You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal.: n. Friday, September 28, 1900. Semi-weekly interior journal.. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton, Springfield, KY 1900 sem1900092801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal.: n. Friday, September 28, 1900. Semi-weekly interior journal.. W.P. Walton, Springfield, KY 1900 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t 1 t ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDKY HT 11 YEHR e VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1900 9 A M NO60 THE CljolsbWisernaoCOMPANY v DANVILLE KY + a 4 Autumn1 j Announcement f Our Fall Stock is now nil in tool every Department is ready with the xlty newest and best collection of season showIour pat jUCt the fruits of our labor t Our Fall Opening Sale COMMENCES Friday Morning Sept 28th And continues tho week through introducing highest class exclusive Fall novelties and standard grades in all lines JLlio most complete stock pvqr seen in Danville Everybody invited RoayIn roa tr Wear Eopartmont department we arc now prepared to show tho very latest creations in Ladies Tailored Dresses Jackets Box Coats cud Automobiles Furs Dressing Sneezes Silk and Flannel Shirt Wa- istsTAILOIM15JE SUITS In no story in Central Kentucky will you find so complete an assortment of Ladies IlighGrade TailorMade Suits as right here Beautifully Trimmed Dresses in the new Blouse clVccts at 1250 to h 30 DoublcBrcustcd and TightFitting Suits in every new style and shape and nil at the very lowest prices pos- sibleDress Goods The longestablished reputation of this department for its uptodateness is heightened this season by selections that ore second to none Fullnssortmenty of Broadcloths Venetians Zihilcnes and Pebble Cheviots for Tailormade Gowns Plain and Plaidback Cloths for Walking Skirts at prices ranging troll 50 to 2e50 Wedding Presents We are now making a special display of an entirely new collection of goods suitable for Weddings Gifts Solid Silverware Rich Cut Glass Fine China and Art Pieces Clocks and CandelabraI 1 Fall Opening Days Friday did Saturday MI rrcn c P A Kf9i W ampanyi5 Danville Kiri J HOWARD MUST HANG So Says A Jury of 12 Good Men TUB verdict of death In the case of James Howard charged with coniplr Log tonaeaealnalo Gov Gocbol la most satisfactory ono to lovers of la and tocloiy Any thing short of such a verdict would not havo been approv ed by the better people of Lincoln and adjoining counties who believe in holding up society and good order by hanging aseusalns and those who con iplre to take the lifo of fellowman Tho jury on the Orel ballot was Unanimous iu to guilt but two of the 12 opposed the death penalty at flrst but flnally they gave In Doth the life Imprisonment Jurors were regular demodratsThe Of the Jury it Is believ ed was based largely upon the destruc tlon ofJIJowarda alibi upon which he depended solely One of the jurors ad mitted that the failure of Howard to bring any of the occupants of the exec utivo building on Jan 30 to testify that ho was not there was considered by the jury as an Inalcatlon that ho was there The testimony of Galnes as to seeing Howard runout of the grounds and also of Stubblefield who swore that Howard contested the killing a few daye after the murder were the other principal points upon which tbe jury relied Howard turned deathly white when he beard tbe verdict and his face for a moment took on a look of anguish but ho recovered his elfpohc ion almost Immediately Tbe Jury was conceded to be tbe best ever selected In Eranklln county Politically 10 are regular democrats one a republican and one a Brown dew ocrat Eight members of the jury are members of the Christian church three are member of tbe Baptist and one is a Methodist The case ol Henry Youtsey also In dieted as a principal will be called at Georgetown Monday W H Culton has been admitted to ball In the sum of 810000 NEWS NOTES Mrs Beck Bealmer has taken the prize for cake ot the Nelson county fair 24 times in 20 year At Leavenworth Kansas Anita Tutz aged 18 shot and fatally wounded her father because ho bad sent her brother away to school The K of P Lodge at Frankfort de dined to take part In the street fair and carnival parade at Frankfort because Negro lodges were in line Eight or more people were killed by u tornado ul MorrUtown Mien The wreckage of a barn fell on a ealoon where 10 people bad taken refuge John U White a white man aged 40 was married In Cincinnati to Rosa French a Negress of 10 White lives In Paris where he runs a machine shopOne thousand people are out of work because of a vlvarmakera stHke at Tampa Two hundred boilermakers have struck at Norwich Conn against reduction of wages manaJeraInkidnaping innocent men and women and making them work under armed guards for an Indefinite period Tbe town of Grant Iii has been practically wiped out of existence by tbe Electrical Trust which has shutdown the only Industry of tho town a plant which formerly employed 000 people MISS Annie Curd aged 17 was found lying dead In a pool of blood at her home In Graves county with a bullet wound In her breast T iero Is sueplc btlnilInvetlJGen John M Palmer natlveof Ken tucky soldier In the war between tbe McKinleyAidhis home In Springfield Ill at the advanced age of 83 HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J r Lilly a prominent tltlicti of Haunt IttI Mo lately had a wonderful dtlltewnpc from a rrl bllll In teIUng nflt he sal I was latfn wits Typhoid Fever that ran Into Ineumo nit My lunge became htrJrnr 118 w weak I rouldnt even lit In 1m Nothing helped nit I tiprclnt tu won die of Consumption when I heard or Ur King New Plscurery Ont liotlle goT great rrllrf Irnntlnued to It and now tm well and strong I tint artoo much In pralee This nitrTtlloiii li the surest and qulrkt cure In the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble lleiilir dreg 50 cents and fl Trial lottles ft Urug Store every bot III guaranteed More than 6hlnLeasele hailing from Ft Pierre N F hays been miss Ing since tbe pub age of the hurricane A dozen or more lives have been lost as the result of a cloudburst In Texas Rivers are swollen and may eo higher than In 1890 when great damage re suited 110 HIQHTTO UaiIHESS The woman who Is lovely In fare form and ten will always have friends but one who would be attractive must keep hT health If the If weak sickly and all run down ebe will Le nervuue Irritable Hthe has constipation or kidney Iron Ile her lmpure blood mealS plm lea skin foul a wretched rltc trienltenlsthebest medicine In the world to topudfyhetmolhvelcelyktn rich complexion U will make a good looking charming woman of a run down Invalid Only lJ cents at IVnnjj Drug Store Nome has been visited by tbe sever- eSt storm that was over felt in North western Aiuska A number of vessels were wrecked several lives lost and people are homeless Tbo proper ty loss is over 500000 A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber lalosPaln Balm or by Craig h- LANCASTER IYour sheriff Mr Sam Owens was hero Wednesday looking as natural as a 3100 hIll Mrs R E McRoberts entertained a few friends In honor of Miss Bessie ElkIn of Louisville Democraw t aro re fleeting great credit on the Walton Bros Mr How n Saulloy came over Tues day night to attend the impromptu bop at the Simpson House which was an enjoyableaffair Mrs RE McKoborts and Miss Sal lie Elkin attended the mooting of the C W B M at Huston vllle Mr and Mrs F P Friable are in Cincinnati Col J W Miller went to Mt Vernon WednesdayHon D White spoke here on Monday forenoon and again Tuesday In behalf of the prohibition ticket lIe told many truths and If morality and politics would mix that party would bo the strongest party of today The Shumann Concert Co of Chica go has been engaged by Messrs Her bert Kinnaird and Ed Dotv to appear at the opera house bore Oct 20 They come highly endorsed and have some of the finest artists in the nation Hon R H Tomllneon Is announced to speak to a large democratic club and a gathering of the people generally at Sliver Creek Wednesday Oct 3d Extensive preparations arc being made and a democratic love feast Is expect edThere was a fine display of splendid corn at R E McRoberts store Monday for the gold prizes The judges were Messrs J A Doty Luther Gibbs and Col Nevius T B Robinson and son Harry got first premium and Harrison Thurmond second The W C T U circulated a petition to tbe city council asking that an ex tra police force be put on to enforce the law on Battle stow and offered to help pay the expenses They also ask for an ordinance prohibiting tbo sale ot cocaine except on prescription On Monday Policeman Jas Pierce arrested Bob Carrier for shooting in town and took charge of his pistol Ho was locked up and his trial was set for another slay Jim Anderson colored cut Den Gwlnn another Negro Jo the throat No trial has been held On Mondayevening Mr Hugh M Smith age 48 died after a lingering illness of heart trouble Funeral services were conducted Wednesday at the Bap tint church by Dr J L McKee and many friends and relatives followed the remains to Lancaster cemetery for burial Deceased vas a worthy citizen having fixed convictions on all public questions A widow and two children survive bfm I did not have tbe pleasure of hear ing the debate hero Monday between Peake and Wilson but from reports I take It that your notice In last issue was fair and impartial Rumors have it that Wilson was conciliatory as if making excuses for mistakes while Peake was pronounced and positive in his denunciation Imperialism trusts and tbe doctrines and oractlcea of the republican party- Wednesday night Mr E O Singleton brother of your school superinten dent and Mies Lucille Pennlngton both of your county drove here and stopped at the Simpson bouse It was reported that a wedding was on band and In order to evade tbe crowd of spectators they went to the residence of Dr Wesley a friend of the groom where they were made husband and wife Eld A R Moore officiating Auctioneer Am Bourne reports the following regarding county court very largo crowd In town about 300 cattle on the market a few selling at 3 to 3i Bourne Bros sold 11 good yearlings at 4o Plug horses sold at 913 to 840 about 250 mule colts on tbe market 200 selling at i20 to 950 aged mules brought 8SO to 9150 Master Commissioner J W Miller sold a house and lot for 9314 Mrs Annie Sin gleton bought the place where she now resides on Lexington avenue for 5900 CURED OF CIWONJl DIARRHOEA AFTERSOYEARSOFSUrFERING I suffered for 30 years with diarrhoea and thought I was past being cured says John S Halloway of French fninp 1IS8IOIhall spent so much tIme and money and suffered to much that I had given up all hopes of recovery I was so feeble from tho effects of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor could not even travel but by accident Iwas permitted to find a bottle of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea rem edy nUll after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble Iam 10 pleased with the result that I am nnx ious that it be in reach of all who suffer as I have For sale by Craig ft Hocker Druggists Stanford Ky Rev William May Perryvitle 01 has 12 children living 50 grandchil dren 13 great gratdchlldreo and six greatgreatgrandchildren He has been married three times What most people want is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys to Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In e ectF9r uleb Craig Hooker Drugzlstfu THE HIRED MAN Takes A Moment Off To Send A Few Lines LEXINGTON Sept 20Since matters havo Jot to running a little more smoothly I urn becoming somewhat reconciled to what I must confess was a foolish movo Aftor 21 years In tho newspaper business it was time for ma to seek an easier berth Instead of assuming graver duties but fools rush In where angola such as Clarence Wood fear to tread and thats why I am In this snap and writing this at the rol eon hour of midnight Instead of sleep Ing the sleep of the just Thorny ai Is my pathway at present I occasionally run across u strip lined with rosesnn- for the nonce forget the ills that 11os h is heir to Tbo olllco force is congen tai the directors are patient and long suffering and the head of the society column Mrs Mary Bradley Halley one of the brightest and moat charm fag little widows that one could find In a weeks hunt In this city famed for It cultivated and beautiful women department is a featuro of the Mornla Democrat and lays all other efforts In the same direction hero Iq tbo shade Everybody I have met welcomes and encourages me and If I was not eo fully conscious of my own shortcomings might soon have to get a larger ha than I have been accustomed to wear tog Lexington Is a great place There Is always something hero to attract and Interest and politics of a peculiarly torrid variety la always on tap Each Mo watches the other like hawks and leave little opportunity for the other to got in crooked work If the politi clans here could be induced to attempt such a thing which of course they can not A half dozen courts are al ways In session here and It Is a cold day In this hot spell when a murder trial or some sensational civil case Is not being heard The courthouse Is the pride Of the city and county and Is a magnlflcient building with over convenience known to modern arch tecture It has Ita own steam heat an electric plant and the offices are finei fitted and elegantly furnished Judg Baileys eyes would stand out an inch In wonder and admiration if be coal d step from his own miserable den to Judge Bullocks palatial quarters The building cost nearly 300000 but Fay Otto county and Lexington get full benefit for the outlay in the advertise went It gives them Our esteemed contemporaries have acted very nicely toward me and the newspaper and have given both highly appreciated notices besides offering t help us In any way Tbo Brecklnridges have called and Editor Roberts has ex tended every courtesy imaginable so you see I have friends even in the eue my Bill I forget that I am now a hired man and must try to earn my sti pend therefore I bid you goodnlgbi and hope that each of you before get ting in your little bed remembered and complied with my earnest request to pray for me W P W HL OWES IllS LIFE TO TIlE FORETHOUGHT OF A COMPANION While on a camping trip in Webster coutaty Mr SI Stump of Noramniown W Va had a severe attack of bloody flux He says I firmly believe that owe my lifo to the forethought of one of the company who had taken along a bot tic of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy Moral Procure i bottle of this remedy before leaving home It cnnnot be obtained when on a hunting fishing or prospecting trip Neither can it be obtained while on board the cars or steamship and at such times and place e It Is most likely to be needed The end WilY Is to have it with you Thousands of travelers never leave home on a jour ney without It For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggist Stanfo d Ky The Morning Democrat the new Lexington dally with W P Walton as editorinchief has made Its appear ance and Is fully up to expectations The Democrat typographically look very much like tbo other Lexington papers but tbero the resemblance politicalsublecteline laid down by the democratic par ty In that respect partlculary it din fers from Its local contemporaries and has a laid of Its own Under Mr Val tons direction It should be a success Advocate VOLCANIC ERUPTIOnS Are grand but Skin Eniptloni rob life of joy lluckltua Arnica Salve cores then alto Old Uu and Sore Ctcrn Ikilli f Chappdhauntout 1alniand Aches Only 81 eta a box Cliro guaranteed Sold by Ienrjr Druggist The Abbott owned by C J Hatnlip and driven by Geere trotted a wile at Torre Haute Ind in 203 breaking the worlds record STATE or Onto CITY or TOLEDO seer ICCAt ColTFBIKX J CIIEXEV makes oith that he Isent r dotingbtulmniutheCltyotTuledoCounty aforesaid will lay tb turn O HUWIllW lHLUAItS fr e ch andevery rae of that cannot be cured be uW of HALLS CATARRH CiRi CHENEYSworneace his 6th dy at December l A ILEASOS- EAL Notary Iubllc- Halli Catarrh Cure is iaken internally and 01be l Wben In Da ovil1 Call on us and SPC The Largest and Best Line of i s Clothinge Furnishings And Shoes t In Central Kentucky IT PAYS TO TRADE AT GLOBEffmoney back if youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville CotNEW SHOES The Euell EojJe the Forward Bootee the Honker Bootee New Shoes For Ladies i ShoeslteUnderwearUtrpetsacd Mattlncsand everything In Groctries FYIdKyeTrusses IQ Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason ableeCraig locker Stanford eec A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work jmanship and material as wili be attest any one of the many parties for jwhom I have builded during the 15 years have been in business here Sash3BlittdsLumber Latin Shingles EtcrJ I will duplicate any prices offered fi0vatNat aLNSi Clothing llnd ts At Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance= To I Get Bargains In Tbe Above Lines e Geo H Parr1s G Coo i THE FOX ART GALLERY r DANVILLE KY V This Ie now the roOst up todatetiailerv iq Central Kentucky beer conily equipped with the marvelous AniutiKmnt Lenses tho now discovur11nopUc science today to tro Ladles that r THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very latest Designs 19 JVJouldirjgs Patterns never sold In this locality heforehive to he seen to be apprecl lpd Suit inUllrADlollife qellcRlenICur cp turethat r itlire a frame When In Dan U1e call anti see us and get our ptles w- tvlllha alga money =o JhlSlitrptQatx ttGt r fjt 1 f I t SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftL1 ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY KT 1 A YEAR r tit t VOLXXVI1I STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1900 9 A M NO lOi t a THE 4 CLje1sbWisenanCOMPANY 1 DANVILLE KYv ppn- lft l 4 Autumn AnnouncementP Our Fall Stock is now nil in and every Department is ready with the Wiry newest and best collection of season able goods it has ever been om pleasure to show Wo now extend a most cordial invitation to all our pat rom find the public generally to come and inspect the fruits of our labor Our Fall Opening Sale COMMENCES Friday Merging Sept 28th And continues tho week through introducing highest class exclusive Fall novelties fold standard grades in all lines The most complete stock over seen in Danville Everybody invited Reaiy To Wear Department In this department we are now prepared to show the very latest creations in Ladies Tailored Dresses Jackets Box Coats and Automobiles Furs Dressing Sncques Silk and Flannel Shirt Waists TAILOIM1E SUITS In no store in Central Kentucky will you find so complete an assortment of Ladies HighGradeTailorMade Suits as right lucre Beautifully Trimmed Dresses in the new Blouse effects at S1250 to X110 DoubleBreasted and TightFitting Suits in every new style and shape and all at the very lowest prices pos- sibleDress Goods The longestablished reputation of this department for its uptodateness is heightened this season by selections that are second to none Full assortment of Broadcloths Venetians Zi hitcHes told Pebble Cheviots for Tailormade Gowns Plain and Plaidback Cloths for Walking Skirts at prices ranging from 50 to 2c- 50Wedding Presents We are now making a special display of an entirely new collection of gi ils suitable for Weddings Gifts Solid SilverwareRich Glass Fine China and Art Pieces Clocks and Candelabrar 1yy i Fall Opening Days Friday And Saturday The elsh iWiseman Company Danville Ky HOWARD MUST HANG So Says A Jury of 12 Good Men TUB verdict of death In tbo case of consplrjInlmost satisfactory one to lovers of law and society Any thing short of such a verdict would not have boon approved by tho bettor people of Lincoln and adjoining eountlee who bcllovo in holding up society and good order by hanging assassins and those who con spire to take the life of u fellowman Tho jury on tbo flrst ballot was Unanimous at to guilt but two of the 12 opposed the death penalty at first but finally they gave In Both the life Imprisonment Juror wero regular democrats The verdict of the jury It Is believ ed was based largely upon tbedcstruc LIon ofJUowardt alibi upon which he depended solely One of the jurors admitted that the failure of Howard to bring any of the occupants of the exec utive building on Jan 30 to testify that ho was not there was considered by the jury as an indication that ho was there The testimony of Gaines as to seeing Howard rim out of tbo grounds and also of Stubblefleld who swore that Howard contested the killing a few days after tho murder wero the other principal points upon which the jury relied Howard turned deathly white wben be beard the verdict and his face for a moment took on a look of anguish but he recovered his selfpossession almost ImmediatelyThe conceded to be the best ever selected In Eranklln county Politically 10 are regular democrats one a republican and one u Brown democrat Eight members of the jury are members of the Christian church three are members of the Baptist and one Is a Methodist The clue of Henry Youtsey oho in dieted as a principal will be called at Georgetown Monday W H Culton has been admitted to ban In the sum of 810000 NEWS NOTES Mrs fleck Dealmer has taken the prize fur cake at the Nelson county fair 24 times in 20 years At Leavenworth Kansas Anita futz aped 18 shot and fatally wound ed her father because be had sent her brother away to school The K of p Lodge at Frankfort de clined to take part in the street fair belcauleEight or more people were killed by u tornado at Morrittown Mien The wreckage of a barn fell on a ealoon where 10 people hud taken refuge John II White a white man aged 40 was married In Cincinnati to Rosa French a Negress of 10 White lives In Paris where he runs a machine shopOne thousand people are out of work because of a cl Hrrnaker strike at Tampa Two hundred boilermakers have struck at Norwich Conn against reduction of wages managersInkidnaping Innocent men and women and making them work under armed guards for an Indefinite period The town of Grant has been practically wiped out of existence by the Electrical Trust which has shutdown the only Industry of the town a plant which formerly employed 000 people Miss Annie Curd aged 17 was found lying dead In a pool of blood at her home in Graves county with a bullet wound In her breast There Is suspic ion of foul play and the case is bring investigated Jon John II Palmer natlvoof Ken tucky soldier In the war between the States and nominee of the McKinley Aid Society four years ago is dead at his home In Springfield at the advanced age of 81 HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J1 Lilly a pwiulnrnt rltltrn of lUuul 11 Mo lately bid a wonderful deliverance from a frllbtlu dUlh In telling of It be wyc I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran Into 1neumo nla My luugi became lianleunl I via M weak I t uldnt eren lit In lied Nothing helped luc I expected to oon die of Contumptlon when I herd of Ur King New iiuvvery Ono tattle gire great rrllef I continued to use lt and now am well and ttroog I no too much In Ui rake This marrelloiu meilfclnt li the aunta- ndqutckesteureto the world for all Throat and Lung Trimble llecular Ines cents and fl Trlil Imitlet frtet lruu1 Ping Store every tot II guaranteed More than fishing vessels hailing from Ft Pierre N F hays been miss ing since the put age of tbo hurricane A dozen or more lives have been lostas tho result of a cloudburst in Texas Rivers are swollen and may go higher than In 1890 when great damage re sulted S HO RIGHT TO UGLINESS The woman who li lowly In flee tone and tem per will alwayi hne Mil one who would be nttracllre must keep tnr health If the la weak sickly anti ail run down she will to orient and Irritable itihehas constipation or kidney trou ble her Impure blood will blntcliet ikln eruption nod a wretched complexion Iltc Irk 11 ten U tho beat medicine In tho orlt to regulate stotnichliver and kidneys and to purity he blood It ito strong nerves bright eym iniiotu Tflrely skin rich complexion U will make a good looking charming woman of a run down Invalid Only W outs at IVnoja Drug SteroNome has been visited by the severest Storm that was over felt in Northwestern Alaska A number of vessels were wrecked several lives lost and- proper600 people are homeless The ty loss is over 500000 A lame shoulder is usually caused br rbeumatlsm of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Ulni Pain Balon ro by Itdru r LANCASTER Your sheriff Mr Sam Owens was hero Wednesday looking as natural as a 8100 bill Mrs R E McRoberta entertained a few friends In honor of Miss Bcssla Elkin of Louisville The Lexington Morning Democrat and the INTERIOR JOURNAL arc reflecting great credit on tbo Walton Dros Mr Rowan Saulloy camp over Tues day night to attend thu impromptu bop at the Simpson House which was an enjoyable affair Mrs R E McKobarU and Mlta Sal He Elkln attended tho mooting of the C W B M at Hustonville Mr and Mrs F P Frlsblo are in Cincinnati Col J W Miller went to Mt Vernon WednesdayHon D White spoke here on Monday forenoon and again Tuesday In behalf of tho prohibition ticket He told many truths and If morality and politics would mix that party would bo the strongest party of today Tho Shumann Concert Co of Chica go has been engaged by Messrs Her bert Klnnalrd and Ed Doty to appear at the opera house here Oct 20 They come highly endorsed and have some of the finest artists in the nation Hon R H Tomlinson Is announced to speak to a large democratic club and a gathering of tbo people generally at Sliver Creek Wednesday Oct 3d Ex tensive preparations arc being made and a democratic love feast is expected There was a fine display of splendid Cora at R E McRoberta store Monday for the gold prizes The judges were Mesfcrs J A Doty Luther Gibbs and Cal Nuvius T B Robinson and son Harry got first premium and Harrison Thurmond second The W C T U circulated a petition to the city council asking that an ex tra police force be put on to enforce the law on Battle Row and offered to help pay the expenses They also ask for an ordinance prohibiting tho sale ot cocaine except on prescription On Monday Policeman Jas Pierce arrested Bob Carrier for shooting In town and took charge of his pistol Ho was locked up and his trial was set for another day Jim Anderson colored cut Ben Gwinn another Negro in the throat No trial has been held On Monday evening Mr Hugh 1I Smith age 48 died after a lingering Illness of heart troubleFuneral services were conducted Wednesday at the Bap tlst church by Dr J L McKee and many frlenda and relatives followed tho remains to Lancaster cemetery for burial Deceased wasa worthy citizen having fixed convictions on all public questions A widow and two nblldren survive him I did not have the pleasure of bearing the debate here Monday between Peake and Wilson but from reports I take It that your notice In last issue was fair and impartial Rumors have It that Wilson was conciliatory as If making excuses for mistakes while Peake was pronounced and positive in his denunciation of imperialism trusts and the doctrines and practices of the republican party- Wednesday night Mr E O Single ton brother of your school superinten dent and Miss Lucille Pennlngton both of your county drove here and stopped at tbo Simpson bouse It was reported that a wedding was on band and In order to evade the crowd of spectators they went to the residence of Dr Wesley a friend of the groom where they were made husband and wife Eld A R Moore officiating Auctioneer Am Bourne reports the following regarding county court A very largo crowd In town about 300 cattle on the market a few telling at 3 to 31 Bourne Bros sold 11 good yearlings at 4o Plug horses sold at 113 to 40 about 250 mule colts on the market 200 selling at 820 to 50 aged mules brought 50 to 150 Master Commissioner J W Miller sold a house and lot for 214 Mrs Annie Sin gleton bought the place where she now resides on Lexington avenue for iDOO CURED OF CHRONJ DIARRHOEA AFTER 30Y EARS OFSUlFEHDiG I suffered for 30 years with diarrhoea and thought I was pnst being eared says John S Halloway of French ramp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered to much that I hail given up all hopes of recovery I was so feeble from tho effects of tho diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor could not even travel but by accident Iwas permitted to find a bottle of Chamber loins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea rem edy and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble Iom so pleased with the result that jam anx lOlls that it be in reach of all who suffer as I have For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists Stanford Ky +Rev William May Perryvllle 01 has 12 children living 50 grandchil dren 13 great gratdchlldren and six great great grandchlldron Ho has been married three times What most people want l something mild and gentle when In need of a phys io Ohambftrlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in eflect For jIb rCraig A HobkevDruggUtiK THE HIRED MAN Takes A Moment Off To Send A Few Lines LEXINGTON Sept 20Slcco matters bava sot to running a little more smoothly I am becoming somewhat reconciled to what I must confess was a foolish move After years In the newspaper business it was time for ma to seek an aaaler berth Instead of as suming graver dutloe but fools rush In where angola such as Clarence Woods fear to trcild and thats why I am In this snap and writing this at tbo rol ewe hour of midnight Instead of slop- Ing the sleep of the just Tberny ui Is my pathway at present I occasionally run across a strip lined with roaesand for the nonce forget tbo Ills that lloth Is heir to The olllco force Is congen ial the directors are patient and long suffering and the head of the society column Mrs Mary Bradley Railey one of the brightest ana moot charm Ing little widows that one could find In a weeks hunt io this city famed for its cultivated and beautiful women Her department is a feature of the Morning Democrat and lays all other efforts In the same direction hero iq tbo shade Everybody I have met welcomes and encourages me and It I was not so fully conscious of my own shortcomings I might soon have to get a larger hat than I have been accustomed to wear ingLexington Is a great place There Is always something here to attract and Interest and politics of a peculiarly torrid variety Is always on tap Each side watches the other like hawks and leave little opportunity for the other to get in crooked work If the politl clans here could be Induced to attempt such a thing which of course they can not A half dozen courts are al ways ID session hero and It Is a cold day In this hot spell when a murder trial or some sensational civil easels not being beard The court houso Is the pride of the city and county and Is a magnlQclent building with every convenience known to modern archi tecture It has lu own steam heat and electric plant and the offices are finely fitted and elegantly furnished Judge Baileys eyes would stand out an inch la wonder and admiration if be could step from his own miserable den to Judge Bullocks palatial quarters The building cost nearly 300000 but Fay ette county and Lexington get full benefit for the outlay in the advertisement it gives them Our esteemed contemporaries have acted very nicely toward me and the newspaper and have given both highly appreciated notices besides offering to help us In any way The Brecklnridges have called and Editor Roberts has ex tended every courtesy Imaginable so you see I have friends even In the cue my But I forget that I am now a hired man and must try to earn my ell pend therefore I bid you goodnight and hope that each of you before getting in your little bed remembered and complied with my earnest request to pray for me W P W HE OWES HIS LIFE TO THE FORE THOUGHT OF A COMPANION While on a camping trip in Webster county Mr SI Stump of Xormantown W Va had a severe attack of bloody flux lIe says firmly believe that owe my life to the forethought of one of the company who had taken along a bottle of I hamberlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy Moral Procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving home It cannot be obtained when on a hunting fishing or prospecting rip Neither cat it be obtained while on board the cars or steamship and at such times and places It is most likely to be needed Tho safe- way Is to have it with you Thousands of favelers never leave home on a jour ney without it For sale by Craig A Mocker Druggist Stanfo d Ivy The Morning Democrat the new Lexington dally with W P Walton aseditor In chief has made Its appear ance and Is fully up to expectation Tbo Democrat typographically looks very much like tbo other Lexington papers but there the resemblance ceases In its treatment of political subjects the now paper will hew to the line laid down by the democratic party In that respect particular it dif fers from Its local contemporaries and has a field of its own Under Mr Wal tons direction It should be u success Advocate VOLOAHI3 ERUFTIOIIS Are grand but Skin Eruptions roll life of jot Huckliui Arolcn Salve cures tb m iltd Old fling and ttrcr Sort Ulcvn Doll Ktlotx CurD ChaPillanhout lainandtrhes Only SS tli a box Cu ru guaranteed Sold tiv Ienry Druggist The Abbott owned by C J Hamllp and driven by Geers trotted a mile at Torre Haute Ind in 203 breaking the worlds record STATE or Onto CITY or TOLEDO I JIniKxJ he It sent r dohsbulntainthSCityaforesaid and that Mid ann will pay the turn uf OSEIIUNIMKU 1MILUAUS fir e en and every ca oCCATAaaalhatcanoutbecured by the ue of HALII CATABUI Crux nUNKJ CIIEXEV IreaearethlA ttLE1O- fAt Notary 1tibllc lIall Catarrh Curls taken tnlcroallr and acts directly un lb blood md tancous ntr ateiof- the system Send for iwtlmonliU free OSuMc Wben In Danvil1 j Call on us and Sou The Largest and Best Line oi Clothing Furnishings 1 And Shoes lt In Central Kentucky IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back if your not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohmnn A Co NEW SHOES The Euell Poe the Forward Bootee tho Hooker Bootee l New Shoes For Ladies Blabk Tan and Paeat Leather Childrens Shoes of all kinds School ShotstUnderwear Drcsi Goods Ladies Cl nks Meua Boys and Chtdrens Clothir carpets and IattD and everything in Groc- eriesJAMES FRYE f Hustonville Kyrt Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig locker Stanford aN-A z C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDBRrtSTANFORD I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for jiwhom I have builded duringthe 15 years have been in business here I a full stock of Doors Sash DressedLumberI will duplicate any prices offered ee c Clothing llnd flats- At Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance To Get Bargains In The Above Lines I Geo H Parris COi THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KYwThis is now the mOst 1IIto date tlallerv in Central Kentucky been r i m coolly equipped with the marvelous AiujtiKunt Lenses the now discovery in optic science 1 to any to tie Ladies that T THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very j latest Designs it jVlouldirjgs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to ho seen to be approcimpd Suit ile fill framing from the MwpleU photograph to the must palntiDn Among the lot is tlio New French Fleur De uiouMinsa specially for nuiutk Embroidered Mats French Water Colors that hdulro s dainty frame lIben In Oaovllle call and see US loll het our prin- Wlllba Y eou money I Thl r iltratS tiueh4Ptu THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY rSEit 28 1900 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUG maw combined with care skill and accuracy insure good results No other methods aro over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS M II COLLINS of Jolllco was here WednesdayS made a business trip to Monllccllo this week BllYAX little son of James T Jones It threatened with fever Miss HAIDIU DUFF of Glasgow Is with the Misses Menofce MRS U It CAMNITZ of Hustonvlllo Is with Mrs G B Cooper W CiBUArio KABTLANO Is taking in the carnival In Louisville Miss LICCIK BEAZLKY Is In the Uies buying millinery goods JAMES MiLiiiitS has engaged as mil Icr at Minors mill ni Lancaster i liON AND Mils LETOIIKlt OW3LBY of Lancaster wore hero yeltorllayI Miss LAfiiA JARHOB of Lebanon Is back at Miss Llcaio Bentleys millinery store His friend are glad to see J nI Bush who has had typhoid fever outI again Mus E B STOVUli U ntlll very lowI but her doctor think she Is holding her own Missus NETTIE AND FLOKMNCB BECK are visiting Miss Eliza Harmon la Boyle Mus H R MILLS of Dell has been visiting her parents Mr and Mr J H Bright Mil J H HIATT and handsome daughter Mlles Annie were in Louis rUle a few days ago Mils MATILDA DAVIESS Is back from LeRoy III where she went to visit Mrs Kate Duddorar REtr W E AIINOLD arrived this morning and will preach at the Meth oust church Sunday IT U now Mine Host C B Knglcman he having taken charge of the Datson House at Paint Lick Miss DORA STUADU Is back from the cities where she bought largely t millinery of tbo latest styles MESDAUKS JAMKS BCRNBIDE and C S Hallow ol Garranl spent yc tor day with Mr G A MoIloborU J W LocKltluai and wife of Hut lonvlllo wore registered at the WIN lard Hotel Louisville WldncatMRS O F Astulotlu and daughter Mlu Emma of Peoria III are visiting Mr Battle lUrnetto and other rala sires A DAVUHTHR has blessed the union of Mr and Mr R B Burnall of Dos ton The mother was Miss Dollle Wit llama wellknown here COL JOHN W MHLHH of Lancas ter wits here Tuerday to moot his wife who has been visiting bar daughter Mrs It E HurtaM In Louisville MR W B MoUOUHRTS wontto Lex ington Wednesday to treat a drummer aed buy Christmas goods Ills daugh ter Miss Mary accompanied him MR AND MRS J B CARTER tot Car tcravllle came bore Tuesday to take the train for Louisville They woro worried to find that the passenger was j 10 hours late MR A F HiRSOH of the firm of Millar Hirsch the Danville Globo people paid us a call Wadnowlay We get splendid returns from our adverb tliement In your paper and roa1lM that tbo money wo spend with you Is put to i a good purpose ItBald he You can tell your thousands of readers that we have the biggest stock of clothing and f jrni blngs ever brought to Danvlllo e be added LOCALS FUBSll oysters J U Meir j THE host on earths a Ilanan shoe J P Jones KHK of Rood brick ready to toll W C Greening Ilustonvlllo t Go to G II Ferris k Coand save mosey on your heating stoves WE have several varieties of nice teed wheat for sale J II Baughman Co TWO Disc drills ono with and onoI without fertilizer Will sell at cost W A Carton IN ladles and gents foOtwear wo carry those makes known to bo tbe 1bellt J P Jones A LIGHT rain toll yesterday evening and night Tho cloud aro heavy this morning and more is expected today WE send out as a supplement today Hon William J Bryans letter of ac ceptance and his antitrust speech made at St Lout Read both WONDEK how Mr Yerkes speech delivered at Manchester yesterday would compare with those made in oth er parts of tbo State where there are democratic papers and democrats aro moro numerous Wonder too If ho didnt answer ono of our questions con cerning pardons for certain peoplo if he le elected TUB Annual Convention of tho Chris tian Womans Board of Missions for this district met at Hustonvillo Wed nesday oyenlng when a largo crowd was present and an interesting program carried out A large number of Stanford peoplo attended yesterday and they are loud In their praise of the Interesting meeting as well aj the hos pitable reception they woro given Tho convention adjourned yesterday after noon after votlngLancaster the next place of meeting t WEDDING presents at Hamiltons A DAlN Mill salecheap G II Farrls ft Co BUY Higgles McKinnoya plow and Superior grain drill WE are headquarters fo coal hay corn oats and all kinds of feed J H Baughman it Co ALWAYS reliable Kelglcr Shoes in all tho new fall styles and leathers at Severance Son IIItWE have plenty of all grades of coal at high prices buy before It goes higher J II Baughraan Co Tim L atlcreqafl rato to Cincinnati Sunday over the K C which leaves hero at 210 A M THE woven wlruand plokett fence Is tho most economical fence on the mar ket Oak pickets Call and see them A 0 Sloe e DONT fall to hear Hon Frank Burke of Indiana at the court house Thursday next The hour of speaking will bo announced In Tuesdays Issue SIEAICISO A Buchanan aodI Park Anderson will speak at Iloldame mill Saturday night Sept 29th A demoI ocratic club will be IIp klnJILoot Ilunu failed to closeout to far wo have replenished our Stocks of Hardware GrooarlosQueeoe ware Ae and arc still in tho light Como and see us Warren Shanks Tile way tho members of tho demo cratic club are working the nombcr ship will be welled several hundred at the courthouse tonight There will bo ono or more good speakers on hand IF Enigma who aunt us a good letter from Mlddloburg for this Issue will send us his name not for publica tion but as evidence of good faith we will gladly print his letters otherwise we must decline A DEMOCRATIC club of 2Codd mem hors was organized at McCormacki schoolhouse Tuesday night after Rood speeches by Harvey Helm and W S Burch George L Carter was made president and T JIII Jr secretary THE democrats of Uustonvllle made wise selections when they elected Messrs Samuel Reid and Joshua D SWOIHJ president and secretary rc specllvoly of their club Both are true blue cud II moo pure In the cause A UBMOCKATIO club will be organiz at Mollnney tomorrow Saturday speechesiLo and hoar the spooobos and you wilt Jin koonw or later TUB Jury in the rdcase returned lu verdict of death at Frankfort at lOoalook Wednesday morning and l5 minutes later the INTJSIUOR JouitNALs bulletin about It was being read by 6vre of people We are horn to give the news and are going to give it no matter what file exp neo Is AT Mf RNoNttproxr John W Ytrkos will speak at Ml Vernon tomorrow afternoon If ho will post pane hs speech until that evening Hon Letoher Owsloy who has un ap pointment there will divide time with him and make U Interesting for the kid glove gentleman from Boyle NorTCBSDA passenger No 24 duo here at 113 A M did not arrive until 10 I1 M It was laid out beyond Barbourvlllo by freight wreck and thod lay of 10 hours unused a realI many INTBIUOK JOUUNALS to fall to reach their destination on time Five cars were ditched but nobody ras hurtI in the wreck HOLJD CRLEUnATRDTic Jews hero celebrated their New Year Moo day and Tuesday when services were held at the home of Morris Fred by the Rev Poeznor of Cincinnati whom they have engaged as their pastor All ot their stores wore closed on those days and the entire two days wero glv on to worship The following took put Joseph Glnsburg and family Jacob GInsburg and family Norris Fred and family N Gold and family P H Davis and family J BIckotT and fami ly R Robinson D Levin 8 Salo wansky Philip user and Abe Pot ledge Next Tuesday night atonement services will begin and continue till sundown Wednesday evening during which their stores will be closed and the entire time spent in fasting und praying After sundown Wednesday evening jubilee will follow KILLED TRAzMM W Penn a merchant at Rolling shot and instant lv killed J L Whitlock also of that place on train No 25 near Lebanon Tuesday morning The men had been at outs for a long time and It Is said that Penn who bad been to Louisville moved to another coach when he saw Whitlock got on tho train at Lebanon Whitlock followed hlmtnaklng threats Finally Ponn went into the baggage car and WhItlock pursued him Penn then opened lire with a revolver on Whltlook shooting from tho baggage car and following through the colored smoker and gentlemans car and Whit lock fell dead In the ladles coach with three bullet boles In his body ono piercing his heart J W Strange a freight conductor of Lebanon Juno tion received a painful wound In the lei by a stray bullet The train back od to Lebanon and tho dead man was taken to an undertakers establish mont and Ponn was lodged In jail Nearly two your ago Wbltlock shot Penn from ambush Inflicting a serious wound Mrs Martha Severance and sons Albert H and Sam Walton Severance of this platy were on tbe train and saw A portion ot the trouble e WINDOW glass of all sizes at Craig t Uockcrs it I AOENTS for all daily newspapers Wearcn Bros oINEW and beautiful neckwear at Cum mine McClarysII Now is a good tlmo to have that pic turo made Miss Sacray FALL lino of saddles Call and see them G U Farrls CoItATTEND tbo democratic club meet ing at tbo courthouso tonight CALL on Rlgglns McKlnnoy for heating stoves coal hods grates cII HAAS Hog Cholera remedy will save your sick hogs Get It at 1ennya Drug Store It WE have a few feltand trim med hats we will close out at a sacrl tine J P JonesItNEW French Flannels In stripe polka dot and Persian designs at 76o Severance Sorts AuitAiiAU LINCOLN LANAIIAN now carries the mall to and from ICings vllle Ike Elliott was not sworn In for some cause and Carrier Brummltt got tho above gentleman to take the con tract off of his hands TO THE LADIH9 Miss Laura Jarboe who is with mo again has just spent two weeks In a millinery workroom In Cincinnati and is thoroughly conver ant with the Fall and Winter IItyleI Call in In a few days and see tome of her work Miss Llcclo Beazloy CuniOSiTY Mr CSmith of Casey was hero yesterday with a curiosity In the shape of a pig which has two distinct bodies and only ono head lie got It from Capt A H Evans of Rockcastle and hopes to sell it for a small fortune Mr Smith will show his wonder to you for the small sum of lOco KIDDS STORE CLvuMr W H Doll writes us that an enthusiastic dem ocratic club of 65 members has been organized at Kldds Store Casey county and tbat lIon George E Stone oft Liberty will address It lute Saturday afternoon Ho aleo writes that the club wants a speaker from Stanford to address It in the near future TIlE graded school question is a very popular one and there Is little doubt as to tho result of the election to bo held on the question Oct 0 A gentleman who very strongly espouses tho cause hands us a letter from Prof Edward Taylor superintendent of schools of Warren county In which bo says that within a year after graded schools were opened In Bowling Green a brisk demand grow up for houses and lots rent advanced building Increased real estate enhanced in value and popula tion began flowing in Men of property soon eiiw tbat they were richer with tbo schools than without them andI were surprised that tbo increase ofI taxes for graded schools was not more than 10 per cent of the Increase In the value of their property Litters on tho subject from gentlemen who live In other towns where there arc graded schools are of tho same nature If other planes derive so much benefit from such schools surely Stanford which wants nil the rood things that are going will and It Is safe to say that her citizens will vote yes on the proposi thin and that ore long her graded schools will rank with too best in tbo State CHURCH MATTERS Bid Jos Ballou will preach at the Christian cburoh Sunday morning and night Rev W E Arnold writes that be will be on hand to begin his work at the Methodist church Sunday morn log Rev W M Britt who was assigned to tho Epworth Methodist church at Lexington will move his family Monday During their stay hero Mr and Mrs Britt have made a great many friends who dislike to see them leave and who wish them God speed in their new field MATRIMONIAL There are 40 suits for divorce In the Hopklnsvllle circuit court now in ses lion Hiram Taylor and Miss Ottle Wheel don woro married at J W Wheeldons yesterdayJohn Manning and Miss LucInda Stormcs were married at the court house yesmrday by Rev R R Noel J P Cunningham of Burnaido and Miss Katherine Tuttlo the pretty daughter of Capt J W Tuttle of Monllccllo will be married Oct 18 J B Nichols Boyles popular county clerk and Miss Nannie Lisle School log one of Lebanons brightest and mostattractUo young ladles will be married Oct JOth at the Second Presbyterian church In Lebanon by Rev A S Mogen They will leave Immo dlately after the ceremony for a bridal trip to Now York City and other cast ors polnL8Advocato Mr E O Singleton of the McKln nor section and a brother of Supt Garland Singleton and Miss Lucllo Ponnln ton were married at tho real dence of Dr I S Wesley at Lancaster Wednesday night They immediately returned to the brides homo In the East End whore they will live and where wo hope and believe happiness will always attend them Tho groom Is a splendid young man Ho for years conducted a successful mercantile busi ness at Turneravllle where bo made both money and friends Hia bride a lovely young lady who Is popular hero and wherever she la known A Bryan and Beckham club was orb ganized at Lily the other night Every democrat In tho precinct joined M LAND STOCK CROPS AC- Pair good aged mare mules for sale Mark HardIn StanfordItG A Swlnebroad sold to B F Hud ton 30 yearlings at 27 Don Victor Ballou has rented the H S Withers farm for next year John F Holtzclaw sold to Rev H B Cockrill 431 acres of land at 150- J Len Shannon took two premiums on his fine bay mare at the London fairFox McDowell sold to Thomas D Chcnault Jr of Madison 05 feeders 1050 average at 4 CO Advocate C M Jones U delivering to J HI Baughmau ft Co his crop of 1400 bushels of wheat ho sold some time ago 63cThe Pale of Mrs Karollno Salousky near Ottenhelm which was advertised for Tuesday was postponed Indefinitely notwithstanding a good crowd was presentW Grlflltb of Paris bought of J- M Blgstafl 350 1600 pound cattle at 400 to OJc and of J T Highland Son also of Montgomery county 100 1376 poundora at 4 00 The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed ore Association at Lexington R P Stoll president and H W Wilson secretary has our thanks for a comp mentary and a handsomely engraved Invitation to its annual meeting which begins Tuesday next and continues tillr tho 13th Two Lincoln county horses will start at the great trotting meeting at Lexington which begins Tuesday They are Pantheon B In tho hands of McAllister Broa Moreland and M S Baughmana green Naboth pacer that hay gone miles In 212 Both ought to get money On the first day of the great Lexington trots Oct 2d the 810000 Futurity the best colt race In the world and the 18000 Tennessee stake for pacers will be among the races Connor 2031 Bonnie Direct 2031 Hattie G 205J John Agan 2051 Fanny Dillard 2061 the Admiral 2071 Colbert 2071 Ma Jar Muscovite 207 Will Leyburn 2031 and Sidney Pointer 2031 will start It will bo six Kentucky pacers against six from tho rest of the country and what a race It will be IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Bowling died at London from the effects of a bug bite Mrs Emily Grider a wellknown lady died at Liberty Sunday Finer Harvey has been appointed postmaster at Falrplay Adair county J B Robinson has been appointed postmaster at Buena Vista In Garrard Judge Robert Boyd of London was seriously hurt by falling down a stair wayJohn Rowe of AdaIr killed 200 squirrels in two n ha hunts last weekSam Eagle while claiming a well in Clinton county was overcome by gas and died There aro four murders on the dock ol of the Clinton circuit court which begins at Albany Monday Sam Gaines was shot and killed by Jack Watklna over a girl at East Bern tladt Watkins surrendered Tho Perryvllle council passed au ordinance prohibiting tho throwing or catching of a ball on the streets Excitement was caucd at Albany by reports that a mob was forming to lynch Bill Orlok and Travis Brown alleged murderers but the mob failed to show up Tile State election commissioners have appointee tho following board In Boyle J U Baughman W C Sur ber democrats N K Tunis republi can In Madlspn the board Is J B Gnonault J P Simmons democrats and Waller Bennett republican- In the annual election of officers by the Centre College Athletic Associa tion Benjamin S Washer of Louis ville was elected president Klndrlck Alcorn of Stanford vice president W W Eosmlnger of Princeton sec rotary and E W Cook of Danville treasurer Washer will also manage the football team Jessamine county claims the oldest person in the State Millie Baker an old oxslave who lives near Plnlcord about six miles west of NIcholasvlllc has the honor of being that person She was purchased by the Overstreet estate from the Cecil family of Garrard county 83 years ago The records show that she was over 20 years of age at that time She has 39 grandchildren living and 31 dead 103 great grandchildren living and CO dead 20 great great grandchildren living and three dead She has bad 14 children six of whom are still living This makes ber total progeny 230 Aunt Millie as she Is commonly called Is blind but her mind is as clear as ever THIS AND THAT Memphis population is 102320 an Increase of 63 Co per cent Coroner McCullough who killed George Owen in Louisville was given ball in 810000 Lightning struck a brick kiln at Ed wardsvllle III burying five won un der tons of brick At Taylorsvlllo Joe Houghlin was stabbed and probably fatally Injured by Will Hardesty George C Thompson of Paducab was elected president of tbo Kentucky Bankers Association The Woodford Sun says that when Col Craddock of Paris attended the National Congress of Mothers a speak er asked that every mother In the house stand up when the preoccupied colonel was tho first person to tako the floor throwing tho feminine audience into hysterics One fare roundtrip to Lexington via Southern Railway account Lexington trots greatest harness racing in tbeI South Tickets on sale Octi 1 to 13 1 elusive good to return uutll Oct 15 Southern Railway has three dally trains between Loularllle and Lexington Halt rates to Louisville and return On Oct 1 and 2 Southern Railway will sell roundtrip tickets from all stations In Kentucky to Louisville at one fare good tp return until Oct 8 For furtb agentsReduced rates via Southern Railway to Louisville on account of the Elks Fair Sept 17th to 20th The Southern Railway offers best service to Louisville from nil stations In Kentucky and reduced rates as follows One tare for the round trip Sept 17 10 22 26 and 20 tickets Rood to returu one day after date of sale For further particulars Inquire of nearest agent of Southern Uallwn S T Swift Passenger Agent Lexington Ky Wm II Toyloe Asst GenJ Pass Agent Louisville Ky POSTED The person whoso names appear below anykinemid will prosacute to tile full extent of the law any who violate IlauglmnnDr LKND FOR SALE For sale a Tract of Land containing SS acres two mllo srom on Luucas ter Ituih Ilrnnch Turnpike being Ii part grassIleshull right now Terms easv J H OWSLEV Stanford Ky MULES AND HORSLS FOR SALE I have S3 cotton mules also four horses ready to teed and want to sell thorn In the next 15 days so to buy mule colts I ul to have it carload of fertilizer nt Morcland und as It U In the way of n barber slop I will sell It below my regular price It partita baying will take It at once D B In Morelaod Ky Public Sale of Fine Farm As agents we will sell to the highest bid der On Saturday Octobor 6th 1900 On the premise The Farm of 368 Acros Of splendid i luo grass land belonging to the heirs of the late Adam Carotntor The farm lies on the edge of Casey county about 5 miles south of Iluatonvllle and ov ry acre U forth and tillable On It near the cen ter of the place U a largo twostory frame dwelling containing fight rooms and two hallo PoubloMory porch la front und on ell large stock baru near the house and all necessary out buildings There aro two large tobacco born conveniently located that will house nbout 20 acres one third of the farm Is well tut In grass the balance In wheat Bud corn thin year Watur Is abundant everywhere s splendid orchard of selected fruit It can be t o divided uv to hove a good tenement house on one the mansion on tho other Turtle wishing to examine It will bo shown over It by the who live upon It Seeding- privilege now ful1ll081085100 Jan I 1001 Terms very reasonable will be mode known on day of sale Sale promptly at 10 oclock J W IIOClCI tEDV ALGUUN Agents Ilustonvllle Ky NEW LIVERY STABLES W RUBE lSN rrm JUNCTION CITY KYj FirstClass Turnout nt Heasonablo llate Special Attention to Traveling Men Grulu and play Ior Sale Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will pay top market price cash for them and also Wool Feathers Ac II DAVIS PUBLIC SALE OF 50 Head Of Shorthorns AND Doubts Standard Polkd Bnrhn Cattle AT FOX w L03AITS SALE BAlm Danville Ky Oct 5th We will tell our entire herd Including our herd bull Tlpiwcanoe 4th Our herd coui rlira such well known aiullle II Scotch Top Hose Sharon Young Mary Ihjttltn JuK hlne CiDDondle and the pure Kite family ofimzt Ior Indlrld ual merit and breeding toll ranks terond to noDe In the Lbuih a we hive inarnl no plns uloenaln collecting It We otter to breeders a rare oppoitunltjr to secure young thrift animals of te W will otter no old or barren animal Write for catalogue gal gin at BfColCOAL 1SALTr byOtof the best coal also salt and I will sell It to merchants by wagon load ut a er small margin Will continue to pay the highest price Ilokory Spokes Sta VII ond pricesIDONT FAIT TO GO TO JOHN J ALLENS SALE non Saturday Sept 29 1900 You will find liargaln lu Stock Crops Im plemciits Fine Tobacco c MUSIC LeSSONS By un experienced lady music teacher 820 pur term of five months 2 hour lessons per week Call nt Mrs Straubs To Sell FarmsY- ou want to drop an odver tUemont In the best mountain newspaper which la the Soirjerset JoUrrjal Two Inches one month for 81 la advance F J CUupacxu Manager Somerset Ky Hr r4 ll 4 jl 1 Je A ALLEN Si COiContractors And 113uiilders STANFORD KY Have now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Ilna Flooring Ceiling floors Sash Blinds and all kinds of Dressed and Itotigh Lumber Shingles and Steel IlooiUr JJQ eutt IoiU kc We make estimate on anyklud of work wiuted Office oppo ito DrLIi Cooks THE UPEROR GRAIN DRILLS e Are Still In The Lead Buy it and you will make no mistake Also the Miami Valley Fertilizer We have been using this for several yeats with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY o ULTRl f o The Acme of Perfection in Ladies HighGrade Up To Date Footwear r 1f Wear Better and e v HOLD Their SHAPE Better than any other Ladies Shoe Many Styles r But One Price 550 To ALL H J M91S 0 B1EMTS tm w t 5 tlYour Fan Buying I Zti Should be knocked oil to us as we have without doubt I Made the Best Bid I 1 t 1For your trade of any house in this eecfon 1st We show you ar iand varied stock of Dry Goods JCutiohS and Shoes 2d We fej a I shave been studying your wants for 16 years and have searched the J t11besl and lowest priced markets to get them 3rdsWe use no schemes ft to your trade but show you the goods as advertised 4th We m 1give you the very x LOWEST PRICES I f figllargo1 f1us show you our goods vK I 3 SEVERANCE S BOMBtt Opposite Court House fi Bffi liWl r r t3 JL r i OUR LATEST A IVALSd Below we name some now things last tined for the Frill trade that ie pronounc i ed all right in style III lit uul prei t Shirt Waist Goaas Embroidered ChalliesrFancy Silks- Mercerized a Sateens Dress Hoods Broad Cloths Zibaline Homespuns Whip Cords Chenille Crepons L idicb Iaiejt Kid shoes Fancy Hosiery now Percales Long Cloth Flannelettes and Outings We handle no imitations Our goods are the beat and prices reasonable JOHN P JONES Stanford Stanford Female CollegerSTANFORD KY trf Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 s Thorough courses in Literature SciencetiMusic Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIES SAUFLEY Pret rl K INTERIOR JOURNAL ANFORD KY SEPT 2S 1900 W1 WALTON EMOC BTIC TICKET For- WILLI4M fresiiltnt- t JENNINGS RRYAR- OAVbratfa For 1tPre ident ADLA1 E STEVENSON Offllinoii For Governor J C BECKIIAM- OJMlton For Congreti GEORGE G GILBERT OfSIielby SIX PAGES Tnt opposition organa assert thn hero are a large number of democrat jo nauseated by tho partys action tbt they will vote tim republican ticket We have clvpn no credence to tbe tatemcnts of t o papers as to num bert since tbej began to report tbo speaktnpiif there be such a body of democrats even if Itonly Includes one man tbe INTERIOI JOURNAL would like to ilve him a kindly word admonition before be wtkea this step and If be will oDly give a patient hearing he will bo con vinccd that such action on his part willi be jumping out of u cold frying pan Into a red hot Ore If there 18 any reason why a democrat should desert his part toowk it ia beyond our comprehension fiGin the contrary this Is the least pro pltlous of all times for suco a step He should support it now for plain busl new reasons If for no other At teas nIoetyniDQ one hundretbs and posilblj I more of the property in the State belong to democrats Largo business In Umtlons of every kind are controlled Vy their ohelf owners It would be an anomaly for the majority holders ol Mpckiq one of these concerns to turn fMBrtho management of its affaire to tbe minority and the eame principle thcIfoot tho blue should by all means have the say in their creation The recent developments at Frankfort show thc I consequence of violating this plain I rule More ver all the charges made Rffafnet tbo democratic party may for thrfeake of argument bo admitted as trues and still It remains a fact that for every such shortcoming the re publican party ia guilty of a corroj ondlDg and greater wrong It Is said I that Taylor was robbed of bis office It thitbe true be was tho loelcal candl t ql date of tho republican party for the- uouinatIonbuthe was robbed of that fIby them It is also said that the demo- S f cratlc party on account of the allowed i Taylor robbery is a party of grand 18 larceny The same course of reasoning lwilt make the republican party respon lble for Goebeltf murder and conse quently the party of assassination When It comes to tho choice of two evil assuredly the lessor should bo chosen There Is also a charge that Beokham was Goebcla friend ODd that Goebels friends are his friend and inaWJf elected Gcebellsm will be per j potuIted in him It is likewise true r andrthat ha stands upon platform cndors isg Taylorsactious that one of those actions a grand jury of 12 men tried Vnd trub have said on tholr oaths is f4s lic lnBtlon that Taylor Is a fugitive from justice and on the evidence against him two of his associates have been convicted and others soon will be that one of the Issues of this campaign iawhetber or not those vllllans are on tltled to executive clemency which j Question Mr Yerke3 has evaded tho his fellow stumper have answered I- t4o the affirmative without denial from mica So If Mr Yerkes is elected veI y nay expect by the same course of rea eonlog the perpetuation of Taylorlsm In him Scan Goebels life with a m1 oroecope from Its humble beginning to iU tragic end and admit as true every fibargo that has been made against him llfen look at Taylor career through tasg darkly and say on your con Science whether you prefer Taylorlsm to Goobollsm Dut it is claimed that Mr Yerkes is a gentleman of many and Tviuied accomplishments which is true but it Is also true that Mr Beckbam Is i Ibis peer in every particular It Is r further charged that Mr Beckbam Is a v young man Mr Yerkes so far has stood 1 the lashing Incident to a political cjni fPlKn with the fortitude of a veteran we dare say that be will lose bier temper if it be said that be Is an old ji man If It be true that tbo aforesaid body of democrats Is composed of as isIpublican ticket as a remedy for his nausea after considering these reflec lone H wilt surely be for the reason that he Is a believer In the homeopath ic dogma that like cures like I TnEIt will be no bolting In the 6th M district as far as the defeated candl U iates for Congress are concerned Sev 1eral days ago Col Berry wired demo 1iratlo headquarters that ho was ready to take the stump for Bryan and Beck t fam and now Joseph L Rhinook comes t ut a card urging all demorats to cupport not only the National and State tickets but D Lion Goocb his sue j ceesful opponent for Congress In par Jtlcular Why cnnt the disappointed candidates In the Seventh take a few DadJetJntbetlrtly filled r m it tf WE do not know that anybody was especially solicitous about the atwlnd cd turncoat Judge Yost who had been lost to sight and not to memory dear since ho laid hIs hand on his huge paunch at the Loulsvlllo republican convention mistaking It for his so called heart and ludicrously pledged himself to civil liberty and the part of assassination standing cheek bj jowl with that other arch traitor and political renegade and sellout Tallow Dick Knott He was wanted In Georgetown to testify for tbo assassins but he couldnt bo found leastwise ho wasnt there But be has been beard from at last Ho showed up at Greenville hh home and after declining to dlvidt time with Olllo James who character Ized him as a coward and a fit follower of Taylor though by his cfusal be showed that bo Is not entirely bereft of sense spoke his little piece on civil liberty and denounced the democratic party which had been his bread nnil butter and which was all right till be bad enjoyed the last oflce ho could goitrcm It Ho Is ono of the most dls gusting of those who have turned their backs on democracy and lopped squarely Into the camp of the enemy Hebai dug his own political grave Let hit be anathema maronatba And there are others THE demand of the democratic plat form which Is elaborated In Bryan letter of acceptance for a constitution al amendment providing for the election of UnJted States Senators by tbe people oughl to ba compiled with 1IS soon as possible As stated by Bryan the reasons for adopting the preson mode of election have long since pass cd away In the early days the Legle luturcs as a rule were composed of thi bet men in the State who selected the most competent material for this posl tlon but now It is the exception and not the rule to see a good man in tbe Legislature The few who go are germ erully forced to do so by their constituents The result Is that In most of tbo States the ofllce of Senator Is knockei down to the highest bidder nod tbe Senate is now popularly known as tbe Rich Mens Club And when the oWe isnt sold the jealousies of those com patent to flll It frequently result In tbeI selection of a blockhead A mode by which a nonentity like Deboe can be elevated to the position once occupied by Crlttenden and Clay ought by all means to be abolished TllE Cincinnati Commercial Tribune In a late Issue has a column editorial on tbe Negro problem wnlch makes no mention of Southern outrages Wo predicted at the time that the recent Northern outrages would be productive of good but this is far beyond our ex pectation as wo never hoped that this partisan sheet would quit lying about tho South A WHITER In tho New York Times shows conclusively that all of the his torical Instances cited by Teddy Roose veIL I his letter of acceptance In sup port of Imperialism art falsifications of history Being an historian him self Teddy should know that the object of history ia not to deceive but to tell tbo truth A REPCHLIOAX exchange complains that the democratic party has not a word of praise for the brave soldiers fighting In the Philippines The dem ocratic party has been so busy griev ing over the fate of the brave soldiers whose lives are unnecessarily exposed there It has had no time to praise Poon Old Charley Moore editor of the defunct Bluegrass Blade Is to be arraigned before the Federal court again Oct 2nd for sending indecent literature through the mails Why isnt this old crank sent to the asylum where be ought to be and the public given a much needed rest NOT only the trusts but the Federal treasury Is being raided to bolster up the waning republican cauce Under the disguise of a report the Philippine commission bus sent over by cable a lengthy campaign document at a cost of 3187 per word io the government IT Is dally becoming more apparent that the republicans were badly bun coed when they nominated Teddy Roosevelt for vice president Instead of being a 1Mnch gun as they sup posed at the time he has proven to bean ordinary popcracker THE czars friends In Paris are very Indignant because he has declined to visit the exposition If they will only remember the customary way of treat lug royalty In Paris they will surely excuse him for not attending Jouv K MCLEAN Is on his way from Europe to take a band and a halt In the Ohio campaign McKinley will now resume his front porch handshaking and Missionary Hanna will devote his entire time to the salvation of that be nighted region MARK HANNA has at last realized what a fool he acted when he said there are no trusts and undertakes to get out of It In the old fashioned way by saying that the newspapers quoted him Incor rectly Tut quantity of advertising obtain ed by Hanna on account of his efforts on the stump is sufficient to satisfy the most ambitious but the quality is not so desirable THE prohibition candidate for presi lent has recently fallen down a flight of stairs The cause of the fall Is not stated and we have no right to draw Inferences TilE battleship Kentucky is to be ant to Chinese waters When she gets there the pigtails will cease from troubling and give the missionaries a rest i ONE of the cardinal principles of a free government Is that every man shall bo permitted to worship God at ter the dictates of his own conscience In McKinley State of Ohio It seems that the people do not recognize this right A spirit of lawlessness seems to prevail and mobs get In their work on the smallest provocation Several times of late tho disciples of Dowtcthu irene of the Zion Catholic church havo been violently handled and Sunday at Mansfield two ciders were caught by a mob stripped to the skin and painted with the varnish used on smokestacks from head to foot They were then in a halt nude condition marched to pri son where by the applications of lard benzine and other matter they were partially relieved of their suits of var nish Had such an outrage occurred In tbo Soutb with the victims Negroes the Northern press could not have said mean enough things against the peo pIe It makes a great deal of differ enco where anything happens with these guardians of the Souths morality and whose ox Is gored LAWYER HORNBLOWER of Now York whoso nomination to the supreme bench by Cleveland was very properly rejected by the Senate thinks the prominence that the Joel don gives him is sufficient reason to make his views a matter or general In lariat and in a long letter says that the same reasons that compelled him to oppose Bryan in 1890 compel him to to oppose him now It Mr Hornblow cr wants to blow his horn wo suppose there is no law against him blowing his horn but such a horn blower ought to bo blowed IN christening his last book The Reign of Law James Lane Allen un intentionally borrowed the name of a book written by the Duke of Argyle 15 years ago for which reason Allens work has been published in England under the title of The Increasing Purpose This unintentional coinci denco has given to the first book of that name and its royal author a much need ed advertisement A PHYSICIAN now advances the theo ry that sitting with the right leg crossed over the left Is one of tho main causes of appendicitis as this position cramps and inflames the appendix ver miform This h good news for it will bj far less trouble to prevent this dread malady by reversing the position of the legs than to undertake to pick the sceds out of grapes and blackberries CAPT W J STONE hasnt gotten over his soreness yet and Chairman Mo Crcary should have given more time for his wounds to heal In answer to a letter from that gentleman asking him to speak at Benton he says I will heartily support Bryan and Stevenson but can not voto for Bcokham He should go to Indiana Dud speak with Vat Hardin DBWEYS descent from the pinnacle of fame has been as rapid as his rise To cap this climax cxboro Hobson now charges that he didnt sink Mon tejos host but that the Spaniards by scuttling sank their awn ships These two like our man Adam can attribute their down fall to woman for ono mar rId and the other kissed his fame ay TEXAS has been scourged with se rare wind and electrical storms over since the Galveston horror The late Philip Sheridans estimate of that State as an abiding place was not far from correct POLITICAL Bon Bourke Cockran will speak la Louisville Oct 2 P Wat HardIn will speak for Bryan md Stevenson In Indiana What has Kentucky done Hon Charles A Collier former may or of Atlanta was found lying In the yard of his residence with a bullet In hla breast His condition Is critical The board of registration at Baltl nero decided that Porto Ricans resld ng In that city were naturalized by nnexatlon und have the right to vote Judge Cantrlll has decided the JoodyTrlmble test case holding tbatI Mr Soutb Trimble is the democratic trainee for Congress In the Seventh distrIct The democrats of the House have greed on an election bill which It is believed will be acceptable to the Senate It provides for nonpartisan elec tloo boards wltb only ministerial furic ions except In the matter of question ed ballotsA from Central Demo ratio Club will call on County Attorney Morton V Joyes and request blmI to resign his ofllce because elected as a democrat he has declared for McKln ley Yerkes c Co Joves Is county at lOrney of JefferilonIO H Waddle of Somerset who has been leaning toward the republican arty for years has tendered his services to speak for Yerkes He has baH dozen good democratic brothers wbo should challenge him In debate and tell why Odolpbus Is sore Hon John W Kern democratic nom neo for governor of Indiana said hi a peech at Shelbyvllle that State that If ho Is elected Indiana will not be a ealtuy climate for W S Taylor If I were governor all fugitives from jus tlee democrats and republicans should be treated allkq I would obey all of tbe laws of the State and country he added Gov Roosevelt struck a rough crowd at Victor Col His spaecb was repent idly Interrupted arid when he and his party left the ball for his special train hey wore attacked by a mob of men and boys who pelted them with sticks tones stale eggs and decayed fruit und vegetables One man struck Gov Roosevelt with a stick but was knocked down by a member of the party 2 rJM Ladies Fine Donola Pat Tip Button Shoes 2 12 to 4 only 68c Worth 150 LadiesJackets Ladies Gapes ChildrensJackets Ladies Walking Hats Dress Goods First opening of Fall Dress Good Out early display of Ihe correct thing for FAll and Winter Is fully up to the standard ol former seasons 25 Pieces of new Flannelette from 7jc to 25c ler yard Misses Seamles Black Hose to 9 worth lOc sale price 6c Ladles Seamless Black hose only 5c Children Black or Tan Hose sols everywhere at lOc our price only 6c Misses Seamless Black fleece lined hose 15c quality our price only Oc Misses and Boys double knee extra heavy fleeced ribbed Hose oul15c Mens extra heavy gray Socks 8c Mens gray wool Socks 25c quality our price only 16c SEED WHEAT AND RYE I I linvo 1000 buthols of extra good seed wheat and 300 bnnhels of excellent rye for sale Call and nee It Trices roanounblo Sionms mm Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I Hiring disposed of my firm I wlU On Wednesday Oct 3rd Uwlnolnf st oiler It publIc salt on the premises near Jltdgerllle lay PERSONAL PROPERTY n lstlnof I herdof IS or 50 SVorthora ttte headed by a line twoye rold Slmtbern bull some iu1e hngs ftrmlnj linpltmmU two was ons household nd kitchen furniture Ac A tot of Ilyiuauth llack thIcken Dinner strrrd to all cwutrs TerMs known on day of sale I M Dunn Ane b H fcAOKtt DauTtlI y PUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY OCT 16 I9OO At 10 oclock wo will on the premises ot- A E and n n Lngun the following iiroiwrty 600 AOBES OF PINE LAUD IN DOYLE County threo miles from Danville Ky Thls ono of this tlnoit farms lit Kentucky is In condition to raise hemp tobacco or any other crop It huts been In grail for a number of years and has more good fencing ou It than any farm its IIlu In tho State and Nnusceptlbleof dlvllon Will also toll 14 One grade cows and heifers horses mule thoroughbred mar and colts farming Im plements buggy and other Items too numer ous to mention Will also sell 10 shares of stock In the Hustonvillu National Hank and two shares In the Danville sow ono share In the New Kentucky Central Fair Call on or address D K Logan or A E Hundley Danville or M H Walters Veachdnle Ky ExecuioN T D English auctioneer Kentuckys Great Trots- UEXINGTON October 2 to 13 1900 75000 in Stakes And Purses The Worlds Best Race Meeting 16000 Futurity Tuesday Oct 2 5000 Transylvania Thursday Oct 5000 Futurity 2yrold Wednesday Oct 3 3000 Tennessee Tuesday Oct 2 3000 Walnut Hall Cup Monday Oct 8 3000 Ashland Monday Oct 8 Rig Stakes Dally All the Crack Horses Dally Concerts by Webers Famous Hand Half Rates on nil railroads It r STOLL Pro nW WILSON Secy 1 GOODS I IN ABUNDANCE The First Fall Showing AtT- heLouisville StoreTru- lywonderful is the Looms Wirnnl Art Never wns there n truer ring to any explanation This season patterns show out with splendid effect fresh bright mil original designs nil admirable coinbiuntion of beauty anti utility This week vo lift the curtains on n stack of Dry Goods Clothing Slices Ladies and Goats Furnishing Goods Latest designs in Ladies Huts Capes Cloaks mitt laekcts that iiuy merchant in the world might well Iw proud of For many weeks past our buynrs have been kept busy in New York select ing these goods nnd everyumtUty that you will find hero this week has pass ed the critical inspection winch entitles it to our personal guarantee for du mbilih nod satisfaction Woo have had groat stocks before but none so beautiful so trustworthy anti so complete ns tho ono that is now awaiting your inspection Wo invite you now to call nnd inspect our stock whether you purchase or Tliis Hat is n felt crown with stitched brim polka dot fbldcdsatccu band cornea in pearl royal brown and carnal Tailor Made Dress Skirts This is one Department in which we are particularly wellfixed Theyare nil new Skirts ol fnstlonablp antI ranging in pi ice from uSe to fll- A big Jlne erf reidyinado Wrappers at prices that suit all Public Sale Of Land Ai UlasehIla Fr Ut1JJ a As agent for flue heirs of Jane F Bus soil decd I will on- SATURDAY SEPT 20 IOOC At tho late residence of decedent about 53 ratios Wo t of Huitonvllle Kv soft at pub lie auction to tho highest bidder tlio farm of decedent containing about 85 Acros Of Land iltuntcd on the Carpenter1 Station and Moreland turnpike rond Also n trait of 43 Am 01 Tlsrtsred Lasi within about one mile of tile farm Tte farm will Urtt ho ofTerud in two cole and then as a vrtiolo and tho Iwt bid or bid I In the aggregate will be accepted Ono oontuln about 80 nero lug the dwelling house u tvrostorv trntno building tho other contain about 5 uarei and Includes a cottage of I or rooms I wilt also at the same thee toll a lot of household f6rnliuroT- EIUIS Tho Uucli will be Hold for one third cash remainder payable In 12 nnd IS mouths with Interest from date nnd n lien retained to secure payment Tho twrttonsl ty will be told for cab Solo will begin promptly at 10 oclock EUtVAHU ALCOKN Agent TWO FARMS FOR SALES hiving olrdled to chaofrmy rotation I will II pilvstely mjr lane on whlcu lire 34 of a lotte from Crab Orcbanl Ky Thl film U line laud lu cool itate ol cultlTatloa Ibu acre 01 rlvtr butioui und that It Una INrU ao l meadow land balance 80 arm U upland aol well adapted to corn wheat blue graat ant all other crops A brick dwelling of rooms nod collar a well of splendid imttona water al tbe door two tenement house new barn and all uecmary outhulldlugi with plenty good fruit and au abuodanci 0 stock wa PrlIIlIoo thu the lu st desirable Uriu In this end of the county Also nf rm of about len tulle from Crab Orchard Kyon Lancaster street opposite tbe fa nous Crab Orchard rIall5o AU In grass with a large stork barn and an abundance ol water with 00001 tha finest building sites In the neIghbor- hood Also a nice cottage In Stanford Ky on Lancas Itr street with cistern attached lorlurtbe particular call on orJdrea- ft II ltlll Crab Orchard Kf Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOFATHISTS Will be In Daorlll Mondays Wednesdays and 1rWsyt Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdayi snub Saturday Ofhce In the Ionnlngtnn building Stanford 01 lice hours to 12A MJ to 4 r OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still Of KIr srlllB Mo dejwnds on the principles ul Anatomy and 1nyslology for its re suits It ulel no faith no drug no rubbing no uriIcaieleration Inll claims hing supernatural hteopatby views man as a machine of so many part Us Is adjustment Whet all parts ate rrolerly adjusted and not overworked health Is the result Some of the lIcenses treated us Xerroiu frustration Headaches Neuralgia Uueumsllsiu Catarrb Weak iranulated Lids Ooltre tiuratlpatlou1Ilach and Intestinal troubles Disease ol Hones and Joints HpInalUu rratures Dislocations mitlJolnts larcl7L Incontinence of Maz Placasco a specialty lonullltll1I Free FOX LOGAN LIVESY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Homes and Mule constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager fi Ladies and Gents UnderwearI- n this line wo are better equipped than Kb have ever been at a price that will make them move Bco our now Derby Tic lor high band collars Hat Wing Club Tics iScarf Ac Ladies Dress Skirts at98c Carpets vjtv Mattings sjfr Comforts 1 Blankets Domestics Yard wide Brown Cotton good quality only 6c- Good quality Bleach Cotton worth Ole ourpricec2lulecCs Outing Cloth 60 to lOc 20 new patterns of Drapery 7c to lOc 10 Yads of fancy Calico to any cus tomer at 3cI- Jcadrniadeshcels C3x9i nchcs ready for only IH- oCotnfoils Bank its anti Quilts at prlcoi that Can not bo matched In Stanford We have opened up 3 oases of now Cal leo red blue gray black and white Our Outing and School lint U mado of One quality of Imported Persian Felt comes in gray blue brown and ted Trimmed IlatJ Sailors Walking lists TaraoBhantcrt Ac all colors and shapes We can sae 23o to fiOc on tub line of of goods JSr Clothing- We always have tIre best Our Fall and Winter Suits for drmsr young men not only rivals tailor made good but in many Instances are superior for this rea son that they oscss the Eastern finish and tile popular broad shoulder effect We haro n big line of Boys Knee Pant Suits in single and double breasted Also a One line of Vestco Suits for Children from 4 to S 1AttTY Ii= J A Trine 1 MannishHandsewed extension sole Most popular I street season boot of the see l THAT tillS piiti7 vRA4ARI4IS oil BVERY SHOE The Best Shoe on Earth Stylish Comforta J and DurableSee new styles Cunjmins McClary S I I S S S S S S S S S S S IS S S S S S S S S S S S SI Childrens Shoes Iii iS I have just received one of tbe best selected slot lu of Misses and S Chllilrens Shoes ever brought to this end of the county all being CUSTOM MADE GOODS I S So the mother will find it to tbelr interest to see our line before inak Ing their fill pun bases Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction W E PERKINSS 1- Crab Orchard Ky 6 W B M ROBERTS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or nlgbt Patent Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful Uno of Stationery Blank Books of every description Office Long Distance Telephone r t t ylfr Jh5 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottqflce at Stanford ai i eeondClatt matter PubUah dTwSayaxxdFxittar 11 PER YEAR CASH hargedlI KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going North MMMM M a m jd 2 Ia ti It u South IZJtokin FofdllPolntsf DIVISION Ub2pm o2J ArrrlreiU Stanford it IMNo Leave Stanford at 210 f r No21 ArrlTesatHowlaniUl 1200 Non Leave Stanford at r PQUEEN CRESCENT Tnlni going South pnu Junction City Xo acs not ator No 3 ltWr x JCo5 1122 AM ubSO2S ilortnt stop So SMS No 6123 o 106 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI trains leare Frankfort at oIO AM 340r Uqp 21reschingIrankfurlafter conoectingwith- t C tratnt tlt20A MMOr 1011111111 Tho litter train learn for lnrsetown it 711 r 1 J KSEWTONO t SOUTIER 4J RfllLHfiY f JINKENTUCKY ftCoa Sel 4its N tffsrt sty to setAr SlielDTTllle PrOunl SKpm tttrro 4SpfiryT taSJpm a i NO a AtSachii Ar Lartncebg Ulam NSJpm 5Mom Ar Sbelbyrllle ttvain oMSom BSOam Ar Lou rllk ia Oam 740pm Mam BASTBOCnp WESTBOUSU- Ko ts No 114 BTATT05S 1J400pm 7 atDLT Leulsrll Ar 740pm lUKuam lebpm laoaamlLiY LarneryncArl 630pm Moat TlSpm ta t3am Art I 440pm Tadum TSOpm l6CuaiAr UurclnLiTl 490pm TItfart mASTBOCNB WXSTBOCND t f ii5 tNo is8TATtoaa Nos 14 NO m 1fipiiiiattnna 47pm IO36amLY Verslkn Ar 7Mam 0pm r TKrpm ILIVamJAr Midway LT 7SOam S40pra T40pm r Qeoretn LT 700am SIPpm waSTBouiDi 7aq1Om m Ileeam 715pm Ar NlehlTlll Ar Mam 4orpm t tlUpm 5 Ar Rlchmnd LT 605am 31Ppm- L06pm Ar Irvine LT Wpm BTAT1OW8 No LNo S 7LtprAr KnozTllle 7Wpm 1f a Ar Ashevllle VlOaml lIOpm- Ar Sar nnah MSum- Ar JaeUsonTllle 5atn Lv Chattanooga Adam Ar Atlanta hasspm ItWnm Ar Macon 1153am Ar Jacksonrllls t BSOanJiiafiOpm LT Chattanooga MOpml uj lliSnmII Ar New Orleans 8JCtantl No 1 through sleeping car IrutsTllle to R Hlichara via Lexington and Chattanooga Na L free otwerratlon chatrear Loulsrtll I to Lexington l No 6 tree observation ebalr car Lexligtoa tt j LouliTlllo No fleeplDCCar ninnlnehsm to LonliTllle Via Lexington All tralni beureea LonliTllK Lextngtoi and Burirln dally- Detwcea Vrrimtllci and Georgetown NoL1 and dally No and 08dattyuce 6undar Between Vernallla NIcbolaiTills Rich Bond and IrTina dally except SundL- jtDallr except Sunday Other trains dally f rSOAetiO M VPkOU J M OctFT M r yr Washington D C Washington nC t WATVRKOTX WUUTATLOKAO WMhUgtoa D C LouliTlll K j t J 1 Mb RON ROUTE BETWEEN tf LOUISVILLE CHICAGOand BEST LINE TO It California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION t STATION CHICAGO Dining and ParldCars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E ir HACON u p A jrtV Cor 4th and aiarket St LonUvllIt J+ G+ McGbMY s UITDB3TAKBB Manufacturer nd Dcalear In 8A 1tl J5ADDLZR T C Stanford Ky McKINNEY Everett Epereon has quit clerking at F M Wares J Wes Bailey fs his eucceesor The sick children of Da1 Daugh are improving as Is also Elbert Moore The disease Is typhoid Farmers are disposing of their wheat the last few days at iO to 72c Corn Is being offered at SI per barrel Tbo corn crop In this section has been considered unusually good but the last news from tho field was shocking f Wheat sowing Is on and the rain of Saturday night has gladdened the hearts of our farmers and the work goes steadily on Tho cannery here after tt very suc cessful season has shut down About 100000 rangywe understand wero put up Tomatoes only were used The salo of furniture c at the Commercial Hotel Saturday afternoon was oat largely attended and the bid ding was not spirited good bedsteads selling as low as COc apiece- A saw mill firm from Michigan has been stopping at the Commercial Hotel this week awaiting the removal of tbelr machinery from this place to Dunn vllle In Casey county They will boro with a big auger when they get proper locatedl Griffiths representing Stone Lumber Co of Cin cinnati tells us that ha has under con tract for delivery here and at Waynes burg about one and a half million feet of lumber The work has alreadycom completionOur town has grown to such alarm Ing proportions that when one of our citizens picks up his trlx and moves hourandIStanford Is already being spoken ofas our suburban village and Huston vllle has entirely lost Its identity You may expect us over the Buffalo bill any day We believe In expansion by a gas process haveIand are cleaning up from bottom to top and preparing to accommodate the public with good board and lodging Rev W R Davidson has moved Into M V Owens property on Mlddlebure street and J W Bailey Is moving Into the property vacated by Davidson on same street- Tbomas True has rented property of K L Tanner and moved here tram Turnersvllle The Webb familytune came to this county less than a year ago and bought property at Jumbo have moved back to Hamilton O It will be remembered that the elder Mr Webb died suddenly at hIs home only a thekfamily havebeen lees satisfied In their new home By their removal the com raunlty loses valuable citizens and they take with them best wishes of many friends here Young Mr Webb con tlnues the business at Jumbo SUPT SINGLETON IIFRml pleasure of visiting Prof J H Patterson In his school at Lan caster and met Mite Lusk the superin tendent in the school making bet1 an nual visit Prof Patterson has a good school which Is bound to be a success having quite a number of good teach ers who are putting forth every effort to make the school a success I bad the pleasure of seeing the school library which is a credit to the school and town Tie pupils are studious and will some day speak for the school I hope Stanford will soon have a nine or 10 months free school GARLAND SINGLETON Three millions of dollars were raised for the Johnstown flood sufferers and only about a million has been raised for Galveston though the loss of life was 8000 people and the destruction of property about 835000000 In Galveston as against 2200 lives lost in Johnstown and vastly less destruction of propertv RoyaS Baking Powder biscuit whets the- appetite The taste of such a biscuit sweet creamy delicate and crisPYIS a joy to the most fastidious Irk up Trusts by Eltotlni Iryan BRODHEAD Sept 27I wish to say a few words through your valuable pa per on the political Issues of tbo day It Is high time the people of the United States had begun to look around and see If they know where wo stand and what will become of us It wo do not quit supporting trusts by voting the republican ticket Wo must elect W J Bryan for pres ident for he can and will put a stop to trusts and take that awful burden away and give the laboring man a chance to live They now havo tbo principal part of the wealth of our notion In their clutches and McKinley dares not open Jils mouth for his elec Lion if elected at all depends entirely upon the Influence of those soulless be tugs which can not bear tho orphans cry or the prayers of tho poor weeping widow In this State it behooves every pert son who Is against government by as asslnalton to go to the polls and cast his vote for J 0 W Beckhara for gov ernorOn John W Yerkes campaign buttons can be seen tbo words civil liber ty but we suggest that ho have It changed to harmonize and place there on the words government by assassi nationNo II doubt when Taylor the king of assassins dies and lifts up his eyes frqm the lower regions be will want Gov Goebel to dIp bis linger In cold water and cool his parched tongue If any man on earth was ever mistreated with out a cause It certainly was Goy Goe bel who died a martyr for the great common people And tho people of this grand old Commonwealth are asked to voto for a party that endorses the killing of this great and good man It Is true that Gov Goebel had to take the life of his fellowman but ho didnt run over in Indiana for protec tion but courted a trial which he stood and came clear The republicans accuse Gov Goebel of securing an office to which bo was not legally elected though they know It is not true But it comes with poor grace from a party that bus stolen ev ery office in the United States from president on down to school trustee Mr Davison tried to steal the place from Mr Gilbert to which he knew be was not elected Go to the polls thq Oth day of No vember and cast your votes for Bryan Beckbam and In the faith OHIE A FRITH MIDDLEBURG The republicans say hang the assassins but when the courts take prelim inary steps to hang the brutes tboto same republicans raise a howl against it The truth Is if a few of those bowler were strung up It would have a sa lient effect on law breaker and assas sination would not be so common In our landEverybody should hear Hon Geo E Stone here Saturday George knows It and can tell It with force Tno more we hear of the murderous methods of the murderers and their sympathizers the more determined we will be to de feat the whole outlay from McKinley to Yerkes So come out and hear one of the best speeches ever made at MlddleburgIn of ball here the other af ternoon our boys did up the Yosemite club In fine style The game up to the end of the sixth inning was interesting with chances In favor of the Yosemlte but at that point Rev Geo Green did some good batting which put our boys ic the lead when the game was eaelly won The Yosemite boys can play ball and but for the fact that they make mistakes they would be bard to handle NERVEtatysBISIIARKS mon Wag the rnult ot hl pl nJKl healtb InJoml table Ulnd ttrmcmloui energy ire not Sound wnrrr Stomach User Kllofji and Rowel as oulofordtr H you want thi luIII1lnll the nicreM they bring use Dr Kings New Lire Fill Only25o The Delicious Fragrancefrom Baking t Powder improves the flavor and adds to the healthful ness of all risen flour foods It renders the biscuit bread and cake more digestible and nutritiousRoyal Baking Pow der makes hot breads wholesome Food raised with Royal will not distress persons of delicate or enfeebled digestion though eaten warm and fresh Imitation baking powders almost invariably contain alum Alum food unwholesome ROVAL BAKING POWDER 0100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK j4 itnJ r Tf 4JI ruJ1rl i r1 li1mf I MT VERNON Yorkea speaks here tomorrow HOD James D Black will speak hero Oct Oth at II M and at Livingston- H E Edwards has bought the Wyatt Warren farm In the Glades and will remove thereto Circuit court will probably adjourn Saturday morning Grand jury ad Journed Monday after returning 24 indictments In all none for murder and only two for felony Tho democratic club will meet at courthouso Saturday night 29th when a rousing old time will be had Hon LiCtcucr Owsley will be on hand and assist In the good work A crowded house la expected Dell Jones tho little MIddlcsboro beauty who has been visiting her sit ter MM L W Bethurum has return ed to her homo much to to the regret of her many friends IA letter has boon received from W J Newcotnb Galveston acknowledging the receipt of ear lime cent by our people The relief committee send tbo thanks of the stricken city for tho do nationW Richards cashier of the Mu Vernon bank has arrived and is mak fag preparations for beginning bust ness Oct 1st Now If we got the pikes with our railroads telegraph and tele phone our county can at least keep Insight of the procession Our telephone lines flashed the nows over tbo country within a few minutes altar the jury returned tbo verdict In the Howard case In all cases of general Interest to the public news has been furnished first by tbo telephone people and without cost to Its patrons and the public E A Herrin is still hero erecting smoko stacks S W Davis has moved Into his handsome new storehouse S C Franklin foreman Signal office Is a man of varied accomplishments Ho is a linotype operator printer druggist optician and Jeweler and is well up in all these call10sI Southern Mutual Znvotmont4r LEXINGTON KY Surplus a Sample Endowment not to or call our nn of Strong It dollar paid in 2 in much shorter It is In consequently ocmcnt of IB elimina Subscribeito further A J C Local You Should Get Sick Prescription Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky medicines C PEPPLES la for Jailer Lincoln County subject to the of the Your aupport la aollclt- edBELIEGRASS SEED II hue ule Ilunlrrd of good OraeSeed Jet In and m Kfd b fore LCULSSIrrSAtnwK- YSmall For Sale A situated on Stanford r eras pike near Halls U p for wle lteudence and fairly good tntywater W b UAWES Saifley Ky FARMERI- s candidate for subject to the no lion of the democratic party lie solicits your support FINPAFARM lr P W logan farm of acres of Ko Hanging Fork li for rile privately It hit uiKinlla splendid two and out- bulldlngi FittIn acres virgin toll and brautl woallmd watered and in all rtlll1 a IIralcI form ou Stofolll tconTpnlfDttoiWiioti on C S na I A S It li a home and a roOt i Inrntinent IJ W FARKHILL M Da HOMEOPATHIC Dr Parkhill bas 30 experience In tbo general practice of offers ids services to public of Stanford vicinity Office attention to chronic opposite Court over Itcailey Bros Oljlce hours from to S r TOWN PROPERTY FOIL SALE I detlre to sell the residence I now oe on Cut otle6 house Is a new two of elibr room style Th uroundi comprise over six acres of rood landadbrding for horse and cows elites at also Perfect a room and otheraecceuryoutbuUbtoga Only two VAKpEVEEKi or i vwf ti f Jijfr J Mrs Willis Grifiln has from a visit to Pino Hill Mrs S C Franklin the family of J N Reynolds Ptttsburg Johnson of this county related many of his experiences during thin courtThe of Mr Robert Jones and Miss Lula Virginia Gentry solemnized at the Baptist church by Rev J C Wednesday The young couplo loft that afternoon for Livingston whero a time at least they will make their home London sent 125 telephone messages Into tho bluegrass within 30 days after getting connection Thcro are yet many newspaper readers who dont know that Central Kentucky this class of communication with London Wllllamsburg has In a flrstalnsi exchange andaro arranging to build a connecting Una to London Pikes or no pikes will bo warm est wo will from now un til election day From present prof pects it Is relieved tho proposition will carry by good majority Every citizen should study tho question thor oughly and of the immense returns and benefits that will bo derived from n small Investment The proposed pikes will prove to be of greater valuo to the county any other enterprise even excepting tho railroads Willis Adams traveling salesman the National Publishing Co Is at homo this week Walter Mullins loft Wednesday for London where he ed the London band to play for tho speaking at Thursday Miss Mary Tyree of Pltteburg Is iting her aunt Mrs George Gentry Mite Ida May Adams entertained at tea in honor of her friend Mia Emma Authur Robert Harding of Danvlllu Is among the visiting attor nays this week James Colycr returned from Manchester where ho has bee at for Fritz Krueger August and Fred Krueger Jr are In Louisville Miss Laura Langford Is visiting friends this week OF Over 255000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Have You Seen of Our New Bond If the office for literature on nearest agent for explanation its terms and conditions Some of Its Points returns f 150 and five per cent interest for the average time for each Stock taken now will all be matured in from eighteen to twentyfenr menthe with a large part redeemed a time malnred consecutive order chance ted Now is the Time to The sooner you begin the sooner will your coupons begin mature For Information addreM SMITH BOWMAN Secretary BAILEY Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Ky If Send your We use only the best JOIN candidate of action democratic party for Serrral Bushels nricta buy Karin amsll farm the Sam outbuilding DINI Jailer FOR SALE laud tory house large tobacco orrbard located Mllledge YIIIlurnplke rallroaili good able PS7SIOIAU hand years and case Homo Stable privately cofy well built tram Modern patture line door hydrant water hundred returned has been visiting Dick war marriage was Carmlcal for hug put shortly the question have a learn than not for join Manchester vis Monday has n work visiting here write home to GUS HcCORMAOZl- a a candidate for Aueuor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the notion of the democratic party GEO A EUKANKSl- a a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic party JAMES T JONES Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic par Iy tiYM IANDGRAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to democratic action Til ALES II WRIGHT Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party SHORTHORN BULLS I shorthornbullyiiungitockofboth ublttl to rnftittr that I will alt cheap that hour of Ibe bull and any ol tb A FCIANO OLD MOCK WHISKY George u Weotburford has a contract tor FULL CONTROL AKI SALE of Old Stock Whis kyln HustonVile Ky- II 0 MOOK Danville Ky ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERIOK i Ind Dealer InILime Cement c o Write For Prlcoi POSTED I hereby notify the public that my land li post e1 and that I will no buntlor tmtse lug of my kind on It Violators will be punlthnl to the full extent orthelaw 1 Wanted To Rent- A good Farm containing from ISO to 450 acre Address AbvcHTiscu Lancus ter Ky POSTE mytamVM LAXDOIUF Krljer Ky IU1tumFags NIKVIIA imenhtlin Ky FARM FOR SALE 111181111101tntomiles from lltutnnrlllo and IU front More land Union It n dwelling cf five room and rod tenant nresear outbuildings Hpiendld orehnnl good won two springs Terms wist W U WmOUT Ituttonvlllc Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEHLERS- Mtllodgovillo Ky Wo will hue last of this month 125 lIlIleI S Lancaster Ky Tooth Extracted Without Pain With Vitalized Air PhTslcUn In attend sure Office In the New Thompson Building Tie FRUITTBROSMOKELAXD ICE ICEFurniture Undertaking Ooods and LtTery TtlecopraIronIn chain fra- seMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Ptor Lancaster t Kentucky splenddtablemeet nil trains 89 J T SUTTON Undertaker Qustonvillo Kentucky OeenhisarYrecto tht rwapl ofWut Llccolg and Cir countlM Full stock of OofflniinJ Cuk ulon hand U It Carpenter Manager t MIntoslls Livery S feed Stable MCKInf zY KY SatedrhttrtallJa1nlftNntlQffrom HortM well cared for by single feed parestage FRITH HOTEL r rnAlCISO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY rensWtndPsnug seen H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call Paper Hanging And Painting See me before yon let your painting I nlll tare you money I will funilh IIIIftr and sut It on the wall from loe up In other wordt I will sell you paper at chimp nt you lrbo4work guaranteed J J 1IKLMFN Stanford Ky Painting Repairing I am Prepared to point and repair your styleExperiencedteed You cnn liars your old vehicle made new tor very llttlo money J II UllKEIt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE JManufactured by W Adam k Co Ialut Lick U a guaranteed sure cure for hunt and mule ullllcted with Fistula Jallevll Swlnncy fcrutchcn Saddle Bolls Hard nnd Soft Knturgeinenu lIeel- IIItemper Ac For tide by W IL ilcltob UlIlIIlbrtvLloortyCaldwell Wayntsburg Dunn Ilroi I1A SlIIItdlCeTllrOto1tClurc Turuernvlllo J IL Vunhook McKln nero BEAZLEY HAYS UNDERTAKERS DCALKlU IS Furniture MattlnJtsRuJs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them k a call Prices right ty SIANEQRD KIHTti r ASPRICEnrgeon Stanford Ky totheOfflcsfltrr VcRobsrUDrni laudingS IR A JONES DENTISTI Ofllco over Jigging A McKlnnoys Ston Telephone o THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky Tho most ccntrallylocotod and only FIRSTCLASShotel 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from tho three principal theatres Street cars pats the door to all put Oi The City Everything neat anti clean FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CiplUlStcck S100000 SttrpIttillT6S8 51 This tnttltntlon originally nUbllih 0 u the IH posit Dank lit Stanford In lau then itoitiDlwJ at tbtMitlonalUiDk ofStintord In 119 indiitlr torcinlwJ it lb Flat Xitlonil Rank or Stanford altt2au had practically inunlDteirupt l eaft arfoT4lyfin It li better iu plleJ nowwltl taclllnesrttnaudingbndDwprompnysad arallr tbln eYfr tOrt 1U long iaj bonolaUl ear Accounts ot lodltUnilt lacUrlMtrmi and InJltlJoiliiolldlfJ DIDSCT- 01FIteldUntolaCo J wllaydoSlaafo- rSTltarls S lit Bioghmio It J8 corker TP lllll wP Walton It WATribbli J11 CoilUrCnb Ortad M J Millar MtYrace- M DElmor KttnforJorriciil J S floe tr PmH DII J J XcKcWrtf Cables Lincoln CountyNational BankI Capital Blot kuiooooa- Sa r toTh rrofr IUnk A Trust Cumrs- sad under raw mtuctmtil tontlnu- 6uiy Set Yeses Solioits Your Bank Account llojlngjiuch butlDru rdalloni will prone unto Ir brutlltl and tfru- DlIinCTOllSt JJ William JBOwdey St A aneket1v ILhtmmlb 4 E LyonS shankJ ih J U OwliT OFFICE IU S II Shank rrriMratil j J U CtiKt- frWVlrUhtjlulC bl r You Want The TruthIAnd you get It In the Tw ce a Week CourierJournalI Democratic In Politics PAtndry 50 CENTSThu Twha a Week Courier Journal 11th equal of many dnlllca and the superior o all other papers It print more real new more good class matter moro good stories than any other b ued Wednesday and gut agentSamplott CouiltlH JOUIIVAI Co LouUvllle Ky By A Special Arrangement You can get thu Semi Weekly Interior Journa Arch the TtflCEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL i Doth One Year For ONLY 12SThis Is for cash subscriptions ony All suoscrjptlon under this combination alTo must be sent through tire bunlOtt JOCIIXA I onlce THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY SlfPPLEMENTu mumGentlemen In accepting the nomi nation tendered by you on behalf ot the Democratic party I beg to assure you of my appreciation of the great honor conferred upon mo by the dele gates In convention assembled and by the voters who gave Instruction to the delegates am sensible ot the responsibilities which rest upon the chief magistrate of so great a nation and realize the farreaching effect of tbe questions In volved In the present contest In my letter of acceptance ot 1896 I made tho following pledge So deeply am I Impressed with the magnitude of the power vested by the Constitution In the chief executive of the nation nnd with the enormous In fluence which he can yield for the ben efit or Injury of the people that I with to enter the office If elected free tram any personal desire except the desire to prove worthy ot the confi dence of my countrymen Human judgment Is fallible enough when un biased by selfish considerations and In order that I may not be tempted to use the patronage of the office to ad vance any personal ambition I hereby announce with all the emphasis which words can exprwu my fixed determl nation not under any circumstances to be a candidate for reelection In case this campaign results In my elec tion Further reflection and observation constrain me to renew this pledge The platform adopted at Kansas City commands my cordial and unqualified approval It courageously meets the Issues now before the country and totes clearly and without ambiguity the partys position on every question considered Adopted by a convention which assembled on the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration ot In dependence It breathes the spirit of candor independence and patriotism which characterize those who at Phil adelphia In 1776 promulgated the creel of the Republic Having In my notification speech discussed somewhat at length the par amount Issue Imperialism and added some observation on militarism and the Hoer war It Is sufficient at this time to review the remaining planks of the platform rTroil The platform very properly gives prominence to the trust question The appalling growth of combinations In restraint of trade during the present administration proves conclusively that the Republican party lacks either the desire or tbe ability to deal with the question effectively If as may be fairly assumed from the speeches and conduct of the Republican leaders that party does not Intend to take the pro ples aide against these organizations then the weak and qualified condem nation of trusts to be found In the Re publican platform Is designed to dis tract attention while Industrial despot lam Is completing Its work A private 1 monopoly has always been an outlaw No defense can be made of an indus- trialP system In which one or a men eon control for their own profit tho output or price of any article of merchandise Under such a system the consumer suffers extortion tho produ cer ot raw material has but one pur chiller and must sell at the arbitrary prlco fixed the laborer has but one employer and la powerless to protest against Injustice either In wages or in conditions of labor the small stock bolder Is at tho merry of the specula tor while the traveling salesman con tributes his salary to the overgrown of the trust Since but a small of the people can share In 1prontadvantages secure by private it follows that the remain the people are not only ex cluded from the benefits but are tho helpless victims of every monopoly or ganized It Is difficult to overestimate I the Immediate injustice that may be done or to calculate the ultimate ef fect ot this Injustice upon the social and political welfare ot the people Our platform after suggesting certain specific remedies pledges the party to au unceasing warfare against private monopoly In nation tate and city I heartily approve of tide promise If elected It shall be my earnest and con stant endeavor to fulfill tho promise In letter and spirit I shall select an at j torneyginerul who will without fear or favor enforce existing laws shall recommend such additional legislation At may be uecoasary to dissolve every jirvuie monopoly which does business outside of the state of Its origin and if contrary to my belief and hope a institutional amendment Is found to be necessary I shall recommend such an amendment as will without Impair- Ing any of the existing rights of tha elates empower Con rlIP to protect the people of all the states from injury at the hands of Individuals or corpora tions engaged In Interstate commerce The platform accurately describes the Dlngloy tariff law when It condemns It as a trust breeding measure skillfully devised to give to tho few 11aorll which they do not deserve and 10 place upon tho many burdens which they should not bear Under Its op eration trusts can plunder the people of the United States while they suc cessfully compete in foreign markets with mount icturers of other countries Even those who Justify the general volley of protection will find It dim cult to defend n tariff which enable e trust to exact an exorbitant toll from the dtlzcuf- orpoinMoin In Inllflra The Democratic party makes no war ipon honestly acquired wealth neither t ouYUI w J BRVflNS LETTER OF B66EPTHN6E does It seek to embarrass corporations engaged In legitimate builntsi but It does protest against corporations en tering politics and attempting to as sume control of the Instrumentalities of government A corporation Is not organized for political purposes and should be compelled to confine Itself to the business described In Its charter Honest corporations engaged In an honest business will find It to their advantage to aid In the enact ment of such legislation as will pro tect them from the undeserved odium which will be brought upon them by those corporations which enter the political arena Interstate tomnirrr The Republican party has persist ently refused to comply with tbe ur gent request of the Interstate Com merce commission for such an en largement of the scope of the Inter state commerce law as will enable the commission to realize the hopes aroused by Its creation The Democratic party Is pledged to legislation which will empower the commission to protect Individuals and communities from discrimination and the public at large from unjust and unfair transportation rates The Flnmirlal IUn The platform reiterates tbe demand contained In the Chicago platform for an American financial system made by the American people for them selves The purpose of such a system Is to restore and maintain a bimetallic level of prices and In order that there may be no uncertainty as to the meth od of restoring bimetallism the specif ic declaration In favor of free and un limited coinage at the existing ratio of 16 to Independent of tbe action of other nations Is repeated In 189G the Republican party recognized the necessity for bimetallism by pledging the party tp an earnest effort to se cure an International agreement for tbe tree coinage of sliver and the president Immediately after his In auguration by authority of congress appointed a commission composed of distinguished citizens to visit Europe and uollclt foreign aid Secretary Hay In a letter written to Lord Aldcnham In November 1S98 and afterwards pub listed In England declared that at that time the president and a majority of his cabinet still believed In the great desirability of an International agree ment for the restoration of tbe double standard but that It did not teem opportune to reopen the negotiations Just then The financial law enacated less than a year ago contains a con eluding section declaring that the measure was not Intended to stand In the way of the restoration of bimetal llsm whenever it could be done by cooperation with other nations The Itepubjof the administration again suggested tho possibility of securing foreign aid In restoring 1101INow the first time openly abandons Its ad vocacy of the double standard and In dorses the monetary system which It has so often and so emphatically con domned Thu Democratic party on the contrary remains the steadfust advo cate of the gold and sliver coinage of the constitution and Is not willing that other nations shall determine for us the time and manner of restoring sliver to Its ancient place as a stand lalnotcirculation in this country a ratio which even the Republican adminis tratlon has not attempted to change but It Is the only ratio advocated by those who are seeking to reopen the mints Whether the senate now hOI tile to bimetallism can be changed during this campaign or the campaign of 1902 can only be determined after the votes are counted but neither the present nor the future political com plexion of congress has prevented or should prevent an announcement of the partys position upon this subject In unequivocal terms The currency bill which received the sanction of the Executive and the Republican members of the House and Senate Justifies the warning given by tho Democratic party In 1896 It was then predicted that the ItepubllcanI party would attempt to greenbacks although the party and Its leaders studiously concealed their intentions That purpose Is now plain and the people must choose between the retention of the greenbacks Issued and controlled In volume by the government and a national bank note currency Issued by banks and controlled In their own Interests If the na tional bank notes are to be secured ay bonds the currency system now sup ported by the Republican party InI volves a permanent and increasing debt and so long as this system stands the financial classes will be tempted to throw their powerful Influence upon the side of any measure which will contribute to the size and permanency of a nations debt It is hardly conceivable that the American people will deliberately turn from the debtpaying policy of the past to the dangerous doctrine of perpetual bonds Klcrtlijn of Smmton by the IVuplr The demand for a constitutional amendment providing for the election of Senators by direct cote of the peo pIe appears for the first time in a IImendjment YYIH rYVYYY IU 61Iewill al Tho House of Representatives and that too practically without opposition Whatever may have been the reasons which secured the adoption of the pres ent plan a century ago new conditions have made It Imperative that the peo pie be permitted to speak directly In the selection of their representatives In the Senate A Senator is no less the representative of tbe State because be receives his commission from the peo pIe themselves rather than from the members of the State legislature Jf a voter Is competent to vote for n mem ber of Congress for State officers and for President be Is competent to choose his representative In the Sen ate A system which makes the Sen ator responsible for his election to the people as a whole and amenable to them It he misrepresents them must commend Itself to those who have con fidence In the Intelligence and patriot- Ism of tbe masses Direct LfgUUtloa The platform Indorses tbe princi pIe of direct legislation This la al ready applied to the more Important questions In nation state and city It rests upon the sound theory that the people can be trusted and that the more responsive the government Is to the will of the people the more free It will be from misuse and abuse Labor Uuetloo Several planks of the labor plat form are devoted to questions In which the laboring classes have an Immediate Interest but which more remotely ef fect our entire population While what is generally known as government by Injunction Is at present directed chief ly against the employes of corpora lions when there Is a disagreement be tween them and their employer it In volves a principle which concerns every one The purpose of the In junction in such cases Is to substitute trial by Judge far trial by Jury and is a covert blow at the Jury system The abolition of government by Injunction U as necessary for the protection of the reputation of the court as It Is for thesecurlty of the citizen Blackstone In defending trial by Jury says The impartial administration of Justice which secures both our persons and our properties is the great end of civil society but If that be entrusted entirely to the magistracy a select body of men and those selected by the prince such as enjoy the highest ofllces of the state their decisions In spite of their natural Integrity will have frequently an Involuntary bias toward those of their own rank and dignity It is not to be expected from human nature that the few should be always attentive to the Interests and good of the many If the criminal laws are not sufficient for tbe protection of property they can be made more severe but a citizen charged with crime must have his caw tried before a jury of his peers Th ItlrUIII The blacklist us now employed in some places enables the employer to pUce the employe under practical duress for the skilled laborer loses his independence when the employers cannot only discharge him but prevent his securing any similar employment The blacklist enables employers to secure by mutual agreement that control over the wage earners which a private monopoly exercises without contract IArhltratlnn the demand for corporations and their employes No one who has observed the friction which arises be tween great corporations and their numerous employes can doubt the wisdom of establishing an impartial court for the Just and equitable set tlement of disputes The demand for arbitration ought to be supported as heartily by the public which suffers Inconvenience because of strikes and lockouts and by the employers them Jives by the employes The estab InsureIcapital and render obsolete the grow ing practice of calling In the army to settle labor troubles Dopartmrnt of Labor I cannot top strongly emphasize the Importance of the platform recom mendation of the establishment of a department ot labor with a member of the cabinet at its head When we remember how Important a position the laborer fills In our economic so clal and political fabric it is hard to conceive ot a valid objection being made to this recognltln ot his serv ices Agriculture is already represented In the presidents official household the army and navy have their repre sentatives there the state department with its consular service and the treasury department with Its close connection with fiscal affairs keep the executive 11 touch with the business and commercial Interests A cabinet officer truly representative of tho wage earning class would be of Invaluable aid not only to the totters but to the president Chinaa KxrliMlon The Chinese excuslon act has proven an advantage to the country and its continuance and strict enforcement as well as its extension to other similar races are Imperatively necessary The Asiatic is so essentially different from the American that he cannot be as similated with our population and lai ways attend them Tho cro mlNattot therefore not desirable as a permanent citizen Ills presence as a temporary laborer preserving his national Identi ty and maintaining a foreign scale ot wages and living must ever prove an Injustice to American producers as well as a perpetual source of IrrltA tion Prntlnn The party expresses IU pride In the soldiers end sailors of all our wars and declares Its purpose to deal gen erously with thorn and their depend ents A liberal policy Is natural and necessary In a government which de penile upon a citizen soldiery Instead of a large standing army Self Igter est as well as gratitude compels the government to make bountiful provision for those who In the hour ot danger and at great sacrifice of bust ness health and life tender their services to their country The pension laws sheuld be construed according to the generous spirit which prompted their passage The platform very properly reiterates the position taken in 189C that the act of enlistment shall be deemed conclusive evidence that the soldier was sound when tbe government accepted him A certificate given now to the health of a person 40 years ago even If easily obtainable should not have as much weight as the certificate of the medical officer who examined the volunteer with a view of ascertaining hIs fitness for army service Iraratru The Democratic party is In favor of the Immediate construction ownership and control of the Nicaragua canal by the United States Tho failure of the Republican party to make any prog teas In carrying out a pledge contained In Its platform four years ago together with the substitution In Its latest plat form of a plank favoring an Isthmian canal for a specific declaration In fa vor of the Nicaraguan canal would In dicate that the Republican leaders either do not appreciate the Importance of this great waterway to the mart time strength and commercial Inter ests of the country or that they give too much consideration to the interest ed opposition of transcontinental llnei The HaysPauncefote treaty now be fore the senate would If ratified greatly lessen the value of the canal If it would not Indeed convert It into a positive menace In time of war The paramount Interests of the United States In the western hemisphere to gether with the obligations to defend the republics to the south of us makes It necessary that our government shall be able to close the canal against nay hostile power r Anton Xvr Mrtlro and Oklahoma Arizona New Mexico and Okiaumaa have long been ready to assume the responsibilities and enjoy the privi leges of statehood and It will be a pleasure as well na a duty to carry out the platform pledge concerning them Alaska ant Iorto taco There will be a popular acqulcsconjo In the demand for home rule an territorial form of government lu Alaska and Porto Rico Doth are en titled to local Holtgovernment and representation In Congress Cob The recognition contained in bosh the Democratic and Republican platforms of the right ot the Cubans to In dependence removes the general pale ciple Involved from the domain of partisan politics It Is proper however to consider whether the accomplishment of this purpose can be safely en trusted to the Republican party altar it has yielded to the allurements of the Colonial idea and abandoned Its Mi ller faith In the natural and Inallun able rights of man- RrrUinvtlon of Aril rnet The time is ripe for a systematic and extended effort to reclaim the arid lands and lit them for actual settlers The lost agricultural report estimates that homes can thus be provided for many millions of people The impounding and use of the waters which are wasted In the spring would people tho western states with gritty Intelli gent and Industrious cltlxen and these would furnish a valuable market for all the products of the factories A wentIinpIe than would ever sock a residence Iin colonies within the tropics rorcIRe Ailbhnrn The reasons given by Washington Jefferson and the other statesmen of the early days In support of the doc trine thit we should maintain friendly relations with all nations but enter Into entangling alliances with none theyIbrought into constant communication with all parts of the world Even If we desired to do so we could not afford to alienate many nations by cultivating unnecessary Intimacy with a few Our ItIIs less necessary than ever before to lean for aid upon the friendliness of foreign power 11I We cannot connect ourselves with European nations and share In their Jealousies and ambitions without los ing the peculiar advantage which our location our character and our Insti tutions give us In the worlds affairs Mourn Doctrine The doctrine enunciated by Monroe and approved by succeeding presidents is essential to the welfare of tho United States The continents ot North and South America are dedica ted to the development of tree govern ment One republic after another has been established until today mon- archial idea has barely a foothold In the now world While It Is not the policy of this country to Interfere where amicable relations exist between European countries and their dependencies li America our people would look with disfavor upon any attempt on the part of European governments to maintain an unwilling or forcible sovereignty over the people living on this side of the Atlantic The position taken by the Republi can leaders and more recently set forth by the Republican candidate for the Presidency viz That we cannot protect a nation from outside Inter ference without exercising sovereignty over Its people is on assault upon the Monroe doctrine for while this argu ment is at this time directed against the proposition to give to tbe Filipinos both independence and protection It Is equally applicable to the Republics of Central and South America If this government cannot lend Its strength to another Republic without making sub jects of Its people then we must fromthesorb them Under the same plea that the guardian nation must exert an authority equal to Its responsibility Eu ropean nations have for centuries ploited their wards and It Is a exI nificant tact that the Republican should accept the European idea of a protectorate at the same time that it adopts a European colonial policy There is no excuse for this abandon ment of the American Idea We have maintained the Monroe doctrine for threequarters of a century The expense to us has been practlcally noth ing but the protection has been beyond value to our sister Republics If a Filipino Republic Is erected upon the ruins of Spanish tyranny its protec tion by us will he neither difficult nor expensive No European nation would be wilting for any other European na tion to have the Islands neither would any European nation be willing to pro voke a war with us in order to obtain possession of the Islands It we assert soveclgnty over the Filipinos we will have to defend that sovereignty by force and the Filipinos will be our enemies if we protect them from out side Interference they will defend themselves and will be our friends If they show as mach determination in pposlng the sovereignty ot other nations as they have shawn In opposing our sovereignty they will not require much assistance from us- Extrovagane Tho Republican party drawing as it does enormous campaign funds from those who enjoy special privileges at the hands of the government Is powerless to protect the tax payers from the attack of those who profit by large ap propriations A surplus in the treas ury offers constant temptation to ex travagance and extravagance In turn compels a resort to new means of taxa tion which Is being kept In the back ground until the campaign Is over Is a fair Illustration of the Imposition which will be attempted when there Is a considerable amount of money Idle In MM treasury Tile rehabilitation of the merchant marine laudable in itself li made the pretext for expen diture of public money for the benefit of large ship owners and In the In terests of a transportation monopoly The government being only tho agent ot the people has no right to collect from tho vtople taxes beyond the le gitimate needs of a government honestly and effectively administered and public servants should exercise the same degree of care In the use of tho peoples money that private Individ uals do In the use of their own money With a restoration of a foreign policy consistent with American Ideas there can be an immediate and large reduc tion in the burdens now borno try tbe pcvplo Income Tin By lardvertonce the Income Tax plank agreed upon by the Resolutions committee was omitted from the plat form as read and adopted The sub ject however Is covered by the re affirmation of the Chicago platform und I take this occasion to reassert my belief In the principle which under has the Income tax Congress should have authority to levy and collect an Income tax whenever necessary and an amendment to the federal consti tution specifically conferring such au thority ought tp be supported by even those who may think the tax unneces nary at tide time In the hour of danger the government can draft the citizen it ought to be able to draft the pocketbook as well Inlcss money Is more precious than blood we can not afford to give greater protection to the incomes of the rich than to the lives of for poor Impurlilltra The subjects hwever treated In mayIwhich the platform declares to be them of five mouth 2 lone lemons per v Call at Mrs Straubi n Ilt paramount issue in this campaaljWhether we shall adhere to or aban don those Ideas of government which 1otberdelayed No other question can ape proach It in Importance no other question demands such immediate con reputation bOUIamong the nations If under the stress of temptation It should repudiate the ourheroic Ifannalsthat the people are the only source of t power is made secure from further at tack we can safely proceed to the lettlement of the numerous question which Involve the domestic and eco- nomIc welfare of our citizens Very EWfayingt of Lincoln Following are taken from a published work edited by Dr recentlyITaylor and D M Fulwller Lincolns Words on Living ibuildingLetter to H L Pierce April 6 1859 Irelan 162G3 All honor to Jeffer sonto the man who In the concrete pressure of a struggle for national dependence by a single people InIapacltytoIntroduce document an abstract truth applicable to all men and all times and so to em balm It there that today and In alt coming days It shall be a rebuke and a stumbling block to the very harbin gene of reappearing tyranny and oppression March 4 1865 Second InaugurallHnpgood p 403 It may that any men should dare to ask a Just Gods assistance In wringing from the sweat of other mens facesltdAugust 26 1863 Letter to James 0Conkllng Herndon p 555 For the great republicfor the principle It Iilives by and keeps alive for mans vast futurethanks to oIL September 30 1859 Speech at Milwaukee Wls Complete Works Vol I p 577 Farmers being the most numerous class It follows that their Interest is the largest Interest It also follows that that Interest Is most tlIvatedthatconflict between that Interest and any other that other should yield July 5 1861 Annual Message Ray mond p 18C This relalvo matter of National power and state rights as a principle is no other than the princi ple of generality and locality What ever concerns the whole should be confided to tho wholeto the government while whatever generallonly the state should be left r surly to the state July 16 1852 Speech at SprIngfieldouIIIComplete Works I p 171 A free people in times of peace and quiet hI when pressed by no common danger pn naturally divide Into parties AtIsuch times the man who Is of party la not cannot be of any consequence CSeptembercinnati O Debates p 268 The people ot the United States are the righthful masters ot both congresses courts not to overthrow the Constltubetion but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution r October 16 1854 Speech at Peoria III Howells p 279 Well I doubt not that the people of Nebraska are and will continue to be as good as the 8average of people elsewhere I do not say the contrary What I do say ls that no man is good enough to govera another man without that others sent ple I say this Is the leading canAMarch 4 1861 First Inaugural Raymond p 167 I do not forget the iretullonalthe superior court At the same time the candid citizen must confess that If the policy of the gov ernment upon vital questions affect Ing the whole people is to be Irrevoc ably fixed by decisions of the supreme court the instant they are made In ordinary litigation between parties in apersonal actions the people will have ceased to bo their own rulers having to that extent practically resigned the Y 1that1Idore Canlslus concerning law of natur alization etcHowells p g5 As I understand the spirit ot our institutions it is designed to promote the ele vatlon of men I am therefore hos UdebasomentFebruary 12 1861 Speech at Cln cinnati O Complete Works Vol I pf676 The workingmen are the basisJof all governments for the plain son that they are the more numerous lea 0 t E w J BRYflNS flNTITRUST SPEE6H DELIVERED SEPTEMBER flT ST 15 si900IThe lament of David over Absalom la tene of the most pathetic passages of the A ionzparental authorIty did not shake the fa 1 liters affection and the anxious query C II the young man Absalom safe linger In the mmory of all who study the life of the great Hcbrtw King And the Interest which David felt In 8td1yet Absalom hap Its parallel In the hiI families wlilch make peopleI upI describe ft rtlo or overstai the abiding the father feels li the InterestI rE hie child From the time when th eraItta hangs In the balance at the fbi blrlh until the death of the ptrents there scarcely a waking hour when tutu son E4Itnot present In their thought and pinna la to this parental evotion uni recognized that I desire to ap this occasion IOrlAp JulIo larrntninev I would call the attention of every ft then and mother to present political and elbInduitrial conditions I would ask thorn these conditions Investigate their causes and their tendencies I 10Ayou satisfied with the possibilities and the probabilities which now open before your soot I he safe when foreign or domestic Imflnanclen are allowed to determine the system under which he UutIpa Is he safe when national banks control doesIlit he safe when tho bond holding clss determines the size of the national debtpa upon which he must help to pay Inter ga MtT itt Is be safe when by means of taxes laid almost entirely upon consumption he Is compelled to contribute according to his bo wants rather than according to his pos sectionside Is be safe when corporate Interests In c fluence as they do today the selection oraofthose who ar to represent him In the of the United States tin If he Is a wagsearner and you do not In know how soon he may be even If he Is not now Is he safe when he Is liable tIo to be deprived of trial by jury through tba system known as government by In junctionhe safe If a laboring man when he u1 Is denied the protection of arbitration and ureOTnpelird to submit to such hours and a corporate employer may pro tie toseT fo The Helen nf Monopoly owflut I desire to call special attention to rowtb of the trustc and to ask yon no whether your son is safe under the reign odrSt pilvate monopoly If you cannot leave a fortune you can leave him some ty thing more valuable than money viz the freedom to employ his own brain his own hands for the kiofhis own welfare When advancementI rs dustrial Independence aci to earnest endeavor by theI rnjhope of heinz able to profit by his own e genua his own energy his own Industry ntendhis own virtue But when private reaches Its full theachbranch of Industry will developmlntr mbrone or a few men and like the divine right of rule vrlll be kept within the possession ot a d few from generation to eneratlon while real producers of wealth will be con eaath to perpetual clerkship or servi ra tilde When private monopoly reaches IQIrun development your son will buy ItllIproduct at the price which opoly fixes ho will sell raw material atUeprice vbloh monopoly fixes and works for wages he will work ot such Cwinpcaxallun end upon such ItI dlttrns all monopoly may determine Flint of tho Itubber r1Charica jjing Co In a speech delivered on the Sth of May out trust IIrc ram with great frankIr la c clilng of the bb Ilieu from the trust system he said t OutUoe of Trust Program material twusht n large quan U secured at lower prces When jtheInstance cue man buys all the wool price of V7col will be lowered and nil produce wool will sell at the price oU BvtJ by the treat A largo proportion of our people cr cieged In the production of varoui JIKJJ ci raw material and they are thus placed at the mercy of the bi combinations The teccnd advantage Is that those u IIIIdonl1lcctit vored o This mcns that factories can be cloted IsInthe smaller towns and In tile largo centers It C1atPn that vrhcnovcr there is a meanj 0 hand part of the factories can be and the burden ot maintaining thrown upon the wage workers ThoreI ft are already scattered throughout land Idle plants which stand ss lIentI T evils of the trust is ternIThe next advantsge mentioned Is that In case rf local strikes and tires the t rrork goes on elsewueie thus preventing 3IHcis loss This rxcanz that a monopoly cuss abso QD lutely control Its work nstnen for If a Ta strlk occurs In a factory III 4thetactory can he cloyed down IndefiniteI o ly whIc tIe crrplorex are starved Into j and as the trust can do the hllubmlulon oilier factor without seri Is quite Independent of lha and can absolutely prescribe the and ft ndtlcn upon which they iojterms The more complete the mon the mere opposed the managers to arbitration because In case contest bieeim the trust ansI lieIJ employes the trust will have every ad Ittvantae and the employes will be per powerPPIiI cited by Mr Flint a Is that There is no multiplication of the of dlrtrlbutton and n better force itqmoonstollmen will take the pUc of a Urge e number IU theldlDrammer Il pen ed With 0 Inotbe needed When every retail mer 11chant must buy all goods of one class a single company the work can be done by samples and no traveling menu will be needed There will be no com beitJThe first man to feel this will be the who will lose his occupation ue The next man to feel It will be the hotel h roan who will miss the trade of the salesman The railroad will lose Itbemileage paid by the traveling man the liverymen will lore their best pat therIiary to ud ertlie when there is no cm pell Ion All this mlcht be tolerable If It the raving thus made went to the con utaunmer but as a matter of fact It goes to it the mononoply My attention has called to a prospectus Issued by ternational Steam Pump Company benI I ganlzed March under the laws New Jersey and capitalized at e of which nearly half Is preferred stock 0 and the reivnlnder common stock I call attention to this prospectus because It acts forth the plans of eu show who are to be the International beMnclarleaI was organized for r 1The steam to the prospectus acquired cone the business of the following cor either through the conveyance 1porations to the properties and busi h atIt rorl3ryan armdUdclT Tim proiiThTdon candidate for prelL nesses of such companies or hr the own ership of not less than twothirds of their stock as may be found practlcabln Then follow the names of flVI pump com panics accompanied by the statement that these companies are estimated to transact ninety per cent of the team pump business of the United States ex cluslv of highduty engines The ma Jorlty of the companies also manufacture such engines ftainpln Cese of Traits One of the companies taken Into the combination had assets estimated at a little more than six million dollars an other company had assets estimated at a little more than three millions the third company had assets estimated at a little more than one million The fourth com pany had assets estimated at eight hun dred thousand dollars and the fifth company had assets estimated at seven hundred thourand dollars The good will was not estimated In the above figures The total assets therefore of the five com panies not Including the good will were less than twelve million dollars and the prospectus states that the combined net profits of the five concern for the year IMS estimated on the business of ten months of the year would amount to twelve hundred thousand dollars Under the head of Estimated additional earnings from consolidation I find the following Each of the five companies now main- taIns agencies In the principal cities Of the United States The Worthlngton and Wake companies have stores and carry stock In London Hamburg Vienna and other cities Some of them have expensive salaried managers All these agen In this and other countries will be Ides Tha stores and agencies In the cities of this country and the forces of clerks salesmen etc necessary to conduct them will be united and decreased Involving an estimated saving of at lust a year The expenses of each company for Its draught ing department Incident to the elaborate drawings and specifications for estimat furtherIterns for farm and domestic work which Is now under way In tha WorthIngton fac tory when applied to the entire buslnen of the new company will result In an estimated saving of at least S200000 per then follows In black type this rig nificant statement Advantages of Consolidation A conservative estimate of the advantages derived from consolidation Is believed to be tl300COO over the present earning which would make a total of future net earnings with the estimated earnings based on ten months at the years business ot J2WOOOO of per cent on the preferred stock and over eleven per cent on the common tock of the new company It will thus be seen from the prospectus that the advantages secured by the cutting down of expenses will double the In come and not a word Is said about giv ing the advantages of this reduction toI the consumer The money taken from the traveling mend from the hotel keep ere from the railroads from the livery men from the newspapers and from others who suffer by the discharge of traveling salesmen clerks etc will all be added to the profits of the monopoly pricesItious capital To give a further guarantee that the monopoly the prospectus says that the principal men connected with tho various companies would become Identified with the company and would contract not to engage In a like business for ten years But what about the public What guarantee has the public that this monopoly will not raise prices Is It not human nature to make all the profit possible out of a monopoly Is It not reasonable to expect that the monopoly after cumin at ng the salesmen and aiding their sal ares and expenses to the profit account will seek a further profit by raising prices and lowering wages Is It not reason able rIco to expsct that there wilt be de terioration In quality when the spur of competition no longer compels the manu facturer to furnish the best goods for the lowest possible price In a little book described as an In vestment GuIde and Issued In 1KO by Henry Clews Co bankers I find a list of large corporations together with brief description ot tho business tone aIadvantages secured by consolidation fme Instances an estiniae In given of output of the company as compared with the total product In the United States Let me call your attention to a few ot the corporations organized since ths last Presidential election Trust Formed Under MtKlnUy The American Agricultural Chemical under the laws of authorIbedstock an1 halt preferred It acquired twenytwo of the largest fertilizing concern In the country The American Bicycle Company Incor porated In May In New Jersey with of common stock rnd preferred consolidated fortyfouf of the largest bicycle concerns la the United States The American Hide and Leather Cnm pay Incorporated In New Jersey In May 199 with an capital of 135 000000 halt common stock and half pro ferred controls atout sevenyfive per cent of the upper leather output of coun try The nierlcan Linseed OH Company incorporated In New Jersey In December with a capital stock of KJtrtVAX half common stock and half preferred consolidate eleven large linseed oil corn punks and controls over eightyfive pr cnt of the linseed oil prooertle tn the United States The m rican Steel Hoop Company corporated In New Jersey In April 1835 consolidated nine large steel and Iron companies In Ohio and Pennsylvania capital stock J190000CO common and J14 preferred The American Ship Building Company Incorporated In New Jersey In March H99 with an authorized capital of WJ half common stock and half pre erred consolidated all ship building and kindred Interests on the great lakes American Steel and Wire Company In corporated In New Jersey In January with 500COOOO common stock and JU preferred controls abrut eighty percent of the nail and wire product of the United States The American Thread Company moor porated in New Jersey In March 180J with a capital stock of 112000000 half com mon and half preferred fourteen large thread companies In York and New England NewI American Tin Plate Company In New Jersey In December with 20000000 common stock and 120 000000 preferred consolidated about nlnty theI000000 window glass plants In New York Pennsylvania New Jersey and Indiana contrcUng about thelUnlted000009 a of mills In Rhode Island Massachusetts another places Tb American Writing Paper Company uuuuui Gov RooiQvelt struct a rough crowd Incorporated In New Jersey June 2S9 with KS000COO capital half common stock and halt preferred consolidated numer oils mills producing over seventysix per cent of the output of the United States The Continental Tobacco Company corporated In New Jersey In November II93 with a capital of 100000COO halt com mon stock and half preferred Acquired all the in pttrchasedthecan Tobacco Company In whose Interest It was formed Gant rder l Steel TrotThe Federal Steel Company Incorpor ated In New Jersey In September lB11 with an authorized capital of capital half common stock and half pre erred consolidated the Illinois Steel Company the Minnesota Iron Company the Duluth Iron Range Ry the Elgin JoUst astern Ry and several other companies it owns live docks on the great lakes and a majority of the steam ers and barges used for transporting oresThe International Paper Company In corporated In January 18SS state not given with an authorized capital of common and 115000000 preferred stock consolidated twentyfive pulp and piper mills manufacturing about eighty newspaperEvery suffered from the- papr trust the magazine for instance published the Locomotive Flremnso- rganisation and by a nullappropriation has been compelled to les rleInThe National Biscuit Company Incor Donated In New Jersey In February VSt with 30000000 common stock and 3000ceo preferred consolidated the leading cracker companies and controls in all one hundred and sixteen plant The National Salt Company Incorporated In New Jersey In March with 7009800 of common stock authorized and 15000000 preferred produces about ninety five per cent of the total output of the countryThe Tube Company Incorpor ated In New Jerev In June liar n ial stock of SO005000 half common and Half preferred and controls about ninety per cm J of the output of the United States Th Rubber Goods Manufacturing Com pany Incorporated In New Jersey In January lt3 owns practically all the rapt tal stock of the Mechanical Rubber Com patty the Peeriesii Rubber Company and the India Rubber Company as well aa seventyfire per cent of the stock of Mor gan Wright It also acquired the tire making plant of the concern known as the American Bicycle Company and the American Dunlop Tire Company Author Ued capital stock 50OiO000 half common and half preferred CompanyrnoororatedIKK with a capital stock of nooo consolidated twentytwo large cordage mills The Union Rail and Paper Company corporated In New Jersey In February with 15000C001 common stock andI11000000 preferred consolidated paPIIIIballUnited States Cast Iron Pipe and Foun dry Company Incorpoated New Jersey In March 1K with an authorized capital of 20000000 half cotnnon sock and half preferred consolidated the principal cast Iron pipe companies of the United States United States Envelope Company In corporated In Maine In with an au thorized capital ot nOOOooo and 1000 preferred consolidated ten companies and controls ninety per cent of the output of commercial envelopes Im tile Uhlud book mentioned also gives statistic In regard to several trusts organized prior to among which aro the American Cotton OH Co the American Sugar Ra fining Company thO American Tobacco Company the Diamond Match Company the National Lead Company and the Standard OH Company Nn llhpo from Itepablle During the present administration no honest effort has been made to protect the people from these monopolies The Republican party controls the executive and the legislative departments of the It can enforce the mllenaotthjItepubllcan tion and the Preildenta letter of accept ance taken III connection with the partys record prove conclusively that no rr llef can be hoped fur from that party instead ot pointing out the evils of trusts the Republican leaders spend their In exulting over present conditions Th1trust isa part of present conditions Mr Flint from which t have quoted declared that the alreadyI large corporations was ona of portant features of what ho described sa the present business activity It Itspublican leaders really regarded private monopoly ui an evil If they really In tended toapply an effective remedy tiwry would not hesitate to denounce trusts and suggest means for their extermination but they express far mora solicitude for the corporation than for time people at large One Is reminded of the picture which a mother wnen showed to her boy to Impress upon his youthful mind the sufferings of the Christian Martyrs who were being thrown Into the arena and torn to pectj by the lions The boy looked at the picture for n moment alit then his taco brightened up as he thought he caught the Idea Pointing down Into one point of the picture ho snit Why mamma there is one poor little lion that Isnt getting bit It Is even so wth the Republican leaders Their sympathy goes out freely to any corporation which In their opinion Is not getting ts share but they are not moved by the hardships Imposed by monopolies upon all who are outside of the charmed circle Three sessions tt Congress have convened and adjourned since the Presidents Inaugu ration and yet he has never recommend ed a specific measure looking toward the overthrow of monopolies Paper Money Trust At the opening of the lust session of Congress the Republican leaders pressed through the House and Senate a bill creating a paper money trust and sun rendered Into the hands of the national banks complete control of the national currency Just as Congrers was closing- a farcical and hypocritical attempt was made to deceive the public by the Introduction of an antitrust amendment and an antitrust bill The amendment was nnt necessary and was Intended to de prive the statUs of the power whch they now possess rather than to confer upon Congress new authority This vicious amendment was defeated In the House by the Democrats The Republican lead ers then confessed the amendment un necessary by Introducing an antitrust bill which was supported by the Demo crats but which died In the Senate just as It was expeced to de The Republic thIthe protests urged RpllbllcanItrusts during Ihe campaign and pays back Its obligation by leaving the peo plo at the mercy of the trusts bttween campaigns Let us note briefly the effect of the trusts upon various daises Reference already been made to time commerc- ialTZtUUU VVcUIIU Call traveler the lintel keeper the railroad the llvtryman and the newspaper Tbs KReet of Trusts The lawyers are finding that with the growth nf trusts the business Is gravitat ing toward the offices of the big corporation attorneys while less fortunate pruc tltloncrs are becoming law clerks The actors suffer from the theatrical trust The small manufacturer Is constantly menaced by the trusts not know at what moment some large corporation will attempt to men opollze the business In which he Is engaged and sire him his choice between bankruptcy und partlculatlon In an dustrial conspIracy against tile rest of the country Many have been driven Into the trust organization by the larger con porations engaged In the same business or by trusts formed to control Iron steel tin plate or some other product used as a basis for further manufacture In what business can your ran safely Uvest a small amount of caplul tthfayT If he starts Into any Independent bunre s he will find It difficult If not IVnvwusIM to compete with a large organization It It attempts to undersell him In his ten ritory becaute It can sustnOv tarrrby collecting high prices In other parts of time country If he suppresses his moral objections and takes stock In amon opoly he does not know how soon those In charge may attempt to freeze out the smaller stockholders The merchant Is losing his Independ ence The trust fixes the terms upon which he shall sell and often Linda him by contract not to sell a competing arti cle When the monopoly Is complete credit will be shortened and the mer chant will be compelled to bear all the risk of trade When the trust raises prices the merchant usually has to divide the advance with his customers so far as stock on hand Is concerned but when the trust overstocks the market and then Iota the price fall the merchant must bear the loss on accumulated stock When for Instance the American Steel Wire Company closed several of Us factories a few months ago and threw some six thousand employee out of work It dropped the price of nails anti barbed wire In onter to work on a surplus stock which had acrtimulated because the high prices had lessened the demand Every merchant lost money on the nail and wire en hand There U already overproduction In many 11rowto explain this upon the theory that the people are too busy tp sit down I add that there U also dullness In mayI shoe trade The Iron Age In a istiuc pointed out that the Iron was falling off the decrees then amounting to more than 10000 tons per month Duns report of July list stated that the woolen mills were running tIless than half their capacity ant recently the eotten manufacturers have been threatening to either reduce wages or shut down temporarily Aeconllng DuniI report trie busieees fsllnrr h toI ben greater uurlne each mouth of l than they were during the same months of last year and this ocean In the midst of good crops and when two wars are In progress1 Trot anal ArMtnry Flnetiu llnn The contractor can figure with seine accuracy so long u natural tae control but he cannot protect himself against lb arbitrary fluctuation which are not only possible but probable when a monopoly controls th market The farmer U oue ef the most Import ant factors In our national life Someone baa said to him The hand that guides the plowshare feeds the world Ho Is not a stockholder ID army of the trust but be feeU the extortion prac tired by them alt I am not farming on a large seal but the misleading reports which have been elroulattnl my oat crop Justify me In eollCernlncIcranes to my own experience York Trtliune recently prInted fcom Nebraska te the efleet that just ol t fortyeight hundred bushel dIoats at cents per bunbet supposed be the yield of Im arrrxX and that amount received tar tile outs was more than double the price pntd for the Und The Tribune article tb n proceeded to di late upon the prosperity of the farmer usng cy experience n an Illustration anti ansected that toe farmers of Nebras ka were becomng upuent that they ware joining the Republican party The facts are first That I had five acres of oas Inten of one hundred ant twenty arrrs r i won t That the oats have net yet en tbrobvd so that the yield Is cot known hat selllnr fur less then S tents In Chicago Instead et 30 tentS tn Nebraska ami fourth That tilao land vpon which the oats were lalMu cui uer un acre Instead eo t If wueu threshed my outs y0Id41 bushels to the acre and I sefl them n Nebraska for n cents per bushel the total Income from the live rIen the cast of pawing sewing harvesting and threshing the net Income from that five acre tract will tinS exceed four percent on the money invested I do not mesa to jadgo others by my own expert pure but I mention the teats In this case to show hew the Republican popera ex ancerate the farmers prosperity and credit a Republican administration with gocd crop mazing no allowance for tho crop failures which occur from time to time UertliM at rats Pnxlmti But while on the oat question let call attention to the stallsics given meI the Investment guide already referred According to Henry Clews II Co the Average prices received by farmers for oats during the seven years beginning wPh IMS and ending with IKS were all follows itfl 294 324 ltiS IM lISt UT 1W7 MJ UIS KS ISM 219 Ac cording to those fgurcs oats averaged 25 cent a bukbel during the four year of Sir Clevelands administration and only cents per Mi hal during the three years of Mr McKlnleya administration the present star Is not yet e0plee but oats are at the present tlcie below the to the same authority the average prices received by the farmers for corn were as follows S86 ISM 4S7 Ut W4 215 21S IWS KI lilY 80J making an average of about S05 durnc the four years of Mr Cleve lands administration and 2XI during the three years of Mr McKlnleyi admlh1 ration the fourth year Is not yet com plete but corn is at this time abox t ttsIaverage Wheat according to the same aJthr ity broiirh to the farmers the fallowing lnre H M IWI 491 IMS 9 jtf IS97 W A2 SS4 showing a hlgr er average during the last three years than during the four precedingthe- fourth year U coniplne but wlieac is now above the average According to the same authority cjlton planter received the following Prices IIS 609 4C 759 ISM 68 18I 50 475 75 showing a higher average during the four years of Mr Clevelands administration than during the three years uf Mr McKlnleya admin utratlonthe fourth year Is not yet room plete but cotton U now above the aver age Price Taking these four staples of agricul ture It will be seen that three out of four have not on tho average brought as much return to the farmer under the present administration ss under the previous ad ministration lint the fourth product wheat Is more Influenced then any other farm product by foreign ArtVMiice In conditionIWhen however the use his income In the purchase of the ne cessaries of life he finds that the trusts have raised prices He must pay more for lunibcr nals wire barnes hardware stoves and agricultural Implements More flto for oil sugar clothing furniture uponhisfederal taxation tt the parent calculate how long It will take u farmer to become Independent under present conditions let him con trast the lot Of the farmer with the lot of the man who profits by governmental thwlploltilet him answer the question time young man Abealom safe Hair time farmer son er the farmer himself any reason for giving support to the Ke publican nurtyT numbehounlmprovlthe one rt a share of theprocoedaof hta toll And not why noit Republican amen mat the woiknz man hn a Full Dinner pall I ask In the first place whether a full dinner pat la all that a laboring man tieedsT It Is an insult to the wage earner to say that his thoughts are en tirely centered upon his physical wants Republican speakers and editors assume that the Icboiing man Is all stomach They act upon the theory that he corn pans arty when he Is hungry and la happy wtesavtr his hunger U appeased The Pull Dinner taU If a full dinner pall were the only thing desired and If every laboring man had plenty to eat It would itlll be necessary for tho Republican party to show some connection between Republican policies and the laboring mans toot supply It bountiful crop come to the farmer ho- does not thank a Republican ndmlnlitra tlon It a famine abroad raises the price of farm products here the farintr does bringingunpromlsed Ir crease In the gold supply gives any respite from financial stringency can the Republican party claim credit The question U not whether the laboring man la able to exist Under present conditions but whether he Is en Jrylng his share of the blessings of the country and of the protection of the gov ernment Compare the laboring man with tIme trust magnate and see fares the bet at the hands of whlcbI publican party Enquire also the laboring matms Income has Increased spellI man was prosperous and even If that prosperity could lif traced to Republcan lecliUtlun still the laboring man Is a citizen and theIcannot to tarter away luture security he can not afford to sleep while hu Industrial independence In bring destroyed Neither can be be enticed Into an Imperialistic trap no matter how well the trap may be busted with food During tbe lat campaign laboring men vere threatened with Idleness by em royers who desired to coerce them Into the support ot the Republican ticketMany of them were told not to return to work unlcis the Reaublleuns were suc resiful at the polls After the election rente of these employer closedsloan tnelr licp and other reduced wages If advances have teen made In any branch of Industry since ISM rememn ber that some advance was necessary to compensate Corn reduction which occurred utter the last election tnerrimt In IKOo A firm In the City of Washington an nounced shortly before the election n that t would not be able to continue In butlnrss if I was eevteu it wvnt Into bankmitey Immediately after aloe tion notwithstanding the fact that Its poUTilerItniltrldntlnn iny be renortrd to again M fal II a business man feels justl tid In bntdnr out the prospect of his own bankruptcy In order to Influence voters he cannot complain It his credit orn like steps tu collect their accounts NTre the election In orderrto avoid a pofklble Inra The ClgoTtmes Herald of Septem er 1 coniilmM a special dIspatch from Indianapolis setting forth tbe complaint fade by the anthracite cool miners In the dispatch I read the following state irent made by one of the miners It Is merely a quettlon whether th men would lane to ilrath at work or starve In Idle ness The dispatch also contains theIfollowing figurcn In regard te wages to have been furnished by a member of the national beard of the Untied Mine Worker of America vlxt Average dally tvuKes received Ly miners i23 average wage of cay men at mnts 90 cents And In th statement to the public giving his reanons for callliiR out the miners lresiIdent Mitchell of the United Mine ers sass Tbe average wages of the anthracite miners for many year has been less than vjinually Ltthe parent calculate tn annual Inoome at a mner and figure out If he can how the miner is going to keep himself and support his tamlly under present con ditions and then let the parent ask him self whither he Is wIPing to hAve his ran take his chances with the miners la It due to natural or to human laws that the prMur r of wealth ftros so noortv while the man at thelndo ramonoDoIy seuures ku mui All MimnpollMAM Iliad Thoie who attempt to dlvldti private monopolies Into good monopolies and bail monopolies will never make any progress toward the overthrow pi the tcustv Tber Is no good monopoly In private bands time never was and never win be u lIt all tho advancement In clvtltzatlon tnaa Is still too selfish to be trusted with the absolute control with that which hU fallows trust have Tbe Republican party tes no remedy for the trusts Publicity is good but publicity alone U not sum cltnt The practices oj the trusts must not only bo made known they must be prevented The Democratic platform contains a drnand for legislation which will place trust made articles on the free list There is no doubt that uch a law would protect the people from much of time extortion which is practiced underc- OVer high tariff laws if a tariff duty excludes the foreign product while domestic manufacturers combine to ralso the price of horn product the American citizen may be plundered here while the trust sells abroad In competition with the world It may not be out of place to suggest thai I Introduced a bill eight years ago providing for this remedy but we are not willing to stop at one remedy we desre to apply every remedy within the potter of the state and federal goy crnments Congressional action Is not necessary to destroy a trust which con tines Its operations to a slngla city or a single state Such a trust can be exter inItiated by state legislation It la with in the power of the state to prescribe the conditions upon which corporations shall be organized and these conditions should be such us to make a private monopoly place limitations upon outside corpora ations doing business within the stats This however Is not sufficient Con gress must cooperate with the state I- n1IlInll tho oraanUatton ot any Inter rCj state monopoly Without ImpIIIn the present authority of the state COnST can provide that corporations organized In any state shall not do business outsM of the state until certain necessary con dltlons are complied with It the peopl of allY state are willing to create and othjas the monopoly is confined to the nUtte In which tho rorporulou originates Hut the moment n rronopoly croisoa the stAle ormgtesahssthe Protection of the public at large It a corporation organized In New Jersey or any other state were prohibited from en paging in InterMute cornmrrc until It proluced evidence to show that there was no water In Ita stock and that It hart otlemptingtopower to do harm would at onco bo de stroyel An honest corporation enjnged JoltSintect them anti the public frm the InllIa trtal highwaymen who commit larceny upon a grand scale ThoM who desire tlie annihilation of lime trusts or not ptsun created by lAW and railed a con nnijitlau to trample upon the rights of the natural man of fiejn and blood If the nantrad corporation supports the Republican party tie ought to be able 12 appeal support to the Godmade man tiv Rllrf r llserntnatlooa THe rallrnad have by dmcrimlaatlona mil rebates materially s44s4 In helM Inr up monopolies At one time the Standard Oil Company hag a contract sUit a rallruid whfroby It wIt only en- Joyed lower rates than Its ImP tJln pMUmertw commission has repeatrdJy asVsd for leg station which would empower tIme rommlralon tu protect the pnoll bnt Ian Republican party limes turned s deaf oar to ttltre appraln- HI generally arsumed that tile bank err will cooperate with Irin tmit In prevailing remedial leghlatlon but the banVer himself la apt to fall a victim of this policy of concentration Some are already unclng the eslabllsbment ef branch tank and when the brand beak Is eitkblUhed It will U stub to run alt the other hank out of busnsa Kvea now the Molaton of tevtral gear itnao cia Initltull n In New York under the influence of one group of fliuncle ra bosnmItemptlogtsr how allurln lbs linmnllato prcwpect every citizen will find It to hi pem nent advantage to ahl In tIc onrh row of the monopolist prlnolplr unl In mba reeitablUhment of the Ituluitrial systnm upon a bull of Just e CIte the buy a chance and let success be th reward of merit The attempt of the R p SVcai party to largely increase our inlMUf establIsh bent suggests chamber Irujrl li your son sate when now W ftii ar obtr lut ed for the Ideals cherried dutnx the past century ansi wten ttt dI141 of tree Is accepted n3 an iirvrlran doe trine fp to Ihlj lime we have eoemiraced eelfnee und the art we hn e proclaltood lie adTanlacea of peace and have preached liD compel o love What will be tts eftt upon the ciaraetar of future ctneratimm It Wit enceurag the prnfotstonal soldier at the txjtnm of the elvlllaa sued t1ch the creed that might can create right ItanCT of Vtntarliro Is your ron snJo when a large mllltarr establIshment Is being IuUt up to pro tect lynJlontca orcanlsed to develou slatant lamli When Mr HoKInlry was In augurated there were only 2MXU soldisre In the regular army In December I Itthe Irrnldimt retfuJlmonded that the standing rmy W lnrre iaed to lonooo mnA Itepublran house nf ItnvrmtnUtlves prompt to do his tlddliri JIIU ed a bill and this was oIOila after the treaty or peace was signed end before hatllltlit broke out In Manila Why did we need such an arriy IriMlWr the prospectus issued by the rhlllMrine lumber ansI De velopment Company will expliln The company has an cltke If Ike Merrhnnlar1 Loan A Trust l u Mine UI Adams attest Chicago The pnwwetu says Negatl aliens are pemlltw fur limber rights and suites valuable iirnh r rightshave alITten securnl and neipittailiitu for others are rapidly approaching completion No other company onn compeitwlth thli one Ill getting n first foothold In the slaml arid for verul years nt It this earn pany will toe ahead of all competitor It also quotes from an article In American Lumberman In vhlch the following Unllkn moat thjcountries the labor proMem Is solved by the Chinese labor which plentiful and fall irood The capital lit may see an ailvantagm In mllllarlank and imperialism bu where la the shoe Ing mans shore He will furnish sons t for the army and will help tu pay the expenses of war brt h has no paint aa the profits As some onus hs expressed It hia lot la to Die for tho dividends of Dlvw Is your Kin ate when tht dortrtne of equalliy before the law Ii repodlatntl ano1Iwhen the nrginmcnth vnlth bavo ever beams used In support of klpTcTift are relied Into justify tnsnllrn without represent tloni and government without the eon sent of the governed Many have tfvttt their support tn an Impcrlullstla policy without Mly renllsrK bat pp rlalbm means Mr nompers JTeeUIrnt ot the KedcratTon of Ijtbor lit hi report made to the insanlaatlon lie Doccinlwr wants the Ltrtorn man t beware or Ihe tingerc of Imprrallum mind rays Hut tw nentb It all there the purposa of thou who hiretu t faith In the prcci lea of our republIc Ihoie who have no confidence In or reliance upon the honor honesty and staLIUty ot our people ansI our terra of got ernrrentv nO who aim to erwst a throne cf dcspotlstn upon the turns nf freedrm vhas Initiatory stop Is a lag stanJInK army and who irth mMlnrUra rampant hooo to crush out the memory of and the aiplraion fr true liberty antI freedom for all our people Appeal to Vrenem Whether this nation shall be looked up on as a Lafayette alilng others to obtain their freedom and enjoying their grati tude or aa a Lord Cllvo tailtnlug a hateful sovereignty upon a weaker peo pie and recelviig Imtrwl In return Is a question which you mus help to deride Let me borrow n story which has already been applied to the present situation A mea passed along a srtet of a great city unmindful of the inerchtniis piled on either side he sought out a bird store and purchasing n number nf birds opened their cites allowed then to fly away When asied why ha thus wasted his money ho replied I was once a captive myself and It gives mo Joy to t a the means of setting any captive trot This nation hn beers a liberator It LInt secured the freedom cf Its own peo pie and front that day on has furulahed the whlali has lead to the over throw of monachcal rule In many na lions Let U not falter noif It b prob able that the KCOC9KO paid to Sj iln can be secured from time I ililno but vt n U it cannot It Is better to consider that sum as a contrlbuMon to t spread on the doctrine of solfffovernmcnl than ta regard It a part payment upon the pus chase price of people or their lands Citi- rens countrymen you stand by the side of the rage you cannot avoid rspnnsi uitivi will you open too door or shut tit