerationa and claluii nlog super DalurallII8Oalb111t1 man us a machine of so many ran III keool li adjuttuient When all aris are properly adjusted and not orcrworktd health Is tile result Some of the diseases treated u I Nerroui Prostration Ileadacbts NeuralgU llbeumatlini Catarrti Weak Eyes Rrauulated Uds pours ConstipationIIlesachand Intestini troubles LIeaieollones nd Joluti Spinal Curratures Dislocations HtllfJolntc Incontinence 01 Urine Locomotor Max la tamale Dlteaxs a specialty Consultation Free FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKf Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all times W Logan Wood Manager r Ladies and Gents UnderwearI- n thIs line wo are better equipped than no have ever been at a price that will make thorn move Sop our now Derby Tinier high band collars flat Wing Club Tics Scarf Ac Ladies Dress Skirts at 98c Carpets Mattings Comforts Blankets Domestics Yard wide Brown Cotton good quality only 6c t Good qunllt llleach Gotten worth Cje our price ti- c2pieces Outing Cloth 5c to lOco 20 now patterns of Drapery 7c 16 lOcI10 Yards of fancy Calico to any cus tomer nt lIeIHeRd madesheels 63x00 inches ready for use nljr 48o Comforts H aukcts anti Quilts M prlciii that can not bo matched In Stanford We Lave opened up 3 oases of new Gal leo red blue gray black nnd white Our Outing niul School lint U wade of hue quality of Imported Persian Felt comes in gray blue brown and roil Trimmed lists Sailors Walking lists Tnmoelisnlcrs Ac nil oolors anti We can save jo to 60c on this shapetof good Clothing Weahrayi have the belt Our Fall and Winter Suit for drwsy young menfno only rivals tailor made goods but many Instances are superior for this reafson that tbCllOSlOfi the Eastern finish tint the popular broad shoulder effect We hue a blftllnc of Hoys Knee Pant Suits In single and double breasted Also a tine line of Vwteo Suits for Children freta 4 to S QUEEN QUALITY c A Trifle Mannish Handsewed welt extension sole Most popular street boot of the seuon see THAT THIS H lA5 IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOE The Best Shoe on Earth Stylish Comforta and Durable See new styles Cummins a McClary S S S S S S S S S S S S IS S S S S S S S S S S S S S I Childrens Shoes I j t S I have Just received one of the best selected sLot ka of Misses and Childrens Shoes ever brought to this end of the county all CUSTOM MADE GOODS IISo the mothers wilt find it to their Interest to see our line before make S ing their fill putt bases Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction W E PERKINSv Crbb Orchard Ky h1 W B MROBERTSD- RUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Mcdlcnei of almost every kind Beautiful line of Stati locry Blank Books of every description Office Long Distance Telephcne THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY SEPT 25 19001 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TilE best materials combined with care skill and accuracy Insure good results No other methods are ever used in our proscription worn Penny i Drug Store PERSONALS MR O J Citow wont to Louisville Friday I ALIIERT II SEVERANCE was In Louisville yostordfry FOREST MCCLARY and Preston L Beck are In Cincinnati J O TEnny spending a few days with J C Lynn at Danvlfio J ROY B ROSE it with his wife att Iluiionvlllo Mlddloiboro News T D NEWLAND JR Is clerking t temporarily at G Q Farris Cos I MR AND MRS SAMUKL SALTER ol Fayotto are gUosu of relatives hero v THOMAS T LACICEV of St Louie arrived Sunday to visit his horoefolks Rev D A SOMMER went to Gravel Switch yesterday to assist In a moot lug DR R T RAMSHY of London was hire wish DrJU Carpenter yester day MRS JULIA CII138 and Mist Molllc Ply ton returned to Louisville Satur dayMISS ElAIUK NEVIUS wont Up to WHllarosburg yesterday to enter col logoMRS W A CARSON is visiting her father H J1anti In Garrard this weekMiss SALLIE GIVENB who Is teach log at 1lttiburR spunk a low days at home DR M K PENNINOTON of Mt Vcr non was hero Saturday to see Dr E J Brown MISS DYIIT JAMBS of Crab Orchard Is with Mrs W A Morrow Somerset t Journal MR AND MRS C R CARSON of Ca soy wore hero yesterday to see Dr R A Jones MR tit 0 LACKEY wile and baby of Harrodtburg are guests at non G A LackeysMissus Jassn DBANE COOICE and Anna Reid wero hero from HuslonvUlo jeeterdayf BROWN MOORE of Bnona Vista Ga is the guest of Mrs f S M Owens MlSB MARY TILLINOHAST of the Dt Danville spent Sunday with tbo Mlswa Manatee MISS AXNIB PHILLIPS laftyesterday nornlnt for Cincinnati and Louisville t My millinery MR J G IlACJCLnv has returned to Harvard University whore he will enter the senior class Mil D 5 WOODWAKD of London brtugfat his wife down to Joseph Price Ic nary yoeMrday t M orgies J FARRIS JR loft last night to outer the Kentucky Business Co ieRO ut Lexington MRS D O ALUIN of MoKlnnoy Is very loW of lung trouble and there Is Htlo hope of her recovery Joe P BURTON fatter than over Is here from Montgomery Ala visiting his father Mr William Burton t JAMKS GOVBR of Rockcastlo sends us word that a 10 pound democrat art rived at his homo the other day MR MILLARD E ALUJN who has bean In business at Richmond Va Is with his brothers at Hustonvllle PHDAVIS bat moved his family Into the dwelling on Lancaster street recently vacated by I d Wilkinson J W HOCKRR J L Beazley and Mark Hardln wont to Cincinnati this morning the two Oral named to buy W J YAOKR returned to LoUluvllle Friday Mosdames Minerva Cobb and Bcttle McKinnoy accompa nied her DR W B PENNY dentist has rented the room formerly occupied by tr Fayotto Dunlap Main Street near Fourth Advocate ALL the democrats and a number of republicans in Adair are for Beck ham said Theo Powell who has jut returned from a trip there Miss SUE YANTIS attended the wed ding of Miss Norma Stone and Mr Thomas Wall and the elegant recep tion given by Mrs Wm Lear In Gar rardTHE Somerset Journal says that Dr W S Drye of Hustonvllle was thvo the other day Has IIDoe been 1 palming himself off as a medicine man In Pulaski Mn J A CARPENTER of Perry vllle was hero mingling with old friends yesterday He was accompanied by Dr J E Caldwell- A DISTRESSING sign of the disinte gration of a once concrete society is teen in the removal of so many of Stan fords beet citizens to Danville Bob Lytle Bob Gentry Jesse Lynn Tom Richards and later Will Daweon If George Hopper Al Warren Rance Carson Peter Straub and a few others we could name should follow the rest couldnt form a respectable brass band Somerset Journal IN remitting for his paper Dr Jas M Bronaugb formerly of Crab Orch ardbut now of Purcell 1 T ByaII We have the fullest cotton crop In the U t S this year and with 10 cent cotton the farmers aro prosperous and happy I have built up a nice practice here The country is rich beautiful and healthful and we have one bank hero which has a capital stock of 850 000 and which carries a regular dopes it fund of a quarter of a million dollars so you seo there plenty of money hero STOCK of Guns received Craig UockeriIJ LOCALS FRESH oysters J H Molr WEDDING presents atvHarnlltons KILN of brick ready to sell R C Greening Hustonvllle NEW styles Queen Quality shoe at Cummins ft McClarys BUY Higgins is MoKinneys Disc plow and Superior grain drill r WE are headquarters foorcoal hay corn oats and all kinds of reed J H Baughman Co ALWAYS reliable r filerShoes In all the new fall styles and leathers at Severance Sons WE have plenty of all grades of coal at high prlcdi buy before It goes high cr J H Baughratn Co LOST bandsatchel at or near depot containing silver change glasses and keys Return to this office and got reward THE woven wire and plokett fence Is the most economical taboo on the mar ket Oakptckeu Call and see them AO Sine Tins olllot has just received liOooo envelope and lota of other stationery Now Is your time to have job printing dono Price right Tint salient points broughtout In the trial of James Howard at Frankfort will be found on onr fourth page ItJs good campaign literature Read It Mn TJ HILL and other good dew ocrats of that section will organize a democratic club at McCormacks schoolbouse tonight GQ and join AT JAMBSTOWN Hong C War ron of this place Goo E Stone of Liberty and Rollln Hurt of Columbia will speak at Jamestown Monday Oct 15TilE advertisers upgood deal of our space this issue thus proving that merchants hero and hereabout know where and how to reach tbo peo pie GOOD CROWD R Warren and Harvey Helm yoke to a large and enthusiastic audience at Liberty yesterday Democracy Is In good shape In Casey W C GUFENINO telephoned us yes terday that bo bad just contracted to build for Dr Edward Aloorn of Hus toavllle a MOOQ brick business build ing corner Main and Danville streets FRANK FRRDERI Casey county boyvae perhaps fatally wounded by hie own gun Saturday Ho was hunting and when gutting over a fence hie gun discharged the contents entering his right side AT LONDON IiC Warren will address the otuuns of Laurel at the courthouso at London Monday Oat 1 Our democratic friend arc rOo noetexl to give this splendid wheel horse of democracy a good crowd and tearing BURKB CO 1U OoHonFrank B Burke the distinguished Indiana dom crat will speak hero Thursday Oct 4 Dont tall to near him Ho Is a very attractive speaker and a democrat In whom there Is no guile THERE Is still a demand for copies of this paper containing the column of question propounded to Proxy John W Ycrkos which by the way ho hoe never answered Friday arequoal for 000 was sent from Walla Walla Wash ington GOOD MEETING Jammoo Holdam olid us that the Crab Orchard democratic club bad a floe meeting Friday night when rousing speeches wore made by Lctcher Ovvsley cf Lancaster and County Attorney Sanford of Henry county FRIDAYS issue off the INTERIOR OURNAL had not reached Lexington up to yesterday morning although they were mailed before 12 oclock that day Some of these carolers postal clerks are going to get Into trouble II they dont do bettor MILE IN BANK A twoyearold mule belonging to Thomas C Rankin walked in the First National Bank Friday afieruoon viewed the surround lag and leisurely walked out The animal Interiorred with nothing and the Ulcers permitted him to remain their guests as long as It wanted 1MR JOHN P DAVIS formerly of but now headquartered at Lexington has with J C Brcaning and J B King of Loalsvllle bought out the Falls City Harness Co of Lou svllle and the style of tho new firm will be Davis Breanlng Co Mr Davie has made money traveling for Harbl son Gatbrlght Louisville but like all men wanted to do better Ho will continue to live In Lexington and will travel his same territory Mr Brean ng bad boon buying for Harbison Gathrlght for 12 years PHILLIPS Mr Ike SPhillips died at midnight Friday after a lingering illness caused by a cancer on his face ned 60 A wife who was a daughter of the lato William Ball and four children the youngest seven years old survive Mr Phillips was a splendid citizen a true blue democrat and a de vout member of the Christian church He hold his membership at Gosbon where his funeral was preached Satur day afternoon by Eld J G Livingston The burial followed in the graveyard there Although a great sufferer for months Mr Phillips scarcely over complained He was not afraid to die and often spoke of his willingness to meet his maker He was unconscious for two days before he died WILL give 12jc for eggs Hill i Beck AGENTS for all ynewspapers WeurenBros NOW Is a good Imo have that pic turo made Miss Sacray SEE our Drills beforo you buy It will pay you G U Forris A Co CALL on Qlggius McKinney for heating stoves coal hods grates c HAAS Hog Cholera remedy will save your sick hogs Get It at Pennys Drug Store NEW French nelein stripe polka dot and Persian designs at 75c Severance it Sons MR ROBERT HARDING of Danville made a capital to the Moreland democratic club Saturday night WE wheat sacks so som them In at once if you dont expect to pay for thorn J H Baughman Co FOR U strictly UrfltclaSa medium price sowing machine buy the ball bearing Eldridge B from HIggins i McKinnoy W F MARTIN rehwog shot in a battle Jn the Philippines died of his wounds He was iron Casey county and this paper printed a picture and short biography of him not long ago His body will be brought back to Casey for interment TUE postof co department at Wash ington has orderod that the mall be delivered twice dally at Liberty In stead of once as formerly LIgo Moore made his first trip south from Morclund Thursday morning I understand there Is a strong petition signed by every body in Liberty asking that this extra mall be discontinued Dr Alcorn In Advocate THEY bad all day speaking at Lan caster yesterday lion John D White prohibition nominee for governor speaking in the morning and Hons R Frank Peake and A E Willson In the afternoon The two latter gentlemen engaged in a debate In which Mr Will son Is said to have come out second best Mr Pcakea speech was said to be the finest delivered in Lancaster for years DEMOCRATIC CLCII ORGANIZED A democratic club 100 strong was organized at the courthouse Friday night Hon R C Warren was made chairman and E C Walton secretary of the meeting which while not largely attended was full of enthusiasm Mr Warren was called on for a speech and responded In a splcndid effort alter which the following officers of the club wore elected J H McAllstcr prosy dent S J Embry Sr vice president Hon Harvey Holm second vice presi dent W S Buroh secretary and Prof M O Winfrey treasurer Tho Oem ocratic Club of Stanford was the name decided on and each member present pledged an effort to secure members and report next Friday night at 7 oclock at the courthouse Some of the members wanted two meeting nights a week but It was decided that oaah Friday night would be sufficient The chair appointed the following ex ecutive committee to secure speakers for next meeting and to attend to other business that may be necessary John P Jones T M Goodknlght and Har vey Helm and this committee added the namo of Mr Warren Speeches were made by several of the members and the meeting proved a veritable love feast It is expected that tbo mew bership will bo more than doubled by next Friday night HUBBLE Moses Adams has moved his saw mill near John Blanks Weevil Is in all the wheat and has damaged some of It very muc h Corn Is beginning to soil at about 8140 in the crib hero Some bringing a little less and some a little more Col Underwoods sale will be next Thursday 27th If you want to buy good well bred tock dont fall to attend H J Luce is attending conference at tlcholasvllle Wm Rlgney Is back from Pulaski with a bunch of calves Rankin Bros of Wayne county are up looking for some mule colts E A White of Wllmore Is over looking after his farm Rankin Hubble sold some of their hay to Rankin Bros of Burnside at iOc Mr Polagrove sold a sorrel horse to Wm Sutton for f05 John Juderwood sold his gray family horse for 876 Jack Yeakey dug half bushel of nice potatoes from one single Irish potato THIS AND THAT Shelby vllle coatrlbuted J200 to the Galveston flood Mrs Jeff Moore of Owlngsvlllc fell from her bed and was Instantly killed The Kentucky Grand Lodge of Odd ellpws will meet In Louisville Oct 0 John Wheeler colpred said to be 108 years old died at Nlcholasville last weekOn motion of Richard Croker Tam many Hall has forwarded 810000 to the Galveston sufferers In a fight over a woman In Bell county Jim Mosely and Dick Hosklns were shot Hosklns will die Mrs James Hughes ol Carlisle do pondent over lit health committed suicide by shooting herself through the heart The big suit of W S Hume etc vs the Richmond Electric Company F H Adair of Carlisle and D J Hauss of Cincinnati which has been pending In the Madison circuit court for a yearns decided In favor of the plaintiffs by Circuit Judge T J Scott who ordered the Richmond electric plant to- be sold s LAND STOCK CROPS CC Corn sold at 812 per acro at a sale in Wood ford Mark Ilardln bought of various par tics 20 calves at 818 and sold to Fox Lawson a bunch of hogs at 400 Beazloy Bros bought of T 5 Payne ofjjarrard a fancy combined mare Tho pair of mules S M Owens sold the other day for 84CO brought 8500 when they landed tn Cincinnati John D Rout of tbo West End sold to Holliday Bros of Adair 16 cotton mules at 875 J K Baughman sold nine to same at same J C Hanna sold his farm on the Smithfield road known as the W T Hunter place containing 137 acres to R J Anderson for 870 per aero Sbel SentinelSquire Evans bought in Madison 101 feuding cattle weighing from 050 to 1200 pounds at 4l to 4c Harvey Rogers bought at Mt Sterlln court 42 yearling steers weight abou 625 pounds at 823 each IIlbler Bros sold 300 fancy sheep at 88 Wtnoheste DemocratA farther claims to have solved the drouth problem He says that ho planted corn potatoes and on lone together and that the strength of the onions bring tears to tbo potatoes eyes in such latge quantities that the ground is kept moist and largo crops aro raised LANCASTER COURTA large crowd attended court at Lancaster but not much cattle trading was done Only commpu cattle were offered and there was poor demand for that class Prob ably ICO mule colts changed hands at 820 to 805 Mules of all ages were ID demand good aged ones bringing from 8100 to 8150 Horses were quiet CHURCH MATTERS Rev J I Wills meeting at Wallace ton resulted in 11 additions to the churchElder J G Livingston writes that he will preach at Holdama Mill next Sunday morning an night H R Mills soninlaw of Mr J H Bright of this county 3 In the list of ministers who passed their examination at the conference at Nlcbolaavlllc The Louisville Times published In its Saturdays edition a pretty good plot ure of Rev George O Barnes and his reasons for joining Dowles ZIon Cath olio church recently given in this pat perRev W S Grinstead telephoned T D RaneiIdllt night that at the confer Rev W E Ar nold had been assigned to Stanford and that Rev J R Deoring was presiding older for this district Ho tailed to state where Rev W M Britt had been sent Mr lirinstead goes back to Tay lorivlllc Elder J L Davis of the Church of Christ la meeting with remarkable success in a campaign In this and Rock castle counties In a two weeks meet in at Friondsnlp closing last Monday there were 3S additions At Provi dence just previous to this meeting he received into the church 35 converts Somerset Journal IN NEIGHBORING William Silver shot and killed Char lie Tarter near Somerset Both were drinkingSomerset went wet Saturday by a majority of 24 The town has been dry several years Mrs Wm Goggln Is lying very low with no hope of recovery on the part of her many friends and relatives Somerset Journal James Isaasnnd John Harrison of Rockcastlo met on the highway yes terday and renewed an old quarrel Both opened fire and Harrison was in scantly killed Isaacs surrendered Allen W Gullion a student at Cen tre College from Carrollton has just been appointed by Congressman AI S Berry of the Sixth district as a cadet to the United States Military Academy at West Point In connection with this honor he has just been elected presl dent of the senior class at Centre Col lege Mrs Shumaker of Boyle got a ver diet of 85000 against tbe L N In her damage suit at Danville Her bus band was killed by an L N train This Is the third time this case has been tried The first time tbe verdict was 810000 and the second It was 815 000 the former judgments beln re versed In tbe higher courts- MATRIMONIAL Gov J C W Beckham and Miss Jean Fuqua of Owenaboro will be married Now 15 George M Lane of Boyle a widow er of 40 and Miss Lucy Tombs of the West End were married Sunday Virgil Floyd of Pulaski and Miss Julia Hubble of this county were mar rled at Superintendent Garland Single tons Friday Reduced rates via Southern Railway to Louisville on account of the Elks Fair Sept 17th to 29th The Southern Railway offers best service to Louis yule from all stations In Kentucky and reduced rates as follows One lore for the round trip Sept 17 10 22 26 and 20 tickets good to return one day after date of sale H Fares for the round trip each day from Sept 17 to 28 Inclusive tickets good to eturn until Oct 1 1000 For further particulars Inquire of nearest agent of Southern Railway S T Swift Passenger Agent Lexington Ky Wm H Tayloe Asst Genl Pass Agent Louisville Ky NEW Percales French Flannelettes Eiderdowns Calicoes Flannelettes Eddy Silks Sateens c Severance Sons BRODHEAD Bro J G Livingston preached at the Christian church Sunday night A large crowd from the country attended Will Francisco made a business trip to Crab Orchard and Preucbersvllle Mrs Tony Brooks of Hazel Patch Is visiting friends and relatives hero Vie Owens loft Saturday for London where he will sell bed springs for awhile Dug Brown who Is braking on the C 0 Is visiting friends here C C Cable and Miss Ida Henderson made a visit to Miss Bottle Hendersoi at Preacherevllle Saturday and Sunday Jasper Thompson of this place Is tn Louisville this week Mrs Hen dereon of Lowell Is here visiting her daughter Mrs E B Newland J Mort Rotbwcll of Lancaster the great pol Itlclan and fox hunter passed through Friday evening Jack Lunsfords little daughter Is very ill Sales Maud Tharp Is visiting her many friends and relatives here Miss Lillie Lear who has been visiting friends and relatives here since the fair returned to her home In East Berustadt Saturday One tarn roundtrip to Lexington via Southern Railway account Lcxlngto trots greatest harness racing In the South Tickets on sale Oct 1 to 13 In elusive good to return until Oct 15 Southern Railway has three dally trains between Louisville and Lexington Halt rates to Louisville and return On Oct 1 and 2 Southern Railway will sell roundtrip tickets from all station In Kentucky to Louisville at one fare good to return until Oct 8 For further Information apply to nearest agent Southern Railway Public Sale of Fine Farm As agents we will sell to the highest bid der On Saturday Octobor 6th igoo On the premises Tho Farm of 368 Acres Of splendid niuegrns land belonging to the heirs of the late Adam Carpenter The farm lltf on the edge of Casey county about 5 miles south of Hustonvllle mid every acre U fertllH and tillable On It near the cen ter of the place Is a large twostory frame dwelling containing eight rooms and two halls doublestory porch In front and on elli large stock barn near the bouse and all necessary out buildings There are two o barns conveniently located that will house about acres one third of the farm U well set in grass the balance In wheat and corn this year Water Is abundant everywhere splendid orchard of selected fruit It can be so as to have a good tenement house on one place the mansion on the other Parties wishing to examine It will be shown over It by the who live upon It Seeding privileges now full patsotnion Jan 101 Terms very reasonable will be made known on day of stile Sale promptly at oclock J W n EDW ALCOUN Agents HustonrlUe Ky NEW LIVERY STABLES W BURR k SJN Frors JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClaM Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attbullon to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale PUBLIC SALE I Having told mv farm I will on Thursday Soptsrator 7 1900 At the farm about one mile from Rubble on the Rush Drench pike otter for sale my stock and farming Implements consisting of high grade red cows hornless heifers and bull calvse one line bornles bull lot of yearlings and steer calves lot of brood mares bred to jack IS good mule colts 0 of them mares 5jearolu jack by old Tom Keene and out of old Hester one of Levi Hubblos premium Jennets nearly 18 hands high and a good one jennet In foal bv Tom Keene 5yearold stallion by Chester Dare some hop etc Terms made known on day of sale Sale will benin promptlv at 10 oclock KyHPUBLIC SALE OF 50 Head Of Shorthorns AND Double Standard Polled Dnrhm Cattle AT FOX LOOAUS SALE 3AS1I Danville Ky Oct 5th we will tell our entire herd locludlns our herd bull Tljiptcsnoe 4th Oar herd comprises tuck well families u Scotch Tops Raw Sharon Young Marys lbTIIIKf JowphlDta Ctnuomlilt and toe pure Batei smUT ofiTazji For InJlrid utl merit and breeding this herd ranks tecon J to rose In tbt South a we hire spared no or expense In collecting It We otter to breeders a areoppotunily to secure young thrifty animals orcho ee quality Wewtllotler no old or barren animals for catalogue Male begins at 128U p CUUUt ULLAUD UanTllle Kj Col U Edtuonion Auctioneer COAL SALT I will have my coal bins completed by Oct and will keep on hand three of the best coal also salt and I will sell It to merchants by wagon load at a small nvtrgln Will continue to pay the highest prices Hickory Spokes Stave and Headings Goods and Groceries at rock bottom prices Give me a trial and I will save you money D B KINO MCWEIAND KY DONT FAIT TO GO TO JOHN J ALLENS SALE on aturday Sept 29 1900 You will end Bargain In Stock Crops Implements Flue Tobacco 1NTUSIc LeSSONS Dy an experienced ladv music teacher per term of 2 hour lessons II weok Gall at Mrs Strau- bTo Sell FarmsYou want to drop an advertisement In the best mountain newspaper which Is the Somerset JoUrral Two Inches ono month for 81 In advance F J OAIHDEIX Manager Somerset Ky 3v J A ALLEN CO Contractors Arid Builders STANFORD KY Have now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pine Flooring Co III nl Doors Sash Illlnds and all kinds of Dressed and Koiigh Lumber Shingles Hoofing Lo rust Posts c We raakoestlmatoi on an vltlnd of work wanted Office opposite Ir L n Cooks THE VPERTQR GRAIN DRILLS Are Still In The Lead Buy it and you will make no mistake Also therMiami Valley Fertilizer r We have been using this for several years with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY ILast Call 5 Season Nearly OverA- ll Summer Goods go at Greatly Reduced Prices wet 50c Sljirts Now Go at 38c f Shirts at 60c and 7oc S2 Slippers at 1135a 150 SLIPPERS AT 1 f1 Slippers at 75c 50c Underwear 38c 25c Underwear 19c Straw Hnts at half their original values This will not appear j again but the goods will be here 1 HoJfTh19lffiJ 1illR1 a W I Your poll BuyingY Esif Should be knoc kcd off to us as we have without doubt r I Made the Best Bid I For our trade of any house In this section let tto show you Ilarge and varied stock of Dry Goods Notions and Show 21 amhave peon studying your wants for 15 years and have searched l best and lowest priced markets to get them 3rd We use no to catch your trade but show you the goods as advertised schemesI give you the very s p4tf AI wo employ economical business methods and what soma put into e r large expenses we give to our customers in LOW PRICES Come flAus allow you our goods letIi SEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House mm iJ1 OUR LATEST ARRIVALS Beldvr we rare so ie new thlr it opened for the Fall trade that ate pronounc edalltiguteiyr i i md r Shirt Waist QO S Embroidered Challies Fancy Silks- Mercerizee Sateens Drass Goans Broad ClothsfZibaline Homespuns Cords Chenille Crepons Lidleh Patent Kid Shres Fancy Hosiery new Percales Long Cloth Flannelettes aim Uutiugs We hud e uuiiiiilauoas Our goods are the best and prices reasonable JOHN P JONES Stanford Stanford Female College STANFORD KYINext Session will open Monday Sept 3 Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres I THE INTEH10R JOURNAL 1 n Enltred n the goat oJJke at Stanford at econdetaal malls uAcStUsvatLXIc1srnc1 u 1 PER YEAR CASH AIr Whsn not sopald83rOO will e barged KNOXVILLE DIVISION SI Train going N bII a m II 2 a m isu ii South 12 So i in 2aMU pin ForalliPoInts KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION l o2J AmlnUStaDfurdtl0S x No il Leases Stanford at 210 AM No ArrlTcs at Kowland at 1200 DAY Non Leaves Stanford at 230 F X i QUEEN JTCRESCEHT w Trains golnj Soulh Junction City No1oet not stop N0811Wpx 103 1112 AM Ho L Aa6 fUolng South No 2 doesnt stop No4 349 No G 128 r JIIo10O JI FRANKFORT AND CIHCtKNATI- Tralnsleare Frankfort at6f 0 AM 340 ruandl r MconieclInRat Georgetown with Ibo Q A C neturnlntt learn 1iirls at VWI I and 64O- F reaching Praokfort after connecting with IJ AO tratna tt 1120 M710P to and 0 Up The latter train learea for at i13 P 1nNWTQNUlA cILSOUTflERN- 4J RfllLBfly IN KENTUCKY CoaisMsd Mc4 Effirt Hiy Iq I960 SA8TBOUKB NoL NO L NOS Louisville 746am 400puv 74Spm Ar Shelbyville etoam rSZpm VMrm Ar LafeD asoam 62Spa 9Spm IOCHpraATWLlTHOONA No No r No 4 r LextOCUD 7am t3bun 51inm Ar Versailles Tt6am 50Spm 5352m Ar Lareocebc gauam 5opm 5iamAr Shelbyrlllc I Warn al5pm SOan Ar IxwisTlUa 1040am 740pm Waver BAaTBOUMD WESTBOUND 10 11ITATIOII Na 12 No 1a 407pm 14tamlLT Loulsrll Arl 740pm ia40Am L 26pm iaoO tn Ivr LrncbrpAr 6SOpm 810aa 72OamIWXITBODKD 0 U tHo BTATIOKS INa lflHNofti i 7opmL3pmEptnTlOpmTOpm UlIOam Ar Qeoreta Lv 7003m BASTBOUNOL WISTBOUSD faLHNo 61 STATIONS talc e talc Lr 74tfptaKL2ILOSam 736pm Ar Wlchlvlll Ar a5am 40Apni XlDpmtOCpmtTATiowa No L No l toL1 IxmlrrUie 74Aam 74pm Lezlneton Iia45am IttSOpm Ar KnoxTllls 70upm 745am LlOpmArAr Jacksonville Liam L1 Cbattanoogs a3pm calmAr Atlanta iaiSpmtlSOam Ar Macon 1265am ZCSpm Ar Jackeo Ue83Jam laoopm L1 Ckattanooca 010pm 45am t Ar ntrmmcham ia05pm 1141am t Ar Meridian Ar New Orleans aJOaml No I through sleeping oar Louisville to Ult kintbam via Lexington and Chattanooga t r Na 5 ftee obaerratloa ehslr car LouUtllls to Lexington r Na A frea obnerratlon chair car Lexington M toulsTllle No Kleepingoor nirmlngham to LoulsTille via Lexington All trains betweea LoulsTille Lexington end Burgln dally- Between Versailles and Georgetown Noa II acdltdatly Nod Oland daflyezcept Sunday f Between Versailles NleholasTllle Rich Bond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDatly except Sunday Other train dairy JSdNICON301vpaoK J M CCLPT M Washington U C Washington DO WATCBKCrA WMUTATLOIAG Washington D C Loulsrllls Kjt r h i MDNON ROUTE I liliV4 auw- BETWEEN LOUISVILLE CHICAGOand BEST LINE T- OCalifornia t AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS s UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers Eo II BACON n P A 1Cor4thund Market Sis Lou- lavilltJCJYcCtMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In HABKBSS SADDLERY 0II Stanford Ky 1 kL tirl 11 IIIAlfrIIJ1OC THE HOWARD TRIAL The testimony in the Jamcq Howard case continued on Friday as follows Dr W F Phillips of Clay county saw Howard about the middle of January and thinks ho bad no moustache Could not remember conversation In which ho told George Wall that Howard had told him he had free access to Taylors private oHlco la Frankfort Howard Is subject to lapses of memory slnco a lick on his head In 00 00 Reynolds of Lexington said Clinton told him Hogg bad fixed things for him with the prosecution Ho was In his pfllco on the second floor of the executive building when tho shot was fired and ran to the window and looked out T F Sinclair Will Reynoldsand S D Willis worn with him This con tradictd Sinclair who previously testi tied that ho wits on fret floor when tho shot was fired Witness returned to his odlca attar looking out the window and said to persons thcro that GoeboPs panda Quivered ns he fell W W Anderson of Barbourvlllp ht trd Culton toll Howard In Frank fort jail June 12 that he knew nothing against him In connection with Gooi bola murder C H Robinson of Breathltt county came to Frankfort Jan SO and met beItalked of mutual acquaintances About 15 minutes after they reached the hotel a man unknown to witness camo In and said a riot war about to begin and Goe bel had been killed Witness left hotel Immediately and a woman outside told him Goebel had been killed On cross examination witness eald ho was about executive building several days before the shooting He admitted that he stated to number of people that he was coming out of the executive build log as Goebel and Chinn entered the gate and before ho reached the corner of the square he heard a shot turned and saw Goebel fall but he said ho was joking when he told them this and we mountain people joked about the killing of Goebel Ho also told several that he was behind Goebel and saw him fall and that Chinn displayed good judgment In jumping like a rooster as they were alto shooting at him F M Poore of Clark county was In- Board of Trade Hotel an hour before the shooting and a half hour before comeIthe time ot shooting and his best re collection was that Howard didnt have a moustache On cross examinatlon he said he never saw Howard before day of the shooting was never intro duced to Howard and didnt know un til the afternoon that the man talking to Robinson was Howard Fount Hayden of Franklin county said that Bowman Gaines did not go out of hi stable for 15 minutes alter tbe shot Gaines bad testified to see log a man jump over a fetce after the shooting Alter crossexamination Mr Haydens testimony amounted to nothing A R Dyche of the London Echo said witness Stubblefield had au thorized him to deny a story published that be had been talking to attorneys for the prosecution and working against Howard and to also write How and he was doing nothing against him Stubblefield did not tell him he knew nothing against him C E Merrill a reporter of a Louisville paper said Subblefleld had told him he believed Howard Innocent Witness formerly lived In Laurel county and bad been indicted for shooting a fellow who- died from tbe effect of the shot Jailer T C Cundlff of Clay had also heard Stubblefield say that Howard was In tbatIter but on crossexamination said he vas his close friend H J Clark county clerk of Clay loaned Howard money Jan 27 to go to Frankfort and get a pardon He said Stubblefield was a man of bad character D L Walk or a Manchester merchant said How ard bad no moustache In January and Stubblefield has no character Robert Craft of tame place made same statement W J Roberts and B B Mar cum of Clay also gave Stubblefleld a 10iJ L EUlston a lawyer of Covin ItO CommonVealthihalf hour before shooting and went from there to court of appeals room 15 tbeITriplets He stated positively that Howard was not there Mr Elliston married Miss Ida Givens otthls coun ty a daughter of the late Jackson GIv- ens W C Threlkeld of Covington saw Jim Howard and Berry Howard in Frankfort restaurant at 10 oclock on night of shooting Witness and those lIowlardswas very nervous W E Miller of Covington corroborated Throlkeld and noticed that Jim Howard bad a fresh shaveThree witnesses who helped carry Goebel to his hotel said there were not more than half a dozen persona Imme dlately around the body and about 25 followed them that It would have been an easy matter for a person on the sidewalk to have ssen tbe body allScott30 About 2 oclock of that day a man came to the penitentiary and was talk log to Gilbert Woods a Clay county convict who Introduced him to Hearn eon8ldlerableed the assassination of Goebel At the time Howard bad a dark moustache Witness saw Howard in jail afterwards and his moustache wits gone Ho spoke i t ii jr toi l W = j to Howard about the claim that he bad no moustache on the day they met J C Beatty of Breathltt caunty had heard H O Robinson say 25 times at least that ho was In front of the Stato house when the shooting was done and saw Goebol fall A short time ago Rob inson came to him and changed the story to the one testified to by him A dozen witnesses testified that not more than half a dozen persons were gathered about Goobels body as bo was carried by the Board of Trade Ho tel and that be could be easily recognized by persons on the side walk Howard bad testified that about 30 persons hud gathered about his body Senator George Farris of Lancaster and W P Reedur deputy county clerk of Knox testified that Stubble field was a man of good character Both have known hIm for years Judge W C Lilly of Estill bud no recollection of seoleg Howard af Board of Trade Hotol and Proprietor Peace of that hotel William Triplett und the hotel clerk tIlted positively that Howard was not there at tnu time of the shooting Trlplott left tho notel with Klllston Dc J McCartv of Lexington loaned a pistol to Rev Stamper to protect Wharton Golden and Stamper told him he beliavod that Golden confession was the truth He also said tho same thing to Georgetowns ohlef of police Zaok Lush Tbo surrebuttal was of little importance and was completed before noon yesterday The Instructions given areas follows First If the jury believes from the evidence beyond a reasonable doubt in the defendants guilt or that be was with Vouteey and others when the shot was fired that killed Goebel or con spired with them to shoot Goebel It shall find the prisoner guilty of murder and subject to the death sentence or life Imprisonment 2nd the defendant can not be convicted on the testi mony of an accomplice Judge Little spoke first for the de loose Col Campbell will follow for the prosecution and Owens and Williams will close The case will reach the Ju ry today HUSTONVILLE Arthur Jones Is laid up with throat trouble and his father H S Jones is filling his place as marshal The Moreland democratic club has nearly 200 members and President T H Wright Is getting new names dally Dr Ed Alcorn wont say whether or not he will build where J H Reid now has his store but the impression is that be will- Emmett M Cormack is enlarging and Improving the dwelling on the Wes Bailey place he recently bought He wilj move to it Dec 1 J W Powell sold his crop of wheat about 1300 bushels to D M Llpps l Co at COic He averaged 25 bushels on one piece of land and 20 on another Mrs Mildred Moreland and Miss Rosa Kenney leave this week for Brooklyn to visit the formers daugh ter Mrs E W Edwards Mrs Josiah Bishop is visiting friends in Lancaster Mr J L Stewart and bride of Par sons Kansas have been visiting the family of Josiah Bishop All the novelties and uptodate tea tures in this seasons millinery will be shown oy the Misses Adams on their return from the cities They arc bust ly engaged now selecting and trimming In the latest Parisian styles and will return when they have mastered this fine art Sec dates Of opening later to which aware most cordially invited A good crowd came to town Saturday afternoon to hear Col W G Welch of Stanford and Bon George E SloneoJ Liberty speak and they were well repaid for their taming for two better speeches have not been heard hero for years Col Welch spoke first and lor- an hour ably discussed the more Impor campaignItors knew it not and insisted that he conliLue to speak as his remarks were being brought to a close Mr Stone was In floe trim and his effort was a splendid one Like Col Welch be Is thoroughly Impressed with the Importance of electing democrats tiles year acd be is working hard to that end A number of republicans heard the speeches throughout and teemed to en joy them TEACHEnS MEETING AT KIN05VILLE SATURDAY LAST oornI Young 3 Response by K 0 Martin Address by Superintendent Singleton 5 Number work lu let grades by MlM Sue Hicks followed by IL S Young und T J Itayborn ReynoldstollowedSuperintendent Singleton cxercltp br Sum Young followed byAnna McKee and T J Itavborn Ilow to teach history H Singleton followed by Prof J W Oa and Lou Hicks 0 A good paper Annie McKee 10 In ichool by Prof J W Darts followed by Superintendent Singleton 11 School punishment by T J Itayborn followed by Ur J W Acton 12 How teach language In Id grade by 8 Young followed by O Mattln Lou Hlck and fret Davis Memljcrs 0 Martini Prof Davis and wife Lou Howard A D Martin and W P Koynolds The teachers were very much pleased with the hOl lltILlIt shown them fine dinner by Mrs J W Acton Mrs Leach Mrs C Thompson Mr Wllllam and others LEWIS 0 SINQLBIOX Sec STATE or 01110 Crrr or TOLBDO rItss KIUKNJ CIIKNIV nukes oth that he is senior irtiifroMli flruiof KJ CIIFXKY A Co Joint uloln the City of Toledo County and Slat afcrenald nod that uM ant will pay the lum of ONE HlNIiltEli IXIIJAIIS fur etb and every iv oCATAUruthat cannot teeuretl ly the U- MflUrtOAEllCaWsK J CIIENa Sworn to before toe and subscribed In aiy prei 90colbl Cth day ol Uettubtr A jA W IILI e SEAL Notary Publi- cIlalli Catarrh Curets taken internally and act Ulrectly on the blood and mucous surface of the system bead for testimonial free KJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold Diu gist 75c Halls family Pills art the bet r tl1 i lil i Niuf liiI Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 pail in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond It not write to the home office for literature or call on our nearest agent for an explanation of Its terms anil conditions Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns f160 and five per cent interest for the average time for each dollar paid In N 2 Stock taken now will nil bo matured in front eighteen to twenty four months wIth a largo part redeemed in a much shorter time 3 It Is matured in consecutive order consequently all element of chance is elimina ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin the sooner will your coupons begin to mature IFor further information addroM A SMITH IIOWMAN Secretory BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky If You Should Get SicH Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines CincinnatisFirst Festival e September 19th to 29thIndustrial 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 Pinearson QenI Pat enger Aguui Cincinnali O JOHN C PEPPLES II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Conuty pltrtyBLUEGRASS SEED I baye fur uleSertral Hundred Bushels of goo SeedDlufOrau Oct soy prices and rev a before you buy 1 C DL lT ALEX KT Small Farm For Sale A small farm situated on the Stanford Sorer erKt pike near Halls lialor sale ItolUene awl outbuildings falrl good punty water W L Siifley Ii- yRINK FARMERI- sa candidate for Jailer subject to the ac tion of the democratic party lie solicits your support FINERFARM FOR SALE I Dr P W Logins rains of 1M acres of Ko flanging Fork land Is for sale rtntrr It upon It a splendid two story brick house late toliiroo orohsnl and neetMirv out bulldlogl Fifty to O acres vlrglosoil and tll4ulI fill oolInd wateredand tn all reeprrt tint ela i farm on t Mlllwge Tille turnpike ronTenltqt to del Ga on C S snd L A S railroads It ii a goal home and a profitable investment For Sale Or Trade I Two No HlnlKll Cloter huller 2 old One Cliauiplon llotk Crusher our pony taw Mill Ilrennsn Gos make good ai new one 12 horse lOwer Huor In Uon engine fire years old 10holselowerGaasScott a Jt Co traction eralne two years old All 10000lturaot1 toMln nerfett order Terms ash WJ VeOA 4 Perryville Kr ii Wt PARKHILL Ma DI HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN hadpearsDr Parkhlll experience In the general practice of offers his services to o public of Stanford and vicinity attention given to chronic cartes Office opposlto Court Rouse over Ileailey Bros Livery Stable Office hour from to S P TOWN PROpeRTY FOIl SALE I desire to all privately tbe residence I now cupy on Cutoff fct house Is a nielltwo story tram of eight ruoua style Tb rowprlso over six ernes land aUorrllsiS hunt and cows Flo cUttrn at door alto hydrant water Prteel all room and all other necessaryouobuihinga Onl two bundesi- yards from Main St KrCll on or MRS f W JNDEEEII Stanford a j i J 2 1t= DontFail Attend GUS KcCOBlCAOK IraebndldateforlsaeawrorLlncolnmunty party GEO A EUBANKS countIpartv JAMES T JONES Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county IartyVOL i ANDGKAF Ii a candidate for As e orof Lincoln cots ty subject to democratic action THAMES 52 WRIGHT Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the aitlon of the democratic party SHORTHORN BULLS shorthornayiiung stock of lath subject to register that will sell cheap lastis one of the bulls and an ot the AtFEIAND OLD MOCK WHISKY iOcorge D Weatherford has a contract for FCLL OOVTIIOL AKD SALE of Old Mock Whis ky In Ilu tonvie Ky H 0 MOCK Danville Ky E R OILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY I Manufacturer of SIR ICK1An- dDealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will top market prlo coed for thorn anti also Hides Wool Featbirt Ac- P IL DAVIS POSTED hereby notify the public that my Und is postS ed anti that erutn nd hunting or tn eu of kind on It Violators will nunfihed tothfallexlentotlhelaw AMFELAND Wanted To Rent A good Farm containing from lO to 450 acres Address ADVERTISE Lancaster Ky POS2E tnTlrlUVM lANlKlltAK KrtgefKy liTfarfUNlKUtra Ottenhtlui Ky FARM FOR SALE endisOonUlui toe acres a splendli state of cultivation On the Itlaek 54 ratio from Hustonvllle and 1H from More land lists on It a dwellhirct flvo rotes neeewarpIW U WniOUT- llutonvllle Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEHLERS Millodgovillo Ky We will have lout of this month 125 Good Short Yearling Cattle for sale LUTE K COW BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teoth Extracted Without Pain With Vitalised Air Physician In attend once Office In the New Thompson tlulldlnr 7f a PRUfTTBROSMOHKLAND ICJIH ZCSr LiveryWeIron Reds Ileture frames Fancy Picture In chain fra- meMason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky eplondedtablemeet all trains 69 J T SUTTON Undertaker Hnitonvillo Kentucky Odin his cotes to thrIf of West Ueeolii and Casey eoantlM Full stock of CkfflBiaad Calk ttialwstieo hand DI Carpenter Manager I Mlntoshs Livery 5 Feed Stable McKInnEY KY SatedrlnadjelsIagBssetlee teeddayrtmHge solicited FRITH HOTEL r FflA CISCO PreprSstcr AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY eoetJendibetriSieg mu Its C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Paper Hanging And Paintings See me before you let your pfllntlnR I iwlxrandwattle I will tell you paper IU rhnup at you perboltwork guaranteed J J I1ELDEN Stanford I YI Painting Repairing wI am prepared to paint and rlanstyleYxswrlenead teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II UUKEIt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by Jly Adam Co Paint Lick I Is a guaranteed sure cure for horse and mules alluded with Fistula 1ftllcvil gwlnnejr Scratched Saddle Iloll lard and Soft Enlargement Greasy Heel Dlttetnper Ac For sale by W Mrltob lIulnlbrtLlhertyCaldwell Dunn lire llr MlllrlgevlhfeOwOlure Turocrsvllle J IL Vanhnok MrKlu ney BEAZLEY NAYSV- NDERTBSERS DEALERS IX Furniture MattIlIgNRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call lrlces right STANFORD KENTUCKY I I J LH A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OffleeCTor Mcllobert Drug Store in UnlUloj tbIR A DENTISTi Offlco over HlpRlnfl A McKlnnoyi Slor Telephone No 18 THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky I Tho most centrally located and only FSRSTCLASSIlOtel 2 RATEOne block tram the principal shopping district and two blocks from the thre principal theatroa Street oars paw the door to all ptrti Oi The City Everything neat and clean FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP 8TASPOUD KY Clit1 Stock J100WO Sarplai I17CS3 51 This latltutlon originally MlablUhtJ aj Ibt Va II Dank bnnfnl In IM tbto reorganledas- thNatlona3Rank ofSUntorJ In 116 aciagal- roorgsniredslbsFlrqidlunUflank of Stanford IW hit bad practically aaualntrruptd alit orator yarn A ti UtUr iunIlJ cow wit- iscUtDufertransaetingbnlneupromgtfysail I arallylbaafTtrUfertln lu long and bvooiikh career 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sit Lexington M Louisville No leeplngoar ninntncbam to LoaltTllle Leflagtont Louisville Lexington and Between VersalUea and Georgetown Noa II 8daUezcepSuadafBond and Irvine dally except Sunday 1tDaU except Sunday Other trains dally rtJAKWO Sd VPOM J M CULPT M Washington D C Washington DO WATCRKGPA WMHTATLOIAG PA Waabtngton D C LoulaTllIa Ky i D 1DNQN ROUTE r CHICAGOand BEST LINE TO l California I AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E II HACON D P A V TF Cor 4 ill nnd Market Sis Loulsvlllt k JC+ McGbMY UNDmal aMKf Manufacturer and Dealear In HABNESS SADDLERY o1 Stanford Ky x oLl tJ1t j f 4f THE HOWARD TRIAL The testimony in the James Howard case continued on Friday as follows Dr W F Phillips of Clay county saw Howard about the middle of January and thinks ho had no moustache Could not remember conversation In which ho told Georgo Wall that Howard had told him bo bad tree access to Taylors private offlce In Frankfort Howard is subject to lapses of memory since a lick on his head In 06 O O Reynolds of Lexington sald Gallon told him Hogg bad fixed things for him with the prosecution Ho was in his pfllco on the second floor of the executive building when the shot was fired and ran to the window and looked out T F Sinclair Will Reynolds and S D Willis were with him This con tradicts Sinclair who previously testi fled that he was on first floor when tho shot was fired Witness returned to his ofllco aftei looking out the window and said to persons there that Goebols hands ulvored as he foil W W Anderson of Barbourvlllp hard Culton toll Howard In Frank fort jail Juno 12 that he knew nothing against him in connection with Goij bol murder C H Robinson of Breatbltt county came to Frankfort Jan 20 and met Howard next day on the square between the Capitol and Board of Trade aodI15 minutes after they reached the hotel a man unknown to witness came in and said a riot war about to begin and Goe bel bad been killed Witness left hOe tel immediately and a woman outside told him Goebel bad been killed On cross examination witness said he was about executive building several days before the shooting He admitted that he stated to number of people that he was coming out of the executive building as Goebel and China enteted the gate and before he reached the corner of the square he bead a shot turned and saw Goebel fall but he said he was joking when be told them this and we mountain people joked about the kill lug of Goebel He also told several that be was behind Goebel and saw him fall and that China displayed good judgment in jumping like a rooster as they were also shooting at him F M Poore of Clark county was in- Board of Trade Hotel an hour before the shooting and a half hour before he saw Robinson and Howard come there He thought they were there at reIa moustache On cross examination he said be never saw Howard before day of the shooting was never intro duced to Howard and didnt know un ill the afternoon that the man talking to Robinson was Howard Fount Hayden of Franklin county said that Bowman Gaines did not go of bis stable for 15 minutes afterlOUt shot Gaines bad testified to see log a man jump over a fetce after the shooting After cross examination Mr Hnydens testimony amounted to nothing A R Dyche of the London Echo said witness Stubblefield bad au thorized him to deny a story published that he had been talking to attorneys for the prosecution and oealnst Howard and to also worklnlrI ard be was doing nothing Stubblefield did not tell him he knew nothing atralust him C E Merrill a reporter of a Louisville paper said Subblefleld had told him he believed Howard Innocent Witness formerly lived in Laurel county and bad been Indicted for shooting a fellow who died from the effect of the shot Jailer T C Cundlff of Clay hid also heard Stubblefield say that Howard was in tbatIter but on cross examlhatlon said be wag his close friend H J Clark county clerk of Clay loaned Howard money Jan 27 to go to Frankfort and get a pardon He said Stubblefield was a man of bad character D L Walk or a Manchester merchant said Howard bad no moustache in January and Stubblefield has no character Robert Craft of same place made same statement W J Roberts and H B Mar cum of Clay also pave Stubblefield a bad name Thedefense here closed in chief J L Elllston a lawyer of Covlngtoa was then called by the Commonwealth He was In tbe Board of Trade Hotel a half hour before the shooting and went from there to court of appeals room 15 minutes before He passed through tbe office as he went out and no one was In the office except the clerk and Robert Triplett He stated positively that Howard was not there Mr Elllston married Miss Ida Givens of this coun ty a daughter of the late Jackeon Giv ens W C Threlkeld of Covington InInight of shooting Witness and those Bowlurdsfrom Covington Jim Howard arose and was very nervous W E Stiller of Covington corroborated Threlkeld and noticed that Jim Howard had a fresh shaveThree witnesses who helpedcarry Goebel to his hotel said there were not more than half a dozen persons Imme dlately around the body and about 25 followed them that it would have been an easy matter for a person on the side walk to have ssen the body Dr U J Hearn deputy sheriff of Scott county was deputy warden Jan 30 About 2 oclock of that day a man came to the penitentiary and was talk lag to Gilbert Woods a Clay county convict who Introduced him to Hearn as Jim Howard They a had con ald erable conversation and both condemn ed tbe assassination of Goebel At tbe time Howard had a dark moustache Witness saw Howard In jail afterwards and his moustache yips gone He spoke i j i ti c1i L Jt to Howard about the claim that be bad no moustache on the day they met J C Beatty of Breathitt county had heard H C Robinson say 25 times at least that ho was In front of the State house when the shooting was done and saw Goebol fall A short time ago Rob inson came to him and changed the story to the one testified to by him A dozen witnesses testified that not more than half a dozen persons were gathered about Goebels body as he was carried by the Board of Trade Ho tel and that ho could bo easily recog nized by persons on the side walk Howard had testified that about ItO persons had gathered about his body Senator George Farris of Lancaster and W P Roedar deputy county clerk of Knox testified that Stubble field was a man of good character Both have known hfm for years Judge W C Lilly of Estlll bad no recollection of seeing Howard aF Board of Trade Hotel and Proprietor Peace of that hotel William Trlplatt und the hotel clerk stated positively tbat Howard was not there ut the time of the shooting Trlplott left the hotel Win Elllston D J McCartv of Lexington loaned a pistol to Rev Stamper to protect Wharton Golden and Stamper told him he believed tbat Goldans confession was the truth He also said the same thing to Georgetowns chief of police Zack Lusby The surrebuttal was of little Importance and was completed before noon yesterday The Instructions given are as follows First if the jury believes from the evidence beyond a reasonable doubt lathe defendants guilt or that ho was with Youteey and others when the shot was fired that killed Goebel or con spired with them to shoot Goebel it shall find the prisoner guilty of mur del and subject to the death sentence or life imprisonment 2nd the defend ant can not be convicted on the teat mony of an accomplice Judge Little spoke first for the de tense Col Campbell will follow for the prosecution and Owens and Williams will close The case will reach tbe ju ry today HUSTONVILLE Arthur Jones Is laid up with throat trouble and his father H S Jones Is filling his place as marshal The Morelaud democratic club has nearly 200 members and President T H Wright la getting new names dally Dr Ed Alcorn wont say whether or not he will build where J H Reid now has his store but the impression is that he will- Emmett Me CormucIc is enlarging and Improving the dwelling on the Wes Bailey place he recently bought He wllj move to It Dec 1 J W Powell sold bis crop of wheat about 1300 bushels to D M Llpps Co at Gale He averaged 25 bushels on one piece of land and 20 on another Mrs Mildred Moreland and Miss Rosa Kenney leave this week for Brooklyn to visit the formers daugh ter Mrs E W Edwards Mrs Josiah Bishop is visiting friends in Lancaster Mr J L Stewart and bride of Par sons Kansas have been visiting the family of Joslab Bishop All the novelties and uptodate features in this seasons millinery will be shown oy the MUses Adams on their return from the cities They are busily engaged now selecting and trimming Iin the latest Parisian styles and will return when they have mastered this fine art See dates Of opening later to which alVare most cordially invited A good crowd came to town Saturday afternoon to heat Col W O Welch of Stanford and Hon George E Stone of Liberty speak and they were well repaid for their coming for two setter speeches have not been beard hero for years Col Welcb spoke first and for an hour ably discussed the more impor tant questions of the present campaign He was not feeling well but his audi tors knew it not and insisted that be coDtltuij to speak as his remarks were being brought to a close Mr Stone was In fine trim and his effort was a splendid one Like Col Welch be is thoroughly impressed with the Impor tance of electing democrats this year Iud he is working hard to that end A number of republicans heard the speeches throughout and teemed to enjoy them TEAOHEISS MEETING AT KINOSVILLE SATURDAY LAST ItaybornI Young 3 Response by K O Martin Address by Superintendent Singleton 5 Number work In lit erode by Sue Hicks followed by II S Young end T J Itayborn 0 How to teach Lucy Re3 nolds followed by H S YoulIg1k and- Superintendent Singleton cterclp l v Sam Young followed byAnna McKee and T J Uavborn 8 How to teach history f H Single ton followed ur Prof J W Davis and Lou hicks 0 A good paper Annie McKee 10 Psychology In ichool by Prof J W Davis followed by Superintendent Single tOil School punishment by T J Kayborn followed by IIr J W Acton IS How to teach language In 2d grade by H S Young followed by K 0 Martin Lou Hicks and Prof Davis Members K 0 Martin Prof Davis and wife Lou Howard A D Martin and W P Reynolds The teachers were very much pleased with the liospltulltv shown them with n fine dinner by Mrs J W Acton Mrs Leach Mrs C Thompson Mrs Williams and others LEWIS U SINGLETON Sec STATE or Ouio CITY or r1LCVAIlUKN J CIIKNEY nitkri oath lilt he li senior doingbusinc111naforesaid and that uli non will pay the sum of ONE HlNDHEli IMILLAUS fur cch and every raw of CATAanH Ibnt cannot be cured by the UK oIIALLCArAnax CensFRANKJ CUENE Sworn to before IIlIlal sutcrtlelIn my prei sate this nth day ot DectuiUr A It 1MO A W JLCAO SEAL Notary Public halts Catarrh Cure II taken 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Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines Cincinnatis First Fall Festival September 19th to 29thIndustrial 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 0 rlnenrson Genl Passenger Agent Cincinnati O JOHN C PEPPLES Is candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Contity pltrtyBLUEGRASS SEED I hare for uleSereral Jtundretl Duiheli of good BlueOrau Serf Oet toy yrtcee and we seed before you buy L C1l Mr KT Small Farm For Sale A all farm 11111leol on the Stanford 1 Sower end pike near 1111 ip for sale Itniilene awl outbuilding fetus good pitnty water W tUAWES Sander Ky DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the ac tion of the democratic party lie solicits your support FINE FARM FOR SALE I Dr P W Logan farm of 1M sect of No Fork land It for sale privately It Iuiwnlta splendid two story brick house large orchard and 11ft inr out Fifty to M acre vlrgtu soil anti beautiful oo lIlnd joIDeIr watered sod In all re ect a ant claM farm Located on Stanford A Milled ilt rllle turnpike convenient to dits on C S and L d N railroads It lia gooa houia and a profit able investment For Sale Or Trade I Two SoI RlydellClover huller I ears old One Champion hock Crusher one puny saw Mill Ilrenoan 4 Coi wake good at new one horse power II uber traction etiglne lire years old one hone power Oat SootUV Co traction er lee two old All these CoOOlruraal1 In 1la nerfect order Teruitraiu WJ VeRA Perrr llle Kjr JIW PARKHILL MID HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN hadsearsDr Purkhlll experience In tho general practice of ae otters his services to public of Stanford and vicinity Special intention given to chronic cases Office opposite Court House over Beutley Dros Stable Office hours from t to 5 r TOWN PROpeRTY FOR SALE I desire to sell privately the reiMenc I now oo euny on Cutoff M hour II a new well built two story trams of eight moms Modern scowslIeeloternatdooralso other nelesuryoutbullaIlfgs Only two buudre- JJrlla frolll Ky Call on ur sddreuStanford Sy I iitIl J DontFail Attend Particulars- W GUS McCORMACK Is a candidate for Attwtor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party GEO A EUBANKSI- s candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe democratic party JAMES T JONES Is n candidate for jailer of Lincoln county pItyVOX i ANDGKAFI- s a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to democratic action THAMES 52 YRIGIITl- a a candldtttu for Aoe or of Lincoln coun ty aubject to the action of the democratic party SHORTHORN nULLS shorthornlullsyoung itock of broth tex subject to rt littr that 01lheothenOLD MOCK WHISKY 0 corgo 0 Wentherford Las i contract for FULL CONTROL AKD SALE of Old Mock Whis ky In Ilustom e Ky H 0 MOCK Danvlllo Ky ErR DILLEHA Y DANVILLE AYe Manufacturer of BRIOKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement c o Write For Prices Poultry And Eggs 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