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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftL 2jt1frJ Cal Trnmpel shotUcnfro Crcckraoro In Whitley Somerset will more ibun likely have ring lair this year- JI 0 Miller le dylnn at Ulcbmond of cirrhosis of lobo liver 1 Kubanks nail Level Green uro now connected by telephone Dan Owens and loo Gragc broke Jail at Ixtndon and made good their escape Powell n new poet ofllce In Jaok tt n county and C M Powell U poet niuiterTbc DitnvlHo Newe will enlarge to eight pages on Fridays The Advocate hoe done to for lorau time G51t Workman deputy ollsor for Taylor county wall killed by n she from his plate which bo dropped The Luurel county grand jury re ported the jell unlit and uneafo and ree otnraended the bulkltnc of u now one The amount ot realty and personalty owned by the wklte people of Ilarrods burg to U081 Ssa Tit s Stored people own 06110- 3Centre Vent Control University at Uaevillo Saturday 14 to Is a fai Vail i pmts in wIde there were no tfuplent aRt Uniurw UddlQjbOrO will bare a fair and midway again tttit year Tbe daw will probably be oine HUM in Augim A hulf wilt track U being built Milton KMHfoll fled kb H William were glues Ave yeare neb fey the aur der of Bttgeoe Oueteil In Jeatawle ooeety Chtirle KednllajroiMiff r tUG wag aeralued At hi preliminary trial at niokiMrt Jvrrr Fowler ol Palm Uefe charged wlilfMMnlrney with Henry QocHftduy 0014H04 lo wad ley cad useassIsute his rival In tow Jnwe BuMer wue ae elue4 Oat Keek ban pardoNed Pleas HaA dy ei Knax 1wbO bee erred It rar 01 a U yeur eaieooe on- reeesse4uI19i ef ttte prUoa tIITI skis wbu dais that Hardy U dylsr o- f00sgtpsew Tbe Keotueicy Telephone AMOrU DM melut Wisest sad 1C isde pMtonl wwpAslta were npreseted- PM following oUtceie cs tleetod David Ir wtH r fine Grove prrl 4i A ft Saute of Crab Orchard vice piwW i uAV W Laogmoor of Ifruekloft irwiMirrr Jamei Qrec of Sli V Mortiary D U PgmUo Ion of fleeter aft ray R Btebup ofiffSibliiiw lJUrMWII1 N UlchoMM ad 1 Ieodtaoo of- Wtsebe4ttr wseeutlve toting Ar raoffumeau wer made u connect tike CMlrnl sod BorUtero rouailee IH the guu bar oMWdUc circuit and tbU work will be carried out tblt Jr Tbe live of Ibe Independent MHBPMBIM will Ue probed toward LoaU iile Cia dints Keoivllte and ocr Urge elllee oo or sir the harder fef the 6wu UoikHiii ell rasesgod sweetly aireulto on ill UM will be tolled M aid a mutual ini rHiNei oj benlM Till be mod bllstbt P e 1I til reiala Ioe1r ptdFoettld of deueodpoce CHURCHES AND pREACHERS ITb mettsg I at ftev W S1Cria seeds ebsreb ataaploretlllo ehuei1 with OddiloIOM- Mrli 0eo 6 SaYiv wife of the well koiiwa Bible oolety afreet died at WIabterHf tR- LoeJont hit extended ae lovltatloo for the nut 3wto nocl ilAo of UM nnptUl church lo bo blu taper- srbnew Methodist cbrvk at Ltb anon J tIon wit dedicated by Her W K Iiner D D ol Monkln llle The imagers aftMuaoed that MIPe Helen Gould would attnnd the Second Iretbyivrlao hMmitai UouUrtlle Sun day and a trtiltOff getters ibere only to be dlIUId Anttclpattog the crowd MUte Gould went to the WarreD MemorUI church The lollowlna U ills program of the Lincoln CbrJatutn CaoiMrstiOD to be bed at TufWwUle Joe Or lA H Devotional KercU V J heathen 030940 Wslrone Words J W UlltfHO IOlft WbUky and tbe Devil Jo Mili HuMou ID InoWe ore Debtor Cbnrle Eluodt IOtirUr40 EvusgeIt Report J G Llvtnielun 1011111 Word lrolit Ks omlvo CIIIIIlu 111110 tJIt9t11re Wer urn otb1 True V 11301 Short Tulfo from Mtrobi j of Congregations 121 Dinner lI3u lddrrs U C UlrrllllO 111 Undit hedTbtog- a2fOThe2 Snproma Motive B JI Pinkerton 2101 Coluborer wttn God G W Mills It la hoped bbere will be In attend ance representatives from evory con pregatlon In the county Publli cor1 dltiy invited FKANIC W AbLKN J G LIVINOS TON Program Committee The Stanford INTUIIIOK JovRXAI easily tho bent semiweekly published anywhere has found the growing do monde on its so great that It must enlarge to seven colutnoH It la nmed al of beauty In rte new form andai ews and bright always edltorlnlsCyattilana Demo crat l t r i BUTTON DACOLOU LUZON P I April 28 I am glad to be able to again wrlto from Uacolor We have now been eta tioned hero nearly two months longer than at any other place on tho Island I cant ay yet whether wo will sty hurl during tho rainy season 01 not as thero are so many rumors of us leaving Wu are liable to got orders to pack up any day but not for tho States no suet good luck Tim volunteers will leave tho islands for America next spring and not a day sooner In fact we have about ono cbanco auto 10 of seeing lobo States in 1000 to nine against Whon llrttcatno over hero I wet of the opinion that an early ending of tho war would have something to do with sending the voluntoers homo but I have long since changed my opinion On the other baud the war in far from over Fighting Is going on dolly In eome arts of tbo archipelago Of COUM the backbone of the ineiirreotlon I crushed and It la dvlu but dying hard t leer It will be many months yet beforo small bands of white men will be safe In the Inferior of Northern LHBOB as well as some other parts The whr lenders of the luurreetlon are awakening to their folly and art oumieg lo Only the otbe day an In urgent major oawe to our eapialna quarMmi and gave himself up and ask ed to take the oath of alleglanoe to the United Slates government Yesterday a tatty owl In the eovntry sent for our lleuteonnt and Mid be bad a present for him The lieutenant went and wfcat did be brinir buck but two Mao ser tied throe Kemlngtons all of which were serviceable It all of the Inanr Cents would only do this II would save a tai of iweleee bloodshed on both tildes Some Sees to think that tbs enemy U preparing to wake a stand during too rainy coaion They may but last rainy Saaoeo showed theta has the Awerlouno oonld get aioand just as spry no they could eves In water up to tbelr shoulder It ii1111 bike bike hike Rut most all the bUtloz is at night as It bas be coaie almost ImnoMlnlo lo nraod up an Inturreelo hijrone In dayliirbt DI rUtooe sad brlgndee lo a military eeo of tbo posse bave been dooe away with In the nroblpeliiuii Instead of p t laiq Me PftiMnc sad Sib At tt k IS d + ri Dlslalen o tyre tygipBju Tha 4Ut redsent- InNad of being in tb2d Brig 24 Div PtbAreif ae U rMlrly was U sow le the 111nia district of Northern lesat J Ttotntoblpelago bas been di vided end enbdlTldwd taw dUtrlete We IN soon to draw cork helmet whUsb we are it wear taeuud of bate They Are Bald to be much cooler than ibis regulation hat Sloee atv last letter Holy Week bniiafoe did guns lloljr weh sire cedes Faster Sunday Some of tbe an tiajMTjbhjHC Ignorant mitlvwi during Holy week are very amusing to L- beafiafMefcr eocti as loefr W pereonnUuce of Chrl i the Virgin Maryrte the binding of themeelve fri o hj tA to loot with vines cad tborns aoAthbs cuttle tlieiuselvs to that blood may stow freely They wonkl then po out in the middle of the road and lie nil day Thl represented the Resurrection Rome of theee same religious fautiUe will bolo hIs neigh bor for n few peco 111 had been at borne I most certain ly w fald hure attended tbu grand reo union of the old aeJ ifrrty paired veteran of the Lot Canoe itt LxMiUville I regret very much tbat I way usable to attend Wen I Cruet by this time that Ken Ktty fWllttoal war 1Ihbeen amlea liltot M nod IhntXiov Htckham and cabinet hare bees peaceably ln talled dud binge ure working ulcelOIJ If notoieg had ever happened I know the government afftlrd of the old Com uonwe llh will bf wleelyand economi sully iidtnlblatered under the guidance and leadership of Crlpus Heel hum IM be showed his metal and time tier ling worth not only as a auuesuitu but u friend to the cuinimtn people while be was speaker of the lower house of the Legislature I iCU in the aiteru that you are tb bare a total eCIIie of the can May 23 If It would only strike times region I think lira war would btt ended for the imtire would never stop running until they pitched bead foremost into the ten Judging from their antler at eoolou a bicycle CIAUIIXCK COLKUAM THINKS CAMIUKUL PKKVAHIOATHI W P Walton Is the buss editor all right ecough and be has a no e for whose dlmiuioc oust a shadow- jNrTomDavle nasal appundage in all It noonday splendor but we do not b lluvo In Ujoriblae to him or anybody else vlrUios that he oannot possibly possuss Thy Somerset Journal over- topsl the hounds of probability when It says Walton knows tho exact number compololl110mlay or flight by a simple mental cat oulatlon No moan has a head great enough to grapplo with tbo hatchet proposition and Walton need not pose as an exception Lvnttilaoa Democrat 7 HAT TiA08H2NJ HEADACHE Would oulrkly leave you It you mal Dr Klngf sew Ufa tII Thoiiunijsof iuiltrtr hire ptor d Ilielr malrhhis larrit lor flck mil Nertoui tlMtlachrt They wake tiloal and wrong trrvte inj build up IIlrlfallh Eity to tike me4 oil ty 1eouy DruggistLack If not- Fortythree men were mustered Into the State Guard here by Llout Col U S Henry F It Harrison was elected captain S T Sanders first lieutenant and W Wood Kendrick second lieu tenantJohn Oatts Sr has received plant for tho now bank and advertised tot bids Ho hopes to hue It completed by fall and Is working accordingly The building will be of polished stone with plate glues windows and a stunt room adjolnlnir with three rooms above J G Hardln has the founda tion and frame wurk of hU dwelling completed W P Wooldrldge hat about completed a five room dwelling 01 the Elk Valley road to which ho will shortly move lrs Nettle Duncan Is visiting Mrs Fox Miller at Mill Springs Miss Eva Junes In at homo again aftor an abienco of several months In Lexington where sbo took a course In elocution Sam Millet of Mill Springs made a flying trip bore this week Ml wee Amy Ramsey Fay otw Miller aiattle Simpson and Mrs W S Bilker Joe Duncan and Trlgg Tuttle nave returned from Louisville George Banker has returned from a short trip to Cincinnati The Ladles Aid Society will be ootertalned by OWe Olla Kfndrlck this week Misses Ed na Itapissy and Geneva Cook arts visit tog their unele Judge Wayne Cook at Gorvdoo fed T J Oalu has return ed from Louisville and will spend the summer at Valley View his elegant residence In Elk Springs Valley Miss Ins Lillian and Mayme Phillips are vls icier their uncle Dr H A Phillips In Lexloglun Leonldas Ragan a 1000 graduate of State College returned home last we k Mr II L Oatts after u pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs J P Davit of Lexington has returned home MIN Emma llitiuuy is visiting her brother Clyde In Lexing ton A M Williams of Cooper spent several days In town Clark Bros chow Is advertised for our elL this week A small crowd attended guar terly court and there were very few eases on the docket A II Hope with tho assistance of O D Combs sent out by the Crletlan State Hoard Is con duoting a series of tMsooursee at Mill Springs Seven converts have to far united with the ohurch Hosjla and Susie Lnnlcr graduate of Hamilton apept several days Nvttb ralatlves in Danville oo tbelr way home last week NOMI ATJSS JAMBS D BLACK JcxcrjiaK trrv J use IS When God In III tofflfttte wlnftrh created thin beuveoiy land of ours oed clothed Ij In green grasses and verdant foliage I eta satisfied He wade Kentucky the garden spot thereof and when He saw proper to people U He did It with fair wotnen and brave wee I BIB also eutlbfltd that while looking In the distant future He predestined that It should be ruled am governed by the lioness yeomanry Of ihe country democrats Tbe lime le ow close at band fur us to make a cbojoe for a candidate for governor While I tan lad no fault whatever to the name mentioned In your valuable paper us candidates I foot that we should use some discretion In our lielec hop I therefore nominate for governor ion James D Blaek of Barbourville I feel In tlotnvthtu we show to tho good people of the lltfi district wo recognize them as our friends and neighbors Of course when I say good people of the llth dlstrtu I exclude those In jail aud at IndlanaK lle and I am fearful when the final wind up conies wjll Iw In hIindicted fur the aBfns floatlon of one of the noblest tons of Kentucky With Bryan for president and Block for governor we will have time world by the tan and a down hill pull M V OWKNS I CJJlNNO NCEIf1ENT- SQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Keduued ruteit via Queen it Crescent tout for the following occasions Low rates to Cincinnati from June tion City and potato North next Sun dayNational democratic couvotftlon Low rates tfoiu all points South via Quoen fc Cro cent Route and conectlng lines via Cincinnati or via Louisville to Kan sas City Tickets on sale July Island 2nd good returning July Oth Ono fare round trip Free reclining chairs Ob itarvatton and cafu cars Through Pullman sUupers to Cincinnati and Lonlavllio Republican National Convention Philadelphia Pa Juno 10th Democratic National Convention Kansas City Mo Jnly ith B P U Convention Cincinnati O July 1215 A THOUSAND TONGUES Could not exiircM the of Annlo E i1rinarnrltf arl Si IdtlnlelphU lawarn the oil that Ur Klnzi Now IHtmierj for Coniuropllun had coinjileldy rural r ofa ho IDNII h that fur mauy years had wade life a burden AltothrretneIlwanddncWnauldgive hrr no hlllah say ol thus lloyil Curt It nun rrmovrd tho ln In my sheet and I ran now lerpwuadlyaowtbingltan nrrelytetnemhtr doing Us Iral- tbrougbonllhe Unlur e So will teryone who Irlw Ur New DIarer any trouble of Throat Chat or Lange glee tae ant llWI lrlnl Imiiloa tr at IVnnyt Druj Store every ToUlsjuarautttJ I and animal show will pitch Us tents hero June Juno 27 Mr J H Miller of your city and artl1closfrom ono cow besides having plenty fur his family Next Judge Joe S Robinson bought of G S Gulnci the Miller lot on Danville Avenue for 8900 He will begin lobo erection of a handsome residence at onceThe declamatory contest for a SlOO diamond ring will be deferred to some date In July on account of other at tractions here ob thp date formerly announced T S Elkln hat gone to Cincinnati Mrs I S Wesley Is visiting In Dan villa Rev Thomas Bush of Texas and Wade flush of Sf Louie are with tholr parents Jailer Ross saddle horse has a long thick wellduvoloped mustache on hit upper lip larger and bettor cultivated than AI Warrens ever was and ho seems to bo proud of It This Is liter ally true Judge Joe S Robinson bas sold hit beautiful farm of 215 aorta two miler from town on the Danvillo pike to Eld Jesse Walden ntlftO Mr G A SwJnebroad sold 35 stook cattlo weigh ing 750 pounds to Joseph Burns Ida at 33 and the same number same weight to Ben liellor utsamo prloo Miss Kittle Mason has gone to IIIIU Lord 0 to visit bor slater Mrs H N Faulconor Mr HA B Marks bury superintendent of tbe Chris clan church Sunday school has issued a circular letter to parents that should be adopted by every Sunday school J C Slur hat moved to tho Sanders property on Lexington street which was vacatel bv Mr H C Curttonj he having moved to Danvillo his depart ure being the cause of much regret among his many friends hero Mr R H Batsoo U at Dripping Springs Tile true statement ot the dittlculty between Jesse Arnold a railroad con ductor is this Arnold bought u scalpers ticket la Louisville to Texas It was good to June 15 The agent at Lou Hvllle stamped the ticket and checked tho baggage to Texas A conductor gave pormloslou to ride on it from Ida isvllle to Lexington Tbo conductor on tbe Q t C would not recognite and trouble arose In which ho received a slight flesh wound ranging upward which indicated that It was the res lIt of a shut from u plate when It foil to to the floor one being found afterward The ticket Is a genuine one and was good for the passage as the road can not receive something for nothing non R H Tomtlnton will sue tbo company for damages Arnold says he did hot shoot him Senator G T Farrls called the demo ocratlu mass convention to order on Saturday and explained the object of the meeting lIon R H Totnllnson was made chairman and R L David ton secretary Joe E Robinson T B Robinson Letoher Owley J I Ham thou and Senator FurrU constituted the eominlttee on resolutions who reo ported In favor Of the principles of the National platform of 1S9U recommend lag that the delegates vote as u unit on all questions a majority of the delega lion controlling No Instructions were given for anybody but the delegates will all vote for lions Jas B McCrea ry and J C S Blackburn for delegates atlarge to the Natiooal convention The delegates are B II Walker Jesse Sweeney Jr T B Roblo on George Hlgginbotham G T ParrU J B Rti ble alternates are Ike Dunn Jr R L Davidson H B Robinson R II Tomllneon J M Furra and J I Ham ilton About Knights of Pythias visited the district meeting here Friday and Garrard lodge did nicelv in entertajn Ing A largo crowd attended tbe open cession nt thu opera Lou e where elo ijiieiice and music freely and bweetly slowed enchanting the audience The addresses by Hon R H Tomlinson J T Horner grand chancellor and Rev J C Maasoe with some vocal music by Mrs Juiiett Rogers Miss Eliza Lusk Judge J C Hemphill and J M Farru accompuujed by Miss May Hughes made the occasion exceeding ly delightful and the audience showed Its appreciation by frequent mpphipso Mr Joe E Roblntion presldod with an abundance of dignity Lundlprd Fls singer had prepared a bountiful and do Iicldus fuastai tho Garrard banquet coctlnulng from 10 v M to 2 A M Tie macv ro ponas wade to toasts given out by G B Swlnobroad were apt and brilliant Tbu only inoouslstoncy was In asking Capt Herndon to respond to Toll the Truth but for his exper ience In that line ho did nicely The occasion will bo long remembered and our people were Interested in time promulgation of tho eternal principles whiuh are advocated by that noble or der JLA BLUHSER Will ono fau e a horrible Hum ScaM Cut or IlruUe lluckleli Arnica Halo the Ixat In the world will kill the raiu hfal it urn Old Sons ri r Sorts UtrrrePotts Foloni Corn all Skin Eruption licit llle cure on arch Only 25c a tux Cure guaranteed Sold by 1enny ruggh- U said that J G Metcalfa Is to get- S OOOO a yea from tbe Rio Grande DECLAUKS FOR BRYAN JNSTflUCTS FOll- MOllEAKY AND HELM AND E DOUSES OILUEHT The democrats of Lincoln county met in goodly numbers at the courthouse Saturday afternoon and the county chairman John W Ilolmen being ab sent Hon R C Warren explained thc situation anti nominated Mr George L Penny for chairman He was elected accepted the honor and called for nom inations for secretary On motion of W S Burch Esq W P and K C Walton were Chosen and then tho chairman named Messrs W G Welch R C Warren O J Crow and M P North a committee on resolutions The gentlemen retired to a Jury room and on their return presented the follow ing through Mr North RESOLVED by the democracy of Lin coin county In massmeeting aaeeiri bled at Stanford Saturday June Oth 1st That there b but one name to even be considered at Kansas City In July for the leadership of the demo cratic party That proud plane is con ceded to Wm J Bryan and has bun won forth m not more by the splendor of his Intellect and character tban by his devotion to the old party truth and doctrine and by his profound and pas sionate fidelity to tbe side and cause of the plain people 2d We appoint as our delegated to the convention which meeitt at Louis rifle Ky June 14th for the purpose of wending delegates to the National democratic convention at Kansas City the following named gentlemen W G Welch R C Warren G B Cooper A C Dunn J M Alrerson George D Weathorford W P Walton and J T Kmbry And as alternates the following nam ed gentlemen J B Paxton W E Perkins W L McCarty J H Carter O J Crow M G Reynolds M S Baugbman and R L Hubble 3rd In recognition of the personal worth and gallant party service of our countyman Hon Harvey Helm our delegates are Instructed to prpsontblrn to the 8th Congressional district for tbe place of district delegate to the National convention at Kansas City and to use diligently and uultedly every honorable effort to eeotire his appointment4th democracy of Lincoln hag long had occasion to know und appro elate the conservatism the Eugaalty and the loyalty of Hon Jamoi B McCreary of Madison and our dele gates are further Instructed to oust me vole of Lincoln county for tbat gentle man for delegate from the State at large5th We heartily ratify and endorse tbe nomination for representative in Congress from this district of Hun G G Gilbert and premise dim our united and cordial support The resolutions were adopted by a hearty aye and the convention adjourned GKO L PENNY Chmn W P AND B C WALTON Sees IN MBMORIAM It has pleased Almighty God to visit our town again and take one of our b t citizens who fought the battles of life for many years William Cook wUo departed this life Junt 7 1000 Ho was ill for fUu or more months butbad been bothered with stomach and liver troubles for a long while still he would strive and do what he could for his family who was always looked after by him in the best way possible until be was compelled to take his bed At first bit family and friends thought bo would recover but gradually this hope wee dispelled and he lingered and grew weaker and weaker He was cheerful when hU severe miseries would die off ned would often express his willingness to die and said this lik was clear lIe was a bright member of the Uni ted Baptist church and was always found trying to do something to promote the cause of Christ Ills funeral was preached by Rev G W Hulling btu pastor and the many lovely lowers witnessed by the eyes of the immense crowd which was present to pay tbe lust token of respect to our belovtd brother tell to his bereaved family that ho was much loved by both white anti colored and his death was touch re gretted He was a member of two lodges the U B F and the bonds Lackey Poi and one in whom we could rely upon SB one who could always be found at his past Therefore be it RESOLVED that In his death we have List a valuable member and hta family u dutiful husband and luring father RESOLVED That tho sympathy of our Post and Circles be conveyed to the wife and family of our deceased broth er committing thorn iu this hour ol their bereavement to the kindly conso lation of Him who doath all thing well RESOLVED That a copy of these resolutions bo sent to the family und spread upon the minutes J W Lackey B N liars Abraham Shanks committee WANTEDWe want a few more good agents of either sex to take order good wages permanent position exclusive territory Address Box 1U4 Danville KyCGen Plo del Pilar lobo Filipino loader was captured near senile a fATTRACTS t ATTENTION f Ily using a little judgment even tbe moderate snlrtad man can dress attractive and look stylish and neat Drop In and let us else you a few pointers on KdT to dress this Spring Our Dullness is to dro sllCotlo find to dress them perfectly from I head to fort f guaranteed WcHatsEvery thing to make yOU lookwell nod feel comfortable I Hats Shoes FurnishingsIt Trade AtI THE GLqBEYo- ur money back if youre not eMhUedJ Miller Hirsch Danville Sucre snr to J L Fruhmnti k Co VALL TP 2 TPWTa 61 I J = For 4 Cents I In my Store PapupricesWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky oncecheaperplies on hand and Pictures framed on short notice in latest styleswA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo 30tt Main tree THE RED CIRCLE PILL j Assists the Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The fleet Liver Kidney and vcars1msCure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority ailments caused by ft Torpid Liver DOES NOT NAUSEATE OR GKIPE t lint acts gently on the live 2 willneverFor SaJe b W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky l When You Needl Paints Oilst1po zz Consult if Craig Hooker Stanford nn n 06NN6N NON Nid A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY andIIg whom I have builded during the 15 years g that I have been in business here e I a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed g Lumber nth Shingles Etc = I will duplicate any prices offeredIwAaaaAaaaaI Je A ALLEN CO f Contractors And IBuilders STANFORD KY Httvo now complete stock of Dulldlng Mntcrlnt Yellow fine Piooint Celling Doorr Sash lllnU and nil kin J of DreaatHi tad Itotigh Lutn x r Slilnglw u id steel ltoollujrL- ott IOMS Vo We tank witliani on any kind of work WiinloJ OfllCf II031te Dr Ls ixilcj u We have the Sle ige icy fur time a MarquartiIA Ring with the grndtange Oeo EJ FBflj Co G flE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE 12 1900 w P WALTON For Congress HON G G GILBERT Of Sholby County TBS One Italian hand of Oov Brad ley Is directing events In his again and Iu Mm Is due almost partI the credit of side tracking that able counterfeit of a man the fugitive from justice on a charge of assasslna flea Tho oxgovernor had been beard to express his opinion of a coward who to the s TayIIormusic he would not touch him with a 40foot pole This Is doubtless what he told Gen Collier to tell him when be ant him to Indianapolis to deliver the ultimatum and la what brought the assassination suspect to time Taylor wanted to run for governor and stay In Indiana having his friends to make the Jpleaof persecution for him but Gov Bradloy would have none of It and when Taylor saw that It was no use to argue with a man who held all the leading cards In the deck he reluctant iy consented to write the address deal dining to be a candidate for governor He didnt want to trust himself out o the protection of Mount with th Franklin jail yearning for him thoug- he could have made a much better race In jail In Kentucky than as a fugitive in Indiana Kentucklans despise cow ardlce but are quick to resent a perse cutlon which might have been plaved torah l it was worth with Taylor behind the bars But he toout of the question isow Bradley with Yerkes a candidate and sure of nomination ha things exactly where bo wants them lie hopes to relieve his party of the weights it has to carry and by playing for civil liberty like he did for a look at the democratic books In 1895 hope to keep In the saddle but he Is reckon log this time In vain The people of Kentucky are tired of republican rule and will put theseal of their condem nation upon it the more certainly sloceI that rule was attempted to be perpetuated by assas l atlonCr WE are indeed glad that Mr Yerkea has at last announced for someI thing For the last 10 years he has been mentioned every time an office was to be filled trim constable to Brnor always being heralded as tbeI lirongest man in his party and a sprint er from away back We shall see now vhat we shall see which will doubtless that the Danville man la not such a goer after all even though he be tooth of limb well fed and well roomed Mr Yerkes Is a pleasant ever gentleman to meet up with is flU versed In the requirements of de mt society knows bow to wear a spade tall coat properly and Is out ardly a well appearing man Those ho know bioi best however say there not a meaner republican In the busl 86 nor a more purblind partisan In Utlcs it Is safe to assume that he is better than his party but endorses e acts of IkuJemlera no matter to bfct lengths they may go That he Is sympathizer with Taylor is shown in te fact that be bad the assassination aspect to come to his home and be his west even after he was charged with sing an accessory before the fact of he meanest crime known to its annals Ir Yerkes will have to carry the eight and the odium of his partys at mpg government by assassination nd we opine that he will be so heavily andtcapped be will make but a poor aqwlng in the race no matter how oujn hound his henchmen may prate bout civil liberty and other Inventions o catch the unwary Dog Tray ot it iy keeping bad company and before the ides of November Mr Yerkes will know how it la himself Personally we like the handsome and smooth mannered Dinvilllio but we hope to be able bhelpabowbim before he Is many aonths older that he answered the call too quickly and that he ought to have fit a lets accomplished republican car y the load of Infamy that will break its back and send blm to Inglorious de eat GOY McCREARY aura be one of he delegates at large to toe Kansas lily convention He leads largely In b0 Instructed vote Saturday so far as sported The honor could not be more ortblly bestowed nor could a truer or ore faithful democrat bn rewarded ov McCreary has never faltered In ils allegiance to the democratic party nd he Is hold in the highest esteem by Ir Bryan with whom ho served In OBgress and who knows his worth as man and a statesman The other tree delegates will likely be Senator ilackburn Lewis McQuown and possl iy Senator Poyntz STN his card declining what it was ever Intended by1 the leaders that be lould have Tavlor save How much have suffered for freedoms sake few rill ever kuow And how It feels to hanged for his many crimes and mls etrcaoorfl It wont be permitted him- cell So far as heard from tbere is no her aspirant for National committee an except the Incumbent Editor rev Woodsoa of the Owensboro eesenger who has made an admirable Deaad eminently deserves a further epgnltlon THE Shelby Sentinel celebrated Its rth birthday last week Charley Lew WM hot present at its birth but none ItsoM who have fathered it has made a betiar paper than be la doing THE Hon D G Colson seems to have as many lives as a Thomas cat Bullets Inor other death dealing contrivances seem to have no effect on him and he runawavlIjand horse took fright and became unmanageable After running about half a mile the buggy struck a telegraph pole and was turned over Strange to re late Mr Colson didnt receive scratch aI Tilt pot is boiling all over the State Brown men have seen the error their way and are returning to ofI first love Four of them were put the Mercer county delegation Saturday- to the Louisville convention AN effort was made to keep Mercer county from sending a McCreary dele gation to Louisville but it failed most Ingloriously The aniMcCrearv dele gates didnt get euough votes to connt POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Colorado democrats Instructed for Bryan Boyle county sent an uninstructed delegation of good democrats Shelby democrats Instructed for Editor Cbarles M Lewis for district dele gateJ R Keene the Now York sporting man has bet 25000 on Bryans election The National committee of the gold democratic party has been called to Z5fare much theyhe administration Knox county endorsed James D Black and scored the republican assas sloe J C Jones was Instructed for for district delegate Mercer county did not Instruct her delegates Strong resolutions against forswere The recommendation of Capt Cal houn that the Taylor militia be paid for services will not be carried out by Gov Beckham and ought not to be The Connecticut democratic conven tlon at Waterbury Indorsed W J Bryan for president and pledged support to the platform to be adopted in Kansas CityDemocrats In Wayne and Russell counties Instructed for Blackburn Mc Creary McQuown and Poyntz for delegates atlarge and for W R Cress delegate from the llth district Laurel endorsed James D Black for governor and Instructed for McCreary Urey Woodson Louis McQuown and Blackburn for delegates at large and D R Hammock for district delegate Twentyfour States have so far held democratic conventions and Bryan has Instructions from 22 He lacks only 30 votes of a majority In the National convention and but 184 of the two thirds necessary to a nomination Speaking of confessions Taylors light from Justice and refusal to run for the the office of governor are ac stone that speak louder than the words of Culton Golden and other squealing conspirators Louisville TImea Andnrsoo Spencer and Jessamine sent uninstructed delegations Rock castle instructed for McCreary Blackburn McQuown and Geo T Farris for delegates at large and Harvey Helm and Willard Mitchell for district dele gatesThe Wahlngton Times says We note with pleasure that even Kentucky republicans are beginning to sicken ofI the contemptible creature Taylor whose only friends now are the party machinists who are shielding him from justice In Indiana Bye and bye we predict that even Gov Mount will realize what a dangerous object lesson of republican contempt for law ho is affording and turn the cowardly fugl tive over to the Kentucky police BRIEF NEWS NOTATION A M Quarrler 2d vice president of the L S N died suddenly in New York The three yearold son of Crittenden Pepper was burned to death In flour bun county Swain Is the name of a new postofllce in Whitley and James H Swain is postmaster Simon Adams a Negro was lynched just outside of Columbus Ga He at tempted to assault two little girls Four persons were killed and at least 20 Injured In a collision on the Oak land Beach R 1 electric road Sunday Mrs Rebecca Lowe of Georgia was elected president of the Federation of Womens Clubs at the Milwaukee con vention Gen Otis in an Interview at Chicago says the war in the Philippines is over and that the guerilla warfare cant last long A report of the Southern Mutual Building Loan Association shows It to be 350000 in debt and hopelessly E Miles and W F Stafford byIpacing a20 mlle race nExGor Gates of Alabama shot and killed a Negro who bad Just murdered the excovernors servant In the kitch enAssistant Adj Gen Murray has or dered Maj J Embry Allen to Investi gate the alleged rutacondnct of Capt Longmire and Scrgt McClure at Mays vslleThe town of Virginia Minn on the Mesaba Iron range was almost wiped out of existence by Ore In less than minutes 125 buildings were reduced- to ashes Jockey J Perkins was fatally hurt at the Newport race track He had the mount on the tally Tenletta and was trying to force her Into the lead when she was bumped into and full IAt Now York a brown colt by St George dam Marie Jansen was sold to A Featherstone for 3500 Twelve of the Kingston yearlings owned by 16000jol O were decorated by Federal and Confederate veterans GOP Nash of Ohio made the principal address paying high tribute to those who fell in the Southern cause Six hundred letters were ground to fragments In the Brooklyn bridge pneumatic tube tho cylinder contaln ing the mail not being started right at the Manhattan end When the letters burst into the Brooklyn omen with the rush of air they were reduced to a pulpAt Covington William Burns who claims to be a former newspaper writer of St Louis shot and killed aa unknown man Later while trying to escape Burns shot Patrolman Thomas McQuery and leaped from the suspen sloe bridge 00 feet to the water only to be arrested after swimming to a barge LAND AND STOCK August 810 are the Danville Fair datesT C Rankle sold to Dick Gentry a jack for 115 E L King sold to Dink Wilkinson three cows at 3c The Laundress won a race at New port at 100 to 1 E D Hubbard sold to Garland Sin gleton a milk cow for 150 SE Eatc sold to Mrs Bottle Rigs by a harness mare for 350 July wheat advanced 3 cents in Chi cago on reports of bad crops Joe Kendig bought in Lincoln and Boyle 27 horses at 8100 to 300IJ B Rout sold to Hugh Casey four cotton mules for 1310IL C King sold to Morris barrels of corn at 265 at the crib J B Saunders bought in Garrard and Lincoln a bunch of hogs at 4Jc Jersey cow subject to register fine milker for sale S H Rout Stanford- J C Hays sold to Clay Arnold here ycsterdayiu long yearlings at 2550 Three horses and three mules were killed by lightning In Simpson county J T Hackley sold to John Hollows of Pulaskl a hornless bull calf for 50 G D Boone sold yesterday a bunch of heifers at 315 and a yoke of oxen for 85J K Baughman sold to Walthen of Marlon 20 two yearold mules at 105Coprad Hlatt sold here yesterday a bunch of belfersat 31c and some cows at3cPlug horses are cheap Ginsburg Bros bought a good oue yesterday for 2250 Scotch bred bull Warfleld bred sire and damfor sale J W Flowers Marcellue John E Madden has offered 850000 for Henry of Navarre but Belmont wouldnt sell him Yearold Berkshire boar thorough bred for sale Good one Isaac Hub bard MilledgevilleIIJ C Eubanks sold to J N Dendy a mare mule for 1140 David Thompson sold to same one for IllS Josiah Anderson sold to W B Burton a guiding for ISO and bought of G D Boone a yoke of catte for 15 A full brother of Black Fox brought 3500 at auction In New York He was owned by Chine fc Ferguson J H Poynter Jr has bought of Mrs Mary Brinkley 345 acres of land on Buck Creek Pulaskl county for 0 250Two double standard young Mary Polled Durbpm nine and 13mootQa old both reds A W Carpenter Dan vile Lutes ii Co bought 30 hogs of dif ferent parties around town at 4c and of Thus D Best 15 nice fat 150 tb hogs at4icF Bishop sold to Eubanks Bros a bunch of thin cows at 310 and to G A Swlnebroad 53 ewes at 3150 and 50 lambs utSlc A gentleman woo made a little drive estlmatealtbatC C Gover sold to D N Prewltt 35 lambs averaging 70 pounds at 5c W M Matneny sold to same 57 averaging 80 pounds at same Dink Wilkinson sold to J C Lynn seven butcher cattle at 31 to 4c and bought here yesterday four cows at 3c and a small bull for 814 J M Roberts sold to D ft Prewltt a mixed buncb of sheep at 8275 He sold to Grrard and Lincoln county parties 00 mixed cattle at 21 to 5c G C Givens has delivered to J C Johnston of Boyle 60 lambs averaging 00 pounds at Sin Who can beat that weight for June 5 delivery Thirty extra calves at 41 170 huge at 305 and 231 lambs 81 IbA average at 5 to Oc are some of the sales noted In the Winchester Democrat Walter Shropshire of Oxford shear ed 504 pounds of wool from 43 sheep being an average of 12 pounds per sheep Paris Kentuckian Lutes d Co bought of Gus McCor mack 30 bogs for July delivery at 4c and of other parties 45 wethers at 340 They sold here yesterday six heifers at niB F Sanders S Co shipped 300 lambs average weight 85 pounds at 5c This Is said to be the finest early ship ment of Jamb ever sent from the coun tyHarrodsburg Democrat- S P McDowell has bought 3500 lambs lit 5 to Sic J S Moore bought of W H Llllard 21 yearlings at S2l The Lyttle farm of 275 acres was takuq down at 4475 Danville News Judge W bL Myers of Casey who with W P Rlggins was here yesterday tells us than grasshoppers have ruined 14 acres of grass for blm some of the ground being of clean of grass aa a marble yard D N Prewitt took up the following lambs at Sic last week 52 of J C Pop ples that averaged 73 pounds 17 of 57I80poundsEmmett McCormack sold 415 lambs at the Bourbon stock yards Louisville last week at Tic Ho Is well pleased with that maricot and will ship several more cars this week The freight is no more than to Cincinnati and the drift Is not as much By the will ot Ella N Amerman widow of Representative Amerman of Pennsylvania 10000 Is provided for the care of two horses and a dog The animals are to be treated with the utmost consideration especially the horses which are to be tenderly cared for when they are beyond the ago of DAYOf the 200 cattle at A B Florences stock pens yesterday not over half of them sold The day was dull generally and buyers and sellers were far apart About 6c was the best price realized some good yearlings and twoyearolds bringing that figure Heifers were slow at 31 to 4c Some butcher stuff changed hands at 3 to 3jc The horse and mule market was also dull The Southern railway has abandon ed the Sbelbyvllle and Bloomfield rail way and no more trains are to be operated over It nTne St Louie street railway strike goes from bad to worse The record of bloodshed Sunday was the worst since the strike began over a month ago Four men were killedthree of them strikers by deputy sheriffs and three men wero wounded two ot them strik ers Horses and Mules to Selljf have Tour 2vear old Mare aaJuI Ky FOX S LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on band and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Man- agerMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplendsd able Everything firatclasa Porter neet all trains 89 FRITH HOTELF FSAIICISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Best IIol l In the niounUliu rate rouldtred lorten mfat all train SpetM situation to tnr tlloj m- aLost Strayed or Stolen One black mare right fore hoof split from shoe to edge of hairs small knot on loft shoulder Any Information will bo thankfully received and duly rewarded MELVIN FBCOIHICK Yosemlte Casey Co Ky OLD MOCK WHISKY George D Weatherford has a contract for FULL CosvaorAxn9ALaof Old Mock Whis ky In Hustoartlle Ky II C MOCK Danville Kj W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With Vitalized Air Physician In attendance Office In the New Thompson Building lea Produce And Junk Wanted III Cash Prices vild for Scnio IronImind stags W jwiy 83il per pound ci Ginseng We lucre located In Stanford the purchiue nt Kgx Chicken II fllrI Wool feather Ac We pay for Hones Brastoppertwo doors from Muln Bring In your Produce and get our pNer- eTANPORD 1ltODUCceO J Gold stud L BiekoIT The Green Store HUSTONWILL6 Now Stock of Dry Goods NotionsGents nishing Goods ShoesClothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before recent ad vances and consequently the prices are lower than other stocks bought since goods went up See my new line of Hot Weather Clothing Low Cut Shoes and Straw Hats JAMES FRYE HON HARVEY HELM Is a candidate for delegate from the 8th District to the Kansas City convention aub Ject tu the action of tto democratic party HON JAMES D BLACK Of Knox County U a candidate for tho nomination for the office of Governor nub lect to the action of tho Democracy DINK FARMER- Ii n candidate for Jailer subject to tho ac lion of the democratic party Ho solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES It a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln County partyFOR RENT Tho property nt Crab Orchard lately occupied by Mrs M A Singleton It Includes residence garden pasture ke Apply to- O Singleton Grub Orchard Ky 81 PRtriTT BEOS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOHKLAND KY orhtaneCaekelaitotKetehind rIm right J We PARKHILL M D HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Dr rurkhtll has bad years experience In tho general practice of offers Ills services to the public ot Stanford und vicinity SIHHIM attention given to chronic case unice Court lloiut over Ileatley tiros Livery Stable OHIce hovers to 111 IJob hots In Mens 8 Boys Suits Odd- Pants Good Styles Excellent Qualities All Wool moot of theta Light Colors J stThe Thing For this session Mens Suite 15 to 760 Odd Pants 115 to 12 These are Clean Nice Goods But they must go awl these prices are only fjalf Tleir Actual Value J5FTrm Strictly Cash IDDHDBEHTSjI Desirable Farm At Private Sale Centring to change climate on account of my health I will sell at private sale my CountyKentuckyand iy mile West of McKinney on O S It It This farm and improvements are among the best In tiio Illue Oraat of Kentucky The dwellings a modern brick and frame metal rout containing 0 rooms with Italia porch and verandah Outbuildings Include two splendid and commodious barns with 21 box tttnllt and shed room for 100 cattle or 200 cheep other buildings Include Icehouse buggy homes meat house coal bows poultry house flower jilt und tenant house of live rooms buildings are In firstclots repair and comparatively new Never falling orchard of best variety of fruit The of this farm Is largcfJlOrllon flrst class land Abun dance of never fulling water four rock walled ponds In addition to branch through one sldo of the place 200 acres of farm In blue grass or meadow with 50 acres In wheat und corns fencing In excellent con dltlon uud abundance In quantity This fftrm U In good shape for division If squareboundedtonvllle and McKlnnney Turnpike This homo and farm has to bo seen to bo appre verydelrabinopportunity to timid this quality on the mar ket Terms liberal Any desiring invitedto Inspect the premises are to call- on or me at KyD Pbo Southern Mutual Inmtmaat Company Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Monte Offices Lexington Uenoral Officct Loulirlllo Ky llrancu Olfilces it New Irt New Va Ualtluioro Std IhlUdelphla Is Paid To Certificate Holders 29218225 aiodro EeumlPand I960092S BARNES WZA1XN Local Agent BUnfoil J u Our Unequalled Success r Is duo to every customer leaving the house satisfied We are continually placing before the people of Lincoln county MAGNIFICENTBARGAINS IlThat our competitors cannot duplicate Wo ate continually striving to place the best of goods at prices that will null the purse of tho poorest Heuiember We lire ORIGINATORS And Leaders iu Low PricestDomestics We will again sell 10 yatds of Calico to each customer for 3c per yard Checked Shirting Cotton corker brand worth 7c goes this week for 4c 20 Pieces of Outing worth 7c special this week 5c Bed Ticking per yard Sc 30 inch Percale Oc Apron Chocked Gingham 4c Clothing Boys Wash PanU tOe Boys Linen Suits sailor collar double breasted large pearl button worth II 23 only 75c Hoys Linen Coats well mete only 33c- Hoys Imitation Veil Suits In wash goals go for 4Sc Mens Linen Pants ISc Mens Linen Suite 12 Iens mack Worsted PanU 03c A big line of the 250 Pants left to coMntll3 Remember we are solo dUlrlbutcr of the celebrated Dutchess Trousers The best Pants in the world Shoes Ladies black Oxfords only 39c A Big Drive 100 pairs Ladle vesting top Tan Oxfords oOc Ladles lace turned solo shoes black or tan worth f3 only II 9S Mens Tan Shoes worth 1160 only 03c Icnd Plow Shoe allow ax 73c Louisville Store Notions FurnishingsT 81 pole Machine Thread lOc Munches Finishing Urald tic lUg rlvolO dozen Ladles fast black seamless hose 6c Mens Qrcy Cotton Hose pair for 25c 20 Dozen Tan halt hose mercerized and high colored heels mid toes worth 25c special this week IBc Big Drive Ladle Ribbed Vests for lOc Mens fancy Balbriggan Underwear worth 11 only 48o per suit Mens Negligee Shirt collar and cuffs attached 35c Mens Silk Bosom Shirts worth SI spec del title week 50c Big Drive lenlIlaat Madras Shirts two collnnj worth 76c only4q0 Mens good work Shirts for Boys Shirt Walitl 16c One lot Mens 25c Suspenders will be closed out for I5c Ladies ReadyTo Wear Garments One lot of Percale Shirt Waists plain anti tucked detachable collar worth 75c this week We Linen Skirts braided in white apron sheet worth OOc for SOc Blue Duck Skirt trimmed in white braid worth IIJW only OSc 1orIn Millinery Mens and Boys Hats and Cup Carpets Mattings Rugs Lace Curtains Trunks Valises Ac we carry the most carefully selected 1II1n11lIprices are shaped with view to successfully more our immense stock 3 2 0 3 3 f a SHLINCER BROS PRORS t D RANEY MGR Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co- Of Newark New Jersey ORCANIZED 1846 Assets 0941071778 Liabilities 0181070721 Surplus Sff2509322 The Dent Policy Tbe Best Company Annual Dividends Before placing your ap plicatlcation for Life Insurance see R B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky tyReferences Our Policy Holders Iu S IJLO LINE OF CLOJTKING I For Men Boys and Children eIODD PANTS ft SPECIALTY t e See our Line of Custom Made Pant at t260 to 1121 per Islr w E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky IIDEiGThe month of June we offer Laird Scboeber S COH 15 Shoes For Women At f3 60 These are the most elegant shoes on the marktt tine in every respect all modern toes and lasts This U a rare opportunity to shoe yourself with style comfort and elegance You should avail yourself of this sale CALDWELL LANIER Danville The Lending Shoe and Kurnlnbing House of Danville THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmst Lenses the now discovery in optical science I to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very katest Designs irk Jvouldil gs Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suit paintingAmongnullcato pictures and all pictures that re duiro a dainty frame When in Danville call and see us and gut our prices We will eave you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky Da77reepfnq7H DEsr IS THE LHEAPES lIor7llanlfl feteyragky Pend tsar faWJuc oul r jllery ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE 12 IQOO E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER i TTilR best materials combined with care skill and accuracy Insure good results No other methods are over- usedl In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP D BIUOIIT of Grays Is with his Iu burl C R COLEMAN Is visiting In to thu wife of Matt Young of West Knd a boy Miss STELLA RUPLEY Is visiting relatives In Boyle and Mercer MRS J B OWENS Is up from Cumberland Falls for a tow days W W SAUNDEHS of Livingston spent Sunday with isle bomefolks Miss EMMA WATTS of Fayette Is with her sister Mrs F Trlbblo MR AND MRS S H ROUT and tarn ily aro guess of Mrs Sallle Johnson Mlts W A Till HULK will entertain the Sewing Club from 3 to 5 Thursday MAX SALINOEH of tbo LouUvllle Store was on hand court day as usual MRS ELIZAIIETH WOODS of Vir sallies Is the guest of Mrs El Bcaz ley JOSEPH HARRIS of Cleveland 0 Is visiting his cousin Mrs Joseph Gins burg JOHN S BAUOHMAN wcntto George town Saturday to see one of his sweet heart MR R E LEE SIMS left yesterday In private conveyance for Tatham SpringsM OWSLEY arrived from the University at Lebanon Tcnn this morning MARSHALL POWELL of Windsor Mo Is visiting J W Powell In tbo West End Miss LILLIE PEYTON left yesterday to attend the Normal School at Bow flag GreeD MRS WM GEER arrived from Pine yeitcrday to vUlt her ton Mr Vincent Gccr MIss ELLA MAY SAUNDeRs return cd yesterday from delightful yachting tour of the Ohio J W BACOHMAN wont to Lebanon yesterday to look at a lot of cattle he expected to purchase DR CICERO EUUANKS and eon Let lie of Paducab visited his father J W Eubanks list week Miss EUGENIA BUSH of Lancaster is with her father Dr W N flush at Joseph Price Infirmary Mit T W HIGGiNS of Louisville has just returned from a threo months stay In Central America Mrs Adclla Winston of Raleigh N C fed her husband on rough on rate because bo wasnt true to her CAIT W Eo GRUIIUS an cxVlrgln Ian and a brave soldier for tho lost cause was at court yesterday MR M F ROUT a staunch democrat and a good friend was among our Garrard county callers ycsicrdar REV W M BRITT went over to Mil lersburg yesterday to deliver tho an nual address to the Training School graduates DR J D PETTDS and wife and W A Pettus and family of Lincoln aro visiting at Judge W H Petlus Som erect Journal MISSES ANNA CROWE aud Frances Adams of Huttonvllle are guests of Mill Boulah VanArsdalo Harrods burg Democrat SAM llttloson of Mr and Mrs J T Embry fell and broke one of his arms the other day Ho broko the same member a year or so ago Tim Fancy Sewing Club and the Economical Luncheon Club will meet with Mrs James Harris Baughman from 3 to S this Tuesday afternoon Miss MELVINA HOPPER of Huston vllle Is visiting Mil Anqp Huffman as she Is on her way homo from College In Cincinnati Lexington Leader J M DAVIS of Casey was up to see his mother Mrs N J Davis who is doing well at Joseph Price Infirmary She U there for treatment of her eyes MRS fit H WILUER and son of In dianapolis and Matter John Zimmerman of Cannellton Ind will arrrlve today to visit tho family of Mr C E Cox MR B K SWOPB and Mrs W S Dye of Middleburg were hero ycstcr day to see Dr OBannon about tbo formers eyes Tilt Harrodaburg Democrat says that Hon Harvey Helm lea young man of marked ability and It would bo a credit to the district to send him to the National convention MR AND MRS E B STOVER of Knoxvlllo arrived Saturday night to visit Mr and Mrs George D Hopper Miss Kato and Earl Caldwell of Boyle are also at Mr Hoppers Tilt absence of our Hubbloi letters has been due to the lllncsa of our good friend and correspondent J A Ham moods who bad recovered eutllclcntly to attend court yesterday Miss PEARL DUItNSIDE returned from a visit to her sister Mrs E P Owaluy at Columbus Ga Saturday Miss Mattlo Days Owaley came with her and wilt spend the summer with her grandmother Mrs MC Burnslde Mit R K HUGHES author of That Kentucky Campaign was on Tester days train for Louisville having spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs M D Hughes at Lancaster Ho says he la doing well with his book and has One prospects of a largo sale Mit HUNT MCALISTER of Fayetto who has not been hero before alnco he was 12 years old waS with his uncle J B MoAlUter a day or two He Is now 21 weighs 200 pounds and Is 0 foot 1 Inch tall Mr Hunt tells us his father Mr Robert McAlleter la In some beta ter health than formerly iMISS LINDA MILLER wyi entertain Thursday night A H SEVERANCE of Henderson vllle N C was here un routd to Lou Isvlllo Miss KATE WILCHER Is visiting friends at Liberty Miss Eva Goode Is also visiting In Casey MR AND MRS WILL SEVERANCE will go to Louisville tomorrow morning to see Samuel Walton Severance grad unto S W BURICE JR a fine little follow arrived at tho home of his parents Mr and Mrs S W Burke at Bryants vllle Juno 0 MRS J E PORTMAN returned to Louisville this morning Miss Mary Portman accompanied her as far as Lexington where she will visit LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work PLANTS for sale Ed Hubbard FRESH reception llakesj select city crackers and cakes Ueo U Farris it Co IT was very hot yesterday and this morning the mercury Is at 85 and climb Ing LOQK out for our eclal offer ing of slippers and shoes Severance fc Sons FRESH car load of lime salt and cement lust received W C Greening Uustonville SPECIAL I rico on W and 55 Inch woven tire fence for 10 days only G H Farris Co ONCK In a life Suchvalues In ladles slippers as wo are offering Sev eranco tl Son YESTERDAY was the dullest county court day In n long time The crowd was small and business generally off To Tilt PEND Sheriff HL Tato of Rockcantle pasted down to Frankfort Saturday with John Mul tins who cot a year for grand larceny NEARLY 100 operations have been successfully performed at Joseph Prlco Infirmary since Jan The patronage has been good all along but tbo build- Ing is almost crowded now A cCRiosiTV In tho shape of 11 strawberries run Into one was the pro duction of Mr John J McRoberts patch The stems grew together and u luaus naturae was tho result BESIDES other leading flrp In suranco companion 1 represent the Old Continental In the counties of Lincoln Boyle and Casey Office Lancaster Street Phone 82 R B Mabooy TUB Somerset P commons on our local staling that Confederates spent more money In Louisville than the G A Rs but as we cant find out what Brer Hannford Is driving at well let him pass this time without excorla tion A DISPATCH from Cincinnati says that Mr B F Robinson the Garrard county stock trader has filed suit there to recover 1500 be bet with W J Undlcy a stockyard merchant on Gocbel being finally declared governor of Kentucky FOUND HER CottMrs W U Lynch of Wlldle writes that her ad In this paper found her loatcoic which proved to bo at Maywood She also says that there was a shooting affair on Uorso Lick the other morning John Harrison shot and seriously wounded Ben Drew PLLAAYMATESCalloway- Nance of Boyle who was here yester day told us that his tive year old son and a3 pound turkey gobbler are tbo fondest playmates ho ever saw They play together from early till late and seem devoted to each other Neither seems satisfied when they aro separat edA CHAD ORCHARD gentleman who was hero Saturday told us that his end was largely In favor of Gov Beckham for governor but wo are still of the opinion that Hon James D Black will carry the county hands down Judge Lewis has a following but Mr W B Smiths friends seem to bo few and far between CUMMINS k C are great advertisers In addition to their halt column In this paper they have the couutry Hooded with large bills and at tractive signs of a humorous character wbllo yesterday they displayed samples aud prices of their goods In a glass case In the courthouse yard that attracted much attention SOME scoundrel cut the ropes of Rev Fagaleys camp meeting tent the other night and It blew down during one of tbo wind storms of last week Fortunately services wero not being held and nobody was hurt Good crowds are attending the meeting and Interesting sermons arc preached dally by Mr Pa galov and Rev David Holtzclaw FIVE YEARS The Jury In case of Eugeno K Wilson on trial at Mt Vernon charged with the murder of MUs Mary Cloyd at London by per forming a criminal operation on her gave him five years In the penitentiary Wilson belongs to a good family and was a young lawyer of much promise Suspension of judgment for 60 days to prepare an appeal to the court of ap peals was granted STRUCK IIY L1Gt NOTNI11r J M Roberts of Valley Oak who was here yesterday told us that Matt Elleraona rouse near that place was struck by lightning Jast week and considerable damage dono It One bolt ran down tho chimney and besides severely shocking several members of the family a dresser and other furniture In tho room were torn to pieces His familys escape from death was miraculous 1s PLANTS of all kinds O J Ncwland NEW lot Mlles kid oven In J P Jones NEW neck wear at Cummins S Mo Clarys ISEE Shanks Deerln g and Binder Repairs DEERINO sect ions and blades at low prices Geo H Farris ii Co PttlscRlrTlovsprompsly accurately filled at Craig k Hookers Go to Tones this week for a nice dress The lino goes at less than coat FOR SALE PIUATELMy real dente and store house the latter occu pied by Pennys Drug Store J W Hayden Fort buggy and wagon tires rims and spokes barbed and smooth wire all sizes at rock bottom prices go to Hill Becks THOSE papers that are publishing a list of Kentucky fairs are requested to Include Uustosvlllo July IS three days I wilt give COc reward for the return to this ofilce of John Lasleys checked coat lost between Walnut Flat and Rowland Hoary Westmoreland Tile examination of white teachers Friday and Saturday will be held In the male academy building on the hllli on account of the court house being used by circuit court TilE young people are looking for ward to a great time at tbo hop Friday evening when the Immortal Saxton will be on hand with his superb tra The gentlemen arc orchell meet at the Opera House that 8 oclock sharp to fill out cards 23 taking the census Enumerator George A McRoberts found 23 colored persons living In one small house belonging to T C Ball By the way Mr McRobcrls will complete his labors this week but as it Is ajfine to give out any Information about his work bo has kept mum on the subject IN the county court yesterday John J MoRoberts qualified as notary pub lie with lion P M McRoberts occur ity and Mrs Maggie T Hobbs quail fled as executrix of the will of her husband B Y Hobbs which was ad milted to probate The case of M G Nevlus heirs against M G Nevlus1 heirs was ordered to be heard HONORAHLE MENTION A friend sends us the following Miss Mary Bradley of Danville graduated last week at Caldwell College taking the highest grade in scholarship of her class of 19 her average for the two years xslng 95 810 on scale of 100 She has attended school 10 years eight of which has been without the loa of a single day and has by her reports stood at tho head of classes with an average of OU for the last five years FOUND A BOOM Notwithstanding the fact that Mrs Julia Hughes and family had lived In the house seven years they did not know until It was being pulled down of a room upstairs It was well plastered of fairly good size and contained only a long bench but there was no door to enter It A small window opened at the back of the house and none of the family had sufficient curiosity or cared to go to the trouble of climbing up and looking In What the room was ever used for or who put the bench In it Is sot known TilE noted case against tbo L N at Lebanon for unjust discrimin atlon In coal freight rate the cific charge being that coal was hauled cheaper for a mill firm than for the gen eralcommunlty In which It was found guilty gets a reversal from the court of appeals ffblcb holds that It Is not a discrimination when the coal Is used In manufacturing and where the product manufactured Is hauled by the road which gives the rebate Judge Payn ter delivered a dissenting opinion which Is concurred in by Judges Guff and White holding that the fats com plained of do constitute unjust discrim nation and virtually says that if the majority opinion is maintained as the law Section 215 of tbo Constitution Is a dead letter CIRCUIT COURT convened at 0 A M yesterday and Judge Saufiey proceeded to business by swearing In Sheriff S M Owens and deputies M GHey nolds C B Owens and P O Miller and eeleclng the following grand jurors and delivering to them u clear cut comprehensive and comprehensible charge J E Wright foreman Galen Hog ers E T Pence W D Johnson J H Caldwell Henry Leech S H Gooch Henderson Young Frank Howard Ed Lewis John P Gooch and R G Col- lIer The petit jury is as follows J T Bohon J B Gllkereon G A Lackey A B Foley W H Boone Arch Frye W C Greening Humidly Gooch Sam Dudderar J P Rlffe P P Nunnelloy J H McAllster ED Peyton J S Owsloy Ur J C MoWhorter J C Huston Dink Farmer J H White Win Epperson D 1C Farris R R Gentry Tim Hutchinson John Pep pies C F Epperson The case of Lllburn Padgett for ma licious wounding was sot for noxt Tues day Dan Hester was acquitted for selling liquor unlawfully but James Carter caught It for 920 for the same offense J Hughes was fined 820 for taming and the case for carrying concealed weapons against Dean Smith was stricken from the docket In the afternoon A G Coffey was acquitted on two charges of assaulting the Pitman family and drawing a pie tol on them agreement having been reached that the verdict in one case should be effective In all AbsolutcJy Pure For the third of a centurythe standard for strength and purity It makes the hot bread hot biscuit cake and other pastry light sweet andexcellent in every quality No other baking powder is just as good as Royal either in strength purity or wholesomeness loltlthemaalumandIf a poison never to bo taken la the food ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK FOrt SALE Second hand wugou scales J H Ban bmrtn ft Co DOT getting those 5c Bargain Percales at Severance Son TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL 2S roi umns twice u weekuuty si pr j uar- TILE L N has aorates yet the democratic couvnuiiou ut LOUIe vllle SCREEN doors windows screen wire water coolers fly traps fly paper ui Higgins S McKlnneys NOTICE Your citytaxes for the year 1000 arc due Settle by july 1 L R Hughes collector TITSDATEGeorge D Weatherford telephoned us yesterday that the date of the Uutouvlile U bad been changed to July 1820tb HOPiiNsOur people will regret to hear of the death of Rev Aexander i Campbell Hopkins who recently gave several kinctlcope entertainments here It occurred at Louisville Sun day where ho had been sick for some time As a Sunday School evangelist bo accomplished wonderful good and his success was generally acknowledged He leaves a wife and four chl drenFIaITWeed Smith after repeatedly dunning Harve Watts for 32 be owed him and getting promises always to be broken yesterday told him that he bad lied to him all through the matter Thereupon Watts struck Smith several times some say with his fist Smith says with a rock cutting a big gash on his head over the ear Watts was arrested and taken before Judge Carson Watts claimed that Judge Carson would not give him justice and without making an affidavit that offi cer transferred him to Judge Bailey who let his case for trial Saturday and allowed him ball In 925 Mr Smith was also arrested hI AM for Beckham and against any man who is for changing the Goebel lawlIad Col J W Guest yesterday If Goobel had have lived there would not have been a word said agalollt It by those who championed It In his lifetime If it was a good law then It Iz a good law now and I am opposed to changing it jutit because its honored author was assassinated by the cowards at Frankfort ills gonlslaw Boyle Gill Boyle of the Louisville Post will please make a note of this to show his readers that ho has a father In law of the true grit who Is an uncompromis ing dyedlnibe wool and a yard wide democrat Rod abhors assassination and bates turncoats and hypocrites MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Henry Riddle of Cumberland county has just married his fourth wife and be Isdnly 34 George Brummitt 23 and Miss Sa rah Stephens 18 were married at John A Singletons T B Cromwellthe well known Lex ington correspondent who helped work up evldebco In the assassination cases and Miss Nellie Muir daughter of Lexingtons tire chief were married a a few days ago Miss Pansy Hughes daughter of Chief of Police Jumbo Hughes of Somerset eloped to Chattanooga with James OHear a O S yard foreman Hughes got on to the movement and had them arrested by telegraph at Chattanooga While In tho olllco of the police station they jumped out of a window and escaped Striking for the Georgia lino they were nearly to it when otllcera intercepted them and brought them back Nothing daunted ORear Instituted habeas corpus pro ceedings for his would bo bride which were granted the young lady swore she was old enough to contract marriage and the knot was tied Alls well that coda well and If Jumbo doesnt forgive and take them to his my children ho deserves to beartI duced to the ranks and robbed peacock feather POSTED- I hereby notify the public that my tint ti l and that permit no hunting or TrespaulDI of anf klad on It Vlolatou will Le luolibeJ to the Nil utellt of A H ttLAND LOW ICATKa TO ILWAUKEE AND ItiJTUUN ACCOUNT UtNKnAl KKDKKATIOX WOMEss cLUns Unarm Houte will sol tickets from Irile III Ky to Miiwuiiltv Wjs and return frmnJuiiH lt to 4th ins usive at raleuf 1340 Ticket will bo good re turning until Tune 11th and extension to Tune ilOth pry he obtained by deposit of tickets nnd pivment of additions fee of fttetu particulars as to departure of Ken tuot r delrgnirs and other details furnish nl npiiu application to E II BA ON UiiriH PiMctger Agent L mlsville Ky d Cum erl nQ Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Fare better than ever Fishing season In full blast Daily barks to and from station Lots of amusementi A nudel Summer resort Write for catalogue and further particulars J B OWENS VOK Parker Lake KyI THBFUEXCIl COAClt STALtlOX QUAszla Krerch Coach Stud Book of Amrr lea ho also In Utpubtlque Kranculn Mare NallonuK No125GT winner of the not prize it the Natlonl Inlwul Expo11011 to and In pmportedhphay with email itan black nnlnn high rtlzht In working order 1313 pounds Foaled on April 2i IfMI llril lmrlnil of Cnminunt ot llutwmlll lWiiriiufnlofL ni rchl li lir the gortrnm at itilllon Knnw dam Cbalmantl 07 Le Uanl 2ml dani by Iteroluilnn Ac tc Qunli pJI ree ran Ie Iraml bark for oer two ctniurlei nrljlnatlDit from a croM of the pure Arab ilrn traced on Nonuandjr mares an ancient saddle hretafarback a ft QUASI will mob the present trawnof at lilY ilj tulle rout Stinfurd on the Hustonrllle pike at 10 the Season Money Due When Services ore Eenierei or 15 to Insure IlTlDK Colt Mart klat Six If week1ar tonal attention gtren but no mpontibllltr nor ac cidents UKID S DORSEY GOLDDUST No HftM The producer of line rod and Eastern botse a that are now In demand at good Will make the aooo At to Insure a Llvinp Colt ROSCOEA soOt Mule Jack will stand at to inture a lie Ing colt Jersey Bull Pedros Great Hopes- No 4ffiXl slrel by Old IVdro that coat 110 000 and Ma dam a 1TH and Sot row with tint calf tend one of tire that won the iweepstake prize at World Kdlr with OWl Jto beading the herd one of hit WlUaeiMcowat SB taeh uumty- duewheueertiroIsrendered with return pdrl lga keP at lr k Personal alleu stun gteen butt rpoJnlble fur acrid hSTasYIIKI Kv of farm implements tools wa60ns and vehicles oT all kinds is one finish them with ltdoesittoo fly asmucfiasuselhaTrvears them 001 and a fewcenb invested in NCPwill earn 7 capmcity1 iIeCCSSI 10 OJKHS7 YmT Iu etnrur CULTIVATORS We sell the 4I t f it c Moline Brown New Jpparture Cultivators l3JAlso One Horse FiveTooth Cultivators If it u need a Outivator see ur Higgins McKinney k BOYSBuy your Clothing Furnishing And Shoes Of us and your girl will like you better We can Dress You Nicely N And Stylishly becaufo we have the best goods See our New Suits Hats and Pall ot- LUlh r Shoes CULfflS 1r iCLH1YI A Woolen Dress U West We prepare to make this one of the busiest weeks we have ever had since the inauguration of our Great Cut Price Sales The prices we will make will induce many to buy who are not really needing these goods just at this time but on account of the greet saving select a nice Dress or Skirt and lay away for future use This is not i a clearance sale neither is it a sale of odds and ends or old styles we wish to run off but a sole of fresh choice uptodate foOisa sale made for the benefit of our u3tomer We believe the trade appreciates this offering of one tine of goods each week with all profits oft Every piece of Dress Goods in the house Is offered Here are tome of them Silk Gloria Cloth Mercerized Berber Cloth German Surah Cloth Black Batiste Nuns Veilings Black and Colored Lustres Black and Colored Crepons Plaid Novelties Serges Cashmeres c Tba sale begins Monday June llti and lasts one week only JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad e Mid Season Values At this season of the year we have many desirable goods to close and while we are the losers you get the benefit We are offering EXCEPTIONAL VALUES In Lawns Perciles Silkf Slippers Shirt Waists Wash Skirts Carpets Ac c This is not adveitisers fancies but we ave such val ues to offer as are tot often the privilege of DRY GOODS Buyers We are t olin the In eke s to carry over goods but to TURN THEM INTO CASHA- nd at a sacrifice when necessary SEVERANCE a SONS Oproslle Court House PENNYS DRUG STORE- yf tDrugs 3 Books Stationery 1ttPaints And Oils 1 Y t Telephone No2 Stanford Kr f rHETNTEHl JOURNAL o Entered n the potloffltt at Stanford at lecfHtdcla matter rvbUah tU QVn xiovs 1 PER YEAR CASH When not eopald lai2OO will btcbIlrPd KNOXVILLE DIVISION Norlh 1I s m 21 Train loin It 2 m i South k m 2aUl2Im For alllPolnti KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No U ArrrlTe at8tanioraat 108 No 21 until Stanfordit 210 No Arrive at ltowlndt 1SW PAY Xo2 until Stanford at 230 PM QUEEN CRESCENT Trsint going South pass Junction City No 11 be not flop No3 Ilo0r XoS AM No P j lng South No7 doeutstop No 3 o 123 111 No 1O6A4 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Train leate Frankfort At6O AX 340PM- intl r X connecting at Oeorfretown with they t C Ilctnrnlnit lease PaTti at iI t and V40 p reaching rankfort after connntlnt with IJ tC tratntat 11204 M7lor iandrnrTue latter train lfar for itfliOwP 0111 r 111 NUTuS u I A I SOUTHERN RILVI1Y IN KKKTI7CKY Condinul Schldilt In Effect Kljr 1900 ASTDOUKn No CXa8u No a 1vLoutvuJe 7 am Ar ShelbyvilieU10ain rOOpmI7 At farCncegfar1 lD Ar VcrailIesl0Idamt 847pm l11rAr wBSTllOtKIX Ixilncton liaiNarnj 1PIIC1 I tT Usloston 3IIfl LLIfl tMm Ar ver allle 1 rumAr Larencebl 8 ILMain Ar ShelbrtlUe PI mlSOml 63uin Ar Louisville Mm XA9TBODKU WtSTUOUN- UrdSsrNo 130 jVoT tiNo7 lr 4oopml 743am Liv Loutsvlt At ij m pmiaonam LT trncbrpAr Jtsspm1 IOItI- ntpmla43ar1 ArllanxtabfLv 140pm 7 31am TJjpmilOiKam Ar IlurRln LT 430pm Moan IA3TBOUVIJ- Ko WESTEOIflt lS Noini IITATIOIC5 fSO1NO 6t- 4OO ini145am Lv lOU1Y1l Ar Kpm IIOamltY 8h4bvtl Ar 910am ftlSpra 147pm ILSan LT Versllos Ar 7Vim Sofira 7 IDum II lOam ArMldwaj IT Tsuam 3lOpmI 2PllJ5AtamAr Ucorgtn Lv tUamr- AIiTliOUNft WKSTBOOStt tNo 1tOBTATIOSNO 6No L 1anil 4011111 tJT tu1ion tmLv Yel1l1ea lor 7ftlaiu J2pm llfcram pmlAr JJIchlrin Ar ft Mam 4Apw 8aoumArKhhmnd OTinni Irvine LlllI6VmST No l Xo tiiiiisM JIIpnijia4lor Knoxville iim Ar Asheville lI0mAt Ar JackOflv1i1e L1iii itv ChattnnOOla Ar Atlanta aroliasapro Ar tIn IitO3aIn 6 ipm Ar Jacksonville 8OIIIIIIOlm LthtInnonza dlepml riitiiii Ar IHrtnlnzhara IOBpmill4 iini IIJOumArJfa 3 throuchileeploff ear LouUrllla to Illr lnKhnm via Lexington apd Chattannoj Jfo 4 tee o scrvatloa ChaIr eaF LoutiTtlle to Lexnglon No 0 free oborvtio chair car Lexington tc ItOUlSTileNi plnscar Illrmlngtumla Luulivllle Tto Lxington All trains betweea LouUvllle Lrtmptoaan4 Dtrein dally JJttt12 Vllrnlliu aint Opocgttow N U nt 13dlr Nocon04dalIyesNpLSad8y Del wren Versallle Sloliolasvaie RIch inond and Irvine dally except SUDdaI4Daly except Sunday Other Iran dally FSOUoIfN301 VIa 031 J 1 CULl litf Vii lilnctnn D C WMbhivtnn ItaW ATfiiKoI A WtiIL TATUIBAG IA Washiovtoa U C LouUvIlle Kj I Half Rates toICincinnati July 10 1112 Round trip tIckets will he on tale via Chattanooga and rIItoute Irani all folnti S uth n n return ooe for ar nmud trip on thp llllllmfdTbe ru nlel are on riuniof aa oual cotIveDtLnBYPU of Anieilca Th return limit are liberal tVrlU lor further inrilfrilam lie win your ticket r over the n Cre otnt Route Ji j J09 lulletiborler lIeu any thel title rromCliatlarooJ Atlanta uftfl tin iuth Its 1oI aroilte tnl Iln In acrvue U Uiunun rirh uit liNi r rIwliereal the njoat perfvu in iiiv smh WC IMireanun 1lInr1 ir II MliHiell U I Clmt aiIIJf ijlad to wild you tree IrI11 urnc iiherl ioriHHtlou N BETWEEN LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE TO CaliforniaAND THE VAST NORTHWEST c Two trains cLi1cxcrpt Sunday to c FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS J UNION STATIONI DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars iPalacc Drawing Room Sleepers r II JJACON Ji I A XW Cur 4tl HIII Urkct LiuUvllle T p There U is Tart fled for dlEcusslon under the head of Sophistication CUdlnf th e The CleapeI r articles of food flf P0011whIch are sImply cheapened by substances which nre in themselves perfectly hcnlthy but frauds writes Senator Mason in the North American Keview If milk Iidiluted by water the only danger health is lack of nourishment but ItI is also a fraud upon the consumer If however it is preserved as it is in some cases by tho use of nchls It becomes n menace to public health antI jellies and jams when manufactured as they nre manufactured by the thousands of pounds by the use of gelatine vegetable dyes nnd natural acids are simply a fraud but when they are manufactured through dangerous fields which have no place in the human economy then n different rule should apply Thou sands of barrels of maple sirup anti honey are sold that do not contain ten per cent of maple sirup or honey and yet the article known as glucose and which is used to sophisticate goods is regarded by the experts as n perfectly safe healthy and ntitri tlous food This mixing or blending simply sells to the consumer what he did not intend to buy but It does not endnngor the public health This is probably true of the adulteration of spices From 20 to percent of the ground spices anti poppers etc that we get are made up of nutshells certainly not a very desirable nrtl clc of food and yet the amount taken being so smhll it may not work a dancer to jtnblUi btu BOYS WAP11 ptWonted some bright boys full of life anil cheer To ttnn0at my counter ns drinkors H beer ottTJD flU delay up the ranks without Of the Army of Driiukanls pnssiug 00ISixty ply The loss to our trade from drunkards tlmt die Send those who can toil or have wealth to bestow For profits ore small on out drinkers you know j Let coma from the shop the sclipol or tho home Well welcome them nil whoever may coma j Let mothers surrender their tOllS toj our ciJllro And fathers keep voting for good 1il censo laws For if you will vote to keep tli mill runllingI You must hiruish tho grist wheel will stand stIll gums Horn CACOHT IN Tim ACT rIA beautiful I ly printed UlU8tl Led pampblM Ira been lsuK by tile Qaatia Creecopt Route tHat 11 full of Interesting datu ash iItQrIcQIdsea4de city of Obarleo lonlS CiThe lion meats thura in July and every teacher In the land will be Interested liuu profiled by a perusal of the pam phlet It will bu sent to you free A beautiful roalUplece entiled CaujbtI In the Act athito tbe nov of the pampbiei Send your name to W Ci KJhearsOn general passao or agent Cinulnnati If you Ure a toaohttr the pampbiei ctinitca to you free pt Half fare excursion to Phlladelpbln and return on account of the republl Qan National oontrentloa Rdund trip tickets will bo told June 1418 Indus Ive good returning until June 20th at rate 01 Ont fart for the round trfp via CteapoakeOhIoRailwuytbo Rhine tlla Alps and tblt llflttlpld Tine of America Stop OVer prIvtIgee at- SVahiotni ind Baltimore Tha 11- 1FV Limited oe r the C t O is the only electric lighted solid eltll buled irnln with throueb dining service aDd ob crvatloo ear For tm1 table address C D Uynn A G P Cincinnati 0- IastIailI i p ruin uil ny lull hip win I linmllinj some limvv iKtXex Tile doctor I called on saul nl tlnl it wat It slight ttsIn anti would be welt but it bllllrbeUIIIRli I Went to n drug store And the druggist rerowineiidud me to try tliambtrliin ija in Halm I tried it and onehalfof fid rent bottle cured ins entirely I rMiInnwnd it to all mylrieudMF A KABUOCK Erie Ia It Is for title b3 Craig Hooker j HOW 8 THIS We oVu Hue Hundred Della Itevard fjsayof Cataitli that rennet hs cere4 by hail ea tmrh Cure r j riiuytr m iweja u Wrth URilenrlgnta ku iwb J Cheney peneetihuorsbieally Lie to cairy out say ubltfailoni iits ihrlr tsta armI1111 Cvairb Ct It taken Uleroallf sot It boiIditrctlt unoo the Utvxl lmu MU sursiers of th hilts Fawlljr Pills an Ibe Wat 1hUler Marks while agUng in tire capacity nurse at the econd Division UuBpital of the Fifth Army Corp at SanI lingo do Cuba used a fON fTiniiibtrlaiirs Colid Clio era and Dint rlioea Itmuily for diarrhoea and founil it lo wtirlc like a clmrm Fur sale by Oiaig ii Ilocftur C II North exmillionaire mid for roer head of theNorib Packing Com PAUJ doing a buslners of 8000000 aI yeav Iii DOW peddling vegetables from a tt bareheaded In ragged clotbe anti broken fhofs ot Sornervllle Mass Odio SHOES POLISHED IN RAG TIME Experience on the Ifootlilncka Stand When n hand Organ Cause Jung the Street IJUllt after I hod got comfortably settled in onp of the leathercushioned chair said Blfflngton relates the New York Sun there came along the street one of those big piano organs with a voice like a calliopes and halted right in front It was n twochair stand and there were two men on It I was the only customer tip at the mo menteAnd the two each took a foot They had just begun poHshlng when the hand organ began to hoot Loozy ann Lou Instantly the two blacking artists swung in with the music and from that on with many original rag time variations of their own they plied their brushes and polishing cloths in time with it When I stepped down to time sidewalk to be brushed ort both men took up that work the hand organ playing now The Georgia Camp Meeting npd the two men coming In with their whisk brooms with an in terlocking flipflap movement that was j nothing short of marvelous I would j not have been surprised any minute to see them each turn a cartwheel hamll spring changing places In the but keeping up the brushing and never for a minute losing time They kept right on down to my feet and tin there a singularly able comblnatign J effect In that last final touch around my hoppers they turned me lose paid for tile polish nnd put If nickel in the organ collectors box for the blacking nrtlsts ant myself and then I walked aWRY keeping step with the music on the sidewalk on one side the lmnd organ while a horse pulling ofI grocery wngen and going the way kept step along on the other the street The whole earth seemed to move in fact to the stirring strains of rap time- NEGROES MAKING PROGRESS New Yurka Colored Iniinlntlnn la- Iniprorlnir lit Condition Itnplitlr Though a laroporUon of the negro population of thy citystill re main In the degraded condition vbioli yns the natural result of the races servitude there are many both men and women who Lave broken through the barriers surrounding them and have won for themselves respectable S8J8Ithey crowded together to the tame ex tent tie formerly They are to be found above the Harlem ns well as below it and in the suburbs of Brooklyn ns well M in the quarters which In time past were eoneidered peculiarly their own In the latter borough there Is a Society IADhattanihave banded themselves under the StattIQalUofc The negro ntedieal fraternity num bew about 1td itb dlplo1is from wellknown Itintltutlons Fire are graduates of Long Island college and Harvard Dartmouth the Unlnrcity of universityjMOST PRECIOUS MANUSCRIPT The Hnndivrltlnff of Jllllon Trrn url no the Oeiu of All ISnclUh Piretir We have spaktm ot the Milton book at Trinity as being the most precious imintMcrlpt Of Knglicb Htdnture In- the world says IJdwiiudj Go ie in At lariele and t hQrtOtxmttider its1 constitution the less likely we are to dispute this claim Nothlntfof Sliwkfs pcres vorTif remains In his ewn hand writing nothing Important so fir us we know ot Chnnotfrs or of Spencers Of Inter poets indeed we IIOM H man tiscrlptfi of more or less value and In tercet nut In no other cue that I can recall ancient or modern hu It been lour privilege to examine the shoots In which through several years of the higheat creative Sntenrfty a great poet hILts left on record the very movement of his mind and the heal tut IOOH andse lections of his art in the net of produc tion When that vet Is Milton the most splendid artist in verse whom the Knfliiih race has produced the Importance of the document axtaodt revealed beyond any need of cinydiasis or in lUtenee Now In the Trinity manu script everything Is the unquestioned hanuxvrltlng of Milton except some of the sonnets which hove evidently Men copied by successive araanuenwe An Arlxoiin Illll of Inre I vas at n reataurtnt out In Ari zona once mid n soliinisn for a wellknown revolver corporation sail was looking over the bill of fare It gave a better doMSlfption of kotpe feqtures of the country than a whole volume For ten cents you could get some delicious lamb chop and fried potatoes Hut broad sad butter were wallImeat and not for dairy pnrpoBes Milch cows ore scarce nod dear Hut the Chinese WoU beefsteak by fryinjj it and then nmldnjp the maths of the griddle yipa rodhot poker Ihnt the Qiieerr Tnkr with Her arc curtain things that al ways accompany Queen Victoria when slitS travels abroud and they make II goodly showing They Include her bedliVirite easy uhnlr and footstool a e the plate lumen gloss and china required liar cnrrlnge horses donkey choir and donkey bor ness anti other accouterments a yliee chair munj ptcrurcs antI a collection of framed nUOtnornnliB THE CH VE IJOSBEL of wlilfh Mr John hirer tbd subject nairatnl b tilts ai foiluirt Iriiitna toAst JiMjfii cnidl llnu JlyiHn wai aluiott rllar eyeS lInken iiujtu o laliieoutlmnllr lukwik aniliUn no mtll jtraJually grawlug wetter day b- yIt Three liiliani b 1IrtO ui Iortu nitrly a IIH a4ied trying Eleetrle Illiters sUit in and thi lint liiiIe iiiie dddIlilllYflDtnt I cootlnu1 tbejr fur IbrcvvHfki sin pow well uiin knjw they taVcd IllS aol rutilie1 Ihe grave or another rleiim So uoe nliouUl fall to try them Only We gUlnntee at 1enDvt Urns tHor p S Louisville has a surplus after p tying theiI i k Sleep for SkinTortured Babies And Rest for Tired Mothers In a warm bath with CUTICURA SOAP and n single anointIng with CUTICURA purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures This Is the purest sweetest most speedy permanent and economical treatment for torturing disfiguring itching hurting bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair of infants nnd children and is sure to succeed when all else fltlls COMPLETE EXTERNALAND INTERNAL TREATMENT FOR EVERY HUMOR S12fi CMii4ttMirfCVTii COT tSr tcIseM rtin ot eni st ihs Orio u treir ii I- Slniatt enS a4 Mnl M htloI Ceic I AieL I eoDIs sini ii Sit WUa wiHkU1 If tr tli vnl 5I Las 11i1u sl rran 8u too Uut tk Skin lpIIIoI Ibr ec p q q a S jtrET5UK1 II ANPAIN91eI rite llot0 sn4jhtpeopl obeIiy1or eonfe t lllustroted 4 7 S S S C S I S S S S s S vct ata-S q 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