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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rT1i a r i 1 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL U VOL XXlxSTANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1901 9AM NO 551MIDDLEBURG tArcb Leonard Ii having quite a siege of tjpbold ovcr The woods aro alive with iqulrrols much to the delight of the sportsman There are moro empty bouict la Mlddleburg at preaeal than hare beet t for years An aiioclatlon of the Casey county r teacher will be hold hero the 4th Saturday In title month and will be largely attendedy The protracted meeting continues at the Christian church and though then ham been only one conversion to date much good It lure to accrue A Rood attendance is present at the night ser vices A protracted mooting will be cln at the Baptist church In two woek- 1Mr Ann Roy of Chattanooga II relatives here Mrs E 8 Fiber bal returned from the Joseph Price Infirmary at Stanford much Im proved In health E V Loveless of Somerset who served with I the writer In the Philippines Is visiting relatives hereCapt Raines the republican nominee for county Judge tells us he will get many democratic votes Needless to say no true democrat will vote for tbo captain If the Casey democracy ever did bavo a candidate tbat was desorv tog competent and warranted a united party such it the case with tbo candi date of the people Major W Jones A better fruit country couldnt be found In the United States than on some of our poor ridges and the people are Just beginning to awaken to tba v fact The peach and able crop of the Mt Ollvoand Bethel sections this year have brought hundreds of dollars Into the pockets of the fruit growers whereas tbo same land would bavo hardly sprouted blackeyed peas All kinds of fruit berries and vegetable flourish there The following Is a program of tbo Centennial Anniversary of the Daptlst church of MIddleburg to be held at this place Sept 20 to 22d Sops 20 11 M IOniIIUOW Firm a Foundation 2 Sermon Rev George Green Saturday Sept 21st Devotional Exercises conducted t t by Rev W E Foster 2 Lecture by Dr T T Eaton 3 Scripture Element of a New Tel lament church Revs J N Bowling II M Shouse and others 12 noon 1 Song and Prayer Service 2 History of the Church read by Q t rR Jones 3 Church Covenant read and die cussed 4 Mission of tbo Church Ron W E Foster and W DL Vines lit Home Training of Children Rev J B Ferrell Evening session 1 Devotional Exercises 2 Mutual Duties of Paetor and t WatklnAA of tbi Sunday School Lesson 2 Centennial Sermon by RevsT H Coleman or J M Sallee Noon General Experience Meeting 2 Scriptural Nature and the Order of Regeneration Repentance and Faith Rev Eugene Bailee and others 3 Bible Teachings tlpoa tbo Doctrine of tbo Depravity odHuman Nature Rev R B Mahony Night 1 Devotional Exercises Lecture The Reasons Whyj Wo aro Baptists Rev W P Harvey The majolty of the gentlemen on program were formerly pastors of tho Mlddleburg Baptist church Some of the most prominent Jlylncs of the flap tlsl persuasion In tbo South will bo present and the meeting promises to be ono of the most prominent and of gen oral Interest owing to the character and general mako up that has lately been held by Southern Baptists IQUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine In the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom hoard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of indigested food regulate the action of the sttlmulato the nervous andorganic action of the sys tem and they took when feel and bad with hedaches and other aces You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower In liquid form to make you satisfied lucre Is nothing seri ous the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac For sale at Penny Drug Store Stanford f tat How do you tell the age of a tur key1 By the teeth A turkey hasnt got teeth No but I have a m For a bad taste In the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab Blet For sale by Craig t Rocker v m r NEWS NOTES Sugars have bean odvancoa Are pointsJudge M Jr Durham has sold his residence In Lexington for 3500ICongressmen South Jolclng over the advent of a baby girl Filipino leader Angeles has ITho with 10 oRlcers and 22 menThe oncampmpnt of the Grand Army of the Republic has opened In St Louts The graded school at Lancaster opened yesterday morning with 300 pupil John Meager was dismissed at Lex ington for killing exMagistrate W J McNamara In Logan county Luther ShankI aged 17 shot and killed Ethel Hart another youth English capitalist are to spend I50 00000 In building a tunnel between Scotland and Ireland At Albla la Otis Green shot and killed his wife and then sent a bullet through his own bead Five men were killed and six were Injured In a collision on tbo Northern Pacific railroad In North Dakota- E A Gulllon who recently told the Carrollton Democrat to E C Smith has bought the New Castle Local Mayor Harrison of Chicago has ordered the police to arrest all anarchist speaker who use violent language Miss Zolah Hounsom was burned to death In her homo at Topeka Kan alter having been assaulted androb bedDr Johannes von Mlquel former German Minister of Finance was found dead ID bed In Frankfort ontbe Male Twentythree hundred people of whom 1500 live In Louisville wore on tbo books of the Scottish Security Company Strikers prevented men from return Ing to work In the National Tubo Com pany works at McKeesport and tbo plant us closed After witnessing an acrobatic performance at Taylorsvlllo John McGou hey became Imbued with the Idea of practicing fell and killed himself The Jury Inthe case of James Price charged with killing his eon tn law Charles Downing at Lexington failed to reach a verdict and was dismissed The grand jury at Lexington Ie pry log into tbo private gambling at Lox ington Ao Eastern man Is said to have lost 3500 In one of the swell club games Attorney General Knox refused the request of Acting Secretary of tho Navy Hackett to detail an assistant attorney to aid In conducting the Schlep Inquiry The State prison commissioner have contracted with Armour te Co to fur etch meat to tbo prisons for the next year at 6 cents per pound the lowest over made A Voice From the Wilderness a Biblical drama by Eduard Eisner In which John the Baptist Is the leading character is being rendered at San FranciscoThe of the society of the Army of tbo Cumberland announce that the annual reunion of that society and the veteran of that army will be held in Louisville on Pcrryvllle day Oct 8 and 9 The Massachusetts Frog Company has been Incorporated In Maine with a capital of 15000 The objects of the corporation as stated In Its application for a charter are to buy sell breed and Import frogs and like animals Thirteen leaders of the striking cl gar makers who were kidnaped by tho citizens of Tampa Fla bavo arrived In Key West They claim that they were left upon a barren Isle oil the coast of Honduras and say that they bad a narrow escape from death by etarvatlon and exposure The Commonwealth Is In possession of now and more damaging evidence against the men charged with tbo mur del of Gov Goebel The details of a secret meeting of the mountain bench men of Taylor and Powers have coma to light and they show more clearly the purpose of the mountain men ingoing to Frankfort and also the exist ence of a coDsplrraoy A former re publican Senator acted as chairman of the meeting He told the men that Goebel bad to be shot that they bad come there to do It and It was tholr duty to see that it was done Former Chief Justice Hazelrlgg will bo one of the witnesses for the Commonwealth In the trial of Jim Howard and it Is said Henry E Youtsoy may appear as a wit ness for tho defense VATFIl OUREJOKCRRONICOON STIPATIpN Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each aaal and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about two hours after each meal Take lots of outdoor exercise walk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and in many cases chronic constipation may be cured without the use of any medi cine When a Vurgatlve Is requited take something mild and getle like Chamber ales Stomach and Liver Tablets Nor tale by Oralg i Hocker LAND STOCK CROPS ETC White seed rye for sale J E Bruce Stanford E L King sold to J B Wtlbolt a horse for f E P Woods has24 shoats 00 pounds average for sale Madden gave 40000 for a daughter of Henry ot Navarre W H Shanks sold to T 0 Rankin a pair of mules for 1150 Silas Anderson sold to E P Woods 26 050pound cattle at 3io Lute it Co contracted to feed 100 hogs for C R Carson at So Feed Is very scarce but the crab grass crop Is the best in years olsalah Whlto sold to Stlgall Bros a nineton rick of clover hay for 297 J C Hay bought a bunch at hogs at Ho aid told them at 5c last week- J P lagram bought 24 mules at an average of 11185O1Ionilcello Record James McKcchnlo bought of C L Cover 11 twoyearold mules at In 25 J P Embry sold a farm In Fayotte county of 130 acres to Buford Allin at 1100 W E Amon sold to Pony Beazley 17 feeding cattle for Oct 10 to 25 delivery atlc Six extra good Aberdeen Angus bull calves for sale J S Owsley Sr StanfordSThousands of peach trees In Ohio af flicted with SanJoso scale will havo to be destroyed Fon SALEI25 ewes and five South down bucks Powell S Harper HUB tonvllle IC- yBubble ft Cain Somerset have 30 twoyearold steers good colors and dehorned for sale R Cobb sold to Stewart Martz 25 hlsb grade Shorthorn yearling heifer at a very fancy price George Phelps sold to Simon Well 32 export cattle averaging 1300 lbs at Co Richmond Register FOR SALE24 1050pound cattle good once Address W A Spragens Poware Casey county Ky 4t Charles Lutes shipped from horn to Cincinnati Saturday night 35 cows and heifer bought at 2i to 3tc M F Lawrence put 180 pounds each on 10 cattle for Burnsldo fc Leavell and got 435 per hundred for It J M Vaughan it Co shipped a train load of 19 cars 270 bogiheads of tobac co from Owensboro to the East The noted race mare Madrlleno Is dead at Asbland the breeding farm of T C McDowell near Lexington R C Nunnelley sold to Uriah Dunn a pair of mules for 6250 Anderson Nunnelley sold him a pair for 1240 E P Woods bought of John W Holmes 1400pound export cattle at sic also a fancy yoko of oxen at 3jc Brood mares bred to jacks and milk cows to swap for oxtra good pair of mules C H Singleton Crab Orch ard I M Dunn of Garrard sold to Fox S Logan six mule for 1000 Ho also sold to J C Johnson 35 hogs at5c Danylllo News- Mountjoy Speer sold tho premium Highland Denmark filly colt to Law renco Jones of Louisville for 1185 Anderson Newe- R H Bronaughs bang tails won two races at the Barbourvllle fair and come second In two They will start at the London fair this weak J H Ward has swapped the farm near Maywood ho recently bought of J H Boone for a house and lode Lan castor owned by Nick Vanhook of tbo Saufley section Lutes b Co bought 24 yearling cat tie yesterday at 3 to 31c They bought A W Carpenters hogs for last of this month delivery at Sic Thomas W Lawson through his manager Herbert Grey hasJIoffered Charles Marvin 5X00 for his twoyenr old filly Grace Elrod by Ceclllan 222 dam Elrod by Red Wilkes At the sale of R D Bruce and Sim Slaughter In Doyle Saturday 250 sheep sold at 210 15 horses at from 10 to 75 20 cows 115 to 135 bogs 5Jc A field of corn was withdrawn at 210 per barrel A Lexington dispatch says Negotla lane arc pending between a local real estate man and W C Whitney for tbo purchase of 2600 acres of land situated on the Richmond pike about six miles from Lexington at SO Tbo property embraces eight farms on which options have been obtained B F Sanders rL Bro and Watkins Caruthers of Loulavljle bought of Simon Well of Lexington 18 car loads of top hogs at Go to be delivered In Cincinnati Well delivered a car load of them Monday and Is to furnish tbo same number every In October November and December Sanders netted 1175 on last Mondays load Harrodsburg Democrat COURT DAYThere wore 140 cattle at A B Florences pone yesterday and about threofourtba of changed Lands They consisted principally of yearlings twoyearolds and prices ranged from 21 to 3c No butcher cattle were offered A number of mule colts sold A J Brown of Harrods burg buying 30 at 2831 Aged mule told at 895 to 8145 Few horses were sold I ASSASSINATED A Fiend Named Czolgosz Shoots President McKinley Badly Wounded But The Chief Executive May Recover Much Better ThisIMorningr 4 At 8 oclock this morning President McKinley was resting easy after a good night Everything points to his recovery and his doctors are very hopeful An anarchist attempted thenllfo of President McKinley in the Temple of Music at the Buffalo Exposition Friday afternoon us told In the numerous bul letlct posted by this office He was holding a reception and hundreds were coming forward to shake his hand The wouldbe assassin had his right band swathed In a handkerchief or bandage In which bo concealed a revolver As the president extended his hand to greet him the anarchist fired two shots One of the shots struck the right breast bone and inflicted only a fiesbs wound The other penetrated both walls of the stomach but above the Intestine Tbo wouldbe assassin la Leon Czolgosz Ho says he Is a disciple ot Emma Goldman He was overpowered at once and alter being roughly bandied was taken In custody by the police and removed ter to police headquarters InBuTalo where latar In the day excited crowd lurrounded the jail crying Lynch himIn the Metropolitan Methodist church In Washington where the pres- Ident Is a regular attendant the Rev H R Naylor the presldlngtelder de clared In referring to thejatlempied assassination of President McKinley that be bad almost become a convert to lynch law as tbo proper mode rot punishing such a desperate criminal At the close of a prayer service the members of the congregations adopted a resolution expressing their sympathy for the wounded president Six men were arrested In Chicago on Information from Buffalo that they were Implicated In the plot to assassi nate President McKinley The men were found In one house The plot Is said to have originated among mew here ot the FreeSoctety and the Buffa lo prisoner was selected by lot to commit the crime A Hoboken man who claims to be an astrologer says be sent this message to the president while ho was at San Francisco Your wife will live anoth cr yearuntil about next February or March but be careful of yourself You will be shot or stabbed during the month of Juno or else in September The pistol used by tho wouldbe us sasaln was of the double derringer va riety with two barrels ono for each bullet Had the pistol been of a kind holding moro than two bullets the President probably would have been killed on the spot Messages of sympathy for the stricken president continuo to flow Into the State department In Washington from the crowned heads the various govern menie diplomats statesmen and sol dlers throughout the world The impression that President Mc Kinley la strong physically la said to be a mistake He has not recovered from last winters attack of tie grippe He was a much sicker man than the public was aware of Tbo Improvement In the presidents condition was reflected In Wall street yesterday Stocks advanced and the tone In all financial matters was one of confidence In nearly all the churches of the country Sunday special services were held and prayers were offered for the recovery of President McKinley Emma Goldman Is under bUrvelllance not far from Chicago and her arrest may be expected at anytime Of 20 rulers slain In the last century it were presidents of republics The assassins name Is pronounced ua If spelled Cholgosh NOTHING LIKE OIL In dealing with man 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 bar it it is their best medicine for dis orders of the bowels In the mote se vere cases of diarrhoea and dysentery however Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy should be given after the oil operates and a quick cure Is sure to follow For Bale by Craig Hocker eqs Tbe first Interstate Fair ever held In tho South will take place at the New Louisville Jockey CJub grounds Louis ville beginning Sept 23 and clueing Oct 5 Exhibits of all kinds includ ing livestock poultry cereals and manufactured articles will be shown The railroads will give u roundtrip rate of one fare ARRIVING DAILY Largest Line of Fall Novel elties we have ever car ried at all prices IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied mILLER HIM Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co Ultras perfect Every Pair Guaranteed Perfect In every detail Our fall stock is now in Patent Leathers Ideal patent kid Enamels heavy welt sole patent and plain tips rope stitch sole The very newest things of the season TERMS CASH I HrJ McROBERTS HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford U ICE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG GO TO W B McRoberts 1 Druggist For Wall PaperIWhite Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish land Varnish Stains t e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Democratic Ticket 5 For State Senator l GEO T FARRIS F For Reprtttntatite M F NORTH I For County Judge j 4JAS P BAILEY j For County Clerk c00PERitFor County Attorney HARVEY HELM for Sheriff M s BAUGHMAN For Assessor M G REYNOLDSFor W I HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON In Candidate for Railroad Gommlulontr tor the Zd District roblect to the will of the democracy- i t IN all the annals of assaeslnatlo there has never been one so causeless as the attempt on the life of President McKinley which Friday afternoon shocked the entire civilized world Elsewhere In this Issue the details of the horrible crime are given In his own unassuming and democratio way the was receiving his fellow countrymen In tho Temple of Music at Buffalo A well dressed fiend taking advantage of the time approached and as the bead of the greatest nation on earth extended his hand tired two sbots r from a pistol concealed In a handkerchief One struck him In the breast and glanced the other penetrated both walls of the stomach An anarchls who gave his name as Leon Czolgos did the dastardly deed and be was arrested at once He Is a German Poll 29 years old lives In Cleveland 0 and claims to have acted on his own motion without accomplices because he did not like the government That it was a damnable plot however of those hell spawns of humanity the anarchists there can be no doubt and already a number of them have been arrested all being foreigners The killing of a king might upset tbe gov ernment but no possible good could accrue to those who hate all forms of government and order by the assassl nation of a president of the Unite States The successor is provided for through many persons and no matte If the president or those succeedlni him be killedIIGod reigns and tbe government at Washington will still live The attack on Mr McKinley was therefore as foolish as It was des t cbarmIIOij man of heart of generous impulses andI of noble bearing He Is loved by met of all parties for kindness courtesy and patriotism and is recognized as a mod el man for the head of a government of the people by the people and for the people The attack therefore falls not Only upon Mr McKinley but upon thi whole nation and calls for the dlresi punishment The perpetrator should not have been permitted to live a moment after the crime That Is one case where lynch law would have been thoroughly justifiable and it ought to have been resorted to as there is no adequate punishment for such fiends by the law Should the president get well Czolgos could only be given 10 years the high est penalty In Now York for attempted assassination Anarchy and anarchist should be wiped out of this country and If the law cant do it let the peo ple act The prayers of all good people and of a reunited country are as cending to tbe throne of grace that tbe great and good man who has been so ruthlessly and dastardly stricken down snail soon be restored to health and to tbe country which loves and honors him for the many noble traits of mind end heart for which he is poted and which stamp him truly great May God grant him speedy recovery and send death and damnation to the plot ters against all governments and drive tbe last suspicion of anarchy from the land of the free and the home of tbe brave IT is gratifying to note that Prof G H Russell won out In his fight for the princtpalship of the Richmond School Except that he Is a democrat and a gen tleman he would never have been turn ed down by the republican school board In Lexington where he was superin tendent of all the colored schools There was no Intimation that be is In competent or unworthy for be is a highly educated and accomplished Ne gro He Is a democrat and had done good work for his party and that alone was sutllclent to damn him in the eyes of the partisan board From Lexing ton Prof Russell wont to Richmond where the same war was waged against him and which Judge Scott has hap pily put an end to i i r J CHAIRMAN YOUNG has called a meet log of the State Central and Executl Committees at Frankfort today to consider the question of a primary eleotlon to decide who shall be the democrat nominee for U S Senator The call was made at the request of Smith and Wheeler united In by Cantrlll GoV McCreary raised valid objections at tbe late hour to a primary but conclud his letter with the assurance that If after a full hearing It is deemed advls ble he will submit his claims to tbe democratic voters as ho is also wllllnJr to go beforSenators and Legma tore to abide the results of the action of the General Assembly In democrat caucus and election by constitution l requirements To a man up the tree the scheme looks like an effort to throw down Gov McCrarywho has the nomination won and It js hoped that the committee will not become a party to lu Gov McCreary has voted more than once in Congress In favor of amending the constitution provldit or a direct vote of the people for Senator and 1s heartily In favor of SUCb an amendment but he does not think It air at this stage of the canvass for the committee to change tbe present arrangements Besides numerous nom tees for tbe Legislature have committed themselves in favor of some cand late and the nomination by a primary rould hardly be fair to the members he Legislature or the candidates wbo had thus committed themselves The people who have named their nominees rould consider It an unwonted dictation The voters are not demandln a primary andas the governor says for the candidates to get together and the ommlttee accede to their wishes In ailing a primary would be a precedent In Kentucky that would have the aj carance of candidate combination gainst the constitutional rights of the Kjglalaturo to name the man for tble office It is suggested that the primary be held at the November election but even If hold then It would necessltat a large outlay of money Three thoi sand precincts at 83 a precinct woul ggregate 24000 and this amour would fall on the candidates Beside lit would create much confusion and discord and might militate against tbe ounty tickets Let the commute think twice and consider long before ranting tbe Innovation THE city council of Harrodsbur made a ICOUP detat the other nigh Then it decided to appoint a city judg and attorney instead of permittln lelr election by the people The char ter Iso framed that the council can boose as to the methods Heretofor the council has allowed the people to elect the police judge and city attorney but reserved the right to elect the mayor collector and other official sting on this rule the republican went ahead and nominated candidate for the two offices and there is grea kicking over the action of the council but it will be like the silly performance told of In Scripture The vote on tbe question was 0 to 2 tbe Negr c iuncllman voting with the democrats The fight will now be for councilmen but as three of the four wards are demo ratlc the result Is not bard to foretell There la a republican majority of 200 In Harrodsburg but the wards are so arranged as to overcome it Al II- fair In politics as well as In love and tbe democrats are only doing as tbey would have been done by had the sit uatlon been reversed Good luck and iccess to them JOE JEFFERSON the treat actor must think ho will live forever He Is booking for 1003 now although he Is nearly 80 years old Manager Scott of the Lexington Opera House who- bas him also for next April bas closed a contract with him for April 23 1903 POLIO P Booker Reed says he wont vote- for Sappa nominees In Louisvill- eR C Browning got the Instruction of Whitley for representative for that county and KnoxVCarlo B Little of Manchester haa- again been retained as counsel for Howard In his approaching trial Senator Fairbanks thinks that the attempt to assassinate President McKinley would result in Congress taking active steps to suppress anarcby Part of the money raised by the Wo mans League for tbe defense of Jim Howatd in the second trial of his second murder case has been generously used by him to pay the doctor costs of- his third attempt to commit murder Better change that name to tbe Female Society for Encouragement of the Fine- Art of Murder Louisville Times Circuit Court began at Danville yesterday In his address to the grand- jury Judge Saufloy said he felt It waa- tbe duty of every citizen In this country to express his condemnation of the attempted assassination of the President and be took that occasion to de nounc the crime and the perpetrators He aleo denounced anarchy In measured terms He said be was not an advocate of mob law but be- wall amazed that the assassin was not- torn limb from limb He closed with the word May God spare the- life of WmMcKinley John W Buchanan a leading real- estate agent of Louisville died of apoplexy o ABOUT HARRODSBURG A week spent in Harrodsburg bas changed very materially my opinion of that place It Is not the bad town I Once thought it was but on the contrary an ideal little olty where good peo pie are largely In the majority and where law and order are as much reo spectod as any place In Kentucky It is true that red llcker Is sold there and a fellow hunting a game of cbance might perchance be accommodated fled a town of Its size In the State wheroI such conditions do not exist and I w name a dozen or so where they do Harrodsburg is all right morally andI the person who charges that it Is a verI- table Sodom either disregards the truth or hasnt taken tho trouble to find out facts August and September are not Ihely months from a business standpoint and August I am told was pretty quiet at Harrodsburg but September sot In much better and last week was a lively one with business men generally Several thousand people attended court Monday and an Immense amount of business was done Both banks were crowded with customers merchan generally bad all they could do wblle the Harrodsburg Democrat actually bad three men raking In ducats and booking new subscribers and job work Saturday was another big day the crowd being fully as large as that of an ordinary court day at Stanford Harrodsburg has more floe residences ban probably any town In the State size of course considered There are scores of palatial homes but those of Jessrs Dan Moore and John Cassc re magnificent Indeed There are few more elegant homes on Louis 11106 fashionable Fourth Avenue or any wlysre else ae far as that Is concerned and they are as handsome urnlshed as they are grand In strut tureIand a visitor is not permitted to remain a stranger long I must have met it least half of the 4000 citizens durln my stay and I am glad to say that I ormed some friendships of which I am very proud I was treated most courteously by the people In general whoa ilndncss I shall long cherish Everything is all right In Harrodi mrg except the water and the court louse but they are bad In the superb ive degree The courthouse is tbe worst and oldest in the State and nany of the good people are ashamed of It and are determined not to put up long er with It Tbe water Is simply horn ble Not even the poorer class will at empt to drink It and many of thou who can attend It get other water for lathing purposes It comes from Sal river and looks more like elder than tbe pure article While the postofHce at Harrodsbur is well attended to Postmaster Florence could give Postmaster Tomllnioi some valuable pointers By the way here are about a dozen dally malls but I didnt stay long enough to find out from where they all come It take a letter from one to three days to cove the distance between Stanford and Har odsburg but I suspect the careless postal clerk rather than tbe postmas ter at either end Is to blame The democratic party Is in goof Nape in Mercer county and some predict a landslide for the democratic nominees The ticket Is a splendid one from top to bottom and it ought to win hands down- I am glad to tell his friends here tha my brother Is doing splendidly wltl the Harrodsburg Democrat The subscription list is rapidly growing and fencer county people in general are bowing their appreciation of the goof mi weekly he is Issuing Assisted by- Mr John G Pulliam as local editor and Mr D M Hutton as foreman and bead job printer It is no wonder that the paper le a model from every point of view There Isnt a finer printer In- the State than Mr Hutton who takes rldoln making the Democrat look clean and readable at all times E MATRIMONIAL- R M Wall the well known class drummer will wed Miss Jessie Wood of Ironton 0 next month Littleton F Price aged 80 and a Idower and Miss Leanna Preston just 10 were made one at Mrs Emily restons yesterday The Cincinnati Enquirer In its answers to correspondents says a lady la supposed to be an old maid at tbe- age of 30 and a man attains bachelor hood at tbe age of 35 A premarltal contract was entered Into by Miss Rosa Green and Mr Tele maque Kcsganly who were married In aulsvllle by which Miss Green gets- an allowance of 1250 a month and all- ber husbands estate it she survives blm Miss Green evidently has an eye to business and doesnt let love run raywith lucre IAME NEAR BEING A ORIPPLE Josh Wcsthafer of Loogootce Ind is a poor man but he says ho would not be wltLout Chamberlains Pain Balm if cost five dollars a bottle for It saved him- from being a cripple No external ape Ication is equal to this liniment for stilt- anll swollen joints contracted muscles stilt neck sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains It has also cured nu- merouS cases of tpartint paralysis It for sale by Craig R ilocker nr Mens dots 39c Pick of our mens flea ISOc 75o and U straw cents hats this wetk only 3i Cuffs 5c IColored colored cufli quality re duced to 60 pair I Mens Suits 495 Fine English black and blue worsteds regular 1760 quality reduced to I U05 IParasols 98c c 82 going never Shoes 98c IMens heavy or worth 1150 go in this wonderful sale at PSc pair I Window Shades 90 00 dozen felt window shades mounted on self acting rollcss complete with fixtures at 9c Shoes 169 IMens mens patent shoes regular 13 to close out at e9 trr250 Suspenders 15o 75 dot mens suspend en best 25c quality in the market special till till this lot is sold at 15c 69cI The Greatest Sensational Bargain Sale of the 20th Century losing Out to Quit Business Sale Of The The LouisvilleStore Will Continue Until The Entire Stock Is OLOSEH OUT i Thousands have taken advantage of this great moneysaving oppor tunity within a radius of fifty miles The Louisville StoreStanford Ky talinger Bros Prors Mens Shirts 49c All fl negligee shirts collars and cuff detached to clue out quick at 49c 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES boyle Doty aged 50 died In Mad son Wells Bros store In Madison burned toes 3000 Miss Suo Belle Flble lormerly of Danville died at Colorado Springs Rbodcll Phillips was given 20 years at Wllllamsburg for the murder of John O Strunk Machinery for boring oil will arrive at Junction City In a few weeks and work will begin Immediately Stephen Wooldrldge narrowly ci coped death by being thrown under a mules heels at Darrodsburg Ivan C Waterbury A B A M PhD of Chicago University has accept ed the chair of English In Centre Col legeTbeTlp Bruce farm of 115 acres on the Perryvllle pike near Danville Wl bought by G W Dugan for Mrs Roberts at 70 The Athletic Association of Central University has employed George F Whitney a last years Cornell man to coach the foot ball team this season Judge Thomas Z Morrow has caller a special term of the Pulaekl circuit court for September 14 to try the cae 3f the Union National Bank of Louis rllle against the Somerset Banking Company Holly Strutton the condemned murderer In jail at Lawrenceburg bas ad Iresaed u letter to the jury that tried him asking them to call and let him toll them that ho made no threat against them Dr J W Meyer aged 84 died auhe home of his son Tbornwell Meyer In Boyle county Friday after severs years of Declining health He was a native of South Carolina Five children survive him The fourth trial of Doc Lowry for criminally assaulting Mrs Hamon Million In Madison resulted in a verdlc for 15 years He was given 20 year before but the court of appeals reo versed the verdict James ORear of Somerset in tbe employ of the Q C was arrested On a warrant charging him with an assaul ipon Miss Eliza Gill daughter of Geo 3111 of the Dabney section of the county as she was passing through B unnel near Greenwood- W R Dllllon has through his attorneys Col Welch and Judge Alcorn of Stanford and Brown L McClure of this place brought suit against Bow nan 1f Cockrell to force them to move heir boom on Rockcastlo River near Jlvlngston Mt Vernon Signal Boyle Gill Boyle managing editor of tbe Louisville Post suffered a severe ccldent while in Michigan on a flahlnE rip He ran a hook into his thumb which had to be amputated to prevent blood poisoning The operation was performed by Drs J W Guest and W- O DuganThe Vernon Signal says that when only a boy 11 years old Harve Long left Pulaski county and went to the State of Missouri and for the last 30 years had been unable to hear any Ling from his brother Anderson who now lives near Walnut Grove Pulaski county and thought he was dead Recently he heard where be was and al hough 82 years old at once boarded tbe train for Kentucky Those who were present when they met say that there were never no two happier souls tban they John Nelson the Chicago bicyclist died from Injuries sustained in a race wltb Jimmy Michaels In New York e 1 Kid Gloves 150 dos ladles line kid gloves black and all oth er colors worth 150 our price GOc I ladles Skirts 980 Ldlc black and fancy dress skirts worth 2 put In this sale at USe fir ttasoaattettt merchants yard- Bleached onltI 4 theConsumers Customers purchase DOLLAR in ad1 to PER CENT SCRIPT i PUKCUASK Merchants belong to Asio wide INTERIOR JOURNAL WALTON ProprioldrrFINIC PIUNTIXO Severance it Notions Pennys Drug Choinionls- W t Withers Furniture Carpots Ao- Iliggins MoKinney Groceries Hardware Implements II J MoRoberts Gents Furnisher Annie Phillips Milliner William Hnmilton Jeweler T 4lllen Lulnbort NONE BUT GENUINE I Deering but keep but the genuine Unless the Veering apl On know not genuine D S CARPENTER HuMonvlIlr GREAT BARGAINS I THIS I at In the on Otten pike for the tilt worth of bargain at my I am hnnd Clothing ual to new new Clothing Furnishing Good Cape etc not to ronize me promUIng treatment a Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain me to town Wo sell Morris Freds Roller wt It at the Exchance CINCINNATI STORE M CINCINNATI FALL Sept 1828 EXCURSION RATES To The Queen City Greatest attractions offered pageant pageant Industrial concerts fetes fireworks etc W C Kinearson G P A Cincinnati NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W BTO2B tc S3H JUNCTION CITY FlritClait Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Hay Sale t ewe Linen Collars 5c Mens 4 Linen Col tars all sizes tho kind other uk our pries fio 7 Mens Pants 9cIThe kind liewhcre wo have bout 75 at 4 o ti Ladles Shoes 69cIWe have only 160 pairs ladles sample shoes left worth from 12 to 13a palr nil so at titl- ePercale I Yard wide 5cIand dark hue only 15 lie per Cotton 5cIJut received 50 bolts if bleached cotton no tarch In It worth 7Je a lard reduced toot Ladles Waists 39cy t of 75e and iI ladies waist light lark color reduced to S9 teats 98c Boys knee pant stilt worth 12 in tale cenlaJ FREE IS FREEtIerclaanhtDont fail to ask and BENEFIT SCRIPTtake notice that for every cash of ONE from any Merchant whoso appoan this you A 5Which they will accept for 6 cents on every CASH OF ONE DOL LA RAnd take special notice that the who this aro tho awake and keep the test stocks of goods and their price are the lowest EC Sons Dry Goody Shags Store Drugs ant W and Miss R E L Simms Conl Donlor Co handle Harvester Extra and Fixtures none name them you may they are MONTH have located Crab Orchard Ceo Holme store near railroad helm purl e of giving you people your money You will alway rind toro selling second aLo and Gents Fine shoes IUU that you will forget pat fair give you Store CrJl and see when you come will sour and meal from Farmers 1Us Stanford prices sold JIAUOAIN HEISEIt rnon FESTIVAL ever Floral night pa raile park mid way Pros KY Men and For ply styles and iSo you pairs left Choice nil and Boys Suits this name entitle elation most Hoping Its a Long Subject but were going to ten only very little about It For thirtylit years nearly thlrtytevcn The Royal Tailors of Chicago hive been telling people how to dress wcaand it the same time cut the price Rut they are betty Jam thin they IreIttllen They are not only prepared to Cho- wThe Man From Mlwouri but they are toeidayshowing the men and young men and +boys of all America how garmenti can be made tomeaiure midetofit made stylishly shapely and tititctorily at about onehalfto two thirdi at much ai other tailors usually could be satisfied of thus you would very promptly decide to Pay Less sad Dress Better r11Weloring We cany the complete Royal line and art showing over five hundred patterns In beaut iful lultlngi and overeating this season Every reader of this paper II Invited to call thamSOLE AGENTS I Stanford Kentucky l J 6 n ft i1i r i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 STANFORD KY SKIT 10 1001 r TRY the Judge Taft cigar for a choice imoko at Pennys Drug Store OUR proscription work Is unsurpass ed Try ui and bo convinced Peony a Drugstore tjiPERSONALS r Mn It 0 WARREN U la Frankfort ifV BORN to the wife of Jog Chancellor- a ion MR W G WlTUEiia Is out alter an lllneu of three weeks 1 W L GRAHAM of Louisville was the guest of the Misses King MR A J RICE of the Markibury t ti section of Garrard U very III MRS WILt SrimlY of Livingston li vldllnir Mn John Crutc Ooli1 i MRS E C WALTON and Clalborno spent a couplo or days in Harrodiburir Miss MAOOIE MITCHELL of Richmond It visiting Mn Salllo Johnson Saufeycleftcityg D W TRUJHLE of Richmond Is visiting his sister Mr P P Nun nel- leyIMIsa KATE SunorsHinE of Dan Illo la visiting Mr and bin G C i Keller a LITTLE JENNIE GRAHAM BRIGHT of Danville fi the guest or MUiJoicphlne Keller Mil D G HOLMAN and wife left Saturday to make their home at Drew N ton Ala- I MR GEOHGB T McRonrnTS of v Brodhead was here yesterday talking IJemocrlc1t hi0OU Sand Walter hopper a have matriculated at Central Univcrsi Danvillef 10MISs ALICE ALCORN left yesterday tor the Uutlalo Exposition and other a polnw North REV W S GRIXSTEAD of Taylors 19yule U here with his daughter Mr B H Beaaloy MiBStts NELLIE AND SUE WIIITLYE MurilHY spent several days with relai the Ip DanvlleIMR T MrslDR G GOLDSTEIN the optician will ba at the Veranda Hotel Sept IS and 10 Two days only JUDGE R J BRECKINRIDGE spent a portion of Sunday with his friend Judge M C Saufley J t MR MAX SALiNGEitaHlitcd the boys In tbo Loulivllle Store yesterday and they told stacks of goods t tA LITTLE daughter arrived Sunday to bleu the union of Mr and Mrs E O Singleton of the East End THE aged Mr C A Redd of Crab t sontvery MISSES OLIVE DALDWIN of Rich mood and Sarah Burgess of May vllle aro guests of Mr W C Shanks MRS BJSTTIE MCKINNEY and Miss Nettle Wray chaperoned by Dr J F Pevton aro sojourning at Dripping rrSprings GEO D FLORENCE left yesterday to enter Georgetown College He ia a One young man and tbo bet wUhe of many friends go with him MRS ANNA D VANARSDALE who 1has been with her daughter Mr H J T J McRobert for several months roo turned to Harrodiburg Friday MRJG HACKLEY of this county who was a member of Harvards class of 1001 has a good placo with an elec trical company In New York City V uMiss VIRGINIA LYNAM has returned to her home near Louisville after spending two week with here grand mother Mr Virginia F King and oth er relatives MR E ACiULTON the clever sec rotary of tbo London fair was hero yesterday advertising tho exhibition which begins tomorrow and continues II v over Friday COL JOHN HAMILTON of Rldgctown Ontario Canada arrived Saturday to run tbo business of hit son William Hamilton who will go to Canada to bo treated for gravel MR J F RlGNEY of tho Hubblo section was In town yesterday nursing very toro hand Ho cut It wbllo on his farm and tho doctor n that blood poison will set in taMR B N ROLLER and wife and Robert Cbappoll and wife aro back from the Buffalo Exposition a tour of Canada They taw Pros 4 Idont McKInley the day before bo was shot DH AND MRS N fl MCKINNEY of Carlisle wore visiting Mrs Bottle Cobb McKInnoy and other relatives They returned yesterday accompanied r by Mrs W M Bright and Miss Flor f once Moyera WA MORROW ESQ one of the brightest lawyers In tho State was up from Somerset Saturday to consult with coattorney In tho cases against the Cpl lcers of the Somerset flank who ore k bo tried at Danvlllo this week MR W C MYERS aged 80 and as V lively as a cricket was Up from Casey yesterday and paid this ofllco a call Mr Myers voted flrt for James K Polk for president and baa boon voting the democratic ticket over since Ho ii falls us that ho spent the night on ono occasion with Mr who had just served a term as governor of Tcnnes 1 see 1 oc REV M A HART of Lexington is JWablrtbday DalbyaeeptedInvitation tamed by the pretty little hostess MIs Gregory was the recipient of a umber of birthday presents LOCALS GOOD lot of board on hand G H Farrl A Co SCHOOL books andcboo1supplies at Craig Hooker AUOCT tbo average crowd attended court yesterday and business mall lines was fairly good I HAVE just received a choice lot of now fall goods Como In and Inspect them U C Rupley It ATTENDsaleof Mrs Prjscllla Brown near McKInnoy Saturday See ad in another column WE have plenty allds of feed such as hay corn oat and ihlpttuff Cheep tor cash J H Baughman CoaSALE SalIllee Bailey sold to Mr JT Neal her residence store house and lot at Turnonvlllo for II 000 FOR SALEMy residence with six acre of ground whore I now live Easy payments Martha J Vando veeraFIVE shares in the Commercial Bank of Liberty changed hand last week at 1130 Mr W C dyers refuted 82800 for his 20 shares Saturday last THE fairginsand contlnucathrce days The L L N will tell roundtrip ticket at ono faro Go and baye a good time TILE L willsell roundtrip tick ate at ono taro to Naihvlllo Sept 12 to 21 final limit 23rd on account of the Elks Carnival ndStreot Falrthcro FOR Tbo undo and roil dance portion of Central Christian Col loge flustonvllle See B J Pinker ton Stanford or James Frye Huston vllle DcLK The wife of Zack Delk died at Yosemite Sunday of typhoid fever She was a daughter of Taylor Durham who was burled lees than two weeks agoJ E PORTMAN baa rented his store room as well aa second tory to a Loulivlllo gentleman who will take possession Jan 1 and open a stock of good The lease is made for three yearsACQUITTEDJnmasNick Smith was acquitted at Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon for shooting and wounding Walter Humber colored He will bo tried hero this afternoon for killing Sam Humber HUSTONVILLE will bavo a cutter with mo Sept Id and 17 from the Globe Tailoring Co We will show 600 pattern In the bolt enabling you to see Just bow your suit will logic after It la mado up AJ Adams ACcEITEOHoo Den B King notl fled the republican committee yester day that he had accepted their nomlna Lion for representative The next thing In order now la to snow Mr King uc der with Hon M F North TilE Maccabeeo of Liberty will give a grand picnic at the fair grounds there Saturday Sept 21 at which there will be speaking base ball playing borao and foot races c Mr G R Wilkin son was hero yesterday having printing done for It TilE Harrodsburg Democrat which wont to prose at 4 p M Friday had an account of tbo assassination of the president as full aa was obtainable at that hour You cant head off that pa per and this They are newspapers In tho strictest eenso A NUMBER of snares stock In the Cedar Sinking 011 Co of Wayne county was sold hero yesterday by Mr W R Williams of Huitonvlllo Tho companys leases loin the noted Nocloy Company and Mr J W Lockrldgo of HuBlonvllle la president I HAVE placed all of my accounts In tho hands of Mr John J MoRobertsat the First National Bank where I hope ray former patrons will call and settle All accounts not paid by Oct 1 will be placed In an officers hands for settlement Miss Llcclo DeazleyIt J A ESTES thought he had killed a burglar Sunday night He hoard a noise In the room ho keeps his meat In and went to Investigate What ho thought was a man came toward him and Mr Bates fired When tbo smoko cleared away ho found that ho had kill ed a big dog CRAB ORCHARD W CEgbert of Chicago with Lelglo and Cooper after an absence of 17 months made a visit of two weeks to his mother Mrs Kato Egbert at Crab Orchard Mrs Betsy Hlgglns of Stanford and Miss Katie Davis of Richmond bavo returned home after a visit to Mrs Egbert CASH for eggs J B Biggins at tbo Depot BEFORE buying a drill see George H Farrl dt Co a I HAVE just received a big lot of harness saddlery c J C McClary THERE was nothing worth mention ing done in the county court yesterday WANTED boarders at the Miller reel dente on Lancaster street Mrs A B WithersaSEED WHEAT Como and see our Northern teed wheat before buying J H Baugbman fc Co dISEPTEMUER 22d i tbo last day for filing claim agalnit the county to bo allowed at theOctober term Geo B Cooper clerk tL F ELKIN lost a pocket book con taming 877 either on the L d N train or between here and McKlnney Re ward for Itt return OILMr C L Prultt who lives near Crab Orchard tells us that be thinks he hat oil land A well was bored on hie place about 30 year aiL to tho debth of 400 feet and from It come a blue greasy looking fluid that ho II satisfied I s oil Rocks broken open on the place have very much the odor of oil and be has other reasons for believing that thero It oil on his farm on men might correspond with Mr Pruitt at Crab Orchard HORSE TIIIEF ARRESTED P H Hell said to be a ton of Rev J T Ball of tbo Gravel Switch ectlonwa arrested at Junction City last nlghtand placed In jail here for stealing a horse from Samuel Isaac a neighbor He was hero yesterday trying to toll the horse Mciin J R and E H Beat loy recognized tbo horse as the one they had tried to buy a few weeks ago Hall confessed the theft to Sheriff Owens and says he wants to be tried at once Ho la about 22 year old A DISPATCH from Somerset says the 50 per cent dividend to creditors of the Somerset Banklcg Co put in clrcula tlon in Somerset and Pulaskl county over 882000 that hOt been tied up since the failure of the bank August 17 1000 It it now believed that the creditors will receive dollar for dollar and Inter eat from the date of failure until paid and without attesting tbo stockholders more than 10 per cent It It alto said If the bank could be gotten out of tbo band of a receiver there would bo no necessity for an assessment NEWS OF THE ASSASSINATION The monotny of a dull Friday afternoon In this ofllco was broken at 4 oclock by an Inquiry from Mitt Sue Rout of the telephone office Have you heard that the president was assassinated A reporter was soon at the telegraph of fice where Mr W H Pettua gave ua tbo quickest service and a confirmation of the report Tho news was Immedi ately bulletined and we kept the people thoroughly Informed of the condition of the president that evening and all next day The people rolled on us for the news and aa usual wo accommodated them They know that tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL la a newspaper and never falls to get tho latest of every thing that Is going FOUND DEAD Mr Jesse Swope who was visiting at Mr J L Tottens was found dead In his room at 0 oclock yesterday morning Ho was a sufferer from asthma and had bad a running ulcer on hit left shoulder for some time Ho was not feeling well when he retired Sunday night but neither ho nor Mr and Mrs Totten thought there was anything seriously wrong They heard him walking In his room about 4 oalock but paid no attention to It and were greatly shocked two hours later to find him dead Mr Swope formerly lived In this county but has resided at Morristown Ind for some years Ho was 65 years old and unmarried and was a strict member of the Christian church Ho was u relative of Mrs Totten and bad fro quently visited her The remains were taken to Danvlllo and this afternoon they will bo laid to rest in the cemo tory by the side of two of his brothers CHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Livingston Rev A J Daugbortco and MrT J North are conducting an Interesting mooting at Pine Grovo There bavo been seven additionsEld G Livingston tolls ua that Rev J L Allen of Danvlllo writes him that he la not able to assist In tbo meeting at Goshen and It has been in definitely postponed There wore nearly one dozen addl tloos to Broadway Christian church during the summer Tbo pastor Rov George Gowen took his vacation by piecemeal and carried on the work Courier Journal The elders of the Christian church at Harrodsburg tendered the pastorate of tbolr church to Eld M Cano Buck ner of Mt Sterling He la a nephew of Rev Dick Gaao tbo Confederate general Wo are for him Democrat Tho Presbyterian church at Win chester will be formally dedicated September 15 A large debt was created In building the church which has re cently been paid Dr JJ Cblflholrf who was pastor of the church when It was built will have charge of the ded Icatory services eJ It Is likely that Bishop Dudley will be transferred to the diocese of Long Island goodlikenesscer of whom it says He it 03 pears ole and as active as the ordinary man 60 years his junior For 75 years he has been in the Baptist ministry dur ing which tlmo ho has baptized 5000 people preached more than 5000 fu nerals and officiated at 4500 marriages His wife aged 01 died a few montbt ago A COMMUNICATION Mr Editor Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I suffered for three years cub the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights 1 tried several doctors and vari ous patent medicines but could get noth ing to glvo me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine which has completely relieved meW- S Brockmiu Bagnel Mo This remedy It for sale by Craig Hocker FARM FOR SALE K rmof about 60 acres S4 miles from Hut Carpenterwith traction engine Will sell teawjnrblr Apply to JOHN DINWIDDIE 1m Utmonrllle Kyr ESTRAYR- ed hog white shoulders neck and bead underblt left ear weigh about 160 Ibsi ofkeepJ H McALISTER JR 10 REWARD Stolen from my home near Stanford on 4hnudemain will give 410 reward for his return to me at Stanford W M WILDER LAND FOR SALE Slxtynlna acres being the balance of the Wiu Davie land yet unsold Bounded by the Frankfort hohon end Bloomfield pikes and lying not one mile from town nmlts Will be told to suit purchaser as a whcie or divided to Sirs Wm War ren Danville or Sam Forsytbe Harrods burg Ky tf NOTICE Shropshlredownthousand feet of lumber to trade for horses sheep cattle or how Blue grogs seed for sale L O DUNN Mt Salem Ky On Saturday Sept 14th 1901 At 2 r on the streets of Hustonvllle I mrfarhlTaylor nd containing JO acres more or Particulars on application to mo at IlradfordiYllle Ky MR3 V A OWSLEY FOR RENT Cottage threo rooms and kitchen Place contains two acres Nice garden Some fruit Situated on Danville Avenue MRS MARY WHORTON Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything firstclass Porters meet all trains 8- 0ADMINISTRATORS SALE As administrator of the estate of J W Olv ens deed I will on FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 1901 At his late residence near McKlnney Ky sell at public auction to the the following property I sixyearold 2 twovearold jacks all 10 Jen nets six of thorn In foal by good jacks one bytrestonGray by a Denmark horse one sorrel mare and colt gray mare 10 years old bay mare buggy buckboard horse clip per about 100 bushels wheat about 35 acres of corn one lot of cane and a ImplementsTerms months on note with good security payable In bank boar tog Interest from day of sale for all sums over 810 For all sums of 810 and under cash EDWARD ALCORN Admr FARM FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Ed ward McCarty farm ot 317 AORESThree and one half miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARR LL Farrell Bldg Lexington Ky PUBLIC SALE Owing to my advanced age I will sell at westilem pike o- nSaturday Sept 14th 1901 My farm of 103 acres well Improved with commodious residence Tho outhouses aro numerous and In good repair Farm Is Ju line state of cultivation and Is wellwatered and fenced I will also sell a lot of person alty consisting of horses cows yearling cattle calves hogs sheep c A field of about 25 acres of corn will also be sold Will also dispose of a large amount of household and kitchen furniture farm agon and spring wagon and farming tin plemenu Terms made known on da o sale MRS PRISCIIXA DROWN KyTr z BARGAIN PRICES In Ready Mixed r k Paints For THE CASH After the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save you money if you will call SCHOOL BOOKS TABLETS ETC Fall Dress Goods J We are fait back from the market and now have ready for your inspection a complete line of fall and winter goods Among tho now things are SATIN PANNE COVERTS PEBBLED CHEVIOTS SATIN SOULLIE UNFINISHED SURGE SATIN LIZZARDS f WHIP CORDS Ij AND VENETIANS CheviI t beat We tollcltyour patronage and will do our utmost to serve you well Our motto Is Boofl dIll Low PrIOBSsi JOIN P JONES Stufiol imJ I m 4 BetterThan II Ever The new fall line of Zeigler Bros shoes for ladies and children We have all the new 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 Zeiglers ShoesF- or splendid wearing medium price shoes buy Coalmans Come and let us show you Severance Sons IEDE K r UGGIES I BUGGIES I I The Largest an Bost Selected Stock of Vehicles In Central Kentucky We Have Now in Stock 150 Vehicles Ruiigiiig In Price From 25oo TO 50000 Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and wo sell on a smaller margin than any house In Central Kentucky Our Lincoln County friends are especial ly Invited to look our stock over Wt Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them i Bruce Bright Danville New Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresrj t And you bavo a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronago will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andjecejua w w SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Streett THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Sntered n the pottoffice at Stanford ai itondelatt natter aihabllhaTuaayaadFxlQaP 1 PE5R YEAR T CASH Iti mr When not opaldszoo will t charged f MONEY TO LOAN ID sums of one thonVaud dollars and over on farms only at 5 per cent Long time and easy payments W A TIUnilLE 3m Stanford Ky A S PRICE 11 Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offio or r UcRobcrU Drug Stor In tbt Owiler I liulldtnt R A JONES DENTISTStanford KV Office over Hinting do McKliyioyVStor Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoSixmeyy Kv ilake and keep constantly on hand best of Flour Meal Ilran OhlcV on feed Se Prices very reasonable GUI tolD grinding a specialty D V Kenned Miller Executors Notice I The atN Vnndereer deed are herebny notified to present their clalml against LId estate by Sept 1001 duly proven as required law All persot owing said estate are requested to settle This Oth day of July lARTIIAJ VANDEVEER Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer FQX 6t LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Dotes and Mules constantly on band and r tot sale at all times 1qw Logan Wood Mana- gerFAR1VfiFOR SALE Containing 1S3 acres two miles south of McKlnnoy on MIddleburg ITS acre under fence and 105 acres cleared lias two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can bpoldlntw tracts of about equal amounts ur uuic For further Information call on or address J S MOBLEY McKlnnoy Ky H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANPORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Lincoln CountyNational Bank Stock100Oaooteror Compan and under came oontlnu owly tor 35 Years Solioits Your Bank Account Hoping such builnmt relations will prove mutua P Ij bcnefldtl and pleat Dili tCTORS s a lutonlJ tI e Sr IW Menefee A W W Carpenterins J E LynnS ebanlttJICub J fi Owilej e OFnCEKS rjl Shank President J UOwiUr Cashier + W M Brtfht Awt Cub t FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY- OapltIIStock 150000 Sorplni 110000 TbUinstitution originally Ubllibed u tbs Dt pain Dank ofStanford In ass then reorganised Ii the National liaok of Stanlord In 1865 andajalj orpinlMil M tbe Flnt National Dank ot Stanton n S883 ku had prictlctlly uninterrupted eiiit tnc for4t years It Is better supplied now wlU lacllll1el for trsnsunng buslasu promptly and I sully than eter before In Its long and houoiab career Accounts of IndUiiuali fiduciaries BdlndUldaalMoUclUdDIRtCTOXS 1DddLtucolnCo JW Uayden Stanfor 1 a T Harrll II Baugbman tJJBUocker Tf Illll WP Walton WATrfbbls JUOplIlerCrabOrclid Jan Bobliuon Rubble MDEliaort Slanforf orrceae c L 48lUocker President J J MeBoberU Cuhl Painting Repairing andI am prepared to paint repalr you buggy carriage or wagon In IIrstclass stylo Experienced men to do It and work teeilzVou can have your old vehicle made little money J H OREER Stanford Ky ERDILLEHA rDANVILLE KYiManufacturer of ERICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Pri- cesMONEY I policies Life Insurance or money loaned on them J 8 OWSLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY ra now open Tor guests Everything U and In splendid order the It tbe grounds present a pleasant AP attention Guests be given Rates Adults S5 per week chit iron under 12 years of age 19 horses week further InformaUolt 8350 apply toW M VAUGUANI DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and 19 only Eyes examined aud glasses scientifically adjusted Omen hours 0 a m to A p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFOSD E7 MORRIS FRED PHorBiirroR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds grind Ingand that I will at all times furnish th best o- fDour Meal Sfcipstuff Chicken Food Etc and I solicit a At the very lowest prices share of your patronage to give this best result Dont forget me you that I need your rut bear lu mind always MORRIS FRED Pror patronage Ursl SlavingPhillipsO- STEOFATHISTS Will be In Dan ll1e Monday Wednesday and frldiys ym be In Stanford Tuesday Thurtdsyi and Sat Oflc In the P nnlnjtoa BuUdlnjlSUiifordOf ace boors 9 to a L l to t r X OSTEOPATHY This Science ortjlnal and developed by Dr of Klrkarttle Mo depend on the- tineipleeofAnatomy and Physiology or lu ra no drug no rubbing ulu IUrri opentions and claims mng super stunsosteopathy views nun u a machine of so many adJutmentceeworkedlhalth are properlyadltusted and not II NarrowSomeCatarrbJ toetnaon Weak Eyes Granulated Lid Goitre lung Disease Constipation leiGaUSlonw Enlarged rroiuattaU Bon s ion fl17PS1lnoonuniaceofUrinneLocomotorAIu + G+ MccbMY UNDBBTAKEB Manufacturer and Dealear In HABNBSS SADDLERY 8sO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY 6 HAYS UNDE TAKEBS 1UO DXAtSU IK Furniture Mat jsRugs And Wall Paper they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right ItANFORD KENTUCKY r nin LANCASTER Mr JolT Dunn is tn Lexington Ml e Dene West le thought to be Improving Newell little son of Mr Jeeso Fox Is very sick Mr Aox B itla and Miss Annie Delany of Lincoln county wero the guests or Mr A lit Baatin and family Mite Polly Traylor dl Stanford It vliitlnir Miss Sallle Ross Mlu Annie Burke who represented Paint Lick In tbe contest and her isle- Mtsa Gallic Adarae spent a few daye with Mlti Eliza Hucker Jeeee Jones of Buckeye left Friday for Lexlngt where be will spend several weeks Mite Lizzie Beaziev who has been vie sting at the Mason Hotel returned yes tfirday to her home In Crab Orchard The elocutionary contest at the opera house Thursday evening was well attended Two of the contestant Well of Danville and MIsa Leavell of Bryantflville failed to arrive but the remaining nlno assembled In tbo parlors In the Garrard Hotel lew minutes before eight oclock and wero esorted by Chairman Joseph E RobI- nson to the opera house A beautl toil march was played while the Joan ladles who with the exception of two or three were dressed In white tIled In Tbe stage was without decoratlt save a law rugs tastefully thrown about Miss Polly D Traylor Stan fords gifted representative was award od first prize which was choice be tweon a diamond ring and gold watch Miss Traylors subject was Coma Rights and was so well delivered tbat tbe house was made to ring with cheers when she had finished She was very much at home on the stage and every qne seems to be pleased with the decision of Miss MaoElroy of Winch icr who acted as Judge Miss Iyrtol Brltton of Harrodsburg won econd prize She recited The Flower Girl In a way that was an honor to henelf and to tbb town She represented MaD Igor J H Patterson certainly descry lots of credit for the way In which tbe whole thing was gotten up A more enjoyable entertainment has not beeD given in Lancaster for a long time obbltts Speech Square Wa lins Court By request I send you an extract fro a speech made before Squire W D Vallln Saturday Turning tiercely upon the opposing counsel You talk about the merits of your cause the veracity of your witness and the Integrity of your client Wbom do we represent and from whence came From South Carolina the gallant old Palmetto State with the fierce motto Dont tread on me Descended from the French Huge Dots whose Industry hospitality chivalry elegance and refinement of mat Ders have left their Impress upon tbe oclety of South Carolina till thlA day I lis mother from the grand Old Dome lon the State that gave to the world the great and good and noble Wash- Ington Can your client from Blngen on the blue compare for one moment with my client No sir There are brow river dense forests deep lakes loft mountains wide oceans and vast con nents between them My client cares not for the tlmbei cut and hauled off his land by the de mdant but he wants a warning to otbers a precedent established to deter others He wants an example set When the children of Israel wen lurneylug through tbe wilderness they were bitten by poisonous serpent and many died But Moses made a brazen serpent and all who were bitten had but to gaze upon the brazen serpent and they were healed No sir we want a Judgment upon your record book that will be a brazen serpent upon whlcb all who are bitten with a desire to trespass upon their neighbors lane can gaze and be healed FONTAINE FoxBonurrr aying Hotter Than Scolding There were terrible times at Johi Dicks tfheu lie came home drunk wimps it would not have been quite so hud but his wife had such n hasty temper that she never saw him come hellue intoxicated but she called him- uIl the bad names nod wished hint ull- the bad luck site could think of Of course it doesnt do van bit of- good to saya thing to n drunken roan for he Is not right mind and cunnot understand It is always het- ter to wait until he is sober and then- talk gently to him if you have to- talk at all But Mrs Dick would never he- lieve this She pounced on him at- once iuakiug him still by her unkind work nod as a result a terrible quarrel would ensue when Mrs- Dick would sometimes 10 fur forget- ull decency as to curse and swear cqUI to her husband Sometimes Dick would turn his wife and children into the street aud they would havo to beg a nights shelter in ut- some of the neighbors There was one neighbor to whom Mrs Dick toldnil trouhles One slay after going over them all- for nearly the 10th time she said Now what would you do Mrs Dane if Pour husband came home drunk and cursed you black and blueI k iDeur me I nm not certain Dane I should feelas if nobody but Jesus could help mej so I think I should go right up to own room kneel down beside m askINo Mis Dick hind never procd in her lifo and she looked a little foolish as she picked up her baby nUll returned to her home While she was getting supper thll mere thought of wnat John would V if he came home and found her 1111 ing matte her laugh aloud 1UU the more she thought of it the more she wondered if Jesus WOULD help her She hud heard preached in a litlle chapel sloe onto attended in cbild hoot that every prayer was answer l if only oll in faith believing But how could she believe nlY thing would over help John Dick to come homo always a sober maul nnd he was growing worse too so that be was coming drunk two or three times a week now instead of just on Saturday nights Food and clothing were growing scarce as saloonkeepers got more und n ore of Johns money Mrs Dick had hard work to get along To pray might be better titan scoldiii o would try it So the next time when John came staggering into tho house she slipped up into her room and knelt down beside her bet It was only a short time tyeforo the husband missed his wifes tongue nnll turning to one of the boys ask where his mother was Upstairs was the frignteued slyII11hicbringer1110 down Teach er to runhiculet- niJllbicwhen herlaicfiuebal comes and hero followed terrible curses as ho slowly mounted tbe steps When he reached the room door it ins partly open aud he beheld his wife m her knees and heard a tearful voice aging Dear Jesus nobody can 11elp as but you Tlease help my loll land to come home sober nnllllc1 help me to not get nand fly temperIf but John Dick did not trait to hear any more Cold cbills crept up and down his back his leg8 rumbled under him nuta jstraug iwe nearly sobered him Creeping downstairs he entered th citcheu where his children were and itting down in a chair by the stove mid 0my God your mother oing to die she is praying But soon Mrs came down mire and began setting the table nth a peaceful look though her fao was very pale and she started at very movement made by her bus laud as if sho feared his tongue or land would be raised against her nut his eyes seemed to avoid her Vheu supper was ready he stumble to his place and bean to cat but ufter a few inouthiuls broke dow nnd gaspalout I cant bear to h6e you praying for such n devil a- nmI Annie Whats come ovei ou anyhow Id ten times rathei ave you scold for I know I descrv that I have found that scolding doe no good It is only Jesus can help ou she said gently Dont dont Youre killing me tinned the man and he laid his carat bloated face down upon hu nrm and sobbed aloud Annie was by his side in auinstanl witb both arms about his neck her cbeek close to his I have been a miserable husband U you Annie all your life long he roaned And II have heal a miserable wife sho replied You are an angel I heard you Saying for me he sobbed And you are my husband niort recious than anything else in the worltJ ff you couldonly overcome our love ot stroug drink how happy we would be Just ask Jesus to holi HI John and I know he will I think He has henna you Annie he said taking her hands be twecn his own trembling onesuf think you will have no more trouble withme and she didnt Everybody said the change in John Dick was n miracle but his wife lold- her Christian neighbor that it was Tesus and the only regretted she hUl- lnpt gone to Him years before Fair Dates llzabcthtowD Sep 104 days Jowlloi Green Sep 105 days Springfield Sep 114 days lasirow Sep 184 days Louisvll 0 Interstate Fair Sept lays12 Therlt It more Ctarrb In this section of the ceunlry than all otberdlteawi together and nnUl the last few years was supposed to be In and rronourorItand by constantly llllnn to cure mot prcnounccd tt Insurable Kcleocereat rencattrrbto a rouitltutlonal disease hu- etorerequircecoustltutioaaltreatment Halls Catarrh Cure ctur a Co Toledo Ohio Is tbe only conttlutlonal cure on V suuket It Is taken otemallylln donI- ro01 drops to a teaspoonful It acts They tb blood and raucous luifacei the aye lin rone bumlrel dollars for caie t bits curo Send lot circulars and testimonials ddrtas FJOIIENEYRCOToledo0- Id by hits 75Cu UaJll amps lllls are the bat Mr A L Calvert haa resigned as LexlngtooIone holders of the paper 4 Get Rich J fOthers have done to why cant you Deposit your mouov wltli tho i r TilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT 0rOF LEXINGTON KY r irherc it will be sate and increase r While You Sleep 1I JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent dr Stafford Fenpale College reA- OhrletianlfomeSchool for the thlxher education of girl and young ladles lima all the gravies of the best city grawmarjschooli and in addition the full regu courses of study of the best female colleges in tho State Four departments of lIar Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction In department by competent and experienced teachers The next annual leiilon fill open Monday September 21 Tuition foes range from f10to 125 per term of 20 reeks Board tuition In literary courses and music 20 weeks 1100 For catalogue ddree- tIB T PINKERTON OPrlzi J Stanford Ky State College of Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical Stato College College of Kentucky offers the courses of study Iz Agricultural Horticulture Chemical Biological Mathematical Normal School Olaaeical Mechanical Engineering Engineering Clvii Engineering each of which extends over lour years anc1leAtI to a degree Postgraduate tonne of study are also provided leading each to a masters degree Each course of study Is orxanucd Under a separate faculty The al faeult number more than thirty professor and Instructors COUNTY APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent in dormitory I inel and andU they remain ton mouths traveling exn es The laboratories and museums aro large well equipped comprehensive and modern The last Legislature appropriated 130000 for a college home for young women and a drill gymnasium hat been provided for men Military tacticsand science are fully provided for at required by Con press t Graduates from the several courses of study reAdily find exccllcnpostl- ion and liberal remuneration Tho demand Is largely In excess of the ability of the to supply Last year the matriculation was 020 t for catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding curies of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K IATTEHSON lb D LL D resident Fall term begins September I DOS LEXIROTOK Kv t Good Bye Stanford Great Removal Sale of the Racket Store We have decided to move from Stanford to the East Now will to your last chance to fall and winter goods at prices never heard of before Otshmercs worth 35c Iaoryardremovalsalo 17 It cashmeres worth 24c removal sale price lOc won teads worth roc price 23c per yard drew goods worth 76c removal 8ale price 3lc patent roller shades and fixtures At 8c lace curtains at 4to a pair ma cblne thread 2 spools 6c hair pine 3c a cabinet elastic webbing 2c per aru Is r dies collars 2c 9o a pair worth 3 doz fur 5c all sizes silk thread ole spool lace embroideries rlbbpns all kinds of dry goods and notions at 33e on- edollar Clothing made for the fall and winter of 1001 and IW2 Mens M salts for 8248 310 suits for It 48 116 suits for f098 1873 sups for I8C8 mens all wool pants worth 12 a pair removal sale price 74c knee pants at He a pair moos rercoats from Noo to double suspenders 8c a pair boys 8c And thousands of other bargains which we hue no place to mention Salo will begin Tuesday Aug 27 IDOl and continuo from day to day until everything Is sold House and lot for sale alto horse sunny cow spring wagon binder The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB C1NSBURC Proprietorv Lamps41Full 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORCEIH FARRIS CO We Will Tako In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming ImplementsII Harnessc Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest 1 market prices 1 Carson Pence Stanford MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY A tirstClass Boarding School For Carla J W McCARVEY JR Principal of ten teachers who worD educated at the leadtnglnstitution of America and everyntme apparatuallandher de t equipment excellent illustrated lecttures free the prlnClpalou his recent travels In Egypt laletlne and Europe 0 lghtfu audbeatthfullocatiOUI only ono serious case of cVness In 12 years lltlee uo ilgber than other flrst class school nor than many Inferior ones Send for catalogue r