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H5DMIWDDKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 22 1900 9 A M i4 O3 f I MATRIMONIAL MATTERS John Gripes BRed 17 and Miss LulB 5 Southorlunt 13 wore married at Davc onport Ind Mr Allen DUhoo 25 and Mlp8 Saul McGuffy 20 were married at Wm Me Guffys on the 2dIRaleigh Clark aged 21 Rod MI1I8I Eulah Ladd 13 were married at KutI taws Tho groom had Just served BC sentence In thu county jail SNEKDLOCUN Klchland Homo wai brilliantly Illuminated and decoraI t ted Wednesday evening when at 8 Oclock Miss Elizabeth Woods dBulhI tarot Dr and Mre P W Logan wall united In marriage to Mr Wm I1enrvI Snced of KnoxvlHo The decoration wero In green and white and tho was carried out in many ways ThnI bridal party entered tbo parlors to Lohengrins wedding march performed by Mrs Ben S Boyd n sister of tbo bride from Knoxvlllo They wore preceded byllttli Mines Sarah and Lucy Honker who carried tho ribbons andI scattered daisies along tholr pathway Miss Mary Logan was maid of honor and Mr John Sneed belt man und the attendants W H Shanks and 1I1I Fannie Shanks W S Embry and MUi Dolllo MoUoborts and Thomas III Shanks and Mtis Llda Sneed Rev Cooley of the Danvlllo Episcopal church performed the beautiful cere moay characteristic of his church which Included tbo wedding rltg Dur leg Us performance Mrs Boyd softly played the Flower Song and when It was concluded congratulations woreI F ibowerod upon the happy couple Af forward an elegant upper eupurbly served added to the enjoyment of the evening Tho brldo WM very lovely ID white and carried brldoe rotes She U a charming young womnn and tbo man who has won her will huvo a lander and true helpmeet Ho Is said to bo an un usally tine business man tho ton of Circuit Judge Sneed and stands very high In social and commercial circles In Knoxvlllo After a weeks slay at Crab Orchard Spring Mr and Mrs Sn ed will be at home at 1813 MoCam mon Avenue Knoxvllle after July The wedding was elegant In all lie ap p lntmonts nod the young couple start rtfe under tho most favorable auspices That their fondest hopes may be real land and their lives be an unbroken r honeymoon many friends untie lp wishing Among the many relative was Mrs Judge Sneod who had cono toeu the consummation of her t onI I fondest hopes WAYNBSBUKC t The rain of Inn Friday was tbo heav lest that has fallen hero for a long timeThe census enumerator Mr Walls visited Waynesburg this week Mr H H Singleton has received by rail during the peat week over 13000 feet of logs to he cut at bis new mill MrI William Padgett an aired citizen 01I this section died on tho 16th Rev W II Davidson preached at the ttaptut churoh Tuesday night W B OtUnnon Is visiting at Mrs FI 3 Coachs who has been seek for a wblleIOn lust Sunday morning Miss Hrlllle aged 18 the very Intelligent and beautiful dauirnter of Mr and Mrs W D Johnson was called from her hnmeand her many friends She had boon sick for some tlmu On Monday a large crowd gathered nt th Haptlit ehurpn where Rev W R Davidson conducted funeral services over her remains AN tor appropi late servfeus a lung funeral train nmrohod to Olive church whore eho was laid to root tier friends will rotes her much but It will be n eonso latlon to them to know that she had lived n amiable Christian life and is now beyond the reach of all painL O MIDDLEBURG The farmers are all busy cutting whoat this welt The ohUdrons day services nt tho M It ohuruh vms quite a success and was attends by a largo crowd J T Short has uhurgo of the hack lOll new Hu bus the mull contract for tbe next four yours from MoKlnnoy to Diiniivlllu John Paul left his garden gate open the other day nnd Uncle Iko Cowon got In and destroyed most of tho larger weeds before he could be gotten out The children of tho Ituptlst Sunday school are milting considerable prepa rations for tholr plcniu Tnursday and everybody Is anticipating a nice Limo Miss Gillette of Indianapolis Is vis i Itlng her brother F E Gillette Tom Jasper of Texas wa visiting relatives hero this week George Jetor was the recipient of a specimen of nand carv ing from the Philippines lust week tho specimen was over a hundred earil old was of mahogany and had Been well preserved Usv George Green bait been suiTering with a very severe attack of oholcru morbus but Is improv- Ing Tho April term of tho court of up peals has closed Its session During the term about 300 cases have been disposed of making a total of about 050 cases for the first six months of the year Tbo sessions of the court will not bo resumed until Sept 17 Lff a MY VERNON now hue telephonic connectionJYour report taken from somo other paper that Babe Owens wee killed at Pine Hill Is an error Ho was wounded Is on the road to recovery Job Pitman tbe man who shut him was have been tried hero Monday but tho was continued on account of ab sent witnesses James Houston who lost his life In C it O bridge disaster Tuesday was n citizen of this county and llvei Pine lull with his hither Ha hud boon engaged with tbo bridge gang forI many years and was un upright roan burial took place at Pine 11111I Wednesday afternoon Tho Masonli fraternity of wblch ho had been a member but a few weeks had charge of the luneralIGeorge Mulllns ono of tho victims of tho brlUgo disaster near Lebanon wan nttllvn of this county and lived ono West of this place Ho was r stonemason and bad worked for the railroad company at different times lorI several years past His remains were at Freedom church five mile Southwest of this placo Thursday He leaves a wife and children Miss Ida May Adams has been visit leg friends at Wlldlp Miss Zula Jones of Mlddlcsboro is visiting her grand mrenis at this place Ilev Janice Walton was here first of tho week He will return and preach hero Saturday night and Sunday A protracted meet began at Presbytcrlau church Thursday night U G Baker and George Johnson will open a store at Wlldlo Mrs E A Ewers was visiting Livingston Waller Uowcrsof Parks vllle Is visiting the brother Will at Wltdle Carrlo Arnold was shot and Instantly killed by Oscar McPbcrson Wednesday afternoon at Tunnel Xo S a shady ro tort just this stdo of Livingston Particulars can not bo learned After the booting loPb ron who was said to bo drinking went to Livingston got bed and wont to sloop When Deputy abortll Tutu arrived there he could not bo found McPherson has been work ing In tho Livingston yards for about two years Hu U a brother of Conductor and Fireman McPherson whobavo lean on this road many years HUBBLEI Carman ft Monufeo huvu sent their nglno to Lexington chops for repairs John RtulI ttmo will expire as mall carrier on Ibis line July let and be will quit the road Wheat Is about all harvested in good irder and Is better than was expected leforo cutting Don Dunne wife of color fainted nd fell In tbo tire a few days ago andI was badly burnedIS Dunbar sold his family mare for SO George Wood Is buying tome butcher slut at 31 to 3c- Ncwa bearing the resent death of Ire Wm Watson of Kansas former y of ibis place came to hand a few lays since She was n consumptive and loft here last fall Mrs J S Minor of Louisville Is lilting her son E T Minor Mrs John Gardner of Mheourl Is visiting elallves here Mrs Jennie Bright of illddlcsboro it visiting relatives here Miss Harriet daughter of Mr James Cox and Mr John Peace of near reaohursvllle were married Wednos ay and spent the night at her fathers near here after which they wont to his borne All join 10 wishing them a hap JlY luuretMonticello Wayne County G D Combs closed his meeting at till Springs with 14 conversions Zit embers enlisted and tbo prospects oft 1 working church Ho will go IromI thore to StQUbonvtllu Circuit court convened Monday with a very small crowd In attendance as mOit of the farmers were busy cutting wboat There wore 60 chancery 20 common law seven criminal pro ccu tlon and 70 misdemeanor cases on the docket Judge Morrow presided and rllh his usual assiduity disposed of a oodly number of eases without parleI CuI Troxell was eouiunced to the pen enilary two years for forgery CiaI lottoy was lined 100 for selling whin- yk W J Simpson was lso lined 9100 for selling liquor There wero six ndlclments against John Smith for elllng liquor Messrs Wadiell and llbson of Somerset spent several dae here this week NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Tbo News says the census enumera rs Uguro that Danville has 4700 In abitunts The Wayne County Record take six dne to make the trip from Montlcullo hero but It Isnt a slow paper At Richmond four young men started to paint the town They got Into troub lu with me olllcers and one of them Vice Crews was shot and seriously ijured by Deputy Herndon Dudley Tho country people are so wrought up over tho removal of the bitching potlon the public square at Harrods burg that they threaten to boycott the town and hate the county scat removed Klngsyillel Lincoln county W L McCarty and wife Edmun Murphy and wife aod Tosco Waters at tended the county meeting at TurnerllI vlllo During the thunder storm lat wool Dr Thompson house was struck by lightning slightly Impairing lhachia fey Tho family felt the shock but there was no serious damage Rumors arc rife of many weddings to occur In this vicinity within tho noxt three months There are no curds out formally announcing engagement hence wo will not disclose names Out laterYour correspondent endeavors to bo authentic In every particular In reporting to the INTKHIOIC JOURNAL bnt not being Infallible mistakes will sometimes occur one of which was th statement In our last letter that John Young of Highland was to becom the partner of Mr Goshorn of Indiana In the saw mill business whereas it should have been John Cook Mrs Mary Brewer Is at homo Iron Danvlllo visiting friends and relatives preparatory to going on an extends visit to Kansas City Miss Kaihcrlni Wells a pretty charming and prtlti young lady of Junction City Is the gucstof tbo Misses Johnson Edward Dunn a merchant of Wllllainstown his wife and three little daughters an here on a visit to the family of Mr Dunn Miss Clara Dunn and brother Clarence hava returned homo from a months visit to Grunt county Mrs Stella Graves of Cincinnati has returned home after a few days pleasantly spent with relatives here horn to the wife of Ed Murphy Jr a fine girl LETTER FROM STEPHEN VAN DERPOOLG- ROKSDKCK TEXAS June UIdndy- our valuable paper Indispensable forC old homo news In far away Texas so enclosed you will find subscription forI another year- I want to commend you for the piLrLC you took In the Goebel trouble Wof had tbo details In the Dallas News and uthor Texas paper but to road yourC enthusiastic accounts was like being there almost We are pleased with our adopted home If wa could but get acclimated wo would not have chills but It hut boon such n rainy season so far It bat caused a great deal of malaria We had a lute spring but have been having such vegetables as beans peas cabbage beets and cucumbers for a month tad peaches apprlcols plums andI blackberries have stocked the market corn Is silking oats being harvested otton looking One Everything gives promUa of an abundant harvest elpeI jlally of democrats they are all being fleeted to otllce We have just had an nieresllng primary and that ends the trouble for the republicans donot putout a man and the pops had almost as well notILong live the INTERIOR JOURNAL ind hurrah for BryanSVANDEiLIOoL l NTS CJJlNNO QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Reduced rotes via Queen L Crescent louie for the following occasions Low rates to Cincinnati from Junction City and points North next Sun layNational democratic convention Low rate from all points South via Queen t Crescent Route and canceling lines via Cincinnati or via Louisville toKen su City Tickets on sale July let and dgood returning July Oth One tare ound trip Free reclining obalrs Ob ervailon and cafe ears Tnrough ullmun sluupers to Cinolnnatl arid oulsvlllo 13r P U Convention Cincinnati 0 July 1210 8 Louisville to Chicago and return Low rates offered by the Motion Route ickots will bo sold by the Monon louta from Louisville to Chicago and aura at a rate of 8 on Juno 20 und27 tearing return limit of July 4th account of the National prohibition con entlon Sleeping car reservations male and full Information furnished on ppllcutlon to E H Bacon District ussenger Agent Monoa Route Lou ivllle Ky PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Tlmtl Infotmitlon given Mri Urorge Long of ew StraltBvlllf Ohio dreadful lugs d anti MTttl two Ihes A frightful cough bait ugkfithrrkwikeTcr night She had tried any but XeadHjr grew one until urgtJ Wiry Dr hlnjt New takeover lne bottle wholly her and lUe write lhia- arveloaamdlcinealsocured Mr Long of nrllaUack e of riitumonla such cure are 11 re proof of the matchlru merit of this graud tuedy for curlog all throat cheat and crUll Iolu llnly SCcaudfl E err bottle guarauUed ilal battle free at 1cunya Drug Store WANTED VVo want a tow more good agents of either sex to take or dorll good wages permanent poslllon xcluslve territory Address Box 1IJ4 aovllle KyeYOLUAHIC ERUPTIONS Are graod but Skin Eruptlcm rob lire of Joy luckltui Arnica Salve cure them alto Old Uun nlnll and Fey Sores Ulcer llollt Feloni Corns Van Cut HrulKf linens ScaM Ohapa Ilie cure on erth rlreloullalniaDdAcbM Only aoalwx Cure uarantevd Sold br Drugglit a ot 0 II It h MORELANDa Wm butt Is in from bis Casey couc ty saw mill to look after the harvestln of his crop of wheat Hum Illce tho recent convert of Ilev Conway Is holding a revival meetI lug at Moores SchoolbouseIFarmers around here are very much damaged by tbe ravages of tbe fly In their wheat The destruction bus been enormous John Braxdalc who has been at tho point of death for some time Is 10100I what Improved now and the cbancesI are that he will recover Joe Spears of Nlohulasvllle is visit- Ing friends bere Hli father J JISpears Is giving his farmhouse nearI huro u much needed contof paint Tde strawberry season Just passei has been one of profit to the man growers around hero The land aroun here is peculiarly adapted to their cuII tabs The high class of work turned oil b tho few mechanics that make tbelrI home near hero Is evidenced by repeated calls from our neighboring town for carpenters and J K Helm has been in Doyle countyI the past week stripping blue Jra81I seed He reports the crop as ar average one but the continued ralnlI will very much retard Its harve Pruitt Bros now have tho advantajteJ of a regular graduate in as the Junior partner M E Pruitt halt just returned from Louisville where heI hUB been taking a course bringing him his sheepskin Pbll Sullerfleld who has been under the Instructions of B P SbewmakerI In the railroad office here given the olllco at Brannon on the North end of the road M S MatI thews Is now stationed at Woynesburg The majority of the leading demo crate in this locality are In favor oft Black as the standard bearer of democ racy In the coming campaign with a very warm feeling for James B Me J Creary n case ho can be Induced to enter tho raco You may tell W B Hill of Mt Salt tbat one of hie old neighbors S Helm had a cow that gave eight gallons of milk at one milking after a call with a voracious appetite had beIcome satiated and be has proof by three witnesses Wo would all like to seeI the scale ticket on the ftp pound rattler Over 300 Invitations wero iscucd one day last week to the marriage of MrI Wm Sneed of Knoxvllle Tenn to Mss Lizzie Logan second daughter of Dr and Mrs P W Logan We wish the happy pair many happy years of married bliss in advance and hopeI that it may be all like the glorious month of June all flowers and aboun Llful harvest- We commend the ladles of the W C T U for their efforts of reform butI when wo consider tbo masculine limb it the prohibition element here the ihlng Is disgusting Nine slut of 10 of these are preaching prohibition and rating the republican ticket Another svll in this Immediate vicinity Is the wle and use of morphine and we yen sure tbe assertion tbat there are more morphine lends to the square Inch here tban In any part of the State Fake our advice and turn a little more mention to this branch of reform Sunday afternoon Rastus was on Parade in tbe exercises of the U 11 F LaOlesof the Mysterious Tent aud Juvenile Society all colored organiza ions bere After a lengthy parade they repaired to the colored Christian jbnrch where all societies gathered to hear the annual society sermon which was delivered by Uevf Scholl Woods jf Boyle county The sermon was iharactcrisllo of the race and replete with Negro humor and exortutlons fur reform mingled with lodge ordl lunces and was very much eujoyed by suite a crowd of white listeners We heard a pretty good description of Little Brliian the other day by a roung man who had given up a pretty raying job down there and came In homo disgusted with the town and the ntmbltiintti thereof When asked to rlvo his reasons be remarked that tbe population consisted of dummies dudes und Negroes and that tbo dummies wouldnt speak to you the dudes vouldnt speak to you and the Negroes ho bad no desire lo speak to and being oclally Inclined was very much dU usled with his brief sojourn In the sty of Danville Uncle Jesse Curter seems to think hat Hustonvllle No1 should have been entitled to a representative at tho last democratic convention While she did not come to the front with her us ual democratic quota the fact Is overlooked 1y the cureless observer that thl8 district contains more Negroes and flouting white voters than nearly any precinct In tbo county and the di talon and squabbling of all tbe leads was the sole cause of It all Nev ertheless the general result compared verv favorably with No 2 and 3 with iVerythlng considered FSTORY SLAVE To ba hound band suit foot for year by the lialniof disease Ii the wont torn of tlarery eorgeO WHIUmi of Mancbtttcr Mich Irll bow such a dare was made free lie says My ire bat been to hrl lrn for lIe years that she Quilt uot turn over In Iwd alone Alter uilng two ottlnof KlKtrle lllttrn ibe Is wonderfully Ito mend and ala to do her own wcrk1 This so fur trinale diseaea quickly curs lIuolllOIIItIlcoloeu1mtlanchol Tilt lacbe ndnt- working OIrdlcln a and to weak dekl rllu down ch Every tottlagnranteed Only Oc Sold by lennT1ruull LANCASTER Dont forget the base ball by tbe bloomer girls on Tueday 20 and Solie d Grays circus on Wednesday 27 Raymond Haeldcn has patented a cistern titter which Is the most porfect device on the market and Is 8elllng rapidlyLawson k Fox sold 280 lamb to Richmond parties They were the top of the market and brought top figun I understand Clay Gill a wellknown colored mat 50dropped dead In tbe harvest field James Naves supposed to be tbe result of eun stroke J 1 Hamilton otters to bet S10 tbnt the democratic nominee will be cleat governor and 10 that he will bo asba slnated by the republicans Mrs O H Irvine of Louisville Ie with her uncle E W Harris Mlu Lena Johnson of Ellzabethlown is the guest of Miss Florence Harris The numerous friends of Mr Blac this section are delighted to hear of the encouragement with which he meeting and we are all of tbe opinion that be Is the man to unite party un polllln old time majority Mrs John S Haughmun entertain from 4 to 0 this Thursday ufteroooi her beautiful country home Dear Hlatuvllle guests to meet Mesdaraei P Friable and G A McRoberts Lunch will be served and a pleusan Is expected Rev T S Bush tells me that repub are so scarce In some parts of Texas that democrats have to take charge of the poaiofficas and other Fed rul olllces Tbat Is certainly a baop and It Is no wonder that Its popu atton is Increasing to rapidly Mr J V Cook Is Improving ome In health Mr J M Duncan has return ed from Rock Castle Springs but he bos no big fish story the river belnl high Hodldnt wet a line but corks were wet as usual Miss Mars Sandifer who has been visiting Mrs M Logan has pone to Louisville tl visit relatives The farmers are all busy barvesilnj abundant crop of wheat and cultivating their corn crops Our tows looks like a deserted village a cast saving been passed in tbo police court until men enough come to town to coubtltute u jury With this state if affairs the public will be favored with a short teller this time There Is something In a name after Consider tbe great men who bave worn and who now wear the tame Wit liam There Is McKinley Harrison Walton Welcn Goebel and above all Bryan I can only think of two truly Treat men called Thomas They are Jefferson and Hill James was worn jy a king and is worn by Aloirn fobn David and Peter were great ble names but they have been greatly bused as you will discover If you think of some who wear them The same is true of Mathew and others J I Hamilton will ohlp a load of torsos to Memphis next week City Attorney W I Williams will go to Jampbellsvllle Tuesday to visit rela Ives Mr R L Davidson Is the roungest man who has been appointed row this section as an alternate to a National convention be being only 23 years old Misses Altle and Bessie tlarksbury entertained u few friends Monday evening to meet visitors Mr 3 W Bauon has returned from Mich gan where be completed the course In the law school Mr John L Hays at home again much Improved In lealth Low rates West Railroad bargain lays via the Monon route Tickets will be sold by the Monon route from Lou svllle Ky to points In Arizona Brit Ilih Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne iruska Now Mexico North Dakota regon South Dakota Utah Wasb ngton Northern Wisconsin and Vy fining at one firstclass fare plus 2 for the roundtrip on June 10th July 3 17 lug 7 21 Sept 116 Oct 2 JO Nov 6 20 and Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour l sis will bo furnished with schedule and further Information by addressing 3 H Bacon District Passenger Agent ilonon Route Louisville Ky THEeffroniery and Illlllof republican stump speakers would bis amusing but lor their enormity and absurdity on ccasion Wolcoit apotheosizes the g o p lo lit clean and spotless record enounces and damns tbo Indiana bleves his party quartered on Cuba Uclalmlng any party responslllty for hose officials Indulging tbe most prom sent of republican characteristics and at very moment of his demagogical ut trance the republican party In Its rational convention presided over by thlil stump speaker U shielding from rrest and boasting aa a martyr a tugl lye aecassln Ye pods wbatdeptbf of depravity has the party of looters link that it denounces its thieves and fields its assassins for political ends B BISJIARKS IRon AERIE VaitherenuUofhU splendid health Icdoml lalote will aud treinendoui energy are not found here titomacb Urcr bowed Mr- tout order If you want three ualllle and Die iccein they bring UM Pr Klnga New Ute Pills Tbrr p of brain and body ytlo1enrrlily 25c Drug StoreT Mrs Beverldge wlfoof United States enator Albert J Bovrrldgo of Ind IIna died In a sanitarium at Dansvlllu NY v I r r I WE DONT WANTT- oMove Them Back So we odcr any Fancy Suit In our House at a Reduction of 20 per cent until Wb get beck In our Store You will find ue in the Hotel Office next door to the Old Stand- I Clothing Hat Furnishings Sho s IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman Co 7y iwLL PJPERF- or 4 Cents I In my Store reedy to hang I have 30001 rolls of newest patterns of Wan Papa prices 4c 5c Cc 7c and 8c roll on up to tho finest ma- deWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see the paper matched up just as it will look on tbo will and got itat once heaper titan any book house can sell It A large stock of faints and Ialnter Sup plies on hand and Pictures framed on short notice in latest styles A E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo 306 Main iroHt Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason ableal 1 io Craig Hooker Stanford A C SNECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and f guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attested by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Dressediany gNgtiqOlNNqliit0CqWe w ole Agency for the Marquart ange A R Inge with the hlghgreiiMahe Ueo H Karrzs Con PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery Paints f And Oils lifl Telephone No2 Stanford Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL LSTANFORD KY JMB 22 1900 a w p WALTON Tor Congress HON G G GILBERT Of Shelby County IN the course of a thoughtful article on the political situation and a plea for harmony the Elopklnsvllle Kentuctt lap kindly nod courteously asks Goy r Beckhani lb step aside and let a stronger man re nominated for governor The bolting democrats will not bormon izo on him and the general demand U The republicans willfor a now leader take a new man and the democrats will too If they are wise In their day and generation Gov Beckbam Is yountr and can wait The paper then pays high tributes to the three other guber natorial aspirants and while Itdoes notI gay eo In so many words It Is plain to i see that its preference la for lion Jos D Black whom It describes as a lawyer of the highest ability a speaker of great eloquence and power a leader of intrepid courage a genial and alUable gentleman who would make an Idea candidate and reunite the democratic I party Those who know him best say his nomination would be worth 3000 r votes to lhajudlclal candidate In the astern district and Insure the ale c tlon of a democratic judge of the court of appeals It would redeem the Ot and make sure the 10th Congressional f district It would give the democratic i party a leader for whom even many the mountain republicans would rot for Eastern Kentucky has never had f candidate for governor The article coming as it toes from a member of the State committee Is decidedly tig nlflcant and ehows that the sentiment of that end of the State like this is against nominating Gov Beckbam this time TUB Louisville Commercial wants John W Yerkes to prosecute John S Rhea for referring to him In his con Ventlon speech as the cleanest and ablest of the republican assassins In Kentucky Of course Mr Yerkes will not take such advice but Mr Rhea ought to call the Ohio Importation to taw for speaking of him as avapid black Is no man In Kentucky who knows Mr Yerkes who would for a moment think that he wou H himself resort to the cowardly and de Utah means of murder for he Is as mild a mannered man as ever cut a throat scuttled a ship but he keeps bad company and by so doing apparently sym pathlzes with those who are charged r with the diabolical crime By endors Ing Taylor and his acts the republican party hat put itself on record as ap proving government by assassination and Mr Yerkes will have to bear the burden and the odium attached to it As clean a man as ho appears personal ly to bclt will be too much for him to carry and he will be beaten and beaten badly as he deserves to be Gov BKCKHAM has Issued an address to the democrats of Kentucky announc ing his candidacy for govenor to which heudll inouchtful and gener QUa consideration The duties of his office are too great and pressing for him to make a canvass and he relies on his record to help him through prom ising nominated to devote his every effort to give the State a clean and economical government We i think Gov Beckham makes u mistake by complicating the situation with bis Bandldaoy He has acquitted himself Bobly under trying circumstances andI the people think well of him but we believe that a majority id of the opin ion that ho Is not the strongest man IN order to draw attention to himself nd get a slice of the applause which as so liberally bestowed to any und verybody at tho Philadelphia conven ion Aaaasaln Taylor got the attention br the chair and when he though j ivepybody bad taken in his gaunt form nd hog jaw face bo simply said I cond the motion Then ho sat down pith a dull tbud and was lost to view nd forgotten A great many republl ns sympathize with assassins and as issinalton as u means of government ui there are enough at Philadelphia ho Jo not to give Taylor the cold bake and the Icy stare when be trIes Impose his filthy presence on them TIlE osteophs won out in the court f ppeals In the attempt of the regular ractltionors to declare that they bad aright to practice which grants a per tual Injunction against the board of ealth tnterfcrrlng In any manner with bem Results have proved that the flw science is wondbrful in manyI CsTile now board of trustees of the ousea of Reform met at Lexington Wednesday and reelected Mrs L E sedan president C W Bean treas er and W P Walton secretary lorC e ensuing year There arc now 117 mates in the Institution and arrivals eryday IN his speech opening tho Phlladel la convention Boss Hanna said Always trust the people He intend s doubtless to say always give tb sentantof him and his party Inc t K know It would come and we are ooed that it has Tarvln has otte- nHlmontlonedj for g overnor tdley Is still ahead of him bqwover i exgov ernor was being mildly meli Inz d for ylce president TO BON MR YERKES TILL INTERIOR JOtRNAt prcsont lt compliment to Hon John W Yer ken and requests the pleasure of a brief udienceaThis Is something like the way wo IIIcardpolite and In good form In our 11nb personal character of journalism not always wholly conventional we have little less desire to act decorously at than In the callow days when we trust ed to gentility to add a touch of grace to an uncouth personality So tendering our compliments to Mr Yerkea and assuming that be will be the republican candidate for governor the coming election wo give blmnotice of a few questions that the peo pie will likely propound to him The Queen of Sheba proposed to herself that aho would vex Solomon with hard questions To vex Is not our purpose Not desiring to take even our enemy anVdeliberation we suggest presently only few I If you are elected governor will you before the trial of any of the persons now Indicted for being accessory to Lh murder of Gov Goobel pardon any of them 2 If they are convicted after trial 1will you then pardon any of them 3 If Taylor and Finley are still fug circa will you Issue a requisition for their apprehension 4 Do you approve the conduct of Gov Mount of Indiana In refusing to honor the requisition of Gov Beck FinII5 Have you ever In public or private assasslnaIeWere you present at the seer Galt Monad convention of republicans In Louisville on the night following the ColaoO Scott tragedy In Frankfort 7 If you answer yes to the last question as you undoubtedly must answe- then you will be further asked If yo advocated or approved a proposition to bring the mountain fuedlsts to Frank fort to murder or overawe Goebel or the Legislature 8 If you answer you did not then you will be asked why you did not a8I a dear lover of civil liberty th at same sweet civil liberty your plat form and stump orators prate so much aboutwhy you did not as a lover of liberty and law expose this damnable iJPuraathetlcaLWetruatyouwill t tIe endeavor to excuse yourself on t ground that you were in another part of Cthe large room and that you were of dieted with the same sort of buzzing thatcaused Mr Blame to misunder stand Bro Burcbard and that your imperfect understanding was that assassins were to be brought out o0 to protect the civil liberties of every body and not for murder 9 Do you approve the act of Taylor in refusing to allow the civil author 1Lies to search the executive building for the murderers of Goebol 10 Do you approve Taylor act In driving the members of the Legisla ture from the Statehouse with his sol diem 11 Do you approve his act in driving the Legislature at the point of the bay ones Iron the court house and other public places In Frankfort when It en deavored to assemble 12 Do ypu approve his act In ordering his soldiers to chase the members of the Legislature through the streets of Frankfort 13 Do you approve his act in quarter log soldiers and armed bodies of mountaineer In the public bnildlngs Frankfort with orders to them to allow no one access to them without a pass from him or his adjutant general 14 Do you approve his act In driving the judges of toe court ol appeals from Frankfort by converting the State capIital Into military barracks 15 Do you approve his act In refusing to obey tbo writ of habeas corpus 16 Do you approve his course now in i remaining In Indiana a fugitive ere ro ustlco 17 Do you believe he meant to lie or to tell the truth when he publicly stat ed that If Indicted he would never become a fugitive from justice but Waal dof return to Kentucky and stand his trial 18 Do you think he ought to return to Kentucky now to stand his trial 10 If you are elected governor will you obey the constitution and laws oftthe State JO Do you believe the constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the land 21 Do you believe that the followings a correct quotation of Subsection 2 Section 2 Article IV constitution of the U S Any person charged in any State wllh treason felony or other crimes wbosbatl lee from justice and be found fn another State shall on demand of the executive authority of the State from which bo lied be delivered up to be removed to the State having jurisdiction of the crime 22 If this be a correct quotation wbvI Id you as a member of the recent republican convention at Philadelphia at a meeting of tbo Kentucky dele tloo of republicans approve a resolution commending and praising Gov taunt of Indiana for deliberately vio lating this law Those are a few only a sample of theState will ask you to answer You area courteous gentleman and will no doubt oblige them by full and shall we say It satisfactory answers When W S Taylor was put on the of resolution committee at Philadelphia wonder If bo didnt think about resolv to turn over a now leaf and quit playing fugitive i t v MCKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT NOMINATED IJV TUB KEPUIIUCAN3 AT rlnLAULLP1nA PtllLADKMiiiA Juno 21 McKinley nd Roosevelt wore notnlnaacd by ac clamatlon after many orators tncluds Mr Yerkes bad extolled oratory The convention then finished its job adjourned sinesdie Tile republican National conventions Philadelphia was called to order Tuesday by Boss Hanna who made a big blow about trusting the peopleaud announced Wolcott for hracymade a speech of an hour and 10 min ales during which bo strove to sound any key notes which however loll Oat Enthusiasm was not largely on tap except for Roosevelt for vice pros ident his popularity exceeding McKln leys After the appointment of the various committees an adjournment was had till next day when the com mltteo on permanent organization nam ed Senator Lodge for permanent chairman who of course had to blow his bazoo taking occasion In doing so to give Kentucky democrats a slap The platform was adopted and the convene flea adjourned till yesterday The platform declares for a ship sub sidy for more pensions fora force bill for the gold standard for an Istbman canal approves the Insular policy touches lightly on the trusts straddle the Boer question and mentions a reduction of the war tax but does not promise to repeal it Hanna did his best to stem the tld for Roosevelt but It was no go and b finally surrendered to the Inevitable- and said be thought McKinley and Roosevelt should be nominated by as claroation The Kentucky republicans In Phlla delpbla otter a conference to 3tboom exGov Bradley for vice prcslI dent and committees were sent out to hustle among the Southern In Bradley interest The ex governor while expressing thfi opinion that It would be a useless undertaking urge a systematic canvass W S Taylor was selected to place Bradleys name before the convention The delegation was organized and John W Yerkes was reelected National committeeman Bradley was made chairman of the delegation Taylor this member of the committee on resolutions and George Denny of credentials LATEK The counter current was too great and Gov Bradley recognizing the Inevitable called his friends oft and hU name was not presented THE republicans have nominated Strong ticket but Bryan sad Hill will be a stronger one IPOUTlClANS AND POLTICS Hon James D mack will be tho picniclYThree of the four delegates tb the Philadelphia convention from Colorado are multimillionaire R L Courtney of Jessamine wl carry the prohibition banner In th Congressional race In this district John B Cheaault will vote Judge Pryore proxy in the National convention the judge being unable to RO F A Hopkins of Predtonburgr has announced his candidacy for the demo uruilc nomination for Congress in the lOih district Eight heavily armed men are said to guard Taylor night and day at Philadelphia and even with them the promoter of assassination wears frightened haunted look The Indianapolis Sentinel observes that the MountCampbell controversy leaves the former In the most dis tgraceful and contemptible attitude ever occupied by a State executive Four hundred elk tusks were sold In Spokane Washington the other day for 81000 The demands of the memo bore of the Order of Elks nod the growing scarcity has Increased the value of the tusks A new democratic National button U In the form of u clover leaf with the nsurlpllona In gold letters as follows Oemocaacy stands for bimetallism not monometallism The people not ibetfuHs Republic not empire Taylors oft told tale of what he has suffered fur liberty sake reminds us the story of Arnold VVInklcrcld It Ie so different Make way for liberty bo said Mans sure of liberty sad liedIDanville NewIAccording to u dispatch from Trou ArJ the J373 corporations char ered in that State under the existing trust net have paid fees Into the State treasury ot 816 412J This Is tprluo for which the State of New Jcrl soy has sold its honor to the pow r moneyI In Phlladelph 44 years republican n Inated John C Fremont as Its first cat date for presl dons and from that daythis it has md the presidency by election or theft during all the terms but three How long Oh Lord How much longer Louisville Times I am a citizen of this State amen to Its laws I am not a neither shall I ever be a crlmlnalj justice Whenever Indicted an outrage should be committed shall appear for trial conscious of my Inno cence and of the ultimate triumph of right and justice The Courier Journal comments on this signed card of W S Taylor as fol CWJ The morning of the day the supremo court was expected to hand down its opinion Taylor came to Louisville Ho doubtless had an inkling of what the decision would be Ha kept well out sight and reach Ho declined all social blandishments Then advised that the Jig was ap ho stood not on the order of his going but wont at once Whilst the wires were yet warm with t IIIhero aqd martyr this bragagdoclo cap Of ofithis State and amenable to its laws and I am no criminal neither shall I bo a fugitive from justice quietly Is out of the back door of some safe retreat slid Into tho back yard down an alloy to the river Into a skill and softly gently across the Ohio to ludlaoy And Immediately upon reaching the sacred soil of Hooslordoui and making sure the sheriff with a kidnapping posse was not at hIs heels he lifted up is voice and cried aloud for Mount this while Mount was waiting at re the waters edge to receive the wanderer 0 In his open arms Then when they had wept on one anothers bosoms and had shaken their clinched fists at the distant Kentucky shore It Is related that Down by the rivers side Down by the rivers aide Mount cried and Bill cried And then they sit side by sidehDown by the rivers side OLD MOCK WHISKY Ocorgo 1 Veath rford has a contract for PCM COSTMOI ASU SALE of Old Mock Whli ky In Hu tonvllloKy H 0 MOOK Danville Kyc FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLEaHorses and Mules constantly on hand und for sale at oil times W Logan Wood Manager FRITH HOTEL F FBAiCIS0 rrprietsr SlAT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Beat Hotel lathe mounUini rata conilJerrJ todS BEAZLEY D D SI IIV Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltullird Air Physician In attend auce Omce In the New Thompson tlullainp 7fo y Produce And Junk Wanted tllzhest Cash told Scrun Iron and Rags Wo pay Fas per cash for Ginseng Wo have located In Stanford for the pniehaso of FRga Chicken Hides Wool leather Ac We pay for Hour 40c per hundred Highest cash price for I1raM Copper lo OBlc and shop two doors from Main Bring In yourlrodu and get our urlccs STANFORD PKODUOCCO e6JOold sad J IlIokolT a TH E FIFTH AVE ROTE KyeThe most centrally located and only FJESTCL AS s Hotel In the city making a 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts cf the City Everything neat and clean Mason HotelMK5 U D8IMI80Nlr- orIllvcastcr Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendsd able Everything firstclagR Porter noel all trains 60 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI Anyone tending aketeh and dlcrlpllnn may lady ucertaln our opinion free whether an Invention to probably atentab Commnnlc tlonittrlctlyconOdentlaL Huidbookon Patent pent free Oldest s for ecUrlPlHateot Patents taken through without cbarge la the Scientific Hmericaii AhndoraelrUln trat weekly iJiinMt m dilation of any clentlDe reut four montbi IL bo dbyalinew4eeleta- UN CosY New seen Olll HU Vrublniton Do JAMES D BLACK Knox Dowdy l a candidate for the 8ubIuuuDINK FARMER a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of tho democratic party Ho solicit your support JOHN C PEPPLKS Is n candidate for JRllor of Lincoln County partyFOR RENT Tho property at Grab Orchard lately oc cupied by 18 M A Singleton It Includes ldonct garden pasture lc Apply to It Singleton Crab Orchard Iy PBTTITT BIOS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOUHLAND KY Quick nj efllclrnt attrntlon to burial rItgint new hurM Ijtiya stack of Oiinni Casket llotw lp bs dUe stock of Furniture always on and 111mrlah- tJ WI PARKHILL MtDr HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Dr Inrkhlll has had 20 years experience n tho general practice of medicine and ofTer hi crvlcpn to the public of Stanford vicinity Special attention then to- hronic eittr unico Uourt House over Itwuley llnw Livery Stable OBleo hams to S r 1Ly000GLA5 S HOC C0f3 500 5400 S3SU3U0 4 i IIFOR MEN iI250t200 1i5F- OR BOYS LES L- EATHERnALL THE OF WLDO1NpES MADE tJ feES jiIA- cu It will pay you to examine the WIiL Douglas shoes and see yourself that they are just as y U good In every way as those for payingLj Ufort and service they vi cannot be surpassed n by custommade f v shoes FOR SALE BY Cumnjins 8 J McClary Desirable Farts At Private Sale Desiring to cbaueo cltmnto on account of my health I will sell ut private iKtlo my term ut 260 acre In West Lincoln County Kentucky SH uillca Fut ot Iluitonvlllu und 1H mile WIt of McKlnncyon 0 S U lit- Ti U farm nnd improvements are among tlii lest In the flue Grass of Kon lucky The Uwrlllng Ii a modern brick anti frame metal roof containing 0 room with hall Mrili end verandah Outbuilding Include two nnd commodious barns with 24 box stall and sliud room for 100 cattle or ot hlieop other buildings Include Icu houec buggy IIOII mont homo coal hoiiBo noultry lioiio llowur pit touiinl houso of tire rooms All buildngs- lire In flrntclam repair odd compuratlvuly new Never tailing orchard of beat variety nf fruit The of this farm U IBrgrloruuoflnstclasf land Abun dnncoof never fulling water four rock walled pond In addition to brooch through one side of pluca 2uu acres of tarns In blue gruel or meadow with acres In wheat and corns fencing In uxcullent con dition and abundance In quantity ThU farm U In good shape for division If o dfklred us It almost In n square bounded on North and East sidtm by hue lunvlllB and McKlnnn y Turnpike This humo and farm huM to IK soon to bo appro rlittcd Any ono wlnhlng to nccuru u very dcHlrabln place will rarely meet with an opportunity to find this quality on tho mar ket Terms liberal Any desiring to hl tho premises aro Invited to call KyIThe COnthsrn utua1lnvestment Company Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST fHome Offices Lexington General LouUrllle Ky Branch Uffilco Va UalUmo-nDid1hiladelphla It- Pa4 Ta CerUeats IHlieri 29213225 PftUIl 0 Biitr ttna 19603925 STANFORDS BUSY STORE t Literally bristles with Low Prices and Great Values We have opened the way fo ECONOMICAL SHOPPING And our inducements arc roar and substantial OUR SPECIAL ATTRACTIONSF- or r ThU Week 60 Pieces of 20c and 25c Lawn and Marlboro Cloth go this week at 15c f 10 Pieces of fine Tissue Mon Morccrlto regular 23o quality special price 16c 25 Pieces yard wide Percale only 60 15 Pieces lawn Co quality this week onl3c 25 Dozen Shirt Waists that are mule of tho best bea Island Percale Not a one but what Is worth 78c go this week for 4Bc If you havent secured any of those Pearl Huttoni at Co per dozen you hall better do so as the stock la getting low Domestics Look nt these prices carefully anti then come and see ua as these go oils go fast at these juices 3001ces Light and Dirk Calico 3ic- 80Inch llleachod Cotton from 6c up 25 Pieces heavy Shirting Cotton only lIe These are onlya few prices In this de partment Everything goes at the same pricesNotions Furnishings 3 Spools Machine Thread 10c 2 hunches Finishing Braid Sc BIg Drive 10 Dozen Ladles cast Black Svamluss Hose per palrSc Mens gray cotton Hoi 0 pair for 25c Big Drive Ladles Bibbed Vests 3 for 10c Mens fancy Halbriggan Underwear worth 81 only ISc per lultIMens Silk Ilotom special this week 60o lug Drive Mens fut Madras Shirts two col I SIT worth 76c only ISo Mens good work Shirts 28o Ono lot Mens 3Cc Suspenders will be clotted for 16c Louisville Store Clothing Hoys Wtili Pants Iloys Linen Suits sailor collar double breasted rjti pearl buttons worth 1126 only 70o- Hoys Linen Coats well inaclo only 85- ollos Imitation Vest Suits In wash goods go for 4Pc Menslhleu Suits ilOS Mens book wonted pants 08o A big line of 1260 Panti lelt to close nt ill 38- Hemember we are sole agents for the celebrated Dutchni Trouser Shoes Ladles Itlftck Oxfords only Wa A Hlg rheIOO pairs Ladles vesting top Tan Oxfords 0c Ladles lace turn solo Shoe bl flkor tan worth J8 only it OS Men tan Shoes worth tl 50 ony OSo Mens Plow Shoes as low ts 73o In Millinery dens and Itoya lists and CM Carpets Matting lugs Blinds Lace Curtains Trunks Valtson Ac wo carry the mOlt carefully selected tteelc and prices are shaped with a view to Burceiufully mOVe our Immense stock SHLINGERBR0S PRORS T D 3lAITHTr MGR Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres HnlYlUbUailOf Newark New Jersey ORCANIZED 1840 Assets 0941971778 Liabilities 0181070721 Surplus S502509322 The Bent Policy The nest Company Annna Dividends Before placing your ap pllcatlcatlon for Life Insurance see R B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky CvTHofcronccs Our 1olicy holders I SSSSSSSSSe e ee eSS- S BIO LINK OF e CL1THINJGjt for Min Ituv and tlnldren OhODD PANTS K SPECIALTY I 19- S See our Line of Custom Made lsnis at 260 to ft 25 per pair t W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky ASK FOR THEM We have the Sizes in SHOES AND OXFORDS And will please and fit you In reduced lot Those are for women only These prices will be made llegardleaj of Cost CALDWELL LANIER Danville I The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House of Danville 1 THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KYIThis U now the most uptodate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been re q Gently equipped with the l Anastlgraat Lenses tho now discovery In optical science to say to the Ladles that THESE LBNSESFLATTERjust received large stock of the very Uatest Designs irk JVJouJdi gs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to bo seen to bo appreciated Suit paintingsamongDelicate pictures pictures that roo ulr a alnl1 When In Darivllle call and see us and lot our prices Wo vlll cave you money 124 Third Street Opposite Poet Office Danville Ky f tr r j A 1witi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE 22 ig 00 E C WALTON BUHINKSH MANAGER TUB bOlt materials combined with and accuracy Insure good rosette No arc over used In our proscription work Fonn Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP 0 U AUSTIN of Iluitonvlllo has now boy at his house JUDO R G WILLIAMS of Mt Vor non was down Tuesday MH EMMBTT McCoitMACicwcni to Louisville Wednesday Miss LENA PALMKR of Klrkavlllo li with Mies Noll Morahon Miss LYDIA Lewis of Danvlllo was tho guest of tbo Missus Cash TIIKUK was another arrival at Mn T F Splnka yesterday a girl HAUTNVKCt PIOKKTT Is spending a week with his parents In Shelby U A STOVE one of Lancasters sol id merchants was hero this weak Miss IlKitDA MAUTIN of Mt Vor non Is with Mrs Dr E J Drown MltS OiMIKUA THOMPSON of Cbl capo Is with MUs Ophelia Lackey Mil AND MRS J M ALVRIISON will bo at homo Wednesday evening 27 D J ALCOltN of Bloomington 111 ts visiting Dr Kd Alcorn at Huiton vllle lION AND Mus B n KINO uro vIa Ittng thulr daughter MraR Plshback at Livingston Miss GIMIKLIA LACKBV returned Tuitday from a nlco visit to her broth crs In St Louts Miss PLOHKNCB TANNEU of McKln noy ts tho guest of Miss LIU Shupars Central Record MIBBKS HALLIK NHVIUS and Klla May Rowland swnt several days with frlerds In the Kail End Miss Mitt WILLIAMS daughter of Cal Roger Williams of Lexington Is with MUs Mary Burch Wiss JKNNII LYNN returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J Eo Claunub at Somerset Wednesday Miss LIZZIK FEBNEY of Richmond the pretty niece of Mr Joo 5 Rloe Is the guest of himself and wlfo Mil W It DGDUANand family of Soraennl aro vlslttnir her parents Mr and Mrs George S McKlnncy Miss PKAIIL UUIINSIDK will otter lain Tuesday evening In honor of her guest MUs Tattle Hays Owslcy Miss FLOHBNCB nilili loft yottorday for Lonlivlllo CUrksvllle Hashvllle and other point to visit relative J F GOVKH nod John McGill return ed from Loulsrlllo yesterday morning where they sold their poorest tobacco at IS Mil A L JOIIANDOCKK tho Louis villa wholesale batter Is the guest of Dr C A Cox ono of his traveling salesmen MK A C MARTIN now of Somerset visited his son hero this week He Is delighted with his now homo but still loves old Lincoln TUB judges for tho contest tonight aro Judge Thompson of Lebanon Dun V Smith of Somerset and John W Drown of Mu Vernon Miss JLLHi BALLOU went to Cia cinnati yesterday to meet her sister Miss Anglo Dallou who bILl been teaching at Franklin Vat Mil AND MilS W C GllEENINQ of Hustonvlllc have Issued Invitations as follows At home Dovondalo Villa 8 oclock i M Juno 23th Mils L C Dnocic and Miss Mary L Doveraup of Winchester arrived this morning and Mrs Brook Is sure that her pupil will win tho prize tonight U II HAMM of Urodlicad pastop down to Ltbanon Wednesday to see Isle brother In lawV C Cable who was badly hurt In tho wrack on tbo Greens burg branch MKSSHH ROIIBKT HAUUINO and J W Rawllng Danvlllo attorneys in tended court yesterday Mr Hawllngs says there arc a grunt many Black men In Doyle C lit us LILIIAN PuiLiiS HAKUIN 1eende us an amusing drawing by Dr V- IIt Woo lroe of Monllcollo bowing Taylors home In Butler county and his proiont quarters under the wing of 1Go Mount It B MAHONY hue boon so III for 10 days as to bo unablo to attend to his buslncsS and yesterday his wife had to como down to renew some Insurance for Otis of his patrons PEYTON PAUIIOTT formerly of this place but now of Lexington has been promoted to Eastern Kentucky mana Jeer of the Singer Sewing Machine Co with headquarters at Ashland Miss JnsNiK liuailia senile us a copy of a local paper tolling of tho die astrous tiro In Blootnlngtor III Pour acres of business buildings worD burn ed and tho lire raged seven hours JUDOS J M PHILIPS of Kansas City delighting his old friends hero a visit after an absence of 10 1with Ho Is looking well Is prosper 1OUII and continues firm In tbo democrat Mns T C JASPER and Miss Davie Jasper and Master Hay of Piano Tax who have been visiting In this county and Mr Jaspers aged mother In Pu laski left for homo Wednesday Miss Kato McKlnnoy daughter of Mr J J tI McKlnney wont with them Mr Jas per Is a prosperous banker in his adopt ed State LES RID of Hustonvllle was over In Cincinnati Saturday and told the Enquirer ho was for Bcckham for governor that Mr Gilbert will bo rooleet cd to Congress and that there la no doubt about an oldtlmo democratic majority In the State this year Hanna Taylorlem and assassination will stand no show with our psoplo this year The democracywill rise in Its might and crush everything in Us way Ii f f MRS A K DBNNYjand Miss Doll Denny are visiting relatives In Gar rardMR F G DRADY had an attack of nervous prostration yesterday but Is out now MRS G F UOFMANN was down iron Crab Orchard Springs this week and gave ua a big job of printing for tho cs tabllshmont which will have Its forma opening In a short time PROP HOWARD DRUCE left today for AIBrocktonmeeting of the American Scientific So clety In Now York Thu many frlendi of Prof Deuce regret that ho will not return next year lie is as vet undecided regarding his plans for the fu tare Advocate LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work NEW neck wear at Cummins Mo Clarys FIRE WORKS of all kinds for 4th of July at Dexter DALLOUs BARGAINS In Icu Chests and Rcfrlg orators at Warren k Shanks ICELAND Peerless Freezers for quick freezing Geo H Farris d Co LOST ladiesumbrella with wood curl handle Leave at this olllco NOTICE alty taxis for the year WOO ore duo Settle by July 1 L R Iiughescollactora WE bave a firstclass wood workman in our shop who Is prepared to do any kind of work Dcazlev Bros READ In another mn adver tisement of the Cincinnati Bargain Store S Sallwansky proprietor1 STORE your wheat with us at 1 cent per bushel per month and got the ben cOt of any advance JH Baughman t Co SIXTEEN to ono that Harry Glovan null of the Advocate wilt be at Lan castor Wednesday Thats tbo day for iho circus Tilt body of Boyd Drown colored was brought hero from Louisville yesterday and Interred at Turncrsvlllo whew he used to live THE girlswill show us how girls can play ball when they know how June 27 They have thelr own private car and aro said to be both fair and brawny BLACK Lou Holmes tbo commer cial tourist who has been through a dozen counties recently says that thorn Is a very decided sentiment for Black for governor In all of them THE wheat crop In this county now being harvested In bettor condition than It was thought possible during tbo long rains Is much moro than an aver ago both In jleld sod acreage MUSIC Margaret will Instruct In piano mandolin and guitar at 1350 each a month She is highly recommended by Mrs Lcdyard of Caldwell College and has proven herself a very competent teacher MR J K BRUCE says that Thomas A Rico came all tho way from Benson Arizona to sea the bloomer girls play ball but falls to tell that he once atop pod a threshing machine that ho might see a game between Stanford and Dan ripe THE Bull pub got beat by thu Uustoavlllcs on their grounds Wednesday 0 to 8 Stanford was ahead 7 to 1 to the seventh inning when our buys thinking they hull a soft snap re lazed their efforts nod got it In tbo neck TUB Red Men willcutquite a figure In the 4th of July entertainment They will parade at 230 when some hundred or more of thorn In tbo regalia of tbo order will ride the finest horses they nan eucuru Many lodges have boon Invited to join In tho parado and most of them have promised to send roprc MDiullvos OUR Klngsvltlo correspondent writes that the INTERIOR JOURNAL Is not us mllv received there till the day after lu publication when It should bo there in 2 I hours after It is printed The same uoraplulnt comes from Waynes burg and Hustonvllo A screw is loom In tte O S mall service and the atton tion of the authorities Is called to It Wo print our paper with a view to having It rend all over the county boo foru tho night of the day of publication and If the mall men will do their duty It will be- COCAINENot thinking thltalybut druggists and doctors would handle cocaine the city council made the pro hibition only against thorn handling U except for strict uicdlcaj purposes They found out however that a cer tain Negro woman was dealing largely In the drug and they met Tuesday and undo tho penalty for handling It apply to all persons tho tine being from 110 u il5o The council also rcclnded the hotel license which bad been 110 on tho grounds that It was unjustlit ilUcrlmlnatlon M CIRCUIT COURT Lllburn Padgett was fined 150 for cutting Letcbcr Bunch and Bony Carter 125 for shoot log at Dwight Root John Adams was ilvon u year for breaking into John Cooks stable and stealing sacks J W tout was put on In W C Greonlngss place as a Juror Tho grand jury has adjourned after finding 25 Indictments 10 of whlco wore against two men for violating the liquor laws The jury ro ported the jail and both of tho clerka tllces In good condition but suggested tome minor repairs G W Camden was flven 8300 damages against the Cln ilnnatl Southern for running Into his ouggy wc J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 23 co lumns twice a weekonly per year I AM making special low prices ou flooring colling and cypress shingles A C Sloe FRESH car load of lime salt and cement just received W C Greening Hustonvlllo PLEASE call at the College and pay your tuition bill to Mrs Nannlo S Saufloy Tho money Is needed to pa rent iVc FOR wagon rims an stokes barbed and smooth wire all sizes at rook bottom prices go to fill k Decks FOR RENT Storehouse In Morelan 22x02 now small dwelling attached Best stand In town J W Hustoi Moroland Ky A LARGE majority of tbo PO couple Invited by the Misses Owslcy to thel reception in honor of Misses Beula McEtwain and A Ima Lackey were pros oaT Tuesday evening to enjoy the delightful hospitality of Walnut Flat Tho approach was Illuminated with Japanese lanterns and the fine old man lion was brilliantly lighted within whore scores of beautiful women and chivalrous men were charmingly on tertalncd Mrs J S Owsley Jr served frappo and Mrs W P Waltoi assisted In entertaining About 11 oclock refreshments were elegantly served and after an hour or two more of enjoyment tho guests departed wilt many thanks to the hostesses and com pllmenls to their charming guests TIlE givenDoor of shoat beautiful young girls Misses Alma Lackey and Christine Bradley al Wal tons Opera House was largely attended and enjoyed almost as much as the big Juno bop All of our prettiest iilrls wltb their visitors and our most gallant young men were present and In addition these handsome couples came from Lancaster Frank Marksbury and Miss Lackey J M Farra and Miss Jen nil Durnalde J El Klnnaird and Miss Mary Sandlfer L II West and Miss Maggie Tomllnson B D Herndon And wIn West R L Sailer and Muse Manila Wilson Carpenter Danvlllo Miss Edna Camniu Molllo Hopper Helen Hooker and Jone Baugbman O S Williams V B Morse Jr and Howard Cumnllz Hulonvllle The music by Cook ft Farmers orchestra was good and pleasure rolgrtcd supreme till loelock when the party reluctant ly broke up The guests of honor did them ol oreateredltaad received the most marked attention Two KILLEDDy the of a bridge over Rolling Fork on tbo Grconsburg branch of tho L it N an engine baggage car and one coach of a passenger train wero precipitated into tbo stream 25 feet below Two car penters Jas Huston and George Mul lins both of Rockcatle wero killed Thu seriously Injured are J D Martin Lebanon supervisor knee foot and head hurt and severe Injury to lower abdomen Ezra Hogan Grcensburg express messenger leg broken left side Injured John Newland Brodhcad llagman face and neck Injured Claude Hobson Lebanon brakeman Injured internally W C Cabbie Brodhead bridge ca pcnlcr bead hurt and Inter nal Injuries Arch Drown Drodhead bridge carpenter shoulder and leg hurt Wm Adams Drodhead bridge carpenter bead and chest badly Injur ed Conductor Turner and Brakeman Hobsou were tbo only persons in the Front coach Tho conductor did not re calve the slightest Injury while Mr Uobtons condition is thought to bo oritlcalLATERMr Cable died at an early hour yesterday morning and his re mains will ba Interred at Brodbcad to tiny Ho married a daughter of J D Hamm of Rookcastlo and she and four children survive him Chief Train Dispatcher Westerficld eaye the wreck Is the worst ho over saw on the road and that It is u marvel that at least 25 persons were not killed BRIEF NEWS NOTATION In Seoroy county Ark a man who killed his stepdaughter was beaten to death by a mob In a fight over a girl at Charleston SV Va Robert Franklin and Ben Daly wero bothprobably fatally shot Stephen 1rzybyllnskl of Chicago has Just bad his name changed to the less tongue twlsting one of Stephen 2uuunins Fred Gilbert shut and killed Mrs Tames Bantu at Craig lad Ho mistook hur for her daughter with whom he tad had a lovers quarrel Green Jones of Bloomington III pointed a shotgun at hla little niece vlth tho usual result The chili ie at tho point of death and Jones Is in a nod house Fire at Bloomington III destroyed nearly ono half of the business section mtalllng a Ipss estimated at from 31 JOOOOO to 82000000 The courthouse sad many valuable records wore de itroyed Amelia Ulvea wlfo of the Corsican Prince Troubotzkol divorced wife of Lhe Insane John Armstrong Cbanler uthor of The Quick or tho Dead woman of the world without heart with a position in literature won by work a pure mindcd writer would make laato to disown is now in voluntary ecluslon at the home of her father 3ol Albert Rives In Albomarlo county Virginia It Is predicted that tbo Inal chapters of a short but romantic life la being written and that any day nay wltpesa its close Col S S Morrow camo near being killed by a runaway horse at Somerset Dortch Campbell has taken editorial harge of the Corbla Pathfinder W B Hudson will remain with the paper a u n ROYALThe BAKING POWDER ROYALthe most celebrated of all the baking powders in the world celebrated for its great leavening strength and purity It makes your cakes biscuit breadetc healthful it assures you against alum and all forms of adultera tion that go with the 1 cheap brands Alum baking powders are low priced as alum costs but two cent a puuml but alum Is a corrosive poison and It tendon the baking powder dangerous to use In food ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK LAND AND STOCK Jcannot won a ace ut Newport at 100 to 1 Geo B Ellis sold to WA Brooks a black gelding for 8100 John Hughes sold to Jenkins of Gar rard a bunch of hogs at 4c Samuel Dudderar sold to James Me Jarloy 35 80pound lambs at Tbo rainy spell Is said to GlcIcoed the Georgia peach orop cent FOR SALE Four twoyearold steers 7 milk cows and 60 barrels of corn Joe Dallou J W faring has bought several growing crops of wheat at COo Rich mond Pantograph R G Denny and W G GIvens have 400 acres of wheat which la being har vested It Is very fine The wheat crop In Fayette Is a reG- ard breaker and Is estimated at 275000 bushels Most of It has been harvested O P Huffman bought a cow of R R Gentry at 3o and of E Drainer and W L Dawson a lot of hogs al 4c J H Martin bought of W G Bogle 23 cattle at 31 to 4c and of H G Win 4cIDanvilleThe yield of blue grass teed In Dour bon this year Is estimated at 150000 bushels and the seed is of finaiqualliy The market price yesterday was 30 cents Tho rains of the past week retarded the harvest slightly Nowa C 0 Carpenter of Lincoln sold 75 more of his Kansas cattle to Wharton Bros of St Louis at So Ha also Bold to Joo Klndlg a loppy gelding for 175 Anderson Spilman on Monday bought 10000 bushels of wheat from L C Ewing at 75 cents delivered at Parks vllle In JulyAdvocate- Thero wero iljO cattle on Ml Ster ling market Monday best selling at 5e but moa of the sales were at from 4 to 41o Heifers 31 to 4o cows H to 3fo camera li to 21c bulls 3c of sheep 3500 to 4000 offered blackface owes brought 84 most of the ewes fold at about 350 wetbera al 3 to 3Jc 107 lIb pound hogs sold at 40 Sumo medium mules sold at S75 to 800 Horse market had some life n good many sales at 8100 to 110 Democrat CHURCHES AND PREACHERS The first colored Sunday school Cor bin ever had has just been organized Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Willow Grove Schoolhouse Sunday af ternoon al 330- Thvcundltion of Rev Colon H Rout who Is at a Cincinnati hospital Is very much worse and another operation has been decided upon Elder J T Sbarrard was seriously hurt by having his buggy run into while returning from a protracted meeting be was holding In Bourbon Rev Dr Wm Crowe lies unconscious at his homo In this city suffering from a sudden and violent attack of brain paralysis Dr Crowns friends who aro legion unite In the hope that ho CUImaxformer councilman shot Dr W K Piner pastor of tho Methodist church making a slight scalp wound Dr Pin or was making a pastoral call at Mr Wares when Mr Ware entered the parlor and fired without warning Mrs Waro was tho only witness and she re fuses to talk It seems that Waro was blalwUoThere Is one can A C Robbins of Auburn who says I do not think it the properl thing to put Taylor forward In delphia I believe Taylor should beI kept In the background The will be benefited by his eclipse t SALESMEN WANTED By the Erie Automatic Computing Scale Co for Kentucky territory For particulars address cor Henry State Agent Mt bturlliii Kpa umbar1an- HotolFalls NOW OPEN Faro better than ever Fishing season In full blast Daily harks to and from Station Lots of amusements- A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further particulars J B OWENS Mon Parkers Lake Ky The GreenStore HUSTOmZILLS New Stock of Dry Goods NotionsGents nishing Goods ShoesClothing Hats CarpetsMattings c They were all bought before recent ad vances and consequently the prices are lower than other stocks bought since goods went up foe my new line of Hot Weather Clothing Low Cut Shoes and Straw lists JAMES FRYE of farm implements tools waOons and vehicles w all kinds Is one d finish them with e asmudiasusethafwears them out and fewcen1s invested in NC P will earn lnwearintlcepacity necessmes WI ir1IIIOJrU1tTUl t WIiIItCW wnaj 00 I Have Located In Stanford on Depot StNe sr Main for tli fIe8el wiling ecotdl1atd 8f Jew Glotfyi g At BARGAIN PRICES I am selling Clothing Cheaper than it wasevO sold In the town of Stanford before I also carry a Complete Line of Gents Furnishing Goods Come and Get My Prices THE CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE IF YOU AREThrough painting your Ijouje hanging your curtains washing your windows pnpor log tkc please RETURN OUR STEPLADDER i And ObligeI Higgins McKinney P SAIso bring our Monkey Wrench Screw Driver Hatchet Hammer and Saw with you 6OMORT 1 Is What You Want This Hot Weather Then Go To HJMcRobertsFor that Golf Hat latest thing out Linen Hat Straw Hat A Cool Soft ShirtILow Cut Shoes and Serge Coats and Vests s ANOTHER RUSHING SHOE WEEK This time wo remember the Vtsses and Children and offer them the whole line Of Low Cut Shoes for one week below cost Those who attended our big sale given on Ladles 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 We will include in this sale the remainder of our Ladles and Gents Low Shoes 60 here is the line for one week Misses and Childrens Low Shoes Ladies Low hoess j Gents Low Shoes Thlswill bestir last sale on Shoes Remember each week wepfiar a lino of goods loss than cost Should any one question this we earnestly invite their inspection ofrour goods and prices i JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad ReplenishedIs J New Wash Goods Ties Fans Belts Ac Iteshe o ir stock of staple goods Is very com pleto We have excellent assortments of SHADESAND CURTAINS LlnenH Hosiery Gloves Corsets Underwear Shoes and Slippers In fiic you can find ALMOST ANYTHING In Ladies wet r nt SEVERANCEcscSONS Opposite Court Route J A ALLEN a CO 7 Contractors And IBuJlders STANFORD KY lave now u complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pine Flooring Ceiling Doors nab IWnds and ot Dressed and Hough Lumber Steel Kooflnsf Lo ust Posts dtc We make estimates on any kind of work wanted Oluco opposltp Dr L d Cooks r Jfo iLWwN THEtNTEhlOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at tteondClait matter ncS zidavP b11ahe4tu 1 PER YEAR CASH M WileD Dot op d3J2OO will be cbtrf td KNDX ILLE DIVISION 24 Train going NorthmI168 a m a mas M ii South 1235 m UUpm23 For alllPolnla KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION o2S Arrrirra at Stanford at 108 No U LMTM Stanford at 210 Ko21 ArrtTM at Rowland at 1200 VAT No22 UaTea Stanford at 2SO P X QUEEN A CRESCENT Trains going South pan Junction City Xo oenotstop2O3 1160 r H No5 1122 No 9 oIlUolng nth No 2 loeint Xo 34SA No 61123FM4o1O6AMF- RANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Frankfort at 050 340 PM aDd I P connecting at fltorr town with the Q AO UetunilnelenTe Partial J30 x anti I4O p reaching Frnktrt alter coUDlCllnr with Q tCiraInsat1I2QAK71O t 74and915r The litter train learca ror iwrvrtnwn at P J B NEWTON U A I SOUTHERN IUIIL WIlY IN KENTUCKY Cu6 tnlld Scitdili la Effect May 1900 N ri5 rtuSTBomm 4am 400pm 743pm 910am f3Jpm 9nrmI950am CItpin mieam ft4Tptn laoipm Ar Lexington ha4Sam Tlipm tolIpm WESTBOUND Noll No S NO 4 Lv Lexlnctoa 73Uam 4s pm Mam Ar Versailles 76am Bospm fX1 Ar Larencebc awam 36pm B3am Ar SbelbjTlUe e0am 030am- Ar Lou vi11a 1040am 740pm 760am BASTBOCap WMTBOUM- XKoJSlNo 111 BTATIOSU iNo liNa 44OpmI11JamTlOpm IA8TDOUHO WUTI10UO 15tNo 67 BTTIONL N o16tt M 4Wpm 746am Lv Loulsvll Ar Itt40am 740pm LiCpm 910am Iff ShclbTll Ar 910am dlSpm L47nm l02sm Lv VenUes Ar 7SOam iojpm TlOpm ILIOam Ar Midway LT 730am 340pm 749pm ILCOatn Ar Qcoretn Lvl 700am 310pm Wo EASTBOUND 1 ta 5 IIUTIONS WUTI10UNDI 74linm 400pm Lv Louisrll Ai IMOam ijii 1MamlllnpmILOIrmHSSpra 830pm Ar Klchmnd LT 6 tam 310pm Az Irvine Lv l hlpin No No 3 iISIJT 74 am 7Wpm Ar 104 am103Upui Ar nozytIIo7oopm 74tm- Ar Anberllle u VIOam MOpra Ar Sarannab 515am Ar Jacksonville 99am Lv uuattanooga Rpm AiVira AT Atlanta iaSpmllMam Ar Macon llVami 8S8amAr JackMnvllle lUWpm rv hnttanooga 010pm dOum Ar nirtnlncham 1005pm 114nmI Ar Meridian 2am 930pm Ar New Orleans 3O1m I DlrlIo so LexIngton Louisville No I tree obxerratloa chair car Lexington W No uleeplnecar Ulnnlngham to LouHTllle vIa Lezlnctoo All traIn between Loulivllle LexIngton and Durgin dally- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos II 1andClSdaUexeePISulldaY1Detween mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally rSO NNOK3d VP4OM JL CDtPT M Washington D C Washington DC i WATURKOPA WMHTATLOEAaIA WashlDgtoa O C Louisville Ky Half Rates tojJuly 10 1112 hound trip tickets will be on aale YbIChattanooga and the Queen C Route from all point SvuUi lo Cincinnati nireturn one fare for the round trip onItbe d tfs named i I The reduced rates are on account of an nual tonventiunBYPU America The return limits are llbertl Write lor fiirthtr particulars lit tirr your ticket reads over tbe Queen A Cm cent Iloute It U 100 milts akorltr than any otheItIne from Chattanooga Atlanta south Its schedule are the quickest ift irjjn lervlce II lamous with traveler there as the mott lierlrct In the South C lEtaeanun If A Cincinnati or 0 L Mllibell l I A Cliat anooga wllJl glad to tend you free printed mailer or Siher LOUIsviLLE and CHICAGO BEST LINE T- OCalifornia DTHE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains dally except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E II JJACON U P A H W Cor 4th in4 JlirVet Sin Loulnvlllo fl TAMALES AND BUZZARDS 110w According to Relief Ono rItrot the Mexican from tbe Other Down in my section of the United State there is much to interest an observing roan said Alfred J Smith of Xognlea Arlx to a Washingtoi Star man but there are two things which you dont have here which play an Important part in the everyday life of a portion of the inhabitants and for the sake of a brief description I will designate them as buzzards and tamales Tho Mexicans are inordinately foml of red peppers They grow to enormous sIze compared to those you see here and in the houses and to the eaves of the porches of every Mex ican habitation be it ever so humble in Mexico Arizona and California one will observe strings of this brilliant red condiment hanging with the ernie of the staiK twisted into braids The Mexican mixes the red pep pers with his food with a lavishness indicating his extreme fondness for its hot burning flavor and in a manner that is unacceptable to the Amer lean palate It enters into the composition of nil his dishes Now for the buzzards These Just ly named scavengers of the air are very numerous In the section I have named The association betweei Mexicans and buzzards lies in this The formers flesh Is so saturated with red peppers that when he is overtaken by death on the plains or desert burznrds will not eat the body At least this is the common under standing in the section hall from AMERICAN SOLDIERS WIVES They Moat Watt Long Weary Week for Letter from Their Loved OHM Yet terrible as war is with Its weary marches battles sickness wounds slaughter death and know ing that the soldier must endure It all yet I repeat my heart sheds not its keenest blobd of sympathy for him writes Mrs U S Grant in liar pers Unrnr No It Is for the woman he leaves behind the woman whoso province it Is to wait and who In that waiting must endure the tor myIt are no braver women In the world today than the wives of our army ofll cers and those of our private soldiers as well for the heart under the rough woolen jacket can ache as piercingly as that under the silken robe To their honor be It that in the path of duty no sacrifice is too great for them no loved one too dear to yieldSix seemingly interminable weeks must elapse before a letter from the Philippines can reach the eastern part of the United States and every sol diers wife knows when she rends the letter that In the intervening weeks since it was written the loved hand that penned the words may have fallen palsied by n Mauser bullet What too of the women who have no more to wait for who sit no longer at the window of hope they from whom wars cruel avarice has robbed all that life held clearestthe widowed wives the bereft mothers anti the sor rowing sisters ST PATRICKS GRAVE The SalntU fleeting Place Said to nave neen DlacOTered at LAt J After ages of neglect say the London Dally Graphic the traditional resting place of the remains of Ire lands patron saint In the cathedral grave yard at Downpatrlck have been covered with a memorial stone The stone is a rnl1 jb veathrbtenbowId- ee of granite weighing about seven tons from the mountain side of Slieve naLnrgle where it rested at a heigh of feet Upon the upper surface of the bowlder is incited an Irish cross faithfully reproduced from one cut on foundIonislands of Lough lice where St Dine mid founded his famous ecclesiastical settlement In the middle of the sixth century Under the cross the name Patric Is cut in Irish characters copied from the earliest known Celtic manufcrlpt The simple treatment Is jonsldered to be the nearest approach to the form of monument which would have been constructed about the vear 109 the supposed late of the saints dent Ii The movement was initiated by F J Bigger of Belfast who was warmly supported by nil classes and creeds The supervision of the work was Intrusted to W J Fennell architect of Belfast il1oml tu HfMtrny nn Army A retired artillery officer of the Del gina army line invited a number of officers and engineers to an exhibition at Antwerp of nn invention he con tends will revolutionize warfare The inventor a Mr DeWing says that his Invention in so deadly thnt the army against which it is directed would be entirely destroyed In a few minutes- It IB n species of bomb loaded with a terrible explosive the name of which the Inventor Ills not yet dl nlped He line promised to give in contestable proof of the destructive power of the Invention before experts utomolille WelBlilnn Fourteen Ton A wealthy Australian owns what is said to be the heaviest automobile In the world It weighs 14 tons and is run by n gasoline motor of 75 horsepower This enormous vehicle which Is capable of a speed vhen needed of eight miles an hour is employed to carry freight to and from a gold mine itueted 372 miles in the Interior af the country I I A OAKD OF THANKS I with to say that I feel under lasting obligations for what hatnberlolns Cough Remedy bas dony for our family We liavo used it in so many cases of coughs lung trouble and whooping cough and hac always given the moat perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and wish tbankslnespectfUl1Y MY FATtIER Mv futhirV nuiiiM a Will You never nee luin dill Ho N very lull and atraight A Stanford girl he took for his mate Re gives bio lectures free EepcclBlly to we three lie does love to nlvtt advice May be he thinks ISIs nice fie really likes to work From It hu will never shirk He wants to be In the field at the rising of the sun So his work can then be done Ho bates to see It rain If be U In a hurry If ho U behind In his work he will worry He will say more rain wore rest Ard will repeat the Lord knows best Bo pretends he does not care for any thing sweet But would be mad If you would sit him down just to bread and meat Sometimes he eats until he almost dies For bo does love apple pIes ills stock be will never neirlecc They are always fed and pet what they expect When them be begins to call Then the cattle will bawl Ciotnc to church be will never Piles He says it U not rlcht to do tht And sing very loud You can hear him above any crowd This Is the way little Fannlo Roys ton of Point Leavell pictures her father whom everybody will recognize at a planet Getting at the Facts As the court understands It said the judge the defendant here be plnlntUIthe way of it Xo yer anner the witness ex lalned theyre both Hnri OIsecn it all mcself Nobody thrun un apt thet Molke thats him over there called Jawn something and Jawn thats him over here heaved a brick TimesHerald Nobody hurled nothln else Chicago Ream men Im afraid some of my constituents dont think as much of me as Id like to have them said the congress manIm afraid they dont Do they say anything No I wish theywould Then maybe we would have them looked op a charge of profanity Washing Ion Star iAnotbrr Exception Mere ugliness not a guarantee Of excellence In all things that we see There may be worth and juice about the clam Yet none about the dummy sawdust ham Chicago Record GOING liEn 0B HETTEn slenderI Chicago In Iter OceanPity T la T Is Tract respectsIman on Till In sooth he Is setting well offl iPuck Entirely Too Modest Mrs De Flane I am so delighted by my photograph that I have brought you a little prtsent- Photographer modestly I really dont deserve such a testimonial madam Give it to that gentleman over there Does he assist you Yes He does the 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