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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALti VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 18 1903 SAM NO 49 1 Tho Anonymous Lotter Writer Of couno the anonymous loiter writ er It a coward if be la not menially unbalanced yet It would ba Idle to lay that be doe not oauo Infinite path and mortification to hU victims It Ie easy to advise people to pay no attention to anonymous lotted sealer said than done Such communications may excite disgust and contempt but they arc nlvrays read and they fre intently hit the raw Thepinon who Is mean enough and cruel enough to write nnojmous letters li mean enough and cruel enough to pick out things that hurt the mot There li not one of us but hat some weakness or foible Innocent enough v perhaps which makes u wince when It Is mentioned Ill luoh things at this the anonywous letter writer uner rlngy note out and makes capital of So too with fatally skeletons They are In every closet People oonoenl them as mueh ai possible but the anon ymous letter writer drags thorn out and shows them not to the public It IIk true but to their unfortunate posses sons who are trying to forget them Any weaknesses any mlsfortuneany momentary lapse from conventional tty constitutes cmtnunlUon for the writer of anonymous Utter tie preys upon human suffering i What ball his victim do They can at least do one thing They can de prove him of the satisfaction of know leg that hll malice has been cffiotlvo They can thwart him by giving no sign or no blot that they have received his letters They can make hlmuneasy by making no references to them either In public or In private thus exciting In his mind the surmise that they might r have gone astray and failed to yeaoh their destination This and this only Is the sole ro course of those who may fled themselves analled by the ambushed cow ard who takes delight In causing shame and anguish to his fellows Deny him r the mean satisfaction of seeing his shafts hit their mark Ignore the cow ardly communications outwardly even If they cannot be dismissed from the mind Leave the skulking miscreant to his Imagination Give him nothing over which to gloat Men and women cannot help being hurt by anonymous letters but they can conceal the hurts and thereby confound the writer a EVE YSGOING To the State Fair at Owensboro next month and see the great exhibits fo which 120000 cash prizes will be Khan The great Kentucky State Fair ily the biggest In the South is onl- I Live weeks oil and as Sept 21 ap proaches the Interest Increases rapidly The enterprising city of Owensboro on the hustle as It has not been In years and there Is going to be a show that no citizen of Kentuuky can afford 4to miss Many of tho States exhibits for the St Louis Exposition will first be teen at the State Fair at Owensboro next month and the fact that many of t the prize winning exhibit will be lent to the World Fair next year will prove an additional Incentive to everyone Cash amounting to 120000 will be distributed In prizes for all kinds o stock farm and mineral products household work and other exhibits Send to L D Shropshire secretary Board of Trade Building Louisville for catalogue or Information Not OverWise There Is an old allegorical picture of a girl scared at a tags hopper Lut in the act of heedlessly treading on a snake This IB paralleled by the man who spends a a large sum of money building a cyclou- cellar but neglects to provide his family with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bowel complaints whose victims outnumber those of the cyclone a 100 to one This remedy Is emywhero recognized as the most prompt and reliable medicine In use for those disease For sale by Craig A Hooker FAIR DATES The following is the lilt of fair dates fixed for this year Brodhead Aug 10 3 dayaFern Creak August 18 4 days Lawrcnceburg August 18 4 days Columbia Aug 184 days Liberty Aug 20 three days l Shephordsvllle August 25 4 days London Aug 20 three days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bardstown Sept 5 days Elizabethtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 16 4 days t Otrensboro Kentucky State Fair Sep tember 21 0 days When you want a physic that la mild and gentle easy to take and certlan to act always use Chamberlains Ptomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Craig locker Owen Hawkins has told the Ander son New to a itock company for 13500 CHURCH MATTERS Rev J J Hurty of St Louis was ooat rat d archbishop of Manila In tho Pran l eo church at Rome At the union services wbloh wore held at tho Methodist church Sunday night Rev P J Ross preached a flue sermonRev R R Noel closed his meeting at Silver Creek church which resulted In 18 addition and a general awaken ing of tho church member Elds C E Powell of this place and J Q Montgomery of Liberty closed a 10 davt meeting at Mldaleburg Thurs day night which resulted In 10 addl done Elds J G Livingston and A J DiughertoVa meeting at Sopera re suited In SO addition to the oburoh It lasted 10 dove and great interest was manifested The Wllraoro church has just finish ed the erection of a beautiful manse for the pastorpRev S M Logan carefully plannfci and most complete In all Us appointment at a cost of 2000 The ootLpass of a special sermon by the gifted Rev Huay at Stanford ad dressed to young men must have been very broad Elder Joe Ballou beard it and said It helped him Somerset JournalRev George W Shadoan will preach at Cain Store church next Sunday morning Since his recent ordination his services are In demand and very much enjoyed all over the county Somerset Journal The protracted meeting at Deuners Chapel has closed There were 17 ad ditions by baptism and a groat revival of Christian spirit The preaching wa done by Rev W D Moore In an able and forceful manner Pastor E W Sum mer Is greatly rejoiced over the roo suits of the metlUnllnarrodlbur DemocratAfter years separation It seems possible that the two branches of th Presbyterian church In Kentucky will be reunited Into one church with no Northern and no Southern synods Three great steps In that direction have been taken within tbo last few years the last one being completed last week when the Presbyterian churches both North and South Louisville united to form ono corpora tion for the management of a hospital and bought tbo Gray Street Infirmary According to figures recently made public the total value of church property In Now York Is 1160175000 Of this o have whichrIs placed at 14303600 second on the willyPresbyterians with 111620000 He brows 111330400 Methodist 14911 500 Dutch Reformed 1702000 Bap List 81471000 Unitarians 1935000 Christian Scientists 1007000 Unlve- ealiste 1033000 Congrcgatlonallsti 1010000 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Florence Bradley little daughter Mr and Mrs W A Morrow died at Somerset last week Marshal Dodson a prominent farmer rand politician of Wayne county died at isle home near Rankin of typhoid fever The Bennett Oil Company brought In a well on the Young farm on Bea ver Creek In Way no county at 200 fee good for 100 barrels John Rymel of Richmond has been awarded tbo contract to rebuild th bank at Paint Lick that was destroys by fire some weeks ago On the return of Harry McCarty trlewith tbo Kentucky editors he foua installed a now editor In tho possession of his household A Ion was born his 0 wife Denton Halo the 13 old son of H A Hale of the United States rove nue oHlce Danylllo shot himself thro and through with a 33 calibre revolver Tho bullet entered his left breast penetrating the lung and missing the heart only an Inch Mrs Anna Oppcnhelmer of Russell vllle charged with killing her child pleaded not guilty to the Indictment Cincinnati Her attorneys plea abatement and their motions to quash the Indictment as irregular for an ca ly trial and for ball were alt overruled by the court and she was remanded to jailMrs John Divine of Mercor ewa lowed a pin about a year ago Some months after iho swallowed It she be gas suffering Intense pains In he breast which at times were almost unbearable A tow days ago she felt a stinging sensation between her shout dare near her spine and asked her bus band to examine the spot To isle sur prise be found the pin protruding from the flesh and with considerable difficul ty pulled it out- ExCoucty Judge L B Hall of Dix on Webster county dropped dead while at work on his farm NEWS NOTES David Hungate aged 78 Is dead In IeraerIA slight earthquake shook was felt at Livingston Friday afternoon A Washington City woman has se cured a certificate as railroad engin ear The bridge over St Joe River at Mendon Mlob was partly destroyed by a meteor Curtis Jott will be tried for the mur der of Jim Cockrell The ease will be called Sept 7 J W WlUons tore at White Hall Madison county was broken Into and robbed of IIOISIFranklin B Hiitoblneon has been elected commander ln ahfef of the Un Ion Veterans Union Within a year diamonds worth fiHWOOO have come through the New York Oustom House William Cruoe a Cincinnati travel log man died at the Mlddleiboro Ho tel of Intestinal obstruction Judge Asbor Carutb of Louisville met wlto a painful accidental Kenoiba WIs but la Improving rapidly- A large estate has boon left Con gresiman Gibson of Tennessee by a woman who befriended him In boyhood Grooms Texas Bready a wellknown ealurer of Austin Texas was drown ed in the Mississippi river at St LouisCurtis Jett Is again In the Lexington jail White his partner In the assassi nation of J B Marcum was taken to CovlngtonRtsldentsof the country about Mt Vesuvius are In a state of panic for lavasfrom the volcano After arranging herself in evening dress the daughter of a wealthy man swallowged carbolic acid and died Six hundred sister of Providence anenual retreat atSt llarye ot the Woods Ind the home of their order Seven person are now dead and sev eral others are dpicgat WlnQeldKan as a result of the maniacal deed of a man who fired Into a crowd at a band concert- Farmer Sheriff Henry Broughton of Boll county the witness who ran away from Georgetown was brought book by detectives and will testify In the Caleb Powers case At Kansas City George B Evans a Kentuckian whose father was once sheriff of Brcatbllt county and who was killed there as the result of a feud shot und killed his young wife ai she slept and then committed suicide In a cemeteryTwo graves have been discovered In the woods near Rook port In Ohio county and their finding Is considered a mystery as it is not gravers were dug no bodloebavlhg been therein Judge Oiborne overruled a motto for a new trial In the case of Curt e Jett awl Tom White sentenced to prls Ifon for life for the murder of James B Marcum An appeal will be taken and a flay of execution has been granted for days LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Michigan Fultz seed wheat for sale John B Foster Stanford Ky 2t JastKlmbcrlln 100 barrels of new corn at 1 2 eIrlsb Lad won the Saratoga Saturday defeating Hermls and Salve ble IIudaoof todr Montgomery county farmers are refusing 486 for fat cattle They want 5 cents There were no salsa of cattle at Dan ville court yesterday and too day was the dullest from every standpoint In years ESTJIAYKD Last Tuesday a solid red holler weight about 600 pounds eatrayed from the Geo Hopper place Reward for her return Alex Holts claw theplive to 100 bushels to tbo aero Is th cawsrr portions of the territory Jesse F Cook of Lexington has gone to Nebraska for another consignment publicIsale of 160 of them at Richmond Sept 8 Mr Cook has handled between 500 rand 600 Nebraska horses in the last six weeks Ho has cold them all the way from 85 to 8100 Simon Well the wellknown cattle dealer of Lexington made the biggest sale of cattle last week ever recorded In Fayette county he selling to Lehman Broa of Baltimore 600 held of cattle for 840000 Well bought 404 head of the cattle from J H Graves of Fay for 830000 and the remaining 199 head he had on hand Remit us for your subscription LANCASTER Another pbyalolan Is toon to locate hereMrs Jack HIatt Is hostess of a faouco partyPrloe Bros sold 33 cattle to R G Denny at 4c Rumor has It that a wedding will occur here soon F P Frlsble has returned from a fishing trip to Michigan i Elder Tinder closed his meeting at t Hubble Sunday evening- A floe lot of walnut lOlls Is being hauled hero tor shipment l D G Ross and others shipped sever loads of hogs to the city Friday Rev C M Chumbley Is attending I the Ministers Conference at Winona LakeWm a Sutton told 23 acres of land near MoCreary to George Crow for 11100I Dunn sold to W A Masale of Texas his horse Rockefeller for 81 000 and Garrard Chief for 8500 Mrs Annie Mongall of Kansas City has been visiting In this vicinity It was her flrn visit to her old home In 37M years The business men of Paint Lick have united with the National Board of Fire Underwriters and raised a reward of 81000 for the apprehension of the ones who caused the recent fire there The circuit court docket is as 101I lows 66 old Commonwealth cases 54 old equity 10 equity appearances 16 new nrdldary appearances The Met calfe and Ledford murder cases will be tried this term Miss Mary Rice soliciting agent for the Duquesne Mining Co Is visiting relative here She is perhaps the only woman In the world who holds such a position Miss Rice has had a check ercd career was Galveston flood auf ferer and later a Beaumont journalist and Is now known as the Queen of Thunder Mountain Joe F Price left Saturday for Cin cinnati Mill Elizabeth Morrow Is at home from a visit to Lexington Mrs Mary Bryant of Chattanooga Is visit ing relatives hero Mr and Mrs Robt Anderson of Richmond aro guests of Mrs Sam Jonnson Ed Price and wife and Miss Lucy Fracces attended the Ba11ew Price wedding near Richmond Mrs Elbert Smith and children of JeUlso aro with Mrs Geo Farris Mr and Mrs WC Wherritt of New Or leans and Wm Bogle and wife of Ow ensboro are guests of W H Wherritt and family Miss Lily Grant Is visit tug in Lexington Mr and Mrs W B Mason are back from Chicago Miss Katie Hempblll of Nlcbolasvllle Is visiting Miss Mary Arnold J M Or and of Waco Texas is visiting H C Jennings Mrs J C Robinson Is vii iting In Winchester Miss Theo Hemp hill Is visiting In NIcholasAllle Miss Alberta Anderson has returned from Lexington Mrs George Pattsrson and daughter are In Chicago Miss Honey wood Huffman and the little Misses Robson of Louisville are visit log relatives here Miss Mary Gill has gone to Portsmouth O Mrs Ed Mi nor and daughter are visiting In Louis tills Capt Herndon and daughter have been at Enlll Springs Miss Ethel West Is vlnltln In Mt Vernon Mrs Mary Sharp of Frankfort has been visiting In this vicinity Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has provented attacks of choler- morbus by taking Chamberlains 1and Liver Tablets when she fell an attack on Such attacks are usually caused by indigestion innd these Tablets ItO just what if needed to cleanse the stqmich and ward oQ the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may be prevented in the same way For sale by Craig Hocker Allen roof Harrudsburg an old man with tailing sight fired a shot gun at chickens In his tomato patch The screams of a sixyearold boy tot towed the report and It developed that his neighbors son Cornehon bad re calved the load of shot Intended for the fowls The shot entered the face and abdomen and tbo lad Is In a serious con dition Commonwealths Attorne Byrd say taeea against Curtis Jett In the Cockrell murder than In the Marcum case He says thorn are three witnesses to th killing and that Jetts motive for the murder can be established The mill tary force at Jackson will be reduced today to 65 men The two Frankfort companies are to be withdrawn L Charles M Schwab the steel king Is behind a big tailoring trust which will operate through branches all over the country It will open seven stores In New Ycrk on August 22 Louisville and Lexington have so far been select ed as principal points in Kentucky The formal consolidation of the five shipyards on the Ohio river controlled by Capt Ed Howard of Jeffewonvllle has taken placeL CLOTHING COSTf Every Fancy Suit in this house has Leon marked down to the original t and EOina to loss Wo aro clearing thorn out to make room for Fall stock You will find sonic fiuo bargains if you come soot Those prices are for CASH i IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing i Your money beck it youre not satisfied T 0 mILLER Danville Ky SPECIAL SALE O e Buggies and Surreys For the next 15 das Cut this Out eessassaaiB And it will be wo- rth5OO Credit to you on a Buggy or Surrey Only one credit on each Job sold J RJ ASE DEN Lancaster Ky I PURE VINEGARS impressionharmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars are no longer obtainable This is a mistaken idea however II J Heinz Co are perfectly reliable nnd supply pure foods only Their Vinegars fully comply with the Pure Food Laws not only of every State in the Union but of every country in the world11o sell IlCrfectlmritrHeinz Malt Vinegar Heinz Pickling Viri agar Helnz Cider Vinegar For Purity In Food Products Comejf Higgins MKinne y STANFORD KENTUCKY Invest In PaintPainton your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint comforthcost and tho best paints these days go far ther and last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs tho paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to Jully appreciate HsjQUALITY Pennys Drug StoreStanford CHRISTIAN COLLEGE assas s Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY The president Is a graduate of Kentucky University and ho spent several years In the College of Germany where he fullecorps ssBnn x 0 SESSION OPENS MONDAY AUGUST 31 1903sc CAMPBELLHAGERMAN COLLEGE For Girls and Young Women LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Full and thorough instruction by an able and experienced Faculty In all departments inclucliriip Music Arts Elocu tion and the Languages Ancient and Modern and modern buildings handsomely furnished Gymnasium r Swimming Pool C Most beautiful and lace lion For catalogue sddreee KyL T r v t- wia Ii i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a canJMite for Sheriff of Lincoln county tut Ject to the action of the democratic party GEO W DEBORD Is scnUjte for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutJect to ttie action the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Iii tandlJate for Sheriff of Lincoln county tub lect to the action of the democratic party s i JESSE C LYNN It canslJate tor sheriff of Lincoln county subject theaction of the democratic rarty JAMES C HAYS Jailer to the action of Ibe Is a candidate for subject democratic party x VYIHERRIN- It to the action of the a candidate for Jailer subject democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Ucmtn county safed to the action of the denocraMt raft A W CARPENTER of Lincoln county for RerrtsenbtlveIs a candUate subJect to the actIOn of the Arty Democratic Ticket For Goirrnor J C J1ECK1IA31 For LittllmaPlGortt1tCW IP P T1IORNE For Auditor of State 1 S W 11AGEH For Trtamrer- 1L 31 XOSWOKTir For Attorney General N B HAYS For Secretary of State gV McCHESNEY For Superintendent of Public ntlructioi J 11 FUQUA For Comnti ioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appeals J XORGAX ClfJiViY r For Railroad Oommltttoner 4 C C MCHORD- For Circuit Judge IP COw BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative JM ALVERSON t THE verdict of the Harrison count jury in tha JettWbtte case la a sore disappointment Lite Imprisonment Ie i for aaeaaalna not sufficient punishment tlon and the public generally bad bop od and believed a verdict of dealt would be the result of the second trip 1ofthe aeaaaalna of Jaa B Marcum Tbe t jury was hung by Jasper King a cous- In of Judge LatJerty attorney for the defense The other 11 jurore were to- hangingJott Seven stood for hang- Ing White About 10 ballots In all were taken The first ballot stood 11 guilt f for both men King refused to vote Toe second ballot atood 12 for guilty The question of punishment was then taken up Eleven voted to hang Jet and King held out for a pentltentlarj sentence throughout the balloting un ill the 11 came to him On Whltei Fase seven stood for banging and fivi r for penitentiary for life The last bal lot was taken at 910 oclock Frldaj morning i EFFORTS to induce former Gov W r O Bradley to take the stUmp In behal of Col Morris B Belknap will fall Several of Mr Brad ley a friends went to him several days ago says the Cou rlerJournal and told him that the f campaign committee wan willing to lee that some of his political friends were placed on the local ticket provided he agreed to take the stump this fall The reply was forcible and In unmistakable terms Mr Bradley said that once for t ell It could be understood that he was J not going to make any speeches for the i republican State ticket i MR BRYAN In the forthcoming issue of the Commoner suggests Senator i Cockrell of Missouri as a candidate for President who would be acceptable t3 the Kansas City platform democrats against whom no personal objection 1aod be urged by reorganizers Mr lauds Senator Cockrell for his cbristlan character long experience reat ability and unquestioned lotegrl 1v and closes by criticising the men Lion of Senator Gorman as a presIdeD I t lal possibility Pullman car porters are threat 4enlegto strike for higher wages and the traveling public will hope they will secure a sufficient raise to enable them to live without holding up all un fortunate enough to get In their clutch j es THE Salvation Army of Frankfort Is getting ready for the rube Legisla tors A lot In the neighborhood of Craw has been secured by them and they are soliciting funds for the erec tion of a Wayfarers Rest POPE FlCS the peasants loowho sits oa the throne of St may not be as able a man as his predecessor but be is a great deal handsomer one Leos set smile was far from fetching Ii ri S CRAB ORCHARD Rove Parrls and Tlnsloy closed an Interesting and successful meeting at tho Christian church Thursday There were ten confessions all bright younJ boys and girls Quite an Inoovatlon was Introduced during this raeetl Children were sent out to invite thelr friends to attend and pinned on then a tiny white or blue ribbon anti before the meeting closed tho ribbons were counted the color having the largos number were to be treated by th smaller number Tho whites won aod the blues treated them to some dell h ful frappe served In the church The meeting was enthusiastic and a nIce sum Of money was subscribed to bave the church remodeled this fall Mrs Morris J Harris took charge of the organ and added greatly to the pleasure of the meeting John ChadwIck is visiting his Irand parents at Taze well TenD The Irleode of Mrs J D Pettus are glad to koow that she la able to be out again alter her severe Illness Misses Florida Glb son and Jennie Mason are guests of Dr Edmiaton and family Mrs Morris J Harris and slater Miss Lillie Edmlsto of Louisville have returned home after a delightful visit to relatives aod Friends here They were accompanli iy pretty little Blrdlo Perkins Hev Wool ford and family of Lancaste peat several weeks here recently Dr llcklo has returned and Is teacblng our public school Dr Cllnkscalcs Is gues of the Gover Hotel George Bro laugh has returned from the West aod Is now with his hometolks Miss Mat- tIe Beazloy was over from Lancaster last week with friends Miss Bettl JoFall Is here visiting her uncle Mr Vm Stuart Mrs Laura Moore Is reported greatly Improved Her Bone Jeorge and Hal came to see her duro log her lllnesa Mr Adam RIchards rlenda regret that his health la so poor that he ia confined to his home Mei dames Robert Collier and James Hoi man rented the house of the late Dan loltnan and have been hero for son imo to use our medical waters Llttl Vlllle Holman la with them and cas been quite sick Charlie Holmen Is home on a visit his mother Mr Claudia Holman He has Just recovered from a spell of fever His brother Newman has gone to Alabama to get a osltlon Miss Maggie Pleasant w11 leavo shortly for Lexington to ooter tho Good Samaritan Hospital to Sear to be a tralned nurse Her many frIends wleh her success POLITICAL John W Lewis denies that he Is a ndldate for the republican nomlna tlon for railroad commissioner County Clerk Combs Qf Owsley coun ty baa been sentenced to two years In- tbe penitentiary for violation of the ectlon laws- PreDldent Roosevelt has decided to- oall an extra session of Congress for October 12 to discuss and If potslbl tact a financial measure The kid glove element of the republican partv turned down R L watbmey for secretary of the Slat mpalgn committee and elected Lafo Allen In deference to the wishes of- Col M B BeUnap nominee for goy eroorThe republican county convention held In the Eight judicial district in acted for John M Galloway of Bow lIolr Green for circuit judge Nat 1 Howard of Morganfleld received 8 ajorlty of the Instructions for Commonwealth attorney- It Is said that unless an approprl tlon of 80000000 Is made by Congres for tbe rural free delivery the servlc obably will have to be suspendei from January 1 to June 30 1004 Thi approprla lon for the fiscal year it II- IlaId will be exhausted by January 1 The republican executive conventloi of the 27th judicial district met at Som eraet and called mass conventions In- the several counties for September 12 to select delegates to a convention at imerset Sept 14 to nominate a can dldate to succeed Circuit Judge T 2 arrowHERE AND THERE The new Pope has given 820000 be poor of Rome Five girls were drowned by the cap sing of a boat In Virginia Four prisoners sawed their way out of the jail at Lawrenceburg Over 200000 pounds of hemp burned In a warehouse at Petersburg Boo John D Carrollof New Ca8tle- has announced his candidacy for judge of the court of appeals Fourteen passengers were Injured in a wreck on the Denver and Rio Grand rUroad near Nathrop Cal Luclen Lyne the Kentucky Jockoy- won four straight races at Wolver hamptoo England on nonfavorltes Prye ds Greening sold M J Farrls of Danville their kiln of 280000 brick located at the Harding kllnAdvo- cat Ed Eastln was shot and killed by aa countyheof brakomen were killed and thIrd trainman Injured in a wreck 00- the Pennsylvania railroad near Phil Noaks a star witness In the Poere case who had long been mIll- log on wenthe Bobbitt Makes a Speech and Writes About It CRAB OROIIARD Aug 10 Ytster day I received a telephone message to come up to the Springs ant dine aod make a speech I answered tha I would rather have u dish of beans and roasting cars on tho cob at my own ta bio than all tho delicacies at the Springs but would come up and Ipeak at the hour appointed and did so Had a moat select audience some of wh9m were my chosen people of the South as far down as Jeff Davis old State Ml slsslppl From a lovely old lady of hat State I received most hearty congrat latjono Among other things I said the people of the South as compared with those of the North wero of a luperlor race First In civilization in culture and In courage and distinguished for the highest developments of 1ndlvldual and social life Let us havo no moro rebellion or insurrection You can light the world for four long years but you cant whip the world and stars too But the South Is tho abode ol beauty end vlrtuo and chivalry and I wanted her to remain so No marrying oor riving In marriage with the North You can bo loyal to your governmei ffltnout plighting your vows In a mat ituonlal union with an Interior raci The dowagers and princesses or Europe ire not allowed to degrade themselves by marriage with Inferiors and any voman of the South Is the equal of anv queen that over sat upon a throne I old them that I thought those who ought for the Institutions of our fath era and the constitution of Washlngto aDd our great and glorious governmen al they bequeathed It to us and to repel the Invaders of the beautiful South and were as much entitled to pension ae those who fought to destroy them I herefore adopttbat one of tho plank of my platform on which I shall make my Congressional race I spoko of tbo Teat fccrvlce rendered at tho battle of 3ouna Vista by the gallant old hero- JelI Davis and hlsbravoMlaslsalpplan hen his regiment was oxpossd to tho lost demoralizing situation of havlni otreattng men the Indlanlans rust InJt through his lines But ho told his gallant men to open ranks and let the etroatlng men pass to the rear aDd theo amid the roar of cannon and dIn of musketry his stern voice was heard to ring out Mt siislpplans close up aDd stand firm He than threw hie ogiment Into the shape of a V and as the 10000 Mexican cavalry camo rust log on with lances poised ho gavi tern a right band and a left hand en lading and front fire and emptied all the front saddles which threw tbo lextaans Into wild contusion and Capt Iraxlon Bragg turned loose on then rltb canister and grape CapU Bragg Jeff Davis Mississippi and Beuna Vie ta wire written In commingled glory of veslastlng fame upon the scroll pt our atlonal escutcheon Among others to whom I was Intro iced after the speaking was the mot isclnatlng wife of Mr Gee 3 White and for charming beauty and repartee bat flashed like diamonds I carcely ever saw her equal She said Did yon know that my father was a colone In tbe Federal army 41 Yes madam but he and all those who ought upon the wrong side have long since repent ed in sack cloth and ashes II No he asnt and I have not either Finally I appeased her wrath by saying Well madam I hope I shall never addresi tether audience in which the mOlt beautiful woman Is a republican You are forgiven she exclaimed lapping her pretty white hands FONTAINE Fox Born urr Nice Home For Sale Cottage of three rooms and porch In oreland Good garden feed aad large warehouse Will sell at low price with termS to suit purchaser Property blonp to Rica A Turner but wilt- be sold by me Clear title D O SIFPLE Moreland Ky Estrayed or Stolen A brown bay bori eabout 0 or 10 yean old- lett my July 28 left leadingheretode Information wilt- be paid forOEO W CARTER TnrnertTllle PUBLIC SALE to executor of Mary Green deceased I will tell on SATURDAY AUG 20100- 3Atl p v In front of tbe Bank In Huston vUle Ky a lot of silverware cupi spoons All solid and rood Terms EDW ALOORN HuitonYllle Ky Executor with wilt annexed FOR RENT My farm containing 68 acres with goof doreUlng thereon I otter for rent privately 25 acres to go In corn J2 In wheat and the malnlng 20 acres for grass land Will alo tell the cropand stock on the place prl yatel1 Plenty stock water and necel8nry outbuildings Including a good stock barn Se Farm must be rented the next 3 or weeks It lays 34 mlle5- from Hustonvlllo on MIddleburg pike Pos jslon given at once MRS M F JENKINS huatonvllle Treasurers Sale For Taxes I On Monday Aug 31 1003 between tbe- bourl of A and 4 P M at the court houe door In Stanford I wilt dlsiase to tbo highest bidder for cash In hand to- pay the school tax of District No 31 of Lincoln county the following property Thl list be published once a week for four weeks and the names will disappear Ioon as the tax and cost Is paid Caldwell II HIIO acres G- OOnkln James 150 acres 188- ichcs J DI00 acres 0Smltb Vernon 60 lucres 131 Singteton E SIIO acres Gs Bam 100 acres 111- 4Wind W B40acres 84 M O MURPUY Dist Trcas SUMMER BARGAINS AT THE GRAND LEADER All the new style 59c Shirt Waists wo have in stock go in this Summer Salo at 35c 300 Corsets worth OI1 K5o and We oath go In this Summer Salo nt 89c Odds and Ends ottrashjtoa4sDhai flea and Organdies were 1st 1C Hud lie to ek M UMSB q 1ok- 11ticyd 300 Ladles Straw SailorsiWhite Black were CHOICE I4c THE GRAND LEADER JM B Prors S B LEVYMnnnpor Notice To Hodge Fence Growers Land owners mnlntalnln tMiiia fences along pabile highways are noUfta ltIt Is UBlAWfal to olMtroct ellbvr Ibe ditch or- rlght ofwage by heaving the brocti on tlM rO and toy one offeHdlnr will bo pros led It same U not retnorwl la a r nioii able time JAB I BAILHY Judas Lincoln Oonalr Oovrt A SO PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offiecovsr UcBaUrti Dreg Btors In tbs Uvili Iluadle- lTHOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE I black Berkshire bogs Soatixlown sheep High Orade bueks onoyear ald J STEELE OAUPRSTER HuttonYillo Ky UMBRELLAS RecoTered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I cnn flx your umbrella taller than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FHAMK ATKIIK Stanford R A JONES DENTIST Ky OMen over Higging A McKInneys Stori Telephoas No 01 DR F W Carter DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors House Flats d W Wallace S Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Snoots West Main street Stanford Kentucky Small Place For Rent Houxo with five rooms garden and 1t acre of bluegram land for rent Will alto rent 33 or 40 acres of wheat land on shares Located one mile Rat of lloreland J M CARTER SR Moreland Ky Farm For Sale I Richard Simpson homestead farm near Gilberts Oreek Depot Has 100 acres and Is with barn etc and has adjointogJohn and Alex Separate tracts BIMlSON HEIRS Lancaster Ky H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goodie WarrantedFit antc d Him a Call All our JSo 8100 and 8126 Shirt Wasts go in this Summer Salo at 69c COOCorsots worUlTCo 100 nod e226 go In tMaSatswur SII at 59c Blue jvattlf DfWe Otashaai sold M lOu yd ta Mils SMWMT Sale your ohoItt 6c yd and Give All our ei36 760 and f2 Waists go in this Summer Salo at Soc r QCDIlloxlVono Oowots made for stout katvs wart SI61 astir eo Suattnor Salt fries 89Ca800 palls Ln4Ws VIM Oxfords Tat Call and Kid trt t4s ebbs 175 II Mens J25o and15oo Medium i Weight Suits to reduce our large stock we offer you choice 85o LEVY CO e Withers Furniture Co+ Donors in Pino Furniture Cixrpots I ugs Wall Pnpor Viiulov Shndoa I Q rannfaoLurors of Picture Fruincs RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BESTIRANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17 kind will go at M26 Tho 25 kind will go nt 2126 Tho 80 kind will go ntt76Th-o886 kind will go nt8O60 Tho 840 kind will go ntJ4i6Th-e 50 kind will go nt4460Y-ou have never hnd such nn opportunity pro eentcd to you before to now is your chance All stoves will bo sot up in your kitchen ntH1fguaranteed GEO H FARRIS ft CO Stanford Ky W H MUELLERI i t JEWELER Stanford KentuckyIf4 You Are Invited ftllaYelImyjgrocorlosdont wish you to fool under oblige t I highqunllty TMyare not customers try mo and bo convincedJ the Grocer y110 Main St Stanford Kr 1 YOUNG MAN t i I J Drop in and examine our line of = fr 300 and 350 LowCut Shoes r i W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Jr 4 l THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Am 18 1003 In flUIng your prescriptions wo use proportlonlnot do bettor It yon us doublo tho price which Is always reasonable Pen cvs Drug Storo PERShoMn T W JoNas U over from Ken ton county Mil J V HOLDAM was In Chicago last week PROF M O WINWIEV pawed thro t3 Jolllco Sunday Rev R D Mahony preached at Parksvllle Sunday ROUT FKLANU of Richmond with the family of Mr A M Fcland- MB STERLING CURTIS loll Sunday to I engage In business at Nashville Miss ANUIE KlNNAinu of Lancas 9 ter was with MM Clara Cooper Mn F P BISHOP of Pcnoa City O TI with relatives In this section Miss MATTIE SACUAY of Danville spent Sunday with her stunts bore MIKSCKTTIRTHUHMONI U at Joseph Price Infirmary tar treatment MESSKS W W WITIIHRIJ arid L R Hughes were at Ml Vernon Sunday MIss EsBiKQcHCll delightfully en teruineU at Fllnoh Friday evening Mils J S HUNDLBV nod daughter Sarah attended the Lexington lair MIss BYRT JAMBS of Crab Orchard ii withMlis Marguerite Saline at Sam erietMR THOMAS PR8W1TT of Winchester was with his nephew Prof Rice S Eubank Missus Suit swill JAMBS and Minnie Miller are visiting relatives at Oral Orchard MRS DKNBDICT SlALDIKQ of Loba ones visited her father Col T P Hill lilt weec- Mns FAKNIR OABHRLLand MlssSal lie Jennings of n itOQvll were her yesterday DK G A ALBKIOKT of Harbour vllks was tbe gUDit et Dr tt J Drove a yesterday MM L n GIYKK8 and little iavch ter of nitrnMMHirf are KMIU at Mrs Mary Oivem- MR L M WMsjTimrtMU wee to Campballsvlll yesterday to Join his hINreaIPARIS of Dayton 0 Woods of Ltxtogtoo are MRS B T PKMOM ami tel Adam Peso UH Friday for lodepMdvaoe Mo to visit her daughter JOHN OOCLTRM of toe MoKtoEwy fMtlM will move lo Soma att awl tn tape In tbe btiffgy business MISS MARY VARHON who Umakln bur horn at Taxing ton oame over Sun tar to visit relative and friends HpImprovodrHeld Jones of St Louie arrived Sun a day to visit her brother and sisters j hereRoimitT MORELAND won In tho la- St o cy turnout at the Lexington fair la week Min Frances Tramer drovo with him t MRS S M ALLEN and children of Mlllersburg are with her parents and 1r Mrs E P Woods Mr Allen spent Sunday with them t MIlS W L MCCARTY and little son ralnICarty brought them over WALKER HAMPTON It at homo from Bowling Green nursing a broken fin get He fell while working with thn engine on which no was firing THE Mlddleeboro News says that Mrs W I Qeddlns and daughters hare rented a cottage at Fern Lake close to that place for the summer MR R T BRUCE left yesterday for Newport News Va with 10 carloads of cattle bought by Dick Gentry of 0 Robinson tt Son and Pony Bo leyIMiss as been with Miss Etta Belle Cloyd turned to Mlddlesboro yesterday b1 Clod accompanied her homo and will be her guest Mn RITCHIE W VAUUIIAN who has been visiting relatives hero left yester day to spend a short while with Mr W P Walton at Lexington before r returning to Virginia JUDQB R G WILLIAMS having re covered sufficiently to Icavo the hoe Pf tal at Cincinnati whore he wont three weeks ago to have nn operation per formed Is now at homo rapidly Im proving Mt Vernon Signal Mn JESSE 0 LYNN has moved his family from Danvlllo to this place tad they are now occupying the Andoa- b1 eon property on East Main Friends of tills ongoodwelcome their return to town on the map S M OWENS manager of tho Bea ver Creek 011 Company was In the I city Monday night returning from the s Wayne field and reported that his No o Hurt farm well which camo In last Saturday was put to pumping Monday and proved Its right to bo registered In the 26barrel class The company now welch yield 50 bar inyi the terrltorvSomeriet IJ T EunRY JR Is better JOIIN W HUOIIBS of Ear rodiburgt hero PROF H S EUIIANK Is holding a teachers Institute at Oloncoe Miss MARY MOIILEY gore to Coving ton tomorrow to visit friends MR R W EASTLAND of Frankfort visited friends bore Sunday JEat DanvlCe LITTLE daughter arrived at tho me of Mr and Mrs Dexter Ballou a few days ago placeIIStaggs In Fuyoito LOCALSdiSEB our 10 cents Window before tbe belt bargains are gone Furls Co LOST Pocket bookcontalnlnjj small amount of money Leave at this office NBV Dross Goods Walstlngi Shop ping begs Beaded Chains Belts and Stock Collars John P Jones A LOOK at the new fall goods In John P Jones will certainly convlnco you that his selections are the cream of the market BRODURAD FAIR The L l N will sell round trip tickets to the Brcdhead Fair Aug 13 to 21 limited to 22nd for 90o tbe round trip- You will nave money bylaying in your coal now as prices aro sure to ad vanee Wo handle the best grades and sell It at reasonable prices Phone III Portons ft Wooer Hi THOSE Indebted lo Craig k Hooker will please settle at once a of partnership makes It necessary clone our books W N Craig Phar macist successor to Craig locker popularladtainments to which country editors can work off the ladles thelar Record TUB MbaOwalep gavo a delightful party at Walnut Flat yesterday alter MarvLilldaor veer children were present and bad a good urns po FintedBONed Mr II It Camels Mr Blair Is a capable clover gMlUmac and will make the capital of the West End an- A 1 poelnmiur THB ene this dU trlet will bold oouotv conventions on Saturday Aug 18 and a district non Sspgt noraIlneor WALTER WILKINSON a Casey count Negro was found on the railroad track at Boxes between Moreland and Junction Clip at 1 oclock Frida morning with hole In his skull WhI being taken to Moreland he died In the vehicle On being caked who struck him he said two men bid knocked him down and robbed him while drunk At he had money and a pistol In his pock et his every U not generally believed It Is thought however that ho went to sleep on the track and a train struck him Tile Brodhead fair begins Wedne day and continues over Friday and If you want to have run by the barrel go Premiums aro offered for almost every thing Imaginable while those gives on horses cattle sheep and hope are nu merous and liberal Racing will be a feature of the fair this year and good purses are hung up for them On tbo first day there will be a farmers run slag race a trotting pacing or racking sateazad C0 a on too a running nd mule race Tbe admission Is only 25 cents for adults and 15 cents for eechildren Dont fall to attend If you not seen a catalogue write to J Thomas Cherry secretary for one TUB following appeared In Sundays CourierJournal in a political letter soot from Lancaster There was a long hard struggle In this judicial dis trlct for the democratic nomination for circuit judge and Commonwealths at torney It began over a year ago and ended recently when the State Central Committee declared W C Doll of Mercer the nominee for judge and Charles Ilardln also of Mercer tho nominee for Commonwealths Attorney It was feared that no matter who was given these nominations disaffection would result and the election of tho nominees be Imperiled but tho dote ed candidates and their friends promptly and cheerfully accepted as final the action of tho State Central Committee and promised their full earnest sup port to the nominees They are keep lOll tbelr pledges too heartily doing all in their power for the victory of those two stirring young democrats Conn Doll and Charley Hardln and when the battle of tbo ballots Isover next November It will be found that Bell and HardIn have made their call- Ing aa election sure GOOD stock seals for sale Apply ot this otlfoo 2t GOOD lecoedbaadtwoborlo wagon for sale Call at this office To FARMERS yourcoalbouse hlmanJUST received an elegant line of Chamber Sots from 8 260 to 81250 Farrls ti CoauFOR RENT 300 acres of good land with Improvements at Rubble G B Sfflnobroad Hubble ICy READ the sale advertisement of W Meredith which appears on our fourth o Ho has a little of everything to spose of FOIt SALE I have 0000 or 10000 feet of lumber for sale that was used during the Hustonvillo fair W S Drye secretary ALL prescription work Intrusted to mo will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist succcnor to Craig Hooker MY stock of trusses was never more complete than at the present time W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig A Hooker FOR SALB Excellent family horse phaetonbuggy and harness single and double shovel plow cultivator etc B J PInkerton Stanford TUB Albright Hotel Drodhead has mode ample arrangements to accom modate guests during tbo fair An ex cellent dinner will be served each day J H Albright A OOLORBD will be run thtoday The lace from Stanford Is 1176 for the roundtrip The train will leave here at 716 101 Special coaches for white peopleitSAM M BOONB oaretaryor the Sow fair Sept 1 2 3 4 has our anks for a handsomely printed com plimentary which wo will try to ute ut least a day or so Our fair will be BooneITins Lincoln County Medical Society will meet In Crab Orchard today at 10 AI Dr Bd Aloorn will read a paper on AouU Dysentery and Dr H Pit man of Parksvllle ono on Puerperal ever All aro earnestly requested be present says Dr E J Brown tbo cOlelcnt secretary WRIOIIT Mrs T U Wright died at Moreland at 8 oclock Sunday morn lag of oontamptlon and was burled at Danville yesterday afternoon Besides her husband an eightyearold son Is left to feel keenly tbe loss of a mother She was daughter of Mr K Halm and her mother preceded her to the grave just two months THE Elks Fair at Lexington was a great suttees in every way and asps tally so from a financial standpoint Large crowd attended dally and saw magnlQcent show of stock and man other attractive features Book were b gam1ofor permission to run the various games end slot machines OLD DILL DEAD There was sadness In the Embry borne Saturday caused by tbe death of Old Bill the aplen did old horse owned by Mr S J Em bry He was 25 years old and had been owned by Mr E most all or hie 10nllIfe Mrs Embry thought a great deal of old ha fellow and came very near shedding tears when the sad news of his death was brokers to her A SUOOTINQ nEE in which some 15 or 20 shots were exchanged was caused at tbe Russell Springs fair last week by a son of the sheriff of Russell coun ty firing his pistol Into the ground One man was shot in the arm but tho other participants escaped Injury Dr J G Carpenter who was there gays Ed Wilkinson Stanfords clever barber started homo afoot when the shoot lag begun and sent word to his mother inlaw Mrs J W Moore of Casey to follow him in a like manner Russell Springs Fair The Russell Springs Medical Soele met at the Church Hall at flusec Springs with Dr J G Carpenter Stanford president and Dr J Scholl secretary Bro McGaryey Richmond led In prayer and pray urgently and cogently to tho Lord bless tbo doctors Individually and co lectively and increase their lovo for study knowledge and wisdom Dr Wm Blair of Glens Fork read a most valuable and scientific essay on Mala rlathe Two Theories Reconciled t discussion by Drs Joshua T Waal of Mlddleburg U L Taylor of Col adntJ G Carpenter Stanford The dis cussion was hot and it seemed the doc tore bad agreed to disagree but In the end about all of them agreed with the easayest aud proved conclusively that it was good for physicians to have animated scientific discussions In peace and the bond of unity thereby each one present Is made better wlsqr and hap pierAt 2 P M tbe president presented his address on Professional Union which wee received with delight by the aud once Dr Stcele Bailey of Stanford read a moat Intcrestlngessoy on Prog node In Medicine and presented It In his usual happy way properly tenet ted with choice aphorisms and quota byDrpreddeattalk on Medical Organization Ac for the 7th district told the DlurlctMedlchllonger unless county societies were or ganized In Adair and Russell then and thodoctorlAdalrRuuellCouwith 16 charter members viz Dre WII TaylorOleos aodChumbleyHopper Jamestown J R Wolford SpringsGrlder FllnoelaoJamestowo IrvloO8StoreDr U L Taylor was unanimously BlairvicepresidentDrJR ceosorsDriJplace of meeting Jamestown on the second Tuesday In Sept McdlcalSOCleLmeeting us followsDr Hovlous Rus athe01Frl1ctureee doctors present were unanimous in belief that tbe newly organized so ciety would meet with a great and glo moue success resumedItsDUDavl1leCasey and uptoduto paper on IllloColllls whloh was highly appreciated and was ChumbleyWosley pouter Dr J B Scholl was sleeted presi MadloalSooletypresident and Dr L D Hammond IsLbocommittee of arrangement to set the time at 790 r U the 13tb Dr U F Taylor entertained the so ciety with a dissertation on matters and things in general and gave a bard bit to the mad storm presented two stone which be borrowed from Dr ykJmad dogs should go at once to the Pas teur Institute at Chicago or New York and be vaccinated against hydrophobia and not fool away time with the mad stone But doubtless this last paragrab credulouse toyIllvlai tbe Immediate treatment to snake and o0Epidemicand discussed with much animation dlsgeoetin notelogicof the bacclllue callcommune tho treptOCOCCUI bacllluegaogresoaueaeallbefagpree ent and at work In a malignant cane of flux Tbe society then had a love featand adjourned to meet in Columbia In August 1004 The Russell fair from reports seems to have had a success financially The shooting on Wednesday and tbt contin uous drenching rain of Friday were about tbe only drawbacks to the fair At tho hotels business was lively Tbedoctorethat the society could not be entertain ed for lack of accommodations but on doetor81lortho Springs Hotel and had the right thellfLibertyoIto see romantic Green river and anabosutlfullandscapesf over plateaus and above the canyons The Rockies have no landscapes that excel Casey county ox cept In height Beautiful Is tbo scan ery of Casey county RKTNEPRACev A Sure Cure For Diarrhoea Coming 03 U does in the busiest season when a man least can afford to lose time a sure and quick taro for diarrhoea is very dcslrabe Anyone who has given U a trial will tell you that the quickest surest and most pleasant remedy in use for this disease is Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy There Is no loSt of time when it ia used as one or two doses of it will cure any ordinary attack It novae tails not even in the most severe and danger ous cases For sale by CraIg h Hocker Now Is The Time For those who have waited to SAVE MONEY by late buying All Summer Goods Greatly Reduced in Price Ladies and Mens Oxfords Clothing Underwear Odd Pants and Shirts I CUT ONEFOURTH Some styles Ladies Ox fords at half price Cummins S McClary s S f a AUGUSTi Is our month for cleaning up j remnants from our Spring and opport care to buy this late r Summer Coats and Pants Mens Low i Shoes Straw Hats Ladies and Childrens Slippers hens Ladies and Childrens Drop Stitch Hose Look at them ofDTerms Cash JMRoberts CUT PRICES tOnWash Skirts Wash Waists r OxfordsiK Shoes Lawns c- MidSummerI Notions t ChainsjyChatelainsHevery week in this depart 113 mint SEVERANCE SON i OIL STOVESRefrigerator Water Cooler Screen Doors and Window Screen Wire PJultryictttng Smooth and Barb Wire Orals and flush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed P JNT for any Purpose I K =THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Jln ere d nthe pot olgee at Stanford at solid c lau matt- eralnblthatiieaSspe oaS zlirva- T 81 IPBR YEAR CASH sArRhgn not lopaUmaOO will bechinttd KNOXVILLE DIVISION o24Trdngota5Narth 10illI1 230am JHIiSlNoFORRENT i My storeroom recently occupied by Wm Severance Will rent for one or more years J B OWSLEV THE Joseph Price infirmary open nl the yen for the treatment o and for oon- IUttatton and chronicaurglcat Board and nursing hell be cash In advance weekly and monthly Prefer clonal bole due wben eervices are rendered and must oa paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Llvory Food Salo Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a specialty sold Grade Jeed- hOnie Uorsea and Mulw bought receive personal attention- Jice TraHlorj DEALERS IN WhIskU Brandu Wines Beer Etc Carpenter Oloxto DepotSTANFORD KYI ntton Nothing but the bee Prompt Marphon order receIve to drink er telegraph prompt attention II J D Wearen Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New In the 818171063512Surplus Casey Garrard and Ltn coin counties Phone I Stanford Kentucky r RBMaliony Insurances insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage- of the property owners In the counties of Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking Insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the Itron est and best Old Line Com represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone n- 2Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor lIver Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitablestrongest- in tile worldIGot also a combination ty polioy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of Now York Covers every Accident Covers every illness have had occasion to use your BlackOriujht Stock and Poultry Medl cine and am to say that never used anything for stock that gave halt as good satisfaction heartily recommend It to all owners of stock J B BELSHER St louis Mo Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock more than sick persons shouldexpect to be cued by your stock and poultry are sick give them medicine stuff them with worth less stock foods Unload tho bowels and stir up tho torpid liver and the possibleth1IbowelsIt cures every malady or stock if taken in a 25cent can of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Cowsi1 And hens lay more egg It solves tin bloodl18th 08Q1fIIll PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clruuei be hair gonereeeer y parr to Youthful flsrcealp Wweab ILtt IMuQku NEW LIVERY STABLES BUSES ft sx Prom JUNCTION CITY KV FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and Uay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everrhing first class Porters meet all trains 89 J H BOONE CO- t Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Gall on us on Depot Street Also Dealer In Coal J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmors DK1IIU to FnrnIturcMattlncsRng8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G + JC f Y t7iWERiaiAleDsdrit sCM EMBALMER And DealearIn KABNESS 3ADDLEBY SsO Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder acbeReartDlseasebravelDropsy CURE Dont become discouraged There IB s cure for you Ifuecosearywrito lr Kennet lie has spout a time curing Just such cues as yours All consultations IJr Fonncra Kidney and llacKacno sore Is the cause of my being nllvo today I bad leuandweigh JIII WUMcQUGIN Olive Furnace 0 DrncclsU flcEl Ask for Cook Hook Free STVITUSDANCE Sure Cure Circular m Lcnner KrcdoniaNY CRG LeXInGTOn DemOlRfltIs the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year- It Is especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor War Walton Editor 8 Prorlt Lexington Ky IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR BEST y PHYSICIANS IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL OP I ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION HyonsLaxative Syrup Is made of Cascara Sagrada and other drugs that are equally as beneficial in the treatment of indigestion biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 25 and 50c Bottle Ask your Druggist e For Solo nt Pennys Druft Store THIS AND THAT Heavy rains at Silver City N M have caused a loss of 8100000 Henry Xivels dropped dead at the Union county faIr grounds Lieut Gen von Ooslor German War Minister lies been relieved of the post at his own request A E Batson was hanged at Lake Charles Ln for the murder of six members of the Earl family The largest coal fleet on record con slating of 305 pieces is at the Pumpkin Patch awaiting shipment South Dollar wheat WitS seen on change at Minneapolis The short September option was the highest in 14 years The United Slates cruiser Chicago hat made the trip from Lisbon to New York a distance of 2050 miles in 12 days Disappointed by a change in her mothers will yrs O C Shelby of Paterson N J committed suicide by cutting bar throat At Georgetown Lee Duncan while surrounded by friends after bidding them goodbye swallowed strychnine and died a few moments later Tricky Tharpe has been arrested in Jackson for burning his house and then prevented his family from going to the rescue by threatening them with a rifle Oyerton T Wilson a Cincinnati prize tighter tried to kill his wife there and committed suicide The woman saved herself only by leaping out of a window In a fight with pistols at Union church Wayne county Amos Acles and son Dock were killed and PIerce Ilubbard a bystander was perhaps mortally wounded George W Gonser of Kokomo Ind former Deputy Secretary of State corn mltted suicide at Indianapolis by throw leg himself beneath a cut of Big Four cars Judge Grosscup of the Federal Cour- of Illinois declares that strict supervi slon of monopolies by the United State government is the only salvation of the Democratic City Committee o Bowling Green unanimously sustained the demurrer of George T Wilsoo nominee for Mayor to the contest of E H Porter Hundreds of Choctaw Indians are emigrating from Mississippi to Indian Territory In order to secure an allotment ol 320 acres so provided by an act of the last Congress for each settler The Government proposes to seize a tract of land for a naval magazine which will supply bolh the Charlestown and Portsmouth navy yards By condemns lion proceedings it is expected to avoid the payment of prices beyond all reason Curtis Jctt has once more been saved from the gallows be so richly deserves by the vote of one juror Jasper King who can now take his placejon the bad eminence occupied by Burns Tltzpatrick who stood between the murderer and death in the trial at Jackson Louisville Shah of Petals who has recently been doing Europe appeared quite skeptical when told that European rulers were invariably the hardest worked peo pIe in their respective kingdom Ah his majesty the eachimajes no The belief ii that it will bo a difllcult matter to enact any financial measure The next speaker Mr Cannon Is outspoken against any legislation whatever assuming that the present currency laws need no revision The President has intimated an intention of using force to secure legislation but little attention is being paid to his throats Edward Everett lisle likes to tell this story on n ccrical friend of his who was absentminded at times One cold morn log in winter be started to walk to his church about a mile distant from his residence wearing n large oldfashioned cape cloak Jut before arriving at the church a sudden gust of snowladen Wind blew his cloak open and he turned quickly around to adjust it He forgot however to turn back again but walked rapidly forward until he reached his ownI house where be inquired If the Rev Dr Y himself was at home When a man dies and the widow marries again and the second husband dies whose widow is sheof the first or second husband or both That was the question recently before the pension authorities at Washington The widow of a federal soldier was drawing aj pension as such a widow She married again and the pension stopped Then the second husband died and the widow made application for reinstatement as widow of the first husband and the claim was allowed Consequently under the ruling a soldiers wife is not the widow of any but her first busbaudc n Of all the relief contributed to Kishlneff sufferers onefourth was fro AmericaMr Pulitzer of New York has provided the mm of 82000000 for the establishment at Columbia University of n school of journalism From strong circumstantial evidence It Is believed the city of sow York ia a 1000000 lose fraud in the Water DepartmeotI heavyweight James J JoflrlM defeating Janus J Oorbett in tho tenth round Jeffries toyed with Carbett and the oxobamplon never lIada chance to winA storm In the neighborhood of Glen vllle Daview county demolished a church and several tobacco barns Sev oral farmers tat lame crops of tobacco by wind rain and hail The damage is estimated at 850000 It is said that special agents sent t Indian Territory and Oklahoma have succeeding in unoailhiog some stupen dous fraud in connection with the In lien lands and that many prominent Government officials are involved It is said the Americas fishermen on Lake Erie have reached a secret agree meat to return soot for shot fired at them by Canadian revenue cutters especially the cutter letrel which they say has been unnecessarily meddlesome of late PUBLIC SALE mileTuesday Sept ht aD from May wood eve miles from Stanford FAt Somerset pike known as the Time Woo farm I will offer for sate 40 stock hogs sow and 10 pigs 13 yearling steers belt ersl fat cow extra good milk cow brood mare 8 year old mule colt sad die mare 200 of stock ewes hi be sold In small total Corn to be sold In field Two acre of cane a good garden a No hernetturning plow side saddle gentleman saddle shot gun Household and kitchen furniture Farm of acres with g residence to be rented to the highest bid der until the lit ot January All the farm 11 The farm ofsale Terms made known on day of sale TTUEttFDITU Ool J P Chandler Auct P SMy reason for selling out Is that I am going to JeJlleo to go In the gook bust neeL Hughes Secretary S Treasurer Contral Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky Ka IHoare and lot In SunforJOf roomhall porch Ic the rear good garden cool neighborhood close to churches aoil ool Good lot mall faui II v 1rlcofWO No 511oueanti lot In SUnlonl nOUN con slot fire room tooJ suM and tern of land well tented one of prettiest building lots In town room enough In front for two other cotlaze or c storv front could W built to the rottt o and mada beautiful home Will W sold cheap u the owner must bat monev No fTo itorv tram dwelllnf 7 room hall andfoolgarden tenting and house In good repair For ale or rent Price rearcnable No SHOHM and lot In Stanford Three room and rant porch Hood garden and stable Goal repair told No 7 HOUM and lot In Stanford ISroom Cod garden smoke Iud coal houeo only 1300 o J Farm of SOacres 2 mils from Stan lord on county tad M tan In cultivation seven In puture 2 good orchards and ret In timber Two smell cottage good balD and outbuildings well watered and fencing fairly good ITace can JndlanafOlIaNottDwelllngofilx roouulhall and porch uecreuarv outbuildings garll n large two upplllthstoreroom also cistern and well on place Small lot UulldlllgtInand our 11200 Will sell both for 8360 or will rent or sell leraraMv No f3 2OOacrefum y mile of Crab Orchard Ky lIrirk dwelling 8 rooms two tenant house two ben ellud spring near dwelling Farm In high state of culllitlioD 150 acres river bottom land good fencing fruit ate 1rlce t750 an acre No 100 acre ot land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard opposite Springs Ingnut no Im proTementt except large tlock brn abundance ol stock water Irettlett building site in town 1rtce JOUO No 9034 acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No K Two Itory boum 9 room htllTeranila acre splendid land adjolnlo N Prop ertr In good repair water and light In house cIItern at door Ueautlful home Irlcef 1000- No 21 Dwelling of room with 20 acres land In JloreUnd barn and necewary outbuild lags 2 eJIln yard splendid orchard and 2 urn In itrawbvrrle hUIUe Ute powfttlon IrlcotiiOO No 26 Frame hotel Urge room double Vera du hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom fronting strut lott Irom hotel up stain stilts ble fortwe Ing 2 nice cottages nicely furnishedf papered and painted rooms and on same lot used at livery table God- grdenVaantlotsdlolntng3efeet front by trot deep All of this property In London Ky moneylOprlelormonth On account of only reason for telling proprietor desires to exchangel for farm In Lincoln county countyThreebuilding each house barn etc shout the center of 100 urea All on county road H mil from church school and pottofflce Lays well and well watered Title1agood tobacco and would suit two or tbrt families that might want to come theism neighborhood Inc reasonable No MUoull and 11ft acre of land In McKln ney Ky Necentary outbuilding Fencing good easytermNo 36 Uoute and 32 acres ol land within mile of Stanford HOUM contain live rooms vranda etc newly painted large nw him corn crib granary etc All building sod fencing Inasplendid repair Well watered This U a dealrW hom Price 11900 NoIJTwoatoeu for sale For pus tleolars addrea Central Kentucky Real Estate L- xhangd Title Co State College of Kentucky telluatoptllerInrGraduate studio are also provided leading oath to a Master degree Rncli course or study M organized under a The general faculty number nearly Vi profvMon and instructors COUNTY AlfOINTKKS receive tuition room Rut In dot ul6lHeaThe aodtrn Btuuuforwllrbe ready for oocapABcy In October OoDfresOraduntM and liberal rOllluBorRtlon The demand is largely In OSHIS of the ability of the 00111110 to supply Last year the matriculation list was Otl Summer Schools ore provided for Pedagogy Engineering and Instruction In Science Specialists with tho necessary ot assistant have charge of each Uefwrttaent of Natural Science The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of Onuno tl tho ionlv Institution In the Commonwealth In any tense University work gradmltvAiLao JuaIM Literature Science Jlatheroatle Logic MtallIIIOI history and Ioltpca ilteonoray No other Institution In the State offer advantage for the education of w KentuckyFor ardln courses t study and term of admission apply to DOr a LUllluroNlirFII e I n LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors J n Fasten J D Owslejr 0S II Shank W O Walker Goo W Carter BaeeeMora to The Farmers Hank Trust Company and uDder same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations wilt prow mutually beneficial National Bank cootluuuutlyfor First Stanford Kr CapItal Stock 50000 1Thtelnetltutlon was originally established as the Depoelt flank of In 1191 then reorganized as the National Ranlc of Stanford In 1IU and again reorganized as the First National Dank of Stanford In unlnterdyears transactsAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers UoIlOnnitTS McKinney NOTICE l I purchased the interest of J VnrlcnIIIIoclcr ill the business of Craig Hockor A continuance of your patronage will be appro an assurance of prompt and oillciont service is hero indebted to the greatly favor me by settling their accounts KyI I NOlfTo story tight room name dwelling In Stanford Kf larg garden sal bun lot li one or the most dvairaW house In town M lo IA nice cottage and lot on Lancaster stn t ttinlorj J rooms good cistern etc Coat II llooiNo acre near Hustonrlll Dwclllnt of lgbt rooms hall veranda des On tenant houtc tack barn large toW barn and other outbuilding Clitrrn anil rood well In the yard and water la crerr nM on tb place Farm cut In seven Held and flrstclaaa land dwellingfourbuildings hnclllg rJ well witced cutln flve graspLelhanplace for only 8W ter acre No UMhcretot land In Rocktaitle for salt or exchange flu all necessary improvements well watered Ac Will U sold at a bargain No SOFarm of arrra situated near Kings Till Ky serve In cultivation W In timberreit In grew well watered two good hung and other outbuildings good repair Dwelling comparative ly new Is within soo yards of three churcbcs school ptMtofflce and C 8 depot rronr UH on dMrablfarmlot W 400 or la parcels of not Ims than ae acre to sultpurcba r This Is cevtalnly cfaeip prfirty WaynebergDwellingand butldlnM In good repair Troducilv llaw HoneUod in cooil eeabberbudeloea to school and on good road 1rlce I uu KyOnesodoneMlleterydwelllg goal bUD and other outbulldlnns Sixty sea In eels atton 4S acres In timber fruit tree etc Lays well on county road clue to churches school etc Ptiaonly Woo Natt llouteandoneacre land hose sos Ulna seven rooms Teraador cellar ete All nec imary outbuildinsExtra bun all In ipUu and cover M Cistern at door toad garden sal large bern lot 1ltnty of fruit on place Price 11100 No Ji UPS of land In Ford county Kas Ix inll s from railroad and miles from Arkana river Seveny aereof land Is river bottom la fintclass land sod In grass This land la for sale or exchangeNo farm of acre four mile from stan beat pike tn the auntwell valenJe- ncing good dwelling atceur only2umloutadrlvefromcountyeeat larm adjoining this has recently refused 115 Mr acre this at No So Farm ol US acres In Casey county Two tory frame dwelling two good barn and otter outbuildings In good repair Splendid tobacco and and In good community A bargain at tMO No ITFaimofllS acres In count A new two story 8 room frame dwelling and old dwelling In fair condition Uarns and other out bulldlogs On county ro d splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc Tbla la a de sirable home Price 11510 No Twostory seven room fruue dwelling verandas Ac and S acre of land In county barn and all other necisiarr outbuild lOll Church and school bona right at door There la also a large atoms room on PremlOntalnlig a nice large clean stock or general mer beInglocatedbush a year Also three milts from this place same pike a stock of general bales mount to about 1600 per month There are two well and a cistern on place and all the buildings are In repair Will sell the property and orbolhally dot say on wishing logo Into bulneas Officers S U SHANKS lreU4eaI J B OWSLCYVabler W M I1UIQIIT Asst Cashier J 8 HOOKER rrtst J J Ohr W n WEAKEN Bk- prDirectors V Reid Danville S T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford W P Walton K L Tanner U D Elmore 8 II Ilaughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford has Robinson J II Ilaugbinan UllbbleJW P Tate Stanford have cmtccl givonrihllose firm will reonbl merchandise splendid Stanford e7 Nil 17 T4 tones frame slug and on acrs o poiaIWee IU6t No Hnrty atir nest riruint blot Kr otheroutoitdtagspototeceettoolem uolty lure 410 NOIO Farn of III icmDMr llodb1 ytft ndfenefnllfQrIto I r1Kylion to wm 1IIIutull balance la amber lrwet opseearyoutbuildingFeomaodiwllllsgsinlplen ironcount I tafrortrrtlnII4 acres It Oarrsrd aunty grautlmothfcloverandtdanfraeexceptteserenowulelend nterN an bianrhn through IhOpirIfhelaaJlrleD anil rroducllt grows n Ip ao1 tobacco Newly ten i rd with wire and locust pus t A eoud or harJ fraidwelling wbarn w r i f In goal neighborhood near church school d pi bOlblllI MI tatoNveranda trod barn and other lJIIildlng tll COd tepatr Cut inlx 5111 well f ced acres owmiratlon One acre In fruit trees rest In rue vsnleold 10lietroardUicondilionNo 428en rome Illlnll g od cellar and tacre land ever talling well andspring Fenic placedoeelotownNo Urarm Bizarre splendid bluegrass land In residence3lensnt togoodrailroad and la good neighborhood 400 acre In TbllInleleal racxles etc Well watered with li never failing springs etr 1rlce reasonable No 41ly acre near Jumbo acres In culll ration rest In timber six dwellings on plan fire stockbarns ndsouneighborhood Will sell or exchange at reasonable figures dwellingverandablacksmith shops tenant house table crib and ware house Every building nsw sod In lIutonmKyh claterntrotary Twodwellingseachybryaodach wateredCloseborhood ownerofproprty Is In St Louis and an iloin I