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H on r n q r 7 n T u r a 1 f rSDMIWE5KLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 n f I VOL XXVI1IeSTANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 26 1900 9 A M HQ 33 4 INEWS OF THE VICINAGE Harrodeburg will have it street lair this fall Mr E Boyd niece of lion Robcr Boyd Is dead at London W S Elkin cashier of thoBurnsId bank died of consumption A Danville man has IOU from ono bitch 540 worth of puppies Capt Dan Meade a popular C S conductor died at Somerset Only 10 postmastert In the State ge t bettor salaries than the one at Somerset Tbu first train crossed the Rolllnj Fork trestle 63 hours after the accl dentB tl Sale of Irvine walked out of a tblyd tory window at Richmond in hti sleep and was killed In a fight at Somerset Robert Col yer cut Frank Randall severely He was held In 81000 bond Denny B Goode formerly of Eu banks has been elected business mana ger of the Lexington Observer Riley Droylo and daughter who were running a little grist mill in Whitley were killed by lie explosion Joe II Sowder has finished up a 10 days sentence In the county Jail Joe left on the next train for other quar terlMt Vernon Signal Dee little son of Dudley Robertson of Perryrllle was probably fatally hurt by being thrown from a horse while visiting In Madison GOY Beckham has offered a reward of 1200 for Dan Owens who broke JAil j at London Ho had been tried for the murder of J II Jralth and given a life sentence Tho Masonic temple at London was dedicated Saturday Deputy Grand- Master W C McChord and members from al over tho State participating tbo exercises Mrs Thomas A MacGregor died suddenly at Louisville She was thu mother of Mrs Ernest Sprague well known hero and Miss Mathlido Mac Gregor who just salted to Hnrupo This sample story Is pant out from Mlddlcsboro The Lafolletto Land Company has broken ground for a 100 ton blast furnace They will alto build too cok ovens Contracts bUD alto been let for tho erection of ibO dwell loge Gen Casrlus M Clan of White Hall has purchased and deeded to his former ohIWvrlfo now Mrn Rlley V Brook a houso and acres of land ad Joining Mrs brook present homo In Woodford This It the third purchase of land that Gen Clay has made for her since her marriage to Drook MaR NNE Mr J Walker Glvetis Is slowly re covering from a severe case of throat trouble Should you see a fancy rig occupied by a One looking gentleman wearing a epado tail coat and patent leather shoes driving Into town thats our McIntosh lies looking for Thump Cooper ItUrcporlcd that Josiah Blibop tad prayer meotlo In his wheat Held the other day Immediately after being rescued from the entanglements of a runaway team of four largo mules which ho was driving to a binder We min the able communications of your former correspondent from this place It has been suggested that ho has soured on you to consequence of your condemnation of the accused IU satilns of the lat+ Gov fJocbe es rectally Taylor for whom ho teems to have grout admiration- A largo majority of the democrat In this endof the county heartily Indorse your advocacy of tho nomination of the Hon Samoa D Black for governor be lieving him the strongest man yet named and that he can forever silence Danvlller to play ball wont to Hiutonvllle Saturday and what they did for tho Ilustonvllle cracics who claim to have honestly beaten every team In this put of the Slate was simply horrible Pour Hut tonvlllehow they di kluk They had their own umpire got mad at him and left the Held attar tho fifth Inning 13 to 1 against them If they are not satis lied let theta name their time and place Miss Muncyo Warn leaves Friday tot attend a huuae party to bo given by her friend and classmate Miss Claxton a Owensboro Mr D S Johnston on account ol bin health has fullv deter mined to more with his estimable fam ily to a moru congenial climate much to the regret of the entlru community Mr Wm Dudderar has made arrange moot to bundle wheat at this point for a largo Northern firm Our farmer are inclined to etsll while tbo market Is good The many friends of Mr O S Owens art glad to see him again In charge of tho railroad office hero f MM F M Ware nod sister Mrs Spencer Hubble will leave In a few days tu spend the remainder the sum mar la Colorado Springs Miss Mag gin McHnrdy left Friday to visit her relatives in Canada A massage to his father from John Tanner who lives in Texas brings the did Intelligence ol blilloblldrcnare game of ball at jour place to be played by the Bloomer Girls Dr Hawkins Browa IB not goln as ho saw them ut Now Orlsant t t r lr BOBUITTS ItESIDENTIALPLAT FORM CHAU OKCIIAKD Juno 23Totbo peopln of the United States Although I am not an announced candidate for oaoa patriot to let the people would accept of that Important trust l tendered to me politely and by an over whelming majority of unbought votes not having enough money about me just now to buy so big an otllco I de tlro to make this announcement now after the election Is over and the people have selected some common sorry man they can not sayiV didnt know that you would have tbo officesNow you know it and wha are you going to do about It Give to some common mediocre of course Vou cant say you did not see my an nouncement for the iNTEUIOIt JOUHKAL Is read by all Intelligent people That e what makes them intelligent I want all tbo newspapers North and Soutb to copy this open letter and publish my platform on which I firmly stand like some tall steeple high II Niggers to the snowy cotton field the coarse rough women of the North to the wash tub the beautiful chaste refined delicate ladles of the South to the parlor the democrats to the and all ussasilns and sympathizer wit assassins to tho Stygian shore to read their atrocloi acts by the glaring red llgbtof hell I do not want my nigger11 back again We raised them so tenderly and had to work so bard to feed and clothe them that they could not stand tbo wants privations and starvation of freedom and about all except my nurse poor old Gilbert have goo across the elicit river My platform is short and pointed long and voluminous like parties whoso platform aro larger than the candidate who stand upon theta My record an justice of the peace and town attorney for Crab Orchard are a sulll clent guarantee of my future conduct FONTAINE Fox BOIIUITT JUST LISTEN AT THIS VINBLAND N JJ7lno JAn art cle signed Brother flame purport lag to bavo been published In your journal appeared in tbo Loaves of Healing J Alex Dowle Pub Chica go III Juno 9 1100 Did you Publish such an article It Is headed Tbo Messenger of the Covenant Tho L of H says It was wrlttoti by Rev Geo 0 humus of Suntbel Florida The article la most blasphemous In sent moot and diction Can you give mean Information regarding this Mr Dames I am writing series of art clClt about this man Dowie And wish all the facts I can get us to his adher ente Yours truly Mr MARY c HITCIIINGS Local Editor Vlneland News s NNOUNCEMENrS QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Reduced rates via Queen ft Crescent Route for the following occasions Low rates to Cincinnati from Junc tlon City and points North next Sun dayNational democratic convention Lo rates from all points South via Queen C Crescent Route and conectlng line via Cincinnati or via Louisville to Kan sas City Tickets on sale July let and 2nd good returning July Oth One faro round trip Free reclining chairs Ob eervatlon and cafe cars Through Pullman sleepers to Cincinnati and LouisvilleB U Convention Cincinnati 0 JulyVMG One fare forthe round trip to Atlan ta Ga Atlanta battlefield reunion July 1820 1000 Annual convention Y P C U UolversalUt church July 11 13 1000 See your ticket urea for par tlcular Low rates West Railroad bargain days via the Monon route Ticket will be sold by the Monon route from Lou isville Ky to point In Arizona Brit ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Netbraska Now Mexico Notth Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at one firstclass fare plus 82 for tbo roundtrip on June 10th July 3 IT Aug 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 2 JO Nov 0 20 and Dec 10 limited returning a Prospecting parties and tour tats will be furnished with schedule and further Information by addressing E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky STORY OF A SLAVE To to bound band ant foot fur years by the chalni of dlMI I the wont form of darer lIfOrle WlllIalll of Iancbeller lIch t1how such a elate made free lie MTI My wife loll been M helpless for are 7eatl that sh could uol turnover Iii ben alone Alter tiling two boltleiof Klectric Hitter ahelt wonderfully and able to b her own wrk Till rrewerenrlyfur teiiula dlMiM cur i iHr iminu melancholy bradache back tbeJalntln awl dliir r 111t TUU wire de medicine It guditml to weak stekl UagIn Whitley county Saturday night John Engle was shot anti killed b Cooke Cox as the result of a quarryI between the two over a sum of mono whichCox claimed Englo owed him MT VERNOH Spirkatt Co urn starting a brick kli at their quarry three miles South townContract hoe been lot for building a telephone line from London to Livings ibfo Every democrat your reporter hai talKed with In this and other count Is for lame D Bleak for governor and Is working for his nomination Charles Bronston colored a brick maker of Richmond while attempting to jump on a moving freight train at Sparks quarry this Monday morning fell under the wheels which cut ofT one tof biB legs below the knee The cit zone of Rockcastlc have suffered n re markable train of accidents within a very short period John Paynter lost a foot by train at Livingston Crai Thompson had a foot cut oil by near Sparks quarry Mort Owens Jr lost both legs and shortly afterward died from being run over by train at Brodbead George Mulling Marete burg James Houston Pine Hill W Cable Brodhead lost their lire and Will Adams Walter Miller and Drown dangerously Injured In the Cal vary bridge disaster While gatbei plathProctor breaking his right leg above the knee Mr Sbafcrthe Now York stave man la here to see Mr Gustavlson Miss Debra Brown daughter of Dr S W formerlyIMattie Lawrence and other relatives hero JJ Lawrence Is offered a lu native position with the Southern Pacific He will probably accept Butt Owens who was shot at Pine Hill by John Pitman is improving J K Me Clary continues quite ill though Is some better R L Drown actin democratic county chairman U dole good work for the cause E S AN bright is making the Signal get up and hum James N Reynolds and lIttleI Molllo were hero from Pltteburg Saturday and Sunday Messrs John PopeI Jacob Sambrooks Doe Stucky and Mist Ora Clancy of Livingston and Miss Judith Simpson of Pine Hill attended church hero Sunday The little tile Flora and Florence Pennington twins gave a birthday party Thursday last and entertained quite a number of their little friends IBnODUEAD IN MOURNING Never In the history of our little village under the bill had to severe a shock to come over It as that of Tuerdav whso the news teal clleke lover the wires of that terrible near Lebanon which caused the dent of J H Huston George Mulling an later the death of W C Cable John Newland and William Adams rein seriously hurt and Arch Brown Walter Miller slightly- If the entire town had been drape- In mourning the people of this place could not have been more touched the people were so shocked it teemed to paralylze all business and when the news of W C Cables death reached us It seemed as one was gone that ii one could fill his ulace As a husband be was kind and generous as a lathe- he was almost worshipped by his dear little ones as a Sunday school Instruc tor and a worker for Christ In the church his place will bo nad to fill wBut death bee culled him homo whett- oo feel sure his rcvard awaited hi s coming Ho leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss The sympathy of the entire tows sues up In behalf of tb bereaved wile and children and hl egad father and mother who bad le him In a manner that was pleasing In the sight of God His funeral woe preached by Elder J G Livingston Friday afternoon iu the Chrletlaa church the largest crowd witnessing U I bar seen for years Altar services his re mains were laid to rest in the cemetery at the church D R TOTTEN 3 Louisville to Chicago and return 1Low tutee offered by the Monon Route Tickets will bo sold by the Motion Route from Louisville to Chicago and return at a rate of8 on June 20 and 27 bearing return limit of July 4th ac count of the National prohibition con vOlition Sleeping car reservations made and full Information furnished on application to E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Lou isville Ky BISUARKS mOll HEUYE Was the result of his splendid health tcdotnl lallo not where SlomachreWreroEiJaejsiad Uoweli order If want Iben and t 1111aur 18 power ol brain and UolrZrat1eany4UrogSWrvIn Confederate soldiers arc allowed an average annual pension of 81230 HOWS Tim- We otter One Hundred lollara toward far an aw ol Catarrh lhat cannot be cured by UsIU Ca tarrhCunC1IENEY A CO Toledo We Ihe undesigned hare known P J Cheney for the last 5 and tellers him jwrleclly honorable In sit luulurM iraDuctlont sad financi ally ably to carry out say obligation wade b y Ibelr ante VKSTATatuxWholMale Druggists Toledo 0 WALPII Rtaaav MARI Wholesale Irug gilts Toledo U hails Catarrh Cure li taken laterually aCll directly upon tbe blood and rnucout surfaces ol perYbot Hills Family Will au the best TIrt LANCASTER nA fine daughter has been added to ofDr J M Acton family Eliza Lusk Informs me that six of the seven applicants this month for teachers certlllcates got Urstclassand the other second class Some of the beet talent In tbe State will take tram in the elocutionary con IIteet for the diamond ring here on July 12 A large crowd will hear It at tbe Opera House Itev William CrOw who died at Richmond last week bad many friends in this county as a good part of his life was spent at Paint Lick whore bo was pastor of tbe Presbyterian church Our democrats are wondering how John W Yerkcs Is trotting along study log his catechism put nut In the last Issue of the INTEKIOH JOURNAL No feawill take judgment by default 1Tbe Danville News certainly misun derstood Jamie Splllman when It quo ted him as saying that bo caught a fish areCnot in the biblt of telling such tales 1Ail to the 23 pound fish that Is nothing unusual so says Maj Burnsido atobee done some clever that mye teriouH art Mrs Hart was hypnotized on Saturday and placed In a window adjoining the Garrard to remain In a deep sleep for 48 hours Many gather to see her while In that state 171yearscounty on Sunday and tbe remains were burled In Lancaster cemetery Monday at 1 p M She was very popular and leaves a host of friends and relatives who mourn her departure at such a tender age Since the nomination of the republl thinggus to to run or governor of New York and put an In diana man on with Mr Bryan Please B20 that this U done and the position of the republicans on trusts protection expansion and everything In favor if the capitalist will snow them under Senator Farris has Issued a call for 14theto to cone ventlon on tbe 10th when delegatesi will be appointed to the Lexington convention on the 10th to nominate a candidate for governor to beat Jno W Yerkes A full attendance la expected at the precinct and connty meetings as all lovers of good government have an Interest in the matter nightda discoveredJsome ago were bad made an opening In tbeouter brick bedtween doordwas made some time ago Tbey were handcuffed to their beds and tbe cells will be repaired at once as tbo material IIWashington county are guests of SIC ator and Mr G T Farrls Eld R B Robertson of Hoopstown III an able minister will begin a protracted meet at the Christian church on Aug 12 IIMr and Mrs Ben Letcber of New York and Miss Carrie Bolden of Lex ington have been visiting Mr and Mrs John W Poor Mr and Mrs J E Stormea have returned from a trip toe tbe Eastern cities atedU like the man who took the Inventio- ne another and patented It They took no part with our people In attempting to Interest the company in extending etbe road and after they were induced to build It Boyle wants It Their bids will amount to nothing however as the company wants to open up a terri tory not contiguous to other roads and this is tbe rQuto to accomplish that end A school boy can ken that tbld Is the only feasible route Mr Watlersons eulogluin on the re publican party published In tbe Cour ier Journal of 23rd although notduvold of truth would make good campaign matter for that party It bad bettor be sold in party caucus than to be run through tbe press When he says that folly and democracy are synonymous terms be Is certainly not guilty of pos sessing the combination for his weal- of the latter destroy the similitude thenformer Expansion discards thee trine of our fathers for it Is folly to say that foreign powers can not acquire territory In this hemisphere and thou claim the right to territory ourselves In tbe other Besides we were pledged not to acquire the territory when war- was declared and It Ig sure to Involve us In trouble with other nations as well as cost millions of money and much blooJ all for tile purpose of making a few more rich republican Please to excuse tblg audacity though the statements are literally true WANTED We want a few more good agents of either sex to take orb dots good wages permanent position exclusive territory Address Box 134 Danville Ky w i ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST MISS 0 KIWIS WIN KIHKT ASD MISS USPEItttEAtx SPCOSlJ PRIZE Interest In E U Itcazloy annual elocutionary oontfMn seems to Increase as the years iro bv the nn Friday MISSGRIFFIN nlgbtat Wnltonn Oee it Hou e draw log the largest of the lurir rruwde that have attended the MX erttMftaiMiieiits The house was lucktd irniD pit to dome by people who muitnre1 in enjoy tbe program lit oiiinh w HIt had been novel Mr L R HiiLti n was chairman and made R nice llttin rtirerli com mending the elllJlt sad thanking tbe large HudlenM fur U ntemliinee There wure etuht cuntrate Misses Marie Grime of iti Lxo nn Business Collei PuM Hiili il Lancas ter Sadie J HHinrhmHii Kicnmond Lellle Roberts Danville Mary L Pee verrcaux Winchester Polly Traylor Stanford Mary Kay Sallee Harrods burg and Julia Carpenter Mlllersburg who apoeared In the order named All did splendidly and each fair contestant bad her champion but when the judges J P Tnomp oo of Lebanon B V Smith of Somerset and J W Brown of Ml Vernon after a long and tiresome retirement announced thro Judge Thompson that thev bad decid edthatle ff Ilinthe MISS DEVERREAUX first prizeset of siver candelabra and Miss Deverroaux to the second a sil vcr water set there win a general ac quiescence in the verdict The winner Is a niece of the Messrs Underwood of this county and the decision apart from its merit was received by her friends here wltn delight She cer tlnly gave a charming presentation of Little Golden Curls In her rend tion of Mad Mag Miss Deverreaux showed real gifts as an actress as well ail the careful trilning of her teacher Mrs L C Brock who was present and took great interest In her pupil who is very young and very promtflog Between each piece Mrs Huffman at the piano Miss Isabella Billoy on the vio lin and Mr A G Huffman on the base violin made melodious music which unfortunately was often drowned by the irrepressible small boy and others spelling for their favorites The promoters arc to ho congratulated both on giving the people a pleasing entertainment and putting a few extra dollars In their own pockets Miss Griffin was accompanied from Lexington by her parents Mr and MM J W Griffin Prof B B Jones Misses Louella and Jessie Griffin Miss Maud Jones and S H Bates and they were very much elated over the result Everybody was charmed with MUs Polly Traylori performance With less than two weeks practice sue acquit ted herself so well tbal many declared ber entitled to the first prize Mrs Brock left after the entertainment for Boston where she will take a summer course In elocution PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Infotiuitlin Mrs liforg Long NewSlrattselneOhio prorenteJadrendfultrs e dy and save l two lire A cou long kelieerawakeever night She had Irltd many a but steadily grew wore unlllurged to Dr albgNvw 1bcoveri nee bottle coral her mid me writes tliU tuartelous dlcineducured Mr Long of a lee Ttro attack of rneunionla Such cures are prel live poor of the nulchln merit of this gaud rewf for curing all throat chest and lung truu Mrs UnlyWeanti II t rrIUla guarantied rrlal tattles free at Inny Tbo dowager empress of China la said to buve Issued a decree that every foreigner musu be killed which puts China at war with tbe world tr l rV rWE DONT WANTT- oMove Them Back So we oiler any Fancy Suit in our house at a Reduction of 20 per cent until IT 1tgel back In our Store IYou will find us In the Hotel Office next door to the Old Stand Clothing Hats Furnishings ShoGs IT PAYS TO TRADE ATxTHE GLGBEIJYour money back If youre not satisCeJ Miller Hirseh Danville Successors to J L Frohman it Co WALL PAPERFor 4 C6nts I In my Store reidy to hang I have 30001 rolls of newest patterns of Wall Papa prices 4c 5c 6c 7c anti 8c roll on up to the finest made We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentuoky You see the paper matched up just as it will look on the wall and get It at onco SuppliesAe E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo 306 Main Street Trusses I- Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason ableIii Craig Hoeker Stanford A C SINECO- NTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work andyguarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for ti i i yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber 4nth Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered NidNtllNltlNtNiN l ii We have the Sole Agency for the MarQuart Range t5 ARingswiilithe blghgradHauge Geo H Parris Co PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books J Stationery Paints r And Oils r Telephone No2 Stanford Ky b a T1THE ITERIOR JOURNAL j is STANFORD Kv JtYNE 26 1900 tion i p tlon W P WALTON but For Congress est HONG G GILBERT or Shelby CountyIce rf BRO FINER thr HopklnsvlUe Meth roiltt preacher has made a mess of It by Klvlotf grounds for the belief that tbe was too intimate with one of tbeIleister He not only camo near bls head shot ofT but has been the liineans of breaking up a famllv He was In too bad a condltloD to appear at all the trial of James D Ware for shoot Jrig him when the caso wascalled Fri day and it was continued tilt July 6th i Mr Ware will make no statement of why ho attempted to kill the preacher fin his own parlor but his attorneys say jt was under justifiable circumstances Jir Ware has flied suit for divorce and alimony against her husband al jeglne that he bad abandoned her after ed accusing her of Improper relations liner She also says that for more than 12 months he has frequently teen under the Influence oflutoxlcatlnjI liquors and tins for ftoonths habitually behaved toward her In an Inhuman manner as to Indl caus settled aversion to her Public jf sentiment is divided but PJnern con Tipregatlon la said to cling to belief in bls infallibility It seems at this dllijI tance though to be another case of other apparently good man gone wrong MR BRYANS comment in the prom Ides is so pointed and so appropriate bat we adopt It both in whole and in part Says be The Philadelphia plftttorn is the best evidence thus far Jpiven of the deception attempted b11 the republican party Taken in connection with the speeches made at tbeI convention it shows that the can partys platform in 1890 was a de liberate fraud as far aa the of international bimetallism were conI cerncd that the partys attitude trust question is insincere and that the party is not willing to state its at titude on the Philippine question Invite the judgment of the people Nothing was more manifest in the convention than the military spirit yet the convention did not dare to in- dorse the demand of the president in 1893 for a standing army of 100000 men TilE republicans tried to make a pIrotechnic display in the nomination McKinley and Roosevelt but It fell The ticket nevertheless is a strong one and It stands the democrats In hand to nominate a stronger which they can do ay naming William Jennings Bryan tod David Bennett Hill on a platform rhlch unlike tbat adopted at Philadel bla will not be high sounding but neaningleas words Democratic chanc M are a great deal better than in 896 and with conservative action and vise leadership the prospect for suc pa are very bright BILLY to Teddy Your unanimous Domination is a high and deserved hob r I extend my heartiest congratula1- ol e Teddy tu 13111y appreciate eeply Your congratulations and ate Dud to bo associated with you on Icket This passage of telegrams as on the day of their nomination et when they are oUlcIalJy notified ily2 when McKinley will go to union for the purpose they will lend like ita news to them Theres- i awful lot of foolishness In politics Bother matters alii J THEY do say that our own our ami Ie handsome and accomplished Mr erkes was not down as one of they to second Mclvinleys nomloatlonII tj hat be Interpolated It i io work in some platitudes about llbi rty and the Kentucky situa effort and tbo effort to make b fiji ctacuhr show of Assassin Taylor features of the show it Is e not tbe re teielent out that Taylor e report lit the mountain coun Qbrouffbtto protected by thehero he can rx srtcs of specbod8fc to make a Itd face thuall but It beaNn asivu odor of jtw 0n ImprobablllJ awn aylor couldnt Us ucky with a yoke elieis being d to death where hiIe ted by hU crimes oddreading sUre consequences OSF who remember bowsJudge fore n would catch his breeches jek i 11Louisville of r am1udlleIs provided with some invention of up his pante v S UANNA tmya he is going to car ntucky Goebel law or no Goe aw The old rascal thinks be uy and bulldoze his way here but rats are on to his game this time e fraud of Th90 and fOim wlllnotcl rieated Kentucky will give her ral vote to Bryan boodle or no e bulldoze or no bulldoze lofEreck on tbe Southern In Georgia ugh to make the blood run COldjto passengers and crew not a ed except those in tbe claiming those not killed out by burning and drowning enough to make adog vomit to e associated press reports of e office holders acted when they bed d McKinley School boys the have discounted their doings He HON JAMES D BLACIC is making friends everywhere bo speaks and crea ting the most favorable Impression Ho for certain amendment to the elect law that experience necessary and for an equal rcpreeentaI of the leading parties at the polls thinks like us that a return to tbe viva voce manner of voting Is the sur cure of tbe election evils Like the good democrat that he le Mr Black states In his speeches democratic Is what be desires and that he doesI wish even to be considered by hic party II his candidacy will Imperil the chances of success It grows more and more apparent each day that Mr the mao of tbe hour and maokI all others to nominate for ernor His nomination will be worth thousands of votes in the mountains and be as an olive branch extended shades of democracy for their supI portIPOUTlClANS AND POlTICSI At Newport Arka ongresslonal convention has taken 1000 ballots wltbI out result The Texas democratic State conven tlon after a prolonged contest adoptI an antiexpansion platform- Mark Hanna says be Intends to cany this year Goebel law or no IIKcntucky We shall see- The peoples party will bold a conI ventlon at Louisville Aug 1 to nominate a candidate for governor William S Jennings was nominated governor on the 44tb ballot by the democratic State con ventlon of Florida A poll of preferences for a democrat candidate for vice president sbowsl- David Bennett Hill of New a favoriteBoth Wilson and Brown agreed that a special judge should act In Leslie and that the contention between should be settled by tbe courts Aaron Kobns opinion that the law Is against an election for governor this fall is meeting with strong Indorsement from members of the bar of tbe State This seneeless editorial appears In the Somerset Paragon Goebelltes cant fool anybody Into believing thm are going to nominate a 1tbar for candidate Kansas City Star says that tbe caterers will lay In a supply of 210000 bottles of beer and 50000 loaves of Abroad The Louisville Times wants to know what they waut with so much breudd was bred in old Kentucky where the meadow grass Is blue but the color of his makeup bad a streak of yellow too take him Mount youre very lucky to shelter a stilT like Bill Cyntblann Democrat Justus Goebel has left Frankfort for Phoenix Arlz and his departure takAn to mean that no further effort will be made to apprehend Fugitive Taylor until the trial of the other con splrators has begun Tbe climax of tbe most disgraceful and disgusting epoch in tbe political history of America Was reached when tbe representatives of the republican party In National convention cheered and honored a selfconvicted assassin and a fugitive from outraged justice W Skunk Taylor Danville News One thing we mountain boys do know Yerkes cant win the office of governor of Kentucky on his personal beauty shapely leg good clothes and trained society ways One thing we suspect Yerkes is playing for thee favor of Washington and official pa tronage should McKinley win the presidency more than for civil liber ty In Kentucky Somerset Journal If ever a people were Bcourged with issous In the school of experience thai- were calculated to teach them to stand together In defense of common right surely we have had those lesson within tbe last 12 months If there ever was an honest man Identified with the democratic party who for reasons sat isfactory to himself has strayed away its fold within the Hast few years surely If he Is ever to be reclaimed aid enat bed as a brand from jrnlng that persons reclamation redemption have been wrought oat r him by tbe last six months of republl denomination Senator Black nburn J Gen Muc Arthur has issued nt1 Manila a notice of amnesty days are given in which to renounce the Insurrectionists and StatcslTboany part of tbe to they may desire to go Each man who presents s rifle in good condition will be paid no pesos A peace plan provides for amnesty return of confiscated property employment In the and navy when established of tbe rev olutlonary generals application of revenues to needy soldier guarantee personal rights civil government and the expulsion of the friars Whoever brought about the cxhlbl Itn of W S Taylor former governor heolucky at the Philadelphia con entt 1D committed a deplorable india cletIOITile move was theatrical conception but It utterly failed of InI dramatic effect Intendedto tne creditor the deleates be It said Taylor is now a fugitive from justice The gov ernor of IndLina in violation of his ear constitutional duty declined surrender him to the authorities of Kentucky and whoever goes out of his way to do him honor affronts the State Kentucky and not merely tbe demo of tbat Commonwealth It was OlIsh to eleit him as a delegate and was even more foolish to attempt to him before the convention Chicago Post repJD K Jones of Berea aged 05 was struck by a K C train and Instantly killed His family supposed him in He left his room and walked on track Just before the train was due leave a wife and several children uL BRIEF NEWS NOTATION M M Harber died In Richmond yes a The Louhvlllc saloons paid In 8129 or last week for licenses- A 20000000 steel plant Is to be erected near Basic City vaJFour prisoners with n case saw cut their way out of the Scottsv11leE jail John Fltzherrlng shot and killed of Thompson over SI in Hancock Tens James Smith one of the wealthiest to farmers in Grant county committed suicide by hanging Ninety persons were killed and 3i2b wounded In a fight between troops peasants In Bulgaria Frank Gllmore shot outraged and murdered an aged luJy near New Or leans aud was lynched Filipinos ambushed 100 web of tbe 40th Infantry killing seven and wound 11 One Is missing Salt Lake City bad tbe hottest day Friday In eight years tbe mercury registering 100 in tbe shade It is expected that 100000 persons will attend the reunion of Roosevelts rough riders at Oklahoma CltIRlngllng Bros 20000 elephant broke a blood vessel while rearing up and walking at Owensboro and diedITbe passenger packet Dick Brown sunk near Cincinnati Saturday but its passengers escaped without injury Win MorrUon was sentenced to death at Springfield Tenn for the murder of Douglas Coffman of KenI lucky At Cedar Rapids Ia Chas Mefford a lunatic killed a man probably fatally wounded a man and woman and then committed suicide The strike situation at St Louis ha quieted down and cars are running on 11all entlrel1Itevery day for the past month and Ilreat1 damage has been done to property and crops G H Bryant was thrown from harvesting machine In Favette Both were covered from his body which 1tlles likewise terribly mutilated He to death After Frankfort workmen bad tried for three days to open the safe In the treasurers office a cracksman in the penitentiary was sent for and he bad it open in 20 minutes A cyclone passed over Beaver county O T killing three men and fatally Injuring two others Thousands cutle were stampeded and DfI houses demolished The labor of 400 convicts at Frank fort ut 40 cents each per day and 20 at Eddyvllle at the same price was let by Iitbe prison convcteslouers Mason Foaro get the men who will work on shoes and brooms The Chinese minister at Washington told the president that his government could maintain order In China and ask ed him not to cnd trorps there Tbe president said he was eorrv but be really couldnt accede to the request On the Cbtuatro North western road Sunday six persons were killed one III missing and 35 were Injured The train was heavily loaded wltb excur slonlst and collided wltb a freight train live miles South of Green Bay WIA granite monument to tbe Confederate dead wu unveiled at Huntlngion W Va Saturday with much oratory and very Imposing ceremonies It is IS feet high and is surmounted a lifesize bronze figure of u soldier ConfederateI At Grandvlow Ind tlsald a Negro was chased by a mob badly woutued for making a derogatory of the white women ofj Grandvlew The Negro was finally brought across the river Into Kentucky by an otHorfr o save him from the mob Fortyone passengers and trainmen wore killed law Saturday night In a wreck on the Mucon branch of tbej MODoOOUlhle death save thosa in the sluaplng car Nut a tralumun escaped The wreckage caught Lire and many of the unfortu flutes were burned w death A U Gilllgun a young man was IS years by a jury In Isle of IIWIlnt county Va after a three trial for killing Beverly Turc 1er with whoie pretty daughter Isabel was In love aud who bad ordered him to stay off his place GIlligan says reIql1Qstlu each other arms In tbo stable lot lion Dec 27 last Mr Turner came upi a gun In his hand Gllligan said did the killing in self defense denied that she was with Gil ligan and said she bad not spoken to him for a long wuilo The evidence was against Gilllgun uut tbe had just enough doubt as tu premedltatj PlltIlsbment1OSIIlble banging A WOMAN answering ths description of Henry Logano wife was killed In Louisville by a street car Sunday and us his wife failed to return on the colI excursion Sunday bo fears that IIoredshe MATRIMONIAL MATTERS G S Dick and Miss Mollie Denny of schools in IMartinMiss Bottle Walls 10 were married at olin Wagners near McKlnney Sunday John Whitehead a farmer living near New Harmony Ind killed his wile and himself in a fit of insanity Virgil Cover and Miss Ethel Hill were married at Editor L E Hunts residence in Somerset last week I iiL W II Eakue aged 33 committed suicide at his homo in Florence by Of drinking carbolic acid Ho married a week ago Miss Dolly Lewis of Erlang KyMr Davis T Bohon of this city and Lillian Kolloy daughter of Judge It Y Kelley were married Wed Tbo groom Is a son of George Har odsburg Democrat Miss Luclo Adams Crook daughter Ii tbe late Col CasMus Crook the coal king was married at the homo of her ty auntMrs Chas S Nield at Grays to Mr Wade Gushing a rising young lawyer of Cincinnati Rev James M of Danvllle officiating The Is a beauty and as bright and ac 0 compllsbed as she Is pretty CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Rev H P Walker who bad been retired for several years on account of 11boaltb died at Lexington aged 04 Roy W A Crawford of Paint Lick will asslss Rev S M Rankle In communion it services next Sunday preach lug to begin on Thursday night Dr E O Guerrant returned from a twoweeks trip to the Cumberland mountains Friday preaching In Breatbitl and Perry counties There were 32 additions to the church Jes samine Journal Protracted meeting at Old Union Fayette county conducted by Revs Sbarrard and Shouse closed Sunday with a total of 27 additions Eld Sbar Irard baptized 17 In a pond Sunday af ternoon Cyntblan Dacmocrat A camp meeting will be held at Preachersvlllo July 1122 In the wood land on tbe BIngaman farm Revs E K Rice and H B Cockrill and other ministers will do the preaching and 8Mlu Nettle Springer a renowned so loist wilt have charge of tbe singing Notify Rev S M Carrier If you wish a tent or other lodging place oldestIministers in Central Kentucky died at his home In Richmond of paralysis of 18tll brain He was born In Fleming county in 1830 and was in his 70tl year He was a graduate of Centre College Danville being a member of the fatuous class of 57 He was at ono time pastor of the Presbyterian church In Stanford where he has legions friends More recently his time wi devoted to evangelical work In Sout ern Kentucky Besides a devoted wife eight children are left They are tbe Rev William Crow of Frankfort D McPherran Crow of Versailles Prc Robert Crow of Danville Mrs C C Crooks Misses RulbLucy Letitla and Bessie Crow or Richmond JLIAm ERt1PTIO3 rLnlDK and Ire Sore tr Uolli Keloni Con Chspihindlb mlrei out Pain aDd Acbn Onlr ik a box Cure iuinnlr tl Sold IVnnr lriigtl l OLD MOCK WHISKY George Wcathurford has a contract for FULL CONTIIOI SALE of Old Mock Vhli kriolIustouTllle Ky II O MOCK Danville Ky FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Lofiau Wood Manager FRITH HOTEL T rSAMOISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY ronldttJkMat turn W S BEAZLEY D DS1 Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With VltaHifcJ Air Physician In attend ance Office In the New Thompson UulMlnp Tfa MSLoon HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror nicaHtcr Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds table Everything firstclass Porter t moot all trains 89 T Produce And Junk Wanted highest Club Prl v ill for Srun Irun KiiKS V hayI r Iwiuslil ifn li fur Ginseng Weharvlncaivil In Ftnnfurd fur the jmrclmso of fet Clilrtkem Hides Wool IVuthvr Ac UV pHT for Ilnop 400 IlCr hundred Hlxhmt ioili prine for Urns Uopper OBI1 li n St two iloors from Mili Orlnx in yuir Irodnco and et our r c 8TASlut1I VRnprc C i JIIIlo or u u of farm implements tools waOons and vehicles oT all kinds wayotsayinfinish I t does ittoo Irs e asmuch as use llWars r them out and a fewcents invested in NC P will elmr dollars in wearl cap expensive necessitfeSt WIB MROBERTS I twx8Y CWW DII01J1 HON JAMES D BLACK Knox County U a candidate for the nomination for the ollleo of Governor sub lect to the action of the Democracy DINK FARMER a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party He solicit your support JOHN C PEPPLES a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couuty subject to the action of the democratic par YouraupportU solicited FOR RENT I The property at Crab Orchard latclv oc cupied by Mrs M A Singleton It Include residence garden pasture c Apply to II Singleton Crib Orchard Ky 21 PHUITT BROS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOllKLAND KV Quick sail tfflrlrnt atlrntloa to burial rlrgint new lirinx arm stuck of Vlltni CIOttI ltoW o UlIolSh dock of Kurulture siwsys on band right is WI PARKHILL M D HOMSOPATH1C PETSICIAU Or tarkhlli has lisii 20 years exierience In the general prantk of medicIne RIIII OfteN hu services to the public of Stnnford and vicinity Special Attention glren to ehrnnt Cases opioite Ooert house ovei IIMI urn unvij rtublo Oillee hours front i to 5 r si 112QOU S4 o qp S35O3OO250S225 offOR MEN Sb200 i75 oysfALLTHELAT5TTNEIE- VERY KtND9 r AS HOEStIt will pay you to examine tbe W jiL Douglas shoes and see for il yourself that they are just uff U good In every way as those for a H which you have been paying ff l5 to fj For style com ff fort and service they cannot be surpassed ff V by custommade shoes or FOR SALE BY Cumnjins a McClary Desirable Fann At Private Sale d1ltlnllo RLatuu cllinutc on account o luv beauS I wlll11 Kt prlvulu wtlu nlJ farm lIt JSO iicrr In Went Lincoln Count Kentucky SJi tulle KHU it Iliwloovllle and 1H milt Wt of UcKlnnt on O S It It Tut term nnd improretnonu are amen the boil In the lime Ores region of lie tucky The dwelling U n mudnrci brick am trame metal rut containing rooms fltl luilU portfh and verandah Outballdlnp Include to plenlli Hiidooroinodloui burm with It Imx stalls shtd room for ittIi or Set sheep other building lucluiJt Icehoune buggy house met house ooo iiuu u poultry liouse Mower pit and gnu truant houso of live room tht bullfllnr itn In llr tcla s ropulr and eomparutlrelt oe Never falling orchard of bunt variety ut fruit The larger iwrtlon of this tarn li fir tilUM tobacco nnd hemp laud Abundance of never fulling wutar four rock walled pond In addition to brunch tbrougli outt vide of the placu 2W nero of farm In blue gtill or meadow with 10 ncres In wheat and corn funclug In oxcvllent con 1IIIIUtllllllI division II a square tonvllle nnd McKlnnney Turnpike ThU homo and farm has to be stun to bo appre elated Any one wishing to ecnre n very dcslrubln place vrljl rarely meet will an Krtiinliy to hid this quality on the market Terms liberal Any ileilrlnc Inspect tlio premlsen are Invited to call on or me at KyI The Soulhern Kulud Investment Comp Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST a Home Office Lexington KT Office UuUrllle Ky llraoch Offices it Ne iwrt K wf Vi Ualtlmore iliL lhIlaJ lpUI Ia Fail To Certificate Ililiars 29213225 Pag1eI3 neIJrTflInd 96Oj925 f WE SUBMIT Gracefully to the inevitable We have only a few weeks left In which to move nn Immense stock of Summer and Hot Weather Goods J Wo realize that the volume of business that we must Jo In the next few weeks will have to be enormous to clean up time stock Prices will do It and we have determin ed to sacrifice our entire stock of hot weather g- oodsSPECIALS I Pull ynnl wide Percale dark and light pattern to select from Well worth lOc Our price t 5caApron check Gingham 4c 10 Yards of good Calico 35C 25 Dos Ladies Shirt WnUis made of best Sea Island Percales nnd Liwns48c Ladles llibbed Vests 3 for lOc1 A lUg Drlvn Mens blue Cottonado Panti thb week only35cThr-ee spools of Machine ThreadiocMens Elastic Seam Drawers worth 76o time worldover49e Shoe Bargains One lot Ladles 12 60 Shore In 2 anti 2 to close for 60c One cine Ladles Tan Oxfords units lion vesting top all leather 4Sc One case Ladles tan strap Sandals food style worth flW go for COo Mens Plow lioes 73c Mens all solid Dress Shoes 1110- Mens Tan Shoes worth I1J50 only OSo Clothing Bargains Boy Knee Pants lOc Hoys1 Crash Knee Pant 16c Hoys Linen Suits sailor collar double breasted large pearl buttons worth 1160 only 75c Boys Linen Costs well made 35o Ieus Linen SuttsJI OS Mens black Wort l lants 03c A big line of 12 W Punts left to close tat 183 Remember we are sole distributors of the celebrated DutQhcss Trousers the best pints in the world Krrrything In MPUS Suits All grades from J2 08 up Notions Furnishings Two bunches finishing Braid 6c- Hlg Drive 10 dot Ladloa ieamtets fast black hose worth lOc eterywhere only 5o- Mens gray Cotton hose 0 for 25c CO Dot Mens tan half hoc mcrverlied and high colored heels suit toes worth 25c our price I6o- Mens fancy llalb Underwear worthflo only 4Sc per suit All colors in Mens Negligee Shirts Silk Madras or Percale fronts collars at tachrd or detached 35o to Jl Five dot Stun Walili full quality ruralLy only 73c Ladies Ready to Wear Garments Ladlcta Linen Skirts trlmmrd In white Tate giving a nice cued only 60c Ladle blue duoc Skirts nicely trim mel only T6c Ladle Hough Craih Skirts the proper thing only DOe A FLYERLadys Skirt stylish Shirt Waist Sailer Hat and Fan forf126We hue bought Hunting for the 4th of July In suoh iuantitc that we are able to supply all parties wholesale prices Louisville Store SKLINCER BROS PRORS T T RANEYMGe Stanford Female CollegeN- ext Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pres Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1846 Assets 0941971778 Liabilities GJS 107072tij Surplus 502569322 The Best Policy The Best Company Annua Dividends Before plaoin your ap plicatlcation for Life Insurance se- eR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky r References Our Policy Holders I S S S S S SS S S S S S I I S S I S 0 S HIO LINE OF CLOFiXINFG i6t For Men Itov aud ItnlJren IS 41ODD PHNTS K SP6C1KLTY 11 S- See our Line of Custom Made Punts at 260 to II 25 per pair w E PERKINS Cnb Orchard Ky 4 4 + + + + r ASK FOR THEM Wo have the Size iu SHOES AND OXFORDS Aid will please and fit you In reduce lot These are for women only These prices wilt be made Hegardlws of Cent CALDWELL LANIER Danville Time Leading Shoe anti Furnishing House of Danville THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This is now the mot uptodate Gallery iu Central Kentucky having been re optuJscienceTHESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of tbe very Uatest Designs ir jVJouldisPatterns never sold In this locality beforehave to be Seen to be llle for framing lrom the sll1lllost photograph to the most elaborate painllngl Bultalll1tJlIcate WeA124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky i t 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOIW KY JUNE 26 1900 E C WALTON HUHJNKSS MANAOKH TUG best materials combined with care kill and accuracy Insure good results No other methods arc over used In our proscription work Pena Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP MIss LUCY BAILEY of Mercer with Mill Anna Cook Miss DKSSIK HiciiAHD9of Danyllle li with MlM Nettlo Wray Mus WM HICK of Richmond III vlsltlnjr Mln Freda Molor THEODORE POWELl was In Adal last week visiting hit parents MRS II W HOCKKII and chlldrci returned to Kansas City Sunday Miss ORACE TUDOR of Crab Orchard Is with Ml as Myrtle Hujhca Miss ANNETTE R Ducic of Now York City Is with MM E T Beozley Mils MAUDE LAXororiD of Louis vlllo It the guest of Mrs J A Wright MISSES UKSSIE DATSON and Stella Morgan are with Mrs W B ODan nonMit JKURY SMITH of ICnoxvllla pout seveal days at Mrs M McKln neys MISSES MAUDE AND ERNA DROWN of Orick Mo are with Mrs Ed Wit klnion MRS J W WKATiiunronu of Kn nil Texas t visiting relatives at Hue tonrlllcOR L DAVISOK it back from Chicago where ho took a course In dentistry JOHN BLANICKNStm Livingston lightning contractor was hero Sunday and yesterday MISSES ANNIE EVANS and Lelllo Roberts of Danville are visiting Mrs Mark Ilardln- SAMICL H ROUT hall moved his family to Covlngton whoro ho will en gage In business MR AUSTIN SOMMBR3 Is back from Indianapolis where ho went to see hit brother married MISSES LULA MAY BKUOE and Suo Lee Uarlan of Boyle wero guests of Mil Lima Bruce MKSHIIS JS 1IOCKHR and E C Walton were In Somerset yesterday attending court loin J W SAUBK of Ilarrodsburg came up with his daughter Miss Mary Kay to the contest MRS JOIN A HALOBMAN and fami ly have gone to Crab Orchard for the lummer Courier Journal KUJAH MOORE who was hero Sat Urday Iays that It Is very probable that Liberty will have a lair this year ints PETTUS of the Somerset Jour r Oiss with his brother W A and R II Pettui of the Gilbert Creek vlclo Itv MR AND Mns JosEiii K CLAUNCH of Somerset will arrlvo today to visit her parents Mr and Mrs James E LynnMISS itLIACARPENTRIt who rep resented Millcrsbug In the contest was the guest of Miss Salllo Lynn dur ing her stay hero Miss MIr WILSON CARPENTER will leave shortly for Boston to take a course in the Dalton Conservatory of Mailc Danville NowIMil S D YOWBLL has been added to the traveling force of the J P Frank Wholesale Grocery and Hard ware Company Ad vocatc MISSES SfK WlUTLBY AND NFLUE- Ml KlllY are at home from Sherman Texas where they graduated with high L icors in Carr Burdett College 1It Goy BRADLKY spent Saturday w tb Mrs R C Warren and took Miss t untune home with her who had II nt u delightful week with her coos is the Muses Warren Jt DIF VINCENT BOREINO was a pu- trcr on Sundays Northbound train Lc toiii that thu republicans will weep Kentucky this year but ho look ii as if be was jell foolln THAT splendid gentleman uncom prom sing dumocritl and good pbysl tilanDr J Caldwoll will move frocj Pi rryvlllo to UarrodsbOrg greatly tn hr regret of Boy la county people in generalMus WARD LATIMER of ItcliiiiiUfitoe Mo and Misses tlonrl ctta ants Louise Rochester of Louis vote arrived yesterday to visit their biicr Miss Bottle Rochester at Dr Ow jey s Mis AND MRS K U BKAZLIJY roo over the arrival of their first Lore whlih oceurrod Sunday It weiglicd pounds and him boon named Jasephnr lor MM Us mother Mr no ry LOri already entered her In tic xt yur s Ilocutloimry contest LOCAL HAPPENINGS MtMlS nrolroin the West End Ni tv neck wear ut Cummins fe Mc 0 frys DONT miss Jones lawn sale this week All profits oil FIRE WORKS of all kinds for 4th of July at Dexter DALLOU8 BARUAINS In Icu Chests und Refrig orators at Warren ds Shanks ICELAND Peerless Freezers for quick freezing Gee H Farris Co LOST ladles umbrella with wood curl handle Leave at this olllco TilE L N will sell round trip tick 2 3 and 4 good ate at li lures on July returning the 7th NoTtcsFour city taxis for the year 1000 are due Settle by July 1 L R Hughes collector r wood workman WE have a ttrstclajs in our shop who Is prepared to do any kind of work Deazlcv Bros I STORE your wheat with us at 1 cent per bushel per month and get the ben em of any advanco J H Baughrnan Co HAMILTON for good watch work Tim INTERIOR JOUIINL2S co umns twice a weekonly 81 per yea I AM making special low prices 00 flooring colling and cypress shingle A C Sine FRESH car load lima salt aDd cement lust received W 0 Greening lIu8tonvllloITilE school at Lvnnwood Miss Mc Whortcr teacher will open Mondaj July 10 W M Mathony asks us to state Fort buggy and walton tires rims and spokes barbed and smooth wire all sizes at rock bottom prices go to Hll S Bucks Foil ReNTStorehoue In Morolam 22x02 new small dwelling attached host stand In town J W Huston Moreland Ky TilE U D C will utatmy homo this Tuesday afternoon at 3 i M aDd a full attendance Is desired Mrs J W Alcorn president THE tux books ore now ready and tho o who desire to pay will please cal at my office and do so as It will bo gladly received S M Owens J S bought over 400 acre of land In Pulaakl county yeslerdry be longing to J S Hughes for 11000 Somerset electric Tight stock at e2 andI TilE McIUnDObench ban boys 30 sluggers 1bey bent Hustonvllli M to 6 Saturday afternoon and the game was not played out so onesldei walt countsandattend the bloomer game of ball hero Wednesday afternoon Come and help the boys SEVERAL farmers wero running their wine binders Sunday same as any other day and some of the preacher h rente n to have them before the trend JurItally bright and attractive young lady titer visit to her sister Mrs J S wsley Jr returned to her home in Franklin Saturday Tim L N freight depot at Juno Ion City caught tiro Friday but the ilazo was extinguished before much amuge was done Sparks from an enI Ilno started the fire pep THE directors of the Uaitonvllle Joalr niol Saturday and finally fixed tug 12 and 3 as the dates for the air so George D Weatherford tele booed ut yesterday- S Rtys toLiberty that Jesse loDowcll nephew of Mrs R T Mercc and who lived with her until eoenlly killed himself with a drug at Irwin III He was a very popular ouDg ma- nMustcMies M retLewla will nitructln piano mandolin and guitar at f3 60 each a month She Is highly ccommended by Mrs Ledyard of Caldwell College and has proven her leU a very competent teacher Tim Bloomer girlwere winning Igbt along from the Plttsburgs when nine drunken men began shooting blob frightened them so they lontout 13 to 7 Tho Stanfords ought to turn a mouse loose If they want to win the awe here tomorrow from them r HCSS LLTho oldest man In the ounty that we know of died yetor ay afternoon on tho farm near Hus jnvlllo that ho had lived for 06 years hen Undo Jimmy Russell after an onorable life of 00 years was called from earth He married a sister of the latu Coorad Carpenter who preceded him to the grave some 20 years Savon hlldron were born to them and nil ox copt one aro living Mr Ruesoll wasn member of tho Christian church and a ood citizen Burial this afternoon on tb8 John Rout farm IN the circuit court thu case of T J ulton vs the L A N for 10000 lam ailed was on Friday and Saturday reo ultiog in a verdict for the railroad Mr Culton swore that in a shakeup on the K C division ho had two ribs broken and u log sprained but railroad men and others testified that there wag no hakoup and that Mr Culton must bae received his injuries come other ay Ho was represented by Messrs W G Welch and F F Bjbblttand the railroad by Messrs J W Alcorn and L L Walker Bon V Smith of omoratt was sworn In as an attorney In this court Tho juries wero dlsl itiarged Saturday till tomorrow when emu civil cases aro set for trial Tho ommonwoalth business Is through Guuiilis The ceremonies attending tbo burial ut Lt Hayden Young Srubbs who was killed In the Philippines at Danville Saturday were in ercatlng and notable They wero par Iclpated in by the Confederate voter ins Grand Array veterans Danville aUluiry company Centro College ilumnl and citizens Addresses were node by Rev HA Surorall Hon J D McCreary and John S Van Winkle and prayers by Dri E M Green and John M Worrall A military escort from the Oth infantry Fort Thomas In barge of Lt Trotter accompanied the aledlctoilIlan loR the war with Spain he was lleuten IInl colonel of Hoods regiment of 1m tunes and later refused an appointment as colonel In the volunteer service to resume his old place ail tat lleuten ant in the regular army In the Philip lines He was 27 years old a second on of Capt W E Grubbs one of itonewall Jacksons men and a brother or Mrs E T Beazey of this place TilE Cincinnati Southern will run a cheap excursion from Junction City to Cincinnati next Sunday DONT miss those Jg6lneon fife 5 c counter this week 71 and lOo Lawn and Dimities In tbcsc Severance Sons POINTJLLB b pretho very latest summer dress goods See thom If you want something extra nice J P Jones ALL the colored applicants for teach ore certificates passed this time leav- Ing room for suspicion that the ques lions bad leaked Se TIlE Dancing Masters Atsoclatlo has decided that In waltzing the bodle of the dancers must not touch but tbo average dancer will say tell wits suchManclng as that Tim 4th July entertainment will begin at 0 A M with a salute of 13 guns the signal for the parade to form near tho Danville tollgate and at K oclock sharp movo After the return of the parade there will bo speaking music and balloon ascension In the potatoItest balloon ascension and parachute descenslon the whole to close with grand fireworks at night Everything free ANOTHER tANS WIFE Some five weeks ago a man giving hit name as J W Sharpe applied to C B Mays tbo blacksmith for u job apd received It lie moved a woman supposed to be his wife and two children Into a portion of Mays house and all went well for a time The actions of Sharpe and the woman grew suspicious however and Mays told Marshal O J Nowland about It That otUccr went to work on the case and found out that the woman was not Shapes Wife but the wife of Joseph white a coal miner at Drlcevllle Teun Mr Newland wrote to Wbh an0 received a letter telling him to ar rest the pair Sbarpe was arrested and fined 610 for living with the woman Sunday morning early White with three men arrived here and called on the marshal who told thom he would meet them at 030 and at that hour they called at Mays house The erring wife was there but Sbarpe had ned The meeting of the father and children was pathetic indeed but no loving glances were exchanged by White and wife 1huy talked over the matter though End she finally agreed to return home with him and they left on the afternoon train for home Marshal Ncwiand lays the men with Mr White were heavily armed and trouble would doubt lets have followed had they found Sharpe As soon as they saw there was jo chance to find him the three men oft town for McKtnney where they Tore to take a train for Tennessee Urs White told Marshal Newland that Sharps was her cousin and that they 14thetad paid hor attention whenever tboI occasion presented luelf Mr Mays Is cry much worried that ha has been lying In the house with so disrepute lie a pair and Is anxious for Sbarpe to- caught and prosecuted to the full extell of the law SOMERSET Hardly an average rowd attended the opening of circuit ourt at Somerset yesterday owing to tbe busy season with tbo farmers At U30 court was called to order and udge T Z Morrow delivered a forceful charge to tho grand jury which onelgtcd of 11 white men and one very lack Negro After this a number ofI rnisky eases were tried and at 1 Judge Morrow gave way to Congressman lucent forcing who made goodI hort speech After his effort tho ourt wee resumed and whisky caseill wero again launched Into The 81 U a largo ooo and not half of the a9o will be tried at this two weeks ortn Somerset is holding her own If no doing a little better Business terns to be good and sonic building Is sing done Ono of the bl In town is ltd f tor L E Hunlt1lDaohlnoI hops which covers round as tho C S buildings In bort while ho will oat only be pre ar odto repair but build almost any kind of inaahlno It is about decided hat Somerset will have a fair this yonr likely in September Thoro will be no races but good purses will be lvenfor saddle and roadster rings 1bo wife of Judge J J Paul died Sun lap afternoon of cancer of the stomach tad was burled yesterday Besides tho bU band two grown daughters survive W S Elklns cashier of the flank of lurnside died Saturday He was a unit useful citizen and will be 8I1dlI nltBed News has been tbe death of MM John Henderson of vansas City She formerly lived in ulaskl Childrens day at Sauls ihupel was a big thing Speeches by iromlncul people wero made and Rev JII Ponce tells us that tho 500 or moro people present wore all well fed and pad a good tlmoSome political talk is being indulged In and Black and Beckhara are tho favorites with at this A lojthojetting in readiness for a good Ught his fallEdltor F J Campbellof the Journal has been very Ill for a few lays but is somewhat better Yester day was a good day for the INTERIOR JOURNAL 39 now names being added to its list to only one lostThe barn of W T Doolin of tho Dabney sec Ion burned a few days since together with a lot of feed c By hard work he laved a valuable jack that was In It This paper is under obligations to Messrs W WTate John Gibson Jarve Sloan T J Curtis W J frown A C Martin and others for kind assistance rendered Its bnslnesa Tanager yesterday m Does Your Baking Powder- Contain Alum t Prof Geo F Barker MD Universityof PennCIAll the constituents of alum remain from alum baking powders in the breadand the alum itself is reproduced to all intents and purposes when the bread is dissolved by the gastric juice in the process of digestion Ire gard the use of alum as highly injurious- Dr Alonzo Clark r A substance alum which can derange the stomach should not be tolerated in baking powder Prof W G Tucker New York State Chemist 1 believe it alum to be decidedly injurious when used as a constituent of food articles Prof S W Johnson Yale Collegerr regard their alum and soluble alumina salts introduction into baking powders as most dangerous to health In view of such testimony as this every care must be exercised by the housewife to exclude the over and over condemned cheap alum baking powders from the food Baking powders made from cream of tartar is highly grol acidare promotive of health and more efficient No other kind should be used in leavening food Royal Baking Powder is the highest example of a pure cream tartar powder ROYAL VAKINQ POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK LAND AND STOCKI Flour has gone up 20o a hundred at LexlrgtonW sold to his mother a lunch of wethers at StoO J M Bailey of Boyle has sold 8540 worth of bloodhounds recently Wheat dropped back 2 cents at Chi ago yesterday July closing at See Tip Bruces old Barney will race tgainthla year Many thought be was leadEd Geers thinks that Richard Curtly wIG make The Maid pace do 202 this rearPerry county has had no rain for months and the corn crop there Is ulned In a wreck at Lebanon 03 sheep be longing to John B Graves were killed In a car FOR SALE Fourtwo year old steers milk cows and barrels of corn loc DaUouIIW S Drye of Hunonvllle lost by teeth a very valuable mare last week Je had refuted 8350 for her Strayed or stolen two larco red sows of about 300 pounds weight have been one 10 days Reward Miss Jane aland Smith t Nell bought in Cumberland ounty 200 sheep at 8fl 18 mixed cattle Ill 3c and a big yoke of oxen at 4c Adair New L Joseph agent purchased In flour 1on and adjoining counties nearly SO 100 lambs all to go between Juno 10 ind Aug 15 at 5 to Me- Llout Gibson was defeated in the American Derby at Chicago Saturday owing In third Sidney Lucas won aDd James came second Joe ColTey Joe Wright John YenK rand I S Tovln sold 4UO acres of wheat to Anderson A Splllman the Janvlllo mlllara at e- Dr Hugh Reid found the fine half Hereford bull that Dr J B Owsley gave him with hU log broken Saturday and hud to kill him The bay gelding trotter John Nolan record 209 was sold at Cleveland 0 by Hublngor Bros of Hartford Conn to 0 G Kent for 310000 E P Woods soldtbreo cur loads of lambs at Cincinnati Saturday at 51 for tops and 4J for tall They averpeed Jli pounds there losing seven pounds en route W G Cowan sold to Wilkinson A Allen probably the finest lot of limte ever raised in the county There 250 of them and their average was 03 lbs Ho got Gc Mr Cowan raised them all B F Sanders b Co shipped lust week closing with Friday 1022 lambs lo Louisville They wero of the best Duality averaged 75 pounds and brought from 7 to ToBarrodeburg Davis have during the past three weeks bought 100000 bushels of wheat delivered In Danville Burgln und Nlcholasvllln at frpm 05 to 80 centaAdocateAt wheat was at COJo Juno 4 The same Saturday closed at the greatest advance since Joe Lelt ers corner In the advance of 21 half jf It within a couple of weeks there U ao evidence of manipulation 1 ho most remarkable rise In the history ot be hoa11of trade is due to Northwest crop reports Enormous fortunes tbeen made and there have been n failure w ce M J Farris sold and delivered to D IN Prewltt Advocate a car of IGupound hogs at Wumboran Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Fnrc better than ever Fishing season In full blast Daily barks to and from station Lots of amusements S A model Summer resort partiaIJ B OWENS Moil Parker Lake Ky O TheGreen StoreHU- STONXIILLE New Stock of Dry Goods Notions GentsTur nishing Goods ShoesClothing Hats CarpetsMattings c They stele all bought before recent ml vances and coil equertly tIlt prices nru lower than other lurKS bought since poods went Up See lilY new line of Hot Weather Clothing Low Cut Shoes and Straw Hals- JAMES FRYE THE FIFTH AVEKOTEL- Louisville Kt The most centrally located und only FIFrSICLASShotel 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres 0Street cars paw the door to all ptrti of the City Everything neat and clean 14d I Have Located in Stanford on Depot St Neir Main for tIe purpose of SSlUBrf SccotdrJfa Jd 8 flew clot i17g At BARGAIN PRICES I am selling Clothing Cheaper than it WM ever sold in the town of Stanford before I also carry a Complete Line of Gents Furnishing Qopds Come and Get My Prices THE CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE i IF YOU AREThrough painting your house hanging your curtains washing your windows piper lag etc phase 4 RETURN OUR STEPLADDER And Oblige Higgins McKinney P S Also bring our Monkey Wrench Screw Driver Hatchet Hammer and Saw with you 6OMOR T I I Is What You Want This Hot WeathertThen Go To HJMcRobertsFor that Golf Hat latest thing out Lnen Hat Straw Hit A Cool Soft P Silk Or Madras Shirt Low Cut Shoes and Serge Coats and Vests L FIFTY PIECESv CHOICE LAiNS Our offering In this week GREAT CUT t PRICE SALB I All Fresh New and just In season You have been reading about Great Reduc tion1 on summer good but if you want to sea some Genuine Bargains price cur Corded Taffeta Lawns Flowered Organdies Dimities A Figured p And Silk Org mlle In solid colors Come early and you will flmTJust what you want at a Genuine Bargain JOHN R JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad i bi r1 i1if rk 112 e tr t r I ta I Replenished I I a j Is our stock nf Summer Wears for Ladies 4 m New Wash Goods Ties Fans Belts hc Reside our stock of slaple goods Is very com plete Wo have excellent assortments of SHADESIAND CURTAINS Itit Gloves Cor tUndprw er Shoe and Slippers IALMOSTA can YTHING I InI 1 wear at JVSmSEVERANCE S 1I0uteLtCourt mOllposlle Ji tJ ri I J A ALLENCO Contractors And guilders STANFORD KY lave now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pine Flooring Celling Doors sash Blinds and alt ot Dressed apd Hough Lumber Shingle and tlteelltoooDg Lo CUlt lot sic We make tlmMesou any kind of work wanted opposite Drt L B Cooks LL pO 0Jj r I 11Tiliiii IQ MINTEhlOR JOURNAL Snttred n the pottoffice at Stanford IU uwnddau matter r llUahecSXueecSavnd FrtcSv- n ftl PER YEAR CASH will be charged i When not aopaid aOO KNOXVILLE OIVISIOM North ll 88 a m 21 Train going 25 hz a m South 12 85 k m t31l62 I m For all lolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION IIIo2S ArrrlTW at Stanford at 105 A No Jl Learn Stanford at 210 o21 Arrives at Rowland at 1200 DAY 23 Learca Stanford at 230 P X QUEEN I CRESCENT Tralni going South paw Junction City No o3 not stop No3 11JO P x No8 1122 AM lio 9 M r IGoing South No 2l downt atop o4 348 so 1Z p U o 10 S FRANKFIRT ANB CINCINNATI Trims leave Frankfort at 660 340 r and r X connecting at Georgetown with the Q A O Itoturntna leave arlt JiSO and 840 p reaching Frankfort after connecting with Q C traIns at l 710 r ii and 9 IS r Tea Utter train fearea for Georgetown at 715 F J U NEWTON 0 AI SOUTHERN RfllLWflY ON KENTUCKY Cea4aaa4 Sttatate a Eftat Msy to IMO mABTBOCHD No L No rNr-v Louisville 74Aam tOOpm 74lpm Ar helbyrUle 91m 1I3pm IIorrm- At Lareuoebg eEOaml 63pm 645pm Ar Versatile 47pm IttCHpm Ar Lexington IdiSaml 715pm WISTBOVD No a NNLv Leziaeto 7hm t3pm 5l5iam Ar Verat1Iea Me ropm am Ar t reneabc RSOam SiSopm 53am Ar HhelbyTlllM 015pm 8SOam Ar LoularlUe iaJaml 740pm 750am SUUTBODIta WUTBODHIX Ka lllNo ILl BTAnom tKo rNTI lMpmria40nm 810a- mTlpm Ua4tani 440pm 7anm- UOpm 1OKIIAr UurglQLTl 430pm 71ianl lASTBonvu WUTBOUMD I511oe9TATIOa No I tNo rii Ar Itt40am 740pm LSEpm dlOamilr ShelbrllAr MOam i3pm- t47pm OZam LY Vmikia Ar Oam pm Tlffpra ILlOmmlAr Mldwsj 7SO m IOpmI 7sOpm iL3i Ar Georctn Irl 700am EASTBOUND WKSTBOITNU tNo I tNoIANo 6 tXt i741atn v KLSiim rim Lv Vemlles Ar 7SOam 0fpm- llOi m 7 Ar NIchlvlU Ir B5Mm 4ftpn llMipsi aaajan Ar nicbmnd Lvl 6aimI1LpmIIA Inrice Lv lipm BTATIOKS NO No Li LoutaviLle74Sam 74pIn Ar Lexington loC 1m 1apm- Ar 1noxvItie7pm 74oun Ar A hevlllo Vltom Liupra- Ar Savannah Mftora Ar JackKonvlllo 1Iam- Lv Cbatloiiooca dnspm l vim Ar Atlanta 1055pm llM ira Ar Mwon I25ntm SKpm Ar JackaonTllle 3Uam latDprn LV 4Vim 1000pmlll01ArAr New Orleanaa HSOaml No 3 through sleeping ear Loull1Ie to lllr ralneham via Lexington and Cbattanooca No I tee obsenatlon ch lrcar LouUrlllD to LexIngton No ft free obaerrstlon cbalr car Lexington M LouUTllla No Kleeplngtar Birmingham to LoultTllla via Lexington All tralna between Louisville Lexington snd BurgSn dally Between Veraalllei and Georgetown Noa II and lAdally No 67an 368J llyeic ptSunJ y Between Veraalllei NIcholuTllle Rich mend and Irvine dally except Sunday tpalljr except SundaT Other train dally rSONNo M paM J M CctrT H Washington D C Wublngton DO WATCRKOPA wuaTATLo AGPA Washington DC LoulaTlllt Ky Half Rates to- Cincinnati July 10 1112 Round trip tIckets will be on sale TJ Chattanooga and the Queen Creooent Route from all jolnti Stuth to ind bsd4nnamrd return one fare fort be ClnclonatlII The reduced rates are on account of an nual couventiunBYPU if e 1rlteKit llO mild ihorler than any other line from Chattanooga Atlanta and tlir South Its arhedule are the iUickit ltItrain service la famous with trarrlen nrwhere at the mot pert io the South C Illneanon n r A Cincinnati or 0 L Mitchell A Cliatanooga will tw to tend you free ither lofonnallonII BETWEENI LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE TO California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars 4 Palace Drawing Room Sleepers Eo II BACON D P A W W Cor uta und Mnrliet Sla Louisville MINNESOTA JUDGE ARRESTED He Was Accrued of Dclna a Hnaalan Spr In Jnpam and llavled Into Court In a conversation the other day with some friends In Minneapolis Judge Cixnty late niioclate chief justice of Minnesota said he remembered with anything but pteasure an experl ence he hail ta the quaint little Japanese city of Modje when he was on hivay to China a few month ago He was suspected by the mill tary authorities of being a Russian spy and subjected to great annoy ance and humiliation says the Chicago Chronicle His account of the affair was that he was a passenger on a steamer which anchored a short distance from Modje bay Having unlimited curl osity and considerable time he went ashore and found much to Interest him lie became enthusiastic and de termined to see all that could be seen Finally he wandered Into a parkllke place and against the august person age of a representative of the mikado a military officer of high degree Without offering any explanation the officer unceremoniously bustled the judge off to the military court aud charged him with being in the employ of the Russian government The news spread and the courtroom soon filled with natives Further more a mob outside suggested In order to expedite matters that the prisoner be executed first and tried afterwardThe was arraigned and plead ed not guilty lie asked for a change of venue to the captain of the steam er where he could prove that he was an American The motion was denied but after walking him over the territory he had iraversefl during the day at 11 oclock at night they al lowed him to depart hungry mad and cold CHURCH OF VITRIFIED CLAY A flare Speclnarn of American Archi lecture Lately Eeflt4- la Chicago The new St Pauls Roman Catholic church In this city Is a find In Amer- Ican architecture Gothic in profile Romanefque in principle its acoustic properties are amazing says the Chi cago Tribune- St Pauls church possesses the properties of a soundingboard yet there is thledI1lceIis identical with its acoustic bulaIBoth are in the solid rock 20 low the surface of what once and not long ago was Even the prairieIfied clay The white terra com rnunionrnll pulpit and front of the organ loft are of terra cotta Window snsliefl and water drips are of brick specially designed All the material is nonabsorbent The entire ceiling is of brick and tile vaulting The keystones are terra cotta tfie ribs of the arches and grains of moulded brick Not only is there not an Inch of timber in the structure there is not even a naiL The prevailing color is buff exterior and interior running up to a lighter tone within and down vhere required by symphony into a deep brown ALASKAS MINERAL VALUEI Yielded Almost Enough Gold and Silver Last Tear to Equal Cot Price ItheStates paid 7200000 for Alaska and last year it yielded 5831 855 in gold and surer alone These fig urea are given by the statistician ofthe mint The increase over the precious metal product of 1898 was 3187058 Until last year most of the gold and silver obtained In Alaska came frOm the quartz mines near Juneau and most of the vast increase of last year came from the new fields of Cape NomeI It amounted to about 2400000 says the New York Herald From present indications the next three months will witness an increase of 60000 in the mining population of the territory Most of them will go to the rich auriferous placers of Cape some and miners of long experience say that the gold output of the present year from Alaska will equal that of California and likely that of the Klan dike during 109 nut gold antisilver sire not the only minerals The enormous deposits of copper and coal which Alaska contains will receive attention from the army of adventurers entering the territory this spring and coming summer and It wIn not be at all surprising If they add more to the mineral output of the territory than the gold quartz veins and placer deposits Invented hip Arc Light A patent record which has been un the10rlJlnallight were two Toronto men Henry Woodward a medical student and Matthew Evans n saloon keeper Tile invention completed In 1673 tos the fruit of their joint experiments It was patented in the following year nt St llrlenn ICrnnJt respect Gen Cronje will be better off than The island has Just been connected by cable with England and the Cape so that the ex lied Boer leader may keep In touch with current events High Death hate In Mexico Last year the death rate in the City of Mexico was nearly 44 per 1000 or about the same as that of Bombay It is expected that the opening ol Den drainage system which is to take place soon will cut tlown the death rate onehalf 0 Last fall I sprained my left hip whie handling some heavy boxes The doctor I called on said Ht first it was a slight train and would son be well but it grew worse and the doctor then stud I bad beumatlsm It continued to grow worse and I could hardly get around to woik I went to a drug toe and the druggist commended mo to try ClmmbvrUing Pain Balm I tried It and onehalf ofa 53 cent bottle cured me entirely I now ecommend It to all my frlendsF A ABOOCK Erie Pa It is for pOle by ralg A Hocker 1 IUI Its Bet Dont you kjynr you are a very pre timing young Irtlow inquired the tern parent W the trembling appli cant for his dunter hand- I admit th WMumptlon sir the youth stammer aI think continued the parent oi the beloved one in lila most sarcastic tones that in your youthful carelessness you must have quite overlooked the fact that I am her father I tried to overlook it sir stam mered the youth Cleveland Plain Dealer In ISis Great Act You examined the spots you say said the attorney for the defense and found them to be blood did you Yet replied the expert who had been secured at great pains and expense to testify In the case Will you please tell the Jury how you know it was blood It was thicker than waterAhI cago Tribune The Color Line Im not prejudiced as a general rule said Mr Poindexter looking fixedly at his wife as she entered the room but the color line Is drawn InIthis house from now on Why what do you mean she askedBleached hair doesnt go he retorted violently Philadelphia North American I lMlouir- Ye he started nhotel and hes made a hit too You know the old established place across the street ad vertised itself as a hotel with all the comforts of home he advertised his place as a hotel without the discomforts of home Philadelphia Press Went Ino Far Jilted Lover Why why do you give me up Marguerite Do 1 not carry out your slightest wish I would give up my last penny for youmy last crust of brlndI would run my very feet off to do your bidding Marguerite Thats Just it I cannot bring myself to marry a man who is so easily led X Y World Iloneat Confe ilon Young man said the careful fa ther if I consent to you marrying my daughter you will furnish her the luxuries to which she is accustomed Well said the young man it is more than likely that I wont be buy lag her as many theater admissions as I have been doing for the past year Indianapolis Journal A Situation HipUlned Did you lose any money at the racesNot a cent answered the patient man That was lucky Well I suppose so But I was en titled to some luck You see I had myI pocket picked Just before the first race started Washington Star Slow They Lost lice Why did your cook leave to sudden ly1 She baked two cakes last Saturday one for us and one to take to her married sister When she wasnt look- Ing I exchanged them and took for our own use the one she had intended to give away Chicago TimesHerald Mast Though love may make the world go round Our duty tis to speak It wont repeat the miracle With Chollys ten per week Puck HAItll TO ILEASE Man Old hats Any old hats Boy Say aint der ones lr old enough Golden Da sIIoetry anil Irdte Youre just a room May I said And I was right you see I knew the way she tossed her head She was averse to me Philadelphia Press Meniurement What is your idea of success in life said the inquisitive man Oh I dunno answered Senator Sorghum reflectively I should say anything over 500000 Washington Star Not it Square Ilenl Jones we want to hold n meeting of the Octagon club at your house this eveningI be glad to oblige you Brown but we are not in shape for ltChicngo Tribune Itouee et 1oudalre Tess MUs Oldgirl is making up to Mr Soft- yJessHow do you know TessI enw her making up for him last evening Philadelphia Press An Impertinent Question i Theres plenty of room at the topHow do you know Ever been thereTown Topics Tlmta Whr Why is It always said that a rich man has barrels of money Because lies got so many jaod rolls Yonkern herald S Charles II Mark while acting in the capacity of nurse at the Second Division hospital of the Fifth Army Corp at Sat lingo tie Cuba used a few bottles fo Cnamberlalns Colic Cholera anti IIsr rhoea Ilemedy or diarrhoea and found it to work like a chirm For Bah by Craig Hoclter At Zand river the Boers captured 2000 mall sacks of letters for Lord Robert1 81 tny together with c4000 Vrh of R1 ITCHING LIMBS And All Forms of Itching Scaly Humors Are Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured by CUTICURA Tim Itching and burning r suffered In my feet and limbs for three years were terrible At night they were worso anti would keep mo awake n IIltnblInd MILLIONS MOTHERS rUn1hlch rurlrYJant inaitpeniauie iateV ECK1-S efi ANAI6Nor tliVI 1 ilIot tianMhe ki1oreonte5tI Illustrsitd- o ROBERT CLARKE Lincon County II UcliMll wttk4a1I AiYiY iiIIi lYiViiV RELIABLES fISTICS rSTTFR 180 Market Filth franclcoI M CALJS- MAGAZINE Colored Patterns Fatb II part of the night doctor doctor I was ou tile road most of my also one of our city doctors None of the know what the trouble I got lot of the Bstmtilcs of tile medi clues I liiul using I found of many different that I con cluded that I would to to Cincinnati hospital before would get relief had frequently urged to try CUTICUILV HEMKUIKS hut hail ito faith In them My wife prevailed upon to try them 1rcstol ha- tIa now cured und It Is cure I feel like kicking sonic doctor elffor suffering thrco enrs when 1 could have CUTICUIIA JtCMEIJlKS II JENKINS Mlddledoro Ky COMPLETE TREATMENT Consisting of to cleanse the skIn ot crusts und scales anti soften the thickened cuticle Ointment SOo Itching all1111I1allllllatI01l nail soothe heal anil UIUOLVBST 60et cool anti cleanse blood often aunlclcnt tlio inont torturing scalp lOll humors rashes and irrita tions with 1ms ot hair when physicians tics all else fall Sold throuRnont tho worM POTTFB Diiua AD CIIEM lropj Boston How to and the Skin tree Soar for batiya pUn scalp anti hair It It not only the purrs wrcteit anl mOot refreihing or nurierjr aoapa nut It contains itciicate heat iironettlea ol tal etl from CtfTtctlUA the great akin beautify the akin aralp nml hair and Llu blem l oonilns For heat rashes castIng Intlam msUOns suit eruptions for trotted Itching IrriUUona the scalp thin ana falling hair for red rough hand and stall aUli simple 10 tactile humor It la abaoiuteiy I r iiirjt Recon Lridlni iJflit tcslvsd 133to Contain Beautiful Plates illustrates niter tune doctors been them have been used SoAr Irritation blood serIous oI I JUST PUBLISHED I J- IIIIISSIISSIIIIIIII II 111111 itIU RWlCTUe tilt greatest pol Ideal flabt the which UK nations tyts w re and art yet taratd JtEIIVOI1ES w srnviriu I- and WILMAMH Ono Large Octavo Votnmo Over Illuatmtlona Cloth Kitrm 17IMall Postage Paid Receipt 1rlce This production of havi well performed their biased manner gIving vivid truthful Iiunt mot remarkable camiMlen that took place In this country With free fund of incident II record authors have produced most fasrinatlnc volume of II history same time reliable facts that jvlll be used book reference for years to come IlratCUaa Agent AVautoU Vnoccupltd Territory Vdilrt- ij THE COMPANY PUBLISHERS Nos 31 antI East Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio I SI II IS SI II E S ARNOLD Agentor WC KunMQri JLCci Ot eCf ttRouf new Orleans Rousion 6alcetou and Texas and Southwestern Points easily and quickly rcicd via New Orleans or Shreveport over th- eOuen ana 0rccnt From Cincinnati and the North I PVestibuledOnly One Change Cars to Jackson Vld DUg Houston Laiias Antonio ainnxaMiv ntw catunt IE TO INDIANAPOLIS i iVi ic i CTYLI5H t tE ciiJed by fin t = Jllcue t s NONE = ATANY PRiCe I marly SIOI up them to InS cent IS Addiinyjorntarttt point E THE McCALL COMPANY 2 E 146 t4thStrestNswYork S xriixcn orncia Ave 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tudilllkccilcoocernlogIhe1ateuf sent upon reneit Patents secured expetiKIVuuU II withtattIrse In Tnc 1ATlirtT RKCOUD mi all t circulated Journal Toniulted h Jlarufnctuiertnud Investors atqdforwnitiletciy FREE Addieia VICTOR J EVANS CO l atct Attornrji irs Building WASHINGTON D = G l YEARS EXPERIENCE TRAOC MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone aendlng a aketcband m urorUIn orr opinion free whether an Invention la prubalilr Commu- ntiohlltrlCllfronUdenl aL Handbook on Tatenta ecurlngJfthentslatentiSpecial notice without clurga In t Scientific JHhdericam handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest culation of actenttno journal Term n I inut four months f So4 ntwvlraltn I r 1 FOE EE rJI JOlla property In than town of Orali Orchard W LANDQUAF linger Ky HOTEL FOR sALeLeading llotl In Somerset with good Inulntiu prlncip1I1IraAiMrtM INTJtnioa JOUKMAL JOSrJIED wyfarmWilt LANlXiUAK Krlger KY i 111furoEast NIKVLLA Uttenbelm Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DRilLERS Milledgevillo Ky willdoLUTE A CO BICYCLES REPAIRED 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