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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1lIVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 1900 9 A M NO 7G II Letter From tho Blnck Hills of Wyoming ALVA P O BLACK HILLS Wo For Kinio thno I havo Intended to write ufo line to tbo I J which Is time greatest of all papers to me Though 1 take flvo and three of them from Ken lucky tbo Courier Journal U a Rood second I can sec but limo chance in the I J Rlnce It lost lie vnluabln edi tor ai I bolluvo Ed to bo equal to any emergency that ho will over attempt have watched with unusual Interest tho result of the election dad especial ly tho result of Kentucky and Indiana was very much In hopes Mr Kern would bo elected governor of Indiana to W S Taylor and Charles Flnley would have to travel but I am always thankful for all small favor and large once In proportion I think Kentucky has a great deal to bo thankful for In that she has elected Gov Beckhum and our own worthy Concrcuman G G Gilbert to a second term There was u great deal of money bet In tho mil on tho general result principally at odd of 3 to 1 on McKinley There was tonic placed here on Kentucky There era several IContucklans hero and they all look blue If thin weather Ic Ono Hanna did not forget this State with bid slush fund Mr C L Culvert our county clerk and another Thomp tie Cooper all over told mo that Han na tout 83000 to thus county to be used for McKlnlcy and the StMoScnalorblp nevertheless tbo democrat succeeded In electing Iho out of 10 of tbo county ottlccrs My earnest deslro now la that Guy Ucckbain will If necessary tuko tho State mllliln and run down every mountaineer connected with the airas tlnallon of Gov Gocbel nod give to every one bis just deserts wblto or blackA republican In Stanford wroto me In October to come back and vote that tbo Goebel law would bo repealed and we could bavo our VOW counted I hope he with the rust of tbo republl cans will accept the result wjtboutnny contest to long ae the republicans arc rcx nilblo for holding this election under tho Gocbel law On the lath of this month I bought from Undo Sam anotber lie nuten of land under ibd timber and none Act that U to file on land and advcrtlie fur 10 weeks and then wake final proof anti pay out 82 CO per acre The timber Is valuable anti becoming scarnu Tho only trouble le a Ulan Is limited to only ono timber claim and ono homestead of which rights I havo exhausted Tbo weather Is fine hero have had no cold weather and but little snow Our health Is good Very trulyjjour FRANK HOLTZCLAW CHURCH NATTERS Rev A W Crawford baa resigned as pastor of the Presbyterian church at Paint Lick Next Sunday will bo Cumberland Presbyterian College Day In tho Sun day schools Tho Melhodlsta of Indiana will build a Suite hospital at Indianapolis at a cotof 75000 It has been 110 years since the Moth odlst Kplsiopul church was organized In America and 51 years since tho or ganization of the M E South AI arcult of a twoweek meeting at tbo Tabernacle liapllsl church At lantu 125 persons were baptized the ceremony requiring three nlghto The vestry of the Uplscopal church at Mt Sterling HI played a game of bcvonup lo dccldo whether a minister should bo chosen to preside over the parish The protracted meeting at the Chris tian church Danville is still attract ing largo crowds of Interested hearers Rev Hawkins U prcachlng some ex cellent sermons The first sermon preached la Ken tucky was on tbo tlrst Sunday In May 1775 by the Rev Hickman insisted by Iho Rev Thomas Tinslev at tho DIll Spring In Ilarrudtbure under a wide spreading elm from the roots of which a gavel was mado and presented to tho moderator of the general association when hold In Harrodsburg In 1875 Tho United States court of appeals has decided that Iho ordinary predlc tions of the weather bureau are not trustworthy and that men are not bound to consider them The master of a ship unloaded his cargo of rico at Charleston putting It on an uncovered wharf where it was spoiled by rain which had been d by the weather bureau Litigation followed Is to payment and a lower court decid ed against sea captain lIlt appeal ed with the result noted above- I I remitting for subscription our old friend T J IJaldook formerly of Casey but now living at Stanberry Mo say I would be lost without tho I J Glad to know Beckham Is goy ernor and that Gov James nMcCreury will be sent lo the U S Senate We havo a solid democratic representation In Northwest Missouri Success to tbo now editot BISUAHKamON HEHVE WMtherwultof hla Iendh1 health ImlomU able wilt and energy Ire not found where Stomtch J4fft KUaej mod towels are out of order II want Ihew Quallll sod tine success they Ute New Llfe pill They derelun eter J awerofbratnantibody Only 23 a t Iennyi Drug Start MIDDLEBURG Felix Twldwoll landed some very fine bass here hunting opened up very promptly hero tbo Ifiih with tbo roaring of gun which was heard from daylight until dark Mite Jennie Huston and Mr Ed Paul of McKlnney wore vUltlng friends here Mr MoD Royalty lit tuning tho town Met Mutsrs J V Coffey nod Tout Miller were in Mora land on business Wednesday Spurgcon Simpson returned from Loulsvlllo Friday his physician hay tug advised him nut to go back to his Job which Is that of conductor on tho street railway Mrs Anna Kereoht of Detroit Is hero for a tow days for the purpoto of ugonlzlng n Hive of the Ladles of the Maccabees Misses Lula Adams and Destio Foglo were at home from their schools Saturday and Sunday A Mt Morgan of Trace Fork died Monday as a reult of typhoid fe ver Michel Taylor has bought property In liurneldo and will move to that place In a short time Mr J II Symp ton and wife of Lancaster arc visit Ing relatives In this community this week FHOM ANOTHER COItltKSIONDBNT A series of meetings will begin at tho Methodist church Sunday night A Christian Endeavor Society has been organized ut this placu and the young people seem to bo taking a great deal of Interest In It The school ut this place will soon clove Its first term Tho second term will begin Jan when a largo attend anco Is expected About 115 pupils buvo been enrolled tho largest attend ance for several years Largo classes In music and elocution havo been work ed up and everything la moving along blccly Tho drouth has ended A splendid rain fell all day Tuesday tilling up wells and cisterns that were novor known to bo dry before Miss Sadie Taylor and bister spent Saturday and Sunday with their grandfather Judge Tllford at Liberty Little Miss Ada Wcrfloy ol Lancaster Is visiting rela the Lore Mitt Nora CatToy of Phil wu tbo guest of Mica Willie Fugle Mire Ullle Miller U exp ctIDS to go to Kansas In a short while MUs Lon Powell of Uustonvlllc is the guest of her sister Mis Edna Powell Miss Jctslu Coulter was In Danville Monday James Dryo went to Stanford Monday to meet his mother who returned with him and Is visiting friends and relatives hero Mra George hue Sr of Uuitonvlllo Is visiting her daughter Mrs Perry Wesley Miss Kato Mcln lob who has been very low with fe ver Is no better at this writing Mr J CColllntworlh waa over Saturday to sea his son Leo who It In school hero Mrs J W Davis who received a painful wound from being caught In a sewing machine a tow days ago Is Improving EVEuauaKN IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Columbias population Is only 670- MaiUo Slaughter was acquitted of murder at Somerset ExPostmaster William A Powell ot Richmond dead L E Hunts machine works at Some erset only brought 2100 at assignees sale Josh Brown of Somerset got two years for stealing u watch from Mot McCabe The two year old child of John Pat terson of Perryvlllc wits bitten by a snake and died in great agony The root ball game at Richmond re sulted In a victory for Central Univer city by a score of 22 to 0 for Kentucky Keener shot and fatally wounded a man named Green and also wounded Greens two companions on the Bird Eye railroad a few miles East of Jelllco DIUMBliULAINS COUGH 11EMEDY- IX CHICAGO lIIfRcn llros tho popular South Side druggists corner GOth street ROIl Went Wo sell a great deal of Chamberlains Cough Uemttly and lOll that it gives tho most satisfactory results especially among chlldicn for lie vere colds and croup For sale by Craig ft Hockor Druggists Mr W P Walton Is now the whole thing on the Lexington Democrat ed itor director secretary and treasurer W P Is just about the size to hold urn down too Elkton Progress The Inspection train on the Q C C ran from Somerset to Lexington 70 miles In 110 mlpulcs Thereto wore Catarrh In this section of the country than all other disease put together tint until tlie taut few years we i supposed to ire incurable Fur a groat many yean doctors pronounced It a local dlwaw and prncrltKd local remedies and lir constantly Jailing to cure local trettuient ccIarrhr ulrn conitltulloniU treatment Ililli Catarrh Cure manufactured K J A Co T- oledolisthe only coaiUlultont cure on the market It is takeu Internally In down from drops to a teaipoontul It acts dimity ou tin blood and mucous of the system They oar floo funny case It falls to cure Send culara and teitlnionlaU- Addre KJ CHENEY CO1 Toledo 0 Sold 73t Ualli family llllt an the best MT VERNON Mt Vornou will soon havo a planing mill The machinery is being placed Tho census of 1890 shows Rockoas ties popjlatlon to be 0810 while that of 1000 gives 12410 u pain of 2000 or more than 20 percent A private and ucfluruto census of Mt Vernon shows its population to bo 600- Tho eight room brick resUenco of Fred Krueger Jr is being pushed ut u rapid rate Itockcaslle has aa far as the writer can learn but a single brick bulldinsr though tbero are two under construction in this place Tuowlfc of Gardner Mullln Jr died near Livingston Tuesday of pneu monla George Evans living boar Or lando found his baby dead In bed Tues day morning Members of the Ken tucky Stone Co are out from Cincinna ti on a bird hunt S 0 Franklin who has been fore man of tho Signal olllco for the past six years has notupa jewelry and watch repairing shop In Weelcye drug storo Mr F Is a practical jeweler and has had several years experience at tho business He was with the Writer two years when he had charge of the Signal and we can cheerfully say he U a mlphiy good mat and heartily recom mend him to tho people The turnpike advocates have taken another direction to get good roads Under the present maw if a magisterial district or districts desire to have turn pikes it Is onlr necessary for private subscription to bo raised to the amount of a curtain percent of total cost of the prospective road whoa a tax can bo levied on the district sufficient to com plete the road Mt Vernon and vicin ty has promised 8700 and more if ncc cesary and uro expecting Urodhoad and locality to do their part for the purpose of buildings pike from Mt Vernon to the Lincoln county line When this is dose the latter county will no doubt mt Roekcaslle there with a pike There aro going to bo bettor roads and better road and bettor times will nat urally follow You cant head off tho pike Its a coming Mr and MM Fritz ICruegur of this place will sail from Now York Dec S on the Kaiser Wllbelm DC Graaea for Germany where theyywill visit their old homo at Lemgo Ltppo dctmolt from which they emigrated to this country some 20 years ago Mr Krue ger has made a success In this country In the manufacture ot limo and as a builder and contractor MUs Florello Brown who has been seriously ill Is some butter Elder Davis of Pulaskl Is couducllng a protracted meeting at this place and Is attracting good au diences He Is a plain forceful speak er and keeps his hearers Interested Ills prejudice against anything but vo cal music seems a little overdrawn es pecially In this good year of 1000 W T Short is moving to the Whitehead property ou Williams and Poplar Streets Miss Helen Ronner died Sun day of typhoid fever nub Turpinwho foil 01 tho Jackson Hole bridge Sun day is able to be out again KINGSVILLE Miss Sallie Shelton a pretty and attractive young lady of your town ac companied by Mr L D Reynolds vie tted her grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Pparls Sunday Misses Gertrude Pen nybacker and Elizabeth McFarland visited Mrs D P DInccn at Somerset a few days last week Mrs Ida WIN llama of Eubanks la tbo guest of her motbarin law Mrs Margaret WII slams and attending the bedside of her little too Lawrence who Is convales cing Mack Williams of Burgin spent Sunday with his homefolktrhcre Phil Sutlorflcld of Moreland was the guest friends hero Sunday Robert Smiths little daughter Myrtle continues very Muster Alonzo Rfgney continues to Improve W L McCarty has re turned from the cities where he purchased a tine line of new goods All the stores have replenished theiratocks and all are busily preparing for the holidays STORY OF A SLAVE To be hound hand sat foot tar years the chalni of dlwaie U the wont form oCllanrT leu H Wllllama of ltncQlltler Jllch tell how such a slate was male nee He fays My wife hat loeIII w helploM for are that h could not turn over In Ins alone After uslog two Jollies ol hlectrlo ultkn she was wonderfully liiiproviil and able to da her own work ThUaupremereui nly for ftfuuledltcaicaiiulclily cures nerroiunesj lerplcnne melancholy aJacli backache hinting and spell This miracle working uiedlcluo U a lodacnd so weak rundown people livery Iottie IIUIIIIOItI Only Or told- al IVnnya Drug Store StockExpositionRoute The greatest of all Live Stock Snows All Monon trains stop at 47th St Tbo roost convenient station for the stock yards Lees than live minutes by electric car The Monon pal ace stock ear trains run direct into tbo yards Special rates for the Exposi tion week E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky What most people want is something phYIirTablets till tho bill to a dot They are easy to tako anti pleasant in oflcct For nip by Craig Hocker Druggists LANCASTER I have tho promise of three turkeys next week and several buckets of eau sage when my old friends kill hogs Elder A R Moorod sermons at the Christian church every night this week are attracting good crowds and much good Is being done We have had an abundance of rain for which eare thankful but the chronic kickers have already expressed fears that we will get too much of It Mr George Mat Slier has opened a butcher shop on North side of Garrard Hotel and ho promises to kill only the best stock Mrs Tena Beazlcy this county and Mr J II Waddle of Somerset wore married here on Wednesday nlgbt and left on a bridal trip The freight paid hero on all exports and Imports U about 8125OCO par an num Tbo Southern extension would Increase this about fOOOO by opening up new fields Mr T Currey has papered painted refitted and renovated his grocery store until It presents a now appearance lIe often staple and fancy groceries at the lowest market prices John Woods has bought of Mrs Todd Scott her beautiful farm of 103 acres near Markpbury at 875 per acre lie will move to the farm and Mr and Mrs Scott will move to town Hon Robert Harding came here last Monday to attend circuit court the calendars announcing It for the 3rd in stead of tbo 4th Monday the latter be lug the day when courts convenes Prof J H Patterson has not been well for a few days Senator Farris went to Lexington Tuesday Our citi zone will regret to learn that E W Norris will soon move back to Paint LickOn Monday night burglars entered the store of John Barton near the do pot but br does not miss anything Ho desired to inform tbo thieving public that no cash Is left lo the store at night Tbo next democratic National plat form should simply contain a declara tion of our allegiance to the Declaration of Independence and the contlitu lion of the United States They con tain all that wo should advocate On Tuesday Mr T T Pollard aged died at his home near Markebury of Brlghts disease and rheumatism His remains were burled In Lancaster cemetery on Wednesday afternoon by Franklin Lodge I 00 P this city of which he had been a worthy memo ber for many years Ho was a good citizen genial In disposition and had enemiesJudge C Hcmpblll acting fo the Garrard Hotel Company after corre sponding with parties from Maine to Texas has leased the hotel to Mr T B Long of Clrclcvlll 0 who will take possession In a few days They have waited for the right man and they have lauded him at last He is familiar with that line of business and his coming will put now life in the city Tbo following were elected ns mew bore of the democratic county commit tee last Monday Courthouse James Dourne East Park Joe H Arnold West Park James Clark Bryantavlllc W T Baughman and M P Rout and Buckeye Frank Pierce Walkers C T Ballow Paint Lick Ernest Woods Union Jesse Fox If they will consider the fitness of tho candidates their popularity and everything In reference to their ability to win discard all person preference and deal fairly with all elements of the party instead of lis tening to a few only they can put out an Invincible county ticket next year I can name a winning ticket but I will not do so until they advise with me 81070 TO CHICAGO AND RETURN Account Thanksgiving Christmas anti Now Year holidays the Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and return at rate of 1070 on Nov 27th 2Sth and 29th good return lug until Dec 3rd account Thanksgiv fag and on Dec 22d 23rd 24th 25th and 31st and Jan 1st good returning until Jan 2d account Christmas and Now Year Further particulars anti time schedule furnished free on appli cation to E D Bacon District Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky I Insanity In the army Is growing with alarming rapidity The annual report of the government hospital for the In sane shows a total of 2070 patients an Increase of 133 the largest In Its his tory and predicts a total of 2275 In mates at the close of the present year There are 038 Inmates taken from tbo army navy and marine hospital service of whom 230 were received dur lag the posy year This dora not include the Insane in the Philippines where hundreds are also confined A shoulder la usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists Charles Hoyt the playwright ia dead at Charlestown N II I T 5 4wr S i Y g iwr No Blow or Bluster 1Ei1 Ifir s We carry the Largest and Best Stock m- Iff of Goods in Danville and our 1I1m 1iITl THE GLOBE JJ I M Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and iEii Hepalrlngf satisfiedE1edi1Successors to J L Frogman ft Co vi p1 IrobiTvMi RtiI6Vy I Ti= JLS EWryeHas the Largest and Best Line of Ready Made Clothing Douglas firstclassDry JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky Trusses r P Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason abl- eHockerCraig Stanford a A C SINECpVTTCgpTOft a BUILDER STAITFOBD KENTUCKY g I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work attestIgthat I have been in business here carry a full stock of Doors Sash DressedSlumberI will duplicate any prices offered d seeeeeee 5rseeeeee FRESH SUPPLY Always on hand Give it a trial George HI Farris Go If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to v Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky SWe use only the best medicines = a zr x rsl7friR t ir F r4I rr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Nov 23 1900 E c WALTON TUB avcrapo country newspaper uas little or no attention to its exchan list thlnklnp no doubt that their pll per Is wantbd whether the other lellow sends his or not This la wrong and a foolish expense some of our conterop rarics are Incurring If they are doln it to Increase circulation they aro certainly giving their advertisers the ht end of It There are papers coming to this office which have not gotten tbe INTERIOR JOURNAL In exchange lor years and the attention of the editors or owners of them U hereby called te It We are not one of those who want something for nothing praise the Lord WHILE Gov Beckhara Is enjoyln his honeymoon the president of tbe Senate and acting lieutenant governor Hon Llllard B Carter of Anderson will fill the executive chair Abou all that the average lieutenant gov crnor does when ho assumes such duo tree la to grant pardons and do other things that the governor does not care to do but Mr Carter has shown the be Is a different kind of a man forum some of his predecessors and will doubtless reflect honor both on himself and on the chief FRIENDS of that splendid democrat Mr E W Llllard of Danville arc urging him to make the race for Stat Senator Present Incumbent George T Farris la also a candidate for thi nomination and be has legions or friends who would like to see his furth er ambitions gratified This la Boyle countys time however and these two clever gentlemen will have to arrangi matters between themselves and then the democrats will do the rest Either Is good enough for us ON a salary of only 81500 a year tbe directors of the Newport bank sat Bookkeeper Brown run a racing stable a poker room make a hand and a hat In politics and keep four women In lux ury and didnt oven suspect him of stealing Such chumps ought to bo tried for the simples If they are allow ed to go free of charges that ought to land them in the penitentiary DIrec tors who do not direct should be tough a lesson AT Danville the other day Attorne General H J Brccklnrldge told us that he was not at ull uneasy about Pratt getting his ofWce through are publican court of anpcals if there be one There are no earthly grounds for bU claim sud he and no mattes how partisan the court It could not decide against me We hope the good old judge is right A CRANK was arrested In Louisville for claiming to be Berry Howard and publicly declaring that if Jim Howard Is hung Gov Beckham will be killed Tho hanging of a few such cranks would have a decided tendency to let sen the number of those who try to gain notoriety In such ways MRS IDA RBNNKLL penniless walked from Nashville III to Pine Ridge Tone a dlsUnce of 500 miles to see her sick mother but when she cot there she found her almost well and the recent recipient of a largo estate Imagine the joy that followed their meeting THE Atlanta Constitution diagnoses ho case very scientifically as follows A reorganization democrat Is one who votes with republicans and undertakes to furnish platforms for the democrats between times LOUD ROUEKTS was badly hurt by his horse falling with him while riding Sunday If the Lord would more fit tingly observe the Lords day the Lord might take better care of the Lord SENATOR HARUKL of Logan county Is trying to gut some legal Knowledge beat Into his head at Centre College Ho should also take a course In football TIIEIIK will be six Smiths In the next Congress About half of then should be blacksmiths MORE LOCAL FURNITURE warl W W Withers will turn loose 37000 stock of furniture lkt cot and carriage goods will bo sold this way one month 12 months or an long as necessaryIt TURKEYS J K Christian shipped to New York and Philadelphia by ex press yesterday 4000 pounds of dressed turkeys for Thanksgiving The ex press charges were 70 TWO valuable livery horses belong ing to Beazley Bros were killed by a train Wednesday night They hall got ten out of their stable The appraisers put u valuation of 300 on thorn TUB store of J eeDlehon near MilledgevUlc was broken Into a few nights ago Bull u lot of general mer chandise stolen The store had beec closed for some time on account of the smallpox scare As the result of an election wager J P Kenton oX Carter county was bap tlzed In tho presence of a greas crowd I HOT STUFF The Lexington Morning Demo pays Its respects In lie editorial 1rlltI umns to the Herald of that city as lows The editor of The Morning Democrat alone responsible for Its editorial utterances He docs not profess to ex press the sentiments of any one but himself and does uot consult the rectors and stockholders every time he wishes to make a suggestion or state B point He docs not know and as n meter of fact does not care whether or not they agree with him In reference to certain renegade Confederates and worse than renegade democrats The dont have to unless they want to and It Is worse than puerile for tho Republican Morning Herald to attempt to hold them responsible for any thing ID the columns of this paper They arB all excellent gentlemen but they do not profess to edit the Democrat or to dictate Its policy We hope wu bae made ourselves quite plain and that hereafter when the Morning Herald has business with the Morning Democrat It will be manly enough to strike the one against whom It Is aggrieve instead of hitting Innocent people low the belt 0The Morning Turncoat says it is a delightful luxury to own an organ It ought to know If tho Herald Isnt tbo organ of the writer of the ablest edl torlals in the South it Is nothing What we did In Congress and elsewhere would be lost to the preset generation and to posterity but for the little hand organ that grinds it out day after day to an admiring constituency which has been sadly cut down sine the advent of The Morning Democrat The latter Is what Is hurting and tbats the explanation of tho covert attacks Tho organ Just two months old Friday next has already outstripped in tho race for patronage both trot subscribers and advertisers 0When a democratic donkey break into a republican menagerie the I1rilt thing be does la to kick out the elc phant and put himself right attbc boa of the show quoths the Loulsvllli Times BroLogan shouldnt bo eo point cd and eo personal In his remarks The editor of the Lexington Herald might think he means btm 0Our esteemed but jealous eon tempo rary the Morning Herald Rep b Forced to admit that the Morning Democrat has principles Sorrv It can not return the compliment The Mornlnc Herald teems to have no principles except for revenue only- POLITICAL Govelect Samford of Alabama Is worse D Linn Goochs majority In the Gtl ts 5715 and Kchoos In the nth 21- The democrats of Shelby renomluat ed Hon Sam W Booker for representa lye By a coincidence Bryan has exactly he same vote in Ohio he received li 800 according to the otllclal count A reduction of 30000000 In the revenue has been decided ou by tho republican member of tho Ways and leans Committee The official returns from 118 counties aDd unottlclal returns from ono Fa yette give Gov Beckham a majority over Yerkes of 3553 Hon James B McCrcary chairman of the executive committee of the Gee bel monument commission announces hat ho has 0000 in his bands This doc not Include the fund collected by the women Kehooa majority is 236 but Pugh w1l1 contest because there Is 2000 in- toIt him When Pugh was elected by only 10 votes last year Mordecal WIl IIams accepted the result like n man Toats the difference between a good democrat and a republican out for the stulT Berry Howard denlgs of It Ho makes illdavlt that he did not say that eckham wouldnt be governor more tban nine days adding that the state munt Is a malicious falsehood from be Inning to end and the author Is ns mean and cowardly as his statement Is falseAs his moribund organ tho uncom lerclal Commercial remarks that was IDdeed a brilliant run Congressman elect Irwin made in this district Ver kcs the beaten thoroughbred led that Buckeye broncho to the red Hag by only 0 little matter of 1481 votes Louis ville Times The postoHlce department has Issued an order removing Mrs J L Bosley rrom a clerkship in the Paris postofflco on the grounds that she was only able to issue and pay money orders not be- InA competent to keep the books or to attend to the general work of the olllte This action was taken by the mall and lowance division the report not hay 101 yet reached the fourth assistant pOs lJIllstcr general It Is believed at Birmingham that- tbo Standard Oil Company the Wire frust and the Rockefeller interests arq aching out for the control of all the tiding mineral properties of the Soutb Nearly a half hundred people were list by a storm which swept over ortbern Mississippi and Central and Western Tennessee- A toll gate on the Richmond and Irl- vi no pike in Estlll county was 6utoffler BuIIGtin ot5arain- Our ltn Second Special Flyer I A Flyer for everyone who entels our store from the lowest priced article to the All we ask of you IS Our Prices will buy nearly two dollars worth of goodsIRead the follpwing prices They bring u customers from 25 miles to our store Ladies Wrappers Good quality of Ladies Calico Wrap pers trimmed with heeding all sites worth 85c at only 49c Best quality of Percale Wrappers trimmed with beetling worth fl25 at 73c Extra good quality of Flannelette Wrappers with deep floum e rutlle around shoulder and trimmed with heeding worth 175 We have only 0 dozen left at only 08c ClothingN- ever before was good reliable clothing uttered at the price we are offering them during this great sensational bargain sale We are overloaded with heavy Suits and Overcoats and low prices will sell thrm quickly Como see for yourself anti you will find out that we can tell you a Suit of Clothes Overcoat or Odd Pants for about half what any other merchant will ask you for the same goods 100 Pairs Mens and Boys Jeans pants lined with good cotton worth fl a pair our low price 4Sc Mens heavy Melton Overcoats 59 qual ity come and seo them ntHgS Mens Jeans Coats regular 12 quality at 9Sc Special bargains in Mentf and Boys lined Duck Coats lions black and Blio Cheviot Suite f5 value at 1293 Mens finest Custom made Suits 25 different styles to select freraj will UNIt you 412 60 In any other store our price only 1695 000 odd pairs of Bity Hoavy wool knee pants 50c imlity in this sale 2flc p u D MATRIMONIAL Miss Helene Zimmerman dau bter of Eugene Zimmerman of Cincinnati was married In London last Wednesdn to the Duke of Manchester Both of Marcus Dalys daughters are engaged to be married Tho tact that they are now heiresses to a 812000001 fortune will hardly Interfere with thou low affairs Master George Triplett the 12year old eon of Mr und Mrs G V TriplettI and nephew of Gov as palo and carried the ring In ad vance of the wedding party as the bride and groom approached the altar Blessed Is the bride upon whom tboI sun shinessays an old proverband sun shone bright indeed for Mrs Beck ham Wednesday We salute the first lady of Kentucky and wish for her and her rising young husband the realization jf every hope and the fulfillment of every ambition Miss Pbebo Meeks of Rockvlllc Ind Is dead Sixty years ago she was disappointed in love and made a rose lution to keep herself apart from the world From that day she never left her door yard and notwithstanding there ls a railroad within 100 yards of her home she absolutely refused to look at the cars Mr John Bright Jr of Grays and Miss Lucllo Ham soy the handsome laughter of Dr Burdett Ramsey were married at Old Palqt Lick church Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Hey A W Crawford oilclatlng in an 1m jrceslva ceremony The church was beautifully decorated and bias Ram seys beauty never showed to bettor idvantango than when taking tho sol sran vows of matrimony The ushers were Mcssrr Burdett Ramsey Jr and Wade Torrlll while the following ladies acted as lirldesmulds Misses Mamie Ramsey Sue Ogllvlo and Klvoro Wallace The gentlemen uttendantsI were Dr A S Price and Danny and W A Brooks all of this county After the marriage Mr and Mrs Bright drovo to Stanford and took iho train for Grays where Mr Bright Is associated with too North Jolllco Coal Co The krldo Is one of jountya fairest daughters GarroIdI Bright is to be congratulated ling her Mr bright Is an old Stan lord boy who Is liked by everybody and who has the best wishes of all He is a splendid business man and tho fact hat ho won so excellent a lady for his iclpm get la some proof that he succeeds In what he undertakes Wo extend to him and hisIwarty VOLCANIC EnUPTIOIIS Aro Brand tint 8klu Erimtloni rob life of jog ucklcnr Arnlui 9atrncuras them also Old Hun nibil and Fever sore Ulren lIolIIFlobjC4T11 Cull HruUw Hum IWort test file cure earth rrtrea out Pain and Aches Only 23c a Ux Cure guanDtel Sold at Pennys Irog Hlofe Mackintosh Coats Some merchants will try to nmko you believe that Mackintosh Coats have gone up we say our Mackintosh Coats are bet tar and cheaper this year than over before crape Mackintosh Coats worth 12 at 1125 1250 Mncklntcuh Coats reduced in this sale to fl4S capo Mackintosh Conta anchor brand extra heavy quality and never known to sell for less than f i come and get one now at IUB Box Mackintosh Coats from the very cheapest to the finest grade at about hall priceGentlemen dont rain this great sen sational bargain sale of Mackintoshes Muslin Underwear Ladies Muslin Skirts Sight Gowns and Drawers 73c quality All f1 quality Muslin Underwear at 60c 81 50 quality 75 j 2 quality at 81 Capes And Jackets Just received 600 Sample Capes worth from f250 to 14 must every one Ii of dif ferent materiel and of different trim ming We are not able to describohut wo guarantee this to be tbo greatest value ev er offered u long as they will liBt only 98c ISped1 jirkos on Ladles tine Plush and Cloth Capes Ladles allwool Jackets at 12 t8 IS 60 anti 8443 will cost you doubt the price we ask in any other shire in town Children Reefer Jackets at 9dcill fl 93 worth double the priro nu B V Nelson supreme reporter of the Knights of Honor U deed at St Louis Public Sale I will toll at public ortlnn nt tits old gam Mlcldluton plsoe near Walnut Nat on Wednesday Deo Silt the follnwlni teen Rl proptrty eonsUtlnp of I pr tyooroW maro aged work hone good bug mare Ooarold home I S extra tine high grade heifer I fanny tlll1tI calf month old t lint emu I with calf 27 extra tock ours und one tuck one binder 1 mower and one and twoOioroo Imy rakes dump cart new tonguuJt eultl rater dine harrow I S horse corn planter 2horto power und Ito cutting tax turn Ing plows general farm linpluuicnU ttlso rookawuf und buck hard and nlcu polo for doublo team A lot of lumber ISO cedar telephone pole 5 at llayden tion balance on Some hay and earn ITS shocks of fodder barrel pure RIle vinegar Will also sell all hoimehold and kitchen furniture Including piano Wilt soil on SI Ji acres of clover land Rood stand for year 1001 K E OAINES A FEW POINTS OF SUPERIORITY IN TIlt Radiant Home Air Blast rjOver All Other Healers The Practically IndiMrnctiblo Air lust Fire Bowl the following results Perfect combustion uf at the fumeaand gnaws gaining just so muchmore bent that in other stoves in wanted n great economy tills The cross drafts from the bowl causes time heat to bo radiated to tho door instead of tho noil ing like other direct draft sloven Great itsfaf tlonln Tlds Perfect control of the lire an oven heat can be main lalncJand a good lire kept over night Great Comfort in This Will guru any kind of fuel with equal satisfaction Dont bo talked out seeing the stove before you bu- yHiggins UPOLml s must tee our Jackets and Capes to appreciate tho great bargains we have to offer Wo guarantee to save you from 40 to 50 per cent on any Jacket or Cape Ladies Dcess Skirts AndWaists Flannel 1IalatsbO dozen i stiles Fall and lllntcr Flannel Waistn in blue brown cardinal green and polka dot well worth our iperlal price for 10 days only 49c Ladies Drc Skirts black figured Mohair and Fancy Plaldswell worth f2 our special price only 9Sc Extra fine quality of Fancy Mohair well worth from 8250 to 13 our nnclal price 140 Fine Drroi Skirts at 1193 and 1249 worth double the money 250 Fancy Nearellk Umleniklru worth only611cFlannel Underskirt at 5c 4c Too and OcILatest style walking halt polka dot bands lln any Millinery store ourspeoialrpriee for 10 40c Ladles anti 3isscnTrhmnetl and Walk ing list youbuyUnderwear UnlytSuitfitting Union Suits In the market worth fl our price only48c Ladies and Mixes Ou quality Union Suit reduced In match worth 25o per garment our senaa satlonal price only 15c Large lino of finest Kayplian mil feeler fotton llccccd lined Vests or Pants ex tra heavy usual price 60c our 25c Ilrlcoj600Chlldrcn s heavy knit worth from 16c to 25c now 5c Mens heavy Camel Hair and elastic ribbed Underwear worth boa a garment our low undenting price only 25c extraheavyfl cUowh reour low price only 48c l fore Vo aro headquarters for all of Underwear Blankets kindsttoo pair Blankets white end largo enough for any bed worth fI pair go In this barbainao at ISot II fl J6 mnkcts redueed la 760 pr tit S3 IllankpU niltired toOSe priesIresvy Shoes and Boots boys sal irlIlUlkl leather Shoes worth tt jwlr no in this Brest otlonal sale at nt quality wheel Sh H at Ilk B7c pair worth tkwb e the niniMy r lint only Wc The LOUISVILLE STOREiT RANEY Stanford Ky congratulation RnlUhHunter McKinney 25cIFleccelined forMen moneyDont IoolI plowNltoes Manager Boots Heavy ShoesI RubbersI Will Keep Your Feet Dry SEE OUR STOCK I Cummins MeClary we J831S3flB1WERTC DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint I Prescriptions reflll1y lllloil tiny or night Patent Medicine of nlinost every kind Beautiful line of Stationer Ulank Hooks of evury description Office Long Distance Telephone C j OVERCOATS SUITS AND ODD PANTS From Hie best manufacturers See our line bore talking your Pill chase W E PERKINS I Crab Orchard Ky i I- 1 Danville Kentucky 4u 1i LADIES I DanTailored 7 Sits5O- lworo not made to sell nt this price in fact they are worth twice tho price They are single suits mostly and while arc in good staple styles they arc not tho latest SuitIa tt Skhtsfr Homespuns and Cheviots HIOS 32 to 10 e ManTailored Suits 1000 SuitsIsome It tt nth Silk WALKIXU SUITS made of 00yard Plaid Jinck Suit inIin IPfno llpmespun Venetians and Cheviots in blacks and colors Some arc all silk lined Any suit in the lot would 10 ohoap at 1500 BLOUSE SUITS We have till lineal line in Central Kentucky Jl colors nUll smut plain and fancy from 11150 to 550 Our suits hnvo been so successful that we 11111 to maIn n second Now York trip to replenish our stock therefore wo al- j showing almost an entire now line since October i Velour Blouses I Undoubtedly the dressiest wrap on the market broom ing to everyone rather expensive seemingly until you clumplCLOAKS Iuu have no shoddy cloaks Any you buy of us will good service and cause yon to buy of us ngal I Our line is new since Oct 15 Box emits m1lcoats for children misses and ladies at every price from 1 to MO J Soo our now chlds box coat for style and quality ladies and misses jackets in profusion from J to tilg FINE FURS jylAro Jcal Furstyban you will see in any 10 stores in tidy sootion AVe charge you very little moro for real Martins Minks Sable Foxes Beavers and Blue Fox tlul you aro usually asked for imitations Sends Iong 13 OUS full Collarettes 8toaO PETTICOATSSh- ould hang right as well ns outside skirts Tl 1common skirts that yon usually see do not lamb well IV have Mercerized Satteen Skirts at 150 to lcut exactly Hkc 0 to 12 silk on- esChristmasI Opening j Friday Nov 550 when wo will have on display sands of articles suitable for presents from oc to 1375 each worth taking a day ollHo see this show p t f e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYI Nov 23 igooj flTutcare skill and accuracy Insure good re8U u No methods tiro ever PennyDrusr PERSONALS W A CARSON was in Cincinnati thla weep Mlt P II DAVIS was in Mt Ster flag this weakjMil rwas bars this week I Mil J S HOCKFK went to Indianap olis yceterdnv on business MltS J D HOLDKltMAN went down to Lebanon Tuesday to visit friends MK W T flOUK ol flockcastle was hero yesterday hunting a email farm Mil AND MRS OBOIIOR 11 FARRiS have taken rooms at the St Aeaph Hotel Alit J C LYNN was selected ns com mltteeman from hie precinct Daovlllo No4Mns ISAAO JONES the aged mother of Mr Josh Jones la very low of pneu mania J T BLANKKNSHII1 Llvlagitond llBbtnlng contractor was hero Wed nesday REV A S MOKFETT of Lebanon passed up to Jellico Wednesday to bold u mooting MK W C COOLEY and family Nbw Hope are visiting his father Mr ilea Cooley MKSSIIS J B BROWN and Charles Lanham of Casey were in to us this mornlnjr- MK AND Mas J K BAUOHMAN of tho West End arc with Mr and MM M S Huutfhman Mits JOHN L DlNCAN of Toledo 0 If visiting her parents Rid and Mrs Joseph Ballou C L DAWUS went to Somerset ye feels to see hU brother W E Duweu who la very Sow Acne R S LYTIK and little Coral Peony were over from Davlll Wed noeda with rleade hen WALTER WALKER sod MM Battle Roebaater attended tbe nrIJrb Ram tey marriage Wednesday night MK J K CuniSTiAX tbe turkey rasa left yeterday for Boston to HO after a ehlpmol he had reads there trbwlt8a bird on their hunt in Adair county BOKN to tbe wife of J A Tucker a son The mother 10 the pretty dauch tar of J H Stephens of the East lent RBV S M HANKIN went over to Troy Woodford county yesterday to hold n reacting Mrs Rankln accompanied hint llA1tt4SltIItLx IlAHDlN and P M Borwald with their wives are he from Monllcello the quests of Mr an MM Mark llardln hoCro that there are several cases of typbo fever In hU section RoiiKKT JONBS of Bozeman Mon and John K Jones of St Joe Mo are on their way to thl place to see their mother Mrs Isaac Jones lake ia lyl at deaths door- MKSDAMES J W ALCOUN W A Trlbblo and J S Owsley Jr and Miss Kato Alcorn aro attending the meeting of tho United Daughters of the Con federacy at Winchester ELDER P W ALLEN and family left Wcdncaddv for CbllUcothlo Mo to re side During theft stay of two years hero they made many friends who die 11liked very much to pivo them up MESDAMES ROUEKT CHAPPELL and W P Butcher who have been visit leg their protects Mr and Mrs J W Adams returned to tbelr horned at Lebanon Junction and Lexington va terday MRS T J FOSTER gave a dough- tat luncheon Wednesday In honor yrs J W Hayden of Winchester Some of her lady frlinda were pro em and several hours were very pleas aptly spent CALMS HORTON went to Lex 11Ington yesterday to take tho position bookkeeper and stenographer for t Morning Democrat Miss Horton hold a similar oaltlon for fivo years very creditably in this ofllco MRS II D GREGORY of Covington lehas gone to Roswcll N M for tho qroCat a daughter of Judge and Mrs James Bailey who were over to tell her toad bye TIIOHAB D MVLAND JR ball secured the position of bookkeeper for Plusburlq gin work Ho Is a One young man an will all with credit any position ho ac ceptfi WEDNESDAYS Loulsrlllo Times prints n good plcturo of Gen T T Garrard of Manchester hU daughter Mrs L T Green who used to llvo here Mrs J M Coriant his grand daughter and Edward G Conant bin greatgrandson four generations tho youngest af whom la about 25 LOCALS Von No 1 horse blankets storm apronV Sa go to J C McClarys WATCH for Geo H Farrls A Gos holiday line INEW and uptodate clocks at Urabry Kaglemanj tJen1nY8ANNIE HELM colored tiled of fever In Doolcyville yesterday WALL ut slvery10000 DALES of nil trades of hay for solo cheap J H Baughraan s Co We have added some chobc ladles jackets to our stock Severance Soot RBMBJIDER wo keep only good shoes that will stand wet weather Rubbers of all kinds Severance Sons WE can not stock coal as wo have been doing so you had better get your coal while you can J IL Baughman Co ALL accounts not paid atonco will bo placed In the hoods of an ofllcer for collection Pay now and savo extra cost Hill Beck 4t OUR store will be on Thanks giving Day and those who desire tur keys celery cranber lea Sc will please give us their order at once Hlggins S McKlnney TUB oldfashioned candy pulling to- eb given by tho Mission Band of the heldfchurch as announced last issue Dont fall to go and help the little lalka- pet WARREN t SHANKS are still offer log their entire stock of Hardware Groceries Qucensware c for sale Firstclass stand clean fresh goods Good run of custom Fine opening for any one wishing to go intobusiness OLD APnOV11r Charles A Redd yeaaa apron 131 year old It was gluon his lvlla Gilbertecounty a of which tbe owner U very proud Poor L R HL school at land will close another successful this Hflernoon afternoon after appro prlate exercises His sister Miss Myr tie Hughes has assisted him nail tbelr work has been roost satisfactory Mr Hughes has taught there live years 0MR J M D1eR0lttslt78 ustosay that our Informant quoted him wrong when be told us that when he was a boy there was good swimming In Hawkins branch from George D Hoppers to the Gentry farm What ho did say was there were numerous pools between the two places In which a man could swim almost any time of the year ASTANFORUquntleMmaoovhodastwod some good Institution learning where that brutal sport If It can be called HeIdyeartball and boas ball than to studies 1e GREENIIERRY BRIUHT toils us that Rho hue bought a half interest In the grocery store of W B Holmes at Dan villo and that they will add a largo tine of farnlng Implements Both of the gentlemen are popular and they should do a good business Mr Bright has rented a residence in the Otter addl tlon and will move his family to Little Britain after his sale on the 28th ATTENTION Is called totho announce meat of Mr W L Herrin of tho East End for jailer of Lincoln county He has been a hard worker for tbe cause of democracy for years and this Is his first Thatsa race and a splendid knowsof andrrealiseaa monstrous hard race CIRCUIT COURT terttvD days of Georgeboyears In the penitentiary Tho jurors stood from two to 21 years It was a bad case no doubt but Hooker made a splendid witness for himself and prob ably saved his sock by his straight and seemingly truthful narration of the prosePwas highly complimented by the law udgoVarnonduring tho lust Ii days by Col T P Hill who made a splendid plea for tho gatdgro preacher Tho grand jury adjourned Wednes day alter returning 22 indlchnents mostly for breach ef the peace aud car rylng concealed weapons The case of J B Foster agalaat C E Gentry and tho Masers Dawson in which tbo former sues for SHIi for sheep killed und damaged by dogs tbo latter gentlemen wcro hunting with occupied the court all of yesterday and Is still on trial Judgo J W Alcorn Is representing the plaintiff and Col W G Welch and W S Burch the do fondants OFFICE for rent In INTBRIOR JOUR NAL building Apply to E C Walton THE much has come praise the Lord and hauling water is a mem ory Wetlesdaydelaycl1 feet of track was washed away FRESH stock of Uelozs pickles cat applebutterLEAVE your order for black cake for Thanksgiving and Christmas I can furnish to you much cheaper than you can make them John H Meier A10 YEtit OLD son of Fount Prlvltt of tbe McKlnney section died Wed nesday Be bad been an Invalid from his birth never having been able lost atone maJorityItDrl coo wins In our guessing contest freeHet beIng orILOST between Alex Traylors and Joseph Price Infirmary a silver match caw Reward Dr J G Carpenter IT is the intentlonof the INTuition JOURNAL to isssue a handsome Christ mat edition about Dec 10 It will bo a splendid opportunity for merchants Who handle Christmas trlt to advertise them DAD LrciMr Ike Herrin ofIthe East End is glaying in bad A short time ago he lost by death a dcowlost 820 out of bis pocket TILE following ahanded In by JudgeSaufieywhy do you wish to be excused by the court from serving on this jury be IltttuIIPOSO every case i mytrtendadecline to act and should descend from the wool sack and call for the election of a special judge Yes said Burton but they can pick up such a juror as I am anywhere on tho street but they anywhereHe WE ARE Now Ready I An elegant line of New Furniture embrac ing fine and medium Center Tables Parlor Hookers GouctiBs Divans safas El eat fed Room suites Every thing is uptodate and will be sold at worldbeating prices This means that theIsame article will be sold out of this house forJless money than you can buy elsewhere Get placemget prices before you make up your mind W W WITHERS Stanford Ky FOR WINTER OF 1900 FROM SHREWD PROGRESSIVE r UPTODATE MANUFAC TURERS Are the New Shoes we now have to Clothe Your Feet Comfortably Fur the Winter of 1000 Gall For Our Special 1 EN 3 JOHN P JONES Stanford Your Thanksgiving Turkey WontCost You a- Ceuta TurkoysandGooksL SEVERANCE SONS J A ALLEN CO Contractors And B tillersSTANFORD KY Hiivo now complete stock of fending Material Yellow Pine Flooring Ceiling Doors rash Hllnela and nil of grossed and Rough Lumber tlilngles and Steel Hooting tciut 1osta tie Wo Make estimates on anylt bid of work wnitvd Olllco oppotMtu Or L D Cooks fTHE INTERIOR JOURN Entered n tilt poil qfflce at Stanford a ccondclais matter NEWS NOTES FlorWas population is 52S42 an crease of 36 per cont InI In a cotton nloklnfr contest near Gc Hope Out Warner Hale gathered poundsGeorpo Gould has sold his prlvj yacht Atalanta to Vonetuclafor12 000A heavy snowstorm and enowallc in Colorado arc causing considerable deraaco The population of New York State III 7258012 an Increase of 211 per cent since 1800 a Two men who were on a drunken spree wore killed by a train at Alabama City Ala Henry Gatee 80 years old fell from a wagon In Henderson county aud broke bla neck- ThoEnzol HelTer Whlky Co or Now York City which owes 84500 has taken the bankrupt law Eight robbers made an unsucceesf attempt to rob thn bank at Ashley 00 using four charges of dynamite- A W Lindsay county attorney of Fulton county and brother of Senati William Lindsay died at HIckraan Owing to the small crawl the Ogl between Mysterious Billy Smith and Billy Edwards in Louisville was declared off- Capp Peter Everett a noted Confe crate and associate of Gen John MorgavIn the civil war le dead atLexingtonA passed over Laverpn Tenn 10 miles South of Nashville killing a man and a child and Injuring several other persona Cora Van Tasjell who used to be n favorite with theatre goers In this sec lion was locked up in Louisville on the charge of drunkenness The cashier of a bank at Springfield Vt loaned money to bis eon on eccur ty which proved worthless and is now 20000 short in his accounts Winfield Scott Stratums Independ onto gold mine for which he was re oontly paid 816000000 by un Englls syndicate Is said to be worked out A H McGregor a poor Ohio farmer went to Geneva to sell some garden truck and discovered he was a million alre by the terms ol his brothers will Tbo most useless official In the United States Is the bank examln or Those alleged examiners no moro cjcamlno than the average director dl rtets The population of the State of 1111 nols Is 4821660 aa Increase of 20 percent An increase of 24 per cent In population alnco 1800 Is Rhodo Island McDonald accidentally shot and killed himself while hunting near Ghent Leslie Carlisle bad his arm Shot oli by the same charge which kill od McDonald Obarlle Mlhvard a wellknown hard waro man of Lexington was fount dead at his home with a bullet In his head It is not known whether it was a case of suicide J II Lewis ex postmaster at Rag land this State was given 18 months at hard labor in the Nashville penlten tlary for Issuing money orders to him self and cashing them It is reported at Mlddlesboro that John Powers and Berry Howard left Kentucky two days ago for West Vir ginia traveling through the mountains accompanied by several of their friendsThe population of Pennsylvania ac cording to the census of 1000 Is 0302 115 an increase of 10 8 per cent over 1SOO The new figures for Minnesota lire 1751304 an Increase of 345 per cent over 1800 Sitting Mary en eccentric old maid died in the Shelby county Ala poorhouse Thirty years ago she was jilted by lover and she took an oath she never again rise from her chair which vow she kept Six families near Chattanooga are suffering from poisoning duo to using water from u well tn which arsenic had been thrown The wholesale poisoning is thought to be duo to a neighborhood quarrel The U S supreme court has sustain ed the validity of the Tennessee law regulating tho sale of cigarettes and the W C T U women are happy The decision was not a unanimous one four of the justices handing down dissenting opinions HUSTON VILLE Born to tho wife of Martin Myers a 10pound boy A box party will be siren at the col lego tonljrht for the benefit of the Christian Endeavor The Childrens Mission Band will give an entertainment at the Christian church Sunday night Dr Hawkins Brown Is back from his deer hunt in Tennessee He brought deer ana nine wild turkeys The flouring mill of Llpps Co has started up since the rain and Is putting in 24 hours of grinding dally J W Lnckrldge has started up his blave and heading mill It gives em ployment to about a dozen men Casey county democrats of the Nee leys Gap section celebrated Beukbams olectlon the other night by drlng an vile until the wee sma hours W W Lyon Co sold to Jerry Brlfcoe 22 800 pound cattle at 3c E P Carpenter sold to Lutes Co 30 1G00 pound cattle at Go W S Dryc sold to T H Smiley a gelding for 8175 and bought one of W W Lyon Co for SHOO The latter firm sold a gelding to troll Bros of Versailles for 8200 Dodd Skinner sold ono to T H Smiley for 200 J W Pinkerton has returned from Louisville where ho has been under a physicians treatment much Improved Al Is back from tbo Philippines In very bad health O B Reid was up- from Louisville Wednesday He took- his sister Mrs J W Allen back with him Harry Lockrldge has moved to town Dr O S Williams and Mr J W Lockrldge are back from their turf key hunt In Adair and Russell LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Smith Nell bought a car load of hogs In Adair at 4e A cyclone in Bourbon did consider b1o damage to property- J C Bailey bought of P IC Trlbb a iwoyuorold filly for The horse traders of 100Igla are holding a convention wee Flno yearling jack for sale or to trade for cattle W H Shanks Stan ford Robert and James Woods have rent ed of H T Hush his farm of 103 acn for 8400 121 owes well bred to Souihdow buck for sale R C Nunnelley Tui- nersvllle Preston Beck has sold his 230act farm In Wayne for 84050 and be may move to this county Henry F Newlaod sold to Boone Bros some heifers at2Ic and bought them a lot of sheep at el- Mabel Onward 211 brought 8300- 1at the Chicago horse sales Pbiub Onward 212i sold nt S1760 Wilson Herrln sold in Cincinnati bunch of helfets at 3te a lot ol steers at 3 to 4c and some cows at 2j to 3c T J Curtis of Madison sold 00 yearling mules to Brown Bruraber of Columbia Tenu at 875Advocate Two dehorned 550pound yearlings me red and the other left 11 days ngtf Reward Ed Peytop Stanford M S Baughman sold to O C Bullock of Columbus Ga 25 good mules at 3100 S M Owens sold to same four at same price A eixmonths old red aud white hall er left my place three weeks ago In formation thankfully received A M eland Stanford E P Woods bought of W H Shanks 20 SOpound shoats at 3Jc of G A Pey too seven 200pound hoes at 4io and of- A M Pence 150 pounders at 4 15 Over 100000 horses have either died or been killed In the South African car Ten thousand of these horses mod 42000 mules were shipped from his country to South Africa for the English government John Morris raised 2500 bushels of rash potatoes on 10 acres ot land sell ag them at delivered Ho sold tho econds at 25c per bushel at home Corns selling at 32 per barrel delivered and hay for per ton Bourbon News W B Arnold sold 30 1100pound attlo to J B Williams at 4c W G troylos sold to Pox McDowell 21 extra good 1135 pound feeders at 4 cts Baird LeivU ol Lexington bought a Iar load of horses bore at 830 to 8125 Ikc Shelby Jr bought of Lutes rob feeders that averaged 1000 pounds at 4c Danville News At Mt Sterling Monday there wore about 3500to 4000 cattle on the market and quail good Trade was slow wing to the continued dry weather The best steers sold at 4c a small uncb of picked steers sold at 4o Barlings at 31 to 4e heifers at 3 toMe COW at 2 to tie canners at 1 to 2c bulls at 21 to 3c Carpenter of Mlller bunr ought 15 mules at from 880 to 3120 ther sales at about these figures Prices were a shade easier UBLIO SALE I At my residence on the Crab Orchard and rtxMicnd road 2 miles Southeast of Crab rclmrd on Saturday Dec 8th I will ell- tbo following described property consisting of horses cattle hogs sleep etc Two mare 3 milk cows 5 Rood calves two ear old Shorthorn bull four meat host six 0pound shoats thoroughbred Poland ChIna boar head of sheep some farming tool8 plow harrows boes etc too tedious to mention also 2 stacks of tiny Terms- mQde known on day of sale 75It ALFRED DAVIS UBLIO SALEOK Stock CXOI tc lIavtnjt sold my farm I will offer at pub lie auction on ediiestlay Nov 28th At residence oo the Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike near freache vlllu all my- Ftck Crou consisting of Horses OUt tie hopEtc threo Good Work Horses Horse for rurrlage or JIURRy Good Milk Cows 1 Meat Hop a Thorough bred Horkshlro Hogs mule and 2 sows entry Stork 100 barrels of Corn 00 or Uushell of Wheat a lot of nay Surrey most new 1 Ihacton Twohorse Wagon Superior Disc Drill Cultivator IIl1rrow- Plows Ktoi Cabinet Grand Plano Mod- urn lied Boom Suit Household and Kitchen rutturo Terms made known on day alo I J O KIISO The Chicago Chronicle is not wlllln to admit that Now York beats tbl Windy City In any particular Th statement is going tho rounds of the press that the dally population ot th Equitable building In Now York Is 3 100 and that the wall averages about 18000 pieces a day This record say the Chronicle Is outstripped by several buildings In that city notably the Monadnock block which at present has a dally population of cloie to if not quite 6000 So vast Is tho postal hush noss of this human hive that It was found necessary to establish on thi main floor n branch postolllco with four mall carriers The Monudnook block Is 400 feet long 70 feet wide 16 stories high at ono end and 17 at the other and has in all 1200 offices In one day over 20000 persons passed through the Jackson boulevard entrance alone Now York will have to cut add coins again S A VILLAGE 11LACKS 11TH SAVED HIS LITTLE SOWS LIFE Mr 1111 Black the wellknown vii laze blacksmith at Gralmtnsvillo fculll vln Co N Y says Our little son five years old has always been subject to croup and so bad have the attacks been that wo Lave feared many times that lie would die Wo have had tho doctor and used many medicines but Chamberlains Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance it seems to dissolve the tough in nous and by giving frequent doses when the croupy 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 and may be given as con Idcntly to a babe ns to an adult For sale by Craig Honker Druggists PAHKSVILLE Walter Bower reo turned to Ulldlo Monday night MUg Mlie Plttman U visiting In Sholby- Ity Mrs N Vnnaradalo is oars III Will Kimberlin Is nt some Mrs barlcs Wright and Hagan visited In Ivlngston last week Miss Shollle ollon gave a social Monday night which was well attended PREVENTED A THAaEDY Timely InfornilUn glean Mrs Hnrj Leas of w Slrellirlll Otto fT ited a drradlvl tu- Pdr g and urns two lltefc A rrtghthlug h 1l1li kept her awake e ery ntght Ski tiled essay rodl cad doctors lull sWMdlly retie Mill vr sd utry Dr Klnsts INMvrtrr Oae battle wholly curd her and she writM tbs irrriou she enl Mr Ioeg of a at en attack or luraniooU hiujb run are rwltlr reel of the awbM nwrll of Ihl grand rsrdy lorortlll all Ikmtt ekes ant lung iro ibl Un risk and SI Erary tout gtianut ed Trio illlc free at Ttonys D ug Stoic Tbo centennial anniversary of the reo 1211withtol and u I Purbhc Sale laving bold my farm I will offer at publIc IIalo at 10 a Iooon Wednesday Nov 2etls- the following described property tood work horses i oo t broo mares fOllt to jack one Dire combined mare one yoarllnJ bone t y Cluwtcr Dare yearling IIltv by aboth S good enncti 1 good work- mule tome high grade halters and cow JrOOd steer calves 4 and a lot off Ttnlnp Implements consisting of one neer- InJ binder roller Superior dlIC- drill 12 horso wagon lInt of plows 3 good Itlvaton extra let of wagon hnr- nesl a lot of 1 good phaeton Iood buckboard good Log box I cnttle troughs extra lot of blacksmith tools and other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on dlvof- laic GIIEEXIIEIIRY I1KIOIIT PUBLIC SALE I will sell it anctlon at the More 1lId farm Moroland Station un Wedn- day Dec lith 1000 the following described fourteen mules well Iroko- nnd property saddle00 ones one threeyearold mare handsome sorrel mare Crambo U K 195 bred by tntnk urges SsutliElkhorn sired bv King Nut wood 10251 dRUl Icato tetrahj Ior man Wilkes Self 2 dam nose I mont Chief 301 S dam hose Goddard by IndIan Chief dam by Edwin Forest 15 lam a saddle mare She U nicety broke anond and as nice mare us In tho country Iour aootI 2horno wagons a buy colt foaled 11603sound nice and a stepper sired bv III Hookur 333H Also a nice gelding becn n mile In 2i83 at a yearold bv OratorIo 211 dam has 3 In the list one la ITH Two 1 saddle horse one rearold mule 3 mllkcow and calves 2 iders good as now 2 2 bone cultivators mower and buggy and Imrntw4- tb wagon harness 1 VermillIon feed cut ct Tiger disc harrow tooth lari- w 3 razler carts S Oliver Chilled plows and a lot of other farming Implements TerlDs made known on day of tale W II nOUt Morel and Ky UNDERWEAR Our Stock Is Full of Good Things B The Finest Goods on the IlfWffS Plus Market today Silk Lined e 300 per Suit Silk Lined Goods Are New But You Cant Help Liking Them No Itching or Scratching 2 per SuitIIn Cheaper Grades We Have An Endless VarietyI- n Whites Browns Grays and Blues at 50c and 100 per Suit Union Suits in Chil drens Sizes 4 to 12 years at 50c HoJJI JM9ROIBrJBIR1rS FOR SAL1R trutkoyWhiteJOHN HTECLE CAIIPENTKII llu tonvUle FOR SALEHaving decided to move to town I wll otTer lay property fat sale Dwelling house Store house my Stook of Merchandise This U an opportunity for soles wldnanaki tutlno s nun For further particulars ad dross N 11 rk8l urv Ky FOR SALE OR RENT I desire to sell or rent my farm of 1M acres situated two tail south of Huston vllle on tho Huslonvlllo cud Mpddlehut pike known as a part of the Deorge ned face Carpenter All of t la In good stats of cultivation wellfenced and plenty of water tins upon It n twostory Srooin frame dwotllng und n oeary uutltouitm good tobacco barn and stock burn Sixty acres of thu more land U virgin soil sell at reasonable or rent to a rood man JOHN MoDVMGU Mt Salem Ky COAL SALT I will have my coal bins completed by Oct and will keep on hand three a of tho lx t coal also salt and I willsell It to merchants by wagon load at a very small margin Will continue to the Iiljjhwt Itraces IIIckory Spolll Stavannd floods and Groceries lit rock bottom tlrlcel dlvo men moneyn Poultry And Eggs- V ANTED I will i r market price m h for them and also hide Wool LVathers c V DAVIS FRUITTBROSMORKLAND Furniture LiveryUndertaking r Pair of 7 year ad welt brute mules forte IT heads high 1IY SPECIAL UBQirnST DR GOLDSTEIN Tile Rye SiwcUltot will rtura tc Stanford Monday Her IT Doe for one day ooly Iif G OolUtrln nf liODlvlllo will IK lathe rlty of 8t nfiinl Ihr i to remain one- dayand will lit nlu e In the cr t f all who need them He baa tunlt the studs of optic a peaU and say ont to rteelof gisiwoifaiinoi du iHttvr than give him n Ball HB will be found at his rooms at the Veranda Hotel Parson of children who eyes are In any war tTwled nhotild take them to Dr Oo ldtoln and have them ex Mined Too modi care cannot be taken In this particular ns any neflect of parents may lad to taunt sutlou onHMfjueneot In after life If the eye of a child need glints the doctor can aeterulne It and adjust such will boomost apt to proeerro and Increase their strength The doctor has been giving att factlim for many years and we recommend him as worthy the pa tronage of Those suffering with their eyes should call m him and If he dont give them relief It will not cost thorn Anything Ho can adjust to any eyes and nny age A good glass rightly adjusted U n luxury to u iPerson with night they cannot afford to do without A glass Imperfectly adjusted Is one 1han no glass ERDILLEHAYDA17VILLE Manufacturer of 3RICKiAnd Lime Cement c o Write For Trices TWO FARMS FOR SALE HSTIDZ JfcMM to ebjognnr raallon I will privately err lira on whlh I live Sl W a It from Crab Orrhsid J r This lams Is tint and tnzocxl state otculllTtllon Ju urn ot rUrr Ixittom lid thai Is flue turn end mtadow Und tNilanc M acres Is upland and well adapted to rorn wheat blue xrsM sn1 all other trots A brick dwelling orb rooms sad cellar a well of splendid ireatune water at the door two good tenement houses new tarn sad all ntttaitj outbulkllugi with plenty ol good fruit and an alxindann ol itockwa er make this tlit lout dolraWo linn In tbll tad the tacntg- Alsus farm orbout llbaem mllll horn Crab Orchard Kou 1aPcs1erstrretoppestte the far HOUI Crab Orchanl AH In xrau with a argtstoek barnandan abundance ol with iceoftlio heist building sites In the ndglilwr hood Also a nice enttajn la Stanford Ky on Lana ler street wltn eoud elilern IINenict attached or lurtbe till It H IIUONAUUII Crab OrebarJ K- yDrs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS wilt be In DsuYlllo Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuowlayii Thuridayi and Saturdays Olfite In tho l nnlngton IJuIldlng Stanford Of lice hours J to 12 to4 r i- iOSTEOPATHY ThUScleiif originated rod dotclopeil l y Dr A T Still of KlriKTllle Mo depend on IhOi rluclplMof Anatomy and Iliyslology for Us reo ills It no rubbina- tosurgical operatlonsamttlaluI bang suer mature U tcopathy view man as a machine of so many rertslnkeynote Is adjustment When all alo properly adjuitc l aud not orerwotkid health Ie the result Soma of tbll disease treated ly III Nervous reitratlon Headaches Neuralgia ItlieiiniatUiu atarrb Weak flranubted Lid Uoltre Icart Liver and Lung IMieawj Constipation lies tall Stones Enlarged 1nxtiate all Ktom eh and Intestinal troubles DUeaws of Jionc and JoInt HjilnalUurvature DMocatloni IIUr JoInt lul1II or Urine LocomotorAtax- Ulseasea a Ir Consultation 1rH YeIIEIUtIN In a candidate for Jailor ot Lincoln count subject to tho action of tho dimiocratlc Itlr ty J II RAINES 1b a oandldato for the nomination of Jnllpr Lincoln county subject to the action of the Doraoeratlc party WM LANDGRAF Is a candidate for AMoittur of Lincoln cost ty itibjtot to dttoncraUa ClioI TIIAIES H WIUGIIT It n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln conn democratsE JOHN C PEPPLES r U a candidate for Jailor ot Lincoln Oouu pattyDINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the aCt lion or the democratic patty Ho solicit your support GUS McCO MAOX It candidate for Asumor of Lincoln Nun ty subject to the aetkm of the democrat partyGEO A EUBANKS Is a candidate tar Jailer at Lincoln count subject to the action of the democrat party JASIES T JONES In aoomlldate for Jailer qf Lineal county parisIjIISS LIZZIE C JONES W Uarehntl bas spited a CwHpM Lino of Millinery at Junction City Aed COIVlltrtltvo1 FOR RENT I lIb iab- ltoowitWsadgardenwllsutureftt a heirs let bows hMlt Is cMtralty touted let alt klsnl sSWleae lltfutuo J M OHANI silt A Jrlfrrwa strMat tyace Txs FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horto and Males ecosUally on band sdfor sale at alt tune W Lop Wood ManaKr At Freds Exchange You will always lad Mood tr aimcot gnod Sour good mesh rood tiljttuff goad bias Sic at low prices He will give yes ai wend of 0e Saar and 1e poaads of bran fur a busi l of wheat or M ad ot Soar fur ono Dont forgot to call on hint ttttim you want wheat exchanged or bey Soar meal Ac POSTEDThe whose name amtswr below strictly forbid nay hunting at ame of any kind ai any time of the year on their land and will prosecututo the full extent of the law any wlto violator- S H Ilaughman J Itaughtuan ir Steele lUIIey 311 Ilruee J T hurtle F P Wood J M Iettus W T Tucker II U llaughman J W lUueliman L L Doty O D Jk tl II lloooo LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Milledgovillo Ky We have 75 good stock Hogs for sale and about 30 head of stock Hotter LUTES at CO NEW LIVERY STABLES W BU2KZ 3 Spa Frr JUNCTION CITY KY a6IntOlans Turnouts Reasonable Raise Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sa- ley FRITH HOTEL7 FBAH3ISCO Praprlet AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY a Heat Hotel In the uiountalnf rates coniMered ortera msst all train bpeflil attention to tray ling taco L C RUPLEY I The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call EAZLEY DAYS- VNDEfTIERS PKAUKIU Furniture l1J at tin JS Itugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY POSTED I hereby notify li1811uhllc that my lnn1 ii lot- e1 and that I Iwrult hunting or tree nrwill U punishe- dtetbsatlextentofthataw MIELol NOTICE lS 11Alt persons knowing themwlyvii Indflilod lotlMMUte of II 11 Powell will pleu o coot fonranj tins settle at oncp J T LKAVKLL Adtn fh M Powell t1II1Nrlt Irk A S PRICE Burgeon Dentis- tStanford Ky Office McRobtrti Irut StorluIIIldl- gY uIR A DENXISTI Ofllce over Higilni MrlClnnoyi Stor Telephone No U GUN REPAIRING No matter what foe wroog with your gun send It to ui and It will be Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At n inoJornl sees THNVirLK CTrit f 111 Third St Duviie Ky Painting Repairing roarbuggyR11I11rIIlAceot1UIt1 to do It sad work guaraa trvd You ctn have your old vt liba initdo new for very lltle muory J II iltrFltStanford Ky ADAfdS FISTULA CURE byJW Adams a fiIatlul Lick Ky U a jrturttHlwd into cure for hoe iasia taalss a flUelMl with tItula Inllcrll Mwlnov KritUiliM gd4l Ikllj lard sad Sun ICISSEqak unar seer Itpotr UI Wor wU bt W K fH lIunIIrLlbertdf K Jldwil waysbrgflea lint Ilri astnlla P KOompsos M01edcevLe net K Jter bnr ICy rah A M UliaNo Turntnvlilv J Sshok Kiu Dey FIRST NATIONAL BANK OKSTAKPOKD KY jUilSlo3c J1M003 Sarpli S17CS3 6- 1ThIJIlIUIIIIaoRrNlIWhhad M the I s Mlt Mile nriNwlst4hlUHIkM rise nlfJ si itKattooalllaik ofSUnUrd In ISM and irgaatted ai tilt Fleet National auk of SUnfcrc a lStt has had iraetlMlly anualnUrrupuJ ctrl IDe for l years It Is Wile iupplled sowwit- adUlreaforlnssaclingLuUacesprmpuyud lalhytbaaevtrLefrla Us long and hoaoiab career Accounts ot loJlTUoali flJurtarlM nJInJlYlJualnollcileJDlKiiroai F llilJLlnwlQ JW lIarda StAG tTllarrlaa d11Iugbwaa J SlIockltto TP lift W1 Walton It W A TSMs J UGollterCrabONbM M J MHItf MiVwto OBIui6r SuofcM oriltus- I 6 llar IttM nit J J JleltolwM t aititi Lincoln CountyNational Bank Clf41D1 8111110000 mjianandoutly hr 2t Years Solicits Your Bank Account oplnjiucb mucuslyDlllHCTOUS J J WtlUIIO SrIAOarlJ1ltlummtoe J JJIJtIIAgnonankl J P Cash fJ JJ UvsKr OFKICEUS S II lrMld011J II stlirighl AsUCahl- erj + G+ MCGiY UNLEITh1 1Manufacturer and Dealonr In a I TEBSSdDDLERY0e Stanford Ky I