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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XX VlllCSirnORD KY TUESDAY OCTOKEK 3 I1 1100 9 AILNO69 I FROM AN OLD CITIZEN I have been a coimtunt render ur tho lrtltlot JDl1INAL from thu date of In first lsuo nod I van recall but one Instance In all Unit fluidal Iii having leftungnld tinvthlnu Hint should bo said and that Us fulluro to say How grunt was the Inu to this community when ho who IMS boon Its editor for tho past years decided to cut hit lot ciu where I realize that u tonne of mod city duo to the relationship existing botweoa tho old and new editor hue been the cautu 01 thU omission and therefore luk tbo privilege of burden lag your column with a card I know I but voice the ununliiou venilmcnt of Lincoln county when Iiy that It nov or hada worthier moro energetic or more public tplrllcd citizen than W K Walton nor one who hud Its welfare wore at heart Well do I recall tho time when In the clow of youth he came among ue Up to that time he had been engaged In the bunlnubs of removing mountain la inn interest of tirogrct Rod development and the Cincinnati Southern and Chesapeake ft Ohio railway uro the monument that attest tho tuccct of hit cITortt along with those of other In that line t Hut there were oleo mountain to be removed In order to eilabllrh a tllUIccMful newspaper In Stanford t attempt hud been abandoned more than Deed Jtl Impossible Hut when ho ue it young man took charge of the INTER lOll louitNM thou u uprlshtly bans ling thorn was DO ouch wnrlllll mil ID lilt lexicon He not only established the tact that a newtpaper could bo sue it tiifully conducted In Stanford but hs Laude of thu Ivrrimm JofitNAi th bst uountry newspaper In the State It all the clilMns of the town Inn trsut a are half Un enterprising energetic and public spirited us ho Sanford would not today be a town of fifth ulasi lhl- tlftlIIR JOUINU under bin tminuee went bits been inn of Lincoln county e greatest t tn fuctor U has June u iliueli an the civil uiiihorltltf nod prob ably more to enloreo law and order The lawhh nciM ttmicnma down as u heritage from the civil war atone time threatened to overwhelm Ufo but w finally removed nlUweUier and mainly by the iwrelilonl fenrles effort of the INTKUIOH JnrKNAU The iwopln of ulillconnLgood he has dono thlHn and on account nOLIwltohOn the contrary I hope that life bed will be so full of thorn that bo will rt turn to tho people among whom tit best years of ble life have been rpaot with the determination to stay with there us Iluth did with Naomi through all condition to the endOw CITIKN LAND STOCK CROPS ETC MOM Ron1 dam of Henry of Na varre Ic dead- IOliSAU 24 good yearling cattle Albert Xnwiand Lutes Si Co bought of A A Bur CD liO shock of corn at SI Kaltrider of Sew York bought MI mule colts In Mercer at f K P Woods bought of George W Carter 15 UOOpouod cattle nt Jtlo II C Hotiom sold to J W Williams ol ioyle a bunch of yaarllng steer a Mil John H Haut of the West Km bought of various parties 10 mulo colt itt JTJ II H Land of Jessamine C D Chenaultof MadUon 200 ehoopj ntSi Journal Tho HarrUon H Clay farm of acres on the Winchester plko live mile from Purl woe sold ut public sale at iitOOl 11 good eteer calves for rule Oocd color11Oil or addrcMi J nOhhWulIuburJr Koy Ky Col J K Pepper of Lexington sold in Rnglund hla valuable cult Nines Courier to Hookmnker Sovlur for WH J T Cronsbuw the Lexington horseman bad his tine team World d Wonder and Out of Sight hurt In railroad These wreck near Stophonson aI toiivillt tnlrIM J hogs nt of Uuhmond 80 1100pound cattle nt ilc Fox it Logan bought 20 mules ranging In price front ISO to B110 II that he has examined Iconilderabl0 of hU wheat town between Sept 20th and Oct ht and find more than half hUll died down almos to Ibo seed Danvlllo News A democratic barbecue ut Hogcr OB In Scott eonnty wall attended by U0bt John W Keller South Trimble John Itl Alton W U Moody J Campbell Cuntrlll unit V P Bradley T RAT TUnOBBlHO HKADAOHK Voiill lulrklltave you If you ugrl Dr Klvgn New IIru J uteuttrnt Mere nlthrlr iixrU for Mck sad Terrors IIradarhulhry nuke Hint atrun lIer rn tad build ipyour lieillli Jny to d4- Ir money Utrk nut foist NIt Ii PennysDrug stare NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IIr Mary B Iw airtu died at- lrryvlhp Ins wrrk- Jahn KldJle a luvinlfietit Ilnukea tls WtkI it sow at Jones mill near SVlllhiuisbiirg and woe cut in two James Hull In Jill at London charted with selling liquor ullcmpled tul clde 00Ifamiliarlyknown a long illness Tho Hello Telephone Company will likely putup a line from Junction City to Huslonvllle J C11cleur proprietor of the Catching Hotel HI London shot and killed Sum Rogers his porter lIon Jane n Hlaek one of the best ttumpcrs in the Slate will speak at Harrodsburg Monday ufieriuxm next Kugeno Shanks stubbed Will Maupln three limes In the back re1corA hung jurywas the result of the trial of Milton Kendall and sun charg ied with killing Eugene Cassejl In Jer Iallllne count KnotIHuns Young The two nitn were drinking Young elulins Hie shouting was ne ldoiiial TurnIletter attempting to assault hlUl u11r Jonei Is a nephew of K G Jones Iu rplendld cltlx n of this playa hum11urrheld ar uncooftltutlonul that provision of the criminal code of practice allow log town trantties to ls ue warranu of IIrrLIWhile down In Cn ov fishing Col U P Jnuobn and Mr H O nodes of Ddnvlllr lust it valuable horse and it tmrk board They supped fur tAu right ui u lawn house cud the stable their bon und rig were in burned with IleCnnlntd- MATRIMONIAL lidlluIeons frhlllIWhite of Corbln eloped toJelllco and wore married Jonathan Brown and Miss Mamie1 Langford popular young people of the Hrodhcitd section were married last week William Graham and MUs Ada lob ertson of Marlon were married In thoi parlors of the Enterprise Hotel ui ryvllle Thu engagemenl of George It Spill min of Danville and Miss Minnie Ito Ie II of Lexington U announced the wedding to take place Nov 14 Kd Compton and Miss Lula holey and Dun Hal Icy and Miss Dora IlnlclI will be married as Mr the Mllledgcvlllu section tuulllnowi Isaac Walker the er circuit clerk of Wayne county and 111s Florunce Duncan a pretty andac1 MonticellotlMiiltlo Davis 10 living near Ownnn sburn eicuptd Item homo nod eloped with JIIIHBH Garrett u farm hand to Hockport Indl where titer were IOnrI rtes Robert Hare aged 20 ot Nicholas vllle and Mrs Emma Logan egad OI- IIr Manuhesttr were married In Cin cinnati TAU bride tipped tint beam ILLI 130 while tho groom was u ftuther wokhint 110 N in rod Kasley of Jersumino and Miss Mary Jones of Clriv out who has been spending several months with her IOXIOs11tonago as nod tense tho clerk refused to grant the iIl From hid Indiana haven Fugitive W S Taylor Is sumllng out circular loiters to Kentucky republicans and bolting democrat l He says My In tOIL In civil liberty In Kenlucky Uso Intense that I cannot refrain from pealing lo you the person addressed to contribute all yon can bwurd cud act to the election of ltd standard bear er Hon John W Yorkes All eyes are turned upon Kentucky God grant thus she may be redeemed A FRIGHTFUL BLUHCEn IWII oftru route a liorrlMo Mum olil Cut or lltwkl Arnica S ahr llu tat In IheI worM will kill Hie Mill an1 Iluinptlr hnil It IIIIIIIIIriunIOfIn sunk lhdylkabtu euro giiaraiittml ui lrnnyIIrult More The Crested Jayhuwkordeclared al Greenup according to the newspaper fourewho sold he could LANCASTER I am thankful to Senator Furrls fur uu ollleial rout of Hoiistt Hill No Judge T Morrow will speak here on Tiitrday tUkii und Guy Hradlcv on Nov ftth- Illce Beige sold his residence stock pens anti 10 cures of ground Jon Crqb Orchard street to G A511er for 81 Thomas Lyle aged about XI son of Sijiiire U Hiivle died un Sunday night having been In bud health for some timeL L Wulker hue been making re publican speeches in Andorran and Jes umino counties J H Anderson will go to Corbln to take charge of the electric plunk Every voter should put the cross In the circle under the rooster and thus old In perpetuating the principles ol democracy among which Is the time honored doctrine of Equal Rights to All und Exclusive Privileges None On Wednesday Nov 7th Mr Ed C Galnes wellknown hero In business poplulurund briesIIon Lexington Avenue The county election commissioners consisting of Messrs T H Uohmson J W Flowers und William Horndon met on Saturday and appointed precinct oltlecrs Their work Is entirely sails rugIgastedDr W N Hush who has Leon treat ed at Louisville bus returned homo In bad health which U sad news for his many frluudr Mr W T fuss an ex perlenced pharmacist of Campbells dlutIPulliamiHon P M Mcltuterts was hero on Saturday The Wllllnics Comedy Company to u reiicrtoire standard plays wilt beat the opera huiipB usury night this week Thoy gave iwrftMi satisfaction hero last etufon and our peojilo art glad to have an opportunity to hear then again While the show Is woiih 50c 10I20 on sale ul Sun mue Drug Store Our democratic orators are still be log heard nil over the country fin- K H Tomllnton spoke to a largo crowd al Palm Llck on Saturday night Sea utor Farris W I Williams and others spoke to me Gilbert club here on the sumo night and Lctcher Owaley spoke at the big democratic raililL Harrods burg on Saturday The letters used to admit one Into our cluburen H G and any democrat can tell what they Friday forenoon Louis Leaver and Alexunder GUI both colored en gaged In u shooting snatch each fur nishing his person us u target for the other Leuvell was wounded In the left leg wliUh Dr Acton says Is not dun 1111repllrlselling out and hud assaulted him on another occasion The wounded mun claims that CIIIshot three times before he gut his pistol out Tho trial are set fur Tburtday Such Conduct will bring about trouble Leavell has u right to bo u democrat Chairman J K Robinson hue tho oroiio well organized for tbo lust week of the campaign Ho has put out the ollowlng announcements for demo nightLetchcrIt L Davidson will speak at White Hull and K H Tomlinson and W h Williams ut Murkshuryon Wednesday night Owolev and Swlnebroad atSjca morn Valley on Thursday night R II Tomlinson at Tracys Schoolhouse Swlnebroad and Otvsloy at Healcyrt Schoolhouse and non G G Gilbert and J K UobliifOii ul Ml Hebron on Friday al 110 Hon G G Gilbert nnd J K Hoblnson ul Buckeye and on Friday night the same two gentlemen at Wosi Point Schoolbouse Every advocate of good government should attend and arrange with his neighbor to go to the polls 01 Tuesday Nov tith and put the stencil In tho circle under tho rooster A THOJ SANDTOIaES Sprlngarn1lIlIIllIollltn1rlruitoilierrrmrdireendhelp butaheyyeetlldlnyelCare It Mann slatwuudlyinure trot tike touuJlnn III pralraa IhroiiKlioiu UrKingbuttlriw1w1 1VymnInrfew small ones have posted noticed tbo lncreao In miners wages orII Jacob kln wellknown Loul vlllu politician la dead Alvord the Sow bankrobber I wait caught In Boston The above i u pnHtv fair likeness of Squire Logan Heeiticr Adams one of the oldnrt und bestcltlzins 01 the West End Ills health has fulled him we arc sorry to say and n grout deal of his time Is spent In his bed SquIrt Adam war born lo McNuiry county Tenn April 27 1S0 and moved to Lincoln roomy In February of 1S7D He married Miss Martha June oldest daughter of the law Greenberry Bright Oot 14 Siil und 10 children and 10 grand children ull living era the fruits of the union He engaged lathe mercantile business ut Holivur Tenn for Il years and war grand ten ior warden of iti i al Uld IudcH of Ma sons of Ttnnecseu for 10 years of which order ho has hsen a eon tent tnoniDiT sinew he war 21 Mr Adares served with distinction in the Confed crate army lion wits a coos u soldier as he hits since been u clilren NEWS NOTES John U Elng county surveyor of Scott dead John Wulton it retired merchant drnpO dead nf MaViIIck Mrs Leol Wllhelm wws found HUT dorod In Ihu heart of Indianapolis New ncr In Virginia tlooded and gruti ditnuge in property resulted John Adds on Porter former secre tart to President McKlnley Is dnoger ounly tll- 1arrySteeans a Bath county farmer while Intoxicated full over u UOloot CHIT and was Instantly killed It Is reported that the presidency of Washington and Lee University will be offered to Grover Cleveland Four children were drowned by the capsizing of a email rowboat on San dusky Bay near Planter Bed O J M McKnfghi the LoiiUvllle bank wrecker has been sentenced to five years Imprisonment by the Federal court Edward Henry a Negro who has Juat sled al PIttsburg was 110 yours old sad Is raid to have been the Bath er of 00 children A A Hill of Louisville will have charge of a 100000 social settlement house to be erected In New York by John D Rockefeller Jr Thu transport Lawton arrived al Seattle with over 500 stranded miners brought Irma Cape Nome at the ex pen e of the government AtCaney this State Cupt GUI a subcontractor on the Ohio and Ken rocky railroad shot and killed William ONeal over tt settlement The gold in the treasury Friday amounted u81 477101 the highest pont ever reached since the foundation of the government It Is said to bet the largest gold fund In the world US Senator William V Sullivan nf Mississippi Is made the defendant In it SlOOCO damage Milt just tiled by Mat Lucy Leoton of Oxford MIFs who alleges breach of promise and flies satlonnl charges 8co1 United States Senator William Sullivan of Mississippi Is made the de fendunt In u iOOQO damage suit at Washington bv Mai Lucy Lceton of Oxford Miss who alleges breach of promise and Idles sensutonal charges An Indiana labor leader has developed tho fact when IrcnUont McKinley remodeled his house ut Canton 0 the work was dorm entirely by labor und that Mr Bryan 1100llnlonI union workmen exclusively repaired his residence at Lincoln John Shermans will gives 100000 to hid stepdaughter Mrs Mary Me Cullum 5000 each lo Oberlln and Kenyan College the sumo amount to- Muntleld 0 for park purposes and various sums to his nephews and nlec o Ills estate Is worth 2500000 personal dltllculty nt Cuckoo iLousn county Vu Cupt W B POI deton a oac legged Confederate sol dler and former inepber of tho Virgin ia House of DcJhs Ito shot and In stantly killed Win Francisco The dilliculvy craw set Cu diUercnco re gurdlQg adjoining lands A Inuio Hboiildcr Is usually caused by rbauiuutlsiu of till nuitcles and may bo cared by u taw Hppicitions of liamher Iains Ialn Halm For sale by Craig 0 Hooker Drugeltt PERFECT I FIT J UptoDate Styles Good Construction Most Reasonable Prices Largest Variety are the forces that make our line of Clothing the best in town IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman A Co SaturdayNov3h The tcprvientnlive of one of the tailoring IIOIHPC represent Will be at my Store in Huston ville Saturday Nov 3rdIInstead of the illl us formerly ndvertlaeil Cull In on that day und have your measure taken fora suit of Clothes pair of 1antfl Ovenoals or fancy Vest JAMES FRYE Hustonville Kv Trusses 1 Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reasonable Craig Hocker Stanford A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY s I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest forIwhomthat I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds petal Roofing Rough laird Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered tdyp at FRESH SUPPLY Always on hand Give it a trial George H Farris Co If You Should Get Sic J t Send your Prescription to p Pennys Drug S7iStanford Ky We use only the best medicines THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OCT 30 1900 e c WALTON DEMOCRATIC PARTY This Is the way to vote the Straight Democratic Ticke- tDEMOCRRTIC TICKET For Iretideiit WILLIAM JEXXIXQS B1 YIN OfXebratka For ricePrctiilent ADIA1 E STKVKXSOX Of Ulinoit For Governor J C W HECKirAM Of Xttwn For Congrcn GEORGE G GILBERT Of Shelby Tin Lexington Herald advertises a thousand dollars to be bet on the elec Lion and Invites any one who desires to take It to call at its olllce Pram this we may presume that It Is to be the stakeholder This Is the paper thai for Rome time past bas been professing po litical eanctlficatlon It Is democratic it says but so absolutely pure It Is Im j possible for the democratic party to do 4anything that meets Its approval It refuses to recognize Gov Beckbams t title to his olllee although the Legisla ture and all the courts have adjudicated- In his favor It refutes to support him In his present race and at the same time admits that be was fairly nomina ted It Is too pure to support the nom inee for Congress In Its own district although the courts have decided that OPIponentIs too pure to support Mr Gilbert in the 6th district who Is a Christian gen tleman and a man of ability and who is opposed by a man whose only title to fame Is that be was refused saloon li tense In LouUvllle and who doesnt know the difference between the prev lout question and the single rule of three The Herald has been the espec ial champion of law and order It has unmercifully lashed Fayettes sheriff for falling to make retort an required bylaw and Its light on the gamblers of Lexington has bees tcrrlllc It has In short been a voice crying In the wild ernes calling on sinners to repent and now It suddenly changes its tone and encourages betting which is vigorously denounced by the law of the land WKITINO from New York to the CourierJournal Its old reliable correspondent 0 0 Stealey gives this rosy view of the political situation There is no discouraging news anywhere for democrats Gorman reiterates that Bryan will carry Maryland Bryans trip through West Virglna has taken that boss rldden little Southern State out of the republican column The news from Ohio Is especially good and Indiana still stands solid for Bryan Il linois like Ohio U In the doubtful col umn Kansas and Nebraska are all right and little Jersey is getting in- line Never mind the little Suites In tho far West that Bryan carried before They will como up smiling for democracy on election day IF Beckham Is elected and Jim Howard U hung for the murder of Mr Goo bel the blood of this innocent man will be to a certain extent at least upon the hands of those republicans who fall to go to the polls and voteLon don Echo The inference we draw Is that if 1 erkes Is elected Howard will be pardoned Are we not right KING LEOPOLD of Belgium was ar rested In Paris for running his autocar at an excessive rate of speed The king Is to bo congratulated on escaping easily Those of his rank are usual y assassinated in Paris even when they are moving slowly TUB Osteopaths utter a hard tight have downed the Allopaths in the up pillale court and will be permitted to practice In this State One great advantage of Osteopathy over Allopathy is that while It may not always do good it never does harm UOIISON friends have given Rim a a loving cup They should have given him a gag liwleiu tr some other contrivance to keep his mouth shut W A lilt OKS Bradley and Young have signed a peaco protocol TUB stealing of 700000 by C N AI void Jr from the First National Dank New York gives rise to some reflectIons In the tlret place the directors of the Institution like sourly all directors were surely derelict In their duties or this stealing could not have gone undetected so long He seems to have been an unusually shrewd thief though for ho ballled the bank examiners also and tbls Is generally next to Impossible The great point In his favor was that he had the unbounded confidence of his employers and for that reason bo was not looked utter us carefully as he would have been otherwise All per sons In fiducial positions should bo watched closely by those upon whom teat duty devolves It will do no harm to the honest man and may frequently detect the thief Especial care should be taken to ascertain how they spend their leisure moments If gambling la one of their diversion the directors should relieve them of their positions IU soon as It Is discovered for In near ly 12 cases out of a dozen where gen tleman of the green cloth handle other pioplos money somebody will gutter suuner or later A little detective work could easily have discovered the tact that Alvord was n frequenter of the Saratoga race course und that hoval living far beyond his means Becky Sharps case proved long ago that a person cant live honestly on nothing a year and It Is also true that a person cant live at a 40000 rate on a iCOl Income It Is Impossible to bore an au ger hole with a gimlet Tho begin ning of Alvords downfall seems to date back to his marriage to a spright ly and attractive girl beneath him in the social scale to whom he Is devotedly attached People who are not satisfied with their positions In society almost Invariably think that they will be elevated by a avlsh expenditure of money Such was the opinion of Mrs Alvord Her husband endeavor ed to gratify her every foolish whim and In order to do so was compelled to purloin from those who trusted him with the result that a felons cell awaits him and she sinks to a lower so cial scale than that from which she started COL T C CAMTHELL attorney for the prosecution In the trials of Powers Howard and Youtsey addressed a live column letter to Mayor n W Nelson of Newport through the columns of tho Lexington Morning Democrat In which he answers charges made by Nelson In his speech defending Youi sey While answering these charges Col Campbell makes some bitter coun ter charges against Nelson and pours hot shot into him from beginning to I end Some have construed it us a challenge to the mayor but that con tletnan duet not und makes light of tho altalr by a sarcastic reply of a few lines In which he calls the colOnul astir gated jade A KlKltCK war Is raging between card writers In the Now York papers over the selection of Gen Robert K Led lor- a place In the Hall of Fume Those who were Invisible In war but In vinc ible in peace InsUt that It Is rank treason while a very respectable num ber maintain that it Is an excellent se lection Lees fame needed no bolster ing by the Hall of Fame and his selec tion is u mutter of indifference to those who honor his memory Lord Wolseley said long ago that he never stood In the presence of but two really great men and that one of them was Ho crt K Leo Hs memory will be cherish el long alter the lull of Fame Is for gotten IT Is announced that McKlnley will remain In Canton until after the election arid tho day after the election it will bo announced that he will return to Canton for good after March 4th POLITICAL Chairman Combs says that Yerkes majority will be 17000 another case of whistling to keep his spirits up John W Yerkes sponsor for Taylor and other assassins will speak In Lex ington Nov o Morning Democrat Louisville will go democratic is the positive announcement made by the local democratic executive committee There were 1000 horsemen in the democratic parade at Frankfort Jobn W Keller and Xack Phelps were tbo oratorsFive thousand people turned out to hear democratic orators at Harrods burg Saturday Capt W W Hinds a lifelong re publican offllenderson has come out for Beckham He says ho cant indorse assassination In his Thanksgiving proclamation President McKinley gives Providence and not the republican party credit for the good crops this year- JohntiLThompson of Harr dsburg thinks that the passage of the new election law has made thousands of votes for the democratic party Mr Yerkes spoke at Richmond to a crowd estimated at 1000 A feature of the meeting was n parade of jiB men on horseback of wbom were Ne Iroes Col Bennett H Young and exGov Bradley have mado up their differ ences and both agree to withdraw the unpleasant remarns they have made concerning each other Col Tom Lan drum und Stuart It Young brought about tbo reconciliation iThe LOUISVILLE STORESj rs MONEY SAVING VALUES t t Ladies Flannelette Wrappers 150Spe n cial this week Q3C perSuitMens all wool Double HruastiMl i rill Suits rS quality Sptcial price this 1ycrL Mens Yarn Sox iilc quality Special Price Ladies Fleece Lined Jtise worth iiOc special All Wool Tricot Dress Good all Colors IOC quality special price this week n Allwool Dress JootU only 0 lOvl Hlankets white anti jnav Comfort s l to plisses Lung Cloak jl and Sts quality special sale Extra quality Outing Cloth Skirts this week Berry Howard was conspicuous IllI uro In the parade HI Plneville yesterday ExGuv Bradley was the speaker of the occasion If Yerkes can give you n batter rea son fur endorsing nMslnatlon thllnI you hive for bring u law abiding zen vote for him Moreheud Moun taineer Senator James K June chairman of the democratic National cOll1n charges that mull addressed to dlmllI cratic headquarters Is being tJlem1tlIGaily plllucud A letter from Gen Joe vlct Roosevelt of another misrepre sentation not to ue a harsher term The Hough Illder has boon claiming that the gallant exConfederate was one of hits tupportcri but tho letter puts the statement to sleep Tho gen eral will not only support the demo cratc nominees but has tendered his services on the stump for them The republicans ate In consternation over the olTect of the very frank In dorsement of trusts made by Senator X It Scott ut the Roosevelt dinner In New York It has become known that as soon as the statement wus made those present at the dinner realled that It was another case of Burchard and made strenuous efforts lo suppress publica tion of the Incident even threatening ILdsocaItlonNearly 2000 horsemen were In the parade at the democratic rally at Som erset Saturday A feature of tho pa rade was 17 beautiful young women dressed In while with one dressed in yellow 11 to drawn by four black horses A large number of democrats who were for McKinley In and several republicans who will voto for Bryan anJ Beckham took part In the days prosrauj Hon J C Oeckhara of Shelby was the principal speaker Iron J Boyle Stone of Casey talked to a Cincinnati Enquirer reporter us follows The democratic cause could not look brighter than It does In our section of the State for In our county there Is not single gold democrat who has not declared his Intention to vote for Bryan and all of tho antlUoebcl vote but one are for Beckham and I know personally of 15 republicans In the county who are going to vote thu democratic ticket The county Is full of democratic clubs while the republi cans have not made n move These conditions apply to our neighboring counties of Hussoll sad Wayne and there has been a decided gain tbntugh out our county THIS AND THAT Near Ureeiwburg Tom Calhoun shot and Instantly killed Ttlden Marrs over a drink of whisky 148 498 14C 12C 2Sc I3C 63C 168 23C Mrs Ktlla Cawihon a widow killed her Iear old son ut Chattanooga eiUfL1 us she sold he wtts had and smoked ulgaraitos Hy proclamation the president of the United Status sots usldo Thursday November 2l as Thanksgiving day A store full of drugs and uheinlenU exploded In New York sousing scores of lives U be lust and widespread prop 1110Imade by Un known persons to burn tho Widow und Orphans Homo of the ChrUtlun church In Louisville This wits tine fourth made this month tor sprains swelling and laincneM there is nothing so good ax Cluiinlier laliio lain lUltn Try It For sale by Crnlfj A Hocke Druggists NOTICE I All ptrsous knowing thrni rlvr liulilileil to the estnIt of II yt Idwcll williphmsu conn forward unit Ulo in our J T IRAVFIX Ado II Powell OllUrt Ore FOR SALE 13000 Apple Trees 300 Grape Roots Htiinilitrtl unit tine stock prown the Itvuiii Co Cube county Ky Irlot lit tint nursery Luc rnrli Apply lo V II Mni lluitoMVlllD or II TIotiiMin ut tliu nuriMirv POSTED The par sms wheso apieir Inlow btrlitly forlilil liny liuntlng of of any kind litany tlmu of tilt year on tliulr IntnU and will iro tcutu to the full extent of the law anywho vllllllluIS II Dr Hteelo Halley J K llrine J T llurrlK E Wood IettusCOAL a SALT will have my eiml lilim coiiiplitcil liy Oct unit will keepun Baud three grades of tlitf best coal nNo mill liixl willsell It to mercliuntH by wagon loud ut u very small niiirln Will continue to pay 111t prlcesi Hickory 9Nkex Stnvis tool lUudlnK Coodx and OriHerlu Hi r xrk iMittom pikes I Iwo rue it trial will nave you tiioimy It II KINO MirerANi Kv GUN REPAIRING No matter what guts wrong wit your gun scud It to and It will Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At a moderate cost 1UMIMK UVCIK Co ItSTMilrdSl Dniivlllu Uy te jfJ Only Fall Outing Cloth new patterns 7 l2c and 8c quality Iktonly 3C J 0 Out lot nil mlits lull Missis1 Walking lIall hlOl1 tan antiray 7u quality this wiok CLOTH CAPES Cloth Capis fur trimmed tlunlllrtllleIn olirs bug ti5 inih sweep only DRESS SKIRTS IIns IigIUetl lack dre skirts fIOspltiul fiJi this week 01111 iClilsl Mills Flannel tin Ladie Vait hi l 1Jlllliitysllliulllill this week u Nice French IVrcales ytutllyillt cheap at IC special this week Table Linen regular silo only LallieswilCItulhs fS and rill quality special price SOc I 9ScI OSc t l 15c I r S l3cleached goods 23C 497 I = I l1110i I DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Tryt Neals Carriage PaintIIVcorlptiicH rrif ily tilt Uv w nclit Iiiniit Mmlicfn of almost rd utifill iinu of Smti mcry lilnnk Hook of tVcr11i Ollicv liin DiManri1 Telephone ctiptloniT t For Neat ess i Comfort And Service Thorn nol lln like thlIHacker Bootee I Mke all goods nude liy the I IVlanss Shoe Company thny try to sea how gooil they ran make thorn All work Ounrnntccil Ho Jo M HOBHBTS OVERCOATS SUITS AND ODD PANTS From tine bwil manufacturers See our line before unking your per chase W E PERKINS i Crab Orchard Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFOKD Kv OCT 30 IQOO TllK beet iniitcrluU combined with care skill and accuracy Insure good csu tll No other niuUioilo are over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store =PERSONALS Mil JOSBIMI COKKBV wua In Hock cusllo und JucKton luct week n A TWAWHK of Corbln Is vlnli big old friends In thU county tilts 1ATTIB HIIOWN went to Ml Vernon on business last week MIIBJ II YKACIKII vUlted Mm JI 1A Wood In Jurrurd lant week 1dlu J W ItofT went to Lexington ye to Lull boots und shoo ICJISSIWIMils M P KIMOIIK went to Catn bollavllle Saturday to visit relatives IY V CAIlllBLIji of Lebanon was hare this week soiling the Proctor Knott cigars CKHltO C Goocil of Vaynoi burjr Wile In Cincinnati Saturday buying Blacks of goads JG UmuiK bus given up tho Mul 0Ilns Hotel at Llviniaton and will move back to Crab Orchard MilS MAIITIIA SKVKIIANCK Is back from u visit to her ron Kid Joseph Severance at Maynllck JASON WBSUKV of Mlddltburi a good friend of this pier paid at a BulManllal call Siiturdav- JflHJi W P HAINKS la in hurnlu and doullni out justice wlihom fear or favor LivlnBton eor Signal MtS It It UoriiiOAN anti children and ills Dixie Hourlruu of Marion are guests at Mr II C lUipleyV- MKS ANNA H VANAUSHAIK of Hurrodiburtr arrlTnl yesterday to visit her dHU hU r sirs II J McUoberU Miss LYI B HAiTtK who has been- the guest of Mff W A Trlbbl re ylrday to her homo In Miipon Jhlrlllld I ANA MHB Mourns J lUKiiifi wbo huvu been tojuurnlBu In the fur CrubtMHS W C SHANKS rind lIu Annie StllIe went to loxIniMon yesterday loewNat00dwta The formur will riuialn a work with her parent Mils J T ItoiioN Ml InuIt Iuwoll nod Mfrurs Jutrpe IVye and Horace Motion of the Wee t Km ware i In Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Motion west to Illinois to vIStt her eon MitfWKs WILL ANU LICK HAHT left for UynthlHnu Vedaetduy night to take charge of the leading hotel the Corn I tncrvlul of that iopulau and enter lirMns blue gnu s city Somrr i t JouraulMR HOKACKV BOWMAN of Din rllle It vietlD Lexington friend In Mttiiklnc of the polltlcul xlluallon In Huyl county he lXllrttt1 the belief that the democrats would carry It over I Ycrkee notwUlinlandlnc it In his homo Lexington DoinoctHt LOCALS ITII In tho circle under the ron Ur and all will bo well OlNS hunting Coate game bugs nmmunltlon fio at Craig ft Mockers 1Vi buy fur easb and sell for east so dont u k for credit and be refused I H Hauchman V Co t IJL 1ox Fount UI non of Mil IS stud to have well devel eau of smallpox tSliBhoru fur llttlu follows Double breasted fancy vests In sixes from four years up II J Mcllobertc NOTICI TO TAXIAVKIIS Six per cent will bo added 10 all city taxes not j paid by Nov 11100 L It Hughes t collector TilKeMruy mare udvcrtUed In thlo paper by P J GeUzl of Crab Orchard belonged to Martin Brown of MoKin ney whojwunt up and got her yester IlyI It In mind these two things The open at oclock In the morning all that U necessary to hove your vote recorded U to stump In tin circle under the rooster Cot W G WBICM and Judge M C Suulley addressed tin Crab Orchards dwnocratlc club Friday night and their speeches are highly spoken of No two men in the State knew better how to make democratic speeches tbmi there two eminent gentlemen Tin docket of tho November tern of tho Lincoln circuit court which bo Ilnli Monday in Press at this olJlee contains 45 Commonwealth cases nine ordinary J ordinary appearances 20 equity ttpjicitrunocs and S7 old equity cases Tho only murder case U that of Art Hockcr for killing George Far mgr also colored IT Is more than probable that Judco t M C Saulley will he called upon to de cide whether Dr John Matson Williams wllllct bin name on the ballots in Mercer County Clerk W W 1oteet t declines to do so because the doctors certificate of nomination was tiled only 11 days before tho election when the law requires It to be dote 15 days pre vious Pcn1nlillnd1fharness iVc at J C McClarys 1lIosl who owe Hill Heck will plca e cull at their old stand und set tic IIUi0A1N5urrayCulurnbui Trunk W Allen O M IlAiicociC u republican of Chi cauo will speak at Liberty this after noon and at Klnpsvlllo Wednesday WhitleyAvenuetile farm of 10 acres on which I llvn C C Withers gooddmnoerutsstumping In the circle under the rooster He sure that you are one of them WHV arfc New Home Sewing Mar chinos the beet In the inarkoi He cause they never net out of fix and lire always ready for work of any kind For rule by A II Florence To FAiiMititsWe will give you ns perhUtar have It ground and put up before weevil nnd mica oat It np J II tiaughrnant Co EXPOSITION The pupils of Ooshen will exhibit ipeclmens of fossils Indian rules minerals etc In which the dill trict abounds Frlduv Nov d Marches and vocal music will he un attractive fmtture No adniUtilon fee will bo churned Ooixu TO Tin IT Dr John Mason UllllHins U evidently going to try to pubhshrdrepublloiia orruiio We will pay a cood prune for a stenouraphlc report of one of his eUorio FiiLShao people heunl Hun K W Miller at Klncsvllle Friday nljfht und u more eathuslasito crowd never aseem llilwi lie was Introduced In a fitting jsiwochby lion Harvey helm after which Mr Miller mudea capital Ileecb- ur nearly I TO hour OfK old friend W J Sparks of Ml Vernon formerly chairman of the dote ocratic county committee of KockciiB tie has gooe to lonklnj romibllciin speeches Shame OB him He will sun the error of his way before another nlecilon alter this rolls around A IKNMI crowd greeted lions K C Warren tad Hen V Smith at Wood stock Friday afternoon and both gentlemen made rousing speeches Tbedem oiTiils of that section are working day and nleht Mr Warron lulls us and iriKMl reiHirls from old Puluskl may ho expected HRNKV Ious colored was lined ei and cote In Judge CurronV court Sat nruay fur correcting his wife with hit fit Murrlml Uobert Luwls had some trouble arresting him and shot at him once when Logan attempted to draw his pistol The bullet wont wide of Its mark however und Henry lives to workout his linn RALLY AT Hitoi nrAi A bit dual oiirutlo rally will bo held at the Hrod head fair grounds Saturday next when the following gentlemen will speak Judge M C Saulley lion HoLt Hard tag lion John T Hayes and Jiulcu It- G Vllllam Tho Ml Vernon brass hind will furnish the music A grand parudo and an old fashioned democrat- Ic lute feast will bo enjoyed Tilt Mt Vernnn Signal basil scatb Inir editorial on Dr John Mason WIN Hams which wo huvo been requested to r oroducc but us the juior fellow al ready hue u load to curry und will not ho heard of after next Tuesdaywe havent the heart to publish It The doctor should have stuck to his probe sljn until the people land partly forgotten his escapades some of which have been very unfortunate ones Mil J K HitLOK who went to Springfield III with Mr KC Millers train load of cattle came back Sunday delighted with that State He says blucKrubs there Is nearly n foot bight and the cattle grazing It are by far lat ter and better lookers than those around here Mr Mlllurs farm Is u model one he saye und his 15U fat cut tie all look like blue tie wearers The run from here to Springfield was made In less than 21 hours Including it 21 hour stopover in Louisville and Il hours lost working with a hot box 10 TO HOur boys won llie foot bull game played here against Lancaster by a score of 10 to Ii TIe game was very hard fought by both sides and the result was In doubt until the lust win mite of time was up Stanford tanking her winning touch down just us time was culled In the lust hull Oeorjjo Florence of Stanford distinguished himself by making both touchdowns several long end rues and by repeatcti gains made In bucking the line West for Lancaster kicked a very dlf IIcult soul In tho first half which would hare won then the guano If Stanford had not scored In the lust half us Grubbs fulled to kick goal for our team rccelvcl1jDellzleyl A 11UtitELof the lneit open kottle New Orleans Molatgcs Juet opened ut Warren A Shanks Is Mr Yerkos going to give Lincoln county the go byV We had hoped he would come here and answer the column of questions we propounded soy eral months ago IF you dont know bow to vote the straight democrutlc ticket look at the top of the first column on our editorial pugs nod you will see how to do so All that youve got to do U to stamp In the circle under the roosterand will bo recorded for Bryan Stccntoiun1 Heckhum and Gilbert HAVING retired f business I de sire to thank all of my friends who have given me their patronage and all those knowing themselves Indebted to me are requested to please call and settle at once and save further trouble as I need the money bully D S Cur penter Hu touytlie Ky Jt IA KBW night ago Mr J Uoaeh lives on Jesfeu F Cook s farm taw a hand at his window trying to raise It Ho tired at It and found out the next day thus he hud shot Irony Brewer u colored woman through the hand She Is a daughter of Green Smith and lives on W H Shanks farm To not brothers whose combined ages Is 25 I years met at Crab Orchard IMI week and spent several days very pan autly They were Messrs M D IWdln of Monilcollo 00 Timothy Hatdin of the West Ind hii and Sam uel Hardln of Crab Orchard 7S All of ihu o gontlenen carry tbeiruge well und got around with about us much us the average man of PHICH H18ImBro Walton who some time ago reduced the price of the iNTBluoit JOUIINAL to 81 a year now unnounces that the price will he 52 ur lcet paid In vanceLouisvilleTlmss This announcement has hon made Ini We1lmplyhave not mind do not Intend to raise thu prlco of the paper but we will ad hero to our terms of I2 a year If not paid strictly In advance TllK trustees of the Stanford Female College at u meeting held Saturday ufo ternoan declined to sell their proper ly to the proposed graded school There are eight trustees nun they dl vided aronly on the proposition but the charter provides that the property shall not ho sold unless u majority of the trusUes furor the sale Those who opposed thn sale think that Stanford Is able to maintain u female college even If u graded school is adopted On the sums afternoon tho trustees of the mule school on the hill decided to turn their property over lo the graded school If the proper steps to organize u first class one are carried through WITH Jut u week before the election we luku It that nest voters have made up their minds and that further argu count will lance little effect The nrln clpal thing to bo dune now Is to got out the democratic vote the republican vote will get Itself nut It always dues Klcction day Is the greatest the year to the Negro and hU white boss and they rise as if from the earth to swarm around the tolls The average dome crat Is not so self assertive Most anything will keep him away and some times It takes much persuasion to make him perform a patriotic duty The sue this time between the parties U so Intensely Important to every democrat and other honest citizen that It ought nut to require much effort to get every one of them to the polls In National utTuIrs time very foundation of the got eminent Is threatened by the adoption of un imperialistic policy by an admin Isiiutlon dominated by inuis anti cor Kiruilons nnd nnlroaied by greed for money und thirst for power The constitution U lacing set ut naught nnd the principles cod Irudlllons that have made this the greatest country that the sun over shone npon ruthlessly disregarded In State allalrs the Issue In one of law and order against the rule of the mob und the method of tho asset sins and other law breakers It U whether the murderers of tho lament ed Goebol shall be punlllned or go un whipped of justice or whether the law shall bo supreme or lawlessness have full sway whether the wealth and intelligence of the State shall rule or bo ruled by Ignorant or vicious whiles Ir responsible and with no State pride and their faithful und more Ignorant but less vicious Negro allies These Issues uppeal to every lover of his State und country and should puteach voteron hlsmcllle You may preach of yoursen tlments forever hut In order to make them count yon must practice them You trust light If you would conquer you must vote it you would win Let every dllllocrnt gird his armor on and not only vote himself hit Induce every other democrat to do so Appoint yourself a committee of one to first do your duty yourself und then to see that your friends do likewise If every dean ocrat in the State will do this Uryun Beck ham anour Congressional candi date will go In by majority that will surprise the country Let us all up und at em und victory glorious victory Is assured TAKK your watches clocks arid job repairs to Rmbrvt Kngleman PltCITT Hltos of Moreland will nndIIno not buy clocks from peddlers from Hamilton cheaper and with a guarantee on them nON M TAI and Free Silver Johnson spoke to a goof crowd at Sugar Grove Friday night HAVK your coal houses filled while haulloJwllman k Co IN remitting for his paper to Oct 11 102 Geo C Goode of Covlngton guesses that Oeckhams majority will be 1200 but he evidently Intended to add another cipher liON DAVID G COLSON will speak at Hustonvllle Wednesday afternoon 0 H Waddle of Somerset spoke there yesterday Mr Co son will speak nt Crab Orchard Thursday MACK VKST of Klngsvllle who la running a saw mill In Whlllcy tells us that things look mighty good for the democrats there Ho buys there Is a democratic club of it Negroes In the county GOOD SPEECH lIon W It Shack chord made an excellent speech lo about 150 people at Moreland last night He will speak at McKinney lonlghtund if the good people of that section want to lacer u No democratic talk they should come out in force HANNA has sent to this county another Installment of campaign funds and republicans who arc usually dead broke arc getting alt und 20 bills changed It U u nlcnlo for the bosses but the Negro who does the voting sees very little of the money A FINK crowd heard W S Burch and George B Suulley nt Hieharda Saboolhoutu lust night and each of the gentlemen did credit to them olves und tho party Some rail from Puluskl at tempted lo answer Mr 5aulle hut the crowd left him and he sensibly loft al so Tilt election commissioners made the following changes In the appoint meat of the olllcers which were an nounced In this IIP per last week In Stanford No Aden Itlgnoy in place of J A Wright Stanford No Fred Halley In place of J Carroll Bailey Wiyncfburg No 2 Wm C Alford In place ol Kd McCurty Wuyncsburg Not Hurdtn Young In place of J T Terry HAUN HLMINKU The good large barn of Robert Williams of Dunnvlllc burned u few nights since together with two horses three mules three buggies 60000 pounds of hey 50 bur roll of corn and u lot of harness mind farming Implements A burn on camo spot was burneil a year ego and U believed that some scoundrel set It on tire One of the mules belonged to A T Hunn of Adnlr for which be hud just paid gleetMr VYIlllums re cently refused 2iO for tho two mules burned For sale 8U tons of clean baled timothy hay J J Walker Lancaster For Sale Privately I Pair uf cxtrit good marc mules IS Ilium high wadsI years old nice voting Shorthorn IIIWH 2 of them fresh others will bo soon a yenrllng Hlmrthorn heifers lot uf gixHl farming ImIelllt Including metal wheel Electilc feed wagon If not dayNuvship Count TIIIIIIIIK uu Stanton Kv II Y SPKCIAL HE1LEST DR GOLDSTEIN Will licturii to Stanford Nov 10 and re main a few days Dr 0 iolilsUen of Louisville N In the city und will rxmiiln u row days only mind will lit glosses to the eyes of all who seed them lea hats made the study of optlivu specialty and anyone In need of glasses cannot do letter than give him a cull He can tiu fated at the St Asaph Hotel Iurrnts of children whosn eyes tire In aayway directed should take them to Dr Coldstlen und luau them exanilned Tco smelt care can not ho takun In this particular us any ncglcct on the parents may lead to moit furious conso iiuencfi In ufler llfu If the eyes of a child nred glasses the doctor iletermlno It und ailjiisl such glasses will bo mot apt to prtMirvo und Increasn their strength The dater tins been giving satisfaction for many yours und wo recommeid him ns worthy time patronage of time public Those suffering with tlujr eyes should cullen him und If dont give them relief It will not Oust them anything Hu emit adjust to any ayes und any age A gaud glass rightly uiljuited n luxury to u person with tall Ingsight they can ulford to do without A glues linperfictly adjusted Is worse 111111I no glass illlcu hours froth 10 t to ti ul the St Asaph Hotel vFURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER A Big Crash In Prices 3 Slit back cane seat Chairs 275 per set Coil Wire Bed Springs 150 Woven Wire Bed Springs 175 Wall Paper trimmed very close 36x72 Moquette Rugs 275 30x604e fe 175 18x36er ie 75 Picture frames made up to date and at your own price These are prices that little buyers are paying W W WITHERS Stanford Ky AT COSTTHIS WEEK cos Mens Coarse Boots Boys Coarse Boots Boys Overcoats Trunks Trunks Trunks We do not Intend handling any of the above goods in the future end for this rca son want to dispose of the stock on hand and oiler al at actual cost If you liuvo anything of this kind to buy you will find this sale a great saving to you JOHN P JONES Stanford n n liill 1t l WJ I GOOD J SCHOOL I SHOESt1 1 We hove Just opened and placed on tale our second shipment of ti ygjJrS styles and prices If you want Shoes that will stand hard knocksr ti and wet weather come to us CB tjr Underwear I I ja We believe we can please you nn we have nearly all grades from lOc UB to 2 75 per piece We have Cotton part Wool and all Wool ISEVERANCE A SONSm m3YEt1 Opposite Court House I itJ IgGGKNS MPKKiNEY THE LEADING Grocers And Hardware Dealers Stanford Ky Je A ALLEN A CO Contractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY i Huvo now n complete stuck of IlulldhiB Material Yellow Iluo Flooring ColUnp H dun sash Illlnils and of HrfsMl und llougli Lumlior Shingles und Steel KixtUng Ia i Oust rusts le Wo make estluuatca au unykhmd of work wanted Olllce upoilto Ur L Itstnoks At Freds Exchange You will always Iliad good treatment good lour good meal good uhlpstulf good hran Ac ut low Ho will give you il branfoorufor one Dont target to cull on him when you Wllllt wheat uxchmingtd or buy lour seal Ac FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand und for sale at all tlm s W Logan Wood Manager t THE INTEKlDRJOURNALI aliiecondclau nbliahaeTuda9a 4Friday- Al 1 PER YEAR CAS NWhen not lopaldffiSoo will tacharged LETTER FROM CLARENCE COLE MAN- e CONTINUED FROM LAST ISSUE Since my last the army In the Phil ippines bas been supplemented by a squadron of the 3rd Cavalry two squad rons were already here two squadrons of the First Cavalry a of the Inth Infantry and a company of engin eers Other troops are now on the way hero and the latest Is that Gen Chalice Is ordered hero with his orlgade In China It seems that the war in the flowery kingdom is about to blow over So much the better So many new troops being sent to the Philippines and all seasoned regulars at that it begins to look like some of the volunteers were going to get to go home In the near future A goodly part of the re inforcements coming over now are cav airy and cavalry Is just what is needed over here to run down the lawless ele ment Gen MacArthur recommended that a largo cavalry force be sent here some months ago Four thousand horses are en route to the Philippines now Some hot old campaigning Is ex pected just before the volunteers leave for the States October will be the hot month for the insurgents There will be something like 75000 Americans over here with the arrival of those now en route and those ordered hern fromI China and it is the intention of the au thorities to give the insurgents all thatIis coming to them and one of the test campaigns ever Inaugurated will be waged against them until the volun teers begin to leave for home which will be in November It is thought all the volunteers will be oil the Islands by May 1st next The 4 1st Infantry Is slated as next to last of the regiments to leave the 48th being last The insurgents have been doing considerable deviltry here lately and makeI goIngthe railroad They are to attack every railroad station simultaneously at a certain hour tonight 15th This Is the 15th though I commenced my letter nearly a week ago and tonight is the time set to take all the towns along the railroad It would certainly be fun see Ing them try to do such a thing for there are not enough armed insurgents In the whole archipelago to take It We were expecting an attack here last night but like all others it failed to materialize There Is considerable fighting going on though at present yetAwhipped but it seems that these semi savages never know when they are worsted The better class have long ago quit the Insurgent business and en tered domestic pursuits and are uow tome of our best friends and support ers In some sections of Luzon are yet Veritable beds of Insurrection and there are some eight or 10 regiments that I could easily name that are out hiking and fighting nearly everyday and night The 37th Is one of these regiments I received a letteracouplo of days ago from William Tombs a Casey county bov who is soldiering In the 37th Their company was in a fierce engagement with the insurgents on the 24th of August They lost several killIed W F Martin was shot through the right shoulder receiving a very ugly and painful wound Martin was tent to the hospital ai Santa Cruz and Tombs thinks that he was sent on from there to Manlta It Is thought Martin will pull through all right He is a Casey boy and well kuown In both Ca soy and Lincoln counties and was just prior to his enlistment one of theLcaiK liTgphotofirapheritof Lexington Sam Lyon another Casey lad of the JithIihas been sent to tho States on the report These sick that are being sent to the States are not discharged their regiments come over The untilII are sent to Frisco J T Short 20th has been made a buglnr In company No extra pay but some thing better many an extra hour of sleep every night in no guard no fa tigue and no long hykeb in mud slush and water Iso a ynlllh and a cryln fo1 free sll ver and Bryan CLARRNCR COLEMAN UBAHKESS ctNSOTHECCIIep- by local applications us they cannot reach the dl tfuwl portion of thnesr Titer II onlY one way to cure deatiesand that by couitliitlonal rem elles DenfntM Is eauwd bv an Inflamed condi tion of miiroui nil of the Eustachian Tuloe When thii tuiwls intlum d you have a rumbling round or iniivrfeet hearing aol when It Is entirely clues 111111100 result and unlisi the In flammation ran bo tnkcn out and thl tulia restor ed to its normal condition hearing 11111 destroy ed forever nine rases out often are tarrh which Ii nothing but an Intlamed condition of the IIO surfacerye will Mire IhlA Hundred Dollars for any eaIcfDtafnrrauelby Catarrh that cannot eu red by llalli COarrh urn lend for tree r J riirNEY CO rlrrulanItold by Dnigsitia 1UU fatuity Pills are the L- estwe Gov Beckham will speak at Frank fort Mont ay WANTED Wanted to managi a well equipped tan on sliHrtS by a live energeth Yuan Best of reference Address this olllce FOR SALE 3000 Apple Trees 300 Grape Roots Standard and Inc stock prawn by the Ream Cu Casey comity Ky Price ut thu nursery tUc each Apply tu V IL More llustonvllle or IL Thomson ut the nursery POSTEDTho persons whoso names appear below anykindand will pruwcutu to tilt lull extcut of tin law any who vlolatu 8 itmttn J Ilaurhniau Ur Steely JlatcyJ K Bruce J T Harris P Woods J M rattiu W T Tucker KINGS VILLE Meredith Francis meat market Is a decided success There are tipple blossoms on one of the trees hi D M Crolghtons orch ard fall to put your stamp Inside of Ithe circle under thin rooster next Tuesday letterHgrand victory of tho democratic party Quite a crowd went from here to the speaking at Grove last evening The democrat were to divide time with the republicans W L McCarty was one of the speakers There are no II all 0 eD parties to report Our town has certainly mUsed a good deal of rare and Innocent sport by its nonobservance of tho old Scottish customs of the mysterious All Hal lows Eve Mrs Jennie Dunham died Friday of consumption and was burled Saturday afternoon In tho old Gooch graveyard She leaves a husband and three chil dren to mourn the loss of a good wife and mother Mr and Mrs W It CundilT are on a visit to relatives at Somerset and Nor wood Phil Sutterlleld of Moreland Is pro tem station agent during Mr Cuudllls absence Miss Bella Johnson has returned home from a visit to her sister Mrs Joe Carson at McKinney Miss Gertrude Pennybacker has re turned from a visit to her aunt Mrs Chawk at Louisville Miss Ophelia Gooch of O K spent last week with her sister Mrs Dr J W Acton Jesse Walter of Stanford Is the puest of his brothers G A and W W Walter Mrs Derry Pruitt Is visiting relatives In Jessamine W L McCarty will go to the city directly after the election to purchase new fall and winter goods Ed M McCarty does not allow the excite ment of the campaign and a approach lag election to Interfere with fox- hunting but with a few of his friends continues to indulge In his favorite sport MIDDLEBURG Casey county teachers association will meet at this place Saturday Nov 10th Judge Denton of Somerset addressed the republicans of this place Monday night The school at this place has 150 students enrolled with fair prospects of doubling that number after the holi daysDied on the 28th Mrs Jane Estes wife of John Welch Estes aged 70 Years Also u year old child of Crit Lanbam Mrs Richard McDanlcl is visiting relatives In Harrodsburg this week Mrs Friend Roy and son Scott left yesterday for Chattanooga where they are to make their future home The students of Mlddleburg Acada my are anticipating a nice time tonight at their box party and entertain ment to be given in the College build- Ing A large attendance is expecttcd W P Keener has taken the public telephone ollico at this place for the Hustonvllle L Green lllver Valley line which Is being overhauled now as rapidly as the workmen can make tbo necessary repairs which are very nu merousMr McCormack and wife of McCormacks church were visiting their daughter Mrs Michel Taylor of this place Mrs Nancy J Davis moved Into bar property here this week Mr John Henderson has returned home from the Philippine Islands and brings the happy tidings that the Ca county boys who were captured by Filipinos were recaptured by the American forces all in rood shape Mrs U F McKinley was called to Moreland to attend the bedside of a friend who was reported to bo very YOICAIIIC ERUPTIOHS Are vend but Ski j Eru tlons rob life of Joy IliicklenV Arnica Salve cures them alto Old Hun ales and Fever Sores Ilcers Hulls Iclom Corns Warts Cuts IJrulses llurni Scald Chipped Hand Chilblains llest pilercure on Tarnr i Orlves out 1tlnaand Aches Only tM a box Cure guaranteed Sold at Pennys brigStore There are 150 cities in the U S with- a population of over 25000 lA VILLAGE ULACKSMITH SAVED illS LITTLE 80V8 LIFE Mr H II lllnck the wellknown vll lingo blacksmith at Grnhnmsvllle Still vaii Co N Y says Our little son five years old lies always been subject to croup lOll so bad have the attacks been that wo have feared ninny times that he would die Wo have had the doctor and used many micliclncs but Chamberlains Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and hy giving frequent doses when the ciottpy symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup Is cured before it gets settled There Is no danger In giving this remedy for it contains no opium or Injurious drug anti may be given as con lldontly to a babe as to an adult For sale by Craig h Rocker Druggists Our trill please pardon us for publishing the following from the Cyn tblana Democrat Mr W P Walton has sold the Stanford iNTEllion JOCK KAL lock stock and barrel to his brother Mr E C Walton Ed Is a firstclass newspaper man of model mold and the INTEIUOK JOURNAL will simply continue to be the best semiweekly on earth W P Walton will give his entire time and attention to the Lexington Morning Democrat and all competitors may as well make up their minds that they are not In it CHAMBERLAINS COtTGH REMEDY IX CHICAGO Ilisgcn Bros the popular South Side druggists corner C9th street and Went worth avenue say We sell a great deal of Chamberlains Cough Hemedand find that It gives the most satisfactory results especially among chlldten for severe colds and croup For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists The band wagon method of cam paigning which proved eo successful Christian county has been adopted In Henderson Hopkins and other counties by the democrats Fine Farm Horses Mules Jacks c- At Auction Haring teat my large tarn all of my hay oats and corn I will Mil o- nWednesdayNov141900 on my arm at Morelaoil station on the Cincinnati Southern railroad w t and TyearoM mute 30 rearold multi 6 mule colts Jack extra good hreeders 2of them goal Jennet Jacks You rot lee ihelr colts both hy mares and Jennets on soy farm jennets 2 Jack cute Jennet colts goal walking horaealotolrnars wine of them sun dartl bred a few cowl anti calves several shoat I twine binder a straw carrier eirator with good nd several other tttlnits too a eourIcmention I will sell on same day two story fraue house at Stanford Kywith good garden anti one well of water at dour This erty will sell cheap and any person wanting look at It wll C4ll on Peter Straub or John Cook who Is living on the place at present look at this property someone y buy It far or budding the house Will also sell t atdnanti pre of ground In Junction City The lot has a lirlck yardOD It but It will It mural off soon Look at this property fur It will be sold for whit ever Is hid You loose a argiln If you are not on hand on day of sale I will sell 10 acres of timbered land on the waters of Lono llranch In Carey county s muss touili of Ilustonvlll and mil from i cKI ney station This land Is suit this for tobacco It will e divldxl Into 1 tracts desired 3 small hits on railroad In Moreliad with side track and coal bins Anyone wanting IQ Into the roal business will do well In waking an Investigation ol this property There isno tool In unlosbng Moreland a place lowll coal anti the trade is growing It will root very llttlt to Holsh the coal yanl also lot with a pond anti a goal site for a null will lot suitable for a hotel mil the only one In town the Is suitable I will criKoodland has been well csicd for set gUll The farm has on It a rood mile track It will be lohlln two lots and then as a whole the track and acres anti In acres with the Improvements will also sell at the urns time from 3 to ear load rut poplar shingles theywill Ie sold In carload lots storehome anti lot In Moreland rnrel am now selling gash The house Is a two story frame upper iiarl Cited up tar dwelling VII sell with store souse ware houv cribs Ac will a goo l timber traae ammntlug to Sliifn or In a year aluo a grid Iulon trade of wen who cberks over eaih tJ days I have worked out all ot the ibubtful ones have the worthy ones Iran HH wear g ls as bean paid the money over the louuler Tulles that tmy the stackran lure their trade by dealing with them al have sell the gust worth the ruouey JIll the balancaof trade U raib alldI has been for la months Terms wade known on dsy tf saU II II KISMtrelaudKy OVERCOATS SUITS See our now Olonl grey imported Covert and Beaver Overcoats also new line ofII Suits In Oxford greys Fancy Cheviots anti Worsteds Knylun and regular NObbiest Things Of The Season All grades and close prices We have just received a lotjof new Cuban Hats in blacks and pearl preys See them they are just out lIe sure to See Our Stock Before you make your purchase We can salve you money CUMMINS McCLARY Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough coursesin Literature Science Music Art and ElocutionIExcellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres FINE FARM FOR SALE I Im W Logan lour of IW acres of So Hanging Fork laud It fur ule privately It has upon III splendid two story brick hoiix large tohareo barn good orchard buildings rift v arm rirginadlandIeantl lid woodlind Ilntlr watered unit In all rrticls a ttrstela eated on Stanford Mllledfe vllle turnpike rouvenlent lodvpots on C S mil I AN railroads It Ii a good how nd a prollt able Investment Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will pay top market price ritdr for them nod also Wool feathers Aa 111 IIAVI8 PR UITTBROSMOUKLANI KY Furniture LiveryUndertaking Pair of yenr old well broke tmilen for siilei IT hand high 1JY SPECIAL REQUEST DR GOLDSTEIN Will Return to Stanford Nov 10 anti main a few days Dr 0 Goldstlcn of Louisville will be here soon and will remain a tow days only and will lit glasses to tho eyes of all who need them lie has made tlio study of optics n special ty and anyone In need of glasses cannot do better than give him it call He can be found at the St A aph Hotel Parent of children whoso eyes are In anyway affected should take them to lies Uoldstlen coil have theta examined Tea much cure can not taken In thU particular ut any neglect on the parents may prod to mot serious conse quences In utter life If the eye of a child need glares the doctor can determine It and adjust such gltisse Rt will be mOIl apt to preserve and Increase their strength The doctor bail liocn get Ing satisfaction for many years and we recommend him worthy the patronage of the public Those flutTerlng with their eyen should call on him and If he dont Rive them relief It will not cot them anything He can adjust to any eye and any age A Rood glass rightly adjusted U a luxury to a person with fall log tight they can nirord to do without A glass Imperfectly adjusted U worse than no guts Olllee hour from 10 w to 3 r at the it A iapli Hotel ERDILLEHAY1DAITVXLLE Manufacturer o- fBRICKAnd Healer In Lime Cement c c Write For Prices TWO FARMS FOR SALEI listing decided to rhangeiur vocation Iwill sell privatelytry fsrm oo lice S4 of a Circbad Ky This farm U line land In good state cultivation lye acres ol river bottom laud tint is one corn ant meadow land lalanreMl acre Is upland and well alaptr to corn wheat blue grass and all other rots brick dwelling of roomy and ellI a welt of splendid Iriauloue jraler at thalwreisgo4teaeant boaeenew barn and all oar outhulldlogs with pleuty of gaol Inlt and an abuadanr of stock wa er make this the mest desirable Ant In this end of the counly Also a hrmul al no ar11I1t flow Crab Orchard Kyon ncalerslierlup slte the fa mous Crab orchard SIIII till In gnu with a large stock turn alHl an abundaac of water with one of the gout bulldlog rites In the neighbor hood Al o a nice cottage In Sunlurd Ky on lands ter street with gaolt Isivrti ginlen At attar bed Pot lurlbe lurtlculars c41 on or add II IIUDNAt illCrai UnhiM Ky GREENBRIER SPRINGS FOR SALE IwlIlPli at pullii tale on Monday November 5thOO At the court bum door at Saufrd Ky aulU oclock noon tartnn briar Si riiiKspro Ir nil lttunh un heel coimttliig of sled JJacmof land with all tba hotel buildings de lachpIIlI stable andutter Lnpruvetant The jlace ba tuagnihcenl chalybeate and tnarn- ehepringsrd IHiii ite scenery It ha not been run u a summer rvhort tar some vears but has Iu Wllcare for anti Is aldeudbl liars rr a wideawake man to nuke money linethird eush lulanee In one and two epee pnviurula with six per rent Interest from site aid and a lien retinal upon the Ih properlyItr InloriualUm liulreof J II Imton Attorneyat law Stauford Ilor pit J Clilnnle Crab On handor the under slgne at Vera ulle 111 UIIKNMVLT DrsSlavinS PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be in lianvllle Mondays Wednrsdsya anti Fridays Will lie In Stanford Tuesdays Thursday and Sat urdaya liars In the IVnnington HulMltig Stanford Ol Dee hours to t u 110 II OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and develo d hy AFStill of Klrmvllle Mo deuds on the principle of Anatiiuy and 1hyslology fur Ha re no rubbing no uirgkaloperallmuantclalls blng shier uatualOleiathy views limn a a iuithltm of so many parts Its Is adjiiHtiaent When all parts are properly adjusted and not overworked health Is the result iiomeolthe diseases treated by nr Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Itheuiualliiu Catarrh Weak Kyes iranulated Mds ioltrp Ileartllver and Lung IHseases Consllnllon Piles Hall Slonci KolirKrd lrulralf11 Sloiu ah and liileelua trouble Illseaes or hones IIIlI Joints IIslorationsMIIUolnlS larllyIIIIICOllllnflleor Urine roromotor Altu a specialty Coosullatlon Free t y J II RAISES Ill cnndldnto for the nonilniittun nf Jnlti of Lincoln county subject to thu net Inn ot the Democratic party Will LANI1GKAF Ii a candidate for Assessor of Unroln coun ty iiihjrrt tu iliiiioomtlc union T1IALES IL VtKIGHTI- n n cnndlduto for A e orof Lincoln coun ty stilpject to Ilio urtlon of tlio ilenmcriktlc party JOHN C PEPPLES CoulotyAubJtctty Your support is solicited DINK FARMER ti n cnndldnto fur JAiler subject to the no IUIICItIIour OUS KcCORKAOK countyparty GEO A EU1IANKS I a candidate for Jailer of Mncoln county subject to the action of tho democratic party JAMES T JONES tin candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county liartyMISS LIZZIE C JONES Of Moreland hai opened a Complete Line of Millinery at Junction City And CountryProduce FOR RENT IFor lens A large houw In Unrulier with eight loudtogbulln ICrrrrrnci J MOHAN rah t Jfltcrtoa street Uara Tees POSTE myfarmVM IANIXIKAK Krlfer Ky tuyfarmFake NlalLAtllenblir Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DESLERS Milledgevillo Ky We have 75 good stuck for sale anti about 30 head of stock Heifers LUTESt CO Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON 1r- orlancntter t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything firstclaw 1orterr meet all trains 89 OLD MOCK WHISKY Ororgo U Wvntherford has a contract nor fuii COMHOI ASH SAIB of Old Mock WhU ky In Huston le Ky IL C MOCK Danville Ky NEW LIVERY STABLES W BU3SE 3J1J Prr JUNCTION CITY KY TurnoutlitrirstClnn Reasonable hates fl el TrsveltngiIrnUrnln FRITH HOTEL F FSAIIOISCD Prepriotcr AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY rontllerlIorlenrung men Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Paper Hanging And Painting See me bofuru you let your painting I 111Ier1lIlIlllur penIxdtwork guaranteed J J IIKIDFN Stanford Ky n BEAZLEY 6 HAYS UNDEETAKBES AtSO IIKALKPS 1- 1Furniture tlntUuJHRuls And Wall Paper They will Exchange Fiirnitiiiu for all kinds or Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY sir POSTED e 11IInfofiny kind onii Inlatwawill be ulshel to fun eatentoftbelaw lltANt NOTICE I All persona knowlinrtlieiii flri Indebted tothupstutu of II Powell will iileuju pome furwiiiil nml Acllto lit once J T lrAVKM Ailm IL M Powell UlllHTli Crrck A S PRICE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky onceover McllotxrU Drue Store In HulldlDf theIR A IJENTI8TI OntC over lIIglllnll A kKlnncys Stone Telephone No GUN REPAIRING No matter what goes wrong wit your gun send It to us nail It will Iw Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At a moderate cost DANVIIIE OrctR Co III Third til Danville Ky Painting Repairing yourbUKKKtperlenced men to do It anti work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II IIIKKU jitimford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE 0Manufactured by J W Adams A Co faint Lick ICr In n gusrnnterd sure euro for horse and mules allllcUil with fistula Inllevll 8wnn y scratches l addle HolM Hard mid Soft Enlargements messy Heel lituiir Ac Ior sale by IL Mcllob lIuml1IIrtyCaldwell Wajrieahurc Dunn pros Hrv tomptoelllllydgcvllleUeo Ulurc Turneravllle J II Vnnluxtk McKln nay FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK8TAJTOUD KY CtplUl Stock 1100000 Suplu S17CSS K This lutliutloo originally established as tb1Io- It lUnknf Stanford la ills then rmrganlied u he National Hank ofSlaobrd la 1861 andagali sorganlted as the tnt National llankol SUnforc nlMlhsi hal practically anuDlnterrupUdt ocefor years It Is better supplied now will facilities for transacting tmslnes promptly and I rally than ever before In Its long anti bonoiab career Accounts ol InJIvlJuals fiduciaries ted Individuals solicited Dmictoai- F ItelJ Lincoln Co JW llaydsnSlanfu- cSTHarris slI llaughinan J SIIOlkr TI Hill t wr wtitfa JHColllerCraUOrehil A TiiYue o MJ Miller Ml Verno M UBIuiore tilanford ricas J S Hoe er Irnld ark J J MclloWrts Iibie 4 Lincoln CountyNational Bank Cajilal iockquatyq Suc ltwlwaanti h Jay t Solicits Your Bank Account HoplngsMih wulualyllIISIilTOllS J J Williams J 8 SrJW Culwntcr W ll OHHiiulns JIIYIIIIS Shlnk J F Cash tUIPlCLiS H SblntoIrfIlfnl J UwsUyCaihler W Mllrlithl AsslCashler J+ G+ McGL Ry UNDBBTAKBBMnnufactnrcrand HAENESS SADDLERY Yt 0 Stanford Ky a u