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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL r VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 319019 A M NO 53lMIDDLEBURG tIIcctlonhouse and lot on Race Street belong leg to Dr I S Wosloy Rev Taylor will move to Mlddleburg about the first of October And itlll thoycomoto put tbelr names to the petition asking for per mle lon to vote on the proposition of frcoturplkes and bond Issue In Casey county Already more names have boon secured than are actually nccena ry A protracted meeting hat been going on at the Baptist church at Liberty for several days and a general Interest It Ii being taken and much good Is luro to accrue The services have been conducted by Rev Compton a traveling evangelist ably assisted by tbo pastor Rov J B Ferroll of thus place 0 A Prewitt and wife of Liberty left Monday last for Now Mexico with f tbelr little lion who has a bad throat k trouble Mr Prowltt consulted a Lou Uvlllo pcclaltit who advised him to take hll child to the high dry atmoi phoro of N M ai tbo only hope Dr Pat Humphrey accompanied them Vo ara glad to bo able to state that the roport soot out from Paducah to the press relatlvo to tho foul murder of William Short Is untrue as his fathI t or has Just received a letter from bill- Ion written several day alter tho sup poted murder occurred and he was then well and mado no mention whatever of prevlouibeen It Ii broken up when It was corn would now r be telling at M If Jack Frost will only stay away tbo corn yield will bo far bettor than a half yield Cattle are low Fat bogs command a fairly good price while stock hogs are like calves hardly worth the keeping This yeart peach crop It the largest In Casey In years and bring only 60 cent s Stephen Cochran formerly of the 44th Vol Inf and n veteran of the I Philippine Insurrection It very low of consumption at hit homo on Brush Creek Unclo EllthaOlfford who It just rounding out hit 70th milestone has been very poorly for tbo put few C day suffering from rheumatism and other Inflrmltlcs peculiar to old age I The health of the community U good notorious sickness In the Immediate neighborhood Dy lato retorts It come that the Philippine Insurrection goes on un abated despite the death dealing licks i given It by Gent Otis MoArtbur the r writer and many other celebrities but of smaller calibre Tho rainy season II sow on In full blast and active mili tary operations on tho part of tho- Americans on some of the Islands seem to have boon deferred until after the season It over Tho only Casey Brainy we can now recall In tho Pbll U Corp E M Koenov of Troop D3d US Cavalry and his i time will bo up In November Robert iHallUnd Archlo Rltle lately Invalided I M the U S are at PresidIo San Fran J rotaco Cal where they will perform light duty until November when their term of enlistment expires W F Martin whose tentatlonal ar- restI was mado at Liberty tome two week ago on a warrant sworn out by la Lexington woman on the serious charge of obtaining money under false I pretenses Is back home having been acquitted by tho claimant own teat nosy Neither Martin his or her wit nesses worn put on tho stand Tho claimant charged that Martin had secured money from her under a promise weroJgua letters from Martin written mailed at Cincinnati In November of 09 promising bu would marry her Claimant WILl Ignorant ot tho fact that defendant bad served an enlistment In tho U S army and was In tho Philip pines at the time the bogus letters were gotten up Wo have before ua a copy the Lexington Leader of Aug 21of with an account of the trial the cap Lion of which Is Martin Is Free Claimant Could not Substantiate Senna- tlonal Charge II The trial was very umuslog In the extreme and It Is bo Moved by many that tbo womans mind IB unbalanced as she contradicted herself a dozen times while on the stand Martin wall formerly a leading pho tographer of Lexington but volunteer wed to servo his country In distant lands when volunteers woro called for In Juno 09 Ue served with distinction In the famous 37th Vol Infantry and was wounded In a desperate engage mont near Slnlloan Just a year ago Saturday Do an old Casey boy aud rile many friends are glad to learn o his acquittal By tho way Martin was just granted a pension a tow days ago for wounds received In tho Philippines t It seems that public opinion was with Martin from the first to the last of the trial = = = = =II I or a bad taste In tho mouth take r Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet For sac by Craig Mocker NEWS NOTES Chinas popoulallon la 383253000- Boattvrlllo Is to havo a 116000 bank The victims of the Trenton disaster now number 20 Louisville Is dooded with obscene pictures and the grand jury will levee tigate Charles Savory was killed and his body left on tho roadside In Warren countyLightning struck a golf club houso near Altoona hilling ono and Injuring severalTwelve are already dead from the wreck on tho Pennsylvania at Fair vlllc N Y A 12 year old boy at Foetorla 0 took his life because bit father had punished him Mrs Crouch fell over a 30foot cliff In Bath county and while severely Injured will recover Tho court of appeals will convene Sept 10 for tho next term with nearly 1000 cases on the docket James llulchlnton a Louisville mer chant who was In bad health ended his sufferings with a pistol Marshal Tom Warden that and killed a Negro and was himself shot through the shoulder at DardwcllIAs a result of tbo wreck on the So dus Bay division of tho Pennsylvania railway 12 persons are dead While handling powder a Munson miner smoked There was an explosion and be and hit family were killed The old yacht Columbia easily beat the now boat Constitution In the first of tbo trial races for the cup defender Col K P Bryan formerly of tho L N bat been offered and may accept the presidency of tbo Southern Pacific Senator Depew has been invited to deliver tho leading address at the open lug of tho Charleston Exposition In Dcccrcbcr The Jclllco coal operators and min ora kayo agreed to leave their differ once to three arbitrators and to con ilnuatha present schedule to Oct 1 During the put week nine oil gush era wore brought In In the Beaumont field Four deaths were caused by tho breaking loose of ono of the gushers Tbo comparative statement of the government receipts and expenditures for August 1001 shows a surplus of 16 012623 ID the treasury al against a deficit of 1311443 for tho month last year Hpnry Dado caught hit wife In a compromising position with Charley Watkins at Dopklnsvllle and In a fight which ensued both men were fatally wounded Two love lorn girls at Clarendon Ark agreed to commit suicide and purchased laudanum for tho purpose Rosa Prldo drank and died but Minnie Smith broke her agreement and lived Negroes who applauded tho address of a delegate In the Virginia constitu tional convention were rebuked by tbo speaker who Informed them that the convention was a funeral of their lib erties The Northern Pacific for lUorlontul trade le building two 28000 ton steam Oil each about twice the carrying ca pacity of the Great Easton which a a century ago was though to have reached the limit of available size Shreveport La la now tho third In tenor cotton center In tbo world In the matter of Interior cotton citIes she It outdistanced only by Houston and Memphis Receipts during the year lust closed were 312007 bales Vlco President Hickey of the Strlk ing Steel Workers declared at Bay View Will Sunday that tbo strike seemed to be lost that 72 per cent of the mills aro working and that It would tako years to repair tho damage which tbo association had sustained Lack Phelps the wellknown Louis vlllo lawyer and politician is dead He started life as u newsboy and worked his way to fame and fortune without assistance Ho was a Ono lawyer and a democrat whoso valuable services will bo missed Charles V oavcry who was killed by J L Mono near Bowling Green leaves a widow and daughter at Winchester Rono disappeared alter lay- Ing that ho had killed Savcry They had been out driving tORothgr Savory was found In the road with four bullet boles In his head and neck Damage approximating 1000000 was done by a tlood In Cleveland duo t t a heavy rain which continued eight hours Mlles of streets wore flooded and many buildings wore undermined but no lives were lost Many citizens In the principal residential portions were rescued from their homes by rowboats wasf80000000 of tbo Paris Exposition laat year 110000000 of the worlds fair a Chicago 418000000 while St Louis will spend 130000000 In building her Louisiana Purchase Exposition In 1003 The area of the Paris Exposition was 173 acres that of the PanAmerican Is 350 acres that of the Louisiana Pur chase will be over 1100 f MATRIMONIAL A woman of 32 ran away with a boy In knee pants In Maine and married himMr nod Mn Peter Stanley of San dusky 0 have been married a few days over 83 years A Gloucester Mass coachmans wife has sued a wealthy society belle for 130000 for alienating her husbands Fagaloy and Miss Laura Hicks of this county were married at the home ot the brldoa father Wni Hicks today Miss Rice stepdaughter of Dr T O Meredith president of tbo Burgln Bank eloped to Lawrcnceburg with Charles Ware ot Boyle where she be came hit wife She Is only 15 year of ale A Virginia preachers wife has been married three times Her maiden name wat Patrlgc her Ort husband was aI Robin her second Sparrow and thoI present lesser halt bears the name of Quayle There are now two young Robins ono Sparrow and three Quay lee in the family One grandfather wasa Swan and another was a Crane Announcement Is mado ot tho engagement of Mite Nannetto Camilla Heath of Richmond Ky and Mr Charles W MoICcnnon of Waco Tex Tho marriage will take place Wednes day Sept 23 at the residence of Mrs John Emby a relative of the bride In Lexington says the Leader Miss Heath la now on a visit to her liter Mrs A H Severance In Stanford After services at tho Baptist church Sunday night Mr J W Holdcrmanour accommodating and clever assistant at the L N depot quietly led the Rev R R Noel to the residence of Mrs Jail Leu whore be found Miss Fannie Luntford awaiting them After a few words by the preacher two hearts beat as one Bil they started together oer lifes tempestuous sea which let ut hope will carry them happily and ute ly on their voyage to the other shore Tbo bride who Is said to bo very pret ty Is a daughter of Mr George Luns ford of this vicinity Mr Holdcrman showed his good sense by being at his post all day yesterday remarking when asked why he didnt celebrate his mar riage by taking a day off Ive got to work harder than over now to support two It Thats the kind of men who make a success of lifo and tbo bride may rest assured that she has a man that will do to tie to Death of Mrs Wilkinson LIUERTY Sept 2Mrs Lizzie E Wilkinson wife ot Capt Ed Wilkin eonLdied on tbo 20th She was born on Casey Creek Adair county Ky Sept 10 1852 Her death came after years of aflltctlon and Intense suffering Ear ly In life the mado the good confession and was baptized Into the body of Christ whore she remained faithful and true until death Her faith was as strong and Intelligent and as bright as any we ever witnessed In death her only regret was in leaving her family who she desired above all things tbat they should meet herupyonder She left a husband and six children and many relatives and friends to mourn her death Alter services at tho Chris tian church in the presence of a very large audience her body was laid to rest while her spirit rests with her Savior We mourn not without hope May the good Lord bless and save her family J Qr M NOTHING LIKE OIL In dealing with roan remember that a spoonful of oil will go farther than a gallon of vinegar The same may be said of children There is nothing so good for children as the oldfashioned castor oil However much they may ab hor it It is their best medicine for die orders of tho bowels In the more severe cases of diarrhoea and dysentery however Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy should be given after tho oil operates and a quick cure is sure to follow For sale by Craig Rocker LIIIERAL WITH MONEY The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer la offering 956000 In cash premiums for nearest correct guesses on the total vote of Ohio Tho election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday Nov 5th this year and Is for a governor State officers and legisla tore The now Legislature will choose a United States Senator to succeed Senator Foraker The Enqulror alto offers 850 each week for tbo largest clubs ot guesses received during that weak This is an excellent chance for obtaining money easy There are two murder cases In tbo Madison circuit court which began grantted a new trial on conviction of d nally assaulting Mrs Hamon Million a prominent lady will be tried agate Legal holidays In Kentucky are Jan SepI COL THOMAS P Hut has accepted- a chair In the taw faculty of Centre College at the earnest request of Presi dent Roberts and the trustees Others of the faculty will be gentleman from Virginia whose name wo could not learn C R nodes Robert Qulsenbcr ry and either Co W C P Brcckln ridge ot Lexington or C R Breck Inrldgo of Arkansas Col Hills du tine will require two days of his time each week His acceptance Insures that the high standard Inaugurated by Gov J Proctor Knott will bocontlnued for there Is no hotter equipped lawyer In the State than he Is nor Is there another who has taught aa many young men law and started them on the road to fame and financial success Besides his perfect knowledge of the law be Is a splendid orator and his lectures will be models of legal lore and oratorical beauty rLANCASTER There was no preaching attboCbrlas tlan or Methodist churches Sunday evening but regular services were held at tbo Baptist and Presbyterian houses of worship Mlsa Sallle Rose who has been on the tick list Is again able to be out Mitt Annie Austin will go to Dripping Springs the first of the week Mrs James Bcazley continues to Im proveAn enthusiastic democratic club was organized at Herrings School house 01 Saturday night when Senator George r Farris and J I Hamilton delivered addresses Squire James Bourne was elected president and T M Arnold Jr secretary Our Independent Telephone Exchange here Is now connected with Nlcbolasvlllo Lexington Frankfort Georgetown and all other principal towns in Central and Northern Ken tucky and Is prepared to give excellent sarvlce to these points catItieRobinson Son sold 75 to same forty at 5 37t On Saturday S Morgan ship ped to Clnnclnatl carload of hogs for which bo paid 5 to 51 On same day Lawson L Fox shipped a car paying about the same price and shipping to same place Miss Alllo Arnold spent last week with friends in the country Miss Sa rah Baughman of Stanford was the the guest of Miss Mattle May Ruble son Mrs C D Powell has returned from Mt Vernon She left her sister Mrs W T Short Improved Mr J B Cone and lIttle daughter Kather inc led Saturday night for Cartere vlllo to join Mrs Conn and Estcllawho have been visiting there for several days Miss Bessie Batson has returned from an extended visit to Brodhcad and Stanford Mr Ed Rose of Lox ington spout a week with his fathers family here A CURSE FOR DYSENTERY AND DIARRHOEA Some years sgo 1 was one of a party that Intended making a long bicycle trip says F L Taylor of New Albany Bradford County 1a I was taken sud denly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Laccy vlllo Messenger suggested that I tako a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I pur chased the bottle and took two doses one before starting and one on the route I made the rip BcuceeBfuIly and never felt any elect Again last summer I was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured tue For sale by Craig Hocker For the benefit of our readers who wish to purchase we give the latest quotation on wild animals Lion South African 1500 lioness 500 tiger Bengal 1800 tigress 8450 cub 8150 to 8300 camel 8150 giraffes per pair 80000 The most expensive animal Is the gorilla 810000 rhinoceros 83000 hippopotamus 82000 The average depth ot the earths sur face below the sea level is 12000 feet and tho average height of the land of the world la 2000 feet above the sea level We Still Have Some Bargains left And will continue the Closing Out Proces another week Cloth ing at Less Than Cost Choice of Straw Hats 50c IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied MILLER S HIRSGH Danville Successors to J L Frohman it Co u Ultras perfect Every Pair Guaranteed Perfect In every detail Our fall stock is now in Patent Leathers Ideal patent kid Enamels heavy welts le patent and plain tips rope stitch sole The very newest things of the season TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS JFIIAIW FARMER I I USES UPTODATE I I MW1INRY HIGGINS McKINNE Stanford s IE RUM SODA i j Pure Jersey Crean iand Finest Fruit Flavors at St PENNYSDRUG J GO TO Wa B McRoberts I Druggist For Wall PaperiWhite Lead t Linseed Oil Ready MixedtPaint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket IForState Senator I GEO T FARRIS r For Representative M F NORTHe For County Judge i JAS P BAILEY r vSFv for CotntfyClerk- sGEO7 B COOPER t For County Attorney 11HARVEY HELM J t For Ohm tM S BAUGHMAN For AoesorIMG REYNOLDS tForJailer t lW HERRIN- i For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON In Candidate for Railroad rommlulontr for the 2d Diitrict object to the will of the democracy tITIs exceedingly gratifying to the writer after icveral months absence to find the political conditions of old Lincoln as good as tbey are The bet ter element of those democrats who strayed off for awhile has returned to- the first love and are standing shoul der to shoulder with their brothers In rithedetermination to elect one of the tickets ever nominated In the county Thena Is no Idle boasting butI every democrat who li worthy of i name lg ajlve to the Importanco of the result and will see that the mongrel horde of pie hunters whom the repub licans have put up are given the dose they deserve There seems to bo a bypsheriff who lived oft the democratic party as long as he coula and sought new affiliations when the prospect to longer feed at the public crib grew slOan by degrees and beautifully less If he remained a democrat for revenue f only This is a bad year for turncoats and many a one will fall bv the wayside rettlnJIput icy rod sought to tear down that which be bad every reason to help build up It is just two months today before the election and It the present feeling continues to grow as It has since the republican nominations the majority for the democratic ticket will be the larg est for years The wealth Intelligence and the sober sense of the county Is with the democrats who know It would be suicide to let tbe republican ticket be elected for It fs utterly Incapable ore conducting the countys affairs Good local government can come alone from men whose Interest and responsibility demand that public affairs shall be well and economically administered The democratic ticket Is composed of such men They till all of the Jeffer conlao requirements and deserve our support Let nothing prevent Its be stowal MRS SIMMONS who Is suing her husband for divorce In Hodgenman Kansas because he baa failed and re fused to kiss her a single time In tbe two years of their marriage seems to have a sure thing In winning her suit lend alimony unless her husband can j prove that a naturally bad breath is further accentuated by eating onions Even then she stands more than an even chance of victory The court will doubtless bold as It should that It is the duty of a man to kiss his wife occasionally which must be performed as any other painful requirement IT Is bard to find republicans In this district who will accept nominations for representative Hon B B King of this county hasnt yet said ho willc run although it has been a since be was nominated while up In Madison Hon T S Burnam declares he wilt pay no attention to the nomination given him These gentlemen baveI seen tho handwriting and they prove their good judgment by not running for offices they have no earthly show of winning TilE republican nominee for county judge of Laurel Is charged with having stolen a couple of log chains some years ago A man aspiring the management of a countys affairs should have an untarnished record and tho republicans Invite defeat when they put up a man who Is unclean In any respect Looks to us as If November would be a migh ty good time for Laurel democrsts to elect a democratic judge who has no log chain record PITCH FORK TILLMAN says he has little respect for editors This Is a case of little love lost The editors gener ally havo little respect for Tlllman who seems to be a blackguard and a vulgarian f TUB Glasgow Times only sent us two pages or half of a paperlast week Its whole hog or pone with us Brer Rich ardson we must have all of the paper or none p n T j SrfiAKlNG 01 certain measley turncoats who were preient at the Sapp convention the Louisville Commercial saystlTbe editor of the Post waoJ assent because he Isa democrat and has no Interest In the republican party any further than he can use It to pr t- motehls selfish ends or his persona commerClaljhai but whoa It says that democrat It throws all the fat In theI fire and gets down to common day lying Knott Is not half as much of a democrat as the devil Is a saintI WHEN Alabama sends white men the penitentiary for life for lynching S Negro and when Mississippi condemn to death one for killing a Negro as they did last weeklt begins to look like jus ilea has put the bandage on her oyesi again In the South If the sentences are executed It will go a long ways to wards the establishment of law and or der and show that the courts and not mobs are supreme and that the habit of killing Negroes for any excuse must cease RockIwaymost successful physician In Grant county was forced to cease practicing because he is not a graduate of a medi cal college It will thus be seen that the race Is not always to the swift and that a college diploma Is no more en tirely essential to enable one to cure the sick than being an expert in any profession makes a man dead sure of getting there TEDDY the Terrible lean all around man He preached at the Trinity Dutch Reformed church and the First Methodist at Chicago Sunday and larger crowd than a circus HIs Indeed Is a strenuous life and If he doesnt finally reach the goal of his mbltion it nill not be becauso he hasnt tried every cut to get there TUB Lexington Morning Democrat has a now bead but Wllloughby Wil clams holds on to his good old one A new one would co more Improve his than the new one does the Democrat The tendency now Is to plain letters German texts are playing out except with old women like the Courier Jour Dai TUB trial of Howard for the murder of Gov Goebel Is set for Sept 10 at Frankfort and It is almost certain to proceed Tbe second trial of Caleb Powers Is set for the October term of the Scott circuit court Our prediction Is that Howard will be acquitted and I Powers sentenced to death THE stories of Admiral Sampsons falling mentally and physically are said to be untrue He Is a natural born scamp and coward thats the explana ion of his conduct and his attacks on Schley who is hU superior In every sense but rank TUB Ohio Democrats will invite Bryan to help them In their campaign but the great Nebraskan will doubtless ihlok the Invitation adds Insult to Injury and turn a deaf ear POLITICALJ William O Whitney announces that he U out of politics The president has appointed W H Hunt of Montana governor of Porto Rico A club has been formed In Senator faunas Cleveland to boom Jm for presidentfDoubtless the g o p leaders referred to the full dinner palls of the gentle men who control the output of tee1E CommonerCThe Richmond Register thinks that T S Burnam will not accept the republican nomination for representative In MadisonEight the candidates who were nominated in Collector Sappa rcpubll can convention on Saturday have decided to declinetDr Laura Kolsker of Louisville has been appointed third assistant physician at the Central Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at LakelandIThe republicans of Jessamine nominated a tloketwlth the exception of herlff clerk and county attorney Old tan N D Miles who once ran for Congress was nominated for representative A county ticket prepared by E T Franks Internal revenue collector of tbe 2d district was nominated by tbe Independent democratio republican populist convention In Qwensboro It- a very mongrel affair Collector Sapps convention nominate cd a ticket for city and county offices leaded by John A Stratton for mayor U least onethird of the 260 delegates were Negroes and they were used by tho collector to servo his own ends Mr Sappa entire slate was nominated QColllers Weekly sums up the situa ion laconically thus Schley Is on trial for cowardice Sampson has been blackguarded Into Illness Evans has been publicly reprimanded by an as sistant secretary of the navy and Cer vera Is to be presented with a sllvercup as a testimonial of the admiration of the American people The 6000000 of democrats who for eight years have fought gallantly to maintain their position can not now sacrifice It or abandon it to meet or b THE LOUISVILLE STORES Great Closing Out To Quit Business Sale Still Continues a During this sale one dollar will buy two three and as high as u four dollarsworth of uptodate merchandise HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR MONEY SAVERS IChoice of 300 Ladies Shirt worth 75c and at I All our mens fine 75c and 1 Straw Hats for this sale Parasols sold at 2 II25Silk and 3 go at I 50c corsets at a great re ductionprices cut in half I Choice of 150 pairs Ladies Sample Shoes and Slippers worth to 3 I for this sale only 150 Shoesonly 24 IBoys left latest toe well come quick for a fit AS We It not the all be at and at less will be at less greet or gratify the returning prodigals There Is no desire whatever to throw rocks at returning democrats but on the other hand there Is no de tire to kill them with kindness Let them take their places In the ranks and they will be wel Messenger IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Berea Is to have another republican The wife of James R York of An derson is dead aged 73 Dr Samuel R Owens died at his near Somerset aged 70 years Near Livingston Hampton Mkoshot and killed Robert Whitaker after a Miller was seriously shot Ambush near Bronston Pulaski Poynter a Rookcastlo farm was badly hurt by his horse falling College gets about 850000 by the will of the late Stephen Ballard of BrooklynW Rider has succeeded Hugh Miller as manager of the Newcomb Hotel at Mt Vernon Will Slnkborn an L k N switch had his head severed while coup cars at Mlddlesboro Tbe fine barn belonging to John Steelo of Jessamine was burned and eight mules in It were badly hurt The old Curry farm of 690 acres on the Sbawnee Run pike In Mercer county sold to James Redford at 085 acreE Smith tho turncoat democrat who has been editing the Livingston Colonel has bought the Richmond PanI tagrapb Two Negroes Ed Cleaver and Billy tbe Kid came near being lynched at Lebanon for unlawfully detaining Mrs Eliza Bailey- The colored school at Richmond opened with two bothI claiming to be the lawful appointee There was much excitement sod trouble Is feared Pop Gatnett and George Jenkins colored engaged In a tight near Dan vile as the result of a dispute over five cents Garnett was shot In the left sldo and probably fatally wounded Eleven of the jurors In the Holly Strutton case havo written to Gov Beckham saying that their verdict was rendered upon the law and the evidence and that they could not change the verdict the law and evidence being tho sameThe Somerset 011 declared 25 per cent on Us capital of 810000 within three months after 39c 39c II 98c I 26cit11I 49jC i 89c aj EVERY ARTICLE quick Nothing t Louisville Store organization Is to Increase Its capita to 81200000 The property cousin now of three good wells producing largtlCecil Booker the little son of En glneor Booker who rune on this dl vision was found dead In a water barrel at Lebanon Junction HIs father had just gone out on his run and tbe mother was searching for tho boy In town when he was found bya neighbor who saw his feet sticking above the water Mrs Nation was arrested In New York for raising a crowd and creating a riot but was released to deliver her the storm of a year ago Galveston has finished over 83000000 of Im provements and contracted fur 82000 000 more Labor day was very largely celebra ted all over the country NONE BUT GENUINE I handle DeerIng Harvester Extras and Futures but keep none but tho genuine Unless the name Deeringappears on them you may know they are not D 8 OARlENTEIt Hnstonvlllo FOR RENT Cottage three rooms and kitchen Place contains two acres Nice garden Some fruIt Situated on Danville Avenue MRS MARY WHORTON NOTICE Lot of yearling Southdown and ihlredawn Duck for sale Also several thousand feet of lumber to trade for horses Weep cattle or Blue grass seed for sale L 0 DUNN Mt Salem Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint anti repair your buggy carriage or wagon In Outelals style Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have old vehicle made- new for very little Inoney J II CHEER Stanford Ky BARGAINS I THIS MONTH I have located at Orb Orchard In Oeo Holmes toro near the railroad on Otten helm pike for tho purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You will always find bargain at my store I am ceiling secondhand to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods King Shoes plate Caps etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat ronize mo promising you fair treatment I ou a Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain Store CtJl and see me when you come to town We will jell flour and meal from Morris Freds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prIces It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI BARGAIN ST- ORE1M REISER IROIU 50 doz Mens Negligee shirts 10 different styles to select from worth 75c and 125 all go at only ti Mens 150 Shoes coarse and fine go at this great sale p at only WMens 15c 4ply Linen different styles to Iselect from at the un price of 4Mens 175 Pantswe have ionly 75 pairs left and if you want a fit you must come quickgoing at only j Childrens Fancy Hose worth 25 cents sale price 49c 98c I 98c 1If fJOeWE GUARANTEE ADVERTISED will positively close out matter about pricethey must sold Some half price some than reserved Allgo than halfprice The unconditionally comeOwensboro quarrelWilliam ecpcrlntendents Companywhich GREAT ColorGd quality does Cheapest Store in Stanford Wholesale I and Retail Salinger Bros Prors 11 t Clothing J Our stock of Suits and Overcoats U now in and we are showing the Awclleet Line of Clothing ever seen In Stanford Onr New Raflanette OvercoatsJ Are as handsome as pictures We bave fine suits In ail tho newest patterns You will save money by letting us sell you your Fall Suit nnd overcoat Everything first quality uptodate anti At lowest prices Cummins McClary j A n New Goods New Firm And Every Day IB Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And WIlIJheWIill SAUNDERS CO1 Phone 88 110 West Main Street NEW LIVERY STABLES w BEE S smIrors- JUNCTION CITY KY FlrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable nates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay y 6c Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster x Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything first class Porter meet all trains 89 P t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky SEIT 3 1001 7 TRY the Judgo TarLcleRf for a choice sraoko at Pennys Drug Store OUn prescription work le unsurpass PonnysDru PERSONALS COL W 0 WuLCH went to Crab Orchard yesterday Miss KOLA TQTTEN left yesterday for Lorctto Academy Joe D BECK went to Louisville yet terday to reenter the dental college MRS BENEDICT SPALDINQ of Leba non is with her father Col T P Hill- MISS 1LA HOLDAM of Crab Orchard was the guest of Miss Mattie Mcncfce MR JOHN W BABTIN of Pituburg brought his daughter Katie to collude yesterday DR CARL WHEELER of Lexington spent Sunday with his homcfolk at Hustonvillo MR M F KLKIN U back from Now Liberty whore ho organized a healthy Maccabce lodge Mn AND MRS A a SKVKRANCH have named their recent arrival Joseph s Carroll Severance Miss PEARL LAWRENCE of Pontx Marlon county Is visiting the family of W E Lawrence MR J W DAD orders his paper to Paris to which place bo moved from Winchester yesterday MRS M O WlNKREY whospeotthe summer in Barren county joined her husband hare Sunday MISS CLKO MCLLIN9 who has been visiting Mre Dr E J Brown returned to Rockcaillo yesterday MR E C WALTON Is showing the Uarrodsburg people this week bow tho Democrat ought to bo run M AfLTMAN of tho Louisville Store sedated the Green Front In Dan villa several days lost week 4 MR 0 T LACKEY returned to Dee Moines la yesterday Mrs Lackey will remain for awhile longer Missus JKNNIB RICHARDS and Bur nice Blibop went UP to Crab Orchard Sprln yoitcrdoy to stay awbllo DR AND MRS W B PBNNY and tichildren of Danville spent Sunda with his mother Mrs Mary Penny MRS MILLIE MOHELAND and Miss Annie Edward of Brooklyn N Y are visiting relatives In tho West End MR AND MRS DRDELLCIIAscELLO R spent a few days with old friends In ti Mercer and enjoyed their visit greatly MRS ELLEN S ROSE of Huston vllle Is at tbo bedside of nor sister Mrs Kato Robinson who Is very low Misses LENA PRATHBR of Boyle and Lillian AHender of Lexington have been guests of Mr William Cur rte Miss JESSE DEAN COOKB who ba been staying at Crab Orchard Springs returned with Mrs E C Walton Sun dayMESSRS GEORGE D FLORENCE an J M Alverson of Stanford aro guests of frloda In tbe city Lexington Democrat PROto M E PRCITT will not open Christian College at Elustonvlllo as has 4 been announced but will teach at in r Morcland STERLING CURTIS and Will Chan t cellor attended the party given by Mr- W J Dobaun At Perryvlllo and report a delightful tlmo- BRECKINRIDOE JONES JR who baa been visiting his aunts Mesdames J B Foster and W P McKInnoy re Telterdayfi M mules p a strong t teamC C GILLISFIE bas resigned from the police force to work with the PUt laskl 011 Co and Clifford Day has boon appointed lu his stead Somerset Re publican MISSES ANNA AND JESSIBGOODLOE of Nashville and Judge R G llama and Editor E S Albright of Mt Voroon wore guests of Mr and Mrs M O Williams Friday MRS R M JACKSON and Miss Kath orlno Jackson returned homo Friday from an extended visit to San Francis co Yellowstone Park and other places of interest London Democrat 1Mn J W POWELL of tho West Eodls back from Saul bury N 0 where bo kept store for James P Har per while bo visited homo Ho encountered several washouts on rotor ing homo and at one tlmo thought he would never Iny eyes on tbo Huston ylllo people again JtiMiss LICCIE BEAZLEY loft Sunday the position of matron of Moro head Normal School and Miss Mamlo Beazloy for tho homo of her sfeto Mrs P C Sandldge In tho Wost Ea The abovo school is supported by the C W B M of the United States and- Is qulto a noted institution of learning v Somo 125 pupils were enrolled last year while the boarding pupils num bored 07 It is generally regretted that these excellent ladles have loft Stanford but It is hoped they aro not gone for good Miss Llcclo Beazloy la an enthusiastic C W B M worker and enters her now field with a light t heart She rented her pretty homo to r Mr L M Westerfield j foulavllobUYIng ANDREW W BRIGHT of Dan vllle Is visiting Maurice J Farris J P JONES is In Cincinnati this week laying In a supply of Fall goods JAMES MARET the Independent telo SundayMISSRCTLKDQEA beau ty is tbo guest of Miss Annlo Pence Miss MATTIE MCCORMACK of Paint Lick Is visiting tiles Minnie Woods Miss ANN ELLIS is home from a a pleasant visit to Miss Huon at Shol by City n ROUINSON who has been ill of malaria lover for a mouth or more Is out again MRS JOHN A BLAiN and Miss Ari adno Wright returned from Loulsvlllo yesterday MR J B WILLIS the genial mine beet of Crab Orchard Springs was hero yesterday en route to Richmond MRS Wix DILLION who has been visiting her mother Mrs Broaddus left yesterday for her homo at Livings ton shippedhonesleaves today with a carload of good ones for that point MRS J S OWSLEY JR has Invited a few friends to her home Wednesday afternoon from 3 to 5 to meet Miss Wll a11nMiss OLOA BUTTEL who Is to teach the classes In Art French and German at tbo college arrived yesterday Miss Butts Is a native of Franco began her art studies In Europe attending for several years tho Ecolo Supcrlouvc In Geneva Switzerland one of the best State schools In Europe and speck French and Gorman fluently She has been teaching for too past torso years la Lexington She Is a member of tho Episcopal church LOCALS GO to Jones for school shoes eggsJGASH for U Biggins attbo Depot GOOD lot of boardsown hand G H Farris it Co- SCttoDt BOOKS and school supplies at Craig sr Hookers thyo nowo GET furniture pollih a tonic for fur niture at W W Withers It LATEST Improved Superior Grain Drills at IlcRlae4 McKlnnpys OLIVER plows wagons Disc harrows 4a at IIlggloeti McKlnneys 2t THE second nine of Hustonvlllo de feated our second nine 4 to 1 hero Sat urday afternoon CARS for tbo special that Is to run to JsFOR sale or rent very desirable reel gadTHIRTY EtauTtleccl baggage were taken otT and put on passenger train No 21 Saturday afternoon FOR SALE My dente with six acres of ground where Inow live Easy payments Martha J Vande veerFALL came la with frigid WAVO Tho mercury was down to 60 yesterday morning and It felt as cold as Christ mos FoR RENT Tho grounds and roe I dence PinkerDtoo Stanford or James Frye Huston villa TUE L Nwill sell round trip tickets to too Barbourvlllo fair Septa to 5 limited to Oth at ono taro A similar rate will be made for the London talc Sept 10 to 31 limited to 11t 4a Stsjto e ly observed as usual by those over worked laborers of too banks Post master Florenco was too busy to take a day oil THE contest at Lancaster Thursday night 6th will bo well attended Elo en talented young ladles take part a diamond ring and a gold watch Bro tbo prizes Wrlto to J E Storms Lancaster to save your seats at 60c only FATALLY SlIoTAt a dance Brush Creek In Rookcastlo count Will Tlnk Mulllua was shot by Chart Durham with whom ho had boon quarreling Tho shot was tired as llns was passing out of n door T wound Is fatal IDiTERIORJoUd tt Id ohalr but having lost tho run of local affairs ho Is forced to crave too Indulgence of Its readers It is only for two Issues however and then ho will coat a from troubling l FOR MURDER After learning of death of Sam number one of tbo N grace ho shot at Crab Orchard a few weeks ago James Nick Smith returned from Louisville earl was put under guard His examining trial is set for this afternoon before Judge Bailey a WANTED boarders at the Miller rest dence on Lancaster street Mrs A B Withers THIS Is too eaterch year for years Fine ones are selling at 40 cents and slow at that WE are receiving new Fall goods all the time Como and Inspect our stock Severanco fc Sons I HAVE just received a choice lot of now fall goods Come in and Inspect them H 0 Ruploy It DONT tall to see Withers furniture carpets wall paper sic when In Stanford Prices lower than the lowest It o 20 25 AND 30cent Garments In boys winter underwear ogee 7 to 16 all on tbo cheap table this week at 15 cents J P Jones ON Sept 3 sod 17 tbo L S N will sell bomeseekers excursion tickets to San Francisco Cal and return at 80335 Toe tickets aro good for 25 days MR W E G1LK1SON of Richmond who Is here getting up an A O U W lodge has secured a good close and will organize Wednesday night llth be tells us- THERE will bepretty coraInd other crops In this section attar all A drive through the hearts of Mercer Boylo and Lincoln shows that too cf facts of the drouth are not near so bad as was predicted THE Graded School opened yesterday teacorsIsome with a probability Of 30 or more today Too Academy did out open too you man engaged falling to arrive OUR McKInney correspondent writes that George R GrlHItbs qhlppcd 100000 feet of lumber from there last week BblIb00O601ent P ere are also shipping largo quantities NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Desiring to collect all outstanding taxes during my term of ofllce which expires Jan 1002 I earnestly request all tax payers at onco to pay tamo and save tho penalty that will soon be placed on 1001 taxes and accommodate me Como In county court day prepared to pay S M Owens sheriff 2t KENTUCKY THE BEAUTIFUL too name of a beautiful booklet just Is sued by General Passenger Agent O L Stone of tho L L N It was writ ton by R E Hughes and C C Ousloy and is finely Illustrated with famous scene from Old Kentucky Tbe sub feet matter and the typography are In comparable and tbo whole is worthy of the greatest railroad In tbe South Send and get a copy HOT MEETING Ilea Andrew with several other kindred spirits Is holding a redhot meeting In Mercer and stirring up things coast erably The other night after his ser mon ho was cavorting alopg the aisle addressing those whom his aye caught Spying Dilly Poteet he said How aro you brother meaning as to his salva tion Very well thank you bow an you answered tho polite present an prospective county clerk Dont you want to meet mo In heaven the preacher further Inquired That would bo nice wouldnt It replied Poteet and Johnson sought a moro demonstrative victim DOWNS KILLEDIMq a wreck on the Great Northern at Nyock Mont In which 34 lives wore lost and 10 persons Injured P T Downs and his son Kirk worn killed Mr Downs was assistant general superintendent of the road H was formerly superintendent of this di vision of the L N whore he made many friends who will regret to hear of his untimely death Tho wreck was caused by a freight of 28 cars breaking loose on a steep grads and running into passenger train Tho debris Imme diately caught fire from tho coal oil lamps and many Of tho victims wet burned alive as they lay pinioned by tho timbers of tho cars It was ono of the worst wrecks on record CHURCH MATTERS Rev J B Crouch Is holding a men Harrison county dROY W B Grlnsteada meeting Olive Branch Spencer county rosult in 20 additions At a camp mooting In Mercer count ty ono brother preached on Grave onyards and soother on Hell toeer hero is holding a protracted meet g at Sulphur this State purahaehDtbe Interest in tho Id heretofore owned by tbo Rev H Cockrlll Too paper will remain Loulsvlllo Southern Presbyterians gained last year Minister 24 churches 32 communicants 2101 Sunday school pu pile 8000 Tho membership increase was less tban 1 per cent resignedhe as Ien land Street church of Cleveland Ton nC98eeJ Bailey bought of Samuel Dud darer a gelding for 8110 J J E Greenleaf and D P Armer of Richmond have donated a lot at Irvine for a Baptist church provided the citI- zens of that town will roles 810000 for building Rev CC Davis meeting at Rocky Hill Station Darren county resulted in 10 conversions 23 additions to the church 23 baptized two of whom were Methodists Rev David Bruner of Washington county aged 9aIs spending the week with son In this city This patriarch has been In the ministry 73 years has married 4600 couples preached 5000 funerals and baptized 6000 people Harrodsburg Democrat Rev George Gowen closed the first year of his pastorate of the Louisville Broadway Christian church Sunday with two additions to the church male lag In all at the regular service 123 Of this number 60 were by conversion and baptism THIS AND THAT The portrait ofH W Lawton will go on ono of tbo new postage stamp Issues appointedcommandant ceed Maj W T Carpenter A daring plot for a wholesale escape of prisoners from the Bordstown jail was frustrated by the jailer 16poundhammer Irish Athletic games at New York The Logon Square Terminal of tbe Metropolitan Elevated railroad Ic Chi cape was destroyed by fire Loss 8100 000 The president of Venezuela has sent lisilo brother to Franco to reestablish too diplomatic relations and to buy arms James W Hawkins for many years assistant State treasurer under Dick Tate whose brother fn law be was died at Frankfurt It is stated that the now Danish Min istry has decided to accept tho offer of toe United States of 10000000 kroner for the Danish West Indies War between Venezuela and Colom bla seems imminent Venezuela baa addressed a note to all tbe foreign government defining lie position There was a duel in Russia between Prince Alexander Sayn Wlttegonsteln Berleburg and Prince Anatole Vladl mirovltch Barlatiosky and one was killed Too Rev Robert MacArthur of New York preached a sermon on Southern lynchings In which be declared that Ohio and Kansas have been as often disgraced as any Southern State At Wise VA John Fuqua colored was hanged Friday for the murder of Martha Wells his wife This was the first hanging In Wise county since the execution of the notorious Talk Hall the outlaw who killed 20 men Hubble k Cain Somerset have 30 cwo yeat + old steers good colors and dehorned for solo On Saturday Sept 14th 1901 At S p on the streets of Hustonvlle I will rent to tbe highest and best bidder my IIdless Particular on application to me at IIradtordl1lIIe lip MRS V A OWSLEY FARM FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Ed ward McCarty farm of 317 ACRES I DThree and one hall miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg Lexington Ky COMBINATION SALE oAL the liomoot R D llruce four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike on Saturday Sept 7th 1901 It D Bruce and Sim Slaughter will sell the following described property About head of horses and mules 40 head of milk sheeptpigs terming consisting at on plows harrows binder mower al buggpedrent tho grating privileges on 250 acres of bluegrass and clover Including straw until Jan 1002 also 5 acres of 3 acres of sorghum and 500 barrels of corn and various other articles Also 35 or ao hemp breaks all In good order Sale will begin ntDAil sharp PUBLIC SALE Owing to my advanced ageI will sell at westIDiem pike on Saturday Sept 14th I9OI My farm of 103 acres well Improved with commodious rosldence The outhouses aro numerous and In good repair Farm Is In tine stato of cultivation and Is wellwatered and fenced I will also soil a lot of person site consisting of horses cows yearling 0bensile calves hops sheep Ac A field of 25 acres of corn will also be sold Will also dispose of a largo amount of household and kitchen furniture farm wagon cud spring wagon and farming Im plement s Terms made known on day of MR PIHSCIUJ Hnowv lode McKInney Ky T D Engllh Auctioneer t BARGAIN PRICES I in Ready Mixed Paints For THE CASH After the rain has washed your house is best time to Paint We can Save theJyou money if you will call SCHOOL BOOKS TABLETS ETC C HCEROStaple r Groceries hardware Stoves Glassware Woodenware Chinaware Refrigerators Ice Chests 1theline other Also Stoves and andIJOHN BRIGHT JR CO Look Mother Looks j Hundred Pieces Boys Underwear Shirts and Drawers From 6 to 16 years Heavy winter weights worth from 25 35 cents each go on our counter this week at 15 cents Dont worry about how and why we do this leave that to but if you have boysjto prepare for school this winter this we claim is your golden opportunity to get just what suits for a mere trfle All out for your Inspection Come quick or your size will be gone JOHN P JONES StanfrodJ BetterThan Ever The fall line of Zeigler Bros shoes ladies and children We have all the lasts and leathers Our 2 250 and 3 shoes are as good and stylish as can be made You are never disappointed when you buy ShoesF- or splendid wearing medium price shoes buy Got dmans Come and let show you Severance SOIlS BUGGIES The Largest an Best Block of Vehicles in Central Kentucky Wo Have Now in Stock t 150 Yehicles Ranging In Price from Z5loo To 50000 Wa Claim to Retail Buggies For Than Some people Pay For Them Tinwartf f Freezersij of II Ranges markdown us new for new Zeiglers us I Selected Less bouJhltorsell on a jKentucky eSIeclalJ I over i- a Bruce a Bright Danville THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tittered n the pottoffice at Stanford at coondclasi matter 2saDlxatlaaTua4gp AnITriQva T1 PER YEAR CASH t8r When not sepsld B2OO will bechsrged MONEY TO LOAN In sum of one thousand dollars and over on farms only at 5 per cent Lone time and easy payments W A TRintlLE 3m Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Oteoeover blcfoberlaDrug Storeto the Owilcj I Building ReAe JONESDENTIST Stanford IvawweOffice over IIIgjlins McKlnneye Ston Telephone No 4S McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop IMoSinnoy a Ky Slake and keep constantly on hand the best of Hoar Meal Shtpstuff Bran Cluck en Feed c Prices very reasonable Ous tom grinding specialty D V Kennedy Miller Executors Notice I The creditors of D W Vondeveer decd are herebuy notified to present theIr claim against said estate bv Sept ivoi duly proven as required law All person owing said estate are requested to settle This Oth dar of July 1101 MARTHA J VANDEVEER Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all times W Logan Wood Manager FKRM FOR SKL6 I Containing IS3 acres two miles south McKlnnny on Mlddleburg 175 acre under fence and IBS acres cleared lias two dwellings with necessary outbuildings t both and well be sold In twi tracts of about equal amounts eras a whole For further Information call on or address o J B MORLEY McKinney Ky He Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Lincoln County BankaGCapital Stock nooOOO- Baeconor to The Farmers Bank 4 Trust Compan and under same management coutlnu DUlly for 33 Years Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping such builnmi relations will prop mutua Ij UnettcUl and plsu- DlIUCTOKSl J D Paxton Jti OWI Sr JH Jlenefef A W Carpenter W JL nl r J E LynnS Shanki J F Cub J J Owalty OFFICERS fn PresldentiJ shier W M lJ t Aut Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD sY- OapltaiStock 50003 Barplui 10000- Tola Institution originally established u the De po liB Dk ofStanford In ISIS then reorganized ai the National Dank of Stanford In ISM andagali eorganltol aa tUe First National Bank of Stanforc B IStt has had practically uninterrupted exlit MC for 41 years It is better supplied now with iacUltlea for transacting business promptly and rerallythaneverbeforeIn Its long and bonotab career Accounts of Indlrldusla fiduciaries fa ad UdlTldnali solicited DmiCTOHI F Reid Lincoln 001 J W Hayden Stanfur BT Harris sjz BauEb Dan JSHocker TFHU1- WF Walton W Ai llUt JUCulllerCrabOrchd Jus UoWnaon Unbble M DEImore Stanford ornciai JZL Rocker President J J McBoberti Cnhls r cc Valuable Property For Sale I I WISH to sell privately my dwelling and lot at Turncrsvltle house Is a com fortable one and there Is on the lot a storehouse blacksmith shop and tenant hOna0 Outbuildings are numerous and In re- paIr Apply to mo for terms and n further description of the property MRS SALLIE E RAILED TurLcrtvlIle I- fERDILLEHAY DANVILLE Y Manufacturer of BRICKAnd i Lime Cement o o Write For Pri- cesMONEY Life Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J S OWdLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Is and the shaded grounds present n appearance Guests be WIlling attention Hates Adults 85 per week dren under 12 years of age 260i horses J350 per week further Information apply to W M VAOOHAN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will bo at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sepf IS and examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 0 a m to S p m Farmers Roller MillsI STANFORD K7 MORRIS FRED PitorBiETOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all grind Ing and that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Meal ShiptufIChickoa Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give the best me butbearlumindalwaps that I need your FRED Prorpatronage Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danville pay VTedaesdsys and Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays Ofilce In the IVnnington nulldlngSUnforJO Ice Noun to 12 111 to r i- LOSTEOPATHY Thli Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Its re uttl no faith no drug no rubbing- nosurgialoperations and clalma bloC super uralgqulukey views is sijaeatteniuhybenfall par properly adjusted and not health U the Some of the diseases treated us Nervous Prostration Hoadacbo Neuralgia Rbenmatltm Eyes Oranulated Lids Goitre Cal4nbLtWelk Lung Constipation Plies Gall Stones Enlarged IrostiateaU Intestinal troubles ol tones and ich and Jrlnti Curvatures DlilocatlonsHtllTJoinU Paralysis Incontinence of Urine Locomotor ta F Dlseaes a specialty Consultation tree iG + MCMY DrlidfairESFIIW iV Manufacturer and Dealear In AH1TESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSV- NDERTAKEIB DKALKB9 IB Furniture MatUugsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKYa TEACHERS INSTITUTE Tho teachers finished their work Friday morning after a most pleaeant anl1 profitable convention of 4J days Following U Secretary Norths report of Friday mornings session The subject of Pbyelology and Hy glene was Introduced by Instruct Patterson wbo was followed by MIIsee Kato BUln Cotue Thurmond and TII den Singleton Prof Gawking gave an entertaining talk along this tubjec After recess some miscellaneous BUb jects were dleeufted bv the Instltut Tho ritolutlotit were read by Mrs M J Cocnran and accepted by the Institute After appropriate remarks by our efficient Aopertntendent and In etructor and Bloelng the Institute adjourned CHAKLKS NORTH Secy MISS MYKTLE UUOHES Assistant RESOLUTIONS The teachers of Lincoln county 8S eembled In Stanford Ky Aug 30tl 1001 do adopt the following resolution 1 That wo to Prof J II tereon our fullest appreciation for tho efficient manner In which ho has cot ducted our Institute and that we commend him to teachers of other countle and the general public as an Induiir out able and reliable Instructor who IS interested In all questions pertaining to the public choole and whose long experience places blm among the States most eminent educators 2 That we extend to Supt Slnglotoi our united thanks for the kind and courteous attention be elves us not lnly during the Institute but at all times and that we earnestly recommend hit to the voters of Lincoln county for re election to the Important office of su pcrlntendont of public schools a position which ho has so ably democstrated- blmself competent to fill 3 That wo extend our thanks to those citizens who have assisted In en tertalnlng us and also to those who have attended and taken part In tho discussions of our Institute that we are especially grateful to the lIon M C Saufley for the manner In which be re Iponded to our Invitation to address thi Institute 4 We realizing the dependence of cood citizenship on the of the risinggeneration and the Incfllclen sy of our present short terms do petlI Ion our General Assembly to apIpropriations sufficient to extend school teijma to at least nine months 5 That our thanks be tendered Mr Chas North and Miss Myrtle Hugbee for the capable manner In they have performed their duties as secretary and assistant secretary 6 That we request our superintendent to co operate with the superintendents of Garrard Boyle counties In loldlng a joint Institute to continue two weeks for the year 1002 and to secure the service of Col Francis Parkers Instructor M MCLLINS W F HlCKLE ComI MRS M J COOlmANI LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Jessamines corn crop ie up to the verago The Brodhead fair association willI build a half mile track- S D Goff bought In Scott 126 000 to 050 pound cattle at 4c Hamp MIze killed Bob Whlttaker on kagga Creek In Rockcastlo Matt Cohen of Richmond lost by death a gelding valued at 450 The Jessamine Journal reports a sale of 4000 bushels of wheat at OSc Hogs sold at 670 In Chicago Friday tbe highest price since August 1888I A S Beazlcy bought of Garvln Bros Junction City a horse for 8100 The Louisville Horse Sbow which eglna Oct 1 will give 114000 In prlz os J C Jobnstone bought of U H Pope a bunch of hogs at 5c Daovlllo Courier Six extra good Aberdeen Angus bull calves for sale J S Owsley Sr1 LanfordaFOR SALE 125 ewes and five South down bucks Powell Harper Hue nvlllo Ky Prince Alert beat Anaconda and Connor In straight heats at Providence R I Best time 204 L C King sold to W B Moss a pair- of mare mules for 8300 and to Ponce arson 70 tons of hay at 811 The Paris News tells of the sales of 40 butcher cattlo 1100 pounds average at 3io and 29 000pound heifers at 31eI John Gooch James Dalton Gooch Bros and R C Dudderar sold to Jas IcCarlcy 75 bogs for October delivery at5e W S Beazley and Gibbs fc Beazley of Garrard sold to Julian Frank Ml export cattle for September delivery at 5 37 to 5lc- Pennsylvania buyers got 120 mule col8 In Harrison at 823 to 830 One man refused 8110 each for six yearlings DemocratThe News reports tbe- sle of 500 bushels of peaches at 8175 but says they are so cheap now that If- does not pay to gather them A R Sawyer of Waukcsha Wis has been chosen professor of electrical engineering In the State College in Lexington to succeed Prof A R Stur jvaot John E Maddene Yankee at 4 to In the betting won the classic Futurity at Shecpsbcad Bay the richest fixture of the American turf 850000 Lux Casta was second and Baron third O Edwards bought of JC Gillespie of Sldevlew 30 choice walnut trees ending for 8500 in same neighbor bood a lot of ash and oak trees at per thousand feet Oynthlana Demo cratW F McAllater writes from Indian Miss SARA WOOD LYNN Who will represent Mlllcrsburg Co loge at the contest at Lancaster Thursday evening next Her subject la Gazelle or Swan apolls that Dr Monlcal Is winning eVj WUIIIlmsIrreatedt1raceW Baughman sold a fcr 8125 E P Woods sold to a party In Wayne county u mule for 870 Colcma VanArsdalo told to tame party ono for 50A of 40 cars of Irish potatoe was soot from Stockton Cal t6 tbe Middle and Southern States where tbe supply Is short The finest peach exhibit at the Buf falo exposition is from the orchard d F B Linvlllo of Pulaski There are 30 of them and they weigh 29 pounds Judge W U Holt United State judge In Porto Rico has purchased tbi A W Uurgo place at Pewee Valley including 23 acres and a handsome old residence paying 810000 for it The worlds wagon record with an amateur driver was broken at Wash In ton Park by F G Jones who drove the elgbl year ald pacing gelding Lit te Boy a mile In 203 35 the last of which was made tn 0SOi DOES PAT TO BUY CUEAPf A cheap remedy for couha and colds is all rlcht bur you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you dos Go to a warmer and more regular t limits Yes if possible if not possible for you then In either case take the only remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Uoschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expec oration gives a good nights rest ant cures the Try one bottle It1c- tlmmendctl many years blall druggists In the world Get Ama sac Fo sale at Peony Drug Store Stanford Japan is smaller than California but he has more than half as much popu atlon as the United States 14000000 WATER CURE FOR CnHOWlOCON- STIPATION Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each mast and just before going to bed alto a drink of water hut r cold about two hours after each meat fake lots of outdoor exercise walk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and- o many cases chronic constipation may e cured without the use of any medicine When purgative is requited take omething mild and getlo like Chamber ains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale bv Craig Hockor Fair Dates Bardstown Sep 35 days Russell Springs Sep 34 days Ellzabethtown Sep 104l1ays Bowling Green Sep 105 days Springfield Sep 114 days Glasgow Sep 184 days Loulsvlllo Interstate Fair Sop 23 12 days Tlirre Is more CUrrb In this section of the euntrjr than all otkcnlltrsMS put together until the Itit few vrsrs was lupnxrj to l e In sod ClolirronoueurItand by coniuutljr lilllnR to cure with such wi- lIInl rcDouDccJ It Incurable Scltncerest prono utorrb to Lea coDitllutlonsl dlwaw bu threror feOlulreoconlltutlonll tratmnt Jlalls Catarrh Cur usnuftcturrd by V J Cheney A Co Toledo Ohio Is the only ronttlutlonsl aura on market It fa taken lotelllallUn Joinl- rolll 10 drops to a teupoonful It acts terect tbe blood sod niurous surfaces ol the tjt liu They ror one hundred dolls for any care t fills to ire Send bar circular ant tlllnonllliAddress F J CIIENEV A lO Toledo 0 Sold b drugglate r5c Halts Vauilly 1llls are the be- stCINCINNATI All FESTIVAL Sept1628 EXCURSION RATES To The Queen CityIj Greatest attractions over offered Floral night pageant Industrial pa rare sacred concerts park fetes mid way fireworks etc W 0 Klnearaon G P A Cincinnati Get Rich J Others have done so why cant you Deposit your money with the trY TilE AYETTE INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY Where it will be safe nnd increase While You SleepA1 V 1JIiIILh JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent Stafford Fenale College+ Christian Horn School for the hi her education ol girl and young ladles Has all the grades of the best city grantmarjsohools and In addition the full rliu lay courses of study of tho best female colleges in the State Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough Instruction In all departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annual session i will open Monday September 21 Tuition fees range from flOJto 125 per term of OIweeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks 1100 For address IB T iFiasnKiiEiKroiisr JrlnJ Stanford KyIState College of Kentucky n The Agricultural and Mechanical State Collage College of Kentuckyt offers the courses of tudt viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Mathematical NormalIClassical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil s Engineering each of which extends over tour years und loads to a degree Poet gtadunto courses of study are also provided leading each to a masters degree Each course of study is organised under separate faculty The a general faculty numbers more than thirty profeftton nnd COUNTY APPOINTEES rewive tuition room fuel if they remain test mouths traveling The laboratories and muteums are large well equipped Imllrurtontand modern The lat Legislature appropriated 80000 for a college women and a drill gymnasium has been provided Military tattles and science are fully provided for as required by ContGraduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent lions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely la excess of theIability of the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 620IFor catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K IATTEHSOK Ih D LL D President rail term begins September I tool LCXINBTOX KY Good Bye StanfordGr- eat J Removal Sale of the Racket Store Vo have decided to move from Stanford to the East Now will lo your last chance to buy our fall and winter goods at prices never heart of before Utubmercs worth I5c yard removal sale Iii cashmeres worth 25c removal sale price lOo wore eads worth 60c removal sale price 23c per yard dress good worth 75c removal ale 34 s patent roller shades and Saturn At 8c lace curtains at 4lc a pair ma shine thread 2 spools Cc hair pins 3c a cabinet elastic webbing 2c per yard la t lies collars 2c Vo a pair worth SOc buttons 3 doz fur 5c all sizes silk ole spool laces embroideries ribbons all kinds of dry goods unit notions at 38Jo on he Clothing made for the fall and winter of 1001 and Ib02 Men a t5 suit for 1248 tlO suit for fJ 48 fll suits fur 1008 1875 suits for 8U3 mens all cool pants worth 82 a pair removal sale price 74c knee pant at He a pair mens iverconts from flOOto worth double suipnnders 8c a pelt boys shirts 8e and thousands of other bargain which we have no pace to mention Sale will begin Tuesday Aug 27 1001 and continue from day to day until everything Is sold House and lot for salo also horse surrey cow spring wagon and binder The Racket Store Stanford + Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor Lampsr150 Lamps at 100r4 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 i GEORGE H FARRIS CO Wo Will Take III Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards I Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Oats lay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY- A FirstClass Hoarding School For Girls J W McCARVEY JR Principal Faculty of tu teacher who wore educated at the leading Institutions of America and Europe and have roado brilliant records us Instructors evor ono u specialist in her do Music department exceptionally strong School apparatus and equipment excellent faro fussy teachers Frequent Illustrated lect urea free tho principal on his recent travels In Egypt Palestine and Europe De llght ut and healthful locations only one serious case of sickness In IS no hgher than other Orstclass school nor than many Inferior ones Send for catalogue