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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i JtxLu i v SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftUf o t VOL XXVIIi r STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 19 1900 9 AM NO 3L NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Laurel It to have a new Jail ExClrcult Judo Wm E Rusicll died at Lebanon aged 70 Ebonczer Is a now Mercer county x poitolllco with W S Sallee In char II N Wallln formerly of Crab Orchard will open a restaurant at Droll beadA Masoula temple will bo dedicated at London Juno 21 with Imposing ceremoniesJ a farmer living near Science Hill Pulaskl county died last week ailed SS The court has ordered the sale of tno Richmond Electric Llllht plant July 12 upset price 13000 Thu Mountain Signal of Manchester hu thrown up the spongo because ot a lack of patronage Tho Lt N won the suit brought In Virginia to forco It to reducu Us faro rom 4 to 3 cents a mile The Ilarrodtburg Demooat U tickled to death because th prospects are Rood for a big blackberry crop In Mercer Judge Saulloy decided that the hitch- Ing post around tho public square In Harrodsburg are a nulsanco and ordered tho county judgolo have tbcra J n Wlleon went to Leslie yesterday to boll court It ls said that the clerk will recognize him as tbu Jjdgo of the court and record his acts as each Judge Drown friends have t some uneasiness as to tho outcome of the matter An unsuccessful attempt was made to arrest John L Poweas under Indict ment ni an accessory to the murder of Gov Goebcl A patio quietly formed and left Barbourvllln for the homo of Powers brotherinlaw on Poplar Creek but a runner bad been sent out ahead and Powers had tied when the Kt e arrived CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Elds Sbarrard and Shouwj are hold- Ing a meeting at Old Union in Hour Don that bad resulted in 12 additions to FridayTwo elders wore egged by a crowd of young men at Corbin while t attempting to preach on the public streoU Several bandsful of gravel were alto thrown at them but they cs eapcd injury Of all the Northern Methodist papers only two thh New York Advocate and the Plttsburg Advocate paid expenses during the past tour year All the other organs lost money the amount being 1103000- Uov W U Lloyd has returned from Dliputanta In Ilockcasilc where he organized a promising little church of 21 members Ilev Dertblck of Derea was engaged to preach two Sundays In each month and Rev Lloyd rays he expects to bear of much good being done by this little band of Christians Richmond Register LIVINGSTON There will be a big hop at Calloway nail the 20th The Ladles of the Maccabees will give a millinery social at the schoolhouse June 22J Everybody Invited Admission 15o Mr and Mrs John A McRobsrts of Lebanon Junction were vIMllne Mr and Mrs U N Roller Mr Tate and family are visiting il D Magee and wife James A Mudd has returned from a visit to Uonnleviile Miss Ada Cb arrived from Winchester Friday to visit MUs Pearl Pollock Miss Min nie Count Is visiting at W W Wrights MUs Mary Munday Is hero on a visit to her brother George Mrs Parker lilt Sunday night for a visit to her homafolksln Virginia Mrs Anna Rose Dep Sup Com of tbo L O T M has been visiting Pride of Iy Hive No 18 und during hur stay add ed several new members to tbo hive Mr and Mrs Carter have returned from Nashville Will Carpenter and wife have rODe to housekeeping on High ttreet Mies Sarah Holtzclaw of Lnuca ter Is visiting hercousln Robs Burns and family J CItinohart and t family will move today Tuesday Into Rrtiben Hullins iwosiorv house Mrs Ruchari and Miss Annie Asuiock will occupy tbo tlrst floor for dreea making and mllltuury VOLUAHC EnUFTIOJIS Argr l but Skin EnnitlniiralJ life of Joy Ilutktiii Arnlm Nslre rant thru alas told Itua nloic anti Krtc ur i Ulcer llulli Kflanj Corn lyrt Maims lIurn hIptll lUmli Cblllililui Idat JlIe run on eirth Irlrn out Itlni nuJ ActrOOnlr 2f i lux Cure Kuaranltnl Sulil br IVuuy Unggbt- Low rates West Railroad bargain days via the Monon route Tickets will be sold by tbo Monon route from Lou Isville Ky to points In Arizona Brit lilt Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska New Moxlcoj Noitb Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Northern Wisconsin and Wy t o nine at one firstclass tare plus 32 for toe roundtrip on Juno lOin July 317 Aug 7 21 Sept 4 18 Oct 2 J0tfov 6 2i and Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour lets wilt be furnished with schedules and further Information by addressing E IL Baojn District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky A WINNING PLATFORM The democracy In convention assem bled at Louisville reaffirms tho Chi cago platform and Instructs the 26 del egates to voto for Its reaffirmation In whole and In part and for Wm Jen nings Bryan for president The foreign policy of tho present No tlonal administration Is denounced as unAmerican In Its attempts to estab lish a system of Imperial government for our recently acquired territory The tariff unforced upon the people of Porto Rico U condemned Tho single gold standard alto como In for sound Is extended to the two South African republics In their strug gin to maintain Independence against tbo aggressiveness of Great Britain Trusts are condemned for monopo lining Industry and crushing out Independent producers of limited means Tho republican party having control of both Houses ol Congress and the Executive Is condemned for falling and refusing to enact any law for their sup pression The democratic Stato administration Is commended for Its conservatism In appealing to tbo law to settle all ques tions In dispute and tbo General As sembly is congratulated on the vin dication of Its course by the highest Ju dicial tribune of the State and Fedora governmentThe Is In full as follow Wo declare the assassination of our lato limontcd leader William Goebel to bo tho result of a conspirasy of the reo publican party Wo denounce tbls atrocious crime as without a parallel In all history Wu condemn tho action of William- S Taylor In bringing to the State capital an armed force of lawless men for the purpoto of intimidating tbo Legis lature and assassinating the democrat ic members thereof We condemn his action In calling out the militia and placing himself at Its head to obstruct the processes of the law and to over throw our republican form of govern ment Wo denounce his attempt to disperse the Legislature a coordinate branob of the government by the use of armed force as arbitrary unconsti tutional and unprecedented We condemn him for obstructing the execu Lion of the writ of habeas corpus for refusing to obey the civil process of the law for harboring those suspected of the murder of William Goebel and for attempting to pardon thorn before ac cusation or Indictment for using the mllltla to protect those charged with murder while attempting to lice from the State and we denounce him for d fg racing tho State of Kentucky by fleeing the Jurisdiction of Its eourt and remaining a fugitive from justice under the protection of the republican govern or of Indiana The delegates to the National con ventlon from the llth are W R Cress Wayne W S Rborer Bell Alternate R C Ford Belt D R Ham mond Laurel The electors are John W Collier Pulaikl assistant R Al len Sandldge Cumberland Tbe convention unanimously adopted the report of the committee on organi zation giving to tho voters the right to elect their own precinct coramileo men except In cities of the first and second classes It provides that In the future when vacancies occur In any of the county or district committees they shall be tilled by the democrat of the precinct in which they occur after due notice Is given by the chairman of pucb committee of the vacancy ana time and place of the election provided bow ever on the the third Monday of No vember ot this year tbo voters shall as emblo at their virlous voting places and elect a committeeman to serve for four years and on the Monday follow log the electloc of the committeemen they shall meet In their various county seats and organize by electing chair man STORY OF A SLAVE To tw taunt hand And toot fur jtn bjr the halntof illwMoti the wont form of tlatry ttort It William of Manchrilrr Mlrh the bow rued a liars war made tnt lit ujrt fly wife Su btn to litlpltM for are years that the ruuhl not turn over In txtl alone Alter uilng two lHtlfof Unirle Illittn the li wonilrtlull lui proud and ably to ill her own wirk TUti tu rtm remelrtotlanale 110 n quickly lurenerroumrlefplnanee tulanrliolr limlichr backxbr talullu ant This uilra rte working mrjlclne u a RuIgwlb weak iltklr rue dowh iwoitlii try boltlt nuir nl 1 UnIT Sold XT 1an7IIruiilal The Minnesota grand lodge of Odd Fellows which hurl previously exclud ed liquor dealers bbartenders and pro fessional gambhrs from membership voted at Its session last week to ex clude hotel keepers who have bars and oven drdgglsts who handle liquor BISUARKS mOll IIERVE Vuthereaullofhirplnltldhealth Iciloml able will end energy are not found where Slumach Lifer KUneji and Iloivelt are wt of order If you want tbeixt qiulltle suit the iircrti they bring use Dr King New Lite IllU They power ol brain end body Only SJc at Irony Drug Store Charles II Marks while acting In the capacity of nurse at the Second Division Hospital of tbe Fifth Army Corps at San lingo do Cuba used a tow bottles fo Chamberlains Oollc Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy for diarrhoea and found o work like a charm For sale br Craig Hocxer SALESMEN WANTEDBy tbe Erie Automatic Computing Scale Co for entuoky territory For particulars address O M Henry State Agent Mt Sterling KyS MT VERNON Fritz Krueger fircdhls big brick kilo Monday John French and Martha Doan were married last week Tbo meanest Illng In Gov Mounts explanation of bis refusal to extradite Taylor was his statement that tbe Louisville Post was a democratic news paperA of guilty no doubt would be rendered against the Louisville Post and Dispatch In any actions brought against them charging false pretenses on their claims ol being dew ocratlc sheets Near Pirie Hill last Thursday after noon John Pitman shot Hub Owens tbe ball entered below and to the rlgbt of the left nipple passing through the body An old grudge liquor women etc Pitman gave bond in e260 and ex amining trial sot for today Monday People who have their gardens up rooted by landspllttcr hogs or any oth er kind for that matter dontfeel like counting 10 before speaking but are liable to say ugly things about the owners who turn the streets alleys and commons Into bog pastures The writ er Is a late sufferer and Is too mad to pursue the subject further Would bo glad to hire an old sailor to do some swearing against tho hogs The Richmond Ky syndicate who ore to build a 10mllc road up Brush Creek this county continue to buy largo and small tracts of timber and mineral lands along the right of way and today control most of the lands lying on both sides of the line Us full length They own thousands of acres and have purchased mineral rights In thousands more There are a number of veins of coal on the line running from five to six feet In thickness and of the best quality Including many veins of fine uanncl- G W Baker an old Rockcastle boy who has been with the Singer Machine Company at Macon Ga for tbe past two years has returned to his work after a two weeks visit to his daughter Miss Rica and other relatives In this county Miss Wilton of Williams town Is visiting her brother E K who Is confined In Jail here awaiting result of his appeal to the higher court Ross Bastln Is running the telephone exchange at Crab Orchard for awhile S C Franklin foreman on Signal Is bettor after a severe spell of something like appendicitis Tbo stock subscribers of the deposit bank of Mt Vernon met at 2 P M Sat urday and elected M J Miller presi dent Dr John M Williams vice pros ident S H Martin Geo Llvesay Sr Jonas McKenzie A T Fish Gus Gus tavleon J T Adams W J Sparks directors A committee was appointed to purchase safe and office fixtures a building committee was also named Tbe Institution will begin business on Sept 15th with W L Richards of Glencoe Ky as cashier Mt Vernon bas long needed a bank and wo anticipate other enterprises that have long lain dominant hero will now be revived and the old town and county will con tinue to Improve even faster than It has In tbe past few years SANNOUNCEMENTS QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Reduced rates via Queen ft Crescent Route for the following occasions Low rules to Cincinnati from Junc tion City and points North next Sun day LolVIrates k Crescent Route and cnnectlng lines via Cincinnati or vm Louisville to tan sas City Tickets on sale July Island 2nd good returning July llth One fare round trip Free reclining chairs Ob servation und cafe ears Through Pullman sleepers to Cincinnati uud LouisvilleDemocratic National Convention Kansas City Mo Jnly 4th B V P U Convention Cincinnati O July 1215 t9 Louisville to Chicago and return Low rates offered by the lonon Route Tickets will be sold by the Monon Route from Louisville to Chicago and return at a rate olSon Juno 20 and 27 bearing return limit of July 4tb ac count of tbe National prohibition convention Sleeping car reservations made and full Information furnlohed on application to E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Lou- Isville Ky- I S PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Timely luloim itlon glren lire lounge Loogof New btraltat Ille Ohio irevcntwl a tiruatlful ttgv dy end aced two lira A frightful tough had lung kept her awake very nlghu She had tried niauy teiuedlet and doctor but steadily grew wane until urged to Dr Klnga New Ilcorery one both wholly rural her and writes this marvelous lIutlle alto rural Mr Long of a ae yene attack of 1ueutuouta Such cures are tHI live trued or matchlcM merlt of this grand remedy tOf curill JlI throat chetsad luug trou bit Only Una SI Kfery bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free al ienuya Urug Stor- eWANTEDWe want a few more good agents of either sex to take orders good wages permanent position exclusive territory Address Box 1U4 Danville Kye u LANCASTER Squire J N Denny has recovered sufficiently from tho wounds inflicted by a fall from his horse to drive out Mr Ed Wheeler and Miss Lena Grant of East Garrard wero married In this city by Rev Leonldas Robin son Friday During the K P meeting hero some one got Rev J C Maesees hat and left another Toll tho boys to examine their hats and not Impose on u preach erMr A C Sines freight bill of 8117 on a car of lumber has been eclipsed by Ed Minor who Is erecting a louring mill here behaving paid 815200 freight on u car loud of the same kind of RtutT Elder 1 II Collpreaubed an instruc live sermon at the Christian church on Sunday night Ho preaches twice a month at New Antioch church where he will begin a protracted meeting on tho 3d Sunday In July The Nashville American speaks In the highest terms of Sells ts Grays great circus and menagerie slating that it exhibited repeatedly to delight ed audiences In that city It will bo here Wednesday Juno 27 Mr and Mr F P Frlsblo have re turned from their bridal tour through the South and they arc happily located with the grooms mother on Dan rule avenue Mr W O Rlgney U en barging his handsome residence on York Street On Friday Judge Burnslde dismissed tbe warrant against Russell Holdman charging him with assaulting Mrs Wells because the prosecuting wit ness failed to appear but she appeared afterward and another warrant was Is sued Trial will bad be this week A raspberry supper will be given on Tuesday evening June 10 at the reel dence of J H Burke under aueplcbe of Paint Lick Sunday school for tbe benefit of tbe sufferers tn India Tbe same kind of a supper will be given at T C Galleys at the same time for the ben cOt of Now Antioch church Many of ouY best men are for lIon James D Black for tbe democratic nomination for governor and he Is growing In favor every day His po llllcal and professional record mark him as a man eminently fitted for the place and our banner will never trail In the dust if he Is the bearer The white tea belt1 Inatliutowlll be gin Aug 13 being conducledby Prof T C Cberryof Bowling Green The competent attentive and accommodat ing superintended Miss Eliza Lusk will have everything ready for a pleat ant and profitable session She Informs me that there were seven applicants for certificates last Friday the result of whlca will be reported laer Mr C J Walker has engaged the Bloomer Girls or young ladles chim plor base ball team to play the local team here Tuesday June 26 at a P M admission 25 cts This Is another move In favor of womans rights aud they will draw a large crowd Tbcy are fa vorably mentioned by the press aa be- Ing high class and moral In every re spect and are provoking moro fun than a circus The democratic National committee has appointed that sterling democrat Mr G B Swlnebruad to act as its special representative In his voting precinct Prof Edward Holly of Georgetown has been tbe guest of Cdpt T A Elkln et al Dr and Mrs I S Wesley went to Mt Vernon Mr Elizabeth Patterson of Cincinnati Is the guest of her daughter Mrs A E Crone and she Is being treated by Dr J M Acton Since R A Stone purchased another furniture store he Is selling that commodity at greatly re duced prices The declamatory contest for the 100 diamond ring will take place here July 12 Everything will be done to make It u pleasing and superior attrac tion The best talent In tbe country will take part Including several of those who take part in the contest In your city on tbe 22d There will only be one contest and one prize It being so valuable as to prevent the giving ot more Those desiring to enter will please address Saulley Hughes Ad mission to hear contest adults 50 cts for any seat In the house children under 12 years 25 cis Butler Engleman has two very fierce yard dogs of which he Is very very proud their sense of smell being so acute as to tell a democrat from a white republican This was demon strated during the last county cam paign Letcher Owsley called to pay his respects and to announce his can didacy for county attorney Although the dogs were In the yard they did not attack him The next day his opponent W McC Johnson called and before be got half way up the walk they tackled him his sudden deoarlure done enabling him to scale tbo fence with a whole pair of trousers Ed Nor rls vouches for tbe truth of this and says that tbe dogs know the politics of their master loveChecked In an Illicit by the marriage of hU adopted daughter Mollle Bach Thomas Bach of Jeffer son county killed her and then com pitted suicide using a pistol for both deeds Missouri hung two murderers Friday Neither said a word on the gallows s f l r RICHARD COBB SR DEATH OF ONE Ol THE OLDEST AND REST CITIZENS After several long months of Illness Mr Richard Cobb Sr passed peacefully away itt II M Frldtiv He was 82 years of sire last March having been born on the edge of Ellll and Madison counties In 1818 Fiftyeight years ago he married Miss Minerva Parks who at the ago of 78 survives him They had eight children all ex cept three having preceded them lo the great beyond Tbe living are Mrs Thomas Phelps of Madison Mrs Bet tie McKInney und Richard Cobb Jr and they were oresent when the end came Mr and Mrs Cobb moved to tbls county in 1850 und lived until last year on the farm they theo bought when they moved to town In addition to raising their own children they raised seven grandchildren some of whom never knew uuy other parents and Castle Cobb was always a fond resort of children and grandchildren Mr Cobb was a splendid citizen and true follower of the Lord For more than three score years he was a member of the Christian church In whose councils he stood very high and from tbe regular services of which he was rarely absent Hie was tbe Christianity thatdlsplay ed Itself In all his acts Like Enoch he walked with God and as be walked In Hpuarenl ohlhIIIII rees to all cur rounding he would repeat his favorite Palms Lurd Tbou has been our delllog place Ac and Bless tbe Lord oh my sued and all that Is within me biers ill holy name In the hour of trial and bereavement when death took one after another of his family he sought shelter under the nevernature his dUIIrrtulld open In hospital ity He gave of his substance to feed the poor and no appeal ever went un answered He was In every sense a man utter his Makers own heart and that he now enjoys the promises to the faithful no one who hue faith In Goo can doubt Mr Cobb was the eon of Jesse Cobb and Edith Oldbam who bad 12 chil dren he tbe youngest and the last to die His parents were of sturdy Eng lish stock and came of the pioneer fam ilies who went from the Virginia colo nies lo North Carolina and thence to Kentucky giving to It many honorable and useful citizens Mr Cobbs father was a man of fine education sterling Integrity and financial ability and rep resented Estill county in tbe Legislature in 1823 when only tbe best men were elected to that otllce Hit wife was a daughter of Richard Oldbam ol revolutionary fume No couple ever lived more happily together than this one now separated after 58 years of wedded life and to her who Is left the blncercsi sympathy is felt She leaned on him for nearly threescore years und comforted and sustained him aa only a true wife can Tbelr union was made in heaven and U may be truly said they spent their lives to the honorand glory of God The Christian church was packed Sunday morning when the funeral sermon was preached by Rev F W Allen who read the 90th and 103d Psalm and spoke fittingly of the life of the grand old soldier of the cross com mending his example and appealing for Its emulation Then the sonsinluw and grandsons bore the casket out of the chureb and followed It to the oemtl tery with a procession of 150 vehicles and consigned the remains to the earth after a few remarks and a prayer bv the preacher Floral tributes were banked high on the mound by loving hands and the weeping and sympathet ic assembly dispersed A good man has fallen Earth weeps heaven rejoices MATRIMONIAL MATTERS A 00pound wife whipped a 100 pounJ husband at Alton III and went to jail In preference to paying the fine assessed against her Daniel Reynolds aged 21 and Mss Ella Murphy 1L both living near Klngsvllle were married by Squire J A Singleton Saturday Melbourne McDowell tbe late Fanny Davenports husband and leading man was Friday to Miss Wllholml na M Wlllon of Baltimore We congratulate Local Editor P F Adams Jr of the Richmond Panta graph in winning a wife lovely as Miss Etta Pearl Gentry IB described happinessbe a GOOD DRESSER LWAYS ATTRACTS ATTENTION By using a little judgment even the moderate salried man can dress attractively and look stylish and neat Drop In and let us jrlVo you a few pointers on how to dress tbls Spring Our business Is to dress people and to dress them perfectly fret head to foot Clothing of all sizes and qualities guaran teed to fit and well well t StrawjEvery thing to make you look welland feel comfortable Hats Shoes Furnishings It Pays To Trade At THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfied r Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman k Co fALL PAfERFor 4 Cents J In my Store reedy to hang I have 30000 rolls of newest patterns of Wall Pape 4c 6c 6c 7c and Sc roll on up to the finest made We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see the paper matched up just as it will look on the wall and get Itat once cheaper than any bookhouse can SIll it A large stock of Paints and Painters Sup plies on hand and Pictures framed on short notice In latest styles Ae E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYN- o 308 Main Street When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig Hooker Stanford I A c SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber nth Shingles Etc- I I will duplicate any prices offered We have the Sole Agency for the r Marquart ange ti A Rtnge with the LTtest Imprvetnent tipto date finish a strictly blgh grad Range at a very Lo J Price Call anti see It COI IIttnrewa0rndub f w rsrtt7- nye vor cG or coo CIyo FNeooo 4 Oest En RouTt new Orleans Houston 6atoeion and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the t OUWt and Crescent From Cincinnati and the North Sir Miles Shorter than any Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans SchedulesOnly t San Antoro ctc- TNInT UNTO CNAITANOWANLONAYNIw OALtAN1a1N1 AUttw CRUctu gun a C THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv JfSE 19 1900 t w P WALTON Fur Congress f HON G G GILBERT Of SbelbyCowat- yTf1BIAf6R10RJ0URNAL la playing t DO favorite for the gubernatorial notnl nation and will heartily support any or the excellent gentlemen announced lorI the high honor but conolderlni Rood of tho party and with an eye sin glo to its success we are constrained to belle vo that tho Hon James D Black is the man to nominate Ho Is the one man upon whom all the factions can unite and united there is no such wordc as defeat for tho democratic party He clean able and worthy and would make an ideal executive We do not say this however In disparagement or the other candidates all of whom are deserving of their partys praise but from a closer knowledge of the man and the belief that he can more assur cdly lead us to victory The repabli cans will put up their strongest man in John W Verkes and It behooves the democrats to put a man against him who without so many advantages in life can discount him In brains legal attainments purity of record and In uprightness of character IN an open letter to Gov Mount cursed be his kind Col T C Campbell lays bare tho flimsy excuses given bj the assassination sympathizer for not granting the requisition of Gov Beck ham for Hllien who stand Indicted for the most cowardly perpetration of the highest crime known to the law and says If Mount had taken time to exam 7 inn the evidence presented In the prqmlsea he would have found that Taylor was the head and front of foul conspiracy to murder Wm Goe bcl He was assassinated by somebody and tbe man who had the motive who has since fled procured the deed to be done Mr Campbell takes over two columns to lambas Mount and show up the miserable cowardly creature he is harboring and when be gets through there Is hardly left a grease spot of the lawless governor of Indiana and not a thread left la the warp of falsehoods r ho weaves to excuse his crime almost as Infamous as the one charged against L Taylor DEMOCRACYS peerless champlonthe Hon William Jennings Bryan will be nominated by acclamation at Kansas City The action of Kentucky and the Beveral other States that held conventions last week gives him considerably over tbe necessary twothirds vote and no other name will be mentioned In connection with the democratic noml nation for president This is as It- t should be Mr Bryan Is wearer to the democratic heart than any other living man and can poll more votes than any that could be named The signs all point to hid election too and the eman cipation of the people from the opprps sloe of the trusts and otber Inventions of tho devil and the republican party Let every man who has a drop of dem ocratic blood In hla veins rally to tbe democratic standard and the cause of the people will sweep tbe country from ocean to ocean and from the lakes to to gulf OWING to ill health Lt Hobsonwho came Into prominence from the tact that be sunk a 9300000 warship in the t mouth of the harbor at Santiago and theoii mans lips against theirs has been ordered home from Manila where he has been engaged for several months raising tbo old hulks that Dewey sunk for the Spanish on that memorable May day morn In 1893 It Is safe to ifiay that experience has taught him that a man may spoil u reputation by a foolish act and that be will steer clear of kissing that class of women who i would do It ID public iVojsince before the war between the States an intense democrat we are today a more fervent democrat than over before It Is well for the sliver tongued prevaricator that people are not struck dead as Ananias and Saphl ra were for the same offense or we might be called on to mourn the sud den taking off of one who sold his birth right for a mess of pottage and then failed to get tbe soup TUB republican committee fixed Lou isville as the place and July 17th as tbe date for a convention to nominate a candidate for governor On motion of Col Colson the rules were changed so aa to require all the county meetings to be held the Saturday previous The representation leone delegate for uv ery 100 votes cast for M cKlnley which gives Lincoln county 18 Resolved That the republican con ventlon held in Louisville on the 17th day of May 1000 having Indorsed the l course of William S Taylor has there by made all his acts an issue In the coming campaign and has made Itself partlceps crlinlnl to said conspiracy and assassination and all tbe lawless acts of said Taylor IT la stated that Taylor and Finley will take the stump Jot the republican ticket In Indiana which means of course that the ticket will be defeated unless all the republicans of that State are MiMlnc at heart and sympathize wltb that means of giUlJlT rid of a po llttcatophoaent TUB organs of assassination ore hooting at Senator Blackburna propos cd changes In the Goebel law and declare that Its entire repeal alone will satisfy them The trouble with these malcontents is that they want some ex cue to kick and earn their pay to do so No attention should be paid to them It stands the democrats In hand to enact a thoroughly aonpartlsai election law by amending the present to meet the defects that the late elec tlon disclosed Kentucky Is largely democraticDa a free vote and an hon est count and that party needs no par tisan law to aid it As for ourselves we arc for wiping out all the laws on the subject and returning to the honest and manly viva voce manner of voting Till then we will always have trouble and charges and counter charges that the votes are not counted as cast IT Is all over but the shouting at the Philadelphia convention and there wont be a great deal of that The ticket will be McKinley and Roosevelt though the latter Is acting shy devilish shy Gov Bradley has a boom but Hanna will take the opportunity to settle an old score A great crowd Is at the National convention and enthusiasm real and assumed Is on tap BY Its endorsement of Taylor the republican party of Kentucky puts Itself on record as approving assasalna tlon and the other crimes charged against him A great many decent re publicans do not go endorse or approve and they should make themselves heard and felt In the coming election WE think the Louisville convention carried the harmony business too far when It sent eight men to Kansas City to cast four votes If this precedent U maintained the next time we will have to send 10 then 32 and so on TAYLOR went to Philadelphia under the protection of a body guard of Indiana assassins Now is the time to put such a price on his head that he will betaken dead or alive and brought back to the scene of his crimes POLITICIANS AND POLTICS ExAuditor Sam H Stone is to man age tbe Kentucky campaign for the republicansThe contest was decided In favor of the Brownlow faction by the republican National committee Senator Wolcott of Colorado was selected for temporary chairman of the Philadelphia convention which meets todayTaylor still holds on to the chairmanship of the 3rd district and has called a convention t6 nominate a candidate for Congress In It Judge J R Sampson of Middles boro has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for appel late judge In the 7th district Patrick Henry was elected to Congress In tbe 3d Mississippi district Tuesday A man with such a name ought to be able to distinguish himself A number of Kentucky postmasters get a raise of 8100 a year Including awrenceburg Somerset Williams burg Springfield Bardstown and Pine llle According to a New York paper John R McLean sent a check for 125000 to W J Bryan to be used In the campaign before sailing for Europe SaturdayW Hearst the millionaire publisher will start a democratic evening paper in Chicago at once He already has the New York Journal and a San Francisco Dally- Delewares only Congressman J H Hoffecher who is said to have been the only republican both factions of the party could agree upon for such po iltlon dropped dead In Smyrna The National democratic committee by a vote of 25 to 18 decided to admit the Warmoth delegates from Louisiana thu shutting out the Federal office holders 10 of whom were on the delegationJudge said In a speech at Ow ensboro that he hadnt been sick for 20 years wasnt old enough to usuepec tacles and was sutllclently young to canvass Kentucky from one end to the other if nominated for governor Hon James W Bradbury of Maine has just celebrated his 99th birthday He was a Senator of the United States when Webster Clay and Calhoun were at their zenith and Is now tbe oldest living exSenator of the United States Deputy O W Long refused to obey the mandate of the appellate court In the absence of Former Treasurer Day and Sheriff Sutcr took forcible posses slon of the office State Inspector Hines will make an Immediate examl nation of the books Why dont somebody rush Into print MlstalCeslofpublican Party of Kentucky This book would Introduce some characters hitherto unknown to fame and ought to have a big local saleSomerset Journal Brave old Gen Lewis said at the oulsvlllo convention If the republican party does succeed we will have tbe umlllatlng reflection tbat we are governed not by a majority of white people not by even a respectable minority of the intelligence of the State but by nofourth of the votlnu white population followed and backed up by Negroes that go to tbe polls like sheep driven by the shepherds Said Mr Black In his Louisville epeech This Is a democratic State I1nlllt ought to be a democratic State rf ever a country In the world needs to be governed rightly U Is the State of Kentucky and the only way that you- are assured of such a government as- that Is by the aid of the democratic arty Let us forget our bickerings our family quarrels remember the common enemy close up the ranks- unite our pirty bring back the erring other and let u unite ousrs irjngth l 1 ifI- Ji 1IJ io ExSenator George Nell and Repr sentatlve M Ray Yarbcrry republican leaders fell out and Hi at Columbia over party affairs and both were badly used up- George N Jesse who was sent to Kentucky by the Congressional Com mlttee last week to inquire Into the political sltqallon will report that all democrats are in favor of harmony and that In his opinion both the State and National tickets will be successful this fall BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Ten lives were lost and seven persona Injured in a tenement house tire in New YorkThe statement Is made that since Jan 1 no less than 45 persons have been burned to death in Texas as the result of kerosene explosions The Chicago Herald which claims to have taken a census of the United States says that the population Is 78 004742 It gives Kentucky 2170352 a gate of 10 percent The Masonic Grand Lodge of the State of Washington has voted not to admit liquor dealers tb membership and directs present members who are In that business to withdraw Mrs Mary Bradley Ralley won the Lexington Heralds prize for being the most popular lady In that city She polled 80700 votes In 250000 and gets a ree trip to the Paris Exposition FilipinoIfiscal year the country expended Ic freeing Cuba from Spain In taking Porto Rico and In seizin the Philippines the sum of 013809 233 In addition we must count as part of the cost the violation of our plighted word tho duo tat of the declaration and tbe constitution our departure from republican traditions our disappear aoce as a peace power our assumption of the roll of Injustice and despotism the lives and health of Amelcan sol dlcrs and the shame of the Cuban pos tal scandals N V World A general war with China seems al most certain Report comes that the foreign legations have been attacked and the German minister Baron von Ketteler has been killed Another dispatch says the Boxers entered Pekli and after murdering and destroying property of natives attacked tbe for eliin legations The streets of Peklt are said to be seething with antt for elin mobs A bloody uprising mOlDY fear will take piace on the appearance in Pekln the International expedl tion The Unites States government has taken a vigorous position and Is hastening relief to Minister Conger and to Rear Admiral Kerapll In addition to the warships and marines already under way the gunboat Concord with more marines has sailed from Manila The gunboat Yorktown has been order ed from Cbefoo to Taku to return instantly with news from Rear Admiral Kempff Tbe entire Ninth Infantry has been summoned to Manila to be sent to China France England and Germany are dispatching gunboats and troops to the scene as fast as possible Later news la that tbe navy department Is Informed by Admiral Kempt that tbe Take forts surrendered after being bombarded by the foreign war ships The forts fired first More troops have been ordered thither Telegraphic communication has been reestablished with Taku and Tien Talc LAND AND STOCK J K Baugbman sold to Ben Bright of Boyle a jack for 12i Mark Hardin bought of Jo3 Chancellor a milk cow for 3250 Lincoln Wells sold to AL J Farrli seven 802pound steers at 4c John Bailey sold to J C Johnson or Boyle a bunch of heifers at 4c Dink Wilkinson sold a carload of lambs In Cincinnati last week at 7o Jno Lutes Is up on the L N about Vllllumsburg looking after live stock Lyon Hunn sold six heifers at Dan vllle yesterday at 24 also a 1000 pound steer at 3lc A W Eastland delivered to C Johnson 40 lambs that averaged 931 lounds Advocate GeorgeS Shelby sold to J C Jobr son 19 heavy rousrh cattle for Noverr ber delivery at 4c At Coopers sale of Jersey cattle at Joopersburg Pa 00 females averaged 83690 and 17 bulls 933- 8Voodfordfarmerabave decided lOt- to take 00 cents for their new wl cat but to hold It for a higher price- A New York man who hall reports from the apple crop all over the country says It will be a record breaker Judge W M Myers sold to Hunn Lyon five cows at 2j to 3c and to J C Lynn nine cows for July delivery at 3 33 Millionaire J B Haggln has bought or C H Whitney his stock farm near Lexington of 1230 acre for 115700- cash J J Moore sold to G A Swine broad 27 yearlings at 21 Shelby Beck sold seven betters at 924 at Danville yesterday- S W Yeage sold to Thomas Mc Jeath of Somerset his farm of 10 5 acres on the Lancaster pike live miles from Danville at 870 cash Heavy rains felt all over tbe State Friday over four Inches falling al Arlington Henderson and Hopkins vllle Wheat was greatly damaged- T J Hill and Samuel McKIttrlck said to F P Bishop a bunch of lambs ant ewes at Of and 3Jo respectively- Mr Hill also sold him two cows at 31c Klnley Mack a 10 W 1 shot won the rluh Suburban Handicap at Sheepsbead Day Saturday Ethel bert the favorite came second aud a fortune was dropped- by the backers of the Belmont entry Lutes Co sold to Jerry Brfacoe 14 pound shoats at 4c and bought them Jack of him at4c for Sept 15th dellv ory They sold to W M Dupee Co- If Junction City some good butcher cows at 3Jo tKr irtll jf 1 t Chas Lutes of the firm of Lutes tCo was down in Casey county last week and bought several good stock hogs at from 3 to Sic and sold to Chas Carson of Casey two nice heifers for etO and a nice milch cow for 132 DANVILLE COUUT Formers wore busy cutting wheat yesterday and the crowd at court was the smallest for years Hardly half of the 200 cattle on the market sold and traders went home displeased Sumo yearlings and two yearolds brought die and a tow 31 to 4c Butcher stuff was In fair de wand at 3 to 3c A half dozen horses sold at60 to 8100 but no mules war offered Revs WM Brut and F B Jone- commenced a meeting at Neals Creek church last night to continue as long as Interest Is manifested Rev A S Worrall of the Baptist church will preach at the Methodist church tonight A distillery at Camp Nelson has giv en up one of Its warerooms to be used to hold Sunday school In The Lincoln County Christian Cooperation meeting met at Turnersvllle Friday Bro F W Allen being Db choIgreat credit to himself The main ob pledgesIOur pledges amounted to J237 The speaking was good and It was one of the best meetings wo ever bad A PeyIMoren of London charged with tbe murder of Robs Owens at Pine HIP Rockcastlo county a few nights agr Owens was killed at Pine Hill In a pitched battle when Jones and three friends on one side and Owens and oth ers on the other fought with pistols Owens was Instantly killed All ate now In jail at Mt Vernon without bal1 FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horse and Mule constantly on hand and timeIManager FRITH HOTEL- F rSANCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY fleet Hotel lath mountains rates conildeteJ trnIW S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With VltalUrd Air Physician In attendance Office In the New Thompson Building tea Produce And Junk Wanted I Highest Cash PricesCald for Scran Iron and tags We r pound cash for Olnsentf We have located to Stanford for tho purchase of Egg Chicken tilde Wool Feathers dec We pay for Hones 40c per hundred Highest cash price for fires Lopper Ac Ofllc and hop two doors from Main firing In yourIroduco end get our prices STANFORD PU01UO CCO J Gold end J Jilckofr THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJESTCLASS1I0telin 2 RATE tine block from the principal shopping IhleeI of farm implements y tools waOons and vehicles CH all kinds t IS one sayJn9 finish them Jt does ittoors e re- as much as use fatsthem out and a rewcen1s invested in NC P will earn dollars in wearin capa expensivenecessities it1 B rfml Wr r rAoKWhile ud a Color Worksaniwn I Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror IaUCIl ster i Kentucky Sewly d rnlshed clean beds pIends able E erything flretelasa Porter neat all ttalna 89 POSTED I herb lOur the public hut icy lan11I Itand that J cili erwtt no JluatJD or Trespasln of any kind on u Violators will punishrl tblullearusofII0law AMELAND 7 M iijL h l HON JAMES D BLACK Of Knox County h a candidate for the nomination for the odlco of liovornor lub test to the action of the DemiKracy DINK FARMER la n candidate for Jailer subject to tho nc tlon of the democratic party He solicit your support JOHN C PEPPLES Ja candidate tor Jailer of Lincoln County parsFOR RENT eThe property at Crab Orchard Intclr oc cupled by Ira M A Singleton It Include residence garden Ac Apply to 2lsOLD MOCK WHISKY I George 1 Wcatherfonl lies a contract for FeLt CONTROL AXD BALK of Old Mock Wide ky la Hustourlllo Ky- U U MOCK Danville Ky PBUTTT BEOS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOHELAND KY Quick and efficient attention la burial lfoCanl new heee Uiv stuck of Ooffini Cakete lobed UpMiUt stock of Jiirnlcur always on hand trim right is We PARKHILL MrD HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Or 1arkhlll hat had 20 In the general practice of medicine Iud offers lilt services to the public of Stunfon and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cases tIllce Court Ilouea over Ilcniley lira Livery Stable Utlice hours from to 5 r Job llots In- Mens S Boys Suits Odd Pants Good Styles Excellent Qualities All Wool won of them Light Colors Just The Thing For this season Men Suits 15 to 750 Odd Pant nli to t2 These are Clean Nice Goods But they mutt go and these prices are only 1a1t Tijcir Actual Value aTTertun Strictly Cash Hdii IMOBERTS Desirable Farm At Private Sale Dextrine to chnngo climate on account of my health I will lull at private sale my- farm of 250 acres In West County Kentucky IK inllo East of lluitonvllle and IS mile West of McKlnnoy on O S U Ill Tills fare and Improvements are among the best In tiiu lllue Ores region of Ken tacky Thu dwelling U a modern brick and frame metal roof containing roxnns with verandah Outbuildingtnrludetwoospmind unilcomtnodloun burns with II box stalls and shed room for hue rattle nr 200 sliouii other buildings Include Icehouse buggy home moot house coal floodleurlbtare In firstclass and comparatively now Never falling orchard of bust variety of fruit The largerJlOrtion of this farm U arst class land Abun dance or never falling water four rock walled pond In addition to branch through one side of tho place acres of farm In InIdition and abundance In quantity This teen Is In good xhiipo for division If so desired as U lays almost In a square bounded on North arid past tilde by llus tonvllle rind McKlnnney Turnpike This homo and farm has to be seen to bo appro dated Any one wishing to secure a ilcslrabln place will rarely meet with 1mI opportunity to fled this quality on tho mar ket Terms liberal Any desiring to inspect the promises are invited to call on or rid dross mo at IvyD rh Southern ilutnal Investment Company Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Rome Oakes Lexington Kr- Ueucral Offlcct Loultrllle Ky Bunch OQlco llaltbnoreMd Paid To CtrtlBeata Holders 29218225 FuiedlCo StunelFand 9603925 BARNES WEAKEN Local Agent Stanford IitIjjj4 J7 rtb JJ j STANFORDS BUSY STORE j Literally bristles with LOW Prices and Great Values We hue opened the TV to ECONOMICAL SHOPPING And our Inducement arc real and substantial OUR SPECIAL ATTRACTIONSF- or Title Week CO Pieces of 20c cud 25o Lawn and Marlboro Cloth go this week at 13c 10 Pieces of fine Tissue Moil Mercerize regular 25c quality special price 16o 25 Pieces yartl wide Percale only 6c 15 Piece Lawn oo quality this week only 3jc 25 Dozen Shirt Waists that are made of tho best Sea Island Percale Not a due but what U worth The go tIlt week for 48c f If you havent secured any of those Iearl Buttons at Co per dozen you lad boiler do to its the stock la getting low Domestics Look at these prices carefully and then come and sea us as these goods go fast at these prices 300 Pieces Light and Dark Calico 3c- 3ft Inch Hleachod Cotton from Co up- S Pieces heavy Shirting Cotton only 4c These are only a few prices In this de partment Everything goes at the tamo prices Notions Furnishings 3 Spools Machine Thread lOc 3 Hunches Finishing llrald 6c- lllg Drive 10 Dozen Ladles Kasl Black Seamless Hose pet pair 60 Mens gray cotton hose 0 pair for 25c Big Drive Ladles Illbbed Veils 3 for tOe Mens fancy Balhrlggan Upderwear worth II only 4So per suit Mens Silk Bosom Shirts worth fl special title week SOc Big Drive Mens fast Madras Shirt two collars worth 7ftc only 4Sc Mans good work Shirts 23c One lot Mena 25c Suspenders will be closed for ISo Louisville Store Clothing Boy Wash PanU hey Linen Suits sailor collar double breasted large pearl buttons worth 1125 only 73c flan Linen Coats well made only 85c lloya Imitation Vest Suits In wash goods go tar 4So Mens Linen Suits f103 Mens bnck worsted pants 08cIA big line of 1260 Pants lelt to close at tRemembercelebrated Dutches Trousers Shoes Ladle Black Oxfords only 30o A Big rlvl00 pairs Ladles vesting top Tan Oxfords 50c Ladles lace turn solo Shoe black or tan worth 13 only f109 Mens IAn Shoes worth lillO only 080 Mens Plow Shoes as low a73c In Millinery Mens and Boys HaU and Cars Carpets Matting Hugs Blinds Lace Curtains Trunks Vnllscs Ac we carry the tenet carefully selected took and prices aro Shaped with a view to successfully move our Immense etockIS LINGER BR0Sj T D RANElY Stanford Female 1900INext Session will open September 3 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres 1 Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1840 Assets 0941071778 Linbilitics GiS1070724 Surplus 502560322 The heel Policy The Best Company Annual Dividends Before placing your an plIcHtlcatlon for Life Insurance se- eR B MLAHONY Agent Stanford Ky 3T Refe renew Our Policy Holders I BIG LINE OF CLO TKING t For Men lloya and Children OrODD PANTS H SPECIALTY 14 See our Line of Custom Made Pants at 260 to f t25 or pair t Wa E S e PERKINSt DZe =elVG IITheShoes For Women At 3 50 These are the most elegant shoes on the market fine In every respect stylecomfort I CALDWELL LANIER The Leading Shoe find Furnishing House of DallvlloI THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KYTitle Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been reo lopticalscienceTHESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very latest Designs irkouldir gs Patterns never Bold In this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suit pnlntlngsAmongqelicatepicturoe Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that roo dulre s When In Danvllle call Bud sea us and let our prices We 1 will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky S t r l 4tL THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE 19 1900 E 0 WALTON BuBwiaa MANAGER TilE best materIal combined wIth gociDrug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP thorn Is not a vacant residence or storeroom In Somerset MRS JOSEPH COFFEY Is out nIter an linen of bovural daye Miss JANI LVNK of Jessamine Is with Miss Fannie Shanks Mr J C HAYS has returned from a visit to relatives In Garrard MRS ANNE DUDDERAR Is back trot a visit to relatives In Rockcasllc HORN to the wife of Eld Josopl Severance of Maysllek a girl lION O C WILLIAMS of Mt Vcr non was hero on legal business Miss MARGARET MILLER of Rich mood Is with Miss Dolllo McRobcru Miss MARY GARNETT of Cave City Is visiting her sister Mrs Joe S Rice l G A BENEDICT of Washlngtot county was hero Saturday with old friends t DR HENRY PETTUS and wife will move back to Livingston from Oral Orchard Miss ELIZAHETH PICICBTT of ohel by Is visiting her sister Mrs Will Severance J H HAUQUMAN spent a portion of last week with his customer In tbu mountains MRS LUCY A GARDNER of Mont gotnery City Mo Is with Mrs W H 1Underwood HAYOBN of Louisville spent several days with his legion of friends here Miss NETTIE WRAY spent severe daywith Mrs H C Baughtnan at liustonvllle MRS REUIIUN WILLIAMS of Me KInncy spent several days at the Veranda Hotel MR L U JlUOlins tell at the hot Friday evening and severely sprained his right ankle Miss MARY MCNOAY of Rowland Is spending u few weeks with her broth cr George at Livingston MISSES SALLIE RAY of Garrard aoJ Denle Stouffer of Richmond are guests of Miss Anna Cover DR JAMES RIHFT and wife of Cov1 legion are visiting his parents Mrl and Mrs J P Rlffe In the West Yond Miss NINA CARPENTER of Perry rllle entertained a few nights since ID honor of Miss Stella Rupley of this place MI95tm SALLIE ASD ADA SlIELTON with Miss Pearl Pollock who 1returned their guest to Livingston MRS II H WlLUER of Indianap oils and son who have been visiting her sister Mn C A Cox returned homo yesterday MR R E LITTLE of Rlchraondwho came to the hop remained till yester day so great an attraction he found In one of our loveliest girls ROIIERT MORELAND who received severe cuts on the bead by being thrown from a horse In Lexington was doing nicely at last reports DR J S COOPER of Llvlngstonwas down to see his wife yesterday who Is at the Joseph Price Infirmary near ly recovered from an operation OUR faithful typowrllher and Ito nographer Miss Gallic Uorton is en jovlng a rest and n visit to her sister Mrs J 0 Grlssom at Columbia MRS R G HAIL of Somerset will arrive today to visit her parents Mr and Mrs George D Wcaren tier son Wearen came up several days ago Miss LILtIE MOORE of Casey Is with her sister Mrs Ed Wilkinson Booker Wilkinson brought her up MRS AOELIA WOODS of Hustor vllle wont to Crab Orchard Saturday to spend a taw weeks In recuperation Mies Minnie Woods accompanied her this farr W F SHERIDAN formerly of this place but now of Earlln too slipped on a banana peeling In Louisville last week and received an ugly out In the forehead MRS J W BAUOHMAN very delightfully entertained some eight or 10 couples Saturday evening In honor of Mutes Katborlno and Edna Baugh man and Martha Clay of Paris Till Advocate says the object of Sam Menefces visit to Europe Is to rut up a declamatory contest for females in Rome and have Queen Vic Emperoi William and the Czar of all the Rus sins as judges IT may sound bigger to be a delegate t from tho Staterlfarge but Hon Her vey Hem will be as big as two of them lie has u whole vote they only a hall I each eight having been selected In stead of the usual four MR R E IICOHES writes us that Mr E S Arnold of Stanford has boon appointed agent for Lincoln county for the sale of That Kentucky Cam paign tI Mr Arnold has a good thing and ought to reap a big harvest ISNT Christine Bradley just beautiful And did you ever a prettier dress asked an enthusiastic lady at the hop the other night We gave e most unqualified assent to both prop ositions and added that she was at bright us she was pretty and ta modest as a little daisy The honors that have been thrust on tho fair young girl arc sutllolenl to havo turned an older head but hers like her fathers Is too level for that and sbe Is as unassuming and apparently as oblivious of her many aa If the had not been honored 1aod petted so lavishly Miss Bradley been the guest of her cousins the t Misses Warreu since the hop AI MRS J G MARTIN Is very low Miss XOB ELLIS U visiting Mrs W B Hawkins In Corbln Miss LOLA MATHEWB of Cincinnati is with Miss Salllo Lynn Miss JOSEPHINE REID of Danville Is with Miss Fannie Shanks Miss ARIADNE WRIGHT of Lbo West End Is with the Misses Ellis MISSES KATIE GRAY of Versailles and Docile Young of Keene are with Mrs E T Bcalcy Mus W O SPEED went to Junctlor City yesterday to see her mother Mrs J P Hooker who Is III MISSES MARY AND LIZZIE WITtIER REID of Danville joined Miss Linda Millers hippy bopeo party MRS A G HUFFMAN will hay charge of the music at the contest which la sure to bo a feature MR GEORGE PARKS of Madison a brother of Mrs Richard Cobb was present to comfort her In her great lots Miss ALVIKA VANARSDALE enter talned very handsomely last night In honor of Miss Linda Millers house party MESSItS JAKE AND Jos GINSHURG took their families to Cincinnati Sunday whore they attended the marriage of a friend MRS C C PARRISII and children of Clifton Forgo W Va are visiting at Col T P Hills Mrs Parrlsh looks exceedingly well MRS W11 SHANKS entertained at dinner last evening In honor of Mlsse LJeuluh McElwaln and Alma Lackey and all had a delightful time MRS GEORGE LOYELL and little daughter Edna of Jackson are visit fag Mrs C W Lovell Mr Al Lovell of Somerset is on a visit to his parents MR AND Mus T A RICE src back from Benson Ariz to spend the sum mer Mr Rices health Is greatly Ira proved and he has gained 20 pounds IE avoirdupois A DANCE In honor of Misses Alma Lackey of Gallatln Tenn and Chris tine Bradley of Lancaster will be given at Walton Opera House Thurs day night The lop Club and all other friends are Invited Go early and enjoy a long evening A8IU1V MCKEE WARREN passed a blgbly satisfactory examination boron Messrs J B Paxton and P M Me Roberts yesterday and wits granted 1U calico w practice law by Judge Saulley This young gentleman ought to and doubtless will make a big reputation as a lawyer If blood and breeding go for anything His father lion R C Warren is a tine lawyer he is a neph ew of the noted jurist George It Mc Kco and a lineal descendant of Chief Justice George Robertson whose fame as a law giver Is world wide LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for god watch work WE pay IOu In trade for Eggs Warren Shanks Folt SALE Second hand wagon scales J U Banghman Co NOTICE Your city taxss for the year IWX are duo Settle by July 1 L It Hughes collector RED Men are requested to meet at Odd Fellows Hall Monday night to ar range for the 4lh of July celebration PLEASE call at the College and pay your tuition bill to Mrs Nannie S Saufley4 The money Is needed to pay rent c FOR sagoa tires rims and spokes barbed and smooth wire all sizes at rock bottom prices go to Hill Jr Becks FOR RENT Storehouse In Morelatd 22x02 now small dwelling attached Best stand In town J W Huston Moreland Ky PROMITLY AT 3 Manager E U Beazley asks us to state that tho elocu lloaury contest at Walton Opera House next Friday evening 22d will begin promptly at 8 oclock The crowd is earnestly requested to assemble be fore that hour FOUND DEAD Aunt Martha Hill colored who hits made her homo at Col JT P Hills for a quarter of u century was found dead In her room there Saturday It Is thought that she was dressing when she fell dead She way warm when found HARVE WATTS could have made money by paying the debt be owed Weed Smith of 82 It cost him 914 In Judge Baileys court to settle for cutting a gash In Mr Smiths bead when he asked him for the money and ox pressed his opinion of the many broken promises ho wade to pay It ROSES FOR A SONU Tho 21 dozen roses ordered by W W Withers for the young men who intended to decorate their girls for the hop got hero after the ball and bad to be sold at- my price that could be obtained A mistake In tho shipment was made and the express company ordered the con signment to be sold for Its charges THINKS IT 1LllE BRADLEY Hon G O Gilbert told an I J repre sentative at Louisville that from what ho could gather Gov Bradley would bo tho lamb the rods will put up for slaughter against him He thinks the oxgovernor will be no harder to beat than the gray gelding and Is thoroughly careless as to who Is pitted against him NARROW ESCAPESclay morning as Misses Anna Darst Stella McClary and Mary Moborly were coming to church In a buggy their horse got frightened at a bicyclist and turning suddenly around overturned the vehi cle and jpllled Its pretty contents on tho ground Strange to say they were not hurt at all and no damage was done except to the top of too buggy which was torn o- ftfflulli TRUSSES now line all kinds and all sizes at Craig BockerlIt DEERINQ sections and blades at low prices Ceo H Ferris fc Co Tim INTERIOR JOURNAL 28 columns twice a week only tl per year I AM making special lowprices 00 flooring colling and cypress shingles A C Sine FRESH car load of lime salt and cement lust received W C Greening Hustonville SPECIALpriceon 40 and 65 loch woven fire fence for 10 days only G H Farris Co r WE have a firstclass wood workman In our shop who is prepared to do any kind of work Beazley Bros FOR SALE PIIIV FLYMy resl dence and store house tho latter occu pied by Pennys Drug Store J W Hayden THE remains of Lt Hayden Grubbs who was killed In the Philippines will arrive at Capt W E Grubbs home at Shelby City Thursday An escort wilt accompany them from Fort Thomas and they will bo Interred In Dellevua Cemetery Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock THE Stanford Hop tub reason to felicitate Itself over the grand sue tees of Its Juno hop now a joyous mom ory Everything was arranged in an elegant manner and carried out In minute detail The hall bade bees beautifully decorated tn the clubs colors of blue and old gold while palms and ferns and other potted plants were banked high on the stagealmost but ting from view Saxtona superb orches tra of eight fine performers The gen tlemen wero for the most part In regu allon dross and on their good behav ior while the ladles were beautiful all aqd their costumes elegant and beeom lag A description of the latter would take more space then we have to spare so a simple mention of their names mustsufllco It is safe to say that as many similar gatherings as have tilled Waltons Opera House ltd electric lights power shone on fairer women or more gallant mon About 1 oclock a nice supper was served at the St Aeaph which the fatigued dancers greatly en joyed and which revived them for fur ther enjoyment till 4 AI The rain which had fallen nearly all day took a fresh bold about 0 oclock the hour lor- assembling but Hoods nor hurricanes could keep tho crowd away Specta tore wero limited to the gallery and it was packed like sardines till a late hour As near as our reporter could got their names the following were on the lloor SprlngfleldMIss Sue W Wroy Newport Miss Julia C Ramsey Knoxvllle Mrs J M Black Cincinnati Miss Marie Gayle Jack ton Mt Sterling Miss Ann Laura DrakeOxford 0Mies Anna May Shrop shireLexingtonMiss Ann Cook Huff man Crab Orchard Misses Byrt James Lockle Dllllon Annie Bronaugh Danville Misses Josephine Mary end Lizzie Reid Virginia Bowman RichmondMisses Molllo Fife Eva Laramers Bessie Turley Earl Chen wltParisMies Martha Clay Lancaster Misses Christine Brad ley Fannie Doty Gallatin Tenn Miss Alma Lackey Somerset Misses Katherine and Lu tills Waddle Susie J3rlnkley Miss Edith Holbrook of Iowa was a mew her of this party- SieholaevilloMies Jane Lyne Hustonvllle MUses Edna Carroll Cum n Hz Mabel Taylor Mollle Hopper Mrs Mary Withers Bowman of Dan ville herself a very handsome woman chaperoned her beautiful daughter and aleceeStanfordMisses Isabella Bailey Sue Willie Hale Annie Bronaugh Engle man Janle Wearen Nell Mcrshon Alllu Fish Annie Evans Bright Annie Della Woods Linda Miller Tevls Carpenter Mary Bruce Fannie Shanks Pearl Burnslde Lucille Cooper Mes dames G L Penny J M Alvereon W A Tribble G A McRoberts For dyco Loga- nLancasterD D and L Herndon John Burnslde O W Shugars W H Bush Will Donny H B Robinson L B Beazloy Herbert Klnnalrd Frank Marksbury Richmond Allen Hlfearlng R E Little J W Wagers V LouisvilleJ W Maisee Cincinnati Wyatt Danvllt Pleasant Tucker Miller Dell Sid Adams Jesse Erabry Jades Reid Horace Bowman John McRob erts James Tbompklns C Ps Cecil Jr Vernon Richardson Hustonvllle W S Huffman Eow ard Camnltz Ellzabuthtown Charles P Green Montgomery AlaA A McKinnoy JrCrab Orchard Andrew Buchanan Wade PerklD- sSOlUersetJoho M Hale Kelley Boono Ed Morro- wLexingtonW R Berry Guy C HaeckelSt3nfordT H and J H Shanks Rowan James and George Saulley team Lenebman Gee D Dunn Aehby Warren Pearson Miller W B Wear en Robert Coffey W O Walter LIPunnyArthur C Hill P L and John Beck lilt Spalding Ernest Warren Rrr Bruce Sam Embry L R Hughes George D Florence Forest Mcqlarv James Engloman G A McRoborts Fordyce Logan Robert and James Woods Edward Cooper Homer Wray Ed Halo Bowen VanArsdalo J Ii eager R G Denny Steele Bailey George B Ellis A Great Name guarantee is a of There are superior brands of bakingworth powders but Royal Baking Powder is recognized at once as the j brandof great name the powder of highest favor and reputation Everyone has absolute confi dence in the food where Royal is usedPure and healthful food is a matter of vital importance to every individual Royal Baking Powder assures the finest and most wholesome food There are many imitation baking made from alum mostly sold cheap Avoid them as they make the food unwholesome ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK NEW neck wear at Cummins Mc Clarys TiiESEarethe longest days of tie year 14 hours and 51 minutes YERKES s not so strong Boyle county as some people think The democrats say they are going to curry It against him AT present Miller Hlrscb tie Danville Globe people are doing business In the old Gllcher Hotel otllce Their storeroom is being enlarged and repaired AN 10reserved seats lot the contest came In one batch from Hustonvllle yesterday and seats are being rapidly taken Better secure one If you do sot wish to standITilt INTERIOR J thing from a visiting card to a poster twice as large as the sheet this paper Is printed on and at prices that defy competition IK Yerkes should ppen be elect ed governor which It is dollars to doughnts be will not be would be move the capital to Little Britain like be did the collectors olHce Better not give him a chance J S REID whorrledMiss Pearl White of this county was acquitted at Lexington of unlawful taking He sold a woman a piano to be paid for In Installments and when she ceased to pay bo tOOK forcible possession of the Instrument MUSIC Miss Margaret Lewis will Instruct In piano mandolin and guitar at S3 each a month She is highly recommended by Mrs Ledyard of Caldwell College and has proven her self a very competent teacher BASE BALL ought to draw like a sticking plaster The Bloomer Girls of Chicago the ladles champion base ball club of the world will play at Stanford Wednesday June 27th Admission 25e to all nobody free They say the game will be strictly mor al and refined and nothing will be tol crated that would harm the most las tidious THOSE who subscribed to the fund to pay the expenses of Messrs Hubble Alverson and Embry who were Indict ed In the U S court and who have not paid In the money arc requested to do so not later than July 1 when the won ey will be turned over to the above gentlemen Notwithstanding the In dictments were quashed they Have had expenses amounting to 8200 which the democrats of Lincoln aside from the aboyo mentioned should pay E C Walton designated treasurer LITTLE of generalInterest has been done in circuit court since last report most of the business being equity The grand jury returned seven indictments Including one for assault and battery against Harve Watts who will doubt less plead a former conviction A judg went of 8300 against Thomas Dean on forfeiture of bond was entered The juries will return today when several cases are set for hearing WARM FOR BLACK Ashley Lll lard who has been traveling In a now ber of the mountain counties during the past few weeks says that bo finds nearly all of the democrats warm for Ron James D Black for governor and that both democrats and republicans agree that ho can reduce the republi can majority In the bloody 11th A Hardln county democrat told an 1 J reporter that his county could be counted on to give from 800 to 1000 ma jority In the event Ml Blck Is the nominee TilE band Is practicing for the 4th of July celebrxUon FIRE t ORtS of ull nds 4tb of July at Dexter BALLOUS An Infant of John Galces who live on J W Baughmans farm died Friday COSBY John M LoaDs ydunges aan fell from a tree and broke his arm M Lancaster yesterday DosT attend he4th of July meeting at the courthouse tomorrow Wednesday night Important bust neaa HIGGINS MCKINNEY want the stepladder monkey wrench screv drlyer hatchet hammer and saw joi borrowed DOLLARS to doughnuts we beat any prices made this week on mens wow ens and childrens lOR shoes Justtr us and see JPJones Tile saloons at Harrodsburg closes yesterday and the proprietors will asi the city council to pay them back won ey they gave up for license A recen appellate court decision declared the local option election there null and void umor1an Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Faro better than tier Fishing season in full blast Daily barks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further partic ulars J B OWENS Vox Iarker Lake Ky The GreenStore HUSTONUILLe New Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They wore all bought before recent ad vances and consequently the prices an lower than other stocks bought slnci my new line of Ho goodsClothing Low Cut Shoes an Straw Hats JAMES FRYE f CULTIVATORS fir We sell the I Moline Brown New De parture Cultivators Also OnoHorse Flve Tooth Cultivators If you need a Cultivator see us Ott Higgins McKinney EOYSTBuy Clothing Furnishing And Shoes Of us and your girl will like you better VVe can Dress Yo ieely And Stylishly because we have the best goods See our New Suits Hats and Patent Leather Shoes IWCLARYI t ANOTHER RUSHING SHOEWEEK ofLowLadles and Gents Low Cut Shoes know that this is no catch advertisement but a rare chance to secure some of the best shoes manufactured with ALL PROFITS OFF r i We will include In this sale the remainder of our Ladies and Gents Low Shoes so here is the line for one we- ekMisses and Childrens Low Shoesr Ladies Low Shoess Gents Low Shoes This will be our last sale on Shoes Remember each week we oBr a line of goon less than cost Should any one question this we earnestly invite their Inspection of our goods and prices JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad f J lW ttj1N I Replenished I- h I Is our stock of Summer Wears for Ladies IINew Wash Goods c Besides our stock of staple goods is very com l pleto We have excellent assortments of i SHADES AND CURTAINS i J332JiJK fact you can find Oj 1 ALMOST ANYTHING i 1 In Ladies wear SEVERANCE atIof Opi oalte Court House i i PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books IStationery X Paints f And Oils C Telephone No2 Stanford 1O y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Snltred n the pot atffu at Stanford at tteondctau matter ydFzt lave rv4rUiVAI 81 PER YEAR CASH id 200 will b ensued 4M WileD not Mp KNOXVILLE DIVISION- 2lthingotUENOttb 1161am 241 a m t 233u u South 1236Am 23u 1162 P m For slllPolnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Nit 2J ArrrlTeaatSuntordat 1CS if No 21 uTM Stanford at 210 No21 Andre at llowland at 1200 VAT 022 Leaves Stanford at 280 r x QUEEN a CRESCENT Trains going South pan Junction City Nn I mi notuepNO3116OPK So8 1122 AM No IoS r Going South No 21 doeont atop No4 349 No6 125 p 010 FRANKFORT All CINCINNATI leare Frankfort at 650 340 p andlrrrconaectingat Gwrjretown with the Q O Returning learn Parla at 930 AM and 540 p if reaching Frankfurt titer connecting with Q AC trains at 1120 M710P Manil915 r Tffa Utter train leaves for Georgetown 1716AXJ R NEWTON SOUTHERN RfllUflY IN KENTUCKY Cefinid Sftktdal ra slam Miy to 1100 usTBOUiru No L No N 3-l IxwlSTlllo 745am loIpm Ar elOam rpm totem Ar Lareoeebe 950am 19pm USp- Ar Versailles laitom t 7pm laojp Ar Lexington laiiam 715pm lea pm wx9TIOWD Qt 02 haIv Mzinctuo 7auam 455pm UAUI Ar Versailles bam cepm tam Ar Lareneebg 8a am B3opm rrsam- r SbMbjTllle ftioam 415pm t30nm i Ar IxmiiTlllo ia 0am 740pm ttOam xASTBonna WESTBOUND KO 131170 111 iL AOOpm 7 amfLT e2pm laOfHra LvaTAlIOlLINol1N loam In 7sepmliaB6 mlAr EASTBOUND WMTEOUKa t mtNoGtOOpm EASTBOPaU WISTOOUMD lltNo 61 STATIOHS HNoeLtKa 2 7ttam 400pm LY Lxjulsrtl A lC4Uam 740pm taatem dOpm LY Verallen Ar slam Mtpm llOSam TSSpm Ar NIchlTlll Ar dWaml 4opmT llWpn 83ipm Ar lUcbmnd Lv ttoaml31opmlU5pm Ar Irvine Lv STATIONS Na LNo Ly Lou av11Ie 7is m 74bpm lo451mllo3upmArl r j 425amIArAr MMron ItMam pm Ar JacksonTllle 830am loOOpm Chattanooga 6 IOpm t4am Ar UlnnlnRham ILSam Ar Meridian jaiaml tlWm Ar New Orleans csoma Xa X through sleeping car Louisville to Blr BlBfiliam via Lexington and Cbattanooro No tee vbserva lou cbalr car LuuUvllli tolexlncta No 4 free observation chair ear Lexington toulaville No eleeping car Birmingham to Loulavlllr via Lexington All trains between LouUvllle Lexington end BurcSn dally Dttween Versailles and Georgetown Nos and daily Nos67ana68daIIrexceptSundaj Between Vemallles NIcbolasville Riche Bond and Irvine dally except Sunday 1Dally except Sunday Other trains dully FSQAKRON 3d VPaOM J M COLPT M Washington D C Washington DC WATCRKGPA WIIUTATLOKAGPA Washington O a Loulayllla lin Half Rates to- Cincinnati July 10 1112 vliKoute from all point South to Cincinnati ind return ono fart Ion be round trip on bed unnamed Tbe reduced rates are on account of an anal conrentlun i B Y P U f f America Tbn return llmlU are liberal Write lor further particular Ite sure your ticket r ad orer tbe Queen i Cm If wet lluute It Is 109 miles ibortrr than any other theIKrrlteli famous with trarrltrm nr ftrln as the most perfnt In the South Hlnnnon I A Cincinnati Mlltbell D1 A Chat inooga wllll j glad to send you free printed matter or 1 ilbrrluorniatlon Lu r 1 BETWEEN LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE TO California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two train daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers FI1f IIACOX D1 A arWCc r4Il nrrt JiTKrle J n IJU jJ I d GO OUT OF TOWN DEWEY DAY nrcldenti of Chlonajo Who PadAnniversary of the 31aaUaI Battle Flaring Golf There were some people in Chicago on Dewey day as the appearance oi the streets and buildings testified but there were others as well who were not in Chicago but who bled themselves away on an early train to the nearest golf ground and spent the holiday propelling the little round gutta percha implement across green fields and pastures new says the Chronicle The lull of tho country was particularly gratifying when cone trasted with the jar and bustle and excitement of the celebration tn town and while1 the country idler wonted to cheer for Dewey he wanted still more to enjoy the delights of a holl day close to natures heart when spring Is in the all So he gave a little cheer for Dewey j every time ho drove a ball and he challenged his opponent to come on Immorltolbattle of Manila in his heart and left the sweet seclusion of streets for hu fellow residents with the tastes of the townFor the Joys of n pageant and the- music of a band and the amusing hur lesque of the bandmaster and the gilt ter and clash of the army and the navy and even the sight of the hero of the nation himself nre weighed In the scales with a game of golf and the balance is found woefully want ing MAN WITH THE DRUM lilt la the Jtnst XftfurJ and Im portent Perannnsre In n Street Peucealon The man with the drum Is a very Im portant individual these days of street processions lIe keeps things moving and men from lagging behind quick step time and Is altogether a thoroughly indispensable person In a parade The bnnd only plays at intervals but the drum beats steadily on says the Chicago Chronicle Victory In battle is often due to the man with the drum buthe sounds the summons to march on and the inspira tion of the tap fires the spirit and Inflames the soul and sets the heyday in theblood rioUng hotly with no thought or power to attend the decision of the judgmentThe with the drums at the Audi torium is always the most interesting character in the ensemble of the or chestra ugh In the center he stands among his fellows and his arms fly this way and that among the kettledrums and his flexible wrists nnd fingers are in perpetual motion keeping the pad tied drumsticks going In some parts of the Wagner music he wouldsound I the alarm of his beat with a savage sate isfaction and in rorsplcl to the Melnter derfailedjoyment to the generally impassive countenance of the leader of the orchestra AKHMZ at the Sarnnac The whole Surnnnc community wni on the qul vke says W J Stlllma in Atlantic not to see Emerson 01 Lowellof whom they knew nothing but Agassiz who had become famous in the commonplace world through having refused not long before an offer from the emperor of the French of the keepershlp of the Jardin deK Plnntes and n senntvrshlp if he would come to Paris and live Such an in credible and disinterested love for America and science in our heal phere had lifted Agasslz into an ele ration of popularity which was beyond all scientific or political dignity and the selectmen of the town appointed a deputation to welcome him and his friends to the region A re ception was accorded and they came having taken care to provide themselves with an engraved portrait of the scientist to guard against 1 personation and waste of their respects The head of tle deputation after having carefully compared Agas graTelyIsame gravity to ehnlte hands in their larder Ignoring all the other lumin Mnmlnir the Prince of Wale About years ago there vrns a king Icl EnglandEdward Iwho subdued conquerItheir good will and so when it happened that his first baby prince win born in Carnarvon In Wales he had a bright Idea He announced that hli boy was a native of Walesone who could speak Welsh just as well as any other tongue this was true th baby was but a few weeks old nnd he should therefore be the peoples own prince Edward prince of Wnles says Forward Twentythree years after this baby became king of England and about SO years later his grandson but resigned to him as the third prince of Wales the crest and motto which ha been borne by all the English kings sons who have since that day had the title The crest is three ostrich feath ere and the motto is the sentence Ic- 1dlenI serve It was given to Black Prince a boy of great promise who fought bravely at the battle of Crecy IneftI Eatnte and 3Ila lonnrle Speaking of shooting Filipinos for missionary purposes said the cynical commercial traveler it reminds me of what a native Hawaiian once sold to me The missionary came here nnd told us to look up to the sky where Cod was So we looked up and white we were looking they stole our mat lout from under our feet When the Kanaka looked down again the land gone ILUI fill I sprained my loft hip wilt e some heavy boxee The doctor I celled on slid at first it was n elili train nut would won be well but ilt grew worse and the doctor then said I had rheumatism It continued to grow worse and I could hardly get around to work I went to a drug More and the druggist ecommcndsd me to try Chamberliin Pain Halm I tried it and onehalf of n rocent bottle cured roe entire h recommend It to nil my tjenllslo byCraJc AppreciatedI you ask playingIServant YCJS mum and she said the baby liked it and the was much obliged to you ter playln much Miss ThnmppUnrdle Did the really Servant Yes mum She rinldlt saved her th trouble of poundln on a tin panN Y Weekly the had Her DonbH Its funny our minister never mar sled remarked the young husband who had jiis refused his wife a bon net in his endeavor to change the subject I think hed make n good husbandWell replied the wife warmly he didnt seem to make a very good lone when he married 1IIYonkera- Statesman Oldest and Sweetest TJier aat alonehe toed the mat Oh George she said why dont you peak Why dont you talk Why dont you speak Instead of sitting mum and mekr choked a yawn What will suit you IlIe I suppose all topics newT shook her head George no slrreel- old old glory wll do for met Chicago Dally News WHEN CENTRAL GAVC UP Dotty llellot Hello Give me Heav en I want to say my prayers Scraps Cnrlo IMe of Scholarship At advanced education he toll with a will And the wondering neighbors draw near Moth Latin and Greek he can read wUh much skill In English his spelling Is queer 1Dut StarIBehind Mna Rack Pa said little Harry after ma hit her thumb with the hammer day she says she suffered untold toI ony for ten minutesiMy my my exclaimed tfie boys father Wondersll never cense Thats the firsttIme she ever let any thing go untold that long Chicago Times Herald Rural Cordiality I hope I see you well he said flu ently to the old farmer leaning on his hoe I hope you do was the unexpected answer but If you dont tee me well young man put on specs theyre a eyesights 1AStarter You say Mr Willing objects to my presence In the parlor when he calls ID1ughter1es mamma I wonder why iDaughlerIm sure I dont know unless he loves me for myself alone Chicago Dally Xews jIIInpains to deny the cant throw straight SheThat is noble of you my dear tieleg I have to remember with youIord The Old Mani float dont you think this bonnet will IDut dust asked the lady view In the milliners glass flats what It wtfs made for downyIInStatesman Ambition Oh dear said the poets wife I wish youd hurry up and become fa mous Why he asked Because there are several women in this block that Im just dying to snub Chicago TimesHerald Solved lIe shrewd Madeline how can you be so cold I entreat you pray to you and you do not believe me She rich Wlty of course I be lleve you Poverty teaches the neces slty of prayerV Y World The Only Safe Way Mr Sappy I hope Ill not get a fool for n wife She You better remain single Mr Sappy Harlem Life Crl1rsgShes such gossip Hears everything does she Oh no just the inventive kind you knowChlcago Paste Awakened I understand its all over between Jack and May Yes theyre married PhiladeJ phlo North American Judged from the Wire Dorothy whose new home Is lighted by electricity proudly Every bit of light we use is sent by telegraph Judge Secret of happiness Winks Your little wife is a veritable ray of sunshin- eMlpksindeed she is She believes everything I tell herX Y Weekly HOWS THIS We oBer Olio Hundred Dollars Reward for any tee o Catarrh that cannot lie cured by Halls fa larch CureF L CHENLY A ca Toledo 0 VftheUnilr lcne l hive known p J Cheney lor the last tellere him loPrleHh honorable In cllbusinee transactions and Bnancl sill able to carryon soy obligation in de bi tbelr atm WEST TuiAX Wholesale DnlgsthllToledo 0 WAICINCI KINIAXA j Chi ioltdo O Cure it taken latera ally tell e DuAtie tlII by all Druggists tttis 1amitr Villa athe taf- r u PREVENTED BY CUTICURA SOAP NFCleanse tho scalp anti hair with warm shampoos of Concnu BOAP rinsoVlth warm water dry carelully nUll apply scalp dressing of refresh the This slmplo of emollient skin eumt Intl robbed Intopurest hair ofcmtts scales andand ami Inexpensive treatment will clear the scalp Ing idmnbto tho hair follicles supply dandruff soothe IrrltllleJ mitt itching surfaces the roots with energy and nourishment and mako tho hair grow upon a tweet wholesome and healthy scalp when all else falls to CcTtcVA SoAP ueluatfCl1 for lulltltlnlf the skin tot ItOIPloroClalllntrbalrronoltenlond wbltenlnif r Jrouea handala the form of baiht for PfnplraUon In the leas of wathe for olccraUra annoying for all the plilpulel of the tol1t neatweltntn Ct7tmanytA SoAP co bins InnQiI1 poor at Oas 1111 via t3 CasTs the till nd nllnery and complulon soap and the BUT toilet and baby soap In the world TRCITILY sea gear Ilraot rlllts IIUI Cot lotIq- or LltlaxLL UP UTlUtL In rroarttte Cruse 1Ir atrou lnIPu 9OAPIDS trrcvaa It ltirt t unGAIDCCatniCu rMMTtmi llvt lfatoQ5451WrhewtO VeCrapUtumut weld JdA ALLENCO Contractors Arid Builders STANFORD UY Isva n o4rFindIntlb Pua t t mklImaL1 on any k red of work wanted Office oppoefte Tlr l 4 Sunday JUNE 1900 SUN NON 1IIE WEDIHU SAT 12 3456789EHLOLQI i B4Ii5iI I 17 IS 19 20j 245I26I27f 9 E illlUilr 1 iatE TUCK QPAIGK or IOe1aW nthe IIOI people TsGoebely or Contest w J Illustrated a trw on ii i I I 0 I JUST PUBLISHED I 1 of tilt gmltst UI11ARRACiUG of the century nations eyes were and art yet turntdwsssas l111E1U10ncs r w KCIIAEFKK WILiaAJIH 5 5 Ono Large Octavo Volume Over 100 Illuttmtloni Cloths Uztra 9 1r7i- e By Malt Postage paid on Receipt of t Price This work Is the production of three LouUvllle newspaper men who have well performed their labor In an un biased manner giving a full vivid and truthful account of t e mo- remarkable campaign that over took place In this country With a free pen and a vast fund of Incident and record the authors have II mot taeclnotln volume qt- S history and at the same time a reliable handbook of facts that will be used as n book of reference for years to come S rirstClaia AcenU Wanted For Unoccupied Territory Addrei THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY PUBLISHERS j Kos 81 33 cud 85 East Fourth Street Cinclurintl Ohio S e o ooce1 i iu11 COI5 tyIE tC rv v 16 train every wcilc4r FM TO INDIANAPOLIS i Four Fast Trains TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA 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