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Digital page images are linked to the text file. z i r SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY KT 1 H YEARnrN J VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 519009 A biN062 tit i To The Democracy of Lincoln r the State of Kentucky And The Nation CHAU OUCIIAKU Oct QENTLFJIENAttarar long silence I deelre to glvo a word of warning to tho law and ordcr loving pcopli t throughout tho Stnlo and Nation A republican porsonulfriend has rovcal e4 to mo a secret which however li no secret to any reading man and ob servant one Their plan IB to levy eon trlbutlont upon the thousands of post raastere storekeepers giingors United States marshals clerks In departments Senators and Congressmen truste and monopolies for an enormous olectlon corruption fund to buy tho presidency IovernorIdiana This venal sum will probably reach 25000000 millions of which all that Is necessary Is to bo used In the State of Kentucky for tho purchase of tbo electoral vote of tho State and j moro especially tho ufllco of governor of this State Not only the political naItlont this Stato their neck aio Of tho lOOOOOconsplrators nsiatslns and murderers of Gov Goobel not one would be hunt not one would be pun ished If the republican nominee for governor should bo elected The man who fired the shot will bo pardoned the guilty convict In Jail at Louisville would be pardoned and the vile mis creant who was too haetlly murderous even for Taylpr could walk forth from a prison which bo should never bavu seen After conviction atGcorgetown all his thoughts and looks and stretches should have Leon upward with nothing to obstruct bis vfew but the gallows beam But as that bloody con conspirator desire a new trial I am willing be should be granted a new trial with the understanding that Col Welch Is to croisoxamlno him and 1 proicauto him and If wo do not obtain the death penalty he can go scot free from Scott tree Now tome may think my estimate of the guilty Is too large Dut such Is not tbo case The man who tired the shot tbOM proicpt aiding and abcttlngtbose who advised it to bo done those who approved or the bloody deed before and lnca the act are all guilty Those who knowing the felony to have been committed and received relieved com forted and aitUtcd tbo felon aro guilty at accAstorlcs after the fact and aro lia ble to severe punishment There aro more then 100000 men more or lee guilty Gov Mount oft Indiana Is Iullly and when the democratic gore ernor Kern of that State is elected this fall then requisition papers should be sent for Mount and bring him to Kentucky and gl7e him a fair trial and a strong pull Gov Kern says ho Is going to surrender all fugitives from justice democratic and republican The republican party as a whole are all guilty of assassination To prove this let facts be submitted to n candid world The bloody murderer on bis atrocious minion stops at London and communlcatee tho fact to a circuit judge and county attorney When ho leaves they Immediately communicate the Information That Goobel go Ins to be killed and Taylor has a par don written out for the man who Is go log to kill him After the horrible deed is done gloated over approved of and confessed by the bloody murderer like a beast of prey ho goes back to bis mountain fatness and In tho Tem ple of Justice ho Is met In the aisle bU bloody hand Is grasped with Joy and exultation and with thu excla mation tlHov are you Jim I am glad to see you I want to congratu late you on what you did down at Frankfort What had Jim done What be said In the amo town ho was going to do of course Why such ebullition of Joy Why each heartfelt congratulation so eagerly expressed In the language of Shakespeare Three great oathtmud not mako me believe It was became the rodhanded murderer hid teen hl d on while itt Frauhforu No gentlemen It wits bccaum the bloody conspiracy and fiendish murder were known to and approved of by me party If circuit judges and county nttormx will bid the cruel murderer Godwed on hla lIe lllfoib mission ana i oxcircnlt jndire wil ctmirrarutaio him on bill return do you nut know ttmt u republican governor would pardon eVe cry guilty map though U would tike him and his secretary of State tbo first year of his administration to write out and sign the pardufl It takes avery Ignorant man to belong to such a party who does cut mv tau ii tue befuru the people or a vent bad man who knows tLo ieeuuatnd jrcfcrs wioog to right murder and nswscnatlon to peace law and order Gentlemen as tssrajerf ns men for law and order you mutt all po to the polls and vote against such ft dlro calamity to tHs Commonwealth Wo had one radical iuvurnor That Is enough for the nprt thousand care Law lib erty anu jUtlco u4 stand uo more Now gentlemen In regard U W J Bryan did this country or any othur in this world ever produoj a man be fore who makes a thorBicd speeches on the Issues fiboday and clothes them In a thousand dllerenl attractive i garbs Clay Webster Calhoun Drceklnrldge none or the Marshall could do it nono of tho former prcsl dents not oyen Jefferson could do it I Thu Emperor of Germany has a thou sand suits with which ho clothes his body 12 times n day W J Dryan has aa inexhaustible reservoir of Ideas and he can present them to an admiring people In n thousand now and faeclna tlngrobes A must remarkable man the most remarkable tho world oversaw What a model president ho will make Now In concluding this rather lengthy article I want to say to tho as sassination organs That an indictment docs not mako a man guilty No but n man Is generally mighty guilty before he Is Indicted Conviction dues not mako a man guilty but ho la gen orally mighty guilty before ho Is con victed Allow mo to congratulate the Ivratioii JOUUNAL on the tremendous blows It is striking FONTAINE Fox BOUUITT K NGSVILLE The sick aro Improving A fireman and brakeman came near being sulTocated In tbo tunnel recently They are talking of making a cut out of tbo tunnel The Lexington Morning Democrat is much liked by those who havo seen It here Thanks to the editor tor com pllmentary copies Dr J L Allen of Danville delighted his former congregation hero with several days service closing Sunday evening The church is at present without a pastor It has never been It self since Dr Allens withdrawal Your correspondent not believing In monopolies and realizing that the 1 J could procure a much better and more experienced correspondent In our town has hesitated somewhat about coat in uing but having received encouragement from the right sourceappreclalca it and will continuo to the best of her ability to noto Item of local interest Exciting Idjldent just wont occur here however at least rarely and then the telephone gets In ahead of us and so what ono to write about We might possibly Indulge In poetical ef fusions and quote or misquote Shakes peare for your correction but will considerately forbear Mrs Fannie E Carey and daughter IIImo Carey have returned from a protracted visit to Lebanon Junction Desirous of resuming housekeeping Mrs Carey Is about to rent Mr F M Howe vacant storehouse It being positively the only vacant house in town every dwelling being occupied Mrs W R Cundlll Is qulto sick and has adjourned her school this week Sebastian Chovoleilo has returned from his work on the railroad and Is spending few days with his auntMrs Pennybacker recuperating from his recent indisposition Mrs B C Pen ny backer and daughter Miss Gertrude Iponta few days last week with her son C M Pennybacker1 at Lexington Mr D P Dlceen and baby of Somer set visited her mother Mrs Penny backer lust week Mrs Teresa Duun and brother Clarence returned from a several weeks pleasant visit In Grant county Jesse Hukel of Lexington was with relatives here a few days since G A Walter visited his slater Mrs Williams at Lexington last week K W Crelghton visited J W Boland at Burusldo last week GAME NEAH DYING for three days and nights I sutlercd agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers say M E Lowther clerk of the district court Ccntcrvllle Iowa I thought should surely die amid tried a dozen dif ferent medicines but all to no purpose I sent for a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy and three doses relieved me entirely I went to sleep and dd not awake for eight hours On awnicninit a few hours ago I felt so grnllfir that the tint work I do on going to the uillco Is to write to tine tunnufac nror of this remedy and otter them my ratefiil thank and Gnu bless you nod tlio splndlil medicine you make friirt renl lf Iii fur rule br Craig A Hock err UrligcitOne roundtrip to Lexington via Southern Railway account Lexington trots greatest harness racing In the South Tlckfts on solo Oct Iln 13 in uluslve nikul to return until Oat 15 Souihrrn liullwhv has three dally runs betweeu Loulovillo and Laxiog ton For further particulars Inquire of nearest agent of Southern Railway S T Swift Passenger Agent Lexington Ky Wm H Tayloe Asst Genl Pass Agent Lgulsvillo Ky MILLIONS GIVEH AWAY oronenniuwpilonCnughe hUllIIbII andLung shMefuuded The present republican Congress at omeesIwere not specified bring the total to 87258 07801 This sum does not Include the amount expended for special commie and confidentlaleervlceselons NEWS NOTES Tho total subscription to the storm sufferers at Galvcaton Is 878104303 Returns from tbo Georgia election indicate a democratic majority of 60 000 Fire at Wllllnmsport Pa caused a lose of 8300000 Several firemen were InjuredLorenzo Williams 15 was fatally shot by his brother Ray 7 wbilo play log with u pistol at Henderson The curators of Kentucky University have decided to establish a law school with ex Goy Bradley as president Tbo Door captured n convoy of 22 wagons They also derailed a train killing five Uritlsh and Injuring 10 Kid McCoy the pugilist has bought a Ono farm near Saratoga Lake N Y and will uee It for his training quar tersTbo Christian county grand Jury failed to Indict J D Ware for shooting Dr Plnor tbo Methodist preacher at- Hopklnviile At a Negro dance near Bcattyvllle Dollar Hargis almost cut oil the head of Rosa Scrivner because tho latter danced with her husband Because of the consolidation of tele phone companies at Ellzabcthtown all the merchants have ordered the Instruments removed from their stores Heathen Moore of the Blue Grass Blade demurred his case out of the U S court which held that while it was blasphemous and vulgar was not obscene WInfield Townsend alias Floyd a Negro was burned at the stake at Eclectic Ala for assaulting Mrs Lon nil Harrington Mr Harrington ape plied the torch At Wblteavllle George Brooks aged 83 after careful preparations for death took a deco of morphine and ended his existence A noto was found clutched in his finger In which be said he had lived long enough Tho case of Henry Youtsoy charged with being a principal In tbe murder of Gov Goebel was continued at Georgetown until today on the plea ol tbo absence of mountain witnesses call ed for the defeuse A stove trust if now In process of for mation Representative of 400 con corn are to be present at a meeting in Chicago Oct 16 Options have already been secured on 200 plants Tho trust will bo capitalized at 800000000 Tbe anthracite region la still quiet and another regiment of soldier has been ordered to return home Tbo strikers aro still refusing to return to work and olllclals of the union say only about 5000 men In the entire region are working The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of tho L ft N railroad company resulted In the reelection of the old board of directors President Smiths annual report showed gross earnings of 82774237889 the largest on record The net earnings were 10138027 GRADED SCHOOL Inasmuch as there U some misunder standing relative to the graded school proposition which Is soon to be submitted to the voters of Stanford the board of trustees make the following statement The tax Is submltteJ under the provisions of the school law and Is for tho purpose of running a 10 months school with a graded course of study and a flrstclass uptodate teacher In charge of each grade Tbo law gives the board of trustees tbe right to es tablish a graded course of study including tho higher branches Many of the best schools of thle State are grad ed on this plan We propose to do tbe same thing and shall not cease until Stanford has one of the best graded schools In Kentucky No town can be considered up to date or progressive that has not a good graded school Why then should Stanford stand eilll and allow a few disgruntled citizens to keep her behind the times in tbe march of civilization The graded school is tbe only school that offers a thorough systematic education to the youths of the land Let every cltlen who be lieves In higher education and systematic instructions vote for the tax to make this school Do not be deceived by persons who would make you believe that the board of trustees dont Intend to make a graded school Respectfully submitted to tbe voter of District No W D OOannon chairman T D Newland and A C Sine What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In eflcct For nip by Craig Jr Hooker Druggists r A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and way be cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggist Oldbam county farmers have combin ed and have practically a corner on or chard grass seed RED HOT FROM THE GUN aye the UU that bit U a Steadman of Newark Mich In the Civil War U caused horrible Ulcer that no Irpatraeni helped fur year Then llticklfna Arnica tialre cured hint Cum Cult UrulKtllurni UoIU Felon Cora Skin Erup lion 1lle euro on earth 21cia Cure guaranteed Soldbf Ieony Druggut HUSTONVILLE Squiro L B Adams Is very The National Bank has bought of the Kauffman heirs tho building now occuplcd by the postofilcc for 8300 The Misses Adams will hovo their fall opening of millinery next Tuesday and Wednesday Oct 0 and 10 Yoi are cordiallv InvitedtoMiss Mary C Carpenter has returned from Colorado and will take charge of the music class here Miss Ada Cun ningham leaves Friday for New Liber ty where she will teach French and Latin Several nights ago Mr June Hocker delightfully entertained friends at the pretty homo of his parents About eight couples were present and they report a moat enjoyable time Tho dainty supper having been fully appre elated the young people spent the rest of the evening In conversing and play lag various funny games A few of her most intimate friends were Invited by Miss Katherine Baugh man to celebrate her birthday with her on Monday night The congenial party after dismembering the birthday cake and rejoicing over their surprising finds II which betokened what their futures would be spent the fleeting hours of the evening in guying each other and playing amusing games May each succeeding year brine the young lady a happy birthday Really Hustonviilo Is a most enter prising town Lo after many years of standing the familiar corner store by the post otllce has succumbed to the ravaging weapons of carpenters and he classic ruins Uo scattered on the ground but like Truth though crushed to earth twill rise again In tbo form of o storeroom and bank be low and a town ball above that Is when the present postotllce shall oleo have been torn down In order to give sufficient space for the projected new buildingIbeen awapging agate and she says one of their number is about to leave them and being the first to steer Into matrl monys deep waters the club accord ing to solemn compact must provide his stateroom with a handsome set of furniture No wonder that the boys look glum and that unwonted anxle ty leaves ungainly strides on their hltbertuunfurrowed brows for the wheels in their heads will have to work and so will their hands in ordtr to provide the requisite A certain set of girls and boys aro not ready yet to say The melancholy days are come the saddest of the year etc On Wednesday this merry party started out with uncomfortably tight lunch baskets to explore tbo mystorl ous knob forests in search of luscious persimmons and to take defensive measures against certain chestnut strongholds by commanding the Negro plcaninnlea to keep away until old Jack Frost shall have rousted the brown chestnuts from their prickly forts when this same elite of Hustonvllle will come again to the woods and carry oil the ripened nuts IN MEMORIAM Mr I S Phillips who died at hie borne in Lincoln county Sept 22 1000 was burled In tbe Goaben cemetery Funeral services were held at Gosben church by Eld J G Livingston He was in the 60th year of his age and a devoted member of the Christian church He possessed many wise traits of character which were truly admira ble one of which was his kind and am table temper and disposition His great kindness of heart and gentleness of manner bound him to his wife and chil dren with the strongest ties of nffeo tlon and tenderness His faith and hope was triumphant often telling his loved ones he was ready and willing to- go He was a great sufferer for eight years and longed for rest butt bore his sufferings patiently He was an affcc tonata husband devoted fuher and kind neighbor Grieve not for be Is gone only a little sooner than we God ylvelh and God taketh away but only for awhile In tbo eternal reunion he will be ours forever wltb no thought of parting He Is now sleeping no more pain and suffering onlyrest sweetrcst Ho leaves a wife and four children who have the sympathy of many kin dred and friends May God be their protector and guide and all meet again In that blissful beyond where no more suffering and no parting tears are shed From home of love and fond em braces The weary one Is called to rest And henceforth In heavenly graces His spirit whispers back tis best II A NIECE DEAFNESSCtNNOTDECORED Ili toe alpll Alloo a they cannot reach the dl Mated portion of the ear There only one way to cure deatncei and tint It by tonsil utlonal rein tdlei leafne al cauicd by an Inflamed modi lion oflbelOucollIl1lolf ollbe EiutachUn Tube When thli tube la Infliuiel yon Iurea rumbling when It l entltel- yrlowdlkafneabahoteavlt and unleae the In Damnation can be taken out end thl tube rettor td to ita normal condition tearing will be destroyed cases out of ten are caused by tarrh which la nothing but an Inflamed condition of the surfed We will gtreOne11undrdDollars for any owe f Deafness caused canot be cured by halts Catarrh Cur tiend for circular tree h J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Sold DnuglMi W- ellalla Family nil Ire the beet At Lexington Wednesday Walnut Hall won the twoyearold Futurity Game Boy the 212 clogs pace and Geor Heanna the 212 trot- S LANCASTER M E Burton of Somerset sold 21 cattle to G B Broyle of Harrodeburg at 300 Miss Bcrtlo Hilton has returned to our city which Is gratifying to her many friends Homer liaison la In Kansas City seeking a location for the practice of his chosen profession In which bo is qulto learned Mr Aaron Simpson and Miss Annie May were married on Wednesday and Mr Alonzo Coovert and Miss Mattlo Trower on Tuesday The marriage of Mr J T Palmer a popular and enterprising citizen to Miss Lula Burke an attractive young lady is announced for Oct 10 Messrs T B Robinson John W Flowers and William Herndon havo been appointed election commissioners for Garrard county and they aro three good citizens A license was Issued on Wednesday for the marriage of Mr J C Eubanks of Lincoln county to Miss Jennie Per kin of this county The parties are popular and well connected County Clerk Duncan reports that 9352240 worth of claims were allowed by the court on Tuesday Of this amount 82050 Is the amount of salar les including turnpike commissioners who have discharged their duties faith fullyG M Patterson went to Cincinnati this week Mr James Mtlburn of Stanford is miller at Ed Minors mill and Mr Newton McNees of Berry Is in the same capacity at Wards Both being experienced we will not want for good flour A long procession of relatives and friends followed the remains of Mr Hiram L Powell to Lancaster cemetery on Tuesday afternoon where fu neral services were conducted by Rev J E Wolford of the Baptist church The community extends sincere condolence to the bereaved family several of whom are doubly afflicted being very sick of fever Joe Faulconer is with H M Ballou tt Co grocers Jesse Arnold is on the sick list Judge Hempblll is In Paducah Ed Minor Is In Louisville Prof Yantls of Kansas la hero wltb friends and relatives Mrs Trimble of Georgia was tbe guest of Misses Sallie and Mottle Elkin Charles W Friable is In Louisville James Mc Querry of Iowa is the guest of his brotberlnlaw W T West T J Hammond and family will move to Lexington taking with them the good wishes of this community Miss Cora Harman of London is tbo guest of her cousin Mrs R G Ward More oratory and enthusiasm was on tap at the Gilbert club on Tuesday night than ever before and the num ber of members was morn than doubled Chairman J E Robinson presented large piutures of Bryan and Beckbam to the club Ho Messrs Swlnebroad Davidson Hamilton Grant Slier and others made rallying remarks A promlnect colored man named Leave joined the club Let every democrat attend at the courthouse next Satur day night Clubs will be organized at Paint Lick and Bryantsville Saturday afternoon and help to swell the party favoring a free government lodepend ent of military rule Mr R E Hughes formerly of this city has been appointed bytho execu Live committee of the 23th Triennial Conclave of the Knights Templars cf America to beheld In Louisville next August us one of two managers of a press bureau to give to tte newspaper of Louisville of Kentucky and every metropolitan paper In the country all the news connected with the progress of the work of the committees having in hand tbo coming conclave HIs as sociate will be Mr C C Owsley who was city editor of the News while he held a similar position on the Commercial Mr Hughes friends are delighted to hear of his appointment to this highly honorable and lucrative posi tlODIThe ladles of the W C T U called on the city council on Monday night and presented through Mrs W 0 Bradley petition of name asking for a more rigid enforcement of the law against tbe unlawful sale of whisky and other offenses City Attorney W I Williams explained how dilllcult Ills to convict when many witnesses swear falsely Various suggestions were made and the council took the matter under consideration Tbe plans most favored are to put two good night men on duty or let the citizens go In a body in daylight and proclaim the unwritten law to keepers of the whisky dens telling them if they dont close up they will be closed by force This has been done elsewhere and it seems to be the only remedy here There will be no one hurt nor will anv ono be convicted of a crime while seeking to prevent that which the law prohibits Berry HowarJ under Indictment for complicity In the assassination of Wm Goebel headed a republican parade of rough riders at Plneville Ho was the most conspicuous figure In the days demonstration on behalf of the republi can candidates Korapralns swellings and lameness there is nothing so good aa Chamberlain Pain Balm Try ItFo sale by Calg sit Hocke Druggists a MOTHERS 11 ofBoysarid every facility for examining it Bring Your Boys In Our Fall Lines are complete in every depart ment Repairings 4r IT PAYS TO TKADE AT THEfYour money back It youro not satUfleJ Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobnian C- oNEWSHOES N The Buell Boote the Forward B tutee the Honker Booteli New Shoes For Ladies T Black Tan and Patent Leather Childrens Shoes of all lindr School Shots eir Underwear Dress Goods Ladle Cloaks Mens Boys and Childrens Clothicg 3rpels and Mattings and everything In Groceries JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky h Trusses I of T Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig locker Stanford A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY close estimates on work and iguarantee perfect satisfaction as to work material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for- whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that have been in business hereaI carry a full stock of Doors Sash= Blinds Metal Roofing Rough lund Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered ANNNNNiNN4NS1 Clothing Rod ftats- At Close To Close Out f Now Is Your Chance To Get iiarrfaln In The Above Lines Geo H FarrisC Co If You Should Get Sic Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines THE INTERIOR JOURNAL =STANFORD KY OCT 5 1900 W P WALTON DEMOCRRTIC TICIET e For Prraidatf1- D7LLIAJ JEXXIXOiillR IAN OJ Ncbrpek For ePCeerier- ADLAI E STEVENSON 01 nlijJ For Gorerstor j c jr BEcjcrrAJr- of til For Cosyrae GEORGE G GILBERT Of Shelby WHEN our career in the role of im perialism Is carefully or oven casually considered it becomes apparent that instead of being a cause for glorifica tion it Is the greatest source of shame Jo our history sod that consistency Is not one of the jewels In our emperors crown The Izlnal cause of the war kith Suuln vvai Its barbarous oppres sion of the Island of Cuba This bad been a stench in the nostrils of hunan ity for many years In all their heroic struggles for liberty the Cubans bud the sympathy and aid of the American people and these were In every case the greatest obstacle in Spains way in suppressing the various Insurrections This American sympathy already ttt a white heat was fanned into a flame by the destruction of the Maine and McKlnley actually forced into war ty tub democratic members of Congress who were the real representatives of the people in this matter The wai was heralded to the world as one of bu manlty the resolution declaring it ex presaly disclaiming any disposition intention to make It one of conquest It was announced that Cuba should am would be free as soon as It was capable of selfgovernment The history of tbi Philippine Islands is substantially thi same as that of Cuba At the time the our sympathy for Cuba exploded Into war the Inhabitants of the Philippines were making the same heroic struggle to throw off Spains yoke of bondage This however was before the days of expansion and it was generally bellev ed that the Monroe doctrine confined our sympathy to the Western Howls phere Had it not been for the fact that a larks portion of Spains navy was stationed Inbe Philippines the war would bave been touch to a flu a ioh and the treaty of peace concluded vfltbout tboso Islands being once con eidA redjTo weaken Spains chances IB the war Admiral Dewey was sent t over to destroy that section of her navy and the retention of the Islands was an thought altogether So the Uni tted States are in this predicament JppalrV bad two colonies On opposite Bides o the world making heroic ef forte to remove the heel of oppression Our sympathy for Cuba warranted a war of assistance in obtaining the de sired end but the Philippines whose inhabitants arsaid by those who know both people well to be more capable of eelfgovtsrnment than the Cubans are to become our serfs It therefore results that our government isdolng exactly what it went to war to prevent Spain from doing and to our shame It must be said that Its course in reference to tnesodld colonies of Spain has been an exact duplicate of the course pursued by Spain We are butchering the Filipinos because they t are struggling for independence and rour officials have been stealing the public funds In Cuba In regular Span Jlib fashion If Spain bad no right to suppress a struggle for liberty in Cuba What right have we to suppress It in 0 the Philippines If U was wrong In pae case It Is wrong in the other It will be remembered however that the conflict was originally a democratic war of freedom and that McKinley con verted it late a republican war of Slav cry and theft From present indica ting it will require perpetual warfare to even attempt to retail sovereignty over the Philippines When our peoj ple consider the great cost of an less war and the Iniquity ofan unjust warlnto which this has developed In numerous particulars besides those mentioned we are comforted with the bleescd assurance that when they vote at the approaching election they will say with an emphatic stamp under the rooster that imperialism Is a crime which they do not propose to encour tJeTilE colored Odd Fellows in great t numbers are In session In Louisville leis fortunate that the meeting didnt occur during the hot such for their odor mixed with thatof the goat would have been a greater burden than the olfactories of the community could have borne Tnt Private Life of the Prince of Wales Is the name of a book soon to be published If the book states all of the facts or even a small part of them It will have to be circulated by the ex press companies for the reason that it wlll be excluded from mails HOIJSON has forlx months leave ot absence Because an oculist has said that his eyes need rest If the Filipino girls bavo kept him as busy r while sojourning among them as our own did before his departure his lips need rest worse than his oycs thatHANSA a great wrong Ho try to mix up the strike with poll finis Ifi bowpyer the strike was itijT the democratic Instead of burtI Oilcan party tie would take re In stlrrlop the mixture THE feecalled honest democrats In the Sixth district met Ib a small hotel In Covlngtoa and dominated Theodore Hallam for Congress The man with a face resembling a cancerous beefsteak made so by long and heavy potations will cut but a poor figure in a race for anything except a bar room Thelaet time he asked to go bojore the people for their suffrages was for State Sena tor against Mr Gocbolf when the great democratic leader hardly let him know he was In the race and he will know less where ho Is at after Mr Goocb gets through with him than then BERRY HOWARD under Indictment for complicity in the assassination or Gov Goebel and a fugitive from jUt tlce headed a company of Rough Rid era that went into Plneville to hear Dill Beckner of Winchester speak on civil liberty the audience befitting the man and the occasion Since Gov Bradley gave Beckner the unmerciful flagellation a few years ago be has be come so mean and miserable that ho had to seek the company of cutthroats and assassins to have any company at all Berea Bill Is to be congratulated on at last reaching his level IT la announced that Gov J C W Bcckham will become a Benedict Nov 21 when tin will lead MlssJean Fuqua of Owensboro to the altar Fortune seems to smile her sweetest smiles on this young man of destiny It rarely falls to a man of his years to be honor ed so signally as ho will be by his fellow citizens next month when his cup of joy will he tilled to overflowing by the hand and heart of one of the fairest of the fair AN effort Is being made to have the United States act as mediator in the entire Chinese trouble Settling the Philippine trouble Is as big a jobas the United States can well undertake to that region at the present time IT is said that the Chinese trouble was mainly caused by a book recenll written by a reformer Teddy Roosevelt on account of a fellow feeling doubtless has great sympathy for the aflllctcd In this trouble IT U a singular coincidence that while the postmasters In the State arc being robbed by the collectors of the republican campaign fund that th e poatoWcca are being robbed by un known persons A STOVE trust Is being formed Hunt up your old fashioned pot hooks and skillets and prepare to go to cooking In tho fire place THAT the licks Carl Schurz is giving the republicans hurt Is shown very clearly by their shrieks and howls SOME LEXINGTON NOTES On Politics Horse Trots Etc LEXINOTON Oct dWhen Judge Jewell made his famous remark that Politics is bell be was on to the pecul iarly torrid variety always on tap here and spoke advisedly as I can bear will log witness What the leaders on both sides do not know of the tricks of the trade In political matters U not worth mentioning and they work then for all they are worth An unsophisticated country man like myself who has always been led to believe that ever body totes fair in politics has his con fidenco In man rudely shaken when be discovers his error and learns things not beretofora dreamed of in his phi losopby Registration Is to begin here tomorrow and I suspect I shall have ocular demonstration of what I have bud a growing suspicion Lexington people or at any rate some of them buoInight to daylight anti I have never failed to see men and some of them gray headed standing on certain corners in squads Instead of being In bed and enjoying natures sweet restorer aIgive me great satisfaction to murder the fools who with nothing to keep them up stay out all night and lose tbe best part of life I have slept les than four hours a day and night since I have been here and I am beginning to long for some quletnook where all the world forgetting by the world for got I could sleep to tbe end of time Tbe people ot Lexington wore treat ed Tuesday to a foretaste of what they may expect at ovary election hereafter If the republican plans are carried out A number of United States deputy marshals two or more from tbe moun tains were on band from tbe opening to the close of the registration brought here to overawe and Intimidate the people by theirdisplay ot badges and show of authority The Indignation expressed on every hand here was loud and deep and showed that the people are thoroughly aroused to the point of resisting In an unmistakable manner the outrage upon their rights as rep henslble as It was uncalled for The killing of the Negro editor and lawyer R 00 Benjamin by Mike Monaban while unfprtu at and to be regretted will cause no teats to flow thornIintime ago If their courage bad beet equal to their desire George Denny was especially hostile towards him for his frequent and bitter criticisms The result of tbo registration in Lexington Tuesday Is very gratifying to tbe democrats It shows a majority In their fuvqrof 240 over the republi cans with it good chance to get at least half of the 239 registered as Indel end cats Rev and Mrs J S Sims called on us at the Phoenix the other night He Is pastor of theHIH street church here and stands very highly as a man and as a preacher Ho U a redhot democrat that makes one more than ever fond Dl him Mr 51ms lies gotten quite j gray but Mrs Sims looks asyoung and as pretty as she used to be when sbQ came to Stanford as a child wife They have one child a boy seven or night years old The city is rammed crammed and Jammed with horsemen drawn thither by the trots which xill last 10 days A great crowd saw Fcrcno win tho 10 000 futurity and yelled itself hoarse but it had little effect on me Col Jim Guest used to say that nobody but a dern fool would go to a trotting race and I thought yesterday I could see where he was right- I am getting a little more reconciled to my Job and I infer that my good frfcnds have been praying for me Keep up the good work An unsophis ticated country rooster who comes to town needs all the help he can get divine and otherwise to keep him in the narrow path W P w POLITICAL H H Rynlcrson of Marion Is a can dictate for Representative ExPresident Harrison after much persuasion has consented to maCe one for McKinley The registration In the various cities and towns does not cause democrats to feel a bit blue W R Hearst was reelected Presl dent of the National Association of Democratic Clubs In convention at IndianapolisMr having evaded the ques sloe whether ho would if elected par don Caleb Powers and Jim Howard Gov Bcckbam wants to know whether U elected he would Issue a rcqulsltkn for tbo return of Fugitives Taylor and FinleyIn speech In the Capitol grounds at Lincoln Neb almost In hearing of the governor Roosevelt accused Gov Poynter of saying that the American soldier is a hired butcher at 815 a month Goy Poynter was quick to de ny the statement characterizing It as an unmitigated falsehood Judge Evans devoted most of his In structlone to the Federal grand jury to the law bearing on the exercise of suffrage by Negroes He called attention to the conviction of alleged violators of the election law last year and said be wanted the jurors to go behind the mere tools and get the leaders of the conspiracy to defraud at the election Old Phil Thompson who used to boa democrat introduced Mr Yerkes at Harrodsburg Monday and thereby proved that his days on earth have been prolonged for a very poor purpose It is unfortunate that death doesnt always do its duty and remove a man before be ruins his whole record and brings himself into lasting con tempt Lexington Democrat The republlcabs are lauding to the skies their Congressional nominee Dr John M Williams In their accounts of his previous life however they neglect to state the only thing which has gained him previous notoriety that wad his being refused license to run a saloon In Louisville A man tbatcant be trusted that far has no buslncts meddling with the affairs of the nation Richmond Climax- A S Stamper democratic elector In the 10th district was bowled down by a drunken mob of armed republicans Sal erevllle who took poesebslonof the platform and shouted for Tallow PanIdemoolumexpiration of which time Mr Stamper gave up trying to speak and Judgo Red wino convened court In order to quell the rloLIMATRIMONIAL Bert Phaup 10 and Minnie Barnard- ll were married In fcLean county John Brown a widower of 5was slLutleFrank Whitehead a farmer living near Milwaukee killed himself rather than get married Rev J H King pastor of Caldwell church and Miss Marie Spears were tbeIlB T Watson the synodlcal mission of Auburn otllclated Advocate Mr King Is pastor of the church at Walnut Flat Mr George H Farris ona of Stan fords best young business men and Miss Janle the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs George D Wcarcn will be married at the brides home here at 1030 Tuesday morning Oct 10 The wedding will be a very quiet affair only relatives of the pair being expected They will go up East for a few days and re turning will be at home to their friends after the 20ih Both are very popular young people and their union will be the result of a courtship of yearsThe following is clipped from a lengthy write up in the Farmers Ad vocate of Hamilton Mo A quiet but beautiful wedding was that of Mr Ew tag Basil HAyden and Miss Harriet Elizabeth Allen at the brides home In this city Wednesday afternoon The house was artistically decorated for the occasion the double parlors being ar ranged with palms and ferns and the dining room with American beauty roses Only relatives and u few lost mate friends were present Tho bride is well known as tbe unarming daugh thoIlllroomcongratulated on winning so fair a bride The bast wishes of a host ori friends accompany the couple OeDj twin B Campbell an attorney 0111wellStates r r r Ladies Fine Donok Pat Tip Button Shoes 2 12 to 4 only 68c Worth 150 LadiesJackets LadiesCapes ChildrensJackets Ladies Walking Hats Dress Goods First opening of Fall Dress Goods Our early display of the correct thing for Fall and Winter is fully up to the standard of former seasons 25 Pieces of new Flannelette from 7jc to S5c per yard Misses Seamless Black Hose 0 to 0 worth lOc sale price lie Ladles Seamless Black hose only 5c Childrens Black or Tan Hose to Is everywhere at lOc our price only 5c Misses Seamless Black fleet o lined hose 15c quality our price only Dc Misses and Boys double knee cxtr heavy fleeced ribbed Hose only 15c Mens extra heavy tray Sock 8c Mens gray wool Socks 23c quality our price only 15c The finding of corpses at Galveston averages 25 per day The police have been ordered to arrest all Idle men SEED WHEAT AND RYE I I hove 1000 buslicla of extra good aced wheat and 300 buthrU of excellent rye tor sale Call and see It 1rlrei reasonable SlOimiS FILED Stanford Ky NOTICE I I ain OTrritocke In onsbilf Inch plar shingle the lauie ahlnglea t hare been sell fur 73 thouund You ran Sad samples of theblngfeiat fhos Herring Maraibury 10 several parties In tanraitcr Aa I wnt the entire lot ol trored from ray by thi lit I have cut uir price o I ahnte M ptr 10 b can MoJanJt In wagon or carload loll A Irani an wagon rat draw from to to W thouund tin load roam I lIarrodlItie Tartlet that cannot one can get nights lodging and team led for tae This stockIsaold PUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY OCT 1C I9OO At 10 oclock we will on the promise ot- A E and It D Logan deceased sell the following property 600 ACRES or FINE LAUD IN BOYLE County three miles from Dnnvllle Ky This U ono of tho finest farm In Kentucky Is in condition to rate hemp tobacco or any other crop It haa been In gram for a number of year and has more good fencing It than any farm Its tlit In the State and- lasuseeptlble of division Will also sell It tine grade cows and lielfora horse mules thoroughbred mare and colti farming Im plements buggy sad other Items tix numor ous to mention Will also sell 10 shares of lock In the Hustonvlllu National flank and two shares hi the Danville News one share In the New Kentucky Central Fair Call on or address II F Logan or A E Hundley Danville Ky or M It Walters Veachdale Ky Executors T D English auctioneer Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON October 2 to 13 1900 75000 in Stakes And Purses The Worlds Best Race Meeting 16000 Futurity ITlleada Oct 3 nsylvania Thursday Oct 5000 Futurity 2yrold Wednesday Oct a 3000 Tennessee Tuesday Oct 3 3000 Walnut Hall Cup Monday Oct 8 3000 Ashland Monday Oct S Hlg Stakes Dully All the Crack horses Daily Concerts by Wubori Famous Hand Unit Rates on till rpllroada It P STOLL Trw Hi W WILSON Secy N GOODS I IN ABUNDANCE The First Fall Showing- At T- heLouisville StoreTruly wonderful is the Looms Wizard Art Never wan there n truer ring to any explanation This seasons patterns show out with splendid edict fresh bright and original designs all admirable combination of beauty and utilityThis week we lift the curtains on a etnck of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes J adieu cud Gent Furnishing Goods Latest designs in Ladies hats Cairo Cloaks and Jackets that any merchant in tho world might well bo proud of For ninny weeks past our buyers have beets kept busy in New York selecting these goods nut every quality that you will find hero this week has pass ed the critical inspection which entitles it to our personal guarantee for durability and satisfaction We have had great stocks before but none so beautiful so trustworthy and so complete as tho ono that is now awaiting your inspection Wo invite you now to rail and inspect our stock whether you purchaso or not This lInt is a felt crown with stitched brim polka dot folded sateen band comes in pearl royal brown and cardinal Tailor Made Dress Skirts- a This is ono Department In which we are particularly wellfixed They are all new nude ol fashionable material and ranging In place from uSe to A big line of re dytnado Wrappers at prices that suit all TWO FARMS FOR SALE Haunt dftWul to ehallC ur Tccillon t wilt aril privatellmy tam en which t lire 84 of a Orebtid icy Tide film Is IIDe land In cool ute olcuUlTMIoalMacm ol river bottom find that It line corn and meadow land talance 80 acne la upland IDIwdladalWlo corn wheat blue gnu and all other trap A brick dwelling eta rooini and cellar a well of splendid trentone water at the door two goo l tenement ofltbliemlof the county AlauaLnuofaboutlOacrNt4mile bowCrab Orchard K on laneasteretnetoppoalte the fa ruoua Crab Orchard Spring Ml In grad with a stork barn and an abundance ot water with neighborhoodAim a nice eottaz In Stanford Ky on Lance ter ttrrel with guairiaterngsr1cn Ac attached tor furlhe oil on or addreu It It JtKOSAtcil Crab irchard Kjr jDrsSlavinPhilliDS OSTEOPATHISTS- Will U In Danrllle tVedutadaysladlFriday Will bt In Stanford Tuesdays Tburtdayi and Sat Ohice In the Innlnfton Ilalldlnf Stanford 01 lice hours W a xl tot r OSTEOPATHY Thl Science originated and detelojwl by Ilr T Still of Kr still Mo del iMli on the princtptaul1I uinyaiid 1bytlulbgy for Its Rno rubbin- gnourgteapeIsranouaauirlaltas ping super ualur Osteopathy views nun sa a noacbln ers many part lit It adjnitment When all arta aiepruptrly adjuttnl and nut orerworktd health ia the result Some of the dltcatci treated Ly uc Nmou rroatrallon headaches Neuralgia Ithtuuiatliiu Catarrh Weak Eyes irmulatcil U t Iloltre Heart Liter and Lung Dixates Conttlpatlon 1ilei iall tftonM UuUrgcd 1rwirate all Slow ace aodandJoints plnalCurvaiura locatloniBtIirJ lnti incontinence Urine locowotur AlaI U remain UUeawa a specialty Consultation Free FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE f KENTUCKY Morse and Mules constantly on baud and for sale at all tlmeA W Logan Wood Manager PublicSaleofFineFarm As agent we will Cillo the highest bid dor On Saturday Octobor 6th 1QOO On the premises Tho Farm of 368 Acros Of splendid DIuoRrusj land belonging to time heir of the late Adam Carpenter Tho farm lies on tho edge of county about S miles south of llustonvllle and ov ry acre Is fcrtlln and tillable On It near tho cen ter of the place U n largu twrostory frame dwelling containing eight roomy and two halls roublestory patch In front and on ell i large stock burn near tho hoiuu and nil necessary ont buildings There are two largo touucco barns conveniently located that will house about acres one third of limo farm Is well set In grass the balance In wheat and corn this year Wutcr U abundant everywhere splendid orchard of delected can be divided as to have n good tenement house on one taco tho mansion on the other 1artles wishing to examlnu It will bo shown over It by tho who live upon It Seeding privileges nowI fun poisesslou Jan Terms very reasonable will bu made known on day of salo Palo promptly at 10 oclocic J W HOOKER EDW AWORN KySh Ladies and Gents- Underwear In this line wo are bettor equipped than wo have ever been at a pries that will make them move Seo cur now Derby Tlo for high band collars lint Wing Club Tit Scarf Ac Ladies l Dress Skirts at 98c Carpets Mattings r tt aa ft Comforts xv I Blankets Domestics j Yard wide Brown Cotton good quality only be Good quality llleach Cotton worth die our price So 25 pieces Outing Cloth Co to lOc 20 new patterns of Drapery 7o to lOc 10 Yards of fancy Calico to any cus t tower nt 3c- Keadrnmdoibocts 03x00 incite ready for use only IScIComforts Bankcti and Quilts at price that can not be matched In StanfordIWe have opened up 3 caa Ico rod bluo gray black and white Our Outing and School plat It mado ofkfine quality of Imported IortUn come In gray blue brown and red Trimmed llata Ballon Walking Half Tamoshautow Ac all colors and shapes iWe can save U3o to 60c on this line of of geode Clothing III We always have the beat Our Fall J and Whiter Suite for drmv young not only rivals tailor made good many matinees are superior for tide meujson that they poieu the Eastern and the popular broad shoulder effect Vie have a big line of Hoys Knee Pant- Suit In alngo and double breasted Also a flue uncut Vwtee Suits for Children from Ilo 8 QUEEN UALITYIj A Trifle 1 Handsewed Mannishtij aoteT I Most street pOPularffsee THAT THIS Tawc7uaK yetI- s BRANDED OH EVERY I tSHOE iJ j1f The Best Shoe on Earth Stylish Comforts and Durable See new styles o Cunjmins a McClaryY eeee e Children Shoes f I have Just received ono of time beat selected slot ka of Mines and Childrens Shoes ever brought to title end of the county all being S CUSTOM MADE GOODS tSo the mothers will find It to their Interest to see our line before tank ing their foil purr bases Our goods arc guaranteed to give satisfaction W E PERKINS Ie I SCrabOrchard Ky e + i I WaK WIF1OERTS- t DRUGGIST t Sells The Best Paint Made Try a + Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully tilled dav or night Patent liedielnolnfalmoalevery kind Beautiful lino of Stationery Blank Hook of every description Office tong Distance Telepbbde tr J a ty J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OCT S 1900 E 0 WALTON BuBiwiaa MANAGER beet malorlals combined with rTUE and accuracy Insure good No other methods are over used In our proscription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS 0 E COX wont to LouUvlllo Wed nesday Louisviller4Lebanoni COL WO WELCII was In Prink fort this week Mil JosKiii COFFEY was at Llv ingston this week liON R C WARUEN will speak at HodecDvlllc Monday W S UUftoil will address tho Way ncsburg club tonight f Miss Flu uA MEtER visited friends In Lexington this week THOMAS T LACKEY returned to St Louis cite day morning J JOHN D IIORTON wont to Lexington yr tbl ornln to leo the trots MRs A M FELAND s visiting rela tives In Louisville and Cloverport Mit Eu DALLARU of Garrard la 1visiting the family of It E Saline MISS 1JETT1B MOOUES of Louisville has been vhlllng MUs Lena Evans Darnetto llANDSOMB MISS LUCIA MCAKKE of Lebanon Is the guest of Miss Pearl Durnsldo MR TEXTON SHARP of Casey a rood friend of this paper was In to see us Wednesday Maryrter Mr J W Icrrln tJOIN A IlENDRBN has moved from East Main Street to Dr Peyton cot i Ugo on Whllley Avenue Miss CARMAN of Lincoln Is the truest of her ulster MM C C Sink Lexington Morning Democrat Ji Miss UATTIK FABMKU the beauti n ful niece of Mrs W II Duddcrar In the guest of Miss Rebecca Mulllns J r Miss HALLIC NKVIUS who wont to tWllllatniburg to attend college grew homesick and returned home Wcdne I 3 day MnI3 W DUNN wife and Miss Mary Dunn of Danville are visiting the families of M S and J W Baugh r man MRS SALLIE CONNBLLY and son George Connolley of Springfield III are guests of Mayor and Mn J N Menefce Mns A R GODWIN who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mr Richard Dlbb returned to Nashville t Wednesday Missns SALLiE AND JKSSIK DEAN OOOIC are again with their sisters here after a protracted visit to rela jive at Hustonvlllo- MRy a W II HULL of Casev was hero yesterday Ho rays that the Klddi Store democratic olub now has 00 mem bore and Is ttlll growing MRS W P WALTON and sons Wil liam aad Owtler are over from Lex legion for a tow days and are spading most of the time at Walnut Flat JAMBS DKUORD of Casey county has arrived with his fatally and will take I up bis studios In Union College bourvlllo Cor Corbin Pathfinder MIBSKB c c WILLIAMS W M Poydter F L Thompson E S Al- brightI and J II Dunn of Rookoasllo hoard lion Frank Burkes splendid speech last night j i j No two gentlemen enjoyed tho lion Frank Burkes speech more than thoio dlendld democrats Messrs George W Carter and Richard Bibb They drank In every word the dUUngulsned In dlanatan said MR W P LAWRENCU and family II of KIrksvllle are puea of her oars ents Rev and Mrs W T B Whltcln the East End Mr Lawrence Is with JB Walker of KIrksvllle who will bo Madison countys next county clerk LOADKOl Into see us Monday Want to talk to you FINE Candles just received Wart ren t Shanks e NEW fall stock of bats received Miss Annie Phillips OUR fall lamps are In Call and see I them G H Farris fc Co r J HARNESS whips collars homes tracer Ac nl J 0 McCIarya close prices on buggies car and road wagons go to Warren IFOR I have several varieties of nlco seed wheat for sale J IL Baughraan a Co tIAM back In tho buslnussagaln and I ouldappreclato your patronage J t VonArsdalo LADIES look at our line ofaccordion d Petticoats II tol MO They are tl1I1alt made Severance SSon MEETING of tbo flustonvillo dom will be held tomorrow 1ocratleclub hL Bo euro to attend + j OJ TUB Plttman and Laurel Coal Com panics of Plttsburg havo settled with J tho minor and other raining com ulnlelH In Laurel will likely do e- osoonnldMrS V Rowland who through to Danville Wednes 4day Ho had been at Pittsburg 10 days trying to bring about im agreernent l t WEDDING presents at Hamilton1 Go to G H Farris Co and save money on your heating stovej BUY Higgins Jr McKlnnoya Disc plow nod Superior grain drill CABBY has a new poatofllco Wood son aqd T J Cooper will bo In charge AUNT MARIA SMITH a wellknown colored woman died Tuesday of dropsy aged 05 WK aro headquarters for coal hay corn oats and all kinds of feed J II Baugbman it Co ATTEND tho meeting of the demo gratis club at the courthouse tonight Important business WB have plenty all of coal at high prices buy before It goes higher J II Baughman Co COMING to court Monday P Go to Severance tL Sons for any thing In shoes for men women and children WE havo no ofllco cat but a black hen has seemingly taken a liking to us and sno pays a lengthy visit each day WATTS CHAPEL A W Buchanan and Park Anderson will speak at Watt chapel Saturday night Go hear them FOR neatness sly6 comfort and duo rablllty Tho Manu shoos havo no equal See the new styles 360 S4 and tl 50 U J McRobcrts DONT forgot that that splendid gentleman and democrat Hon James D Black will speak at Mt Vernon tc morrow Saturday afternoon THE Q C will run a special excur sion from Junction City Sunday leav log at 030 A M and reaching Cincin nati at 1030 at 1 125 for the round trip THE democrat of the Sautloy section will meet at Dr JT Morris store Sat urday night and organize a club There will be several speakers on hand and a Rood time Is looked forward to FOR the third time Dr J K Van Arsdalo owns tho stock of goods In Mr Mattle Withers storeroom having bought out lull ft Book yesterday An Invoice le being taken and the doctor will open out tomorrow His daughter Miss Alvlra and son Lawrence will assist him In the store DROPPED DEADJudge Flem S Tuttle of Junction City dropped dead yesterday shortly after returning from work on his farm Ho had been In badt health for years Judge Tuttle lived at Hustonvlllo for a uumber of years and was a good citizen A wife and several grown children survive THAT democrat Hon W B Smith of Richmond will speak hero Monday and democrats all over the oounty will come to bear hIm Un like Capt Stone sod Wat Hardin Mr Smith It not sore over his failure to se cure the nomination for governor and Is doing valiant service for inn cause ot democracy GILIIBRT Congrcsiman Gilbert will make eight s ccchcs in this county be- atginning Crab Orchard Wednesday afternoon Out 10 Ho will speak at Ottcnhclm that night at Wayncsburg Thursday afternoon and at Klngsvlllo that night at McKlnney Friday afternoon and Junction City that night atiHustontllle Saturday afternoon and Stanford thai night Go and hear htm AFTER a long illness of a complica tion of diseases Mrs John G Martin died at her homo at Saufley Wednesday evening at 0 oclock She was a daugh ter of the late J M Hendrloka and sis lor of Mrs W II Drady of this place She was nn excellent Christian woman and In her death her husband son and daughter lose n wife and mother in all tbo word Implies The burial will cc cur In Buffalo Cemetery this afternoon AFTER splendid speeches by Hon R C Warren and Mr W S Burch at J H Carter store Tuesday night a dem ocratlc club of 33 members was organ ized T W Hutchloo was chosen president C B McGutTey vice presi dent Henderson Baugb secretary and J H Carter treasurer The club was named The Carter Democratic Club after that wheelhorae democrat Highland Jim Carter The meetings will bo held on Tuesday nights AN enthusiastic Bryan Stevenson and Beckbam club of 83 members was organized at Klngavlllo Wednesday night with W L McCarty president J A McKee let vice president U A Walter 2nd vicepresident pr J W Acton secretary M G Murohy assist ant secretary and J M McCarty treasurer Hon R C Warren and W S lurch addressed tho club after Its or ganization and their efforts brought forth much applause Tbo meetings will bo held on Thursday nights ALLENMr David C Allen who was Miss Anole McKlnney familiarly known as Slater and daughter of Mr Arch B MolClnnoyof the Mo Klnnoy section died Monday eve ning and was burled In tno Huston vlllo cemetery Tuesday afternoon after services by Hov W W Bruce All who know Mrs Allen well loved her for her many noble traits of character and her lovely disposition which was sunshine itself There never was a truer or more loving wife than she was and tho husband who Is bowed down with grief has the sympathy of all good people They were a happy pair theIrIwife at fair at tontion to her attracted the admiration of all who saw them May the Lord help the husband and aged fattier to bear their loss and make them fully i realize that their loss I s her gain WINDOW glass of all sizes at Craig lRockers Now Is a good time to have that pic Lure made Miss Sacray HAAS Hog Cholera remedy will saVo your sick hogs Get It at Pennys Drug Store SEE our 810 31260 and 815 suits They are latest styles and elegant ma tonal II J McRoberts HIRAM POWELL carried 81000 In the Mutual Life of New York repre sented by A G Eaalland TUB voto on the grades school ques tion will bo taken tomorruw If you think a graded school will help Stan ford voto for It THE Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville will display the proper styles In millinery Saturday next Oct 0 The public generally aro cordially invited BURKES tLastnight was a great ono for tho democracy of Lin coIn county and more enthusiasm was shown by the sturdy democrats than for some time The announcement that Hon Frank B Burke of Indiana aliiwhorepaid for their coming Every club In the county was represented but Moreland and Klngsvlllo sent the largest delegations Representatives from the former brought along a ban nor which bore on ono side Moreland Club 200 Strong and on the other Bryan Bcckham and Gilbert Down with Assassins and Thugs Before the speaking a horseback procession was formed and somo JfJO true blues carrying Iransparanclc bearing such Inscriptions as Dryad Beckbam and Gilbert Remember Goebel Down with Trusts 100000 Standing Army Costs 8148000000 Down with Han naism Law and Order against Guy ernment by Assassination Republic against Empire Bryan Stevenson Beckbam and Gilbert dc paraded tho streets Later the Stanford band took position at the head of the column and oolmen fell In by the hundred It was a demonstration that will not soon be forgotten In Stanford Everybody- was In a good humor and some of tbo boys were so full ot democracy that they frequently gave vent to their feel Ins by loud yells for the gentlemen on the magnificent ticket the democrats nominated Mr Burke was not In con dition physically to speak outdoors and he speakers stand which had been beautifully decorated was given up for the courthouse Not half of the crowd could gain entrance but there was no kick from those who failed they were feeling too good over democratic suc nets to kick about Anything At 715 Hon R C Warren In well chosen words Introduced Mr Burke who for two hours spoke on frusta and imperial ism and the necessity of electing demo ocrat this year His opposition to tbo two great Issues above was couched In magnificent language and was so plain and clear that the wayfaring man though ho bo a republican could not fall to see the point Intended His ref erences to tho lato Coy Goebel were grand while his criticism ot Taylor and his gang was most snatbiug Ho scored Proxy John Yerkcs foro and aft His speech was a splendid one and t will do much good In this county whore probably there were those who were not thoroughly conversant with the Issues trutu and Imperialism Loud calls were made for Judge M C Sautlcy at the close of Mr Burkos speech but that gentleman foiled to re pond I WAYNESBURG H II Singleton eod a horse to S M Pitman for 10 Two men of our community have lately been given sections on the C S railroad They aro Mack McKInzie and Rice Pitman Tbo sections that they will take charge of are but a short tbeyIMrs J II Dalgh has returned ftom Ohio whero she had been visiting friends Mrs Mary E Reynolds the aged mother of Deputy Sheriff M G Reynolds Is very sick Tbero is quite a lot of sickness here just now Mr J A Goocn Mrs James Morris and Mrc H H Singleton being among tho un fortunate ones Mrs II H Singleton has received a nlco lot of lull hate Miss Sue Howard Is walling on her customers as Mrs Singleton Is sick Dr M G Bryan has moved from Cuba Pulaski county to near Waynesburg Mr H O K Perry of Elliott county has bought the farm formerly occupied by W J Reynolds and ho and his family will move to It In a few days J D Glass of Owen county boueht a ear load of sheep and calves in this section this week M Howard will move to In a few days The Way neburg Democratic Club has bad ono meeting and It has a membership of over 70 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES An election to decide whether or not saloons shall be opened at Plttsburg will be held tomorrow James II BauRhman who was reappointed a member of the Boyle county board election commissioners do dined tbo honor Robert McKinley was shot and killed at the Proctor Minos In Whitley coun ty by Allen Brceden Tho former had born a guard during tho recent strike Woodford McClusky hit David Bowen on tho head with a hoe while they wore working In a Held In Cumberland county from tbo effects of which Bow en died In Russell county Mrs James Lawless saw her husband engaging In a fight She started to run to the scene to interfere and fell dead from the ox cltement A Great NameThere brands of baking guaranteeof superior powdersi but 41 Royal Baking Powder is recognized at once as the brand of great name the powder of highest favor and reputation Everyone has absolute confi dence in the food where Royal is usedPure and healthful food is a matter of vital importance to every individual Royal Baking Powder assures the finest and most wholesome food There arc imitation baking powders made from alum mostly theymakeROYAL CAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK LAND STOCK CROPS IC John H Meier old to Mark Hardin a sorrel mare for 830 Pair good aged mare mules for sale Mark Hardin Stanford Enray red bull calf with horns at my place R E Sauce Stanford W H Renick sold to W C Stipp of Bourbon 100 extra feeders at 4ic Robert Collier of Boyle bought 150 hogs in Boylo and Mercer at 4i to Cc Mark Hardin bought of E E Patter son a lot of shoats at 4c and a sow and i50I beat Coney in a match race at St Louts In straight heats Best time 2011 G E Alford of Huslonvillc sold to Q E Christian of Junction City a harness mare for 8176 Rev W T B White has sold to B Hollzclaw his farm In the East End containing 134 acres for 94050 Al Burns of Lexington bought of Lyon tL Dunn and W S Drye of the West End five loppy horses at fancy pricesWill bo at Moreland Wednesday Oct 10 to buy 100 horse and mule colts also yearling mules Will buy cotton and sugar mute Joe Klndlg Philadelphia Uoraluia won tbo great Transylvania trot at Lexington after falling down In tbo first heat The Abbott driven Ed Goers trotted an exhibition mile in 2031 equaling blt record Cbas Lute of the firm of Lutes S Co sold to M D Scott of Bryants vllle 11 yearling mules ut 860 He bought cf J L Adams of Jessamine county a nice so von yearold mare for 100Probably the largest cattle feeder In Kentucky is James E Clay On his 4200 acres of land In tLls county ho Is feeding 1200 and has iOO acres of corn in cultivation which will cot feed them longer that Jan letParis Democrat- A large crowd attended S Yea gars sale near Hedgevllle Wednesday and enjoyed a splendid dinner sot by that clever gentleman Good prices ruled throughout Calves brought 818 to 833 cows 925 to 868 horses 890 to 1100 bulls 835 to 845 Corn sold at 1 62 at the heap Tbero were 1000 cattle on the Rich mood market Monday and prices rang ed from 2i to 4c A bunch of 700 pound yearlings brought the top price A lot of 000pound heifers brought 3c Aged mules brought ISO to 8150 and mule colts 830 to 870 Fereno won the rich Futurity for threeyearold trotters at Lexington Tuesday In straight beats Susie J and Lady Thlsbe were second and third Bet lime 2101 Connor once War ren Russells old standby won the Tennessee stake for 209 pacers going the first beat In 205 Perry Drowning sold to D W Scott and J W Pace tho crop of lambs for 1001 from 150 ewes at 5Jo for lambs 6f 65 pounds and over to go Juno 15th to 20th also those pf that size to go July 15th to 20th nt tho same price At the last period tho owes aro to bo taken at 8460 each Wlnehestc r Den oerat CHURCH MATTERS Women of the Central Christian church at Lexington havo undertaken to raise 13000 by prayer The report of tbo proceedings of the Methodist conference at Elizabeth town indicate that some wolves In whoops clothing havo been ortlclatlng in that body Tho meeting at tbo Union church at Moroland conducted by Eld J Q Montgomery of Liberty U drawing great crowds There have been n number of additions 4 is a worth MISS LIZZIE C JONES W Ireland bu opened a Complete Lino of Millinery at Junction City ADIlIDrleo Coyotry1ralute Small Farm For Rent onDanillleiltBhlla good cittern it door met ism M hen house ndItlvat1 Jobn L JlcltbU will show and rent ITOptity H T MtllOPEUTa UrolhfaJ Ky PUBLIC SALE I West Lincoln County Farm I an unliuprored fam approximating 2 4 O ACRESTwo mlIn front IIusloorIlls Iniiuedlitely on the IrlDIthelItlni There are sixty acres la what this fall twrny or twrnljr tire acreo original growth of tlmlier c ntltilngot liumtnM sugar trees wild reaaln1derfront iprlnm that never fall even In the ilrjwt teatons Enough timber ran Ie nil aud laweuon the lacolotniproTtum and there are plenty of fencing urKxcs Tbti boundary has been used for gnzlnlrlUJ for yean and no teller blncenus the State Will priNt reasonably and glee long tune on deferred layuieoli Mr James Vanlli on the John U Uarwnter place will show the land to any applicants ur apply to W I IUrClIKlt Uanrllle I- cyPOSTED The persons whose names appear below anykindate will i ro ooutu to the full extent of tho law nil who violate S II llaupltmun J K Itiughaian Ur Stcele Bailey J E Bruce LHND FOR SKL6 811afreter t Rush Branch Turnpike being a port grassIlnshall right easyJ Ky MULES AND HORSES FOR SALE I havo 22 cotton mules also four horses ready to feed and want to tell them In the next 15 so as to buy mule cults I al so have a carload of fertilizer at Morolaud and us It U In the wayof a barber shop I will sell It below my regular price If parties buying will take it at once U B I Moreland Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE S W DVRXE k Sti Prrs JUNCTION CITY KY rirstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rater Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will pay market price cash for them and also Hides Wool Itathers o I II DAVIS COAL at SALT byOctof the het coal alto salt and 1 will sell It to merchants by wagon load ut a very small margin Will continue to pay hellt rlcee Hickory Spoke Stnvund Headings prlcesGlyeIt KINO MOHELANU Kr u MUSIC LeSSONS tly an experienced lade music teacher e QI perterm of ate uiontlii bur losoo lit Jlrs ijtraub 8 r x 1 J A ALLEN a CO Contractors And E3wldera STANFORD KY Have now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pine Flooring Ceiling Boot Sash llllada and all kinds of Pressed and Itough Lumber Shingles and titccl KooltM roust Ioststc We make estimates on anyklnd of work wanted jfllce opposite Dry L D Cookl THE VFRIOR GRAIN DRILLS Are Still In The Lead Buy it and you will make no mistake Also the Miami Valley Fertilizer f We have been using this for several year with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY ULTRftQ 0 The Acme of Perfection in ew Ladies HighGrade Up To Date Footwear Wear Better and HOLD Their SHAPEBe- tter than any other Ladies Shoe Many Styles But One Price 350 To ALL Ho JJMCMOBEBTB E Plain Talk m r t itmThis beautiful weather wont last long In fact it always has cold Come while the weather Is good and let us supply you your Fall and Winter needs t 38 in brown cotton at 6c Good Calicoes 4cand 5c Canton Flannels flc to 12c i Outing Cloths 6c to 20c Percales 10 and 12c Flannelettes at iCc French Flannelettes 15c mack and white Sateens 15c I Splendid Calicoes for Comforts 4c In wove Dress Goods fi1LadiesUnion Suits 25c to 1275 Everything In Underwear Fleeced Hose 10e to Beat f150 for Ladles 50rmEver sold all leather lig lot Blankets r Cheapest to bests All the new weaves At25oto2 Buy Sell Good Shoes Only ILZGood goods cost very little more than shoddy stuff If you buy trash your pocket is n ways scarce of cub if you buy hottest goods when you lay in your fell supply you are done buying for the winter t SEVERANCE SONS ftl Opposite Court House J Buy you Fall SI ee of us We latdle he n oat tel able makes known For MenHanan Sons 5 to 7 Hel mers Bettmari Cos 3 to450 For Women Krippendorff and Dittmarins 2 to 450 In Boys Misses and Childrens we a stock that is olual to anything seen In large duel JOHN P JONES Stanford Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Next Session will open Monday Sept 3t Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue to r MRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pr cd 0 j t rHEINT lOR JOURNAL Entertd n the poetojjlce at Stanford a ecendCltUI mailer bl1ah4rutv An L ver 1 PER YEAR CASH Wttnnet aopatdSSOO will e halted KNOXVILLE DIVISION 51 Train going JJortb II Ma m m 241am Soulh m12 b m tIII 1l112 I m For a111101nl KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No Arri1tca18tan1nrdat IDS No SI LeaTc Stanford at 210 U No Arrlrea at Rowland at 1200 DAT No 22 Lcarea Stanford at 230 P X QUEEN CRESCENT Tralni going South 1 asa Junction City No ownontop No 3 llOP4X1I12AU1ho 0 OJP Ooing South No2 doesnt BOP Vo 34S So 6l23PNNo1OGAU FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralnateare Frankfort at 650 AM S40P u and P uron ecilnaat Ueorgetnwn with the Q A 0 lleturninc leate Pane at 980 and 340 r reaching Frankfurt after connecting with Q AC traln atlliOAM710r and 1115 rThe Utter train luTes for Oenreetown at 15 r xIJ It SHWTON UA SOUTHERN RfllUflY OK KENTUCKY Cad ScdXite la Effaei Hiy to 1800 XABTDOUND No L Noll NaiT LiOUUTille 746am 40Upn TCipw Ar Shelbyrill II10am Lltrpm VOArm pmAtAr LexIngton lo46am 715pm iapm WUTBOUND 24o 6 No Z 14tiff LeiiBftoB 7Xam pm tini Ar 7Uam lIopm 535am Ar Lfreacebc 820am lIlpm rImAr Snclbyrllliu BlOam 15pm 030am Ar LoaUrllla T lQL40am 740Dm 750am BASTBODKO WESTBODMU FO lllNo UI aTATIOSS INO lilNo 400pm 74am LT lioalsril Ar 740pm iBa6pm laesam LamcbreAr SOpm 8lOaia 720amTS9pmASTBOOWD WESTBODKIX UtNoe7 IlToATtOlfL i8tNi rWpm 746am ur Ixiutarrll Aria40am pmSXPB 910am LT RneltiTll Ar 910am 1vii hKftaTIPpm740pm JLMam Ar OeorltllL 700am 310pm lASTBOUHO WISTBOUNO tNa I tNo 51 nTATioifs tNO4O2 74tpnSpn ILOSam 78Spm Ar NlchWlll Ar 650am 4Kpm 310pmLOpml 3t1D Ar Lcxlnston I04 am IttSOpn Ar KnoxTllle7OOpm 74Aam 110pmArAr Jacksonville 1Ial1l- c Ly Chattanooga 005pm am Ar Atlant lazspm ll50aa 2ZIpnArLY Chattanooga 010pm O45am Ar lUrtnlncbam a 05pm 1145am D30pmArNo S through sleeping car Loulavllle to DIe amlagbam via Lexington and Cbittanooca No 5 fee obitrvatlon chaircar LoulavllU LexingtonNo obaervatloa ctatr oar Letloctoa M IoolllnlllaITla LextnRton Alt trains between Louisville Lexington and Burg ndnIIy Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos II and ltdally Nos fl7aniie8datlyexceptSunay- Between Versailles NIchotasrllle lllch nn Irvine dally except SucAy- tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSCJAWSOW M V PQM J M CDLPT M Washington D C Washington DQ- WATCIIKO v A WUUTATLOSAQ PA- Waablntton D LouUvUla Uft 1JUe JnUlRlbI BETWEEN LOUISVILLE and CHICAGO Hi BEST LINE TO t CaliforniaAND VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers Eo JI HACOX D P A H W Cor 4th and Market Sta Lonlarllle J+ G+ McLiprY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In t HARNESS SADDL3BRY Cj Stanford Ky Qpcning 5pcech lof Prohibition Campaign at Booncvillc on ttiSScp 10 by Hon John D White Nominee for Governor A friend of mine Mid to me last night White Owrfcy county has always Mootl by you but you will find yourself mighty far nwny from the people now But mj friends I wouldnt bo entitled to the respect of a single man woman or child in Owiloy county today if I didnt take the Fame position now that I took 28 years ago and have maintained every since I have not changed Iti8 you and the republican party that have changed I have always advocated the abolition of the liquor traffic ever since I began making political speech es If I was right in 1874 when with tho republican Hag in my hand I advocated that principle before it was ever putin the republican plat form I am right now From 1872 until now Owelcy county has stuck by that principle rtml thall you say I have changed because Inln still standing by it if you have desertedf In 1882 I introducedjh bill in Con gress to nppoiutn commission to in vestigate thej saleof liquor and you endorsed it introduced n bill to repeal the whole U S internal reve nue system and you endorsed that Six years later 1888 Win McKinV lie produced platform to publican party in which he EaidlIf it is necessary to protect American Industries we will repeal the whole internal revenue system Xo I havent changed In 1890 the ret publican party for the first time this grandest plank on temperance the world has ever seen in its platform I Iesympathize with alUwbe ant efforts to lessen and pre vcut tho evils of intemperance and to proinotejmorality But you dont find this in the re publican platform of 1DQO How CUll the republican partylado1tha plauk when we see the intemperance hnoIcan administration The army ran teen puts a premium drunkenness Mckinley is not a bad but n weak man and when two of his underlings Griggs and Root tortured the law to mean that while you could not re quire any person to HIlinor should tho soldiers he allowed to sell li quor there was nothing to prevent the government from employing a man to do the dirty work the weak man gave in I askof you if you intend to be put in a false light I- Jthee men as endorsing such a thing Think of these things and of the fIn grant immorality permitted Of eight hundred prostitutes being ship ped to them in addition to whisk- and liquor Will you stand for such things As for ine I will stand foi- what I think is right if I standalone But I do not believe tho great Amer ican people will tolerate these condi tions- I have been against Goebelisni ever since it was introduced I have been against what is as bad in the 11th Congressional District Boreing ism und Colsonism ever since it be gnu in 1894 and I am as good n re publican at heart as I was in 1872 Nothing I have ever done or said is inconsistent with those principles When the prohibition party came me and offered me the nomination for Govcrnpr they had only one plank iir their platfprmJgJ told them they cotildt run a government on one plat form and I copied the rest of the platform wejnowjlmve from that of the rcpublicniiparty in 1896 Com pare tho two and stand by true principles and not bejpulled around by party machines Mr Yerkes the republican leader is worse than n saloonkeeper for he receives S4000per year to give out liquor licenscsjjn violation of the principles of 189GIf tho little moon shiners up hcrc ought to go to hell the men who nwkeja partnership be tween the government and tile saloon- keepers oughrto be scut to its bot tomless pits j 1amuot n democrat hut admire old Andy Jacksons re ply to South Carolina when she want ed to secede By the eternal if you do Ill whip you back into the Union McKinloy hasnt that courage Why didnt he make his cubiI net oflicers Hoot and Griggs resign rather than allow them to disgrace the countryso The republican party has always ben for the freedom of women It was in their platform of 1890 hut it isnt there now If woman is as hiIIIshouldnt she vote It ion of tho spirit of tho constitutionj keep the negroes from voting in North Carolina but it U all right to f i keep our women from voting In Boston last week I took my little girl up in the old North church tower and looking down upon historic spots made sacred by the deeds fOf our an cestors we saw the streets full of Ital inns and Hebrew and Turkish signs We should stop this tide of ignorance from coming into qur country Our platform would prohibit such people ignorant of our language from voting They should at least be able to read our constitution Our platform IeI mauds that women should bo Called into higher spheres of nsefulnesa and the ignorant and disoafed foreigners be rIot allowed to come to our shores Wo condemn lynching A mail 110 matter how kid should have n fair trial You may say Yes Goo bel ought to liaVelken assassinated but 1 say No There arc a great many people who feel that Mr Yerkes would abuse the pardoning power ifi elected Such recklessness iu this regard inakiiig mlQckeryof justice should be stopped I will say tins I endorse those principles in 1800 and 1 have the courage Fo get out of the republican party when it Icqvoa them out of jts platform Fur years ago the L it N Railroad was working for Bill Bradley It forked for McKiulcy and now it has iO1t1hflttCtla judge for you in tins 27th circuit lfyo Vote for Yerkes McKinley and Boreing now you do what you condemned in Goebcl If you believe jh Brynu j vote v for him If in McKinley vote for him I rciuse to be bound to either At the antiimperialistic meeting in In dianapolis refused with 15 others to endorse Bryan I doubt the propri ty of any man being elected on con tradictory platforms McKinley cats Iries the whisky shame oh his shoVil derslIe is as inconsistent antina better than DrJn- nMcKinlctcllSou we are fighting tor libertyfreec1olllllut if the negro of this country ha tgot t shot down here hanged there and mistreated everywhere whaf do we want with Guam the Philippines and other foreign islands A judge in Honolulu decided recently that the natives of Guam are citizens of the U S What do we want with such citi zens Imperialism means to rule over a man ngaintt his will Shallwe stand by the principles of those who won our independence or the princi pIes of such men are ruling Mc GcoIffWtake Washington We said we were fighting for the independence of the slaves of Spanish oppression Why dont we give it to them I am leav ing McKinley and Yerkes and Mark Hauua and Taylor and Olfear ini this llth Congressional District It is well for uch fellows as Taylor to be in Indiana Would theywere all there Applause Take this last thought Mr White compliments the mountain people mid pays thefn a beautifuland glowing tribute p p rRottcd Off by Beer No one will accuse tho New York 1IMail Express with being an organ of prohibition yet the following little lIt o fact which we cull from itcol umns we commend to the advocates of beer as a nutritious and refreshing beverage That journal says liThe attention of the New York hospital surgeons has been called to the big number of bartenders that have lost several fingers of both hands within the past few years The first case was that of an employee of a flowery concert hall Three of the fingers of lila right hand and two his left were rotted away when ho- called at Ucllevuc one tiny and beggedI the doctors to explain time said that his duty wis to draw beer for the thousands who visited time perIfeetyoung doctors quite n time to arrive at any cruclusion But they did fi nallyand it nearly took the beer mans breath away when they did Your fingers have been rotted off they raidIIh the beer which you have handled Other oases of n similar nature came rapidly after this one and today time physicians estimate there ian army of employees ot saloons whoso fingers clusejThebe responsible The head bartender of a weillcmrnwnI downtown saloon says h a number of cases whero beer drawers have in addition to losing several fin gers of both hands lost the use of joth memhersIII eer barfenIderkeep a good pair of shoes behind tho bar Beer will rot Icntliei as rapidly almost as acid will eat into iron If I were a temperance orator It1ask what must beer do to mens stomachs if it eats away mens fingers and their shoeleather Im here to sell itj htmL I wont driuk itnot much BHAVE MEH FALL Victim to atnuiath lirir anti kidney troubles 11 well women and all ri the mull In losaofj oion In the Moid backache nervous headache and tired lltlas iii Hut hires no reed to feel tkalbIILlInItoj W Uardner isys rio niller are he thing Iota man when heI all run down and dont care whether lie Urea or Ie It dM more to give m new strength and good appetite than anything I could tale I can r sod have a new lUll ou lit 10011tieS 7r1 T TW MT VERNON Doctors report much typhoid lever A child of Peter Crawford died of diphtheriaA dentist will shortly locate In this place John Runner brotber abet mother have typhoid fever SparksQuarrytug after a few hours Illness The Hank of Mt Vernon opened its doors for business Tuesday morning last with W L Richards of Gallatln county cashier A twoyearold child wandered from its home near Woodstock Monday and was found three miles away by tinclgh bor some hours afterward just as a number of vicious hogs woro approach tnI the little tot A child of Vlrlo Poyntorfienr Wood stock was bitten by n snakp Wednes day afternoon and Id dangerously HI A son of Turk Owens near this placewaa bitten by a copperhead a few day since PA fret use of stimulants pulled Jhimthrough IMluHntflcAdalm daughter of Jas was visiting her slater In the Mlbpro Mountain region just over In Tennessee died of typhoid fe Vr Monday evening Tho remains wore furled lott Tuesday afternoon at tho Presbyterian burying ground Jesse Tjrco the 1ycar ld son of Noah Tyrce who accidentally shot himself with a Small pistol Monday at Livingston tIled Wednesday at noop Ills remains were laid to rest beside those of his mother In tho funnily bury lag ground near Wabd on Thursday Tile father has the sympathy of nil In his many trials and heartaches during the past low years Tomorrow Saturday will bo demo craticday In Kit Vernon Tho lion James D Black tho mountain war horse will address our citizens on the political Issues of tbeday Arrange ments have been made to give him a rousing reception bycltlzens from nil ftbrtlpna of thcscyuntyi Mr Black will be Kentuckys next governor after Beckham fills the term to which the lamented Goebel Vllf nlected The annonncpment that Letcher Owsloy would imenl at the democratic club mecjlr lbJJ cqurt house here Salurilayniuriit lat brought out the people adtm bou I crowided It IsneedUro u my that bdrccIeatbe closest attention applause and cheers throughout his address There was not one moments drag in his two hours speech and when bo finished the audience was loath to leave many linger log to meet shako hands and converse with Garrards talented attorney who Is one of Kentuckys brightest sons and oratorsMrs W F Short and son Ed went to Gilberts Creek Tuesday morning on receipt of a telegram announcing the death of Hiram Powell a nephew of OF a 150 and five per Interest 2 twenty redeemed shorter 3 ocment is you For further address J C DAILEV Agent Stanford Kv C a for ot Lincoln County subject to the action of the democratic Your ill pport Is I hare for aaleSereral Hundred Bushels good BluefirauSeeJ before you L IK7NN Mr KatCM KY Small Sale A aniall tltiuted on the Stanford Somer like halls for tale IMdenra fairly good plenty water W 1- lJaDISIIII1 K- yDINK Ia a candidate for Jailer subject to ac tlon of democratic party solicits your support P W Ixjgana of 55 acres No Fork laud la lor she privately It has lUiionlta splendid two IIOUK large gol orchard and nKfurr out bulMinn Fifty to boil beautl Sal woodland wlltd In1ItelltIratelaw lyxaled oil Stanford A Mlletlge TllUtnrnhlke convenient to noU on U S antI L A N rallroada It II a food lioine a profit iJ Ws M Df lOr 20 In general practice OfTeN hia services to public Stanford Special attention given chronic OllIco oppocitu Court Ilenzley Uron Stable hours from t to 5 r I desire to sell privately retldenc I oc on Cutoff til house li a bum story Irauie of eight style groundt over six sites of l horses and cow other nece from Main St Stanford Ky on or idJreta MIW U W VAN VEEll Stanford MM Short Whiner Choenut a new girl It McCluro and sOn Denny t at Plndvllle running teams The family will move from hero to that place after tho election Mies Salllo Price of Walnut Grove Pulaski coun ty Is dangerously ill Gus Stavlson has placed his stave on the Willis Adams two miles west of town which purchased last your bank now occupies the Williams build lop on Church street and Mrs Drown has moved her stock therefrom tojLbo hotel A sufficient number of signers to pe titian for an election were quickly forthcoming on the question of Rock catttlo issuing bonds to raise money for the purpose of building turnpikes and an order has been made take n voto thereon at tho November election to eca If the people endorse tho proposi lion for better roads times bettor chances for Inralgratlon of pcoplo with money to invest In farming mineral and forest a few words tho situation explained The vote means to place the small tax of cents on tho 8100 worth of taxa blo property lloat 30000 of bonds brings into the county the whole amount at once to be spent for labor In construction of theso turnpike the greater portion of which will be paid to laborers who will In turn spend It with their nod merchants amount with donations along the routes will build tbo elgii miles In four directions Vernon over tho highways mostly used When this has been It call out moro enterprise from various localities that will build better road to reach the pikes when It U seen the pcoplo mean business what will tho cost In this undertaking Tbe men with property will pay the small sum of cents u on nod those who have the property pay no but an opportunlry to gain tbo bonctlu of the 30000 In the way of labor on the works otherwise The money or the larger portion of It U spent right hero in tho county and it costs the laboring man who owns property nothing Good roads will bring In good citizens who money to Invest in farms nod the mineral resources which have had Ibo tion the deserve the fact bad miserable roads Rnukcastle with turnpikes would richer than bor bluoeraet within a decade Voters should remem ber that there Is no Increa e of any In this turnpIke question Tho railroad and other corporations will have to pay third of this tax YORKita HI3H7 Ar DAY twilot rnljUtlMt little tbtrg that ere waauaJeti Dr htw lllla lll la a globule of health cbangra weiknitt Into itrengtb llilleuarM eefiT bralnfaf power Theyre wonderful In building up tbe health Only 26o tier box Sold 17 IVnny Drujxlit Soutbrn Mutual Investment Co LEXINGTON KY Over 2 Boon poul in Living Benefits Over 120000 Kescrvo and Surplus Have You Seen Sample of Our New Endowment Bond If not write to the home office for literature or call on our nearest agent for an explanation term antI conditions Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns f cent for the average time for each dollar JlRidln Stock taken now will all be matured In from eighteen to four months with a largo in a much It Is matured in consecutive order consequently all of is ellmlna ted Now the Time td Subscribe The sooner begin the sooner will your coupons begin to mature information Local IJOliN PEPPUES- U candidate Jailer party 0Ilcl1edI of ltzujt1ctaotIe Md buy C Farm For fann emt near 01 and outbulldlngi FARMER the the He FINL FARMFOR SALE IDr lain of tory brick tobaCco barn acr virgin and Finely slid taiui and aWe Inveatuienl PARKHILL HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ritrkhlll has hail years experience the of the of and vicinity to clIe house over Livery DOlce TOWN PROpeRTY roll SALE the now curl The new well two rooms Modern Tbe cnmprlw laud allorillo for IfeleeldnrJolgCall DE Ky ba W are until farm ho The Clco millinery brick to bettor our lands In can bo to This our local neighbors This pikes from Mt accomplished that Now be year 8100 not tax have lit tie have not atten subject from we have such bo neighbors poll tax ono The ant Klnga Ute Bten aufaroiatal that Into into mtutal of its part time chance A SMITH BOWMAN SecretaryI GUS McCORIVEACK cOlinItla n candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln county subject tq the action of the democratIc party JAMES T JONES a candidate for jailer of Lincoln county auliject to the action of the democratic lIar ty- WM IANDGKAPI- n a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln coun ty subject to democratic action TJiAJUES II WRIGHT counItSHORTHORN HULLS I I lure two reglilered fouryear Wd shorthorn bulls Iur ulj bulhre and tine breeder and aom ung stock of both ux auliject to regIster that will aril cheap that la 00111 tbe built and any ol theolliera M FBIANO OLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorge U Weatherford has a contract for FULL CONTROL AKD SALE Of Old Mock Wills ky In Hutonv4e Ky U O MOCK Danville ICy E R D1LLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERI O XAnd Dearer In Lime Cement o o Write For Price rT 0 c POSTED- I hereby notify th puWlo that my Und ti post tIUlogto the full exteDt of the law M nLANlJ Wanted To Rent A good Farm containing from 150 to 220 acres Address ADVEKTistn Lancixa tcr Ky JOSIED royfarmWM LAN IOI1AP Keiger ICy 1117tJlnIIRaolguLIA OlltollIOI ICy FARM FOR SALE Contains 105 acres and U In a spiciudli tnto of cultivation On use lilack pike 2 mile front Hustonrlllonnd U from More land lie on Itt dwolllngcf live rooms nnd tenant lioutu ucaldra nccowinry outbulldlnpi Splendid orchard good and two springs Term easy w wnioiiT- Hutoiivlllc ICy LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEMERS Milledgovillo Ky Wo will bavo last of title tnitnth 125 Good Short Yearling Cattln fur pale LUTE k CO W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancantcr ICy Tooth Extracted Without Pain With VltallwJ Air Physician In attendance Ofllce in the New Thompson llulldlnc TIll PRUTTBROSMOHELAND rOE rOEFurniture Undertaking Ooo and Livery TehscopceIronIn chain fra- meMason HotelMIlS U D SIMPSON Pror Knucnstcr t Kentucky splentiedtablemoot ftll trains 69 J T SUTTON UndortalcerH- ustonvillo Kentucky Oeeriblaaervlreato the people ofWeot Ltccolii and Cue countlM Full stock of Cofflnaacd Cat ttaalwaTion hac- dDLCarpentrManajn I To Sell FarmsVoo witnt to drop an adrer tltenicnt In the t ct mountain newspaper which Is the Sorrjcrsct Journal Two Inches one taouth for II In advance C J OAMIOKLI Manager Somerset Kr FRITH HOTEL F FBAKCISCO rtepriiter AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY eacoideredPorteiseliog men H C RUPLEY Tho Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Paper Hanging And Painting tto me before you let your painting I will save you money I will furnUli IItrand put It on tho from lOc up In other word I will aell you paper at chAr aa you Inboltwork guaranteed J J HBLDEN Stanford i- CyraintingRepairing I am prepared to pnlnt and your styleEsperiencedteed You con have your old vehlclo made new for very little money J II GltCEIt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams A Co Paint Lick la a guaranteed sure cure for horaa and mules allllclvd tvlth Ilttulit Iallevll Bwlnney rcrutchci 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