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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rv j 1I J i i IiiVOLt NEWS NOTES Three children wcro burned to death at Currie Mian The iccood victim of this mosquito toil lor yellow foverln Cuba U dead Tho Frankfort fc Cincinnati railroad hat been sold to Eastern capitalists tor r 1350000 John Mcagbor was given bond In 1500 for kllllnlIIJadv MoNamara at Lexington Tho grand lodge Knight and Ladies of Honor elected U T Leather man grand protector There wore 27091 deaths In Kentucky k t during 1000 Of this number 1002 occurred In Loulivllle- II W burt has been appointed post matter at Gad berry Adair county and W O Policy at Edith same county The Bowling Green city board of health has quarantined against lIal1- traveling shows or circuses for 30 dayi The wholesale price of coal at the mines In Southeastern Kentucky and East Tennessee bas been booited 15 cents E E Snyder has been chosen to iuc aced L S Robertson as superintendent of the Memphis division of the L N men accused of Hooding the i West with bank notes printed with stolen plates were captured at San Francisco Mrs Bcckhiua the governors wile I has been critically at Frankfort but Is much better The little daughter Is 1 doing well The president hat refused to pardon J M McKnleht the convicted Louis vlllo banker 3lIrodestroyed the J Wright Com pany plant of the American Cigar Company In Richmond Va causing a lost of 8200000 Five more lives were lost at the reo suit of a second explosion of gas In the now Cleveland water works tunnel under Lake Erie A census bulletin ibows that the Unl ted States death rate of 1000 was 10 per cent less than In 1500 A fast express collided with a freight train on the Chicago V Alton railroad l at Prentice III Five person were killed and ilr injured One hundred armed Negroes rescued a Negro prisoner from a constable In Liberty county Ga A race war II to Moved to be Imminent Hoary E Youttey has been put to work In the wood planing department l of the Frankfort penitentiary He will bold the job permanently Ora Jennings who was umpiring a ball game at Farmertburg Ind was Struck over the bead bv one of the players and fatally injured Tho latest report from tbo City of Golconda disaster on the Ohio river be I low Paducab places the number of dead and misting at over 30 Everything le quiet at St Charles Hopkins county whore aihcrlfli posse was fired upon it U alleged by union minors Troops will not bo needed Tho explosion of tbo benzine tank at the Atlantic Refining Company oil works in Point Breeze Pa caused five deaths Seventeen men were Inv Lured For the first tlmo In 20 year there ii not a tingle unpaid individual claim on r Ole In the claim department In Frank fort and tbo finances of the State are in tine condition The Phoenix Investment Company of Lexington has written a letter to Attorney General Brccklnrldge asking for an Inspection of their book and methods of business Tho navy department ball ruled against Admiral Schley in his request It that Admiral Howlson of the Court of Inquiry be required to explain certain pro Sampeon utterances The grand jury to be called at tbo September term of the Franklin circuit court will continue the Investiga 1tion of the conspiracy which resulted death of Gov Goebel Orlando Puncll shot and killed his father near Snoedvllle Ton They were watching for dos that bad bothered tholr sheep and the night being i dark tho son mistook hie father for a dogA mob at Pierce City Mo burned a Negro to death In his homo and set tiro to the cabins of five blacks The No groea were driven from town and the citizens declare that none will bo allow p ed to live there In tbo future The public health just Issued by the Hospital Service shows the existence of 8253 cases of small pox In tho United States against 3312 at the same time last year Minnesota t bad the largest number of cases 1162 While some sections of tho country continue to suffer from the drouth the crops In tho Middle and South Atlanticit and East Gulf States Including East Tennessee oxperlenced damaging winds all well as Injury overUow Manager Robinson of the St Bernard Coal at Earllngton wa fined 825 and sentenced to 15 days Y posing Sturjlle a revolver for In gettingIntoabag warrant was union gy miners who have long been tight log the company represented by Mr Robinson 4 LANCASTER Darn to tbo wife of Tom Walls a lovely Ir- On Thursday Miss Fannie Wet en tertalned at dinner In honor of Mrs S W Center of Kingston Tenn Elder A R Moore of the Christian church here It having a very Interest leg meeting at Rubble Largo crowd aro present and much Interest Is being colored population havo just closed a two works camp meeting They say a largo crowd was always In attendance and that a great deal of good was done- Durnam ft Rucker have taken poises sloe of Wards Mill and now have things running smoothly being able to furnish their customers with the best flour to be had In tho State Dr W M Doorcs of Crab Orchard came over Wednesday Ho bat many friends here and is one of the best physicians tobe found anywhere Be enjoy perfect health and looks as young as he did 10 years ago Tbo wet weather continues and our hemp growers aro beginning to feel very despondent over the losses caused them by tbo rotting of tbelr hemp In the field While It It too late for the rain to do corn any great good it will cause tho late grass to bo plentiful and farmer say a good crop of lato grass le moro than equal to a halt corn crop 4 Mlae Kittle Motor of Lexington who hat been vltitlng Mr Wm Moss baa gono to Prcaehorsvlllo to visit Mr George King Miss Marie Joseph hat returned from a delightful visit to Miss Lyda Pearl Rose her cousin at Shelby City Mil Mamie liastln It at homo after a pleasant visit to relatives In Crab Orchard Mlu Annie Austin Is again at Dripping Springs for her health Miss Lllllo Noel Is tho guest of relatives In PInevllle Mite Kath urine Symplon is running tho millinery establishment during Mill Noels ab sence Miss Margaret Noel of Jo 10pbII Dry Goods Store now taking a much needed rest In the country Circuit court convened here Monday when the following grand jury was Im paneled E D Bishop foreman S PiI Davit J T Leavoll Wm Bourne S J Bourne J W Elmoro A DI Hughe W S Walker Moses Collier Wm Coldiron Thomas Ralston andI Robert Gulloy The petit jury le comI posed of the following B W Gaines J W Huffman John Alien T J Botcher G A Bruce C A Robtntoo M D Hughes George Ballard T A Elkln 0 B Robinson D O Pulllni H Green S W Poor E B Scott Jerry Higgins J B Kemper Chas Baker B W Hughes A K Walker C K Polndoxter Alex West T S Mooro J P Ballard aud Wm Ralston Sr Cary Robinson colored was fined 8100 and given 30 days In each of two cases for carrying concealed weapons J W Carpentcrwat Lined 1200 for as sault and battery and 1100 and 30 days for carrying concealed weapons Oth ea misdemeanor cases were disposed of Tho ease of Jane Eitridgc charged with murdering her child consumed two days and resulted In a verdict of not guilty Loved James Walker Givens CAItROLLTON MISS Aug 19In a late Issue of your paper I noticed the death of J Walker Given and as I promised him last year to write something to be published In tho I J that my old pupils might bear once more of their old teacher I tako this occasion to comply with my promise and put on record my high regard for my dear old pupil now laid to rest Ho always wrote to mo or camo to tea mo when InI Mississippi I shall miss his annual presence very much and both myself and family grieve profoundly over hit death Ho was a man to arouse all the deeper affections of a friends heart and bo had won my most ardent love Ho was ono of tho few In whom I had unbounded confidence May his crown of glory gleam with many stars Re qulcscat In pace II There aro numbers of my old pupils tllll living In old Lincoln the Baileys the Coopers tho Drycs tbo Glvcneos c too numerous to mention These onco my pupils now heads of families may know by this that their old teach er still lives at 77 years though some of bis pupils have gone before him to the better land I wish I could see tboto who remain und shako their hands once again before I pass over tbo river to join those who have gone before May tho good Lord bless them all that If wo meet no moro on earth we may bo an unbroken band In that world where neither sickness nor death comes and wbcro all shall bo In an eter nal reunion J LOTOV BARNES aWhat 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 effect For sale by Craig dc locker Druggists MIDDLE URG Jeff T Short and the writer took In the circle excursion Tuesday toHigh Bridge thanes down tho beautiful Ken tucky river the Hudson of the South on tbo steamer Falls City to Frankfort thence over tbo Fl C railroad to Georgetown and then down to Lexing ton over the C S whore we took In tbo fair While at Frankfort wo hur rledly took In the Capitol building of ficers building the pen and arsenal Frankfort U in a bolo and the govern mont buildings are a disgrace to the fair name of old Kentucky We were at the fair Confederate day when at least 1000 of tbo old Johnny Rebs wore present Tho fair was turned over to thorn and the old boys who fought to gallantly for our Southland with their wives sons and daughter were largely in the majority The way the old vets done the Midway was a caution and the old boy seemed to enjoy fun equally as much as the latter day jubllants Wa bad the pleasure of meeting Gov James B McCreary who le also an ex Confed and who It Is decreed shall sue cced that miserable misfit Dcboc at Washington On Thursday Gen Joe Wheeler was the center of attraction and the chief drawing card He was advertised as Fighting Joe Wheeler Major General Joe Wheeler tbo Bero of Heroes and the Nations Idol It la needless to say Fighting Joe Wheeler was a sulllclcnt drawing card for the little hero of two wars He was most ably presented to the people In an ora torical effort by tbo silver tongued W C P Brccklnrldgo Short and the writer both served under Fighting Joe In the Philippines and we were not slow in lotting it be known when we pulled his paw As Is well known the Casey coda have a machine that works something like the Sapp machine of Louisville though of lesser magnitude A great many honest republican of the county and especially of tbo Bethel vicinity aro very sore at the way the clique has been carrying on and making nom Inatloni many threaten a bolt but this consternation teem to be playing as much havoc In the ranks of tbo democracy as In the republican camp Many rods claim and honestly believe that the clique captured the democratic convention and that a bargain was made and that It was understood that the democrats should only make one nomination It It well known that tbo clique referred to hoe It In for Capt Rains or at least Is supposed to while many decent republicans who would otherwise support our candidate Mr Jones for judge claim that they had rather see him defeated than for the clique to triumph In fact their slogan Is down with tbo bosau It it need less to say that there Is not ono word of truth In the above though strange to say many honest republicans and dom ocrats believe It and are talking It much to the Injury of clean and honest county politics The county democrat lo committee has always been able to attend to Its own affairs and has never been of that Ilk to make bargaIn with the enemy Mr Jones is not only tbo legal nominee and choice of the majority of tile own party but hat frelnds by the hundreds In the republican party The only effective way In doing away with tho socalled machine It by electing M W Jones judge as more competent man for tbo could not be found There Is no nee of the present rumpus among those who have spent their beet years out on the line In the heat of battle gallantly lighting for the glorious principles of democracy With a united forco our man an win but scores of republicans who would otherwise support him hon estly believe the report that Is circu laced by our enemies U Is needless to say there Is no foundation for such a report and It was only concocted to breed dissension If youhbabyInyour house you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels or diarrhoea so common to small children 0 P M Holliday of Deming Ind who haw an eleven months old child says Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running oil of the bowels and sickness of the stom sob Ills bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choleia and Diarr hoes Remedy In the house and gave him four drops in a spoonful of water and he got better at once Kor sale by Craig Hockcr druggists The Initial number of tho Semi Weekly Harrodsburg Democrat made Its appearance on last Tuesday and It was a fine ono The people of Harrodsburg are to bo congratulated upon having such a wldeawako editor at last hold of the Democrat Editor W P Walton Is par excellence In all branches of the newspaper OeldDan vlllo News Alamo shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber aint Pain Balm For alo by Craig de Hocker Druggists n C HOV M F NORTH One of the lureaitalnge next to death and taxes Is that Hon M F North will represent this county la the next faltbfullVInleg made a record that every democrat in the county should be proud of the people recognize In him the man for the position be asplhe and they are going to elect him During Mr Norths service as representative he was probablydidtbo House Be Introduced a number theStateof his bills had gone through An ar dent admirer of Hon James B Mc Creary Mr North will take pride In casting his vote for that distinguished gentleman for United States Senator the thing his constituency wants him to do As a party worker nono aro more zealous than Mr North whose services for democracy have been untiring He Is a fine speaker and his stumpbeforea runner be Is a sprinter of the first realizingibistry conclusions with him MT VERNON i Rev Hartzfield filled his regular ap SundayWo pair of left countyA from here this Thursday morning to the 3rodhcad fair daylasteeen flitting around In President Lincolns finst race bo only received one vote in Rookcastlo and that was cast by Jack Brown Humming birds in great numbers visit the telephone exchange dally to revel among the many flowers In the siftrounding yard IraubopperdallyTobl1ccoclaws Mrs James Dalon of Pine Hill U very III Livingston entertained 12 of the Cincinnati Posts Fresh Air children who had a rattling good time on their outing Mack Johnson an old gentleman Ih alog near Orlando whose mind has been Wedds have failed to find him The third annual meeting of tieKentucky Telephone Association wilt take place at Owensboro on Sth and Oth The Bellcompanies have today In the United States 1000000 phones In use the Independents havo 1500000 John Logadon has lost considerable corn by depredating coons He took his neighbors dogs Saturday night upbalanceto cut When daylight arrived only a small blue possum was found sluing on the lower limb The following list shows the majori primarylasveekL W Betburum attorney 707 M 0 Miller clerk 173 H L Tate sheriff 110 J M Ballard superintendent 335 J W Kirby assessor 182 J W Par sons jailer 10 S N Davis surveyor 752 no opposition Messrs Soward and Pennlngton foreman and devil of the Signal otilce wero In Cincinnati Sunday and took in TDrooksEwershamembers of the family will come about Ulcbimondto ofLincolnof D S Purdom this place Mra S G SanAntontoIn Danvlllo The family moved from HoustonCblldreee thatMrsthe point of death 4 po WATCH This Space Every Tuesday and Fri day if you want to get the best goods at the very low est prices i IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerc- hanti Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSDH Danville Successors to L L Frobman dc Co Ultras perfect Every Pair Guaranteed Perfect In every detail Our fall stock is now in Patent Leathers Ideal patent kid Enamels heavy welt sole patent and plain tips rope stitch sole The very newest things of the season TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS I CHAPPY FARMER I IUSES UPdO DATE 1111lkIlINfRi HIGGINS McKINNHl Stanford 11 ICE RUM SODA j t Pure Jersey Crean 11 and Finest Fruit Flavors atIPENNYSDRUG J GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist i ForlWall Paper WhiteLead j Linseed Oil Ready Mixed t 1Varnishlal1dIVarnishS f L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticketr For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For Rep resentafire M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Gfieriflr M S BAUGHMAN for dutttor M O REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON lIa CandlJite for Railroad Commluloncr tor tbe 2J DliUlct subject to the will of the democracy TUG United States has paid In pet elons to June 30th last 27633500 The disbursements under Grants first administration were 11613027 Grants second term 11439335 Hayes 145322489 Garfields 8237 825070 Clevelands first term 8305 630662 Harrisons 510707726 Cleve lands second term 557050407 Mi Klnlevs first term 560000547 Thes figures are simply staggering but the worst of them Is that a very large part of the almost fabulous sums is draw by men who have no further claim on the countrys bounty than that they were camp followers and coffee coolers How long oh Lord bow long are we to suffer such Imposition Echo answers just so long as tife time servers of both political parties bend the pregnan hinges of the knee to the professions pensioners that thrift to them may fol- lowl fawning EDITOR LILLARD of the Danvlll News has the sympathy of the press of Kentucky In the loss of his father Col Epbrlam Lillard of Lawrenceburg Col Lillard was 82 years old and left a wife and seven children He was ont of the most respected citizens of An derson county and an elegant old Ken tucky gentleman COL CRADDOCK or some other cen tenarlan says the late protracted dry spell was nothing compared with that of 1762 when no rain fell for 123 days and grain and hay bad to be brought from England The record of other dry years in the last 200 years make that of 1901 almost hang its head in shame A CINCINNATI woman killed herself because she imagined her dogs loveI for her was waning Its bard to tellI her headIPOLITICAL Boyle county rads will put out a ticket about Sept 1 Adjutant General William Brandon is a candidate for governor of Tennes see Senor Don Carlos Mona Vicuna min liter from Chili to the United Stater died at Buffalo Collector Sapp will give Mr John A Stratton the republican nomination for mayor if he will accept it Julius Bodenhelmer former chair man of the Indiana State populist committee died suddenly at his home near KokomoIThe Iowa democratic convention committee on resolutions has voted against reaffirming the Kansas City platformSecretary Gage will visit Canton next week It is believed he will urge the removal of Collector Sapp at the earliest possible moment Pennsylvania republicans In State convention unreservedly Indorsed Quay and the last Legislature and adopted a platform IB which yellow journals were denounced This is a slap at WanamakerThe democratic convention bas nominated Thomas J Phillips of Ot tunwa for governor and adopted a platform reatllrmlng the Kansas City platform but expressing the conviction that the campaign should be confined to State Issues- Chairman Allle Young decides that the action of the Paris City Committee in declaring the recent primary for city offices void was Illegal and says In substance that the ticket headed by D C Parrish is legally nominated un til the contest set up by J L McClure and others Is decided Ion its merits Be declares that the call for the primary for August 22 Is Illegal and calls It off Some people never know when they are dead The Brownies down at Bowl log Green nominated a lot of stiffs for county and legislative otllccfi who will be decently burled for all time at the coming election The Brownies ought not to forget that an Ohio magistrate recently fined a man 85 for contempt because he got up and walked while he was holding an over him If they do they lay themselves liable to such intllctlqn Harrodaburg Demo- cratZ LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W C Shanks sold to Will Adams a pony for e30 R O Nunnelloy sold to Josh Jone a bunch of stock hogs at 5o FOR SALE8 nice Southdown bucks CC Carpenter Hustonvlllo George T Wood bought of various parties 160 70pound lambs at 2tc Cyrus Wilson of Casey sold a lot or new corn to Drew Wilkinson at 8f2a Registered Berkshire boar strictly fine for sale R H Crow Sbelby City Ky3tPhil Chrlsmaa a Harrodsburg gard- ner has sold 400 bushels of Irish potatoes at 75c- Smith Nell bought seven mules In Cumberland county last week atll35 Adalr News George Harding and son sold 39 female Shorthorns at 9693 09 and rour bulls at e30125 Season money Is now duo and I will appreciate it If you will settle at once M S Baughman Safe family hot ee net afraid of ca I bicycles or anything for sale R HI Crow Shelby City 2t Fat cattle are perhaps scarcer In Adair county than they have been Cor years says the News W C Terhune bought 275 mule colts at Carlisle Cyntblana Ashbrook aod 21Theyrodsburg Democrat The large stock barn of M J Farrl four miles from Danville on Harrod burg pike was struck by llghtnln Wednesday evening and burned We were unable to learn the cpntents and amount of loses IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES ExGov Proctor Knott has resigned as head of the Centre College bw Beckham has appointed Chat Powell a justice of the peace In the first magisterial district of Mercer He was appointed to succeed O W Let ter who moved out of the district One soldier was killed and 16 other were Injured by the premature explos- Ion of a projectile near Fort Riley Kas Private Lansshon of Londoc was one of a number to receive serious injuriesSomerset was visited by what appear now to be an organized gang of house breakers Four houses on Mt Vernoi avenue were entered and money jewelry silver plate and clothing stolen to the amount of about I400 A Jpic Carty J Crawford and Charles Colyei were among toe heaviest losers A Lexington dispatch says Thi ommlttees representlngRlchmond and the alumni of Central University met bere and agreed on terms by whit Richmond Is to retain the Central Unl rerslty grounds and buildings The Richmond people say a good preparatory school will be carried on there the faculty for which will be chosen it a few days Mrs Nannie Embry Elkln of Louisville died in Knoxvllle Tenn Tuesday morning at the house of berdaugh ter Mrs Wiley L Morgan She leave hrfie children In Louisville Mies Lela EIIkinnoxvllle Sentinel Deceased was in her 57th year and was the wife of the late Garrett Elkln and until recently bad made her home with her son Mr Zack Elkin in Louisville The remalnb were taken to Richmond and Interred In cemetery there Thursday morning THIS AND THAT The Danville colored fair lost 860 Cresceus distanced Charlie Herr at eadvllle Mass John Sieving was cut In two by a circular saw in Bath county All the developments In the steel strike are In favor of the trust Judge Estee holds that all Chinese born in Hawaii are American citizens A M Harrison has been appointed postmaster at Mt Eden Shelby county Dickerson S Son of Burgln hays ought a quantity of hemp at 475 and 15 The steamship Oregon has arrived at Seattle from Nome with 500000 In raIdAn electric lion from Somerset or urnslde to Montlcello Is being seriously consideredA destroyed the new town of Anadarko Oklahoma Three lives were lost Sam Strong the millionaire mine owner was shot and killed In a saloon tllbt at Cripple Creek Col Census office mortality statistics show tbat the average length of life has creased from 311 years to 352 since 1800Ano Green colored died at Mays ville of elephantiasis her weight vtng Increased In a few days to 475 pouodsJ McAllisters Dr Monical won- the 220 pace at Gatesburg 111 in ralgbt heats Best time 210 There were seven entries John Shotwell given a life sentence for the murder of Sutton Farris in the Corbin riot was granted a new trial- and will ask change of venue The Pulaski Oil Company of Sam erset filed articles of Incorporation wltb the secretary of State The capital stock is given at 00000 O H Waddle Is the principal stockholder Iron i Hot I THE LOUISVILLE STORES Great Closing Out To QuiteBusiness Sale Is Still On AlYcfwill continue to go on until our entire stock is closed out Thousands have i profited here the past six weeks beyond their fondest hopes This is a of a to buy good goods at about half their actual value must get rid of these goods and slaughtering prices will do it quickly HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR MONEY SAVERS j Yard Wide Brown Cot IHeavy ton cut to Ladies Fine Percale Shirt I Waists worth 50 to 75c cut to I Good Pearl Buttons all sizes worth lOc cut to Ladies fine kid Gloves worth I 150 and 2 all sizes shades cut to Ladies Corsets Summer I Wear plain and col ors worth 50c at Best Table Oil Cloth white I and fancy worth 25c a yard cut to I Ladies Wrappers made of best Sea Island Per- cales I wrth 125 I Fine Table Linen 60 in wide white plain or fancy I Mens Percale Shirts collar cuff attached worth 75c put off may your last to get I KINGSVILLE Too much rata Is the present la mentation in this section The oil qjestlon has subsided some what but It wlil arise again like truthThe W C T U seem to be accom some good already since its organization here a few months ago Mrs Everett Chevolette died Satur day morning of Bright disease Fu neral ceremony by Rev Dr J L Al len of Danville on Sunday afternoon at the Christian church after which the remains were Interred In the Press byterian Church yard Mrs Chevo lette was not more than 18 years of age and had been married only a year She was a good and bright girl and well liked by all who know her She was a member of the Christian church Great sympathy Is felt by all for the bereaved relativesWMcCarty left Tuesday for Ada Oklahoma where his son Ed Is locat ed He expects to be absent about two weeks Mrs W L McCarty and eon Mike went to Plnevllle Thursday where she will visit relatives and will go thence to Lebanon Junction Mr and Mrs D P Dineen and children dr Somerset were the guests of her moth er Mrs B C Pennvbacker a few days recently C M Pcnnybacker was down from Cincinnati Sunday to attend the funeral of his relative Mrs Everett Chevolette Mrs Cicero Reynolds accompanied by her grandson Master J C came over from Stan ford Sunday to attend the funeral of her niece Mrs Everett Chevolette John Howo went to Lexington Satur day CINCINNATI SUNDAY RATESThe regular biweekly Sunday excursion Queen Crescent Route Sunday August 25th All the Summer attractions of the Queen City are open Ask ticket agents for rates and time of trains W O Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O The general council of the American Bar Association decided that women are not eligible to membership In the association 40 39c c G9c 11 26c I ISc i 750IMI r 25o e39c The Louisville Store Boone County Fair Florence Ky August 2831 One fair round trip Q ibC Route to Erlanger dally during the fair from all points between Cincinnati and Lexington Ask ticket for particulars FOR RENT Cottage three rooms und kitchen 1lac contalDH two acre Nice garden Some fruit Situated on Danville Avenue tits MARY WHOUTON Lot of yearling Southdown and Shrop iblredowri Bucks for lale Also several thousand feet of lumber to trade for horses heap cattle or hog Blue grass seed for sale L O DUNN Mt Salem K- yPainting r I am prepared to paint indratclassatylobuggy carriage or wagon Experienced men to do It and aaroa teed You can have your old vehicle suede new for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now open for guest Everything li s dendld order the water Is plentiful nllll the shaded ground present u pleasant appearance Uuenta will be glvun willing At tendon Rate Adults es weeks chil dren under 12 years of ergo 8250 horses 5130 per week For further Informatlor apply to W M VAUO1IAN GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Oeo Holmes store neur the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You will always tlnd bargains at my store I am belling second hand Clothing to new also new Clothing and Gent Furnishing Goods Fine shoes Rot Gaps etc toping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a cordial Invitation to visit th9- Cincinnati11argate Store Cull and see me when you come to town We will sell Hour and meal from Morris Freds Farmers Holler Wills Stanford ut prices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE M REISEB Inon Ladies Black Mohair Fan cy Dress Skirts well made and trimed j Mens French Bal Underwr worth 75c garment at Ladies Sample Shoes f to 3 cut to tjMens Fine Shoes Lace or ISI Congress worth 150 iMens Fine Straw Hats worth or 75 cents cut tov f Boys Cheviot Worsted and Cassimere Knee Pants made to sell at 50c Knee Pants Suits all suitNylr Mens Fine Suits made to sell 850 Large 1variety of them 1 Mens extra good Drawers bleached 11orbrownIS in Klbo Kid Keel A SEE THAT THIS f iuo IS ON EVERY SHOE 9Sc I J I I worth I l 139c 25c I 1 QSc I X498el24c I GUARANTEE EVERY ARTICLE AS ADVER fJ IWE ISEDIcoming This be these I Reynolds agents NOTICE Repairing Cheapest Store Stanford Wholesale and Retail Salinger Bros Prors I General Favorite 1llPJJrialr TRAOISMAHK BRANDED 39e 1 chance ityIQueen Qual The famous shoe for women This shoo combines style easerand service to a degree far snpeiar to all others Our Fall Styles Are Now Open I Call And See Them r Cummins MoOlstr New Goods New Firm And Every Day la Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl Andyou have a Nice New Stock to select from Ycarjpntronago will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call imdjscejus WIWa SAUNDERS S coilwPhone 88 110 Westl Main Street iaw kk xM4sa THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOItD Ky Ace t0 1901com TRY the Judea Taft clear for II choice smoke at Penny Drug Store Otrn prescription work li uniurpaii PonnY1Drul PERSONALSIn MR J K FAnius It at the Urodhoad fairBRNtothewife of Mr A O T Smith a daughter MKS JP UAILEY bat been quite UK but It Improving MR W G WiTHEIts le confined to bii room with malaria r J T JONES did IOIDO plumbing at Junction City this week MRs J S HIGQINB Somenet with Mn Dr J B Owiley MISSES DAISY AND BLANCH VANDY PEER are vltltlnff In Louisville WELCH HOOIIKSTKH spent saversl days with Mack Lytlo at Qarrodtburg W 0 GOOCII of Garrard spent several days with brothers In this coun ty Miss DECKIE DRCMMETT order be- I paper changed tram GauHoy to Stcolc AlaMIss KATH BAUOIIMAN bat return od from a pleasant visit to friends at at Midway Miss MARY PENNINOTON spent a week with Mrs Anno Cook Huffman In Lexington MRTIIOMAS LASUW and wife of Livingston spent several days with his ofmotherMR J 0 COOK who has been visit leg his sitter here returned to Nash e Vllle Tuesday MR T K BALDWIN of Madlion s spent tovaral days with his daughte- Mr W II Shankse Miss ADDIE BASTLAND celebrated her lath birthday by entertaining a number of her friends MISS MlLDRRD CAMIlIBLL who ha s ben with the Mitten Lynn returned to MIllersbuigTuetday MRS W K ARNOLD and children are visiting her brother Rev J to Strotber at Wllllamitown ROBERT FAQALKY Is back from Forndalo Springs Tenn where he has been In the lumber basinet Miss ORA ENOCH of Somerset who has been at Crab Orchard Springs spent a few hours hero Tuesday MG ALDRIDOE aDd Fred Durdelt of Garrard through Wodnosd hionHENRY DEBORD went up to Ross land Wednesday to take the position of weigher at Ross Bros coal mine at that place MISS TEYI6 CAKtRNTRit hat been selected at one of the maids of honor l at the Knights Templar Conclave In Louisvilleflog for the Q ft C at Junction Ci his resumed his old position of agent at Norwood Miss CALLIR UORTOJJ of tbo Oar rodsburg Democrat Is at the bedside of her mother Mrs N J Horton who le seriously JAMES N CASH John Carter Les Carter Dwight Root and W L Chat d ler have all gone to Oklahoma since our last Issue- MEsSR6 M S I3Af OILMAN and R L Hubble were at tho Brodbcad fair but as there was not n fat mans ring on tbo program they did not show MR W E GILKISON organizer tbo A O U W Is hero getting up a lodge of that good order Ho le mewt log with considerable success HON HEN B KINO Is attending t Hrodhead fair Ho tolls us that his daughter Miss Addlo King who has been ill of fever Is improvingcMASTER GRATTON WOODSON and sitter Minnie who have boon visiting their grand paronte Mr and Mrs O J Crow returned toMIddlesboro Wed netday tUOENF AND DAILEY HUTCHISON sons of Mr T W Hutchison of tho Highland tjectlon left Wednesday Mercer connty Illinois to visit and prospect REV W J HOLTZCLAW pastor of the Third Baptist church at Atlanta wlfo and eon Harvoy are visiting tho families of MCSHM J H Poppies and L O King MR JOHN II JACKSON U eponJlnI the week with Mr and Mrs Shumate Ho Is hero attending the KI T drills preparatory to going to Louis vlllo for tbo conclave Danville NewsI LOCALStREAD George H Farris l Cos lidII READY TO WEA tfait a Mrs Klrby and Miss VanDoveorII SCHOOL BOOKS and school supplies at Craig HockorlIIHlouiNS iV McKiNNEY have been closed several days Invoicing THE Huitonvllle fair declared a per cent dividend Good SEE our lino of drills before you buy George B Farrle Co YOUR account Is ready Please call and BCttte at once Miss Llcclp Benz zey STOCK your winter coal In Aug netthe and you will save money J Baughman Coit rell1denceden lot and stable M F Elkin J CONF sends word that pany will begin boring for oil onI his farm near Moreland In a tow sage LADIYSOur Fall Stock of Queen Quality shoes il now open Call and see the new styles Cummins Me Clare VALUAHLE property with live build lou 160 feet caps op Danvlllo Avenue for 81000 Apply to H Drown or H Holm 2t KEEP your eyo on Withers Furni turo Store Ho le selling furniture carpets wall paper otc ht prices th a will plcaso you TilE L vrlIsellroundtrlp tickets to Cincinnati at one tars Sept 010 and 11 account the Annual Color cd Baptist Convention Tickets limit ed to Sept 20 MORRIS FRED proprietor Farmer holier Mill III putting In now macbln eryfrom W E Caldwell A Co and says be will make better Hour than any mill In Central Kentucky Tug Hustonvllle base ball club bad burTuesday but for some reason the vlsl tore did not show up Certainly lear of defeat did not prevent their com log THE L t Nwhlsellrouad trl IcSaltsf Ri ofchmondtbo colored talc j DEATH Thoma the twoyearold ton of Mr William Murphy of Row lead died Tuesday of whooping cough and was burled grandrson of Col W null Dodderer r DECLARED INSANEJack Eckler who fleas oo Lute Co1 farm near Mlllcdgovlllo was declared luiano by a jury In Judge Bailey court Tuesday and Wednesday morning be was taken to Lakeland Asylum by Sheriff S M Owens Ho grow very wild at times and made It noisy around tho jail tho short while he was confined In it A year ago Kckler had typhoid fever and It Is believed that that disease caused tbo mental trouble SAME NAME AND COUSINS Tutada a jewelry drummer called on William Hamilton the jeweler and introduced mself as William Hamilton That my name said our William Hamilton and then tbo two began to talk about the little coincidence They toned out that their tethers were brother in that they were of the amo age Th had never seen each other before b each knew of tho others existence hu two soon grew to bo very to friend and our William Hamilton tyboughtablghllL DEAD Mits Jennlo Brown who wal shot at the Liberty fair Saturday after noon by tho Negro Bill Vandcvcer who Intended the bullet for Odlo Paul died Tuesday afternoon and was burled theIleNo In Liberty Judge Tllford of the Casey county court ordered him brought hero and Sheriff T J Bell and E H Kldd turned him over to Jailor De lord Wednesday afternoon Vande veer bears a mot unsavory reputation but tho trouble ho has gotten himself ofnto will rid the public of him lor- a while If not forever Miss Drown as a daughter of Thomas Brown a bljtbt rf farmer axeh0el lent young lady Her unfortunate take Ing away sea cast a gloom over tho community In which she lived and tho tbo feeling against those who brought about ber death In naturally very bit- tor Vandovcer waived his examining trial and as circuit court does not convene at Liberty until the first Monday In December It will be some time bas loco will bo meted out to tho womantorMAD Too father of Mils M Prather who lives near Wllmoro Is said to bo ae mad as a wet son over her marriage to Clark Fox who the di patches eay le a farm hand formerly the employ of Mr Prather Tiio cotplo married here Monday morning as stated In our last issue but vo did not know at tbo time that there was auch parental objection The following dis sent from Danvlllo shows that hey bad a bard Limo procuring tbo necessary papers for tho Important ovont Mr Fox and Miss 1ratb from tho vicinity of Wilmore ha been spending the last two days trav c ling through this section attempting to get married They applied for li cones here Sunday and on being refus od went to Stanford The father the bride telephoned to Danvlllu Bar viewiohere offering a reward of 850 for t couple unmarried It said that Miss Prather Is only 14 years of ace Tuesday County Clerk George B Cooper was called over the telephone by a WIN more party whom he supposes was the girls father After asking about IeI suing the license tbo Irate man told him ho would bold bum responsible for young ladys marriage and left uaIIhieTho op over the throat LATEST Improved Superior Grain Drill at HIgglns t MoKinneys TilE people aro laRthat With ers Furniture Store IB the place to buy goods at right prices THE climax In beauty of person and speech will bo reached at the Garrard Opera House Lancaster Sept 5 tip M when 10 of tbo most gifted young Iv engageinsome diamond ring and a gold watch will bo awarded to the first and second beet Miss Polly Traylor will repre sent Stanford and Miss Sara Wood Lynn Mlllersburg Female College Those young ladles will act well their part and do justice to the high scan dard of culture enjoyed by our people prlvIlellecost rFIRE Wednesday night about H46 oclock the grocery store of Mr J B Hlgglns near the depot was discover ed to be nn Ore The alarm was turned In and tbo fire department responded thmoatgoods is nearly a complete lose Mr Higgle who was sleeping In the ilding does not know whether the pro was caused by a lamp exploding or mice gnawing matches but U of the opinion the latter was the cause The loss on stock will amount to about 8500 buildPy was partially covered by Insurance LATER The Insurance on tho stock antd hours after the fire by a company rep resented by Mr R B Mahony Sixtnh r begun Wednesday with the largos fir st days attendance In Its history Stock Is on band from ft half dor a counties and It la of a high grads Tho rings are all warmly contested InterelitlogTbetie county people generally are Bolo all in their power to make the talc success and we are glad to state that admirablyTbelaces and are taking tiara of the crowds In a manner satisfactory to all Stores are closed up most all of the day and menyof In making the visitor teal that It s Pse master as usual and makes a good ono The mulls tot Hissed by the Southern military band macdh Wednesdaut aro av yellow corn Cheetnuett rye Fred Hahni beans Cash Hiatt Irish potatoes Wm turnipDfreJoalo applelMackj peon B A Riddle watermelons A R McClary muskmelon J B Llvesay pumpkloWillbroom corn Wlnn Adams sugar cane Wm Haggard millet Walter Boyd timothy J B Ltvesay clover J B Llveeey black cake tire J H bright tea cake Ire J IIUbrlg AlbrlgbtlICrawford sorghum George Blatt but tor Mrs Josh Dunn peach Mrs J H Albright pear preserve Mrs J H Albright display of pro jelIyMrs J M Crawford grape wine J Crawford blackberry wine tilts Jerry Frith cucumber pickles Mrs Jcr Frith sun bonnets Mollle Hlatt cut flowers Mary Roberts oil painting Mollie Hlatt chair tidy Mrs J B Ltvesay couch pillow Miss Helen Thurmond Tbo farmers running had five entries and was won by Oac Spoonamore Egbert Wallln was sec racevMinks owned the mule that won and Morris Farris the one that camo see IIugGInhe tact horse Musketoon J H King with Ante Carlo got second money at Thomas Napier third The boys shoo rata was won by Charley Lawrence The crowd yesterday was about tbo average for the second day while tho show of stock was perhaps better Space forbids us giving tbo awards In Pav0irtom t pair gases H C Jones bull Harrison uqdorCoofItand won on w o yearold mule yearling mue Dur arehoNapier second The pacing veto won by C C McClure with John Rob erts second Tom Napier took the run Jitng race Scott Farrls seconds Tom Minks the mule veto with Morris Farris second R H Bronaughs en try In the running race fell both heats I J man acknowledges thanks for courtesies received at the hands of President Cherry and Secretary Tate THE Northbound passenger duo here at 241 A M will three hours late yesterday WE will till your coal home during the mooch of August cheap for cash J H Baughman Co FOR SALE OR RET Retldencc on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire of E C Walton A J ADAMS ot Huttonville refused 8150 lora snare of stock In the Neeley Oil Co In Wayne The share cost him 810 IT seems that the republicans cant issues Mr D B Edmtstoo to accept that nomination for county judge Mr Edmlstou has evidently read the band writing On the wall REUNION ENCAM1PafnNThe mew ber of Lt Severance Post G A R are looking forward to a bit time lit tbelr reunion encampment at Crab Orchard Aug 29 30 and 31 Anum hero prominent speakers will furnish oratory while the Southern Military Band of Crab Orchard will discourse e etreeteat ofmusic JohnNwhen we said editorially that he bad served at sheriff three terms and dc siring to do tbo square thing by all wo cheerfully make this correction Tho record show that Instead of three terms the man who now wears the of fice of rbcrlff from the republicans was flvo time honored with the sberiffalty by the democracy of Lincoln county On Jan 29 1881 Judge Ellis Drown appointed him to the aches of high sheriff In August of that year ho was elected for the next term In 1852 he was elected for 1SS3 and ISS4 and In the latter year he was elected for 1SS5 and 18S6 Ho took a little rest then but In 1SOO ho was elected sheriff for 1801 and I8D2 and was again elected for 1803 and hut making five terms in all It will be noticed that he succeeded himself several times which under the old constitution was permissible During those five terms Mr Menefeo must have drawn between 820000 and 825 dameapartydoee andOszbtfor years Surely It does and why ho should humiliate his friends who have tblnbymanyrstep be has taken It Is a sad mistake be boa made and be will realize ItI when It Is too late CHURCH HATTERS The State Sundayschool Association meeting at reelected all old officers Purdomchurch near Tablow closed with 10 additions gays the Harrodsburg Democrat CainHldlle rhosold house The meeting at the Christian church Tberebllvemembers are being greatly awakened notlonllerMATRIMONIAL divorcedIrom LeilelatureIiinansvllle N C Saturday showeeman L Ward of Louisville were mar vied by Magistrate House on Feb 19 1000 Shortly after the clandestine suddenlyDlvied with her to her crave rThe great Robinson circus shows at gOHauloIromand Danville Show at Danville Aug 23 Excursion rates from all points agtsrSALEqtnVfv have limited amount of Mock of tho MldWuv Oil t Gas Company that wo will offer 4tla per ahnre this Company 1ms CooperNayaobproducing well For further Informa HdPUBLIC SALE Owing to my advanced ace I will sell at- puhlle nuctton at my place I H miles west of McKlnuey on the McKluney and Mt Sa pike on Saturday Sept 14th 1901 My farm of 101 acres well Improved with arenIInn utato of cultivation and Is wellwatered fenced twill also toll RIot of per oo coniUtlng of horses cows yearling ClInic calves hop sheep tc A weld of soldghousehold and kitchen furniture fIrm wugun and spring wagon and farming Im ofwasMcKlnnoy Ky T D Engllh Auctioneer FARM FOR RENT A nice clean form near Cedar Qrvek Station on L N containing 147 acres 60 acre to go In corn about In wheat In l oats and the rest In grills Addreisl T TUCKER BARGAIN PRICESIn Paints For THE CASH After the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save you money if you will c- allNCIRQCCJRAITcG f Stock We to For Pay For and Hardware wart China ware RefrigeratorsIce Freezers Coolers Oftll and sec our OperaHouse We also Ihe Neal Columbian Stoves and full line of other Stovea and Limo and Cement JOHN BRIGHT JR CO ManfashionOxfords Just a few of those Manish Ideal Patent Kid Oxfords left and we will close them out at less than factory prices The most uptodate shoes for madebySONS JOHN P ONES Stanfrod New Feature McCall Bazaar Patterns Only IOc and 15c None Higher Subscribe for McCall Magazine with all the late fashions 50c per year and get a pattern free We keep these orderingISep tember fashion plate free Severance Sons B UGQIES I UGQIES I UGGIES I The Largest an Best Selected WolIave 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price from 25oo To 5oooo Claim Retail Buggies Less Than Some people Them Staple Fancy Wooden wellknown Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and wo sell on a smaller margin than any house In Central Kentucky Our Lincoln County friends are especial ly invited to look our stock over Bruce b Bright Danville THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Xnlered n the post gfce at Stanford at teondclati tnatt- errtabliadTtlalloy LHeL3Prldax At 1 PER YEAR CASH air when not lapttdSSOO will becharjed MONEY TO LOAN In sumo of one thousand dollars and over on farms only nt 8 per cent Lone time and easy payments W A TRIBHLE 3m Stanford Ky L 8 PRICE r Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflctOTsr UeRoberta Drnj Store In the Owtlej I lJl1Udwe R A JONES DENTISTStanford KyI Office over Higgins A McKlnnoya Ston Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoSinney K GMukennd keep constantly on hand tbo best of Flour Moat Bran Oblck on Feed c Price very reasonable CUI tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedv Miller Executors Notice I The creditors of D W Vundoreer decd aro hcrebuy notified to present their claims against said estato by Sept 1 1101 duly proven as required law All persons owing said estate are requested to nettle This Oth of July 1UUI MARTHA VANDEVEER Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK bores and Mules constantly on hand and tor salo at all times W Logan Wood Manager FKRM FOR SALe I Containing 18i acres two mlle south of McKluney on Mlddleburg 175 acre under fenco and 165 acres cleared Hast dwelllngs with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whol Fur further Information call ou or addres J S MOBLEY McKinney Ky Ha Ca RUPLEY r The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv t Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Successor to The Hank A Truit Coinpao suit under same management eonunu owls for Years Solioits Your Bank Account Hoplngsucb business relations will prove tnutua ly IwueScUl and plea DIR OTORS J B Paiton Jt Owsley Sr J ieneree A W Carpenter W U Oumuuni J E Lynn 511 Shanks J y Cub J Owslcy UFFICf1J 811 Shanki President U Uley eaablfr W M Url ht Aai Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP STANFORD KY CajilUl Stock 159000 Sarphi 110000 This Institution originally aiUblltbad u the VI po UB nk of Stanford la 1833 then reorganlted ths National Hank of Stanlord In IBM andsgali Borganlted as the First National Hank ot SUnforc 1882 his had practically an uninterrupted edit nee ror 411fIUl Is letter supplied now wit lacllltles for transacting bu Ine promptly and erllythsneverbefureinr Its long soil bonoiab career Accounts oi Indlrlduali fiduciaries todlndlfldualisolIclUdDinicTOit y Beld Lincoln Coj J W liayden Slanfoi S Tflmle 811 Eaughman J S Hater TJfUltt WP Walton 1A TrlbblII JUCSollUrCrabOroid Jat KoWnson Hubble M DElmoreSantotdorncua JB rocker PrnUsnt J J UcBoberU Cubic Valuable Property For Sale I toga to sell privately my dwelling and lot at The house is a com fortable one and there tt on the lot a store house blacksmith shop and tenant touao Outbuildings are numerous and In Ill Apply to me for terms and a furtber- deterlptfonof the property SLUK E UA1LEY Turnersvlllc I fERDILLEHAY DANVILLE ST Manufacturer of ERICK i And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Pri- cesMONEY I Life Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J 8 OV LEV JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply TO PROPERTY OWNERS- For fair and liberal adjustments of fosses I recommend to all property owners of Oa counties nome Inand adjoIningtoy lurauce Company of Now York represented- JesseT D Wearen Stanford Ky 7 I Insured toy property In the abcve com pinyand lost my property by lire Juno 18 settled with mo tor the OlDpan promptly and liberally afDAvIS DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and 19 Eves examined am glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours u n m to S p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PnoPBirroB I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any und all kinds of grind Ing and that I will at all times furnish the- bes 0- 1Flour Meal Sfcipstuff Chicken Feed Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promldng to give the lest result Dont meyou but bear lu mind alwars that I need your FRED Prorpatronage MORRIS Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Vlll be In Dsntllle Mondays Wednesday and Fridays Vlll be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat unlays- Otfce In the ftnolngton BulldlnjSUnforJO Ice hours em12an1totrXOSTEOPATHY This Science orlttntted IDol developed by Dr T Still of KlrkiTllle Mo depends on the and Physiology u cite rluciplee of Anatomy no lattb no drug no rubbing- 0surglaloperations and claims nlng super Osteopathy Tlews man U I machine of so many When all partsIs adjustmentarts III ue property adjusted lid not overworked health Is the Some the dljeaw treated by us Nervous rwtniUon headaches Neuralgia UheuiaatUm aUrrb Eyes Granulated Lids Goltr linn Aver and Lung Ulrnw Constipation lie Gill 15IoD1 Enlarged roitiataU Stom troubles Diesse of Donee and acb and CUlturtltmllocaUon Stiff J olDu- Para1fll1ucontiDeDce Hnti Alas t I specialty Coaultalloa Fret J+ G+ ccMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalear In HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEYHAYS T7NDEETASEES DIALXU IS Furniture ainttin jjsRug8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give a call Prices righttbemI ITANFORD KENTUCKY k HON JAMES BEXNKTT MCRKAKl One of the best known public men of the lay The above picture is only n fair likeness of the distin guisheil soldier statesman and citizen lie is known to the Olitical worM ns the greatest handshaker of the age as well ns the grontcstJoIit ical general He in OS when he was chosen n presidential elector on the democral ticket in G9 he was elected to the Legislature from Madison and in1 71 nnd 73 was reelected without opposition being elected Speaker of the House three successive terms In 75 when he was only 36 yet rs ofage he was nominated by the democrats for governor nnd wns elected over John M Hnrlan republican now associate justice of tho U S supreme court by 37000 At the expiration of his term he returned to his home nt Richmor andresumed the practice of law In 81 he became n candidate for Congress from the Sth district and was nominated by n largo plurality car tying 11 out of 13 counties then composing the district He wns elected without intermission to the 54th Congress covering the unusu period of 12 successive years As n gallant soldier as State leg islator and governor he won distinguished honors but his untiring energies and services in Congres which the whole country was prompt to recognize brought him nation and international fame James B McCronry is n man whom the people trust and hat rusted for nearly 30 years and is ret mentally and physically in the prime of life Believing that n pay can by organization and disci line make effective tho principle which it espouses he hns been from- boyhood a strict partisanin ossen inls orthodox in nonessentials iberal He is n democrat who has ervcd all the peopleday in an lay outwith loynl devotion to principle He hQs eupportodtln straight democratic ticket and platforms Slate nnd national from first to last since the day he cast his first ballot and he has stumped th itnte for the cause he loves in muse ampaigns He has lone more to dvance tho interests of the domo ratic party in Kentucky than another dozen public mon put togothur In tho campaign of WOO long noting his gonius for organizing and executive ability he was calla by the democrats to the front to dome the hurl and exacting duties of the State democratic eaten sign committee for Bryan nntl leckham Leaving home and bust ness he removed to Louisville and- for three months cooperating with democrat all over tho State he labored continuously tho glorious result achieved last November against political enemies and against It hundred thousand dollars poured into the Stnte to lure old Kentucky ivny from her democratic moorings shO1I how wisely ho worked and how well Where wore his distinguished Dncnts excepting ono who are now opposing him for the democratic imination for U S Senator from entucky when that armed mob of sperndoes from the mountains of Eastern Kentucky wore terrorizing our State capital and who finally isassinated our beloved governor Wm Goebol Wo can answer tho icstion easily they wore in Wash iugton telegraphing back to friends at Frankfort If you need our SOl vices wire us Chits Wheeler and D H Smith Whore was grand glorious brave old McCrenry Ho- WitH in the thickest of the battle ding aid and counsel to his fel ivdemocrats insisting on them to be brave anti fearless and loyal to till laws of Kentucky and not to lot any stain bo put upon the pages of Kentuckys history bydemocrats but let law and order prevail If the democrats of Kentucky hae left in their veins one drop of brrutitude they will see to it that this grand glorious and noble old democrat who fought democratic battles in the COB when his opponents woro not even old enough to C18- ttheir vote is elected by the next highetIbelievo the ambition of his life to asMrlpalsslMM be Senator from Kentucky the grandest State in the Union help him for his past services to the party which ho loves so well real izcr that ambition by electing Hon- G T Farris of the 18th sonntorinl district and Hon M F North of Lincoln ns Senator and tnlivo respectively Hoprcseni McKINNEY Mute Mollle and Eva Vaught arc on the Hick list but not confined to tbelr bedsThieves broke Into a box car on tbe side track hero and etolo 100 hound of meat and a quantity of lard a few nights a oIThe Baptist church beta called Rev Eugene Sallee of Texas at pauorwho will begin hli pastorate the 11 Sunda In September and will preach twice a monthMary the seven year old dauehte of Mr and Mm Jack Alford died of Icar latlna or some kindred disease at ber home near here Sunday morning and was buried hero Monday- G E Jones is improving his IlrOpet ty on Builonvlllo street and has it con tractcd to a Casey county gentles who wilt occupy It as a manufaclur establishment should he be able to eo cure residence here We hope for hili successMr Pryor Adams son Inlaw of our neighbor David Smith of South Forie died of typhoid fever at his homo In Lexington Ho was brought here and burled in the McKinney Cemetery Mr Adams was a Christian jentlam which Is tbo highest encomium paid to my man He has left a good wife and tour little children besides numerc needs to mourn his early death Mr Sarah Dayton and two sons aro Iowa with Intermittent and typbold fever The mother and John are con ralcscent while Will Is Just outer on bis second week of confinement 10 Us bed The boys have typbold The friends of Taylor Durham egret to learn that he Is dangerous IllIf not deadof typhoid fever at tie new home in Wayne county Mr Durham moved from Mlddleburg a fnr nonths ago and located temporarily near Monticello A MINISTERS GOOD WORK had a severe attack of bilious oolle got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two dotes sod was entirely curedlas He v A A Power of Emporis Kai My neighbor across the street was lick- for over a week had two or tbrao bottlfS of medicine from the doctor He uJell them for three or tour days without re lief then called in another doctor wbo eatcd him for some days without relit so discharged him I went over to lee hlnl the next morning lie skid his bow- fls were in a terrible fix that they ball been running off so long that it was almost blood flux I asked him if he bad tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and inrrhoea Remedy and he said No weot home and brought lam my butt and pave him one dose told him to tako other doso in 15 or 20 minutes if he did- not find relief but bo took no more and- WIIS entirely oured I think il is tbe- belt mcdloine I have ever tried Jor- ale by Craig A Hocker druggists Direct the Child IIo who checks n child with terror Stops its play and stills its song Xot alone commits an error But a grievous moral wrong Gie it play and never oar it Active lifo is no defect Xever never brook its spirit Curb it only by direct Would you stop the flowing river Thinking it would couso to how Onward must it go forever Better teach it whoro to go iDOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for couThs and Cold II all right bur you want something that willrelloe and cure the more severe and daogerou8 results of throat and luni lroublEs What shall you dot Go to warmer and more regular dimnto Yes If pofsible if not possible for you then In either case lake the remedy that- haR been introduced in oil civilized coutrlea with succees in severe throat- and lung troubles Boschees German SyrupI It not only heals and stimulate tbe tlsnuf to destroy the germ disease but- allays Inflammation causes easy ex torallon gives a good nights rest IIUl- lcures the Try one teco- mmendcll runny years all druggist in the Greens Prize Alma- nao Fm ado at Pennys Drug Store inford Fair Dates Aug RJdaps ibelbyvlllc Aug L74 days llddlcnboro Aug 2J3 days Jardetown Sop S6 days lussell Springs Sep 14 days illlzabethtown Sep 104 days iowllntr Green Sep 106 days Springfield Sep 11I days ilasgow Sep 184 days ouUvllle Interstate Fair Sep 23 12 lays Thfre is more Catarrh this section of tbe- teuntrl than alt othcnllwcses put together sod unUl the last few fUI was IUP OU to he In and rronoucurItIDd by constantly falling to cure lIInt rcDouulO l It Incurable Sclencereat ronD catmh to ilea conitltutlonal disease lug foreretolrarnnsumuonaltratmentl star Catarrh Cure A Co Toledo Ohio lithe only conillutlonal cure tbe market It Is taken internallylln doses Irolll 10 dralbtoa teaspoonful Il sets terectly on tbe sod mucous surfaces ol the 11 oller one hundred dollars for any cats t falls to cur tend lor circulars ndthnonllllJdrew P J SoIl hdrugRiota 75- enill Family Ina are the beat r1 ON TilE COOL KENTUCKY t Circle Excursion Aug 27 Special train from Hurmiilo to High Bridge Mont ride ilmvn the Beautiful Kentucky River to Frankfurt and Special Train returning home in evening Ask ticket agents for particular JI50 Round Trip From Junction City The Handsome Electric Lighted Steamer Falls City Stafford FEn alc College+ p A Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladles Has all the grades of the best city graniuiarjichools nod In addition the full regu lar courses of study of the best female colleges in the Bute Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction In all departments by competent and experienced teachers The next anutul session wilt open Monday September 2J Tuition fees range from flOJto 125 per term of 20 weeks Roan tuition In literary courses and music 20 weeks flOO For catalogue address E S PINKERTON Prin- Stanford Xy State College of Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical IStatu College College of Kentucky courses of study vir Agricultural Horticultura Chorales Biological Mathematical Normal Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which over tour years and loads to a degree IVxiigraduato courses of study are also provided leading each to masters degree Each coune of study is organized a tvparate faculty The general faculty numbers more than thirty professors Instructors COUNTY APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent In dormitory fuel end and il they remain ten months traveling exxtue8 The laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The lut Legislature appropriated S0000 for a home for young women otl a drill nd has been provided for men Military tattles and science are lully provided for as by Con gresi Oraduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent dons and liberal remuneration The demand Is largely In exerts of the ability of tho college to supply Last year the matriculation was 020 Per catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission aptly to JAMES K 1ATTEllSOK LL D 1rcildent Fall torm begins September IDOl LRXIXWTOX Ky mThe Racket Store f Is full with Bargains now in tho line of Clothing Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings I have Just returned from the East where I have purchased tho best and ohrspoit slock ever brought to Stanford I will now be able to any Clothing and Sl10e louse in the State Como and see for yourself and bo convinced This will- be oneof the biggest MONEY SAVING SALESEver attempted In Stanford 200 palm Misses Slippers to elope out at lac a pair sites 18 to 1 300 hilt Lsdlc Slippers sizes 21 to 4 to etiMO out at ISc pair worthlf9130 TILE RACKET STORE STANFORD Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor Lamps In 1Ollr to make room for our a1l1al1lpwe taller this tallow ing li clew 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS A CO We Will Tufcp In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay Kye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford MNJD1 EJf rARLb + The people of Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially Invited to call and examine the handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper I fiver haveinftt the PaintsOilsi L GIBBONS Danville t J tH