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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL A VOL XXIX STANFORD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1901 8 A M NO 711 f GEO T FARms State Senato- rMIDDLEBURG The tick are convaleiclng No serl oui clues la vicinity Capt KM no was in the burg Friday re610dI0cd to be Judo sFarmers aro gathering their corn which Is generally of a very llghtyiold and poor quality There much com plaint about corn rotting Paiturago II getting very low on account of lack of rainMr Mr Wm Miller havo been vlililnc relative below Liberty Miss Llllio Miller lately returned from fan tit le visiting friend at Mt Salem I tills week I Rico Wilton toile ut that be measur ted the huge pumpkin of which wet wrote a couple of Louse ago and that It measured live foci six Inche around Irom bloom to stem end and five feet five Inches In circumference Thus the ono fruit will tunica In upplylng the family with pumpkin plo during the winter I G R Jeter bat oao of the most strangely formed gourds on exhibition In his ibow cue that wu bavo vet two It was raised by Uncle Ilrlco 8d ward who bat a number of other equally at odd shaped The ItourdI while of tbo average Ue bat a handle about 30 Incbe in length and Is crook ed In the ibhpa of a huge lunar S Clarence Brown reports a double yield of Irish potatoes thin year which It surprising In the extreme when other farmers will hardly make their seed back for next oar Mr Ba second crop grew from where the bloom fell and u tbo first instance wo have ever hoard I Mr Samuel W obarp aged 28 ton wf Mr William Sharp and who has been ilfclng In Indiana the past year WI married at Now Augusta led Thursday to MUs Mollle U Stager a beautiful Uootlor girl ut 18 The new ly married couple arrived Friday and wcct at OUCB to the bono of the groom where a grand supper was glvae being attended by tome M of the outs friend of the groom MUt Halan the popu- t lar piJfll1llUler of YtMemtM unit a ter to the brktovruow was Btwr at tbo hounUIJl lefalr table which W- MIt Friday evening Mr E 8 Welle on old vateran who foottbt for the cause of the Union throughout the war of noowaloo now rci tun writer u couple of war meinen tore which be prltaa to highly and thJ sn di arty that evun gold ouuld ri purrbnae Ooe was on old Ime sliver casu watob Lilv riMHl makdibat had saved his life on the bloody fields of ChlcUamnuita on that memorable 20th day of September of 03 Mr Well bud refused to sell tilt watcb oo Sunday for a good price his solo rca ton for not selllug It bolng tho Sab bath A couple ot months later a rebel ball struck his time piece battering It ofrounce Enfield ball that went through his left arm near tho wrUtbreakmjf It golcg on and striking a tooth brush sad a clotm pocket comb sod through a cotton handkerchief 10 times and barely grazing tbo skin just over the heart and dropped to his taut and was picked up Tbu handkerchief which moro like a dilapidated sieve than a toilet article was hastily made Into a bandage The end of tho hall WIU flattened utter penetrating the wrist bono Tbo sawn man that ban II tcred Mr Wells for a watch trade on Sunday was killed near tho tame hour In which tbo tlmo piece saved tbo life j of Mr Wells who thinks It was an act of Providence that he was saved Ue td u veteran ot tho 10th Kentucky loran try U S A Thomas corps which was commanded by Col Jobn M liar f Ian now a member of tbo U S su premo court JUMPED ON A TEN PENNY NAIL The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an Inverted rake made of too penny nails and thrust one nail entirely throogh her foot and a second one half way through Chamberlains Pain balm r was promptly npplled and five mlnulea later the pain had disappeared and no mote suffering was experienced In three dais the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discom fort Mr Powell Is a well known mer chant of Forkland Va Pain Balm Is an antiseptic and heals such Injuries with out maturation and in one third the time r required by the usual treatment For sale by Craig Hooker drajghta IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Hal R Donta aged 2tl Is dead at Harrodtburit The Laurel fiscal court fixed the tax rate at lOooo the 1100 and the per cap llu at iOc Walter Moore was shot and serious ly wounded by an unknown parson lu Laurel county Sam Slattery of Mercer died from smoking cigarettes lie often smoked as many as CO a day George Gray was given 10 year In the penitentiary for shooting und rubbing Paymaster Colgao near Middle boro In the list ot army appointments is the name of Charles H Morrow of Somerset who gee a commlmion aa 2d lieutenant of Infantry Wblle attempting to board a moving train at Mlddlesboro Ralph Ulll tall beneath the wheel and had his right leg out off at the knee W J Goodwin formerly of SOlDer let has bought John Days Interest In the wholesale grocery Qrm of Bryan Day d Hunt of Lexington A sturgeon wat caught at Yellow Rock 10 miles below Bauttjvlllo one day last week which measured 5 filet In length and weighed 85 pounds Thomas Taylor cootctied to forging a check on tbo First National Bank ot Somerset and was given a twoyear tentonco by the Pulatkl court W J Grlder democratic nominee for rcprotontutlvo from Wayne and Clinton was accidentally shot In the thigh by George McKinley at Albany Mitchell t Salleo have sold their stock of groceries und hardware at Elariodtburg to Morgan ti Ingram Mr Satleo la a brother Inlaw of SbcrilT S M Owen Tom Cravens a woll known newspaperman died ut Columbia Sunday Ho wa at ono time editor of tbo Co lumbtu Spectator aod for a number ot year odlwd a paper at Oarbnurvllle Sterling Robinson was awarded 85 000 damages against the Q t O rail way at llarrod burs Ho was an enl veer on tbo road and lost an eye by the breaking of the lubricator lIne on blI engine HARVEY HELM aIrAttorney The Southern Railway has compro mired with 110 administrator of J Owsley Evan by natlrxr him tftWK Mr PVHOS was klllrd by use of oom pinyit trains while orosaieg Iw trick oountyIon of Ixindon lire Juden Coo h ran no Jjry oomuiltatonorol the Fed eal court which begins there on the 4th Monday of this month The jury selected con elate or 02 moo selected from 13 coun ties Christopher Jackson and Dud Curry were placed in jail at London on the charge ot houao breaking For a month past business houses and rcaldenccs have boon robbed almost every night They proved w bo the robbers as a straw stack near which theywore found was filled with the stolen artl ales Mr John Welalgor has purchased from Central University Seminary the old Presbyterian Seminary building lo cated In Danville for 14000 By this purchase Mr Welalgor comes Into pos session of two ot the most famous buildings In Kentucky having pur chased a tow days ago the McDowell residence The Old Seminary build log was the capital of the District ot Kentucky before Kentucky became a State in 1701 In this building was also bold the first constitutional con vontlon In 1785 as well as a number of notable conventions for tho purpose o considering the propriety and expo diency of seeking separation from Vir ginia So far as known It is tbo oldest building In Danville Out this out and take it to Craig Hookers drug store and get a free sampl- of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets the beet physic They cleanse and invigorate tbeBtpraaeh improve the ap petite and regulate the bowel K gular site Me per box J =i CHURCH MATTERS Rev J E Woolford has accepted the call of tbe Baptist church at Lancaster Thirty one New York preachers de pounced Tammany from their pulpits J G Livingston closed a weeks meeting at Brodhead which re suited In 23 additions Elder W S Houcblni who was a missionary to Austria hat accepted the call of the Christian church at Burgln Rev 11 E Most closed a great meet log at Klrksvlllo during which there were 82 additions to tbe church 63 by 0nfe lon and baptism Register The 2nd street Baptist church of Louisville now but 1414 member of whom 144 were received this year The Sunday school IB the largest In that cityOf tbo 110 Northern Methodist Con forenoes 103 have voted on the new constitution which among other things makes women eligible as delegates to tbe general conference Tbo ladles of the Klrkivllle Christian church gave a court day dinner In tbo old Garnott House Monday netting 135 and they carried home of tbe fragments 12 basket full Richmond Register A dramatic scene was enacted In Holy Name Cathedral In Chicago Sunday when Father Crowley the excom municated priest refused to quit tbo church when ordered to do so Mats Waf Intantly suspended at the G1ria tbo priests laid aside their vest moots and quit tho sanctuary and the altar lights were extinguished The Christian Women Board ot Million report that Kentucky women gave during the year 11120175 No other State save Ohio gave that much Ohio women offerings were 818602 48 The total from all the State was 1148 U02II7 Kentucky girl and boys also bad the pout of honor In the young peo pies department The bands ranked at follows Paris second 8IC045 Dan yule third 14022 Richmond fourth 8145 23- The committees of the Northern and Southern Presbyterian Synods of Ken tucks appointed to consider the higher education of women met In Lexington last Friday and agreed to cooperate In oitablUblng1 a female university They hare Invited nil communlllve wlsl log to secure for tbomtclve the mani teat advantage of such an institution t submit blda for the location of tbo same Bids will be received until next September and the location will bo II tally settled at tho meeting of tbo Synods In October Stanfuid should make a bid Tho Christian church here as an ox prctslon of appreciation of the untiring and eDIcieni effort of their minister Rev Joo W Begin and their loyalty and devotion to him has extended to him u unnnlmouit emil with a very ma terial increase ill eiilary for next year lleettatly Mr Hartn was Invited to preach fur the North Side Christian o lurch of Chicago with the probabil ity of being extended a oall from that einervgaiion but beau of bis devo tion to the church here ned his lovo fo tbe good iwopli of Stanford und Lin coin county be uraiefullv declined the Invitation and iicceiiltd the call from tills church Mr Hagin Iii a most ox eallant young man u fine preacher and deserved the he tnkfo of uuprecia lion of thv fhtirph M F NORTH Utlrtti1ltatill O1oN AND JEWKL3 Jowoln cxiuly flowers uian that la the order of a woman prolertnces Jew leis form a magnet of mighty lover to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels hialth Is often ruined in Ilife money a woman wl rlllk hur health to got a coveted gum then let het fortify h Kelt against tbe Insiduoug noneeqiifncesof coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr llnacheus German It will arrest consumption In ha luaues dUoaiio from tbe system It is not a cureall but his a certain cure for coughs Colds and all bronchial troubles You can gut Dr U G linens reliable remedies at Pennys Drug Store Get Greens SpecIal Almanac t f JAG P BAILEY County Judg- eHustonville John J Allen has vented of Judge W M Myers the place recently pur chased from J W Allen Lutes S Co bought In Casey 40 to 700pound cattlo at 3 to3c 150 sheen and lambs at 2 40 200 250pound hogs at Co and a fine cow from Pipes Bros for 830 George B Cooper has been here for several days presenting his claims J C Reid took Mr S B Caldwell Jror Paducah to Crab Orchard Saturday to see the placo Miss Anna Reid and Carroll Reid Allen will leave this week for Louis villa Misses Mary Adams and Nancyo Reid of Danville are visiting Mil Jonnie McKlnnoy A B C Dlnwiddle has accepted a position with Van Deren Hardware Co of Lexington and Claude Pruitt will take charge ot the store while George takes a much needed rest Lovers ot the gun and dog aro unx lomly awaiting the coming of the 15th and already Ed Stagg and A Jerry Adams bave made arrangements to open the season with Bob White at Plum Point A large crowd attended the sale of J W Allen 10 yearling cattle brought 821258750pound steers 910 50 cows 810 to 825 heifers 810 to 815 calves 10 to 810 shouts 150pound 41c baled bay 50 to 05c1 pair fine mare mules 8250 ono harness horse 8110 household and kitchen furniture sold cheap Rev W W Bruce who has been assisting Rev Glass of Somerset In a protracted meeting In Pulaskl Informs us that be was relieved of his fine watcb money etc However tbo tblet or thieves were generous enough to leave his coat vest trousers and empty pookatbonk at corner of tbe house where he was stopping Felix B Twldwell who has been on a fishing trip In Tonnofsaa returned Saturday to look after his Interests We aru puzzled however to know liS ut tmbl raee fur police Judpa without opposition or the fair sox espeulallyrha U exceedingly popular and In this litter respect he hue Doc Dry a distant ol loud as u reason Mayor Goode givos Doc wears his balr too long and parted In tho middle At a meeting of tbo stockholders of The Beaver Crook Oil Gas Co held hero Saturday Geo D Weatherford was elected president W M Myon vice president and Dr J C Barker a tcrotary and treasurer Col W G Welch of Stanford is a director This company Is Incorporated with a capital stock of 3000 and has been drilling In Wayne county for two weeks Tho latest reports from there give them reason to bo highly pleased with their prospects Tho following sad story was publish ed In Sundays Cincinnati Enquirer AtI Filth and Walnut streets a young girl poorly clad and whose face showed un mistakable signs of sickness approach ed Officer Ncely and asked for assist ante He took her to Central Police Station whero she told a pitiful story She gave her name AS Nannie Johnson and said that she at one tlmo resided in Danville Her father and mother died and she was thrown on her own re sources At Danville she claims to have met Mary Hayes of Linwood The latter suggested to her that she come and live with her and that she would bo clothed and fed Nannie happy In the thoughtthat tie change meant a betterment In her condition agreed to do so and camo hero Mrs Goyca She alleges that she candy toll sick and caked for medical treatment but Mrs Hayes refused to send for a doctor und turned her onto tho street 1A LIBERAL GfVZK The undersigned will giNiQfro cum plo of Chamberlains Stomach tvl Ltu Tablets to capons wantlnga reltabh ta edy for disorders of the stomach blltcoc ness or constipation This a new remo dy and a good one Craig h Hocker druggists Sr rtll o vVV= 0 t BetterThan Ever I l1 I- ij Wed be if we couldnt S each season that 0111It1mSuits And Overcoats Are Better Than M Everr1L Its n sign that were keeping in front getting m IiIncw ideas and improvingoltl ones Receiving f r Clothing every day Will be glad to show tw you worth seeing riiJ THEPAY8GLBE t ItJi Merchtnt Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairingl it Your money back If youre not eatlAflftlI I mILLER HIRSCH Danville tl p r V Jr + rnrrQ arr wiAwOr =W w91 For Sale By t i H J McROBERTS tkfw kltQilk4 t ft4 = gks tvkS Q kJ e = w e i tm h gjgIiG1W i i YOU CANT AFFORDI TO BUY CHEAP CLOTHINGr We Cant Afford to Sell It For the Newest and Best See CUMMINS M CLARY x 09 H WHEN H YOU WANT 100 CENTS WORTH O- FGroceriesjJHardware Glassware Queensware Farming Im hplements Etc Etc FOR 100 GO TO t i f Higgins gs McKinney STANFORDJKENTUCKY J 1 r 4 + 11110 a r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate tor Railroad Commlulantr for the- 2d Dlilrf lublect to thedr of the dem- ocrcrDEMOCRATS Win Every Thing In Sight By Decisive Majorities t A Fcw Paragraphs About Yester days Victory The IB democratlo year Senator Farris majority la about 100 Ieaao Herrln carried Crab Orchard 133 Praise God from whom all blessings flowSome log cabin cuts for sale cheap This office Bud Reynolds carried his home product by 12- 3Loufevillee democratic majority Is nearly 10000 Boyle Rave democratic majorities of from 250 to 400 Sheriff Owens work at Turnersvlllo should not be forgotten r Wm Lair beat D J Newburn seven for marshal of Hustonvllle The new town ticket put out yesterday Was defeated by about 30 Two flags and a telephone for sale Apply at republican headquarters Jesse Lynn came up from Danville and helped the boys pull through t There was a little dance In town last night and some very old feet were shaken non John Sam Owiley Jr Is an A 1 campaign chairman Three cheers for him The momentous question Is what going to be done with republican head quarters Garrards democratic majority Is 60 to 200 Senator Farris carried the r county 140 The best set of county officers of any county In the State Havent we a right to crow- Mercersi democratic majority la from 150 In the representatv to 400 in the sheriffs From 100 to 10000 majority Is the way Clerk Cooper gave the news to the boys at Hustonvllle Theres no doubt about wholl be U S Senator now Hon James B Mc Creary Is a sure thing Mr Menefees lesson baa been a costly one to him but we hope It will prove a valuable one as well Madison did like the restof the coun ties In this part of the Statewent democratic by a good majority Turnersvllle where the republicans expected to make a killing went re publican only about a half dozen The happiest man In the county save the writer Is George D Weath erford Hustonvllles wheel horse I Tberepublicanedontevengetaeon- stable but when you come to think of It they dont deserve that much In a county like this Lincolns justices of the peace are James A Dudderar W D Wallin F- It Compton and 0 AS Smith Good moo all of them The worn out expression lithe election passed off quietly expresses very well the condition of things In this county yesterday Crab Orchard elected the old board of trustees but John G Riddle defeated Joe A Shannon the present mar shal for that office Editor Albright telephones for Mt Vernon Town wdnt democratic and we elect one magistrate Stewart for sheriff defeated by 482 Hustonvllle No1 is entitled to the blue ribbon She gave a democratic majority of 130 No2 camo up with one of 10 which Isnt bad Hurrah for Crab Orchard W E Perkins O J Newland J J Brooks Will and Joe Brooks and the rest of them did magnificent work Messrs R C Warren and S J Embry said all along that the demo crats would carry Lincoln county by 200 Pretty good prophets- At Mt Vernon yesterday Will Hy lDger hot Millard Bethurum In the leg Inflicting a frightful wound which will cause the loss of the limb James H Baughman Is not only a good miller but makes a hand and a half at politics His father Mr S H Baugbman knows his business In that line also q Rockcaatle went republlcanof course and H L Tate beat A W Stewart democratic nominee for sheriff several hundred The latter made a good race however Hats off to Senator Farris Represen tative North Judge Bailey Sheriff Baughman Clerk Cooper Attorney Helm Assessor Reynolds Superintend r ent lngleton Jailer Herrln Somerset elected T B Griffin dem ocr at for mayor by peer 300 Editor Campbell telephoned us that the demo crate swept everything In town Our- e Ezra Goocb was elected magistrate a decisive ma b jority sUL Ohio went republican as usual Lincolns democratic majority about 250- Democrats made consderablo gala In MassachusettsSeth mayor of Nov York by nearly 30000 Major W lone the democratic nominee for judge of Casey was de feated over 300 Judge W E Varnon acting chairman for the republicans has the ap of the man Billy Patterson strulJkIThe democrats will have the Senate by a good raiij Iliy while the House will be full of members of that per suealua M S BAUGHMAN 3hs riff- MATRIMONIAL Claude Alexander and Miss Jessie Wilson were married In Danville James Griffin aired SO and Miss Sallie Wagner 60 were married at Lebanon Mls9 Maggie Sowder and John Led ford were united In matrimony near Preaehersvllle J S Sewell of Winchester and Miss Fannie McKlnney of Richmond were married last week Three couples were married In bug glee In the middle of tbe road near Mayfield the other day Mls Nannie Lee and James Lee Prewlttof Upper Garrard drove to Lancaster and were made one Mrs James P Carleton of Iowa Frileiaavod 29 became a grandmother Snnday and claims to be tbe youngest eranqmoiber In the world Mr S N Davidson aeed 75 and Mrs Tfthltha Gaines were married at McKlnney yesterday Tne groom has been married three Rod the bride two times GEO B COOPER County Clerk LAND STOCK CROPS ETC FOR S LE1II1l150pound cattle and a few fat hogs J FGover Turners vlllo There wore 1200 cattle on the Rich mond market Monday with prices ranging from 2 to 4o The horse and mule market was dull John D hatred of Richmond has sold his undivided half interest In about 4UOO acres of Rockcasile coal and timber lands to Col D M Cbenault Lucien Lyne son of S 0 Lyne of Fayette bad a narrow escape from se nines Injuries while riding at Latonla Saturday The horse he was on fell in tbe race Tom Metcalf has sold a bunch of very fine cattle to J C Jobnstono for 4Jc also a bUnch to Mlllur of Illinois at 4o The total number was 61 and the average Is estimated at 1300 pouDdea AdvocateA attended court at Liar rod sburg Monday but stock trading yearllnglbroujChtto 3Jc There was a demand for mules and some aged ones euM as high as 1155 Robert Russell bought 240 hogs tbe past week ut 41 nod 5o Judge J W Hughes bought 10 yearling mules from W D Nave of Boyle at 18750 He has since sold them to be delivered next September fat at 8150 eachLiar rodsburg Democrat The mayor and members of the city council of Mlddlcsboro were arrested for contempt of the Federal court in falling to levy taxes for the payment of Interest on certain bonds Positive Information has been re calved to the effect that Miss Stone the captive missionary is alive and wellAdmiral Schley accepted an InvIta- tion to visit Knoxville I i j f 1 Ladies Gloves 49c 175 pair Ladies Kid Gloves nil sizes tend shades the kind you pay 150 for in other stores our special price is only 40e Ladies Capes 4Sc 500 sample Capes worth from 100 to 200 your choice of this entire assort ment at ISc Boys Reefer Coats 148 WQ have them in sizes from 3 to 10 years and theyre worth 350 out price 148 Underskirts25c 50c quality of Flannelette Underskirt patternsdark land light colors at only 25c Ladies Waists 42c Ladies Flannelette Shirt Waists polka dot and solid colors we have about 125 left to close will sell at 12c Ladies Union Suits 25c Ladies 50cent Union Suits heavy null good quality in white and gray to close will sell at 25 cents Fur Scarfs 98c We have only 150 Fur Scarfs left they arc worth 2 each but for this great sale they go at 9flc GOV DunniN has decided to follow In Mounts footsteps and hold on to the assassin fugitives in Indiana as it was expected he would In a letter to Gov Bickham giving his alleged reasons f jr doing so be goes outside the record to cast aspersion on Kentucky but utters a mean cowardly libel on Judge CiDtrlll who should force him to re tract or stand a suit for damazesIo sum wing up his reasons ha calls the case persecution safe Gov Mounts reasons still obtain reenforced by subsequent evenu speaks of the purposes of per secutlonsays juries are organized for conviction says the record of previous Male shows that convictions were made upon a mass of selfevident per jury attacks Judge Cantrlll and the the trial court In the most vindictive manner accuses him of exploiting his Senatorial candidacy and finally tells Joy Beckbam he will honor no requisition from him until there Is provided an impartial judge and a nonpartisan jury The letter Is written In the meanest and most vicious language and shows that Indianas perjured execu tive Is In entire sympathy with the assassin crowd to whom he gives shelter and a slander creature whom to call a man Is base THIS AND THAT The residences of Joseph Sandlfer and Robert Mitchell of Richmond burnedRobbers broke a show window at ClncInnaUaml stole 20000 worth of diamondsThe olldated Liquor Air Com pany has been formed in New York with a capital of 11000000 Charles Overton colored took bold of a live wire at the Ashland steel plant and was shocked to death Rev Joe H Hopper of Perryvllle Is holding a protracted meeting at the Maxvllle Presbyterian church Lexing ton Louts Farmer a Clinton county farmer died In a short time after eat tug onehalf gallon of stock peas and drinking eight glasses of sour milk John Owens was shot and killed by a man named Combs at Blue Lick Mad li son county The men were returning from church when the difficulty arose Sam Brown and Henry Snowden quarreled over a crap game at LawI renceburg and In the fight which fol lowed Snowdon was fatally cut with a dirk Brown Is In jail L R Dickinson stood out for the ac qulttal of George Hanlon who is charged with killing Policeman Rich terketslng In Louisville and hung the jury against the convictions of 11 men Blankets49c 104 Blankets 100 quality white or grey largo enough for any bed warm enough for any weather at 49c made No Time as Goodas Now lAnd no place as good as here to buy you- rWINTER GOODS etswis Dont make the mistake of wait ing until the nearly over to buy ont let the bargain idea keep you from getting what you want while you can and enjoying it all the season Now you can what you want later on take chances The Louisville Stores clos ing out to quit sale still continues Make no mistake look for The Louisville Store Wholesale Ketail The Cheap Storc in Stanford Salinger Bros Props School Shoes 25c All solid leather school Shoes all sizs worth 100 a pair for this sale at 19c It is stated that an agreement has been practically reached whereby thp tangle In the Northwestern railway situation resulting from tne corner of Northern Pacific shares last May shall be tettled Eighteen blast furnaces In the Pltta burg district and the Mahonlng and Sbcnango valleys will be forced to close on account of a lack of coke Fifteen thousand men will bo thrown out of work A syndicate with a capital of 17000 000 has been organized In Lexington to build interurban electric railways In Central Kentucky The company Is backed by New York Cnluago and De trolt capitalists Rear Admiral Walker chairman of tbe Isthmian Canal Commission has called a meeting of tho commissioners for Nov 12 The commission will re port In favor of tbe construction of the Nicaraguan route at an estimated cost of 200000000 The control of tho Elkton Consoli dated Gold Mining Company In Colora do on tbe property of which a ably rich strike was made recently has passed Into the hands of Eastern capi talists for a consideration based on a valuation of 10875000 for the entire capitalization +I t I + + KEEP YOUR TEETH Its quite easy to keep them and to keep them sound and white But to do 10 requires a little dally care Thorough brushing with a good brush and a little dentifrice will prevent d- ecaya clean tooth will not decay In a hundred years Tooth Brushes A tooth brush is a little tiling but it pays to use a good one and it Is well to buy them at the light price We have a splendid stock of the best sorts of tooth brushes genuine tooth savers and wo make close prices on them Also carry a lino of the best dentifrices pastes powders liqu- idsPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky fi FfffhIi + ttllltt FdAf FiF- Y Comforts 49c 175 good Comforts of best quality calico and pure cotton batting worth 100 in this sale 19c seasons our winter delusive youll great and remark Right 50c Table Linen 25c 25 pieces imported ta ble linen two colors mal white and da masknow tie Mens Shirts 49c 25 dozen hens Colored and Plain White Shirts launder s cd and unliuindcred worth r 1 to closo in this sale at ti only lOc Ladies Vests- 15c Ladies 25c quality cotton Vests with tolutlneckas lougits this lot lasts ttt on IAIcents Heavy Skirting 69c Extra heavy Skirting 50 inches wido worth 125a yard special price only GDc Mens Underwear23c Mens heavy winter Undcr wear shirts or drawers 10c quality reduced to 28o Boys Suits 98c 200 quality Boys Suits nges 5Jto 10 years live diner cut colors to select from only n few loft at l8c Mens Suits 395 We have a fort mans heavy Suits loft real value of these suits is 050 and 5700 to l close out at only 805 t Mens 298 Ulsters 1 fens Ulster Overcoats tra long with storm oIlnrfworth 500 at this great sale 29S t L f 4 See The POiQt t If your Eyes hurt it I is necessary to ha- veSPECTACLES To soe tho point U 55 necesi ffittedTo Spectaclesit I Craig HockerWho are always at the same old stand ready to QualityStyle 1 es they sell rt Prices Range From 50cts To 10i Great a Removal Sale IDry lsllketsCapesJackels plyLinen25oFancyworth f 23 to close at 6Jc at price Ladles Cloaks worth 12 to close at 08c Ladles Capes at 49c Ladles Piush Capes nicely trimmed at 1131 Mensleatherwhile It lasts at2tlo The Racket Store Stanford i Prices Low JACOB CINSBUFIC Proprlotor 1 For sale House and Lot on Main 8t Horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber good Milk Cow Ac CO TO W BMcRoberts Druggist J For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Varnishjand Paint Neals Carriage Mixedt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Nov 0 1001 TRY tho Judo Tuft cigar for a choice tmoko at Ionnyit Drug Store OUR prescription work U unsurpaBS PonnyeDrug PERSONALS J CnillSTlAN the turkey mnn le here U D BinoilT of Grays camo down W vote J F WARE of Doyle has moved to Oklahoma 4JOI DECK and Lee Rill came up from to vote WAITER MARTIN of Somerset Is at homo for a fow day MUM JOSIE HANKY spent a week flloodI camo over from Winchester to vote MRS ALDER SBVBRANOE sad baby aro vlalllng In Lexington MACk VEST of Casey was on Saturdays train en route to Wbltloy Mil O 0 DAVIS of Mt Vernonj visited Mr M C Williams Sunday ATTOnNEY GENERAL nitECiciNRiixJE was hero Monday on legal business MRS J M ALVERSON Is visiting Mrs Maltlo Alverson In Richmond MR UOIIBHT COLLIER of Crab Or chars spent yesterday la Louisville yelterIMiss RACHEL ALLISON bit yelLer day and will salt for Scotland In a short timeMR S M DUNCAN 6f Dallas Tox U with hla wife at Mr T D New lands Miss Pint GENTRY returned to Lexington yesterday with Mr John R Farrls Miss ANN SHANKS went to Nash vlllo Monday to visit Rv and tri W IL Ellis lION JAMES D DLACIC of Harbour vllle was on Saturdays Southbound passenger t MUSS 18 DOWRN VANAnSDALK and B G Poanlngioa are up from Lout villa to voteT JULIA CIIASR who has been some time returned to Louis 1MnsS II MARTIN one of Kookcas sub4lantlul cllluni was SturdslfA II I and MUs Bettle Lanbam of Casey aro cuwta of Col Lanbam and wife t MISSBS MARY ADAMS nod Nannie M1eIGreening of Huitoovllle ooiiemplatos moving to Danvlllo MISS J HAS nUOI1A iAN of Crab Orchard Is with her sister Mrs A Add MUs Dcsslo ntlrprleei return MESSRS A D C DINWIDDIB of Hustonvlllc and M E Prultt of Moreland wore here courting Sunday Mn JOHN W BASTIN of 1lttsburg was hero Sunday to see his daughter Miss Katie Bastln who has been sick Cow W O BRADLEY wee bore be J tween trains Monday en route to Lao outer to yoto and paid this olllco a callMRS U J McRoiiBRTS and pretty daughter Anna D are visiting Mrs Anna D VanArsdall Harrodaburg DemocratMRS A UALDIIAN and pret tr daughter of Louisville passed up to Crab Orchard Saturday to volt tho former mother Dn R GOLDSTEIN will bo at the St Asaph Hotel Friday Nov 8th one day only Call and see him lf your eyes defective and need glosses 1aro KLIZAIIBTH JONBS and Eugene Jones have returned from an CX t tended trip to the Niagara Falls But falo and other points of Intercut t MISSES DELLS SAMPSON and Lizzie Brown two Fayette county beauties wero with Mrs M C Burnsldo Monday on route to visit friends at Lancaster MR ED T MINOR came all tho way from Omaha Nub to make a cross mark under the rooster Pity there are not morn democrats In the country like him HON S D CALDWELL of Paducah and Mr James C Reid of Huston vlllo paid this office a call Saturday The former came up to sell somo prop orty In the West End MR GEORGE T MCROIIERTS of i Brqdhcad came down yesterday and 9voted as usual Tbo fine old gentleman Is getting feeble but not too much ao to voto under the rooster IN remitting for his paper from Ell zabethtown Mr Joo S Grimes snakes ui feel good by aiding the following The paper Is a necessity with me giv ing me great pleasure and keeping mo advised of friends In whom I will al p ways have a keen interest J MR W P WALTON and family will leave today to mako their borne In Lox ington where they are too wellknown to need commendation from up Hav ing looked on our brother as a father as well an a brother for 20 years It Is but natural that we arc deeply sorry over his departure aa well as thatof his most excellent wife and floe boys Clarys WINTER Lap robes at J C Me LOCALS Bio lot of outings lust In 6 to lOo Severance k Sons LARGE assortment of presents at Embry EoglemansT STILL talking U Underwear largo or small Severance Sons Do not tall to sue Ralph Blngham at Walton Opera House tonight andtondercst moat at Montgomerys under Myers House MEN boysy our seamless shoos If you want service Severance Sons WE plentyof all kinds of feed such as bay corn oats and ehlpetuff Cheap for cash J H Baugbman k Co I RAVE a good family horse and buggy which I will dispose of at low fig ures as I am going away Rev J U CrouchaBANK STOCK FOR SALEA number of shares of stock In the Uustonvlllc National Dank for sale Apply at this ofljce STOCKHOLDERS oftho Somerset Banking Co will meet at tbo L di N depot at 230 this afternoon Bo pros sot If you aro Interested GILLETTE Dr L Gillette wbo mauled Miss Comic Cooper of this placo died at Beatrice Neb last weak A wife but no children survive MISSES STftAUli Stanford mil liners will have on exhibition at the McKinney hotel Friday next 8tb s handsome line of millinery and pattern hats a ONE of tbo big money getting attrac tions on the rood this season is Jule Walter In Side Tracked At Lan caster opera house Thursday nUbt Nov Ttln present cold snap camo In suddenly Sunday night after a much needed rain fell Ito was seen In many places Monday and yesterday mornings MIRTH mimicry and music The Worlds Leading Monologue Entertain or Ralph Blngham the allround good follow will appear at Walton Opera Rouse tonigh- tnIaTURNIISJohn Lanham of Casey brought us In a lot of turnips Saturday that were as largo us ordinary pumpkins Caioys soil Is evidently good for growing turnips Now election over wo suggest that the people settle down to business If you owo for your paper or any other account at this office lot It be your business to liquidate at once HUSTONVILLB Noll Adams MoKlnney and several of her pupils at Beaumont College Harrodsburg wil- lIe a recital HI Alcorns Opera House In Huitonvllle Friday evening 15th TllBRK Is an apple tree on Mr Geo W Evans farm In Garrard which was planted by Mr Joseph Evans who died 03 years ago which still bears fruit This years crop was the finest It hat borne In years- PItE31DRNT ROOSEVELT Is finding great trouble In securing horses to fill tbo requirements of the White House We would respectfully refer him to Dryo fc Co of Hustonvlllo who can please the most fastidious HELD WITHOUT BAIL Wra G Holland who shot Elijah Blngbam to death at Corblnr last week was bold without ball Witnesses testified that Btnghara was bhot four times In the back before ho could gut his pistol out of his pocket SHOOTING AT Mo1tuLAND Charley Johnson tho gentlemanly young man who runs the omnibus line from More land to Hustonvlllc emptied a revolver at Bill Robinson a Negro at More land Only one shot took effect which inflicted a slight flesh wound Johnson gave himself up nt d was released on light ball Tho Negro cursed Mr Johnson when the latter asked him to get out of the way and lot him pass Ho who shall grow fat there fore see Sldo Tracked at the Lancas ter Opcrn House Julo Walters tramp Is so well known to moat theatre goers that comment on his workas Horatio Is almost unnecessary Mr Walters promises us a revelation in stage mo chanism this ecaeon and a supporting company of unusual excellence togeth er with specialty features that should provo vastly entertaining At Lances ter Thursday night 7 Admission 25 60 and 75 cents Seats on sale at J E Stormos drug store A LARGE crowd attended tho burial of Mrs George W Evans at Goshen church Saturday morning and heard a splendid funeral discourse delivered by Elder A R Mooro of Lancaster Mr A C Robinson who was present tells ua ho trover saw more damp eyes at a funerals nor scarcely ever attended the funeral of a better woman Mrs Ev ans was a Miss Traylor a sister of Messrs John Alex W H and Thos Traylor of this county and was a matt excellent Christian lady Many friends In this county sympathize with Mr Evans In his great loss EVERYTHING In rubbers at Sever acre k Sons WEDDING presents In ecdltfj variety at Hamiltons NEW broadcloth nodvenetian Severance 3 Suns GET steakroasts etc at E C Montgomerys under Myers House OUR Pllerlm Coffee at Jfio U as good as others sell at 20c Try It John Bright Jr A Gu THE residence on West Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton la for sale oAppIv at thin olllon TScIIANZ1IrJoanTecnenz aged 80 and bond old German of the Krlrg er nectloD died SmurdK of old age Cummins 01 will away the One SCO dinner eat now in their window One tlukll with eauh 81 00 cash purchase RALPH D1teaHAdu0 to Harmd burg tomorrow night for tho stvantb consecutive year Toe people dote on him thuro and muki him it great teas SALEV S ulroadmloietra tor of W D McGuire will soil at pub lie auction at Clarks Jeffcreon county on Saturday Nov 10 a lot of bore i cattle bogs farming Implement Sc CIRCUITbegan on time Monday but there was llulo done save se letting the juries and charging the grand jury Judge Saulley performed the latter duty at length calling atten tion especially to the election laws and sue prohibition ucdtnti selling liquor ua that day Tne days Common wealth docket was called and most of the cases continued At 1030 the court adlourned till Wednesday morning The following gentlemen cntnpuao the grand Jiry J F Cash A J Tnorap in W H Curtis S W Givens G A Latrtey EJ PItOIl J M Cook George D Hopper M S Lyoi J B Footer Charles Dunn George S Carpenter After a full and oorop hon tvo charge G S Carpenter was appointed foreman Ttit petit jury eoottitt of O Fowler W U Dudderar J T Brabry F Chandler E E Wriebt J It Hales W U Unaerwood Ssronsl lMid rnr J H Knpltiunn J A MaKee George Holmes U P Yimotr Henry Uu h J W Powell J 1 MeKtnnuy John Sutton W A Halo J T Binpuraao T M Holmes J H Thompson Henry Pleasant T G Nunnelley GARLAND SINGLETON School Supfrintendent GEN ALriER takes water like a dUck In his socalled History of Ae Span ish American War ho took occasion to refer In a most uncomplimentary manner to certain nowspjper corre spondents against whom he had a grievance charging them with running at the Brat Ore and from ti sofa ritreut on board a transport wrllmr Ivlnsr re ports of enirtiremt nts Robert Hard Ing Davis believing mm his criticism of Alger that ha referred 11 him de inanded an apnloiry or aratrnntlonwlth the thrpatnt n Hhpl inr Whereupon ho immediately rrtopondcd that be did not mean unvhlv ID tiniMular and especially not Mr Dtvl Th general wrote the honk for suln nod U It dollar to doujrhnuM that his will vet tho worst of It bonre hole through W HERRINJalltr At Merrlmac WIs a woman killed her child by throwing H into a stove in which there was a roaring Are- A mob In attempting to raid III blind tiger In Pulaakl county shot and killed tfnveyear old child G REYNOLDS 1M Auritor POLITICAL Gen P Wat Uurdln registered at Harrodsburg as a democrat An expression of sympathy and grief on account of the assassination of Pros dent MoKlnley was entered upon the minutes of the Hungarian Diet James R Cook of Somerset bal- ben appointed United Slates commts sloner to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Capt Will C Curd Henry Clay McDowell a grand son of Henry Clay and himself a Kentuck lan will likely succeed Judge John Paul just deceased as U S judge for VirginiaThe of B Leandcr Guffy the son of Judge GUlly of the court of ap peals and the republican nominee for prosecuting attorney of the Frankfort city court was stricken from the regis tration lists as it Is claimed be Is are sident of Morgantown Butler county Now that Admiral Schley has been vindicated by the testimony in the court of Inquiry ns he was by the pea pie before an Inquiry was asked for and ordered It la hardly probable that the navy department will be any more strenuous than It was when It was permitting a dirty conspiracy to batch in tho bureaus of the department and when it bad no disciplinary restraint for the tongue of slander among offi cers There is too much danger that the liars and slanderers will go un wblpt of justice perhaps rewarded for their mendacity with soil assign ments Cincinnati Eoqulrer No advantage Is to be gained by Ig noting race prejudice it Is wiser to recognize It and to make our plans con form to It Race pride like self respect Is a valuable characteristic The race question which we have on hand will require for Its proper solu tion the intelligence and patriotism of oil the people black as well aa white The recent occurrence at tbo Wblto Rouse will not make that solution eas ier but it ought to convince all of tho folly of adding to those problems which we must meet another greater and more complicated race problem In th- eOrientW J Bryan in the Common erAfter the surgical operation Barber What will you have on your face witch hazel or bay rum Nalther wan err the other Just put on plain cou- rtpsUrJudge FARM FOR SALE I TheJU Napier farm mile from Hus tonTllte Lincoln county Kv 81 acres good grass and farming land Plenty of wal6l creek well and neverfalling spring One third cash balance one and two years JAS O REID Huitonvlllo Ky Estray Steer A Sycarolil black and white spotted steer came to mv place Sunday Oct 27 The owns can get her by paying for this notice nud her keep J V ADAXIS Sweeney Ky BlueGrass Nurseries FAJUL 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Small Irults Asparagus und everything for Orchard Lawn We sell at right prices to the planter and have no Agents General on application to H F IlILLKNMBYEK Both Telephones Lexington Kv Farm For Sale A farm of 70 acres y mile from Neats Creek Church Lincoln County for sale Some timbered and somo land good house and outbuildings and well watered to acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Iy J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Rrucot Old Stand Depot St STRIIFORfl KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel ing Men Ihonb No Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Pottersmeet 31 xCC r H Hi IHH Mi IH HHIHH HeatingStoves r Grates Coal Hods Water EveryKindQueensware John Bright Jr Co TheGrq Flyer Development Co Wm Hicks Presidents 1Mn Phottvplace VicePresident SfiDlrectorGray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Home office 17 and 10 Princeton Ave Bluefleld W Va Branch office McKlnney Kentucky t Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value 1 This company controls 1100 acres of proven oil territory in the Green River OIL beendrilledt OIL FOUND IN PRYING QUANTITIES tOne well being within 30 yards of this company lands This company bas pur chased the latest patented and reel together with boiler and engine all new This machinery Is already on the ground and drilling has already begun 5500 shares of the stock are now offered at 40c a share for the next 30 days only to be used only in tho development of the property Application for stock can be made to the Secretary and Treasurer or to Dr Ed Alcorn HusUn vllle Ky or S A Mid dleton Crab Orchard Ky Make all remittances payable to the order of tho com parry S P GRAY General Manager McKinney Ky GOOD Medium and full KS Novelties in Comona Flannels Big bargains in Bain A 1 surpiso in a Black Satin Skirts at 25c garment best ever offered at reliable goods only No shoddies SPECIALNEW Stanfrod I I m I I++ ++ jJ We have given a good line of Cloaks i for the little folks children up to four It years old of cloths and iIstylc8 Itii Como let us show goods Wo Z wll1I LOW I During the month of andsee what we have Sons ESi3e i3W Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New acd Fresh Gcods and of tbe Best Quality at tho Very Lowest Prices Heavy Bootsjat manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUSTQNVILLE r C 5 P THEINTMQRJOURIL Entered n the pottojflce at Stanford at teondclau matt- errfubllaheetTn3a nFz1avw41 1 PER YEAR CASH ar1 Wben not sopatd 3oo will bet barged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going Nortb t23t a iron 25 II a 23II South 12 89 am u i lids w pin For slliPolnU KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION NoW ArrrlrcdttBUntordtt 108 A M No 21 Loarea Stanford at 210 A X Mo 21 ArrlTMatUonUndat 1200 OAT No23 Leave SUnford at 210 r M i R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky n Office over Higgins tit McKlnneye Stor Telephone No 48 s f McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoBanaaay e e KvMakeand keep constantly on hand the best or lour Meal Shlpstulr Bran Ohlck i on Feed C Prices very reatonable Oua tom grinding a Hpoclalty D V Kenned Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE tSSWBTOKESWProrJ JUNCTION CITY KZ a FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable DaleB Special Attention to Traveling Men ti Grain and Hay For Sale r FOX LOGAN a LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand aDd for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager H C RUPLEY k The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call JF1tRM FOR SHL6 I Containing 183 acres two miles south of on Mlddleburg pike 175 acre twkfi both and well watered Can be sold tn two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J S MOIILEV McKinney Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of about 60 acres 24 miles from IIus tonvllle on Moreland Station and Carpen teraStation pike olio a l grUt roll with good traction engine Will sell rea to JOUN OINWIDDIE 1mIlustonyille Ky GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Ceo Holmes stow near the railroad on OtUn helm pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth of your money will always find bargains at my store I an selling second bund Clothing to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goode Fine Shot lists Caps etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat ronlto me promUlng you fair treatment I gtvo you a cordial Invitation to volt the Cincinnati Bargain Store Call and see mi when you come to town We will sell flour and meal from MorrIs Freds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI IIMIGAIN STORE M REISER fans itCOALI have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continuo In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patron age I handle the best grades of Jclllco coal T L 8IIELTON Rowland Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY OavlUl Stock t50000 Surplai 110000 This lnstltunon originally established at the Di potitBinfcnf Stanford In 1858 then reorftnlied si UisNiUoniJIUnk ofSUntord In 1865 indlgtl t ternnUed u the FU t National Bask ot SUnforc nlMJ ItM had prsetleallr an uninterrupted ullt me for 41 year It U teller supplied now will IIot1U Cor tranucUnC blUlla prempt1f and I rslljthsnsTsrlMloraln IU long mil honoub sneer ACOOUDU of lnillTlJu liCiudtrlM 14 Uitt UuiliioUclUd ItDlftICTOadd Uaooln Coo- T f BarrisI J S BockuII WrWtlton II JUCoUUrCnbOrcad M DKli or DUoford 1Koeke Presidasha A Jw BaydenStgfu 8 H BaugbmsoI TP1IUI W A TribbleI JM Kobltucn Hubbls oencaa U fUeBobmi Cable Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky lofflc oTi r McBoberU1 Drag Ston la the Owsle liulldlng ERDILLEHADANVILLE KY Manufacturer o- fBRICTIAnd Dealer In Lime Cement oolW- rite For Pr- iceeVitae OreDo you know what It ism If not It will to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa TflEoNoKL Geolo per or addressing tst ChicaRO FL or N H Booze Agt Mnrksbury Ky DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of LouliTlllo will be at St Asapli HotelStnnford Friday Nov 8 Eyes examined and glMses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PUOPBIETOR x me on grinding If I do not satisfy yo I wilt not ask to again Mr Jams Mllburn head miller for J II Ilaughnmn Co for years Is now with me Call at mJ mill fo- rFlour Meal Bhipstuff Chickoa Food Etc and I solicit II lowestAt the very share of your patronage promising to gl1e m- ebutbearlamind thll belt always that I need 11 MORRIS FRED Prorrpatronage FARM FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Edward McCarty farm of 317 ACRES J Three and one half miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg lexington Ky JC+ JYJCc1J1 Y AEEltdd nisi dsdsf iste rY EMBALMER And Dcalear In 1Z 1 NESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY fi HAYS UNDEfTtXEES AIJODKALn- aaDcFurniture r IattinjsRug And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for at kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right WANFORD KENTUOKr I NEWS TESIWilliam Thomas a to death near Liberty Mo frozoII I There was a heavy snow In Wisconsin nod Nebraska Sunday I I Minister Wu says be has not reeoh ci any notlco of his recall to CbnaIAn assassin unsuccessfully to kill the St Potenburg prefect oJ policeIAt Cherokee Lawrence county Lare Hicks was shot and killed by blcOUI1D Noah KellyIThere were 12 arrests for felonies In Lexington Sunday the second worst city In the world A youth was lined 925 at Nasbvlllo under tbo Johnnie Law for wrltlDg to a pupil at Ward Seminary Bankers say Commissioner 1crkci fs wrong about tho tax on collaterals and will ignore it to secure a test Tne biggest oil well In the world bat been brought In at Beaumont TexBl It 1s flowing 200000 barrels a day George Boyle a drunken Louisville Negro set fire to a house and was burned beloro he could be dragged out Mrs Wm Waye at St Paul saturated her clothing In kerosene set Oro to It and the flesh was burned off btr body Great Britain Is sending more troops to South Africa and Is preparing to maintain a garrison of 60000 after hoe lllttles aroconcluded Over 875000000 Is spent annually for Intoxicants In Germany It is estlma ed that the average Gorman consume five glasses ol spirits a day Edward S Stokes the slayer of Jim Fisk over Joale Mansfield who Was onco one of the most prominent men on Wall street died in New York The nine occupants of the car of tbo balloon which escaped from San Fra cisco Saturday returned safely to tbat city after a perilous ride of 30 miles During a political meeting at Fer rum Va Saturday one whtte man and a Negro were killed and two other white men were seriously wounded by ft Negro Lawrence Berry a Negro who assaulted asd fatally Injured Dud Croucl at Owlngevl11 was removed to Mt Sterling jail because of threats of lynchingThe Mining News a1 that Senator W A Clark of Montana Is the richest man In the world HeI I has just refused 8500000000 for bls United Verde Mine Two female nurses at the Dunnli go III Asylum for the Insane aro to b formally charged with having starved to death two female patients to wbom they had taken a dislike The lager beer breweries of Louis vllle entered Into a combine and were Incorporated under the title of tbo Central Consumers Company Tbe capital stock Is 3500000 The PanAmerican Exposition clone finally at 12 oclock Saturday nigh The exhibition was a financial fallun The loss was about 81000000 Tho to sal attendance was a little over 8000 000 While on his way to the Tenncssc penitentiary Harry Han who WIU l sentenced with two other mm to two years In prison for robbing a postoDlci I confessed that he had bion Implicate In the robbery ol the Man b8ster lenn bank a few weeks ago One years Imprisonment forfellur if pay during that period ned dUhot rable discharge from the eervloe Id the punishment Klaotrlelan John W- Stoll for approving the ateaealantlon 0 the late President MoKlnlov Stol jails from Cleveland Onto the blrtl place of Czolgntz- T6 onm tu c to orHI o the valor of tbe Confederate solders who fell in one ot tbo bloodiest conflicts of the olvll wnl vbcn the forces of Roseorans and Brag net on the banks of Stones viar the oyal men and women of Murfrcosborc Pcnn have erected a handsome monument the unyelllngof which will take place Thursday Forest Ores that bad been burnln Inca last Tuesday did much damage to farm property in Wood township Jefferson county Residents in that part of the county were compelled to work lor three days without rest to eave heir homes Sundays rain brough ellef Vandals took advantage of tbe Ore and a law and order league is lob rganlzed to protect the farmers Louis Council colored who It Is al eged committed a criminal assault on Mrs James West was banged at Fey ttevillo N C Just before the black- cap was adjusted Father Marlon thi rlsoners spiritual adviser asked him Are you InDocent or ullty Taklrj tbe cross in his hand Council replied Before God and man I am Innocent The priest retook thee cross and hold loa it aloft said Before this aseem lage and in spite of Gov Aycocki action I declare Louis Council an Innocent mans At this moment the trap as sprung and tbe rope broke There Is more Ctlnb In this sectionoleh ceuntr11ban aU olherdiseases put together IDo1- DoUI the lilt few year was supposed to be In aul- lahle For a great ui njryir doctors pronoucur I a local disease and prescribed local rmcnc Iud bjr constantly lalllnK to cure with such tdle- tmot l It Incurable SclencereitI orencatinbto his constitutional disease ha tntoranqulreaconitltullonal treatment Hall Calanh Cure y K J Cheney tCo cureIbe1OD m III drop toa teaspoonful It ICU krrclly os the blood and mucous nurfam ol the sy 1 1 in The- oller ono hundred dollirs forcayesseI falls 10- cure a4ndlotcfrcularsandtntimonlals- Addrea F JCHENEVA CO Toledo 0r Sold br drunUta 75c UaltllamUy Im are the best 11 MT OLIVET I R T King ono or the clever lumber men of this section has moved his mill to Casey Creek The weather still cootltue favors boo to farmers and they are putting good Limo sowing wheat 10I Rev P A Gillian bus been tag tome very Interesting sermons at this place for the past few nights Thp baseball team at ibis placo Is making rapid progress They defeated the Joyce team oo Out 20 and expect another victory when they uiset Walls ownClaude Bales the crack second base man of tho Uumphroy Stare cut bls knee at a corn cutting a few nights ago but thinks ho will be able to play bV the next game O P G Ypu do not often hear from the po plo in the knob of Casey through tbe column of tho paper this however does not prevent us from being a tree generous nod a well contented people Our prospects we are willing to admit are not very extensive but wo cai boast I am proud to say ot tho larg et pumpkin In the county and 1 be Jlevo I am safe in saying In this part of tho State ono that grew on the farm of W B McCluro It welgh73 pounds outweighing the one described by the Mlddleburg correspondent by 31 Ibs The challenge of the Mlddloburg mar has been accepted and his pumpkin has been weighed In the balance and found wanting Wo now challenge ether farmer of this section to produce tbe pumpklna that beau the product of tbe knobs of Casey Likes Our Jailer I beg tbo editor of this INTERioR ouitNAL to allow mo to make this tatemeat as I have had a nearing row tbo court of appeals and bavo- been granted a new trial I am expect ag to bu ordered to the mountains ono I have boon here In tbo custody of Jailer DiUurda over six months and I want It made known w the reader of tlls paper that since I have been In his ustody I have been treated with gen lemanly respect and It teum to tae bat I have bens cired for by Mr Do lordo and family at If I wore u mem ber of the family and therefore I want o eav them I upprcolitia It very much Ind lurttiurtnore I will be clad to meet my father anti friends of Kmiern Ken ucky and tell thnm nf ibn good treat meDtII ave had from the julep of Lin cnln couiiiv A mao of more honor and expect we dont need and for this cause ny pn pi sad mytclf will remember Mr UeDorde for isret t B HFSDIIICKSON JlVAs 1 IUDhEKAH Miitjiftiale tititnjorJ Itint n All mr iin of tbn tlcth Copffe ilonal dare interested In proutotlo the okiiMt of education are hereby not tied that a mIIJr will he held In tbt city of SbolbvvJil flU SMartty tLort Ing at lOiinlooK Nov 10 1031 for thE purpose of organizing un educations ad oolnttun In the above named die trio U U earnestly desired that oy o y county be represented at this meet log BK3T JIKVKDY FOIL DIAUKI10 Some years ago while at nrtlneburg W Va I wfto take with cholera inorbu which was followed by diarrhoea TIll do lord medicine dill me no good I wa advised to gut a bottle of f hambcrlain Colic Cholera nnd DUrrhoea Remedy wbch I did and It Lured me sound an- twclllG A Morris Kmbreavllle Pa Sold b7 Irnic A Uncke druggist h eqBacocrs at LastDr Brown Well did you Iep the a rmnrnfiler lo thi room at 70 degree as I told you Mu Murphy I did rtnc dskur but had a bard tolme jo it The onlj place It would stay at sTiit tvre for ntntt the chimneypiece ufe FREE S FREE Dont tall to ask for the Consumers and Merchant BENEFIT SCRIPT Customer take notice that for every caih purchase of ONB DOLLAR Snow anrIII Merchant whoso name appear In title ad entitle you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPT Which they will eccept for 5 cents on every CASH PUUC1IA8E OF ONE DOL LAIC And take special notice that tbo Merchants who belong to this Aio elation are the most widezke and coop time best stock of good and their prices are the lowesteINTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Proprietor FINE PIUNTINQ Severance Sons Dry Goo s Notions Shoes StoroDrugsand ChemicalsPennys Drug Withers Iunliturt OoFllmituro Carpets o Groceries Hardware and Implements- II J AiellobertsG Furnisher Millinerflies R E L SinnllsOonl Dealer William Hamilton 0 Jeweler J A Allen it Co Lumber Louram 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS A COY We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming ImplementstHarness c Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat OatstHIt Rye t c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford Get RichI Oilier have doue ito why onnl you Deposit your niiinor with tlic t t t t Tilt FAYETIE INVESTMENT CO rO m OF LEXINGTON KY ln fP rm J Mure it wilt lie safe sod incrtjwe While You SleepmJlY JESSE FL ALVERSOH Local Agont roo 0 is 0000000000000 6 lS Jrr 0 00 0 0 0 0 00000000 If you are behind WIt i t ripton to Ito this paper greatly c tag 2 in rt hinge ra9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 II 0 0 0 Q 0 0 Q Q 0 Q lDl Uit n I t titi