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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAt VOL XXVIIIS1ANFORU KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER G 1900 9 A M NO 71 POLITICAL Crokefi last pot namo fOr Rooiovelt II a wild couoirliiH A Negro Introduced Vorkei to ono n hie audiences in Loulsvlllo- Nearly ill of the Methodlata o Crawford county Ind are for Bryan JclTorion took lorrltory to avoid war McKlnloy U making war to take territory Kuuouu V Dob ease ho will nn withdraw from tbo presidential cantos- In favor of any candidate B A Eoloohna withdrawn from th- race a for Con rotilio the 8th Tonoentuo district lIe was a bolting candidate lUolmrd Crokor has eUOOOOO bet n Bryan and bas spent over 100000 o hie own money trying to elect him Wtlllnm H Ivan was nrroittd t Indtanapulla on the cbarge of attempt log to bribe n dtnooratlo citation of fleer At Hartford 3400 poopla by actual count toarabed In a parade In honor o Gov BMkhatn The otbor peakr were Olllb Jutnoa and Judge W K Set tle Tbo protdont of tile National Aaao elation of dvmoeralio oljib offers a re ward of 11000 for the nrresl and con viction of any p ron nlurlnsr today election returns- CongreeMran Gilbert of Sbclbyvlllc has been requested by the Amtrlcan Bar Awoelattoa to write a short blog rapby of the lAte Oor Wm Ooebtl wblch ha will do after the olectton The republican otTon to uatlmmente sums on MoKlalejr are looked upon as blcbliitli Mr Burnley the Courier Journal correcpondvat wires from New York that UM condition ItoMr Bryan election The repoblloans ro lateral 700 ex convluts nt LonlivIHa ned 10 tlrdll that number will doubtleM vote in tha Sum Take away rtielr oonvlot and Negro vote and there would be precious little loft of the republican party The great republican parade In New York Saturday came off lo the rot a Thorn woro about 70000 people In line Four State Now York New Jersey Connecticut and Pennsylvania woro represented In tho parade Circuit Judge Tarrln aya he will or der tho arrest of ROY Federal deputy marshal or ney other potion who en deavors to Interfere with tho election In Covlngton A statement of similar import le rondo by Circuit Judge Hodge of Newport Mr DryaD says It U a light between democracy and plutocracy In the na tion In Kentucky It Is a flgbtbetwcen law and order and anarchy and ohao Tucro ought to bo no question as to tbo outcome and there will not bo If every democrat will do bis duty In the taut eight weeks Gov Roose volt has traveled 21200 miles In 24 Status and made 073 ipccoboa to a total of 3000000 people lie broko all ro corde Including that of Mr Bryan four year ago nt which time Mr Bryan traveled 10000 miles Rod made 600 speeches Kills lUadley a reprweutatlvoof t lumen election league In Louisville wee arrested nt iaduaib on n charge of bribery A receipt showing that ho had pall to William Baker lino to be used In obtaining the defeat of Gov Buckhnm nod Congressman Wboelor was found on hie person when arrested Baker wore out the warrant for Heat leys orrofct lion C J Broeston said in hlsspeeoh at Library Jail LouUvllle Vote for Beckhatn Under no olrmi distances In dora TuylorUm Taylorlsm U synony moue with aMntaloailon committed nsn Buppoied political duty No peace osvo c Jinn lo Kentucky until the aseaieln of Goebel and the conspirators in the IM Fassinatlon oro caught oonvlote1 and hungAnother republican lie hag been nail Mendlin wrote tho odltorlal complaining1 that the government was being dlspoilcd by till pensioners who display romarlui blo longevity Is untruo Mr Bryan was nut at the time It was publiahe- editor of tho paper Tho man who dl write It It must bo confessed true k the bulls eye however Two hundred metal badges bearing tho inscription Deputy U S lllIrllhalI have been turned out by a Louisville firm on tho order of a republican nnd delivered to uo crcployo of tho United States marshals olllco Thejordor w accompanied by a strict injunction secrecy Tho evident purpose Is tou aeIc these badges In LouUvllln today to give a semblance of authority to repub lican detectives nt the polls A OItBA1 lIIWIOINE I have used QlinrobfrlHlnd Colic Cholera and DlturlioeaJHomeily and fi nil it lobe a great medicine says Mr K 8 Philips of Poland Ark It cured mo of bloody flux I onnnot speak too highly of It Thii remedy always wins the good ojilnion It not prateu of tuusu who use it Tho qutoklcures which It efe oven la the most severe cases make it a favorite cvcrywhuro For sale by Craig k Mocker Druggists rr1 = x lrIATRIlIIONIALi Tho county clerk of Laurel lesned dayThomas Miss iiifthltlmarried wane before many moons wax an II PlottvtI LOn Verb married at the residence of lien Martin Owens Friday Mlso Minnie Munday one of Stan fools pretty and popular young ladles lafprwere married at Mr W S Wnrran yMMrday They were tfiarrltd three years ago but separated dts Lvotloihllt tninsey of Pain Lick at S ooloek Nor 2l Mr A F Flinch one of tho clever proprlewro of The Globe Danvlllo was married In Cincinnati last night to Mlet Stella Loweotbnl Mr II showed us a picture of his future wife while In OlnclnnnUthe oilier day atxl ads In deed a beauty Wo coBgratulaUi binned wish hits nod his a lung life fall of happiness The engBCemeni le annooocod of Mr Graham Vrealnod of Louisville nsxl Mies Anew Cratcber of Woo fqrd eouuiv Mine Crutobsr IB a charming and most niiraotlr ytmng lady Mr VrMlkMl Is the stall corrMponflenl of mnyIrlad10 gilt The wedding will takn place Nore2th at the brides home Aulj u profusion of beautiful flow on tbo strains of sweet music and in tile presence of relatives and friends Miss Leila Goooh and Mr Morgan cults Reddish of Somerset wore uni ted In the holy bootie of matrimony The ceremony ooeurred at 8 oclock i N at the Baptist church that city and was performed by Rev W A Borum In an Improsslvo manner Tho floral decorations were as beautiful and taste fill as could be Imagined Under a beautiful arch of trailing smllux with terns formed a background of living green whllo at Interval woro lovely out lowers artistically arranged con fisting principally of rotes tho purity of which was suggestive of the fair and NaooyWadllledeUsbon mated as the party entered the church They wcro preceded by tho ushers Messrs James Harvey of SOInOrllot sad Dennlo Good of L fogies The brldo Is an unusually striking sod hundcomo woman and was dressed In a stylish tailor jmlt of bluo broadolotb applique trrlmralngs with hut to match The bouquet she car edhnMrs 6 Gooeb While poweuslng personal obarrasthc also hue the hap keeplnlfrlelll1l1apd gentle disposition being recolcnir by nil who know her Mr Reddish to a young gentleman of ryunlitieEllse Is upright and good That ho la worthy of his good fortune Is the high praise that Is hit Tbo proenM were ux qulelte W B G To remove n troublesome torn or bun len Pint soak the corn or bunion in warm watrr to settee it than pate it down ftfiolosoly ns possible without tlravr ing blood mid apply OhainWlalns Ialn lftlm twlcn doily rubbing vigorously for cotdn plaster should be worn for a few days genorallinimentand rheumatism Pain Rabin Is uncqtmlcd For solo by rillS A Hooker Druggists dCopt W J Stone who entered into nnLliquolliellwas ore of the ationdonta at a York mooting In Louisville the other ntg htatROIl pledged himself to tho repub- cane It is a great pity that the ca Itllllogsoeethia1ng ys and Liver Tablets fill the bill to n dot They arc easy to take and leasant in cflcct For 8 tlp by Craig Honker Druggists ImiliomontlQueenCrescent nn t trainNoof above occasion Ask tlckut agents for full particulars VOLCAIIIC ERUPTIONS ofc18Iii lu CbrniJWIetUrlrea re t guaraaletfJ Sold at 1cunjpj I rug bwre HUSTONVILLE On account of the niceties tho pro posed Baptist protracted meeting hall been postponed ITho Rev Mr Znlgler preached at cburoh hero Sunday morning und gave utemporince lecture th ere Sunday evening Mrs John Dlnwlddlo and Mrs Jas Irowltt wont to Bradfordsvlllo Vcd nofiiiiv to their sUlur Mrs Merritt Drye who le qtilto ill Some prudent far eeoiag person knowlo that election time Is comic o fintbftt tbo streets of tbo town will sue in before during and after tho else deemed It necessary to lay n now avement on the Southeast ooruer of atyUaoIeJoVn Armstrong has been eu iwreeded by Mr Bert Sbewmakor nod a nice new hack with glass front and rawn by a Kitrof strong grays not v between Morolund oDd Huston villa CoOlo Jlibn and hldtlima wore faithful servitors though there bo but few among latter day Negroes The following young folks spent sev eral hours very delightfully with Miss Mary Carpenter daughter of Mr T L Carpenter at her pretty home Satur day evening Mise Kate Baughman Maltlv Powell Julia Stagg Dolllo Cabbell Mary Crawford Carpenter and M doserA D C Dlnwlddle George P Crowe Oolline of Paris anti Dr R A Jones of Stanford ILANDSTOCK S ETC FOR SLP21 good yearling cattle Albert Kewlnnd R D Holttolaw sold to A R Ma tbeoy his farm of S3 aorta ut f42 L Joseph bought of W S Jones of HarrlKJD 701Wr pound calllo at 6c- B P Wood bought of A W Car pouter n beech of 1100puound cattle silo Wllltana Stlgall of 1orryvMlc lost jackPrince7f C Whitney Phil Dwyer anthers d o have bought the Saratoga racecourse for 800000 5 M Reynolds of Waynoaburg It buying corn lore nt 8150 and baullr It to hli place of buslnoe Lutes c o sold to J M Cotton 33 900 pound slop cattle at 4c und to F Pox iO 135pound hogs at 4noR II Orinweln of St W Blec e of Mexico Mo 0500 to the saddle Btulllon Rex McDonald Tho census shows that there are 0 000000 less callln 4000000 less bogs and 3000000 leas sheep than In 1800 For sale three floe Berkshire Poland China Boars ready for use fxtr good onus Hubert Carpenter Stan ttzord R N Rankly bought of John Croc oft 10 incise at 0r and of Winla Tnoraason 35 at 05 Carlisle ry At Burton tL Bells sale In Bourbon Shorthorns brought from 15 to 300 New Forest Wild Eye brought the latter I1IDon- ntLOSTIonr steers that will wclg b 1100 ore a red stag two rod and on spotted Left B Chancellors Liberal Stanforde1 e DKATH This is fife record of tho life of Shelby Benedict He was born ntDec 28 1818 and died last weak He was married to Ellen Yatos July 20th 1840 who was born in Boyle county n ear DanylHo Tney raised 11 abll tea to be grown of which six are no 1vby living He way u member of the DUll flat churl h over 40 years was as truth ful and nonuni a man ns over lived was a good father husband and cltisen tru to his principled and as u democrat h never voted any other ticket durto bis life F R COMPTON toBTOAY OF A SLAVE r lbebalnoIII VlllhtiM of NeacaItr bill Illilow mcli a II re wa made free Jin ray Jly wife hu been M iMlHeH for five ream that oho oouW not turn over In bid oboe Alter ulog two bode ol raectrk Ulttrri she wm woniirrfullv and able to tlo hwown work ThlulueMtII nerrowudeepleemew worldtog lOrl G rrr butUi guuaolerl Only 40c So lenny Drug Store fugltltpap o tbo other day and actually came as close as JctTorsonvlllu to the scene of his high crimes and misdemeanors Ho was thoro to make u speech and doubt less was provided with a body guard Rod plod with stimulants to stiffen his backbone which Is not as tout as that of a chocolate toy baby Teddy said MornlnADemoorut BISHARKS mon HBnVE WM Hie mult of Mi Iendl health Indomit alto will ami trnuindoiii energy are not fnuml Ilowetaoatweow tbe ii l r New i and1o0117 lt During tho flwral year closing Oct 81 41 trusts wore formed In Now Jcr say Two have a capital of 8100000 000 and moat of the others run from 10000000 up J THE CAPITAL OF THE BLUE Politics GRASSI LBXINOTOX Nov 11fhe long drawn out battle Is nearly ended and victory seeing assured From alt parts of tbo country como the predictions of democratic success and If all signs do not fall in this long drawn out dry spell them will bo u land slide to Ury an and glorious success for Bickbum titherRght realizing that It U u death strop glo but It will bt in vain A majority of Kontucklans will never dndorr u party which openly approve for dam noble acts of Parlor nod ha ooconrplr one during tbo ruleD of terror at rankfurt last winter but will vote to maintain order and for the enforcement of the low by casting their ballots for democracys gallant young lender T here seems no doubt that Bryan and Beckham will carry tho State by Late and sure majorities The campaign practically ended with Saturday sight but Proxy Yorkes and his managers realizing what we are go tog to do for thorn hero will put in a final effort this afternoon wbon he will speak in the Opera House after a grand parade by the civil liberty clubs In their Khaki suits and headed by rum corps They will make a big noIse and think they are playing lades but as everybody knows that most of therp are In the pay of the government and hired to put on u show of onthuti uitn little attention Is paid to thorn except by Negroes and small btu ifayetto gave McKinley a big majority In 1806 and added further to her shame iy giving Taylor a good vote but the prospects are that she will redeem her self to a great extent tomorrow There was another killing In town yesterday making live since I came hero In September All were Negroes and all republicans except tbo one kill ed Sunday and such expressions among ila race as Dot nigger ought tel been tilled All democrat niggers ought be In h1 bavo been heard on all sides made bv members of his own race Conga groat crowd from Danville and Rich theirTplace coming ver In a special train of three coaches worering those little beauties Misses Mary DldleyAlfreddrlck Alcorn also came along as root theagaroo a score being 5 to 5 though Centra ecems to have mixupskmenrobrokenuan arm and Ycager sugared u sprained leg Each had to plaoesfliledscrapping in the Pbwalx and wore en gaging In a general tight when the po orderowere several others would have been looked up if they hadnt barged so pitifully Tho manly sport seems to generate u spirit of Brutality und ought to bo suppressed The Democrat will receive the news of the election tomorrow nlgbt hot Instrumentna eMreoptlcpa on a large canvass go all wbo run may reed thc glorloua tidings that now tem assured Tho Democrat Is one of tbe institutions now longeroproblcmo itsgi biipport party to which It gives an unsrvIDI The arrest of a highly respected w hite man and a cJlorml man olgnod standing In Danville Sunday on war roots charging them with Intimidating and bribing Negro voters eliminates all elements of doubt about Yerkes home him outrage1amakes assurance doubly euro Mr Ycrkes realizes tbat ho is a goner VPW PnEVEHTED A TRAGEDY ofNlIa110Uilurtoy remedies and fiction but steadily grow UhrsreryOnemarvelous medicine slo cured Sir long of a se 6l1herroolfor curing all throat chest and lung troubles In Trbljolliespreen Golden who is accused of com plicity lei tho conspiracy to asjQdalnato Gov Goebel Instltutad habeas CuuntyJudgeAluorofife the sum of 87000 A lame shoulder Is untmlly caiuccl by rbeumatlsm of the uncles mi rosy ba curotl by a foy iippliciittonB of Chamber lains Pain lUlai Fur ale by Craig h Ilocker Druggists Shivery Days Aha The cold shivery lays arc herO Now is the time to change Und ncnl t Nro carry the largest assortment in tolvliA11 prices Ncw full hats Latest shapes now ith Agents for halves Special ff IT PAYS TO TKAUK AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning ProusSng and Repairing I Your money hack If youre not satisfiedr Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frogman Co For Good Goods at Low Prices Call on James Frye Hustonville Trusses I f Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hooker Stanford assotliimh A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and workmanshipany one many= yearsthatX I carry a full stock of Doors Sash DressedfLumberg I any prices offered 39a 8A n4nA u FESFjlSUPPLYI Always on hand Give it a trial George He Farris 8 Co If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys DrugStore Stanford Ky We use only the bestlmedicines THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Nov 6 1900 e o WALTON AS thU Issuo of the INTEIUOR JOUR NAL falls from tho press tbrou bout the length and breadth of the land bill tote are dropping in the boxes to elect a president of tho United States andI olllccra In several States It fs still ou opinion that tbo democracy will wli both In the State and nation Thai Bryan and Beckham arc tbo decided d choice of tho best element we haven t tho slightest doubt and If they arode t sated It will be due solely to money iItheroot of all evil which threatens to rule the people of the United States with a sway as despotic as that of an king that ever reigned Wo have sine j 1770 regularly spent tbo 4th of July In jollification over the fact that we hatI entirely thrown oft the regal yoke but we have been deceiving ourselves Ware sublects yet and money Is king This paper has no war to mako on le gltlmato wealth It abhors eoclalie- above all things but it likewise a condition of affairs by means of which wealth can be accumulated Improperly and concentrated in a few bands an made the virtual ruler of tho country It is dally growing more exacting in Its demands and the problems It has for the future to solve will bo far greater than any through which wo have pass ed The struggles to secure Independence and to suppress the rebellion will be as childs play in comparison with tho final conflict between capital and labor wealth and poverty In the great strikes of the past few years wo have a slight indication of what wo may ex poet Organized labor it Is true has done many unwise things but few when the provocations are considered It Is but natural that the miner who tolls day in and day out for a bare subsist ence for himself and family should feel some resentment when the millionaire who Is growing wealthier dally by means of his toll is unwilling to pay him sufficient remuneration to buy the necessities of life while he himself rolls in luxury This Is but ono of many cases that might be cited by way of example The republican party Is and has ever been tho hand maiden of money ever ready willing and anxious to obey its every command When it is in power money Is In power and It Is the most tyranlcal of all tyrants Some day the crushed worm will turn and that will be a time of woe May tbo all wise Providence avert this day of sor row BARUOURVILLK people who know the truth of the matter are confident that the affidavit of Finley Anderson that bo swore falsely In the Caleb Powers trial was wrung from him by dire and persistent threats against his life Reputable witnesses say that Anderson made the same statement to them that he did on tbo witness stand and are sure that Anderson neither got up the affidavit or Willingly ttworo to It ItI was procured by the republican cam paign macagers and according to a dispatch from Frankfort engineered by a brother of young Anderson who Is In the revenue service THE Bachelor Girls Club of Camden N J tho object of which was to dIe courage matrimony has disorganized So many of the members resigned In order to get married there were not enough left to constitute a quorum Whether ornot marriage Is a failure hasnt yet been decided but It Is cer tale that all efforts to prevent is aro failures THEIIB was a pretty bitter clash be tween the State and Federal authorities in Now York as to which should try defaulter Alvord for looting tho First National Bank In which the latter gained its point It would have been a good compromise of the conflicting claims for both to have tried him as the size of his stealing well merits double punishment MR JOHN W YEIUCES and Mr John A McCall president of the New York Life Insurant Company called on Mc KInley at the same time Wo hope that association with the dignitaries of the land will not cause Mr Yerkes to get too big for his kid gloves A TEXAN has sued 25 wealthy citizens of Waco for 8250030000 damages on the charge of unjustly causing him to be confined and detained In an insane asylum for two years If ho suc ceeds In his suit ho will be fairly well compensated for his Injuries SPAIN Is threatened with another Carlistuprlslng and affairs governmen tal in that country arc In a topsyturvy condition While ho was to the expand lK business McKInley should have an nexed Spain also and given it a stable form of government LOGIC at your watch dear reader and if 4 oclock hasnt arrived go to the polls and vote tbo democratic tick et if you havent already done so THE screen door trust which couldnt conceal s dark acts by keep Ing out the light has collapsed Tilt roulsvlllo Commercial claims this district for Williams by hilt to 1000 What that rspublloanassas organ does not know about politic would fill volumes By the way Bro Gelatt seems to have been forgotten In tho distribution of tho fund over which Hantm presides That or something else has caused hIm to drop two pagea ot his paper Ricilvito CnoKEti says that tho at tack on Roosevelt at Elulra N Y was made at tho request of Roosevelt himself with tho hope of securing votes rand that he lathe monumental fakir of tho age As to the correctness of the first proposition we are not prepared to say but the latter Is tho truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth SOME officers of the French navy who have been on a visit to our naval school at Annapolis pronounce it tha- greatest institution of the kind in the world Since the performances ot our fleets in Manila nay and Santiago lIar bor other nations aro anxious to learn how wo manage to do those things TAYLOR Is awaiting tho result of to days election with far more anxiety ofmliensry It means for him liberty or death gonedpeople will get down to work Everything presages a glorious democratic victory NEWS NOTES e William L Strong former mayor of New York Is dead Patrick Rolland shot Mrs Jerry Lunceford through tho head at Jack son The National Fox Hunters will mee at Estill Springs Nov 12 for a 10 days session At Jackson Center 0 safe blowers robbed a bank of 5500 and escaped on a hand car- Charles R Flint of New York has had a yacht built that will make 42 miles per hour Edward Nichols committed suicide at Cynthlana because he was out of a job and couldnt get ono A New York paper announces that the Gould brothers will pay the debts of the Count de Castellano Rev R T Stevens a Methodist preacher aged 81 was killed by a fall log tree in McLean county Twelve miners aro dead as a result of the Berryburg W Va mine explo sloq and two more are expected to die Illness brought on by tea tasting caused Abel Upham a government tea export at Chicago to commit suicide Terry McGovern knocked out Joo Bernstein In seven rounds In Louisville Friday night Six thousand witnessed the fight James Howard and Henry E Yout Boy convicted of complicity in the Goe bet murder vera taken to Louisville for safe keeping O J Reed former councilman of Shamokln Pa swindled the lodge of Maccabees out of 0000 by forged death certificates The discovery of pearls In the upper Mississippi hlll caused a rush of hunt era Over 1000 persona are encamped on tho river bank Bertha Mills aged 17 committed suicide at Linden Ind by shooting because she had been accused of taking loaf sugar to bed with her to cat The city council at Fort Worth pass ed an ordinance compelling woman to remove their hats at all public enter talnments where a fee Is charged Federal Judge Hallelt of Colorado his blocked a republican scheme byI forbidding the appointment of United States marsbals to servo at tbo polls Since tbo rather late opening of tho campaign Mr Bryan has traveled 10 000 miles delivered speeches in 22 States no accident has happened to him or any member of his circleswinging party Tbo report of the pojtofllco department for the fiscal year ending June 30 1000 shows that tbo total revenues fur that period were 8102U54579 and the expenditures 3107210293 leaving a deficit of 84891718 W T Nugent of Louisville non of E B Nugent the bankrupt was sent to jail by Judge Evans to remain until he pays to tho trustee for the creditors of his father 4233415 which he Is charged with holding out of the assets of his lather FIre which started In R B Hutch crafts sped cleaning ware houeoat Par- Is caused a 8100000 loss The stores of E F Spoors Sons Geo W Stuart Ford Co A Shire Milt Abner Samuel Kerslako fe Son W H Boone and others were damaged Mr Arthur Goebel In an Interview at New York denies that ho ever gave Flnley Anderson any money and says Andor80nli story was concocted for po- lItical effect Attorney T C Campbell says he loaned Anderson about 812 and his law partner loaned him 7 Thomas S Rbea and John W Ed wards democratic members of the election board of Logan county have sued tho Louisville Post for 10000 damages for a libelous article in that paper which said that they had vlolat ed the law In the appointment of pro elect election officer had committed frauds in tho ejection last year and contemplated fraud this year OUR Sft6IL FLYER I Gostomers Bulletin Of EIIRGAINS EXTRA SPECIAL OverloadeOverstockedr Great Unloading Sale This Special Flyer is set to our Regular Customers Only giving First Choice and Benefit of this Great Unloading Sale Ladies Wrappers Good quality of Ladles Calico Wrap elvestworth 85c at only 49c Kcst quality of Percale Wrappers trimmed wltb heeding worth fl25 at 73c Extra good quality of Flannelette Wrappers with deep lloum c rullle around shoulder and trimmed with heeding worth S175 W have only 0 dozen left at on ly 9Sc ClothingN- ever before was good reliable cloth ing offered at the price we are offering them during this great sensational bargain sale We are overloaded with heavy Suits and Overcoat and low prices will sell them quickly Come see for yourself and you will find out that we can sell you a Suit of Clothes Overcoat or Odd Pant for about half what any other merchant will ask you for the tame goods 100 Pairs Mens and Boys Jeans pants lined with good cotton worth fl a pair our low price 48c Mens heavy Mellon Overcoats 0 qual- Ity come and see them at f403 Mens Jeans Coat regular J2 quality at OSc Specjal bargains in Mens and Boys lined Duck Coats Mens black and Ilh o Cheviot Sulti f5 value at 1293 Mens finest Custom made Suits 2o different styles to select from will cost you 112 50 in any other tore our price only 1095- OOP odd palm of Boys Heavy wool knee pants 50c quality in this Sale 26e Mackintosh Coats Somo merchants will try to make you believe that Mackintosh Coats have gone upwe say our Mackintosh Goals are better and cheaper this year than ever before Cape Mackintosh Coats worth 12 at 1125 250 Mackintosh Coats reduced in this sale to fl48 t ape Mackintosh Coats anchor brand extra heavy quality and never known to T Tbo Queen Crescent has just recorded a run of 113 miles in 07 minutes between Meridian and Lumberton Miss orutibo rato of 851 miles an hour EXOov Brown and J C Sims attor neys for Caleb Powers appeared In the court of appeals and asked for a rulo against the circuit clerk of Scott coun ty for a transcript of the records In tbeI Powers trial making a plea of vency In behalf of their client and sub mitting allldavits to sustain tho plea They also moved for an extension of time for filing the transcript TOP rule against the clerk was issued and tho attorneys wero allowed four additional days for filing tho record Tom Baker of Powell county this State was killed at Antlgo Win by James Connellton whose brother Charles was stabbed to death by Ba ker last week Baker was decoyed to Connelltons house near which be was shot When ordered to throw up hU bands be struck a match and tired The fire was returned with a double barrel ed shot gun and his body was riddled As ho foil ho fred again and calling out Boys you vo got me this time Oh Cod have mercy ho expired d SALE 3000 Trees 300 Roots Standard cad fine stock grown by tho Ileum Co Casey county Ky 1rlce at the ldgwneh API l to V II Morse Iluitonvlllg or II Thomson at the nursery sell for low than f4 come and gel one now at 1103 Box Mackintosh Coats from the very cheapest to the finest grade at about half priceGentlemen dont miss this great Mn sationnl bargain sale of Mackintosho Muslin Underwear Ladles Muslin Skirts Night Gowns and Drawers 70c quality ISo All f1 quality Muslin Underwear at SOc 160 quality 75t 82 quality at 01 And Jackets Just reerived 600 Sample Capes worth from 250 to J4 must every ono Is of dif ferent material and of different trimming Wo are not able to deaorilwlmt se guarantee this to be tho groatoet value cv er offered as long as they will lest only 98c Special price on Ladles tine Iliwli Astraclmn and Cloth Capos Ladios allwool Jackets at 12 03 350 and 3448 will cost you dotililu the price we ask In any other stare In town Childrens Hcefer Jnckuta nt OSc f149 f 93 worth double the price Lairs you must see our Jackets and Capes to appreciate the great bargains Public Sale And Renting On Saturday Nov 17 19OO I will sell on tho premises of the Into O OI and W F Abrahams 10 shocks of corn nnd fodder and 3 stacks of mlllot hay Will also rent the farm of 100 acres 18 acres for corn 8 acres for oats the remainder tar grazing pale to begin prom ptlyntl oclock known on day of sale A PLEASANT Admr For Sale Privately I I Hlmrthorn cows 2 of them fresh others will be soon 3 yearling Shorthorn heifers lot of good terming Implement Including metal wheel wagon If not ftlilp Conn k TitiiimK Stanford KV PUBLIC SALE I e On Tuesday Nov 73 1900 I will sell at my resilience on tho DnnvlllB and Stanford pike 3 mlltm from Dunrllle myPKHSONAL 11101EUTY Consisting of 3 jacks 3 jennets strictly good pair mnre mules yuurs old good mule colts several good mares and horvun Kor 18 head of cattle farming Implements such M mowing nmolilnox cultivators liar rows roller gear Aw Also t Uyonrolfl sugar ionic well broken Wild extra fly IW H UMAIID we have to ofler Wo guarantee to save you from 40 to CO per cent on any Jacket or Cape Ladies Dress Skirts And Waists Flannel Waletsb0 dozen t adlw Full and MTnler Flannel Waists In boo brown cnrdltm green and polka doter well worth fl our tlpetlal price for 10 daft only 10c Ladies Dross Skirts black figured Mo hair and Fancy Ilaltliwcll worth fit our special prieo only 9Sc- Kxtra One quality of Pansy Mohair well worlh front 8Df 0 to 18 our fcolAJ prloefl40 Kino Ur6lf Skirts nt 103 anti fS48 worth dotiblo the momiy- 360FnndyX rMlk Undwtkfru worth 1 96 as long M they will last new only 0e Flannel UmlurskirU at 6c 130 75o mill D- ScRough Rider Hats 49cLatest style walking lists polka dot liniiils will Ot you f in any Mllllnury store our special price for 10 days 4Ue Ladle and Miiww Trimmed and Walk ing lisle UnderwearO- ur celebrated Mulb Ladles Union Suits the most perfect finished and boat fitting Union Suits in Itlo market worth II our pilcu only48c Todies and MM SOc quality Union suits reduced to 25c tadlct Fine Kiypll n Cotton Fleece lined Vests with taped neck pants to match worth 36c per Raruiont our senses rational price only utu- 2TI3S 15cj1 large line of finest Knypllan unit Peel er Cotton llfcccd lined Vests or 1anti ex tra heavy usual price 60o our II rico 25c Clilklrrnn lioavy knit snple Vest worth from Ifio lo 9to now only 5cIMens heavy Camel Hair and olaitN rthbetl Undr rwMir worth AOo a garment our low umlerttlilng price 8 tdy 25c Mens Fleeced Wool Underwear oxiro heavy quality will oot you matt 78q te f olfowhcreour low prhoenl- y48c 0 Our allwool Flannel Umlerwwr ter Men and tailto clienpe than over before We aro hoatl1l1arlers for all kinds UnderwearBlankets Comforts j h go In this bargain sate at OSo prAllamt flJS worth double the motvey Dont mlM this great Shoes and Hoy1 and girls Shoes worth f1ll1llr go In this great Mn Mtlonnl astc at liDo 800 l Ik ftn and lloys Leather plow Domestics roductdou LOUISVILLE STORE D RANEY Manager Stanford Ky FOR Apple Grape Capes 1536hunos dayNov youbuy surbratt prleeIleavy IAleI F97etheylat The Wa oJli9 IOffiEIal1fS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions caef illy tilled day or night Patent Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful hue 9f Stationery Blank Books of every description Office Long Distance Telephone rIf OVERCOATS 4 I SUITS AND t d f oODDPAjaFront the Lest mriimfacturers See our line before making your pur chase iy II W E PERKINSC Crab Orchard Ky ee one ee eoe e o oo s oeoo 4- t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD Kv NayG 1900 n TilE boat materials combined with skill anl accuracy Insure Rood carol te No o are overused In our prescription work Penny r Drug Store n PERSONALS C 0 CAItsox is up from Louisville MACK WALLACE hi down with ty hold fever Miss MlNNlB MONDAY went to Bur gin Saturday THOMAS II SHANKS wont to Louis ville Saturday Mils WILL SHVEKAXOB Is vultlng relative la Snolby M itS W II SHANKS U visiting her pirentB in MadUon Miss ANOIE CAKPBXTIUI of Uuiton villa war hero Saturday BOWEN VANAlWBALE Of LoullVlllc- is hero with the homcfolkt- U D BUIOHT of Cray in bore t vote and see tho horacfolks- Boiix to tho wife of H C Baugh man of the Weit Find a son Miss JENNIE Ni VIAW spent never al days with friends nt Lebanon JVDUE J C CHBNAULT of Rich mood was hero Saturday on legal bus lace Mn C B FNdLBMAN and daughter MIfi Mary Clark were bore Saturday Sunday TUB Fancy Work Club will meet with Mr Will Baughraan at 2 I M Thursday nextr- 11IRRSON XnviOB U beta from Winchester to stamp in tho circle un der the rooster MI9SMAJOH1BSHBLUY of Lincoln Is visiting Mr Luclca D NoelLeb anon Enterprise XACIC KLUIN order his paper chang ed from Morcland to Louisville where bo bus moved with family dii OflORat T MCROIIBHTS le down from Brodhcad to vote the itralght democratic ticket ai usual Miss Lou BniOHT lout next Wed needay for her new fold at Nnihvllle Tenn Mlddletboro New Mus JOHN B DBNAHDI of St Mary has been visiting her parent Mr and Mrs George Boiaoo J W FlCAXCIS had ono of hie hand- badly bfirnod wbllo working with n gas oil no lamp tn JP Jones store WALTIM SAUXDHKS of Jelllco U at Ihomu to vote Jarao SaulUy is also to stamp under the rooster JtnMJB T L SHULTON was here from Rowland looking at the Mullloa Hotel property Livingston Cor Signal Oil O GOLU3THIX the poled Louie villa opilolan will bo nt the St Aisph llpwl Saturday to remain a few day Mil W P WALTON edltorlnchlef mil general raaaugec of the Lexington Morning Democrat Ie nt home to vote- MnSaliS Quvv J CUNNINGHAM an George G Kollor Jr of the Danville Newt wjro callers nt this olio last night ills friends are ghtd to see Marshal O J N vrland oat nguln lie has to UM a crutch but he guts there all the araeM McIOtXJtUI and larolly of Row IJOliN ant Saturflajr ami Sunday hero with h1s bhtttur JbnaeMet Vernon SignalJ NANCM of this oou ty who joined the regulars at Fort Thomas In the spring order his paporaent to Ma nlla P I Mug HURT SHHWMAKKU of More land Is visiting her parents Mr an Mr 0 D Vandlveor Harrodsburg Deraoarau DK J G OAHlKNTKK U on urutohca ai the result of getting off of a Htreot oar before It topped whllo In Louie vlllu the other day BplWJ to the wife of D P Dineen a boy SomorsetjParagon The mother was the handsome Muss Agnes Penny backer of Ktngtvlllo Miss DUMA QIVHNS leave Sunday for Stanford whore she will reside In tho future greatly to tho regret ol her friends here Advocate MK JAMBS P Goons who was horo from Hustonvlllo Saturday told ua that ho landed a 10pound salmon whllo fish ing In Casey last week CLELLANI UASTLAND has secured a position in the auditors department a the L N at Louisville and won town Saturday morning to enter on bis duties flits J P PBYTON and E J Brown t and Messrs J O Hays and Ed Carter caught enough Hub to eat while up In Rockcostle but they brought none back to their friends MllS N A TYHEE of Louisville la visiting Mrs J N Monofoo and other friend hero Sho came to Stanford from Winchester where she epos t some tlmo very delightfully W J YAOKU who travels out of Louisville la vhoniOitt sensible ropubll can wo have talkoU to Ho says that HcQkhara will win today hands down Ifte a little cranky on McKinley though who ho thinks will swoop the country HxGOV BIIAULKY und lion Vincent Borclng patsod through Friday en route to Columbia The former gen tloraan said that Yorkos would win by 20090 whllo the latter claimed that 4rtho republicans would carry everything them LOCALS KuiiUKitB for everybody at Sever auco fc Sons NEW lot of mould Just received Boaxloy Hays Bio lino Dod Comforts 7Co to 9223 Severance it Sons ai prices IDAlNcorn Co Tnosn who owe Beck will please call at their old stand and set tle Go to John P for our foot wear He makes a epoojalty of Rood shoes MISSB81 and childrens shoos and all kinds of rubbers Lt Cummins I Mc Clarys s a primoOyprlow flooring J A Allan L Co Stan Lard IP this reaches the eye of a demo Brat who has not voted let him RO inorooster D1ATitMrsM F Dudderar formerly of this county died In a Louisville hospital Friday and was burled at Parksvlllo Saturday She moved from this county to Corbin several months ago To FARMERS Wo will Rive you as perbUIIlolter have It ground and put up before weevil and mice eat It up J U HaURhman ft Co YKRKBS didnt enough of Lin solo county to Rive her a speech and the voter should beat that In mind Perhaps though our column of goes flans bad something to do with ble glv log us tbo RO by As stated In our lasteue election returns will bo received In the freight depot whore Agent J S RIco will have comfortable seat oed where tho news will bo served hot from the wire Admldlon cents THIS oflleo got out tho licatudk White Ribbon In lees than two day tact week besides doing lots of jo printing and other work There are mattere In paper Is an unusually Rood one 22000 Chairman James B Mo Creary lat statement Is that lion lucky democratic majority will boJO 000 If you read this before the polls alas and have not voted goat once to your precinct and by stamping In tho circle under the rooster help make that majority OouiMtOMiBBU Tun Louisville Nashville Railroad compromised with dond r Wood by paying him 8000 tbo com pany aleo paying her sestets bll amounting 8100 and all tees In the case U will be remembe- ad that Mils Wood was run Into by a freight whll ehe and Mrs Annie Rletnan were orowlnir the track a that the forccsr was badly Injured DR U L DAVISON onme up to make a denial of the statement In our last Issue that tho republicans had barrel of whisky In their and reeked us to make an Inspection their rooms Whllo tho report onto monstrous straight wo aro willing t wde wgo whisksproven straw at would have broken the hack of the- o g p in this county OUR old friend Mr C Butler ling moos writes as follows from Point Lick Enclosed find money for another years subscription to tho INTERIOR JOURNAL the boat country paper In the land IL has boon In our family overt since tho first Issue was published more than a quarter of a century ago and it Rets better every Issue and to do without It Is an Impossibility I regret that It Is semllYecltlyTho lino except one and he has Hopped over speechtgroes at sight und to use tbo language of old preacher Bronaton when he mot his son driving a bull In a buggy to town la Agoing to hell as fast as ho eon S FULLY 2000 people attended the demo ocrutlo rally at Brodhcad Saturday and hoard splendid speeches by Col W G Welch and lIons J Mart Rqthwoll and Lecher Owsloy Thero never was a moro enthusiastic and orderly crowd assembled und judging from tho Inter est taken the party in that section seems to be cemented und will vote sol idly for tho democratic nominees to day County Chairman It L Brown Kxccutlvo Chairman W C Mulllns C C Williams John W Brown Williams E S Albright S C JudI lin J H Dunn James Marot and oth ors did all Jn their power to task the gathering a success and tboy succeeded admirably It was n great day for de mocracy und good reports may bo expected from old Rockcastle paper cheap at this office lOLl glass putty at Pont nys Drug Store WM haro tho underwear you want Severance Sons AN elegant lino of ball lamps cheap G II 1rrle k Co GUNS hunting coats paino bags ammunition ta at Craig Jr Hookers LAI robes horse blankets hand made harness cntJ C McClary TAKE your watches clocks and job repairs to Erabry k Eagluman WB buy for cash end sell for cash so dont ask for credit and be refused J n Baughman Co SIn those fellows double breasted fanny vests In sizes from four years up H J McUoborls HAVR your coat houses filled while tho weather Is Rood so tbo hauling will not cut your yard up1 H BauRh man t Ca- Cottls sortof Mr H H Cash of Crab Orchard died last week of ty phoid fever and was burled In tbo corn etory hero after a short talk at the grave by Rev J B Crouch ROSA little daughter of P II Davis was badly burned about the face and breast Saturday The little thing had gotten hold of n match which sot Its clothes on Ore It was a narrow escape FTIAWD D Holtzclaw has ship pd to the American Strawboard Co of Oblo 10 carloads of strawfor which ho gut 1375 per ton Ho has a con tract to furnish all be can at that prig n until Jnly 1001 TUB democrats of Doyle called thc bluff of the republican down theta and made them take water by the whole sale Charles Bruncr a prominent young democrat and Sam Crowduo colored were arrested at Danville Sur tiny by Deputy Marshal Con McCarty charged with violating the Federal election laws The warrant was sworn out by George Peters colored and they yyr yeetcnd warrants republicans some of them tho most wealthy and In fluential citizens of tho county on a similar charge The rods beard about this and knowing their vullt asked a conference with tho democratic loaders end at that conference offered to have the trumped up case against Brunor nail Crowdus quashed If their political opponents would not have the warrants served on them They further prom Is ed that In today election there should bo a free fight and no notice taken of tbo effort of democrats to secure the Heating vote An agreement waa reached Rod Cashier George W Welsh of the Farmers National Bank tele phoned to Lebanon to have tho pro Crowdlua at yrknow u thing or two themselves and tandy re met Brunor nt Junction City with a band and escorted him home amid the wildest cheers Bruner was borno In admfar ers moro Rode Mlarcoor takenoNe tc grooe theywill also released attar the example Is made of them yestordyay g Tho first thing on docket was the Im paneling and Instruction ot the grand jury The judge delivered a callothe cspoMql intention of tho grand jury to their duty to examine the accounts of those ofllcera who collect rinds for fife State lIe had Information that theta had been some dereliction of duty along this list His Instruction as to violations of the election law was forcible and full Tho recent act of lha Legislature knows as Rouen bill 10 makes It a felony to Interfere with an embraceneverybody Inclusive of Federal marshal They havo the right to attend the election If they desire to do so pro vises they behavo themselves but If they Interfere with the election in any way and the State olllcers fall to arrest them for ll rhea the grand jury should Indict tho State olllcers for falling to do their duty The following gentlemen compose the petit jury H F Newland A C Dunn Chaa Dunn W T Sounders John Anderson Crit Rule Joe Plcasants M F Herring C A KcddG It Engleman C Vanoy W R Kelley J B Myers Hugh Sear gent B Chancellor J R Hales W F Camden Dr C Fowler Cicero Rey nolds Wm Burton Arch Snow J W Gooch W P Carson J S Underwood John Blain Tho grand jury U as fol lows with Mr T J Hill foreman H ReubenIMartin Joshua Wilson Reuben Curtis Dabney Davis J P Hubble K K Wright and C L Ilonsloy Judge Saufloy adjourned court until Como r row and tho juries were ordered to re turn Thuriduy j A liAURUtt of the flnqst openkettle Nw Orlwing MolHee just Opened at Warren A Sbanke Tug Gretnbrlar Springs property offsred at public solo hire yastbrday i was taken down at SMO TilE Lord la ourside Title fine weather of today moans thousands moro of democratic votes ITS all over but the shouting and we do not mind tolling our readers that the democrats will do that WE will sang mosey on cloaks ready made skirts and shirt waists and give you the very latest styles John P Jones Dit C M THOMPSON telephoned us from Klncsvllle last night that bo hud reliable authority that two car loads of Tenncetee Negroes had been dumped In the llth district to be used In the election now being hold SOMEUODY Is toget hurt If the iNTEKlou JOUHNALS are not han died with more care Postmaster Cam nlt1 writes that our Fridays papers did not reach Hustonvlllo until Satur day morning and that our subscribers there are kicking like bay steers There Is no reason why the paper should not reach that point on the day of publication and we Intend to find where and on whom the blame lies If we have to get a detective to do the workMcKINNtaA Somerset party will startup P W Greens old distillery sear this place In a few days John A Butler will move into the house roo cently vacated by Henry Tombs Jeff Doolan will move into the bouno vacated by Mr Butler Dr Lowder reports eight cases whooping cough in the faro Fly of Ben Lewis near Highland Will Cannon Is back from Charleston led Mr Watt Dudderar of your section spent Sunday hero J II Vauhook Is buck from Rockcastlo nod Pulaski HON M AllELE of Covlngton one of the moat eloquent and entertaining German speakers In tbo country ad dressed one of the largest soil roast en thuslastlo audiences ever assembled in Ottenbclm Friday night He spoke in the largo vacant storeroom of Coroner Wm Landgraf and It was filled to over flowing fully 100 people being usable to gain admittance The crowd was variously estimated from 300 to 500 Thero Ws a grand torchlight proces slon a quarter of a mile long on borsc bank men carrying huge banners and transparencies with appropriate In Bonptloos Down With the Trusts 100000 Standing Army 8148000000 per Annum 1800 Granulated Sugar 24 Ibs for SJ 1000 13 lis81Rmera bar Poor Gooboh Toll My Friends to bo Brave and Fearless and Loyal to the Great Common YeoploWm Goebel Hurrah for Abele Bryan Steven sod Beokhom and Gilbert Coal Oil Oc lo 1800 16c 1000 Republic against Empire Government by Assasslna tlon Thero were crowds from Kings vlllo Wayneflburg Crab Orchard Proaohorsvlllo and Stanford Hon R C Warren presented Mr Abole In a neat little spaced and ho was given such an ovation that It almost took tho root off of the house He spoke briefly to his American friends In English and then asked their Indulgence while ho addressed his followoountrymen In the native tongue HU speech was very forcible und at times most eloquent Ho- discussed Imperialism trusts and mill tarlsm at length and then ho launched Into Stntelfisues and the pictures ho portrayed of the disgraceful proceed legs at Frankfort last winter brought about by Taylor and his fellowropub Hcan assassins wore of tho blackest typo lie told hU fellowcountry nen of how Fugitive Taylor surrounded the partisanmilltirolttancc how ho chased the members of the Legislature he Abele being one of them through the streets of Frankfort preventing them from meet trig anywhere suspending the writ of habeas corpus adjourning tho Loglsla taro to London the mountain hamlet denying tho judges of tho court of appeals to sit In their chamber par boning criminals indicted and charged with felony In advance of trial Sc His arraignment was terrific of tbo repub llcans in general and said to save his life bo could not sec how any fate minded and decent man could vote the republican ticket whoso candidate for governor indorses the resolute oed pa trlotlc course of that dastardly cow ones Taylor nt Frankfort The Gor muss tell us who heard him that U was a grand effort and did much good for democracys cause After Mr Abolo concluded loud calls wore made for W L McCarty who responded In a mug nldccnt and telling speech and urged every democrat to go to the polls early nail stay late and vote the straight democratic ticket by putting the sten ell in tho circle under the rooster and down that crowd of republican assas sins whoso candidate for governor Proxy Yorkcs Indorses tho resolute and patriotic course of Fugitive Tay lor Then Hon R C Warren was called upon and rondo n short talk urg tag all democrats to buckle on their armor and be at the polls today and to bring their neighbors with them and see that they put the X in the circle uoter the rooster r y FURNITURE CARPETSWALL PAPER A Big Crash In Prices setCoilWoven Wire Bed Springs 175 Wall Paper trimmed very close 36x72 Moquette Rugs 275ee 175 tU 75 Picture frames made up to date and at your own priceiare little buyers are paying W W WITHERS Stanford Ky FALL WINTER 1900 e We have anticipated all of your wants for the coming season and bought for Cash a stock of Dry Goods and Notions that for quality and style lire not often found outside the largo cities We have also added to our stock a lino of Ladies and Misses Golf and also line ofReadyMade and Shirt of these goods wo buy direct from tlio manufacturer Our Skirts are of heavy Melton cloth and besides being the correct style hive that set to themjthat makes others Our twI1And nderwearII 11dassP Stanford I l m I 1mIi Thursday Friday And I I Saturdayr 1 November 8th 9th and 10th Ij5t addition to our already largo liiic AVO will r n big line from ono of tho big eastern jilt n- w tories Dont rail to come and see them m i SEVERANCE S SONS 1 Opposite Court House cf li IrnaIkc z icucrcrir THE LEADING Grocers And Hardware Dealers Stanford Ky I JO Ae ALLEN CO Contractors And STANFORD KY have now a complete stock of llulldlng Muttrial Yellow fine Flooring Celtluff Doors gusli Illlnda lAnd all kinds of Drosswl rind Hough Lumber Shingle and Itoo La cut 1osts Se We inaUee tlmatiw on uiiyUodoX work wonted OfUcu opposite Dr L It Cooks At Exchange You will always hurl nod treatment good lour good meal Rood uhlp tuir good bran to nv low price Ho will give you H branfortfor one ltont forget to an when you want wheat exchanged or buy Hour mWII lc 3 30x60e18x36U Capes Jackets Skirts WaistsA- ll madeI JOHN JONES IIn Builders Freds FOX LOGAN r LIVERY SEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY sadfarW Logan Wood Manager it 7 ql T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the post ofx at Stanford aa ccandctati matter bUahoeulIQI7 ana cDVCI r 17 1 PER YEAR CAST aaYWhen not loptldfflSOO will becharjed IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IThe principal portion of Rock Castl Springs was destroyed W lire Inst week Mrs Young wlfo of Contractor E J Young of Nicholasvtile U dead of consumptionThe of foot ball between Cen tro College and Central University a Loxlncton Saturday resulted In a tie B to 6 C J McLear proprietor of the Catching Hotel at London was bil In 85000 bond for killing his porter Sam Rogers I C UULt formerly clerk at the Tribble House Junction City has been engaged as tmmagpr of the Barke House nt Somorae T Father John ImhofT pastor of St Bernards congregation at Clements villa Casey county died In LouUvlll of typhoid fever Gill Boyle of the Louisville Post was arrested on the charge of killing quail Ho had several In his game bag which he will pay 925 apiece for Mr Boyle gave bond at the jail Mrs Llllard the aged mother of E WijLillard of Danville had her hip fractured at Lawrencoburg She vas in the speakers stand while Hon Rob art Harding was speaking and It gave II way iCHUROH MATTERS f W E Pof Piuevllle 1Rev at the Presbyterian churc ndayIHenry Paulconer has just close r a meeting In Sbolbyvllle which result cd in 29 accessions Rov William Myers of Asbury Col lego preached two excellent sermons at the Methodist church in the absence at Rev W E Arnold tho pastor wh ia holding a meeting in Bourbon Rcv R R Noel returned yesterday j from Rockcastlc where bo bad been holding a two weeks meeting at Scat fold Cane There was only one addl tton but the church members were greatly awakened The Christian church hero has call cd Elder J W Hagin to succeed Elder Frank W Allen who will return tQ Missouri about Dec 1 Mr Hapin has preached at Turnoravlllo for a year or BO and Is an able expounder of gospe- ltruths =A second battle of Lexington is be tug fpught but it Is the battle of Lex tncton Kentucky On the one side is the Morning Herald British with its old fashioned smooth bore muzzle loading guns Ic charge of Cot W C P Brecklnrldgo On the other side Is the Morning Democrat with its gat ling guns and its rapid fire guns and its Long Toms under command of Col W P Walton It takes considerable time for Col Brccklnridge to swab out and fire his old smooth bores and then tug balls describe parabolic curves beautiful to behold but of such length that the troops aimed at have ample time to scurry out of harms way Col W P Walton pours a quick rapid fire 100 shots a second straight into the rinks of the enemy and the result is the Morning Herald la dally shot full of holes Cynthlana Democrat Is Best HFLA WIIRKfKK WHCOX I know us my life grows older And mute eyes have comer sight That under each rank wrong some whore There lies the root of Right That ouch sorrow has its purpose By the sorrowing oft unguessed lout us sire ns the sun brings morning Whatever isis best 1 Know that each sinful notion Aa miro iw the night brings shade Is Komowhero Bometimo punished dolayellaSometimes by tho honrtV unrest And to grow menus often to suffer nut whatever is is heat I know thoro are no errors In tho great eternal plan And nil things work togotnor For the final gqod of man And I know when my soul speeds e onward In its grand eternal quest I shall say ns I look hack earthward Whatever isis boat KKAFNBSS CtNNOTUECUBE- Dpylollpp Iteetiunt sa tbtvtannot reach the ill porlMin of th mr TlrIOnlrseoe way loeejre and thai ls by IonMlnillonal rem ifies DeafaeMlt onused hy an Inflamed condl time of theuueouallningofthe EiutacMan Tull WlMD this tube li inllimtd you bare a rumbling sound or li erfect hearing and wken IIIentirely citnlIbbfseelithe rwnll and tinlrat the In flxnuuatlon rail be taken out and tb tube rtttor ol toils normal eoDdtlloD hearing will lieilettror by pi- lauihwhilolInnthlnShubantufamol condition of the nulane stirlao WewtilgireUaenundrwltullanor tar cae dUrD cannot be rlrcaUnJESTftii JiUtitylllii ire c the beet Judge J W Lindon la dead at Jack eooI er I4 t J Loves Cost Wo hoar much of the sweetness of love of the joyof loving but it hn another side also nod that is why it is forever tho antithesis of selfishness love costs Every love that outon the heart opens the door to sorrow No pain cnu ouch the ono dear to iu and we not sulfur also no danger can threaten and we not keep anxious watch Everycloud that darkens that other sky throws its shadow across our sunlight Every sin that stains the beloved soul hurts Mud aches in ours as if it were our ownaye worse for our own sins we ntaycast aside and seek pardon for but who can re pent for his brother Loves pain lies in its poweriessnes s To long to bring relief and to be nit able to suffer with because wo can not suffer for to watch from without tho battle we can not help to fight and to share every heartache disap pointment and lossthus is tho oost ofi loving But only so does our human ifo grow deep take on worth and dignity Onlyset can wo ever ho akin to Him who bore our griefs and curried our sorrows who having loved his own which were in the world loved them through nil their blundering their blindness their sins unto the end Yheu surgeons wish to dissect the brain they place it in alcohol which Imrdcus it so they can cut anti luau the it conveniently The man who drinks alcohol is pickling his brain in advance and thus becomes so stu pid in his mental faculties that only the most powerful stimulants in large and increasing doses will rouse him to any mental effort Tho brain bo thus abused for n time but It fast it will take a most terrible re range Stupor horror and despair drive tha victim of appetite to the madhouse nUll the the tomhH L tlastiugs After listening tonparliamentary candidates fervid appeala shrewd old farmer was asked what ho thought- of tho speech His was Well I dinua ken but I think six hours rain would ha done us a deal stair guid To have what 1e isriches but to be able to do without is power MiicDonald COAL SALT I will hvo my coal bins completed by Oat loud will Reel on linml three ot the host coots also salt and Iwlll volt It to merchant by nagou load at a Yen email to tom highestmargin Will ivm iii u prices Hickory Spokes g1aVYtnod Mendings Goodt and Groceries nt rock bottom prices Olvo me n trlul Mitt t will tIt you money II U KINO MOHELAxn Kr POSTEDThe names appear below strictly forbid any hunting of RIIIIIB landkind at any time of the year on their and will i ro ocuto to the full extent of the law any who violate S H J K llnuplitaan Dr Steele lldlcyJ It nruoe J T Harris woods J M Iottu W T Tuottcr II C Ilaulimnn Fine Farm Horses Mules Jacks c At Auction tralug loot ay tame barn all of tay hay oats anil will 141 O- BVcdnesdnyXov 14 1900 on toy farm at Mrlnn l union oo the Clorlinitl otd melee M godyearoldgoo irahflr rulubnlhynres coat Jenetaon mj farm Jnnell r jerk i iu Jsnnet eolU Iwalking horse lot Inor me of tbHII Stan lard bred a Iowa anJ calves WTt ral with twine biDder atrsr earrkr tentoreeral otbtl amdayn unllerouotomintlon I will sell on two story frame Louse it Stanford Kjr with goal well ol water at dour ThU prep tlootwho is hiring on the placi at lIfI this property some one WiAiiopelllrotluanlof WUdlng the houot Clt The a uBWfKJenot on hand on day of isle I tllllbtortll lend on tbt listen or Lo nraneh In Bounty S mitts EVulb of Iluuonvllle eed S mllMfromMcKI ney union ThU land It oils IWfjrtotawo It will be dtvklel into I tract If dwired Strain tats on raU r iBLJfjlT with aide trek aryl coal MM eo Into the real Inietoeeo will do well In raking an lie Ihae 5no rot Inot rrof ty nnloadlng Mowland ta good rJ OIoalDdt- be tradsIs grewleg ii will very Iltlli 1- oeelh th coal ale I lot with a pool tad a MdalMroraMiUiiilU t lot iulrlde ar a hotel and the only one town that to alrbl I will lo leU the tarn on whlrB I Ilex or tLfeStf l well ltTheU sold In two loU and tlwo M a and too unnd i4t Irma with the lwpMT wMit I wits alto sell at the tame time from to url- odloltOlOOIlnhhalllfe theywill U old in rerload lot I store t and let loreland- whre1Sill now a lllotc Boodfc TheboueeLItwo- star frame upper pert tiled PCorr llInl- WII leU with store bone wore totrad ainoantlnc to IJOIa orwith a good timber IS a year alto a good tension trade of MID who hand their cbtckt arer diva I bare worked out all ot the diukthl one onlr hue the worthy ones to lean sell thesu goou rbvap at If they recd the money ever the counter 1artlee hit bar the lock can hue their trade dealing with them at love jell the gents worth thn- ruoD1 JIll the balance of toy trade U cash and bu n for li monlKt Terms made known on of sale KINIIlorrlandKT For Neon ess ComfortAnd There Is nothing like the Hoekor Bootee Like nil goods nude by t- heManssShoe Company they try to tee how good they can make them All work Guaranteed Ho J0 MKttBHKTS o OVERCOATSSUITS Sue our now Olortl grey Imported Covert and Beaver Overcoats alto now line of Suits In Oxford greys Fancy Cheviots and Worsteds Raglan and regular styles Nubbiest ThniThe Season Ml grades and close prices We have Just received lotof new Cuban Hats in blacks nnd pearl preys See them they are just out Do sure to See Our Stock He for you muku your purchase We con save you money CUMMINS McCLARY Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres Tpa JI11 i WANTED Wanted to inanngo a well equipped farm on share bya live energotlo man lItof teferenco Addross this ollleo Wanted To Raise Tobacco And Corn on share with tome good man or t wilt rents farm for money Q IL IlltAWNKIl antllle Ky BLUE GRASS NURSERIES FALL 1900 BTerylhlDg for tlllI Orchaid Lawn cud Garden tbo million 1iult Form cud Ornamen tat AiparaipHgUrapelUM small Irulu and cv nffittt ut hoe or in town No scents fDlrloland a IJIlolulrlm tu the actual on II IIILLBKMBVK1I Lcxlnglo Kjr FINES FARM FOR SALE I r P 1w tocana tutu of IM acre of No Hanging Fork It for tile rlrately It hat upon It a tpleadld two dory brick house large tubacvo uoo l orrhtrd and uecetary outS Flft toe tern Tlrgln Mil mad lHoalll ful woodltttd nnll red and In all ranwtt a Antelau firm IncatrdonSlaefonlt MlUolge rlll turnpike rooTeultnt todMiOta an C b and U ANrallroadi liiiagowl uouieaud a profit InvaunentPoultry And Eggs MNTEIO I will pay top market price mail for them anti alto Wool reuthuis Ac- p H DAVIS PR UITT8FtSMOHELAND KY Furniture LiveryUndertaking fair of TTMrotd well broke raulev for sale IT hands high BY SPI OLIL REQUEST DR GOLDSTEIN wm Return toJStanfonl ov10 and rev main a few days Dr Q OoliUtlen of Loultvillo wilt be here soon Mud will remain a few days onlyand will fit gtassee to the eyre ot nil who need them lie baa mado the atudr et optics a ielal tv and anyone In need ef gUeste cannot do bettor than give him a call lIe can ho found at the St Vpli Hotel 1ftrwiU ot children whose oye are in any way olrecled thould take them to Dr Goldttlen und have thom oxamtnexl Teo much care tarn not betaken In Slabs particular ai any neglect on the purentu may lend to roost nerlotit oon e uencei In attar lira It the eyes ot a child need glauoa the doctor cnn determine It and adjust anch glasses an will bo mot apt to preserve and increase their strength Tbo doctor has been giving aatlafaetlon for many years and we recommend him 11 worthy the patronage of the public Those Buffering with their eye should call on him and If ho dont giro them relief It will not cost them anything Ho can adjust to DOT eyes and tiny age A good glace rightly adjusted U u luxury to n peon with tailing sight thoy can afford to do without A gins Imperfectly adjusted le worse than no glas Odloo hours tram iS to 3 r at the St Anapli hotel ERDILLEHAY D1VILILEManufatur rof ZY BEICEAnd Denier i- nLinieCement ooWrite Ior Irlcvi TWO FARMS FOR SALE Hating deciiled tocbaBgerar roeatloii I will ell pwlatelym farm oa lire IM ol a onbsd Ky This farm U fine land In pood state ot rnliltatlon IM sorts at titer illnm that U one era and iiieaduw land hala1O lens Is upland cod will ndapted lomwhat blue nni and all other eiojis A brick dwelling of ruuuit aod rallar a well of ipjfixlkl Ireedeut watt at ibo door two tmemeat house new barn and nil Dar outlmlUllt wltl1 l of good fruit and ae abunlanct ai heck WI er make this the meet detlrable Urea la ill std of tho county a fuse oraootlt IMaerce H mile trim Crab rcliard on tancaitcrilrpel 0 xwlld the mouCrab orchard All In gnu with a large stork barud an aduuilance of water with oDe of the naet building tltej In the neighbor loodAlwaDlteralUxtlntJIanford Ky ot Laneoa for treat with guuil cittern garden Ac attached Ior lurlhe cill on oraildr u- U H JIIISAVCJII Crab orchard Ky rsSlavinPhilliDS OSTEOFATH1STS Will be in Dantlllp lonI Wcdntadaya and irldayi- Vill be In Stanford Tunulayi Thursdays and Saturdays Office In the IVnnlngton Uulldlng Stanford if nee hours to AM Ilo4r u OSTEOPATHY This Science nrlllnat1and devloled by Dr A T Still of Klrttrllle Mo dejiendn en the rlncljilctof Anatomy and 1hytlology for Itt reo ult It re ulreiinof Uli no drug no tubbing- iosttrgleeloteratlonl andclaluii blng sujier Dalllatex alley tlewsumn ataiaachlno of to ninny area I keynote it ailjiiitnient When all llOrl- lale i iroMriy adjuiic1 and not orerworktd health II the result Some ol thA dlieaies treated by nt Korvoiit rctriUon Keailwbef Nouraljla Itbeutnalliiii ilorrn Weak Irunulated Melt nitre oDallpalloDIIIband Inlmtlnal troublM MMK of Itonet aol J IhratleteIneontinenreolUrine LoaonptorAtag u j CuniultRtlon Ireo I JaIL RUNES It a ntndldnto for tho nomination ot Jullqr of Lincoln county subject to tho action 01 tho Democratic party Wai LltNlGlt tI- ll a candidate fur Assessor of Lincoln oou ty InllJt to democratic action THAUES H WRIGHT IsA candldnlo for Assessor ot Mncolncoui ty subject to the action ot tho democrat partIJOHN C PI3PPJLES tan candidate forTaller of Itucoln Oout subject to tho action ot tho democratic psi ty Your support la sojlclted DINK F t11t1IER I a candidate for Jailer subject to the lion of the democratic party Ho solicit your support GUS McCOBMACK Is a BAnclldato for Ane or of Lincoln com ty abject to the action of tho democrat party GEO A ZSIIIKANKS la a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln count subject to the action of tho democrat p ray JAMES T JONES Is a candidate for Jailer ot Ilimoln COUHI subject to the action of the democratic JI MISS JUZZIE C JONES Ut Matelanil boa opsd a Ceanyltle Lino of Millinery at Junction Oity td incitesthpItrontgeotthepehlk Oeeiatr rWaa takes la etching FOR RENTlVr tNl A lance with elsb- stn Iable sad tanlJweiltal a bsad- let tMtMf sieve U It mtrally nxid for aU kid fbuelont IMetmcv J M UKAVU- sik tJedcoateee faroT- emssPOSTE alfarmVM UtNINlHAF Krifer Ky rlfastNlKfUtt nleebtr Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEALERS Millcdgovillo Ky We have 7S good stock Hugi for llAic and about 30 lauad of stock loiter LUTY3t CO Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pro- rtumcnstcr ICcntuclcy Newly furnished clean bells splendid table Ererytbing firatclasa Portei soot all trains 89 OLD MOCK WHISKY Ocorgj U Wontliorford has a contract tor iCLL OonRoL Aka SALE or Old Uofllt WbU Icy In llutonvle Ky II O MOCK Ditnrllle Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE s W DAZE J sm Prrs JUNCTION CITY KY IrstClaM Turnouts nt Itoftnonable hates Special AttvntKjn to TMTalHg Men Grain and Hay For Se- loFRITH HOTEL 7 KTAHCISM Prcprloter AT DEPOT BRODHEAD ICY NtMIdw1IrlUae mo n CI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY roods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Paper Hanging And Painting See me boforu you lot your painting wllliavo you tnonoy I will funnel iinnnd put n on the wall from hoc up In nubords I will cell yon mper as clinap yg lerbaitfork guaranteed J J IIIMDRV Stanford Ky EAZLEY HAYSU- NDEPT9ILERS ALw PIIAUMIII I urnihtrcMnttillg1Itttjsfind They will Exchange Furnituro for nil kinda of Stork live them acftll Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY POSTED I trtb11f111fv the public that my land li pest ed that will t iuilt no hu will or UNIurtntofanr kbul oil it Vlolatnti to the xttntoflb liw M ITLvNIi NOTICE AllpcMoimknovtliietheiiiwivee Indebted to the t18tlleo of plttiiw I come forward and suttle nt onee J T IRAVKM Adtn H M Powell Ollbcrta Greek A s PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OfflctOYfr IJluUdlol R ita JONES DENTISTStanford Ic Ofllco over Hipgins It McKlnnoyg Slur Telephone II GUN REPAIRING No alter whAt goes wrong with your gun and It to us HNda will bo Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At a sMaTante Lost IUNVIMB OrOlK Oo Ill Third St nu1I1o Icy Painting Repairing PnptndtoI am pMUt awl rfWI rwr oleeaiylRxporteiwdteed UIIrviII rakleto apes new for very little mosey J II UMRBK Ssakwd Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE MaMofarlar by J W Adams k Oa Palm Lick R71a a p1tHwro run for hone sad ismlr aMictwI with FMMIa 1allevlt SKlHRoy IlenstdIM 8dilt hello l lard sad Soil Bnlart ea U Or IHtMwMT W For woe by W It lirltefe lIdberlysOaldwtll v rBWburci Dana liNt IIrf ntiUTllle ICy V It OnJOIOeo U Jeter XlddlnlMirp Ky itch A Mc OIaN Torasrarile J II VanltMb M no l FIRST NATIONAL BANK or STANfOlID CsItallStesk J1000M Carplai S17CS3 ThlilaiUiatlonertilnallyettaUUked u thalla pMltUanknTHuafonl la IMI then rparfaatwd ti the National lliak ofSUnlutd la ltGt snJjili torgaal d at the FlntNaUontl lliok ot StaattM n UU has haj practlraUy aa nnlaUrniptel uhl Infer It yam It It better iar IIed now wit tacllltieifertrantactlocbailneM rou tljraiKl I Bullj than erer before In Itt long and boceiab career Arcaums of IDdhltllla fijutltrlw scdlBJIfiJatlitollcltedDimcreai f IUIJ Llntolo Co Jwhlaydeeltasft S Titerri IL H rUtjhiwn u J8JI fk r Tf nUt WH WIt W A 14MJU 0UI rOH Otekd K J NUierr4di1ru M UJBuw lltaafle eflKef- J b HM cc PreaM it J J JUHetH chttt Lincoln County Nation Bank oa m espnamiwhy Inr M Yean Solicits Your Bank Account U0f4nx sh blIlIUIDhiatorolst JJJ SrJA1pet ter- ILw lof J s7ilub4k JCUh VaSHIiS II Sliantu VfMldentti J lJ ti UlllalerW AraCutler J+ G+ 1cGLff Y I tTlTDEjtAIiEa Manufacturer and Dcnlcnrln AE1T2SSS ADDIBBY ftO Stanford Ky