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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Ir h M V aw n s Jr SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR 0 JOURNAL y Mt u J ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY HT l1 H YEAR I btx1w t OL XXVIII r STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 16 1900 9AM NO 65 IA c tS KIRKSVILLE fi t A Hitlo child of Mr George Rot t died last Tuesday f At tho ealo of Mr Billy lingua doe yceaeod corn cold In tbo Oold at 8142 nod of all kinds brought fair priced On account of little Sarah McMur ryIllness Mn McMurry will not re Carolloaiuntil tbls We bear rumor of a bank being started In Klrkavlllo If our enterllrh Ing citizens would take hold of this x thing It would be a great help to the lt town and community ocrJcr of November It le one of the bolt iraall farts In the county and will no I doubt find a ready buyer Dr Oldham and Fryo mado an ex change of property met week Dr Prye 1taking Dr Oldham house and lot In Richmond and Dr Oldham a house and Ifr four acres of land In Klrksvlllo ad Jolng tbo old Klllott Institute property The Sccrcat Normal Inilltutu line or I iIanlzed a PbllomatbeanSoclctr which marts every Friday afternoon and It tJ Interesting and Initructlro to both pu pill and patron It la seldom we hear- a more penuailve or earnest speaker than Hev S M Rankln of Stanford 1who assisted Rev Zenow In the meet loa at the Preibyterlan church lat week We hear regret on all lde a that the meeting did not continue long 1 er The ladle of the community attend i ed the hectingof the democratic club last Thursday evening and were highly entertained Dr I B Oldham made the welcome address Prof Stevens then Introduced the speaker of the evening Mr R W Miller who with hie eloquence and pcrua lvo power did much toward making tbo democrat feel anew that they were laboring In a great and good cause and encour J aged them to greater efforts in their workMr and Mn Walker Tevl aro visit- Ing her father In Missouri Miss Bee i Elkln a charming young lady of Lou livUle who has been visiting beraunl MM Josiah P Simmons returned to j her homo Monday Chris Farrl went to Cincinnati tact week to matriculate In the dental college which be will at tend as stain at hit icbool hero U fin- Ished lie li a fine young man and wo predict for him a brilliant future Rev and Mr Potter went back to Nash villa Tuesday where he has the care of t a flourishing church Mre Pottcrwbo has been In poor health spent most of the summer wlthter father Mr Wm Jane but goes to Naibvlllo very much Improved IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Two suite of 15000 each were Died In 4ttbo Pulatkl circuit court against the city of Soinnnet for Injuries suitaleed on account of the citys water pipe boo y log above the ground Other suits will probably follow Mayor Parker of Somreet vetoed r the action of the board In resolving to 1grant saloon license He takes the ground that the action of tho board was premature for tbe reason the late i BUtcillcd election was Invalid and void Somerset Paragon tt The Centre College foot ball team de feated the State College eleven at Dan ville Saturday br a score of 6 to 0 Its was a bard fought game and Centre tU made Ita touch down with first half t Martin the heel end of the S C team came near llelng or winning the game with brilliant rune The name of George W Drawer ap pear In the casulllltlbt In Gen Man JOAlthur report of Oct 8th He was a native of Kentucky und a ton of O II Brewer a former attorney and pollM aluu of Borea and Richmond but now of Oklahoma HI relative live In Clay county and tho mountain section Itidgu W P Rains hoe received his uommUiloa ua police judge of Ltv ingston and his bond was approved bj Judge Wiillarr8 Judge Rains Is thu proper man in the right place and us long na be remains Mt the helm lnw und order noj jutiluo will reign buprumo In thu lonto of Livingston Mt Vtrnon Sicnal nODBED THE 3HAVE tailllng InttJcnt of whl1I Mr John Olive- roflhlladdpula Wat the object U lurralid liy til in aiflluot Iwnlna uiral dmildtl cmil lion Myiklu wag Imatrlluw e ca iiikcn coiifj continually lick end Inna- alIetltegraduallrarowtogweaker darby ilaf Tlitw ins lip Ilin tay a friend mUlwd trying Kuilrio it r ami tony- greatjoyuduprletheadt totlle wade a de clilvd IniiiroTenifot tliclr for throe wtvk end am now a well wen I know they Uvi bur Ilfe and roI od the Rruve of anober data Nooeedoud ull lu try than Only JiJc guaranteed at 1enn j Unig bture e Elghtucu million uuutd bo Red each day with broad mule from Min ncapolla lour without lucrenstng thu present dell out pl of the iniUs Jo 1D90 these mill ground over 00000000 bushels of wheat Taps represented product of over 2000 farms of 161 acres each the average yield per ecru being 20 bushels The railroads bad to provide over 100OOJ curs to transport this flour The care It made up Into trains would bo lUltlcIent w make a ri full complement for 4050 trains Nor epralns swellings aid lameness there Is nothing so good as Chanter lalna Palo Balm Try It For ale by Craig Ilocke Drugjlets t a lidr MIDDLEIURG J II MoWhonor at Yosemite who made some reputation last spring as a successful Hibernian has perhaps gotten lo be too greedy and has had his luck turned on him In order to bo ahead of any ono else bo lit out n few mornings since before It was light enough to see well and made his way to the river a hall mile away On ar riving at his accustomed place for ang ling It was nccestnry to descend a bunk about six feet high under which ho hi would find a safe retreat from In truders In making the descent his f jot caught In u vino and his burly car cats was thrown headforemost Into eight foot water below On reaching the shore he started for homo without stopping to look for tackle or other equipment Having adorned hi shiv ering body with dry clothing ho sat down to Implore Mrs MaWhortcr to keep It a profound secret Hut the joke was too good to keep and tho boys are having no end of fun at Hansford expense Mr MoWhorter Is a good humored fellow and will wait with pa tience his turn and the writer for one will expect no mercy when his time comes to turn tho joke There was a Joint debate on the po litical issues hero Thursday night Ben V Smith democratic candidate for Congress In this district and J W Colyer bad spoken at Liberty that day and bad an appointment to speak hero at night W B Cockran had aleo an appointment to speak for the republl cans and ho brought Judge Bcldcn up with him A debate was agreed to and they lit Into each other Judge Beldcn led off for the republicans In a 45 minute speech that was dry and uninteresting which brought forth no up plauio whatever from his tide of the house Mr Colyer then took the stand and for three quarter of an hour pour ed It Into tbo Judge nod the republican party In a way that hurt and dont you forget It Mr Colyer le a fair speaker and was applauded from start to Unlib W B Cockran cumo next for tho ro publicans and remembering the Oat failure of Judge Helden to create any cnthutlatm and hie own Inability to do so be requested tho audience not to applaud him And hn need not have made tho request font there was any thing In hit speech to applaud no ouo was able to see t and ho closed without disturbing the peaceful snooze that omo of his republican auditor were Indulging In Mr BenJ V Smith the next and last for the democrats began by saying tbat ho had learned that the democratic club here bad been named for hIm and was proud of It and would get the little thing a drew He then Jumped upon the republican party with both feet and for the time allotted him covered all tbo Issues of the campaign and droned down Cochran and Beldcn In a way they were not used to Judge Dclden tried to go to sleep but the deafening applause was too much for him and ho bad to grin and endure It Cockran bold up hie head but It was plain to see that he would have rather been some where else Mr Smith Is a brainy fellow and Is fully able to take care of himself with Borelng or any other republican orator be may chance to meet It was nil Ant visit here and democrat are much pleated with him The debate was a lit failure on the part of Cockran and Bclden and It will doubtless be a long time before tbo loaders hero will be caught In a snap of the kind again Cockran speech might have been better had ho discuss ed tbo Usucs of tbo campaign and not tried to engendered bad feelings by re tarring to the Negro In slavery If he has no other stock In trade ho ought to get oIT the stump WANTS A MEETING CALLED TOUD KY Oct laWe see In a rc cent Issue of your paper that the stock holders In tbo Somerset Banking Co In Boyle Lincoln and ltoc kCII fit coun ties are preparing for an Investigation nf the uifalrs of the bank We want vim tody to them that the pcttylo of thtantidof PulttftUl county are very anxious for an investigation and are ready und willing to do their purl In the mutter und wo think the sooner wo call a meeting of fctockholdcrs and go to work the better It will be for We arc In favor of calling u meeting lit imuo nod luoklutr after our Interest Lot us nil work together TODD ft Sos When you cannot sleep for roughing It is baldly nedsaury that any one should tell you that you need a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Uemedy to allay thu irritation of the throat nUll make sleep poelblo It is good Try it For sale by raigii Hooker Druggists Ik la no bliss To miss a kiss hut Ob llebllrd To kiss a miss But sometimes herYouYuu bad muted her eatingoatune republlcanout the following election forecast Electoral votes certain for McKlnley 270 certain fur Bryan lift even ohanc es 38 chance In favor of democrat e4 r- y MATRIMONIAL Arthur Reid 24 and Miss Florence Yocum 20 were married at J D Longs SundaytMr Robert Smith Dulln Jr of Mad leonville and Miss Jean Campbell Ce cil were married at Danvllle The question Is marriage n tall uro finds something approaching an nllnnatlvo answer In the Toledo case where a man 00 years old beat hIs aged wife and was jailed Miss Luclle Waddle second daugh ter of Mr O II Waddle of Somer set and Mr John D Stotns of Cincinnati will be married at the tli E church South In Somerset Nov 28 A Missouri editor says Ve ex pected to have a death and a marriage to report this week but a violent storm prevented the wedding und the doctor being sick himself tbo patient recov ered and wo are accordingly cheated out of both Two months ago Miss Vita Mulvey a reigning belle of Metropolis III was secretly worried to Edward Pueso a Texas ranch owner A public wedding was to have taken place Oct 3 but be fore the date arrived the bride confessed to her father that the had already been married for two months and In stead of a wedding she wanted a di vorceFARlUSWEAItENA8 this paper Is being printed the wedding bell arc ringing and gladness and joy fill the happy hearts of Mr George II Farris and Miss Janlo Wears The cere mony Is being said at the beautifully dec orated homo of Mr and Mr George D Wcaren by Rev S M Rankin and Mr Robert 0 Farrlf and Mite nettle Wcaren Mr Barnes Wearcn and Mil Mettle Alford are the attendant The program le to drive to Danville Imme diately after the knot Is tied where the happy couple will take tbo train for Cincinnati to spend the first few day of their honeymoon returning to Stan ford on tbo 20th after which thou will be at home to their friends The bride Is a very lovely and accomplished young lady and has a boil of friends There le no more popular young man or a hoer business one than the groom lie la the son of Mr and Mrs IL C Farris and le the head of a very successful grocery and hardware firm They be gin what le bound to prove a happy married life under the most pleasing auspice and with the congratulations and good wishes of every one who knows them Including the INTERIOR JomtNAL force who wish them the happiest voyage over the sea of life to a safe harbor on the other shore NEWS NOTES At Butler Sunday Mill Sophronla Dunaway aged 45 year and mentally deranged tied a rock around her neck walked Into the Licking river and was drowned The batttethlp Wisconsin established a now record for chips of that data on her trial trip deyelopJog a speed of 18 54 knots an hour The average speed for 64 knots was 1725 knots an hour Richard Flynn ailed 60 flagman at oho Broadway crossing of the Clncln nail Southern at Lexington was In scantly killed by an engine Friday shortly past noon while In the dis charge of his duties- CHURCH MATTERS Rev It U Noel returned yesterday from Silver Creek where bo held a meeting which resulted In 10 additions to the Baptist church Roy J W Loving Glasgow was aided In a meeting by PastorEvangelist Fred D halo There were 18 added by baptism nine by letter and six by rela tionTbo Lincoln County Cooperation Association of the Christian church will moot at Hubble next Saturday from 0 lo II oclock Program furnish ed that day The honr for tho Christian Endeavor at Turnersvlllo has been changed from 7110 1031 M Sunday and preaching Immediately after by the pastor Rev Hagin Alice M Alcorn prey CAME KEAK DYING For three days nod nights I suOcrctl agony untold from an attack of cholera morbua brought ou by eating cucumbers says M R Lowtber clerk of tbo district court OEiilervIlle Iowa I thought I should surely die and tried u dozen dif ferent medicines but all to no purpose I sent for a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved mo entirely I went to sleep and dd not awake for eight hours On uwakrnluii a few hours ago I felt so gratified that the first work I ilo on going to the office Is to write to the manufac tutors of this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God blew you and tile splendid medicine you make This remedy it for sale by Craig it Hock er Druggists a The farmers who may wish to save the expense of dehorning cattle when they grow up has but to buy fivecent stick of potash and when the little horns make the firtttlgnof starting on the calves wet them with a little water and rub them over with the caustic stick and the calf will never know tbat nature Intended that It should have horns r LANCASTER Dont forget to hear Sbumanna Concert Company at the Opera House next SaturdayljrhtOurfoot team defeated Danvilli on their own grounds Saturday the sitoro being S to 0 Dr Acton tolls us of the birth of a child In this county which only weigh Ii pounds and which Is doing well Tho HaptUt save an eujoyable re ocptlon at the church on Friday night to meet the new pastor and his wife Messrs Victor Leur Georco Robin soeand K F Poetic were elected dca cone at the Christian church on Sun daySenator J C S Blackburn will speak at the court hougo In this city at 10 A M Monday Ojt 22 county court day Everybody who Incurs toed government civil Utterly and opposes assassination Ic invited to attend A telegram on Thursday announced tbo death of Mrs W S Elkln m Atlanta Her husband U a son of dipt T A Elkln and MUa Muttlo Elkln went to Atlanta to attend the funeral Deceased bad visited this city and made many frlends while here Sincere con dolence Is extended to the bereaved husband and the two bright little sots who are deprived of the greatest earth ly prize a mothers love lint care Mrs T J Hatcher Is seriously III J W Miller has been to Lexington J Paul Miller spent Sunday at home Senator Farris and Representative Hiy were at home Sunday The former say that the republicans prevented the postage of a new election law and would not oven agree to an equal dlvls Ion of the umpires Mceera B F Hud son and J E Stormes have been to Somerset Mr Lee Ball Is on the sick list R L Elkln has gone to Atlanta E P Morltz comes hero from Stanford to buy beef steak- Democratic speeches are being made from hilltop to hilltop throughout the length and breadth of Garrard county and I only regret tbat I am forced to make an Imperfect and a cursory men tion of them One thing is certain the democrats are wide awake and somebody li going to get fooled about the vote A club of 50 was organized at Herrings School House Thursday night R C Hamilton was elected president Mat Slier vice president and John M White secretary This Is a democratic hot bed and much good will be done In that section Messrs J T Hays Swlnebroad and Davidson spoke to a large and enthus iastic club Wednesday night at Manse The Bryantsvlllo club which Is grow lOll rapidly was addressed Saturday afternoon by Messrs C C Fox and W J Price of Danville On Saturday night Chairman Joe Bobldeon Intro dueed lion C C Fox at the court house and be drew an Indictment against the republican party and John W Ycrkes which had a number ol counts all of which were well estab lished In a clear and logical manner by Indubitable evidence He said that If Ycrkea didnt run better away from home than be Is running In Boyle Beckham would win by a very large majority He further said itwas In bad taste for the republicans to accuse ua of stealing at the polls when they had stolen everything from the presidency down that the court grove us the tlfle to the governorship while no court gave the presidency to Hayes Latch er Owsley will matfe more appoint monte soon and help to swell the democratic majority On Fridaymorniog as stated In your last issue Mr John W Poor aged 70 years died after being confined to his bed but a few days Funeral services were conducted at the Christian church Sunday afternoon by Elder Jones pastor the Methodist church at Mt Oliver assisted by Rev Leonldas Robinson and Eld A R Mooro Deceased was a member of Mt Olivet church and had many warm friends In that vicinity us well as In this city It Is safe to say that no man in the county had more friends than be which fact was proved by the large crowd that attended the funeral from this and adjoining counties The secret of his populrrlly was found in the fact that he was kindhearted and always really to help the poor Be will be sadly missed by rcuny besides the relatives Ho bad fixed con victions on tho side of jueticeand right between man and man and by fair d allug and Industry bad accumulated considerable property The entire community condoles with his children and the bereaved widow who was formerly Mrs Ellen Qwsley THAT THHOBBISa JIEADAOHS Would 1ICklI Te yon If you used Dr Kings New JJfs oCiullercn have prov- their uiatrlileM merit fur lick Iud Nerrous- leadarhrv They wake pure Mood and strong nern and build t your bltb taay to take Try them 2Sc money luck II not cured ild at ltOD Drug Sure The fruit trade In this country Is as ucnlng an Importance hardly second to the cereals The strawberry crop Is said to be worth 850000000 apples 1200000000 oranges and peaches 820 XX000 and sufficient other small fruits to bring the total to MOO000000 a A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will often raulII a horrible Hun Scald Cut or llrutre llucklf n Arnica Satrt iba tat la the world wilt kill the pain and preni llr teal Corn Old Sore Few Sure Vice Ilolk Felon- Corns all Skin Eruption llett rile cure earth Only 2V a box cure guaranteed Sold at Itooyi Drug tlloreI POLITICAL An unusual political situation In Georgia Is the renomination of the entire Congressional delegation for je electionMr tour of Ohio was a se rice of ovations to the great leader Hi fe now In Now York where bo will make a number of speeches The total registration as compiled from the books in the county clerk office shows a safe democratic major ity In this city Louisville times Curtis Lavin and Charles Dodd In dieted for conspiracy to prevent Ne groes from voting in Fayetto county at tho last November election were ac icjultted by the U S court at Louis villoTo the statement made by Senator Blackburn that be should now be wear log stripes Mr Yerkes simply sold that ho bad rather be denounced by a professional vllllficr than compliment ed by him In other words he consid ers the source as those who afraid to do otherwise say Col Craddock says At a great crowd In South Elkhorn precinct in Favet we asked Mr Lewis Martin and be loldItr am one of 25 hero who voted for Brown and all of us but one are for Beckham The way Brown has aided the republicans makes me ashamed I was ever for him Negroes are being colonized In We t Virginia In the hope of carrying the State for the republicans and return lag Elklne to the Senate The demo cratic committee has obtained names of over 300 Imported men and they will be arrested when they otTer to vote The exattorney general of Ohio F S Monnett a stalwart republican has declared his Intention to support Dry an because of the trust Issue Of his official efforts to prosecute the trusts he said We were badgered and ob strutted by republican leaders United States Senators and political bosses and a subsidized press- Notwithstanding the boastful claims of the republicans about their pros poets in the ensuing election It has leaked out that Chairman Leslie Combs has reported to Chairman Babcoik of the Congressional committee at Wash Ington that he baa no hope of carrying any of the Congressional districts ex cept the 5th and lltb Secretary Edgerton of the populist National committee has Issued a state ment predicting Bryans election with a total of 237 electoral votes He taunts Illtnolr Indiana Kansas Ken tucky Maryland South Dakota Wash legion and West Virginia as probably fir Bryad and Includes their votes to tie total of 237 This would give Dry an the election without carrying New York New Jersey or other doubtful States with a total vote of 128 A Bryan and Beckbam Club was or ganized Friday night at Danville Will F Delong was elected president Hu bert McGoodwIn vice president R O Cunningham secretary R S Nichols treasurer Speeches were made by Presidential Elector Wm J Price and R Emmett Puryear The Boyle coun ty campaign committee predicts that the democrats will surely carry the oiunty for Beckbam in spite of tbe fact fiat Mr Yerkea lives lo It Christian county seems to be a hot bed of republican rascality Tbe In dictment of tbe county judge county clerk and Others for election fraud will be followed up and Is to ne vlgoi ously prosecuted Besides the frauds practiced at thin last election it has been discovered tbat further frauds were in contemplation this year Tbe registration books are being copied and already the names of exconvicts are being found registered as republicans The Morton county committee has about completed arrangements for a big democratic rally which will be hell at the fair prounda next Saturday It is announced that tbe lion Amos Cure ralnga the wellknown speaker of Now York City Gov J C WBeckbaml exGov James B McCreury Con gressman D H Smith and Ollie James will b present end address tiro pco plo A feature of the rally will be aI horseback parade composed of both rueu and women Gov Beckham In his Nelson county speech Saturday said Dont you know tbat the republican State convention indorsed Taylor and the crimes he was responsible for at Frankfort Mr Yerkes says that tbe republican Party H DO more responsible for the murder of Goobel than the democrats are for the defalcation of Dick Tote Did the democrats indorse what Tate did MrJYerkes may bo all that his friends claim for him but bo is running for olllce on a platform which In dorses everything that Taylor aid at Frankfort Jefferson took territory to avoid war McKinley is making war to take territory Jefferson took contiguous territory 13 do justice and avoid the provocations of war In the future McKinley ia taking useless and remote territory which If he succeeds In subduing will cause future contests without number Jefferson took territory to Incorporate Into a union of States and extend over it tbe ben ificent In fluence of our conttltuitou and tbe srlo ry of our Hag McKinley la sellnguer overihbuttoturntltovertolomceboldere dered by syndicates and favorite Bourke Cochran MOTHERS I Will find here the best and largest line Boys and Childrens Clothing in the mark and every facility for examining it r i Bring Your Boys Iii Our Fall Lines are complete in every depart ment Merchant Tailoring gleaning and Repatfr ing IT PAYS TO TltADE AT THE GLOBEYo- ur money back if youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman A Co NEW SHOES The Buell Bootee the Forward Bootee the Booker Boolee New Shoes For LadiesBlack Tan and Patent Leather Children Shoes of all kindl School Shoos Underwear Drees Good Ladies Cloak Mens Boys and Clujdrens Clothlr Jnpet8 and Matting and everything in Groc- eriesJAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky TrussesOf All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hocker Stanford ttwtrnq A C SINECO- NTRACTOR 4 BUILDER STANFORD KINTUCSY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attested by anyone of the many parties forIwhom I nave builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here t I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blittds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed gLumfoer Lath Shingles Etc duplicate any prices offered r o tlAmBli eceseesc eee FESIj SUPPLY- Always c on hand Give it a trial George H Farris Co If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store StanfordKy We use pnly the best medicines Clv- r a 1 INTERIOR JOURNAL AN FORD Kv OCT 16 1900 W P WaLTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET Fur Prctident WiLLIAM JENNINGS ltKVAK OJ AeLrudlar For VictPretidmt ADLA2 E STEVEXSOX- QfXlineit Governor J l IK JlECKHAM- i0AVson For Congrtu GILBEllT1 VOfSlxlby IN Kentucky the pitamount issue s riether we shall Boyd an honest and pre entatlve government where law propertsecure y e alefactors and murderers shall be ex rapt from punishment where assassin hall gofree and where the life of n emocraV Is safe against the itassloa nitcrest of any republican Voters rho aro true to themselves and to the lute coo not hesitate as to their duty h National affairs the question bather the republic or the empire rill be endorsed whether the war of gases for greed shall tro on lariats iiiely Or be brought to an end wbetb rophdlntedbather l rayed the rights of man denied the fecjaratloo of Independence become a ire mockery the constitution igoor d and pojamr and slavery Indorsed ne leave can not be dodged A vote or Bran will be a vote for the repub lic A vote for McKlnley will boa vote or the empire and a nuts to strengthen he arm of imperialism and to crlpult liatof free government Can honest md intelligent men hesitate as to their rift We think pot and feel sure hat the verdict will be In te one C9a e or hawxnd order and In the other for i strict adherence to the constitution BRONCHO ROOSEVELT was corraled n St Louis and requested to comply with a requisition for the arrest of John D Rockefeller and other Standard 011 magnates on the charge of via lating the Texas antitrust law Butt course he would not at this time on account of the election do anything eased o those connected with the trusts and the request waa refused on the ground that he could not legally rile charge the dptlesof his bfflce while ab sent from the State If thin Is a cor tact interpretation of the law Roose velt should immediately return to hl t own baillwiclr so that he can in con formity to his official oath attend l his duties for the performance of qrblcb as well as the non performance tie Is drawing 910000 a year from the State of New York He was In Ken lucky yesterday to advocate the elec flea of another man who Is drawing 11600 la year from the irovcrnmeut hi dues not sere but leaved the work to subordinates Par nobllo fratrura art Roosevelt and Yerkes when it come to taking mOney that does not belong to them rTToN BEN V SMITH democratic candidate for Congress In the Blood Eleventh is making a gallant fight all ln5t big odds Ho isnt running with tbn expectation of being elected but that does not affect his effort or his dntbuslaem The republicans clalrr that they will carry the district by 20 000 but Mr Smith thinks that If tbe jet 13000 majority they will be Betel well This will be 4000 less than las and will rrprtecut the real republicai majorlty in tbe district though If the republlcaos gets chance at the ballot bodes as In ISM tbey will hold tho re turns balkas chap to overcome uny nt jorlly that tbe democrats way have in toe rest of tbe State The frauds cote wilted there In the year named sag Ie ted the Goebel election law and caused Its enactment TUB republican campaign cpmmlttec has eenr out large posture with tht words Jn largo black types Hang Tay lurand Damn the Republican Party They should be taken at their tvor and would be If a perjured go vJrnor o poelghboring State did not as sisslns and cut troats a safe harbor it There Is as little doubt that Taylor will feel the bater draw If ho Is brought back to Kentucky a sihat tho republic in party is alraadv and damned In the stare c1wlpl1p1entary Icon George E Stono In raocraoy at Columbia Mr Stone le one of the ablest and best men In Ken lucky and wo hope some day to sad him Jn the gubernatorial choir COV MOUNT predicts that Indiana ill go republican But as this prophet hidden under a Uark cloud of perjury twill not expect much light from his redlctlou i t THOUGH the district was largely re publican 1n thb last election those who have been over a greater portion of It 8y tbat Judge W F Hall the demo crafts nominee for appellate judge has a good show to defeat ORear the re publican candidate who Is making such boastful claims A better lawyer and a better man In overv way than the re publican entry the people of tho dls t let would do themselves credit and at the same time honor one of Its worth- Iest citizens by selecting Judge Hell who unlike ORear whose telegrams about the time that Goebel was assassi anted show that he was cognizant of the schemes ofthe republicans at Yaukfort has always stood for the law During bis Incumbency of the circuit court bench he cleaned up a docket full of murder cases by sending many to the penitentiary and having others hanged Except with law breaker ho is exceedingly popular and en j jys the highest respect of tbe best people of both parties a fact that vtlSI demonstrated by his election In densely republican judicial district With hie ability sad experience h wilt soon take high rank in our hlgbest court If elected and there should b e no question of that with each an opponent as be has Tho Seventh Judicial dletrlct has a chance to redeem Itself next niixiti tnd It is confidently be itoved that it will embrace ilby elect ng Judge Hall and rolling up a ma jorlty for Bryan and Beckham TUB republican campaign manager g have sent out Instructions to swap votes fur Bryan In return for votes for Yer ken for governor feeling assured thai nothing they can do can stem tho tide to the great democratic leader The1 recognize that ILls a death struggle In this State and that If the party tbat hiloJ Indorsed lawlessness and asuufslna flan goes down in defeat this time Ito will be to rise no more The INTERIOR- r JOUiiNAL desire the election of Mr Bryan with all Its heart and soul an will to no degree abate Its efforts in bli behalf but as between his success Ins Kentucky and that of Beckham we Infinitely prefer that the latter shall to victorious Kentuckian may be able to exist under republican rule In Na tional affairs but with Yerkes as gov steer and the assassins and consplra lOre in the assassination of Gov Goe bel set free to carry their schemes ou In politics by soy means fair or foul e peclally foul there will be little ehD for democracy thereafter Let over true man gird on hie armor and forth determined that Taylorlsra shall not be perpetrated In Kentucky either in person or by proxy MAKIC TWAIN has returned to his American home which be left five yenta ago to begin life anewas he said t though then over 60 years of age A publishing flrm with which he was connected broke and hie fresh start In life was caused by tho commendable risotto to pay the entire indebtedness for whlca be as a member of the firm was liable When bo left he said The law recognizes no mortage 00 a m8a brains and a merchant who hoe given up all be has may take advantage of the laws of Insolvency and start free agate for himself But I am not a but Ineis man and honor lea harder rose ter than the law It can not compro mlle for less than 100 cents on the dol cur and lie debts never outlaw His legion of admlrerd will be glad to know that ho has succeeded In accomplish fag his commendable endeavor and that although all was lost save honor be after toeing his second fortune laon his feet again The honorable senti ment expressed in the above quotation is as refreshing as blot best jokes LEDANON where Roaring Bill Swee ney spends most of his limp does not seem to take much stock In the civil liberty election purltlcatlonUts One B 0 Gardner was billed to speak exchoretensively advertised Gardner came he saw he got sick A bakers dozen could hardly be corraled aid after viewing the waste of empty benches be claimed ho was loo Ill to speak utd boarding an L S N train was soon back In Louuville If every commun- Ity would serve such hypocrites simi laxly their occupation would boon be gone and their stipend shut otTo WHEN the republicans In tbe House at Frankfort lined up with KmraettOrr at their head and offered tight to the democrats the bluff ought to have been called Had it been tbe leader aud his band of obstructionists would have sought their holes bid under desks ant jumped out of windows in their ef forts to flee the wrath to come The democratic members have conducted themselves with great restraint sod decorum but they should not be ex pected to stand being spit upon and having It rubbed in CLEVELAND Eaya he stands where he stool In mOO which Is equivalent to Sivlng that he stands In the way of democratic euccess as much as bU bit can obstruct the road Noth IIcarcau he van nay oil hivj my ef fect on democrats lie was a mill partncouraiTHE republicans and their allies have made it Impossible for an but tho Goebel Election law to bu oper ative at the comlnjf election and upon them must tall tbo odium of the failure to coact a law which would be nccept able to all honest people They sue ceeded In elf ectlnganadlournment Sat urday till today and thus shut out any hope of the enactment of such a law LAlt of theandara this coun try and their number Is legion full vote utruliijt McKinley on account hfs thn cold 11HH to th Boer commls810nerd1 cJIIIII a FIT vcrpFodlpllmcntnryot Duke In hie Loulaylllo speech because they havo proven traitors to tho State and the party to which they formerly claimed allegiance Gen Buckocr got ip and bowed hie acknowledgements but Duko considerately kept himself In tbo background showing thatho Is not eo tar lost to shame as the man wo used to love to honor Alas and alack that a hero of two wart should become a de serter in a third and more Important conflict of the people against Imperial lam trusts and other iniquities In Na tional and against assassination as a moans of government and all forms of lawlessness In State affairs The ex governor and exgeneral may enjoy tbo euloglee of his new found friends and ho Ie welcome to all the glory bo can get out of it but those who helped him obtain bouors feel tout he has made a mistake that ought to bring his gray halts In sorrow to the Brava which In tho very nature of thlpgs capes not be tar before him As to Gen Duke he owes the L S N railroad more than ha- n does the democratic party and as ho can not servo two masters bo perhaps Is excusable for serving tbo one that serves him bet But a Confederate soldier Is as much out of hlselcmeut tbo republican party as a ash out of water and thould be regarded with sus picion and treated as n traitor THAT part of the democratic Nation al committee that is representative of the party In Now York State has made public the canvass which enables It to predict u plurality In New York State fur Bryan of about 25000 The canvass give a republican plurality In all that part of the State which Is north and west of New York City of 60000 It shows that the plurality In New York City for Bryan will be between 80000 and 100000 and therefore a fair al hough rough estimate justifies the claim that Bryan will carry tho Stated by the majority named The party has boon making no extravagant claims about New York and It la not till a fun canvass was made that a confident ttatemcnt was given out It deem look now as If Hanna with nil the fat he is frying out of the trusts and other corporations can stem the tidal wake to Bryan whoso election now seems assured- t for Yerkcs will bo an In Kdoraemeot of assassination and his theuto red handed assassins that their methods are approved and to other law breakers that they shall go free frcm punishment to continue to make war on society A greater calamity than the defeat of Beckham could not befall tbe State but thanks to Provl dence and the good sense of tbo voters there is little danger of lie happening Evidence from all parts of the State Is cumulative that tbe peoplo are thor oughly aroused to the Importance of results on the material and law abiding Interests of the Commonwealth and swill say in unmistakable terms and by a majority that can not bo gainsaid tlat a party which indorses assassina flan and commends assaying can not exist in Kentucky SINCE Prof Yerkcs1 deplorable ex perience In trying to whip a Paris edl tor for commenting pretty caustically on Brother John bo seems to hate fallen Into Innocuous desuetude and dropped out of pernicious activity in polltlcr Had the eminent professor considered before be made thp on slaught what a big job ne would have on his bandit If be whipped all the edt tare and speakers who say naughty things about Brother John be would never lave undertaken it Falling to fully consider he Is now a wiser udder 1and sorer man tTUE city council of Chicago under took to honor Its mayor by changing tbe name of Fake street to Harrison but he promptly Interposed a veto on the ground we presume that it re quires more than one step In the pro con of evolution to change Fake into Harrison TuBCyntblana Democrat boasts that It U 33 years old Age however has rot withered nor custom staled its In finite variety but we did not think that Editor Allen would confess to being as ugpd as this would make him If be was present at the accouchement IT Is announced that Hanna will make 37 speeches In four days In the Northwest It would be nearer the truth to ray that be will make the eame speech 37 times and still nearer that be will attempt 37 times to wake a speech CHAULKS M LEWIS Is now holding lone hand with the Sbelbyville Sentl act his partner J M Guthrie having retired Mr Lewis Is fully capable of the job and will continue to make bit paper a power for good for democracy IN undertaking to defend the trusts ailIu confession and uvoldanco will tool nay of tho people soy of the time coloredI tboyorIresisting when one THE Lexington Leader as a general rule has very little to say editorially for the rea on no doubt that tbe Her old looks utter the Interests of tbe re publican party so well It needs no as sistance lelklejohae j his correspondents Clothing Wo always have the bea Our Fall and Winter Suits for dressy young men not only rival Iallor made goods but In many Instances are superior for this rea eon that they possess the liaslfn finish and the popular broad shoulder effect We have a big llnpof Boys Knee Paul Sulfa In stogie anti double breasted Also a tine line rt Vested Suits for Children from 4 to 8 Boys Knee Pants only lOc fens black and tray Cheviot Pants 6Sc 10 dozen all wool Doeskin Jeans Pants worth f 25 special price 79c 12 dozen Pants bought at 500 on Jl worth f2 and J2 60 will bo sold at 115 Dress Goods First opening of Fall Dress Goods Our orly display of the correct thing for Fall and Winter is fully up to the standard of former aeasoo- e51tecceotncw Flannelette from 7c to 25c per yard All wool Dress Goods small plaid blue gJCcu and brown 23c quality only 18cTailor Made Dress Skirts This is one Department in which we are particularly wellfixed They are all new Skins made of fashionable material and ranging In price from DSc l0l6 THOSE Ann Arbor students who tried to howl Bryan down ought to be In college for they have a great deal to learn not only about books but alto common decenoy A lame shoulder la usually cawed br rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For solo by Craig A Hocker Druggists FOR RENT I Per tWO A large bonne In lancaittr with tight ruomt cubic and garden well fultf for a bord Inr haute aloes It li centrally located for all kind of lull nf i lleferenck J M OUAND eta A Jettenoa atreeia tram Tesu POSTED Tbe person whoso names appear oolow strictly forbid any hunting of gxme of any kind ut any limo of the year on their lands and will proatcutetothu full extent of tbo lax any S IL IlnughtuuTi J K Daughoian Dr Stcclo lUlley J F truce y T lUrrla t Wood PUBLIC SALE or A IlESIIlAnLE FARM As Executor of the vrHl of MIII Martha A MurtlD decd I wilt ou Saturday Oct aothigoo Aleut the hour of 2 r at the reitdenco on tho promise oiler at public auction to the lilgbfst bidder the farm of About 100 Acres OF Land Iii Lincoln county Ky which Mrs Martin owned at her death The form Is nltuutcd about a miles south of Stanford and adjoint the Halos Well tract and the lands of I D ugherteo and othern Tho dwelling house and out building arc comfortable rind In good repair TEflXIS Ono cash the remainder In six and 12 months with Interest tram dote Imseealaahirseedlagturpises en forthwith tullllOSKell1l on given Jan 1st next Title undisputed J W AIJORS Exor Stanford Ky Oct PUBLIC SALE I Wost I inccln County Farm An unimproved far a approximating 240 ACRESTwo milt from Hiittontllle InmiMlatelyon the IrlnlItreeuUlire Tharuaroalxq arrmto wheat thla fall twtutyartxrntyare acrnof orlglaal growth 0 Umbel e n lstngol ItumenM auger tree wild cherry black walnut yellow rwch AOJ remain der la liluafrraai great abundance cf water from iprluin Ihftt nrrrr flt nell lathe drywt OilIlhelaustand wu 4rrr fur fenclnx purlaxr Thli twundary oar n uttl for grazing purpoara for yean and nn bntlvr blueitraix can be found In tin IhnlowIMULES AND HORSES JOlt SALE hero S3 cotton mules also tour honea rowdy to tell wad want to sell them In the next 15 days so to buy mule colts I so havo n carload of fortlllzer ut Morcland und ailtls In the war of a borlxsr Ahop I will soil It below my reguhtryulrr If portico buying wilt take It utoucu IL tl Il0S- lorelnndly i ry J THE At The Louisville StoreLast week wna a distinguished success Our house cyan jrowdcd with appreciative visitors who were profuse in their expressions of pleasue anti gratification over tho display of new goods Our array of tall tool AY inter mer chandise is one of unusual Strength Variety and Low PricesOIll constant aim in selling is how low can we sellnot how much can we make The result is that our over grow ng business is always in the tract This hat is a felt crown with stitched brim polka dpi folded sateen band comes in pcarlroyalbrown and cardinal A big line of readymade Wrappers at prime that suit all Fancy knit Skirts 60c quality only 39c Fancy Under Skirts tl quality only Est Black Sateen Under Skirt worth i 25 our price 79c All woo Flannel Skirt Pat 40c Our Dating sad School nat Is made of tine quality of Iinportrd Persian Felt and comes in gray blur brown and ml Trimmed Hats Sal ors Walking Hati eltnpestPegoods all wool Shirt Waitt 680 TWO FARMS FOR SALE UIItPIe from Crab Orrhid Kjr Tblt firm h Roc land InrooJ tuteorralthtlloalIMaen ot rlw lot lorn ltuJthatbdnemrn and inradow land talauce acrn li uptacd sal well adiptrU to torn when blue gnu sad lit other scope A trick epleaJlJtrcntooehouK pew tarn tnd ill Demur oulbttlldlrp with r tot of goal lrult lad au Uuadaan 0 track wa er makelhb the mtt dMlrable Una la tbll ond of lb moat CrabOrcblNSpring Ml Iff 1raM with a large stock ham ami an abundance of water with one of the enact building ritw In the neighbor hood AUo a nice cottage In Stanford ST en IjnrM In itreet with good attached tot furtbe parueulara eJloautfJrest- It UKDXAVOII Crab Orchard Kr GREENBRiER SPRINGS FOR SALE 1 wilt aell at public ade- oaMondayNovombor 5th00Atl- hemurthousedatrri Stanford Kjr afoot rlooIrolnIl acr ond lll4 hole de ImprotenealsTheill ipring Dad ex juiiUe acenerj It boom Iran run at a luinmer resort fur tome Tear but bo been witcured tar and U a Iplrndld plan for moneyTKHMik Iu one and two yean with ale per cent luterrii dtllUl1lUleoli ud a lltn nuluwl upon the rrIYtor intormatlon qulnotl II Iaxton Attorceyat lw Stanford Kr or Col J I Cbauple Crab Orchard or eddmt the under Illotclat enuaes Ell CIIEN1ULT Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Uinrllle Mondaji Weiluradaja aud- Krldiyi Will be In Stanford Tumlaya ThurKlay and Sat urdaya- Odiceln the Iennlngton llulldlug Stanford Of lice hours to ItA u 1104 r OSTEO Y This Science originated and developed by Ir T Still of Klrmllle Mo dcpeudi on the- prlodplnntAaatauywd 1hjralology for Us re tutu It reUlre no fallh no MUll nn rubbing no mrglcal vpcrntluni and clahui hint roper btenpalUyrlewnuauatunuhlne oho many lie ill gene ate prnrly adjutted and not omworkul health the molt- 5omeollhe dlwatca treated by m Sorrow Prnitratloii Ifeailichei Keuraigla llbeuiuatliin Calarra Weak byes firanulated Lldt lollre Heart Llrer and Lung lUseaice Conitlpatlon 1llei lall Ktonn eUrgeJ ach and Intestinal froulJr lllxaaoflbnn sad Jolntl tlplnalurramrN Dislocation tlIrr JoIn 1aialftbImm Urine Locomotor Alax Ulmux a aclalty Coniultatlon Free FOX t LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY hones ind Mules constantly on hand and tor sale at all times W Logan Wood llansfier GOAL SPILT I wilt hare my coal bins completed by Oct and will keep ou hand three grades of the host coral oleo salt and I wilt sell U to morcbunte bq wagon loud at a very small margin Will coutlou to pay fife IIghest prices Hickory Spokes Stavt sand Heudln Goods and Groceries at took bottom pricei Glvo me ft trial nnd I wllinxve you ixrD B KINO MOUCLAMD 0C n Ladies and Gents- Underwear In this lino we are bettor equipped than wo have ever been at a price that will make them move looglfeeonl11cChildren and Mimes union suits worth 60c our price only 25c pergarmtnt perlIultandboys n z i Look Here Ourdollarstretching values which we have succeeded in collect r ing for our patrons are the greatest bar gains ever given for fresh newlgoods Domestics Yard wldo Brown Cotton good quality only Good quality Bleach Cotton worth OJc our pIco 6c 25 pieces Outlug Cloth be to loc 20 now patterns of Drapery 7Jo to lOc 10 yards of fancy Calico to any customer at 3jc readytorCumforta Dlaukels and Quills nl prices that cnnnot nntched In Stanford We have opened up three cases of new Calico red blue gray buck and wlihu Misses seamier lllack How 0 to p worth lOc sale price 60 Ladles sumltI lllack How only Cc Children lllack or Tan line 011OV erywhere at lOc our price only On Mates tcamlem lllack lleoce lined hose 15c quality our price only PC Misses and nOl double knee extra teary fleeced ribbed host only Joe Mens extra beery gray Socles So Mens ray wool Sockr 23o quality our l rico only I6o Shoes LsJIeV button patent tip coin toe SliorSttcHOSo Ladles tock tip oboe heel or uprlng heel woith Jssle price 149 Lad lea fine turned sole Shoes I2J50 quality tale price SI98 Our lino of mens Ono 13 Shoes Ir equal to any U lien you will find la Stanford NOWIS e TUB TIME r i Ff To buy Winter pooda before the stuck Is broken Ae are headquarters for Winter goods Rubber Boots Pelt Root teary ShOts Rubbers Overcoat Water IfootIwork Ooat Lcggins Corduroy Suits and odd pants henry UuJcrwcaV Luflls Itootcc Gloves Mufflers and everything in the way of Winter Clotbing Give us a cell We cap pave yi u money Our Prices ire Lower T ol Tlje Lowest t Gu mans S McClary t i j Childrens Shoes e I have just received one of the best selected slot ks ot Misses and iChildrens Shoes ever brought to this end of the county all being If CUSTOM MADE GOODS ItSo the mothers will find It to their Interest to see our line before male lug their toll pun liases Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction W E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky o l fito B Nf tOIrnEITSl DRUGGIST j t Sells tNealsv l PrescrlptlonBJjareluily tlllod day or night Patent MedlelnM of almost overkin 1eautUullino of Stationery Blank Books of everytiejcrlptjoni t Office lAnK Distance Telephone r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANyOKD KY OCT l6 tqa E 0 WALTON BuaiNnea MANAQEI f THE boil materials combined with kill and accuracy Insure goo results No lB are ovor wad In our proecrlptlon work Penn Drug Store PERSONALS MRS L II PrtYOR returned from t Lexington Sunday MHS C A THOMPSON of Fhycttc is vUltlog tbo Mlfsca Alcorn M 198 LYRE DACON arrived Saturday night to visit MM W A Trlbblo Miss KATHEUINE WADDELL of SOlD crack U visiting Mrs J II Yeaifor MESDAMES VM SEVKHANCB and T A Hlco Kent to LoulivUlo yesterday MH8 IKTKU STItAUH SIt went to ParUsvllle Saturday to volt relative Skits J WTATEo Drodhcad Mal beta Saturday on route to Richmond vlilt Alas ANNIE MCCLAIIY attended the State convention of Iho W C T U al Daovlllo A married couplo living a Throop Iu who were childless bavo adopted 14 children nom to the wife of J E Kubanki a ton and clover Cbarllo Sandlduo is a grandfather Mil WILLIAM SiitEooiNS the aged father of Mr James Fro of Uuiton Tllle is very Ill Mus JOHN S FEIUJUBON and dough tar Allan Lttvlnla aro visiting MM U II Crow and family Miss MAUY 0 HALL a pretty young lady from Mason county U the gubet of Mr WA Trlbblo Mil J It UUBH who went to Padu cab tau week has returned to remain until ho gain stronger M iss FANNY SHANKS left yesterday for Kama CitY wbero and at St Joe aba will spend tbo winter Mus MAny J WEATIIBHTOUD of Hustonvlllo la visiting bor eon Mr J G Wcalhcrford to Ullldalo Mil J T HAKKIB has returned tram Loulsvlllo where bo went to attend the grand lodge of the Odd Fellows Miss MAUY TIIKLKELU of llurglo who bM been on a visit to Miss Stella Uuploy returned homo yesterday II MISSES LIZZIE OLIVE HUNT of Co s iambus Ga and Lvno Lclcber of Henderson wore guest of Aflse Pearl Uurnside Mil AND MUS PCTKU W CAKTRIl of Lincoln aro pending several days with relative In tbo county Rich mond Register MESSRS UEN V SMITH and John W Colyor were on yesterday morn log train en route to London where they spoko for democracy CAIT T D ENGLISH wife and daughter of Doyle and MM FannIe Bedford of Trimble tpentSunday with Mr W D McUobcrlf and family E D KENNEDY and Dr K M E lct woMhtpful routes of tbo Hustonvlllo and McKtnney Masonic Lodges era In LouUvllle attending tbo grand taiga Mus EMILY PATTERSON and E E Patterton Irlt Saturday to make their home In Faycttc much to tbu regret of many intends made during their stay bore On JOIN M WILLIAMS coma to be doing lib canvassing on tho L k N trains upon which bo 1e doubtless hauled tree Wo have seen him peas hero nearly every day for a week Tnt engagement of Mr William G Lackey of St Louis and Mill Rues daughter of Mr sod Mr H D Win tersmilh of Louisville la announced tho wedding to occur In December MESSRS W W LYON Dink Wilk lasso and Tono Ilunn bavo formed a partnership do u general trading business under the Arm name of W W Lyon fi Co They will handlo hones mule catllo sheep and the llko and Mill treat you right A LBTTEU from Mr W 1C Smith of Clifton Forge Va enclosing money for subscription disclose the taut that our extownsman AIr1 A McKIn asp la a merchant nl well as an inter nal revenue ofllcer The Smith f Me Koncy Hardware Co la tho stylo of the firm and tram all wo can bean they mlnoI und charming Atlee Virginia Bowman of Danville dauJlbI ter of Mra Mary Bowman and Mr Charles Perry Cecil Jr also of Dan vllle will unite their destines early 10i January We had tbo pleasure of see log tbo bridetobe and her mother In Lexington Friday and secured a con 1Armatlad of the report Mr Cecil who a excellent young man bee won a jewel of tho greatest prlco Miss RACHEL ALLISON of boxing ton arrived yesterday to spend a few days with bar stator Mr Mary Burch Sho was Just from Harrodsburir where oho assisted Mies Amelia Pennon In t receiving nt n party given In honor ot MM Jano Faulkner White of Nash ville and Mies Moore of Spokane Wash A card party was given Miss kAlllaon and the ladle named by MrllI which was also an elegant RfI 1Curry Stanford colony In Danville to bo In good spirits yesterday oplno before another court 11ayI rolls eorao of abu members will bj looking longingly toward Lincolns capital Tbo Gentry nnd Jesso Lynn woro busy in their butcher shops Dr t Penny was Jerking out teeth Thomas Dalton a llxln watohoa nod John Lynn Jr writing away in the clerks office like he was tho whole thing The families of Messrs V Raid R S Lytle D S Johnston P O Under wood and others looked at rjonie and as K they might ba persuaded to re 1 main In Little Britain a tow week loogerIIf 1 i MB W B WEAKEN Is In from Gray to attend the marriage MR D n HAMILTON and wife Louisville aro up to attend the FarrI Wearcn wedding CLEL EASTLAND II cJorklng In G II FarrI la COI while tho senior mots bcr II off on hll bridal tour LOCALS FRESH F lab ovary Friday at Ed liub bardItI PAY 13o for eggs and 20c for butte W H Brady STOREIIOOM on lotonblip siren t for root J C liaysIt+ LADIES see those Rainy day boot at U J McRoborts FRAM1NO boxing enclng ehluglei fio U J McRoborts + BUY your footwear of Jones and yet aro sure to get them toodItBIIOWN Leghorn tore sale t each J T Uackloy Jr Danville 1y TnosE who owe mil ft Deck will please call at their old stood and tuG tloWE have several varieties of nler seed wheat for solo J II Baughrna ti Co e CUMMINS S MCCLAUYB the plao to buy your winter boot shoes and clothing HAAS Hog Cholera remedy will save your sick hogs Get It at Penny Drug Store NEWS furniture picture mouldings carets rugs ftc l all and too them W W Withers WE ore headquartert or coal bay corn oats and all kinds of feed J II Baugbman t Co TilE millinery opening of Mr G B Prultt al MoreUnd will occur Friday Tbo ladle aro Invltod THE engine house Itlag repaired and a new bridge built to It Doth of which wore badly needed Do sot buy clock from peddler Got them from Hamilton cheaper and with a guarantee on thorn JOIN MASON WILLIAMS could more than Oil a scat In Cobgrcss physically but otherwise theta would bo n torso cy It C ENULEMAN sold mule colt payable whop Bryan Is elected for 135 If tbo Nebraskan Ia defeated ho la to get but 120 Miss ElectszteY will have her Fall and Winter opening of millinery of the latest French designs today Wednesday and Thursday CoY BRADLEY and eha Ycrkc will speak at Danville next Saturday and every black Drown green and other republican In all this section wilt bo on band Till ladle of tbo Prctbyterlan burch cleared about 19 on thorn coffee octal Their expenses wero only ICci tbo perculalor man furnishing the cut lea and making it free of charge Tilt Dunnvllle beta Assocla flan will hold a meeting at that pUco- ict 27 with u lengthy and Interesting program Good dinner and supper will bo served tree Every one Interested In school work Invited George Purdy lIco President Tilt true courtesy for which the In illutfon la noted far pad wide was bown altbe Flist National Bank at Sttrford when a mule walked into tho yank oed leisurely viewed the sur oundlng and walked out of his own accord no kick coming or going Somerset Journal Till INTERIOR IacAL will de nand of every subscriber not paid In idvance 92 a year and will collect It too Tho paper Is only 81 a year whoa paid In advance but wo caut credit at hat price Pay up and rot tho advan ago of the very low rate which are not getting othrwlaeN A SECOND shortage hue been dlscov rcd In tho accounts of the Paris post illlcc and Postmaster J L Bosley has cmundcd the resignation of his assist oot Sherman Stivers who It Is claim od has a discrepancy In his accounts of 133 Tho trouble wltb Bosley seems to bo that bo hoe been npdng Yerkc nd leaving his business to deputies AS Lewis McClanahao the colored lartender fur George Woajherford of lustoovllle was returning from Dao vllo Friday night sumo scoundrel shot a t him the ball striking the horso In tho hip but not hurting him severely Lewis does not alllllato br associate with tbo colored tads of his section and his Is believed to bo tho cause of tbo Hack SENATOR BLACKUURN Is speaking In Delaware and Maryland this week but will bo with us next Monday night Ho speaks that day In Lancaster where ho will doubtless bo heard by thou soda A big horseback parade and other attractive features aro being ar anged for his appointment hero whoa ho will warm up the boys as they havo over boon baforo Let everybody oar him and ba happy THE amount of stealing being done by Negroes to obtain lire wood Is teal lut The Inhabitants of Hlgbcatlon a hart time back laid a plank walk long thorn boulevard nil of which hoe beeo carried olT sad Negro women dul Iy go Into tbo Qelds in broad daylight rlth wheal bnrrowe and axes and cutup toile Into stove wood and haul Jt olT something isnc dODo the country arroundlng Stanford will soon bo ioculeta t CrafaDockore tlIIAY takes In exchange far barnct saddles lap robes Sc at J 0 Mc Clarys It FRESH lino of cakes ginger snap crackers candies Ac lust rccelvei Warcn d Shanks + WE havo plenty of all grades of co at high priest buy boforo It goes big er J II Baugbman CoItBEAZLEY d HAYS got In ycstcrda their elegant now hearso and aro bnl tor than over prepared to attend funci ale NOTICE TO IAIERSSlx perI cent will bn added to all city taxes DOt paid by Nov 1000 L R Hughes collector It LOST between pbouse oDd Mrs H J McRoberts n ehildi green clot jacket braided with black Flnde please return to Mrs R C Vnrrone TIn Somerset aRaa names a whole tall of turncoats nnd oaks If they like Waddle aro mole bills No they do not oven reach that Importance Pleinlro bill would better dcscribi them THE truitccs of 1h lilllAcademy tho Female College and the PUblic School arc requested to meet nt J B Puxtons olllco on Saturday aftcrnoot ntl30 Important business Is to be tran me ted PEA 1m Judge RG Williams who was on yesterdays train asked us to announce that Hon R Frank Peakc of ShebyIHc will speak at Brodbcad Thursday night at 7 oclock sad at Mt Vcrrion Saturday at II 56 WE can furnish presidents of clubs with somo excellent literature for tbolr tncmbers If they will call at this olllce Wu secured tbo mattcrto send out In supplement form but Postmaster Florence denies us tbo privilege CDETuMre Levin Gregory the aged mother of Duncan Goodloe of Doyle died Sunday nt Fort Estlll In Madison Sho bad nattered two strokes of paralysis and had been feeble for years Tbo burial occours ibis afternoon WHILE coming hebrldo Irom RltTotown a colored settlement to Hustonvllle Saturday night John Montgomerys bead caught u rock which cut u fearful hole In hood which knocked him out for a while Arthur Peyton beat up George Baldock an other West End Negro in great stylo tbo same afternoon OLD man Oaks lives on tho Crab Orchard pike had William Hunt the cripple arrested for drawing a pis tol on him and threatening to cod his life then and there Ho was tried be forejudge Bailey Saturday and given JO dope In jail and flned 125 but the sentence was suspended It seems that Hunt claimed that Oak owed him a debt which bo denied sad It was then that he produced the pistol and made the threats A T1IIEK toeing Mr AC Sines safe open from tbo window Sunday night thought It a good chance to make a haul cod sot to work to gain entrance to the room It was effected by spring lOll a staple and look but disappoint ment must have filled bis soul when be discovered that only Mr Sines books and a law unimportant papers were all that the ufo contained and they wero sot disturbed Singular as It may seem Mr Sino never locks his solo ro gardlng It doubtless as sofa open as locked nOw 19 Tins Hon James At drew Scott of Frankfort spoke at Dub vllle yesterday to a packed audience and among other tblngr sold that he knew perhaps as much us soy man who was not In tho conspiracy of the assassination of Goobcl and that he was theta to charge that at tho meet log of the leaders at the Gall House Louisville to decide whether Mr Goe bel should bo killed or not Mr Yer- ken was present sod whether ho voted yea or uay was equally gulltv wltb tbo rest as the decision was that tbo dem ocratic leader taunt be removed and Mr Yerkes made no effort to prevent It LOST AN AltStThe colored excur ohm train scored a victim here Sunday Ed Sulfur son of Fields Sailer jumped oil tho train and In trying to Rot back struck a cattlo guard and was knocked under the wheels which passed over his left arm inangllog lt train the el bow down DM Cook Peyton atd Parkhlll were summoned and they finding that amputation was necessary cut off the arm midway between the shoulder anti elbow They also found him to bo badly cut in tbo head acd hqwIIly recoverG1LataTA good audicio beard an admirable speech ut the court hoi so by Congressman G G Gllborl tie close of a settee of seven speeches made In tho county durlng the week To say that be added to his already largo liar of friends would bo putting It mildly Ho was greeted at ouch place wltb quad audiences especially at log vllle whom tho voters turned out in largo numbers and gave him a mOlt en thusiastic hearing Mr Gilbert has mado ua an excellent representative IL Congress and our people are more than over pleased with him They know his worth better and rcalizq that ho Is tho man to continue to represent thorn Dr Williams hasnt the first qualification for tbo olllco and tho bet ter olass of republicans will sot sup port him but Will voW for the tried and true democrat who will bo able to do something for tbo district NEVf barrel of couhtr corg um ilt HlgIne Jc DIoKtoaaya r IGo to Cummins McClaryd and lIeo what a nlco full of clothes 9 1 will buy 8125 LADIES colored ur dressed kid FrJours nON M F NORTH will address tbo democratic club at Crab Orchard Fr day night Every member Is urged to bo preset t A DEMOCRATio club wad organized at Mt Salem tbo other night with ametr bcri hlp of CO J L Bradabaw WAIl cboMn president sod Wm North Jr secrstary BETS wero even that Ycrkcs would not carry Doyle at Danville yesterday Democrats were In high feather while republicans were teumlngly dowu In tbo mouth r BRECKlNRIDdE Gen dli nrel k Inrldgo will aildrcrs the Morelaod dam ocratlc oluh on Saturday afternoon week Oct 27 The club will mako big preparations for Ida coming to FIELDS SALTER and wife ask us to announce that owing lo the accident to their Ion thE Ir silver wedding which was to have been celebrated In big shape Thursday has blare postponed TIn enterprising iljwn of Moreland MyIors u fence has perfected arrangements to mauufactura It there It will give employment to eevornl people HOJ W H ZEIQLER will speak d r the prohibition ticket at tho court house In Stanford tonight at 7 P U Everybody Invited He will alto speak at Highland Oct 17 at II M McKln ocy 18th at 7 P M Moreland 10th L6 7 P DL and Crab Orchard 22ih ut 7 1 M SlEAKINO IN RocltoasrlElion- G G Gilbert will speak in Rpckcast at tbo following times and places Mt Vernon 22nd Livingston 22nd 7 p M Wlldiu 23rd Brodhead 23rd 7 P M lIon Frank Peako will speak 10I Rockcastlo at tho following times a dI places Wlldle ISib BrodbeaJ 18th 7 fa M Buffalo 19th Ml Vernon 20 Livingston 20th 7 P M THREE of our good democratlo cleoI tion workers are sold to be marked for targets by the Negroes who are of course put up 13 the devilish work by low wblto moo who are too cowardly to do other than direct such things Good white men aro In tbo majority In Lincoln and tf such a row is started on election day or any other day as far as that Is concerned It will not be stop ped until at least the white curs who originated the thought shall Kara been soot to Kingdom Co me Better turn a deaf car to the man who gives such ad vice colored moo A NOTCH ON A STICK The Mt Vor non Signal tho home paper of John Mason Williams In discussing bis can didacy says No reason whatever can bo urged In favor of sending him to Congress In this conclusion wei heartily concur Young and altogotber unlearned and Inexperienced in politi cal affairs be would If In Congress beI merely a notch on a stick However his lack of qualification will cut no fig url with the republicans Ho will be on their tlcknl and ovary one ut them would vote that ticket straight though It contained tbo name of his Satanic Majesty himself It therefore behooves tbo democrats to bo up and Jolog for Mr Gilbert Unlike Mr Williams no valid reason against hll being scat to Congress can be presented He achieved great reputation during bit first term and was recognized tram the first ae a mm of ability He was at all times faithful and energetic In looking aherI the affairs of his district and experience will bu able hereafter to be still more efficient The fact that WIII hams was nominated shows that ro publicans had no hope of carrying the dlstilqi hub we should bo careful nevertheless and not allow blm to catch us napping ALAND STOCK CROPS IC IT W Klnney sold to Allen Klnney 00 yearlings at He F P Combett sold to R R Gantry 15 J5fior cattle ut He Jt held sold to George McRoberts of Danville 12 feeding cattle at 4 55 bar sate 30 tons of clean haled tlm otby hay JJ Walker Lancaster J D Vandlver bought 13 younp mules at Springfield at an avcrago of 915Lan Shannon sold to Gus Miller phaeton pony for 91150 Ho paid 833 for her five months ago and took 850 In premiums on her at tetra ITom Motoalf sold to Baker of Ohio 4U cattle 1200 pounds at Ii Rod Dr Huch Raid 15 1133 pounds S J Em bry 13 and J E Lynn 20 at lie Isaac Hubbard told to Dink Wilkin son 40 200pound hogs at 4Jo and a steer at 3c Ho sold to A W Car panter 29 1107pound cattlo at 4Jc Lutes t Co bought of J W Allen 77 110poutd stock hogs at 4ic and sold to J C Lynn a nloa butch of hotshot stuff at 31 and 20 2oo pound bogs at 4o The WlncLetter Sun nape that John C Alton boughof Dr Venable 200 barrels of corn In the crib at 8175 Same paper reports tales of 100 tat sheep at 3io led alaI if helftra ate 3121c Elder 77 R Uoyr who has for sev oral years Icon the poster of tho Chris flan church hors resigned his pasta rate Sunday Wo lava not learned who will bo his successor Rlohmobd Register A W Ctrpci tsr sold to Lutes L Co feeding cattlo at 4o for parties In Bourbon Sacto Arm ought of P P Bishop six stook teifeia at 3o rind of George Shelby 75 tarrel of rrerohanta bio corn at 8150 at Leap short corn SI cDanvlllo is full of cattlo today but Ion account of the dry weather theta Is not much demand for them tho be t only bringing 4c said Capt Englli at Danvillo yesterday Very few soli some going as low as 3ic There was a demand for mules and mule colts Tlo former brought 8100 to 8140 and tbo latter 840 to 875 THE YOUTSEY TRIAL Tho prosecution In the case uf Henry Youttcy charged with the murder of Gov Goebel hoe received n letter frut a Cincinnati lawyer stating that he defendants attorneys hold a pardon Ir their client gives bv W S Tnylnr be ore Goobcl took the na hct ullluo 88 governor The writer also said that the pardon would bo produced after tbe Commonwealth had rested tu case YouUey was inltch Improved ester day and his trial p oceeded as be lay ot a cot In the door of the Jury room open Inq Into the court Arthur Goebel then deposed I saw Youtsey at the Jail H sold that on Monday monlng Dick Combs told him he was ready to kill Goobe1 Continuing Youtsey said I went to Caleb Powers and asked him for the koy to the secretary of States olllce Caleb told mo to get the k y from John Powers and I did I then wont to Taylor and told blrn thntComl a would kill Goebel Taylor told ho did not know we were ready to do that Taylor Bald If It was necessary to kill Goebel all right but Bald It woe too important to bo done by a Negro I wont back to see Taylor on Tuesday morning and told him that Jim Howard wM there Well go ahead then raid Taylor Taylor fold me he would Dither send the man who did it to the louutalna with a squad uf soldiers or would pardon tho men connected with It I got tbo key from John Powers and tattled Derry and Jim Howard and Disk Combs to the secretary qt Stator illlcc I gave tbo cartridges to Jim Howard and told him they would fit Dither a Winchester or a Marlin rifle U this point I asked Youiser who Ired tho shot and he said Mr Goebel I dont know I stepped to tho door nod stood there but I gave the car rldgei to JIlL Howard It 1IIOUJIAUME The Lincoln county cooperation meet mg will bo hold at the Hubble Christaln church October SO 9 oclock Devollonal Exercises led 11 J 0 Livingston 020 Welcome Addrcis by G W Ml s 10 Addrcts by J li Pinkerton 1030 Reports from Churches 11 Evangelists 12 Dinner 11 si Devotional Exercises by Jor allou 180 Address by II H Slerian 2It G L Carpenter 23It II II 0 Garrison 3 Talks by B F Powell and Dr W D OBannou 330 Talks by Delegates M Freds Exchange iou will always flail good treatment good lour good meal good iblpstunV good bran atc at low prices Ue will glvo you 31 pound of fine sour and 10 pounds of bran for a bushel of wheat or 36 pounds of flour or one Dont target to oo when you want wheat oiclmngid or buy flour meal kc FARMERSor Lincoln llojl aoJ liarranl rountln who save rlelGay oruleXlllOodttto their Ixkreet to rluquactl7 qutlttr mil price U U C 1humldlIly i Small Farm For Sale A itutll farm lUnatei on the tlupkn A Sonier ftpike near llalle Clop nor ale ItolileDro anil faith good plenty water W Irlaerrky BLUE GRASS NURSERIES FALL 1900 Eterything for tile Orchard and Uanen Tree by the lnallao Fruit Jot auJ Uroarorn 6 Aiparagus Urapelnfe rmalllrulu tad rylDlna n lI about tar 17uwY smutty nIlown No agvnli euiploved no J reck Iwlloiu iirla i 10 the equal pltnler latnlosue on uppllcatlun to II t lIlLIKNMKYLlt Lexington Ky IISS JULZZIE C JOKEBUf- Morclaoil allened a Coiuplc Line of Millinery at Junction Oityt- ndladeethepalroaateotthepuUlla Country lroJu INS FARM FOR SALE l r I W Logani faint of IM ana of No fanning Furk laud la for tale privately It ponlta aplendld two dory brick house large obarro barn good orchard Dud nefesairy out blllhllog1l HII to arrea virgin beaut I ul woodland Finely watered and In all rte ecU a IntclaM brut luxated on Staoford Mllledge Ina turnpike contenlent lodenoli on O S and I A N rallroadi It li a good home and a profit ible Inrntmeut Small Farm For Rent Nice tarot ot 20 acres 3 folio from Stanford on DuiiTllU pit for rent Una uouwol roc ur 2 nlli good cUtern at door meat hours ben house mil noble In repair Hood apple orchard and ntr unall Irulti or 11 otter of tiara to be cul Intel John McIUl Hi will how and renll iropeity tL T McIlOHKUTS Ilrodhead g NEW LIYERY STABLE s W DUREE sm Prrs JUNCTION CITY KY IrstClasa Turnouts at Reasonable Rates 8i eclal Attention to Traveling Men Urals und Hay Ior Salt Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will top Market prlcu cash for them tad also Hide Wool IeutUura Ac I H DAVIS LAND FOR SALE For sale a Tract of Lund containing S3 urea two mile nom Btutiford on Lancas arRuab llrnnch Turnpike being a part of the II Vltliort farm All grass las on it frame cottage of four rooms and a wilt right new Terms eciy J D OWBLEV Stanford Ky 1JA ALLEN GO Contractors Arid J3uilders STANFORD KY 0 Ono now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pino Flooring Cellini forSash BUnd and nil kinds of Dressed and Hough Lumber Shingles and tecl Koo8njr tc cut Poets 4c We rnake eitlmatojon anylrlrtd of work wanted Otllco oppoalto Pr lit cooks THE dUMlUit GRAIN D13TTTUltlLL e Y Are Still In The Lead Buy itand you will make no mistake Also the g Miami Valley Fertilizerl Q We have been using this for several years I with good results f HIGGINS 8r McKINNEY I n 06 l li z v I have sold them for 15 year They are as near perfect us man can make IbemL have them In the new heavy extended welt sole In all tho now 1atliers Vie Kids o t Valouis Calf Box rolf Enamel Calf Genuine Cordovans nhd Hyles Pant Leathers PRICES FROM 350 TO 5 Wprkmansklp every pair guaranteed See them HoJfo 1 19JROBERTSoi miIt 1 f Silk Bargains r yi have Just placed on the bargain counter vaIous lengths ti1 i trout one to 12 fads of Taffeta Foulards B ocail f Ac IWe at 7J5c fland 23 We otTer you choice at ONLY 50c These will make nice tYaiablotticoate Cloak bluings etc Dont miss t- hemJUST1 t IN rr r 5 Our second shipment of tho celebrated Ziigler Bros Shoes I SEVERANCE A SOVSl Opposite Court House iINJf SCJWJIB W rr V I rJ o All over Spangled Nets Spangled Headings Applique Passamentries Tinsel Braids Figured French Flannels and Cor dett Silks Golf Capes and Jackets We hero a trw of the choicest thing in the Cloik line ts well 09 some corrou patterns in lierdp made IR yL 1NY DAY AND DfS rTiIR T 8 s w Dont put ufl buying your uwlr ear Our slpck is nov com eto l r menuaq moo ami chtldreu You cant afford lo buy any Full goods before ixaailaiug Darer We study your wnts and buy the best knowing them to bo the theapist JOHN P JONES Stanford Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Departments r Write for Catalogue to iscMRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pies fHElTERiOfiJOlIRNAL tt JWerwl n the ftqglce at Stanford at tconddatt matter 2 ltKahe uyw rrt 1 PERYEARCASHprW- hiinotopIdSOOwIIl barged KNOXVILLE IIVISION 31 Train going North MMII 68 a m M M South L13to I In 2J 1452pm For alliPolnU KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION XoJJ Amlrei at Stanford at 108 iNo 21 Learea Btanford at 210 AM No Antve at Rowland at 1200 No 22 LMTC SUmford at 280 r QUEEN A CRESCENT Ti Rolng SouthIaM Junction City No1 001 not Hop 3 t1J p NoB 1122 AM No lit bOr II Going South No 3domat No 4 Ll 612PXb1OOAlNo FKANKFHKT AID CIMCIKNATI- Tralni learo Frankfort at 050 AM 340 PM ant p mairctlng Georgetown 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incbam via teilngtoo and Chattanoocm No 6 fee observatJoo ehalroar LoulivllU LulnltoLNoobcerratioo akalr or Lexlncton boulavllta No alet v nc ar IMrmtsctiam to LoolartU via Lezlneton All train between Leaforflie Lerlarloa and Burctndally Between Vrnalllo a 1 Oeorcetowa Noa II and ISdully Nos Cl pod SBdsllyexccpt Sunday Between Venalllea NleholMTlllo Rich nond and Irvine dally exert Saaday- tpally except Sanday Otkertrnlu telly- rsaANMcmsti vpaou J M CVLPT u- Waahlnctoa D C Wsetilnston DQ WATCiutal WMOTATlOBAaPA Wathlostoa D a JAuMtU1CJI Bzrw- NLOUISVILLE I andcnICA60I BESTL- INETOCalifornia AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains dally except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO i v Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers iII BACON n r A If W Cor 4th Mid Market St Loulivllli J4c + piccbMY I7ITDBBTAEEB Manufacturer and Dealear In XJAJTXSS IADZL1BT IcC taford Ky I l A new eehtmo for using the malls in an attempt lo defraud hlUJ just been Heir Scheme to Defraud unearthed by the Cleveland 0 pos- tofllcetnspoctors Many of the dupes are residents of Boston says the New York Sun A Water town widower who was one pt the Intended victims refused to be swin died and reported the cite to Postmas ter Ilubbard The local post office Inspectors were made acquainted with the case but they had hardly started out on it when they h ard that the swindlers had been arrested on com plaint of others who had paid their money The man under arrest is a Cleveland tinsmith named hose ROilS it is alleged represented himself as a lawyer who was authorized to negotiate for the marriage of an heiress and he sent copies of an alleged letter from the guardian of the girl to men throughout the country inclosing a proof photograph of a beautiful young girl The recipients of the letters row visions of wealth coming to them by simply marrying a beautiful young lotterIrequired to sent on 25 as a guaran preIcopies of tlle e letters were sent to a lArge number of Boston men Of this number many tent the required 25 and there tile correspondence IdIter expose gunrdlmIEpiscopal service and closed by say lug Corn my ward wants to start immediately after the ceremony on her bridal tour to London Paris Europe t the Holy Land and Mound the world fA Washington D C horse dealer named McQuaid was before the police court the other day on a charge of remarking o horse with Intent to defraud William Jones a negro farmer from Upper Marlboro recent ly purchased a horse from MoQuaid- The horse was turned into a field for a few days rest nnd suffered from n passing storm The way he suffered t was novel for after he had been rain soaked his skin began to curl up and peel off An investigation showed Jones that the places where the orig that hide and hair of the horse had been worn off by work or exposure had been skillfully patched up with calfskin The horse hadbeen made to look like new Jones collected a bundle of the calfskin exhibited It to the superintendent of police and had McQuaid arrested com10tledhowever permitted the prisoner to re main with his family most of the time and did not lock him up as he should have done At the expiration of the prisoners term the prisoners wife sued the sheriff for the price of board and lodging for her spouse alleging that the sheriff was drawing pay from keepIShe was awarded judgment for 2100 but the sheriff has appealed to the district court IWIlliam II Utter and Jeffrey W own adjoining farin at Amity Orange county N Y WI- llIams fad is peaches while Jeffrey goes in for bees William alleges that his brothers bee in seeking material for honey hue punctured and BO d str yed his finest peacbee Ha therefore sues for 100 damage Jeffroye defense is that even if the peaches were injured by bees it cannot be shown that his boea are at fault Good lawyers have been retained and as both brothers are wealthy there if prospect of a stubborn fight Two young men In jail on the charge of theft at Eureka Kan tried to saw their way out The sheriff made them undress so he could search their clothing for the saw giving them other clothes to wear in the meantime These the prisoners burned on the floor of the cell and mlIthe mosquitoes are very active there at night too Among the stories about John J Ingalls which have been dug up in connection with the exsenator death Is one to the effect that ho once called Secretary George Martin of the state historical society a louse Mr Martin Indignantly denies the truth of this story saying Mr Ingals never In his life called me a louse lie called me a bedbug A medical journal Is authority fpt the statement that there is now in the lifted States one physician for every 600 people proportionately twice as many as Great Britain and tour times as many as France has fivf times as many as Germany has and six times as many as Italy has The farmers living In the vicinity of Hnrviell in Butler county Mlsspurl have sued for the possession of a cem etery The graveyard Is in the center of a farm the owner of which hat bten guarding it with a shotgun to prevent any more burials SteDEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUKEU- Ilylociil application MthoT cannot reach tIe dl waytodie Deafiieta ft caiuwd by an lafltiued totiill tionof the uueouq lining of the Euiltchlin Tube When this tube U luflm d jou have a rumbling aound or Imperfect hearing and wken It entlejy cloed Deafuet It the refill sad unlut u flammatlon in be taken out and thl tube rtttor bedeotr01eoberth Is oOI11lnbut Indamed ooodillon of tbe ijiuoous auriiiv = j W will give One Hundnd Dollars for any cairn loeIBold by Druxflit 75c IlaUs Family rtli UU Phtloaoplir or 1reTleWhy dont you take an eXample from the little bury bee I do answered Mcandtrin Mike UI go around from flower to 1l0vrer that Is to say from house to house gaiherin up de sweets of life Hut Im altogrdder too vrice to hunt up ii hive an go filling it full o de fruit o me labor so dat some udder feller kin come along an rob it whenever he happens to feel de need o honay Washington Star Not Warded Just niuht Did you kiss him demanded the motherCertainly not indignantly on wcrcd the girl Do you think Id be so forward And a few minutes later she gate a deep sigh of relief nnd mut tered softly to herself Thank heaven she didnt ask if he kissed ineChl- ego Post Go Him One Iletter When ho flung down his cloak In than bctha path They thought Raleighs grace was complete nut when men love a maid In these days thor think naught Of laying their suits at her feet Judge GREAT TltOlIIIB IX CHINA r Mr Chnmpley I fear we are going to have serious trouble in China Mr Old SoakYes mine has come already I got home las night sd my wife smashed eli the china in the ho use on my head Chicago Inter Ocean ma KoonoMlrnl Course Farmer Skinflint reading sign By gosh Mandy in I go an find out Dy Gosh Mandy in I go an find out if HB hurtin my eyesight tow read the paper Manaytn If It is ore yew gotn tew squander good money on spectacle Farmer SkinflintNo sirce Im goln tow give up the paper Urooklyn Life Sympathetic Strikes It ia strange said Mr Luahforth that nearly all these loafers that strike me for a nickel plwaye say they want to buy a drink That told the other man Is what may bot called a sympathetic strike Indianapolis Press Cultured WllkineI should think you would make up to Miss Plantain She ia a very clever girl Walker Heaven nol Why fbe lint been too busy for the last eight years acquiring an education Detroit Free Preso Not Competent to Judge They were discussing the new ruin ister- He has a tine delivery dont you think r she asked Really I couldnt say be an swered absentmindedly I never saw him pitch Chicago Post Rldln a Free Home Adainn here did you spend the afternoon dear Eve cweetlyDown at my dress makers Adam 1reot ScottI Woman if you dont heave that fig tree alone youll kill H ntTown Topics Of One Mind Mm m fmnUnd I think this betting at n is perfectly Abominable Its rinM its wicked lira Do OoodIndeed it Sa My husband always loses aid I havent had u nw bonnet for three months N Y Weekly The Difference Little Elmer a thoughtful lad Papa what is the difference between n patriot and a politician Prof Broadhend Why the former does it for fun and the latter for the money there is in ItPuck A Sinn That horrid Maud has been gossip ing about me Why how do you know She kUsed me twice when we me- ttodayN Y World There Arc Mnifr Much Mrs Hoon You can believe veryllt tic that Mrs Gnbbleby says MrMootrN0 tho poor woman is sadly afflicted with palpitation of the- lmaginatlonPuck The Light Tlint Fnlli SheIt is Bald that tire light of a parlor match will frighten a wolf lIeYell but the light of a match doesnt frighten the wolf fromI the door1 Chicago Daily SewIThai Jlndc n IckI1e married did he wcnI tome fellows dont know when theyre well of- fJltckWell in thin case he knew the girl was well oILPuck An tlnj leimi iil Heutliulet Why did all of thoe actors leave that boardinghouse so suddenly rhe landlady bought an egg pllmtTown Topics She Ile iiecle l Him HeSo you wont marry ru- eSheNo let us remain friends Town Topics a ATHOUSANDTOMGUES Could not cipawi the virtues or o rile E Springer of IL Howard St Pa wbtn the fuuml that Dr Klnia New UUcnverf fr eon uuutlon had uiletelr cured her of a backlog rough that fur uanjr years had made life a burden All dher reuiedlea ami doctor could give tier no help butlhyof lilt Royal CureJt son re roOTed IIe pain In my chest nd I can now sleep Mundlr Kimellilng I can icarrtljr rrmember doing before tech like sounding It praises tbrouijboui the universe So will everyone tries Dr King New Dlioorery for any trouble or theThroat Chest or Lungs 1rlce 30e and Trial bottle freeat Iennyi Drut Store ury bottle guaran teed 5 Bishop Joyce says there are lots of church members who can play cards belter than they can pray L Mm Mutualluvestmmt CD OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Keservo and Surplus Have You Seen a Sample f- Our New Endowment Bonds If not write to the homo office for literature or call on our nearest agent lor tn explanation of its terms and conditions Some of Its Strong Points It returns 160 and five per cent intcmt for the average tfrnp for each dollar paid in 2 Stock taken now will nil be matured in from eighteen to twenty four months with a largo pnrt reaeermd in a much shorter timo 8 It Is matured in consecutive order consequently all ocmtnt of cllsnco is eluilna ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin tlio sooner will your coupons bigln to mature f For further information addrcs J C UAILKY Local Agent Stanford Kv i ry ttilni Sunday Oat Csu Ciseisst to te1ICO DAn RoUt Iew Orleans Iousion a1vestona- nd all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the Outttt and Cmctnt waLsrdIPsFrom Cincinnati and the North OrleansVestibuledrvi One Change Cars to Jackson Vlckscurg1 Houston DtIlns- San Antonio etc THI Slit Use euim eattcor aourb I TA 10 train erf wc kiiy 4 on En 50 TO INDIANAPOUS Having read of several actual riences and perused a few with It XVnint tIsocial heal ftlagIf Detroit young men highly educated deadly earnest decided to rent in one of the poorest quarters city live by the sweat of his do the best he could lie fell strange people and had rough ences but the novelty of the hlszeal kept him going for quite says the Free Press He even his head out of the window of the hottest nights whipped a en man who was abusing a and lived within his earnings he thought and dreamed of luxuries nut the strain was too lie began to draw on his mitigate the trials of his new He even gave a little supper with from among his new associates the result that a majority of not able to go to work whistles blew the next a climax he sent several sick on a trip up the lakes and food furnished for sonic of the 101 the neighborhood Then he ly escaped and returned to Ills and associations Within a though dressed to the limit of sition he wns recognized by his chums of the seamy knowed all the tljne you was cove asserted this philosopher poor district The trouble fellows What go out to that you puts on lite preservers could stand a twist or two and a tough wrench when time was behavin so ecanIoug but time there was the big bank and the rich friends to foil You couldnt bold out royou of the rest of us into your tune You dont know nothln it yet If you ever wanf to go the real thing just turn that over to me fall back on Qur tackle this here proposition of Ion what you can make with your a million other hands rca the same thing An advertisement seenlately morning paper calls for a Some Strange lteqilreiaena 4 rapher w ho 0 n cook Another nI mantis a keeper who understands shorthand and typewriting These curious wants send ones fancy adrift In strange channels Are they straws that show a coming halt in the rand onward rush of business Are the chafingdish and tIc oclock ten ket tIe to become recognized features in ofllce life Surely remark the New York Tribune there can be no conflict ing cares to relax his overstrained nerves In cheerful converse with the employed over a cup of fragrant tea The hurried luncheon too will make way tora leisurely chop prepared over the alcohol lamp by o sedately trailing young woman who take dictation as it cooks A SMITH COWMAN Secretary Lexington Ky onuni n FourFast Trains TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS V5AVT 4 taloi cvtry wetkdiy 3 trains on Sunday Pullman and Wagner Sieeri- on night train Ve tlbulrU Parlor cars on taT train = 4 train every wtdt by 3 train an SunJiy TO CHICAGO I JSlcellog tenolllI theI GUS JffcCOBMACK I a candidate tot AMetor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the deMocratic party GEO A EUISANK8l- a a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JAJTES T JONES It a candidate for jailer of Lincoln county partyTVM tANTSGRAF Ie a candidate tar Annor of Lincoln county i subject to democratic action THAtJES U WHI HT- Ii a cllnhlllto for Aeesor of Morolo county subject to the action of tlio democratic pattyJOLIN C PEr2JK8l- a a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County partyDINK FARMER- I a candidate for Jailer subject to the ac tion of the democratic party lie solicits your stijiHrt MOCK WHISKY IOLD Oeorge r Wootbrrforil has a contract for Furi CrtxTiKit AKU SALE of Old Mock Whl kylu hIu4touo if II C S10OK Uanvlllo Ky JW PARKHILL MIDI HOUEOPA7HIC PEYS10IAN nXIIprhmcoInoffer hl crvlcofl to tlio public of Stanford und vicinity Special attuntlim given to clronhJuc OMen oipsItc Yourt lIoule over lIeazley Ilrol Livery Siuble Office bruits from to p rz ERDILLEHAYDA1TVILLE Manufacturer o- rE ZR I OKI J Apd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Wrllo lorlr- iecNOTICE I 1tarhlIIIPIhohhllluseveral parties In Lancaster A1 wnl the entire hut ol alilntle novedrumu my thidi by NoTetiibor thouandIloll Aguoilteani will by Irainean wagon ran draw front IS 1020 IhouvrJ it a load A r uod Irlp tan 14 made In one dar from HuritlnHarrn burj lancaster hSryaulsviiie larkavihiant tlob Lie Iartleathiltannnt make trip In one dr en get nliihla Induing and leant fed for 7io Toll Iockluold T C POSTED pooledpunishedtothf Wanted To Rent A good Farm containing from ISO to lacres Address AnTITI lIt Lancas ter Ky JOSrl Dm7farmVM LAHDOKAP KrlgerKjr I also warn all renoni from trcupawlns on my t latin on Duet Creek for any purl whatever KRKD Nixuuu Utlcnhelni Ky FARM FOR SALE Contains US acres and la la n ptelldl tnte of cultivation On the lllack pike 2 K miles front llustourlllo and IX from More Intnl llaiionlta dwclllnpcf five room nnd good tenant houio beside necessary outbuildings Splendid orchard good well and two Miring Term W HWU10I1T llustonvlllc Ky LUTES CO j OU Vn vftmtl LIVE STOCK DEHLERS- Milledgovillo Ky Wo have 75 good stock Hogs for wl antI bout 30 head of stock Hclfera LUTES A CO W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With VltMlird Air Physician In attendance Office In the New Thompson Ilullalng lit rflUITTBROSMOUELANI tOE tOEFurniture Undertaking floods and Livery TelcecopeaIronIn chain fra- meMason HotelMRS U D8IMPSON Pror lAncaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beils Bplendvd Everything flrstcUBa 1orterr meet all 89 JT T BUTTON U nci a rtt Ice r HuBtonvillo Kentucky OBen his senlees lo tho pcorl ofWeat Lleeold and Cur counties FullatockolCofflnaaodCaik hand DII Carpenter Mana tr t To Sell FarmsY- ou want to drop an adver tisement In this boat mountain ncwiiaHir which is the Somerset JoUrial Two inches one mouth for It In advance K J OAMliicu Manager Somcnet Ky FRITH HOTEL- F FSANC1SCO Prepriotor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY fOnllderM1wnelloj men H G RUPLEY The Merchant Tailir STANFORD Kv Goods WarrantedFit Give IIha Call Paper Hanging And rainting Sec me before you let your painting wilt save you money I will furnish paper and put ii on the wall tram tOe up In othfr word I wilt sell you paper as cheap as can buy It In town and hang It at Sc per bolt will do tialntlng In proportion All work guaranteed JJ I1ELDCN S tantordI- CyRepairing1Painting Jourbultgygunmanteednew for very little motley J U OltEKK Stiinford ICy ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adam Co Iatnt Lick la a nurnntcrd sure cure for hortca und rnttlrH nttllctvd with Kutula rnlluvll Bwlnney tcrutcLo PnilJIa Iloll Hard and Soft Kulnr etncnu Greasy hen Dlntcmpcr c For aitle by W It Mcllob tlumlbreIIIItYICaldnull ayruiburci Dunn urns Pity JlJlIIltlltevllloOroOlure Turnurivllle J II Vunhook XJcKln nayEEAZLEY e HAYS- U1DERTAE13 t D1ULKIUIS Furniture Mattln HRuj And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all- kind of Slevk Give them- a call Prices right TANFOBD KENTUCKY 4 A 0 PRICE urfftoBDeatiit 9Uuford Ky OfflM syw QIUlIl1dlD R A JONES i1 DENTISTI Ofllco over higgins A McKlnnuy Btori Telephone No 48 THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL LoulHvillc Ky onlyIFJESrIOLASSHotel la the city making a 2 BATEOne block from the principal shopping dletrict and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars iass tile door to all harts Os Tho City Everything neat and cleanz FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFSTANFORD KY Cattltk liWOOO BorplM I176S3 61 ThIs loatliutlon orUlnally MUt llbd M the IM IttaltflABkof tiUDford In 18J8 then reorttnliej so the National Uaok ofSUnlord to ISM anJaftli MrsiaUed at tilt lint National thank of Stanbr a lHlka hid practically aaunlaUrrupUdtxltt uoetel jeers It It belts supplied now wit tactiltis rr tTsnMcttog business IreesPUJ sad I rally thin rblor la 1U long sad honoiabk eue r Acceunle ol InilUldaaU SluciaiiNSrxas tndlthiualolIcliadtitaUcToas F 1UU Uocoln Do 1W llayden Staotor STllarrli It 511 B Uhman J S UOkcrIt Trlllll- Wl Walton W A TrtIto Jll ColllerCub Orehd M J Wilier MtTrrea- M DCluora Stanford omcaia J S lion er fmld nl J J McItoUrU Castles Lincoln County National Bank Capital 8lotkiIWWa 8gecessortTbFsrmenltarh A Trust Oomi and under aaoie management mnlinu outly lor n Year Solioits Your Bank Aooount 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