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I SEMI A WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL X XVI II 3Gct NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Mrs Polly Page aged 8l died In Coluuibla jl Tho tax levy In MUdlBBboro has boon fixed nt I2 A iHMlolllcfl los boon 08tabll lioil Wnolnin Clay county wllto Haimiol J Wool in poiuiMBiuii A now prwtoillaa has bon oatu uil at Asburf Madison county Uobo rah F Parvon iiosUnustor The 111tu rap says that Mm- lllchanl White who dial nl Doylur vlllo a tow days aka weighed hue JaiLO Culvert of Junction t Ity dli d In Arl oiw where tin wont for lnulili flu was well known here hat Ing assisted thu Stanford bund to play on a nutnbur of oocaflonrt Gon Manager O K limns of thu L V N her appended C It PhelfM perlntcmlnnl of ironKiriuilon Irv wag assistant au erlnMndottl ill NIL hlIlo J L Welsh will iraoMMl him and W M Newbold guetwailt Webb The arrest unit convloilon In Co inn Juilgtt Million rouri last Saturday of Solon Black a former Negro scho1 teacher of Point Lacivel ttarrard county on the oil a rg u of jwddllng tuauhore examination question polve a mye wry which tae long puzzled tim school o Ilccrs In this section Kvery year for several yoar past It linn boon dlecov creel just before ttmohera oxamtoatlon that tho ofllolal question woro In tho hands of numerous wouldbo applicants for lonelier carliflcatoft In this Oar Mrili Uookeaatle Jackson and Instill rounllcM and denplto the Tlgllnnne or tho onioars the quMtlon paddler al ways managed to esoapo doteotlon lUchmond Climax- A poaoa agruamonl haw boon reached nl Mlddloiboro 11 C loN Is to resign as mayor and W II Turner It to get the place whleh the praxonl coun oil had declared vacant TurneD and City Judge Boworih Are tit got salary which the city oonnoll head re1 ftued to pay These coneewlouH wore inado by the democrats while the ro publicans ugrowl to have all the deputy sherlJIe taken nU and to stop the prosecution of exChief of Polloa King who U Indlovod for eonftdnrallng to kilt and nl o to use their InOueuM In having toe IndloUnanl aRnlntt elo lion offenders quashed Both sldea agree U use nil their moral force to help prtuwve law and ordor CAM POll PURCIXOr COtfVKN LIONS- Iureuant te UM order of the demo crallo Stew executive coMtuliice the UomocrnU oT Lloorfti eouoty will as I tumble nl their re gietlve voting plautrt In each precinct July 11 at t V M standard Una to ttalccl delennuw to n county coHvonUofl Ui he held al Uia rourlhouM In Stanford July 10th S M vtandanl time fr We purpoio of appointing eight eouiily delegates to tin HUUI convonllnnnlLexlnRlonJuIy Huh tii nominal H oaniJIdnW for gov ernorStanford No nntlllad to delegates i it 4 it yue 3a t 3eu 1to It I Uuitonvlll No1 i it j u Xuu u 311 3 Crab Orchard No i i 2U j WInetlbnrlC No 1tr a n L I J All domooruu who aredcrotod to the principle of lht parly und dwlra to ace those prlnoJples uoaeail lId who will fool In honor bfliind U support the nomlnaoB of Uio warty have n right and are untitled to wrllclKit in throe precinct nioellnir JOHN W IIOIMK8 Chmn no Kinzstllle Llacoln county Randall Cook wits acolqontally cut with an HXO oiuiHlnir n BBVOJO wound Ho was taken to Dr Thoinp nni olllco whuro ho received attention trod In now t Improving Little Minn Wllllo May MrlMiuc of Chatunoojra was the caest of her aunt MM II C Iunnylwnkar The latter and duughter Mrs Dan Dlnocn of Somorsot aro at Shakortown to spend tho Ith Tho few vounjf iioople who did not go to Stanford spent the 4th of July under the trees of Crolgh ton Avenue whoro they enjoyed pie nle dinner and later In tho evening t repaired to the cottage whore tousle and dancing woro served to order until a Into or early hour John Pin iiill of Somerset was tho pleasant guest of friends hero Sunday Master Fred BurjjlH of Louluvtllo has been the guest of J A MclveoVi famlv the taut weoc Half rates to Atlanta and return via the Southern Hallway In connection with the Queen Crescent Route Double dally throiiRh trains July 10 and 17 account Atlanta Battle Field Reunion Tickets good to return until July Md July 21 nd2 account Southern Kp worth Loa uo meeting Tickets Rood lo return until Aujr 1st Apply lo nearest njont of tho South ern Railway or Queen ft Crescent Houto or address Win II Tuyloo A G p A Louisville Ky Mrs Mutate Miller of Bourbon aged 13 Is tbo mother of a healthy In taut t it f I r LiMATRIMONIAL MATTERS ICpr W O Vitcil received a loin grain yoslerJny utallni that hit niece Mica Marv Cluy Thompson of Chicago Tim IilUUK und Mr Edward Andrew Dewitt or Michigan woro married Wednesday Thu brldo Is one of tho most beautiful and charming of women and bor many friends hers send happy greetings nnd slncoro congratulations Mrs J P Beldam writes us that she had just cotUjii news that Miss Maggie roe Saunders who used to live In Stan ford was married at the Chicago Ave eburch on the 21sl to Mr W L Uunt of that city The bride la a slaughter of MM IluottU and a granddaughter of Mr Joe Mao James and has many friends hero who wish her all the joys that happy wedded lIfo can bringJ Turpln and Miss Leo Vaugh both of tho Mllledgovlllo section wore married at the oourt houtio yesterday by Elder J G Livingston Kansans are to busy that It It men tioned as a Mcriflce that a Dickinson county farmer stopped harvesting long enough to attend the weddings of his threo daughters A judge ut Fi Scott Kiln granted a divorce to a dissatisfied woman bat aroused her ire by forbidding her to marry tho same day But oho took tie new man promptly tho day after BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Four alilldren were killed and 2t others Injured by an explosion of fireworks at Philadelphia Nlnotoun oolorud roustabouts wore drowned near Norfolk Va by the sinking of a barge The wife and child of John Perkins llvirHrnear Sailtevilla wore truck by lightning and ktllbd A tank of gasoline In the railroad yards ut Parkertburg W Va ox plod ed killing six anti wounding X other persons The ties IOMCB this year have been far above the average and the returns of the lib halHl to swell thu grand to lal Horrors Lead on each others hoots In New Vorlso fast Ihajr follow lira In the crowded tenements there caused n loss of IS lives Judge Parker of fvoxlngton hai un liar advlsemejit thp question whether It t0 punlibmenl to send a hag to tho houses of Reform The Chicago Rook island railroad will nOiomploy man who use cigar etlnt and will jpUohurjio nhy employe Olllllfht u81 nit olft The d mand Is tense that Japan bo given the job of walloping China while the other Powers stand by and see the Job wnll done After M days the grout street railway rlku at St fouU has iioonclo olarml niT and an agrcemunl hits been Blftnud Tho old wage schedule con tlnuen In force but employee may Join any union The penally for inilmlda linn Indisohiirgo Cotnmlltcos of cm ployiM will he recognized and old employer Ixoopt those engaged in rioting will be rutnstntod as vacancies ocj uu Fifty thousand dollars worth or bus iness property was destroyed by a lire In Frankfurt old tho fatally of J L Haley u retired merchant birolv oapud loath In tho HUIIIUH Tho prop arty destroyed was located nl the cor nor of St Clair and Broadway stroolft just lu front of thu State Capitol build Inge The fire was caused by the ex ploilou of llniworkH Direct The Child Ho who nlitvka ji clilhl with terror Stole Ito pluy and sllils Its song Jjnl nliikio commit an error Hut grievous mend wioii Ole It phi and lIver rlllr lu Active life In no defiwti Never nuvur break lu spirit Curb It wily tadiiiOt- Vnuld you stop thin nowlng river Thinking It would CUM to now Onwiiril must It gi forever Hotter twicl It where to rA gentleman who notices such things tulle us that ho counted 70 wheat fluid a between Stanford and Danville and ao of thorn had boon throbbed making 2V to 30 Iwsholu per acre y MIDDLEBURG John Paul and Sam Leonard have returned from Coopcrsvlllo whore they havo been hauling for W T Durham Mrs J M Durham and Sam Brook re turned homo Friday from a visit among relatives In Taylor county Jason Cal fey also returned from Laticalt r Mlw Until Gruen of Covlrigton Is letting her brother liov Gen Green Mr James Sjrapeorj of LuncaHlor In visit Ing nor parents Mr and Mrs William Myuri Dr 13 Wosloy and fatuity disc of Lancaster made a lying visit to this place Saturday and returned dome Sunday- In our lust letter wo overlooked tbo most Important Item tho plonlo given by tho Baptist Sudnoy school In Jono Park list Thursday which was vary much enjoyed by all old and young Besides thu bountiful supply of grub and other refreshments they had gaoJ music und appropriate Kcchcs reel tallons etc all of which have been highly complimented und especially the recitations given by the little Misses Huth und Martha Dye the four and fivcj earold daughters of Mr and Mrs WT Dye Tho manner In whloh thov performed their parts was worthy of considerable commendation Mr J K CoQVy of Yoscmltc had his cash drawer robbed of from V ton When called to dinner Mr Coffey closed his store and went to his meal but a young gentleman whoso name la Frank Chapman u 1U or 11 yearold son of tho Widow Chapman formerly of Yosemite but now of Stanford had concealed himself somewhere Inside the building and finding himself all alone and In full control no proceeded to supply himself with pocket change and Immediately started for Stanford bit was nvcnaken before ho reached that city by Mr Coffey who recovered 13 of his money and allowed tho young man to proceed on his journey 821 60 to St Paul and return Tho Monon route will sell tickets to St Paul and return ui 21i 50 from Louis ville Ky on July 11 16 and 10 good returning until July 21st On presen tation of a roundtrip ticket from St Pau to any point beyond adding a value of 85 or mote and by payment of 60 cents foe extension of limit will bo granted by tho Joint agent at St Paul to Aug 21st Particulars of E II Ba con D P A Motion Route Louisville Ky s NNOVNCt lENrS QUEENTCRESCENTROUTE B P U Convention Cincinnati 0 July 1215 Ono fare for the round trip to Allan la Ga Atlanta battlefield reunion Ju ly 1820 1000 Annual conventIon Y P C U Unlvcrsallsl church July 11 18 1000 See your Itekol agent for par llculars Last fall sprained my loft hip while handling some heavy boxes The doctor I called on said at first it wits a Blight strain and would soon IK well but it grew worse and the doctor then said I hail rheumatism It continued to grow worse cud I could hardly get around to work I went to a drug store and the druggist rconimcmlcd mo to try Chamberlains Pain lialm I tried It and onohulf of a 60 cent bottle cured me entirely I now- ecnnmc11it It to nil my rrlenlAI A lUilcouK Erie Pa is for sale by Craig A Hooker A GAUD OP THANKS I whit to say that I feel under lasting obligations for what Chamberlains Cough llumedy has dono fur our family Wo have used It In ninny cases of coughs lung trouble and whooping cough ami it lias always given the most perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks Itespeclfully MitaS Derv Des Moluen Iowa For sale by Craig locker CalebTho cases of Powers John Davis Uarland Whltlakcr Tallow Dick Combs and Henry Youtscy In dicted for being accessory before the fact In tho aaausalnallon of Gov Goo bol aro set for trIal at Georgetown next Monday The Louisville Dis patch an assassination organ says there Is not the slightest doubt about the readiness of tho accused for Ida und they will demand U at once WANTKU Wo watt a fow moro good agents of either sex to take or dora good wagon permanenl position uxoluiilvo territory Address Box IHI Danville Ky VOLUAIIIC TIORS Are rnud lint Skin Uniplliin mil lire of toy hunk n Arnlrn S lvo iir c thrin ale 111 Hun cornlWlUndi Chlllilalni lint cure on erlli pdeeeun1 Pates and Acbei Only 26c a Lox Cure Kuaranlml SolJ lir fanny DruggUt Mackinac excursion tickets are now on sale by tho Monou Route from Lou isvlllo to Macklnac Mich and return going via Chicago and Marquette the hay fever cure and returning direct roulcs with liberal limits and stopover privileges utruto of 830 from Louis villa Address U Bacon D P A LonUvlllu C IA LANCASTER Tho location party at Mss Lena Brlghis Tuesday night nailed out a largo crowd and many nice presents Hurnih for Black for governor I etlll havo the opinion that I had a year ago HU U tho logical candidate and ho will inuka u model governor I am glad to learn that Editor F J Campbell of thu Snmer uL Journal is hotter for ho uarUilnly Issues one of the brightest piiH rs lu the State Judge ItG Wtlltttinaiif Ml Vornon will bI unit ut tho judges lo iho contest on tho 12th Other competent men will ho selected aid un Impartial decision Is assured Au li takes people to mILieu newt nothing occurred hero Wednesday as most of our pcoplo went to your city to uttond tho uolobraUon They report a large crowd and ithaI yenorally Many seats huvo boon taken for the elocutionary contest Thursday night July 13rind It promisee to be the grout out event of tho year Wrllu or telt puouo MeHobertH1 drug store If yci want a toodteI1L Since the mind reader wua here Ed Bishop his been doing rotna clever work In that line He oan fluid urtleU that have boon concealed and In many cases he can toll whalapervun U think Ing about Some sire afraid ui puller lain evil thoughts In his presence Gen D R Collier has called a ic publican mass convention for July 14 to select delegates from this county to tbo State convention ut Louisville on the 17th to nomlnato a candidate for governor to bo defeated by lion Juts D Black Even Taylor and Flnlej will not support the nominee of that Bourne was plowiug u horse Tuesday which ran away and when ho caught him ho bit him on the urn Inlllctlng a wound and tearing his shut Ieevu oft On Wednesday the horse but himself and died pawing the earth and foaming at the mouth Dr Herring was culled to see Bourne and rrcat anxiety Is felt as the horse may have boon mud Prof J II Patterson leave today to attend the National Educational Asso ciation ot Charleston S C going from thore to the historic Fort Surnptor Judte J C Hemphlll and daughter Mlu Theo are attending the Cbau tauqun tins week Mr Tom Stevens has bought the interest of A K Crone In the meat market owned by GaHl noau Crone Miss Slants Elkin la visiting in Nleh olasvllle Misses Honoywopi lulTraan Maud and Fay Uobeon will visit rein tives hero next week Mr and Mca George Lusk have returned from Now Mexico where Mr Lusks health was much Improved Mr R G Wards new residence will soon bo completed The modern Siamese twins aro Jack and Jess who arc inseparable Trad ors and farmers will understand A few hours stay In your allythe place of my nativity on Tuesday was cortaluly a source or gratification to one who has boon a pilgrim for 10 years Tho faces of Judges Carson Alcorn Utility Col Welch Sam Owe ley Tom Dalton Al Warren Hurra MoRobortH and many others looked as familiar to mo as 8100 bills and a llttlo more eo W P and K C Walton with a heavy ofllee force were running 3000 copies of tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL on that largo now prose which Is the fin oat one in tills Buotion of the State The editor was acting as dreiran and en gineer while the business manager was conductor WOULD NOT SUFFKK SO AGAIN KOIt FIFTY TIM 13 ITS PltlCli I awoke last night with spvtiro pain in lily stomach I never felt eo budly in all my life When mine down to work lltfe morning I tilt MI weak I could hart ly work I wont to Stupor McCurdys drug store and they recommondod Charm lerlnins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic and one dose fixed me alt right It curtalnly is the finest thing I ever need for stomach roubo shall not be without It in lay hone hereafter for I should not euro to endure the su tarings of last night again for fifty time Its priceO H WIUON Jvcryman Hiirgoltslnwn Wnshinglon 01a Title remedy U for sale by Craig A Hooke- rSVAYNRspCRGMr J M Johnson has been near Mlntonvllle organizing a lodgo of Maccadoos Mr U II Sin IcCon bought a horse and buggy from Mr C P Faulconer of Danville S P Joocu bought a hue cow and calf of Bright Forrlll for 310 Rev Ira Par tin Oiled hit appointment hero latt Sunday nnd preached to a large con Iregitlon PREVEnTED A TRAGEDY Timely Informitlon gUcii Mr Irurge t oox New SlrallirlllP Ohio jiroTtnted dfllllrdy nml uvixl two 11eea A frljihiful rough lad- lungkeptherawakeevere might She had trlwl litany icmwIlN cloclun hut meaillljr grew wore uutll urged to try Ur KiOiCaKev Llrcovrry Una bottle wholly cured her allllhe wrlu dds nrrrlou lie alo cured Mr lung of a ie verd attack of Iueuiuuiilu Sutli furn are twal tie proof of the lualohleM uitrti of ililt grand nir ly or curing all throat clutt unit lung trou hues Only Mk soul 81 Every bottle guarauttrd- trial liotllet free al IVanya Drug Slore rho United Stated battleship Oregon which ran ashore ofT the Island of Boo Kle In tho Miao Tao group has been floated oil showing that she was not damaged as much as thoughts Two persons were killed und M jured In a railroad wreck In Montana 1L c4a t POLITICIANS AND POLTICS A dispatch says that Gov Bcckhai Is the greatest attraction at the convention Judge John II Coopur 01 Mt Stcrl lag has taken tho slump for Lion Jas D Blank The WlnobuHtor Demoariii is print Ing a Series of strong articles favoring the amendment of the oleotlon low Judo William RlcnunUon was nom bated by thin democrats of tbo Ulgbt Alabama district to succeed Gun Joe Wheeler fComlDonVoalthlI Attorney James- D Garnett of Trigg Is the latest can dlduto for thu democratic nomination for governor The Pautngraph admits that Bon W B Smith could bunt Yerkea Any of thom can do that but we want n man whey can beat him 25000 or more Ho pronounces li Rottoevcli with the accent on tho first syllable and the- o lung as In ro o Now dont call him Rusevolt Glllolnnlitl Commercial Trl buoe The monthly statement of the public dubs shows at the ulosa of buclnoss Juno 30 tills debt leas cash lu the treasury amounted to 81107 71 1JW a do crease tot the month of 14SII7C53 This ducriiifo U accounted fur l y an increase in cash on hand ODd by redemption of two pur cent lands A dispatch from Richmond Vusayi unit Col Campbell Is vary bitter In his denunciation of tho assassination of Gov Goobol Among other things he Bald Wo are working to firing these atMiMtiiiH to justice und W S Taylor a fugitive from justice will be brought back to Kentucky to stand trial at the proper time Hero lire a Cow of the things that voters will do well to make an especial study of between now and election day Tho Alger embalmed beef scandalTbe financial collusion between John D Rockefeller and Secretary Gage The tariff oppression of tho Porto Ricans The United States army outrages on tho Couur dAlcno miners authorized by William McKluley Murder theft und mismanagement In the Philippines Poslofllce rascallly and ember tetneni In Cuba The Hay Pauncolort treaty by which wo are to build the Isthmian oanal when England com mands ItNew York Journal Editor Nowlon who used to edit the Richmond Climax says In his Owen ton Herald Wo entertain tho highest regard for the gentlemrn from Mad hon county who Is an avowed candi dato for governor and take pleasure in expressing the opinion that ho would till the executive chair to a nlcotv but for tho sake of an oldtlmo friendship we would like to otter two suggestions Thocnndldato who makes an uncondi tional repeal of the Goebel election law his platform will be hindmost man In the convention to bo hold on the 10th of July and the candidate who Is championed by tho Louisville Dispatch will be no where In the race Not only havo the ministers and oth or foreigners In Pokln been abandoned to tbolr fate but the International forces may oven be unable to hold Tien Tsln Any aggressive movement Is Impossible without rconforceinents and It may be necessary to retire bo fore the Chinese force that is assemb ling An ugly feature of tbo situation Is the ontonto between the Powers Is In danger Chinese servants who were employed at the legations In Pokln arc said to havo brought news that after a desperate resistance the foreigners had been overcome and put to death Horrible torture has been Inlllcted by the Chinese on prisoners CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Dr Wm Sholton will the Meth odist pulpit ut 11 A 1It Sunday Tho Baptist church has bought the Btakoraan property adjoining the present location of the church and will begin shortly the erection of a very large and commodious place of worship on the two lots Tho now church wit bo modern and convenient and will necessarily bo largo lo accommodate the congregation Danville News CIIBAP ICE CltEAMTako a gal lon of now milk and place all of It except a pint or a little more Into pan over tbo lire and let It be heating With the pint make u good custard using two eggs and thicken with twO ounces of corn Hour When the milk approaches the boiling poInt add the custard stirring it constantly till It thickens Set usido to cool and when cold freuzo In tho ordinary way STORY OF A SLAVE To Ieloutidnand iot for years by the ihaluaof dbeaaeU the wont form of darrry l WIUIaiM of Maucnnier Mich tea- rhowruhaunwA made free lie najri My wife lies been to kd lMi for lire years lhat the uiikl trot turn orrr In Let aluM ltter u lnn lao- hotttnuf mlClrk Jlltten iheli womlrifiilly Ian irotrJ and allle to do tier own wok Thli m rraw rriuulr Ibr Innate dlwaess 1I1Iftl ou- ruervouenualeeplesutva uivlanclioly heaJaihe tackchr talnling anti KIwlU Tile setra o wetting ruedlelno Is a IIIull week akky- nil down woi le Kitty Iwtllo guaranteed Only Surd Ur IVrany Drug Ut A Tacoma street car filled with pas oners jumped Into u gulch over 100 feet deep Tblrtjilx bodies wore tak eu from the wreck and out of the 05 other passongnrs wbo were Injured ills expected that nearly half will die Put Murphy ibo wellknowu Louis vlllo newsboy aged 60 U dead m Gal Thats what Mfr Spoell Rill IIfnI suit AKIIIII Ae etMolnlaly square genii t tohaveThe opportunity of the season to get a bar gain in a suit Clothing Hats Furnishings Shoos IT PAYS TO TRADE AH THE GLGE3Et4Yo- ur rtoner buck If yonrp not eaitaOwli Miller Hirsch Danville SueccMom to J L Frohman Cot W J4a1PAE1tI- n For 4 Cents I my Store PapeprIGOSheWe Hang AnyPlaceYou see the lftlor matched up just It wilt look on tbo wall and got it at onco SuppliesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KY- No 506 Main Street TrussesOf All Kinds and Sizes PricesVe ry Reasonable j Craig locker Stanford OQGQ2 H3t6Q oatlii A C SINEtoCONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KBNTVOKY andimaterial as will be attest ed by anyone of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash S Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and DresselJ i Lumber ath Shingles Etc 9 I will duplicate any prices offered eetseoetaeeoeooo o- We have the Sole Agency fur ilia f lWarquartange N A Range with Ihe hllJernHnlJge a Geo H Farris G CoJ a PENNYS D STORE C8 Drugsr BooksStationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 r 4 4i Stanford I Ky A r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv JULY 6 It00 T w P WALTON For Congress ZION G G GILBERT Ot Shelby County r BRYAN AGAIN NOMINATED TEVENSON LEADING FOR VICE VKKSl DKNT KANSAS CITY July 0 r The convention was unablo to make n nomination for vlco president last night and adjourned till this morning with Adlat Stevenson in the IcadIThe name of Bryan was presented the convention by Hon W D Oldham deputy attorney general of Nebraska Ills remarks wero greeted by tho wild i cst applause and contusion reigned for scone time after ho had finished Then the matchless statesman was nominated by acclamation amid the most unpara lleled scone of enthusiasm The committee did not Jet up In time to report the platform at tho f morning session but it was reported a t the afternoon session and put through with a whoop While tho platform specifically re aUirms the 10 to 1 plank of the Chlca go platform the resolutions committee decided that tho question of Imperial ism dwarfs all others the platform say ing While other Issues are vital the question of imperialism strikes at the very existence of tho republic Gov Beckham was called on to make- a speech while the convention was waiting for the committee to report yesterday and ho received tho ovation of the day TilE great convention at Kansas City was pulled off at noon on tbo glorlou s Fourth In tho brand now ball 310 feet long and IDS feet wide which was filled to the doors and was gorgeous will bunting Chairman Jones rapped for order at 1202 a prayer was offered bV a good brother and the mayor of Kan City delivered tho welcome address As ho closed Senator Hill of Na York entered tho hall and being rec pgnized was given a grand ovation After it had somuwhat subsided Gov I Thomas of Colorado was Introduced as temporary Chairman who read B typo written speech full of good points At Its conclusion Mr Campau of Michigan offnrcd a resolution for reading tho Declaration of Independence which was adopted and the band played the Star Spangled Banner Just then a bust of W J Bryan wai unveiled and enthusiasm went wild When the cheering had subsided a Hampton of Michigan read The 1m mortal declaration which was greeted with applause that shook the building Miss Fulton of New York sang the Star Spangled Banner IItho band played America and led by Miss Ful tonl tho 20000 people broke out in the stirring song My Country Tli of Thee amid enthusiasm never tc be forgotten Tho various committees were then announced and after the lively notes of Dixie had filled the hall tho convention adjourned till I PM It was 443 when tho convention con erred and the committees not being ready to report another adjournment was had till 8 oclock At that hour x Congressman James D Richardson o Tennessee was presented permanent chairman and his tribute to Mr Bryan caused a most remarkable demonstra tlon Tho committee on resolutions still not being able to report the con vention adjourned till yesterday morn ingTho delay was caused by the determined opposition to a specific declaration fur free coinage at 10 to 1 As r soon as the committee met the drafts of three proposedplatforms were submit ted one by Mr Metcalf of Nebraska another by Mr Van Wyck of New York and a third by Mr Garrard of Georgia The ono offered by Mr Met calf was received as an expression of Mr Bryans views and contained a specific declaration in favor of tree coinage at 10 to 1 This specific declar ation was omitted from tho two other platforms All three contained denun ciations of trusts and imperialism A long discussion followed and at 330 oclock yesterday morning the com mittee by a vote of 27 to 23 decided upon a 10 to 1 plank- It was tho intention to nominate Mr Bryan on Independence day but the best laid plans slipped a cog when n fight camo up over a specific declara IItlon for free silver Mr Bryan tele graphed If they want an equivocal platform then let them nominate an equivocal candidate Hon Jamei B McCreary had the honor of presenting the permanent chairman to tho convention There scorns to bo no disposition at Kansas City as there was at Philadel phlastretch tho proceedings of tho convention for the accommodation of the bargain counters The Kentucky delegation made Gov McCreary Its chairman and selected Senator Blackburn for the committee on resolutions National Committee man Urey Woodson was reelected The assessment on the Kentucky delegates and alternates for the parlor iii the Coates House used for Ken tucky hcadquartersiimouots lo 15 each The room elands tho delegates 350 per day Mrs J IL Cohen of Salt Lake City Utah who came as an alternate but who was made a delegate because one of tho Utah delegates was sick sat among tho men perfectly ut home Mrs Cohen worea black hat white waist and black skirt During tho meeting of tboNow York delegation Croker accused Hill of not supporting the ticket in IS 05 and tlill taunted Croker with being absent in Europe at critical times This led to the defeat of Hill by Tammanys In Iluenco for a place on the committee on resolutions furnishing tho most sensational incident ot the day Dy a vote of 38 to 23 Augustus Van Wyck was chosen over 11111 to represent Now York in tho construction of the plat form THERE was never a time when It was more Important for tho people to assert themselves as now so wo urge a lull attendance at tho precinct conventions on tho 1ith Let every democrat at tend filled with thu spirit of harmony and unite upon the beat man for gov ernor This county Is overwhelmingly for Mr Black so far as we can discov er but there Is no spirit of contention In his favor and no disposition to regard tous an enemy tho man who prefers an other candidate Let us como together talk over tho matter like brothers and then do what seems best for the party We must down the assassination sym pathizers and send to the rear the man who will not say whether if ho Is electee1 ho will pardon tho assassins or not Ills silence may bo taken that he will Let us give him no chance to cheat the gallows and the penitentiary tour of lIon James D mack ITm Southern and Western Ken has been like the triumphal march of tho great army Ho has made friends everywhere and if ho docs not go in the convention with enough votes to nominate him all signs go for naught The people recognize while the other candidates are good men Mr Black is preeminently tho one to unite all the factions and lead us certain victory Tho man from the mountains tho man of tho hour THOSB recent converts to tho republican assassination party tho Louis vlllo Post and Dispatch are trying to run the old machine They want that party to nominate McKenzie Alone li the 3rd and Judge Beekner In the 10th for Congress both democratic bolters but their advice will go unheeded The republicans muy compliment turncoat with chairmanships and clerkships o naywany prospect pap to had I LIVE In K C ask me Is the Inscription worn by tho Information men at Kansas City If they are as Ignorant or matters as somo of thoulnfor matlon men at tbo Louisville reunion tho delegates and others wont be able to get much out of them TUB Louisville Times with Its Ilium nated pages of Bryan und the fao simile of the Declaration of Independence was splendid evidence of the capabll itles of too great printing office from which it Is published UND AND STOCK At Chicago a carload of yearling LctoKetchntn has refused 835000 for Crescens 207J Thomas Metcalf had a GOacre field o wheat to average 30 Len Shannon bushelsIstreet a good Bales k Robinson sold the 101 cattle 5elPony200 feeders for future delivery at U toI He cowstby City W E Amon has sold to Pony Beaz ley eight feeders for Oct 10 to 15 do livery at 4c Tho Marlon county farmers have combined to get the beat prices for their wheat Lutes k Co sold to J C Johnston of Boyle SO fat hogs averaging 100 pounds at 405 Admiral Dewey Is the name of a promising colt by Blngln 200 dam Nuncy Hanks 204 George Carter has a sheep that cats all tho chickens It can get at It Is es pecially fond of fryers FOR SALEA sixyear old mare mule dark brown luj hands high C L Hensloy Klngsvllle Matt Cohen of Richmond offered Jones Bros of North Middletown 82 500 for Montgomery Chief O P Huffman bought of W B Wright a bunch of butcher cattle at Sic and of E L Rolnhart a lot of hogs at court Monday J W Herndon made a record to shoot at selling a pair of mules for 8121 Another pair brought 8350 Richmond Climax John Welslger has bought tho Stod gill livery stable building In Danville for 81050 says the Advocate Tho building will bo torn down and a busi ness house put up on the site F P Bishop bought of John Robin son 110 wethers at He and of Lutes fi Co 100 of same at same Ho sold to R GeorgoLA G Whitley sold to Anderson C Spillman 140 acres of wheat at 80c R G Evans sold to Tip Bruce 100 acres of timothy hay In the field for 1I50 He sold the same last year for iBIOAd vocate thatMrsGoobul has found his will dated four hisbrotherGorge Bongo of Clay county was struck by tho Southbound train and seriously Injured just North of tho London depot E D Stnndlford Jr who had a checkered career died In Louisville Wednesday C rr ijTt 1A prison oftlcUl hat ample oppor tunity for an exhaustive study of erlaaeandttecriminology n new IrrreBdo book by Her August Drahrns chaplain at San Quen tin Cal entitled The Criminal is a work which commands wide recog nition as a scientific study of the man behind the bars Some of his conclu slops well substantiated by long ob- serration are very interesting while in the main confirmatory of those of other Investigators Organically we are told all crime has its source in anthropological sources In time the personal factors may become so assimilated with the social mass as to almost lose their personal identi ty The social element then becomes as fully the feeder of the criminal propensity as the more strictly per sonal propensities Tho greatest pro portion of the crimes of civilization are of this kind The fluctuation of industrial and economical enterprise the hardships facing the wageearner are often a direct Invitation to crime Intemperance is tho chief source of crime both directly and indirectly The decrease in the use of alcoholic drinks must ever remain the great aim of all anticriminal legislation ns well as of moral and social reform The author is strongly In favor of state industrial and employment bureaus to aid the working classes to obtain work and if necessary furnish tools and temporary assistance Call fornia has such an institution which In one year assisted 5000 individuals to employment Money thus expend ed by the state under government subsidy and inspection will flow wheretoas in pauper support and almshouses It represents only dead capital and congested outlay in gratuitous though laudable charities By the pneumatic hammer the marble carver can strike 6000 blows a minute as against 30 by hand and thus can give his whole attention and skill to guiding the chisel Mechanical power is bringing to the horse the emancipation which it has brought to the artisan afsportsman who will fall into disuse Automobiles will not displace horses until typewriters displace pianos In their proper field the noblest of animals will never go out of fashion The days of frontier life in Ari zona are fast fading away remarks the Tombstone Epitaph in a congrat ulatory tone Thats a fact com ments the Prescott Courier published in the same territory When we came here over 20 years ago we could leave all the doors of our house wide open and all sorts of valuable plunder scattered around the yard go away stay a week and find noth- Ing molested upon our return Xow a broken baeked grubbing hoe left out over night dlsappeanIPhysicians say that there is no person who can retain his or her mobil ity of character under longcontinued distress Tho that beauftiful dispositions does not apply for the reason that although such per sons Imagine themselves in constant pain there are really long intervals of relief and quietude Moved to pity by the hardluck story of a tramp who called at his Washingtmi residence a few evenings ago Cors essman Crump of Michi gan gave the fellow a pair of good shoes Then lie missed two fine umbrellas at once followed the man and compelled him to carry them back and put them where he found them As a contribution to the discussion of higher education for women the testimony of Miss Caroline Hazard the new president of Wellesley col lege is important She says more Wcllesley girl graduates than lIar yard boys proportionately have mar fled A writer in an eastern paper esti mates that there were 600000000 fowls in the United States last year and that the number of eggs produced was about 17400000000 The value of these fowls and of their product is set down at 420000000 America ahead in all things has within its limits the largest hog in the world This porcine monster Is owned by T W Williams of Decatur Ala It weighs 1524 pounds is ten feet two inches in length and over four feet high It is said the pie bakers of New York attribute the great demand late ly for their product to a disappear ance of the belief that pies are Indl gestible vets athletes now cat pies In training wA young Eskimo woman who is visiting Chicago was greatly disturbed I1t first by the ejectrk ears She thought that they were run by devils A Milwaukee judgt has decided that passengers in street cars have a right to refusd to move up front when ordered to do so by conductors The place of the political economy maybe judged from the statement that 420000000000 eggs are in cold storage In the7 United States lour fee returned If we fall one sending sketch and description of any Invention receive our free concerning the patentability of same low to Obtain a Patent tent upon request Patents secured through us advertised for dle at our e Patents taken out through us receive ipectal notice without charge in TUB PATENT KiicoHi an illustrated and circulated journal consulted by Manufacturers and Investors Send for sample copy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS CO IfteMt Attorney f Evan Bulldlnf WASHINGTON D Co THAJU5S U VKIGHTI- i a cnmllcliito fur AMRMOF ot Lincoln county party subject to thu nitlon ot thin democratic Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will In Danrlll Mondays WrdnnJiTi and Will be In Stanford Tundajri ThuntUyi mil Sat unlay onice In the lfllolo lon llulUIng Stanford tfIce hours 9 to A1r1 to r OSTEOPATHY Tilt SdclI f originated and dtteloiwd lir Pr T Still of Klrtntlllf Mo depend on the principle of Anatomy and Ihyilology fort nI no rubs lbostrgsalupentlonaalclahu bing all frI- Ialllral Osteopathy view man as a machine ofo any parts keynote U adjnitincnt Whrn all part ne properly sdjnttrd sad nut overworked health Is the mullSome of the dlwiwe treated by n Xervou frustration lUadarbit Neuralgia Khrumatliiu Catarrb W ak Iraniilatnl iUU lollr Connpalloni1leeOallClone aeb lod 1111101 trollhtCil JolnNplnalturatirn IllslontlonettaJolnta 1111111 IIlIIlIUnfn Urlue laxvmolurAlax la itmilti Dlwawa a iptrlalty Ooniullatlo free IIHPUIIT Of T1IK CONIIITION Of The Commercial Bank LIBERTY KY At the clOt of Imslnns on June 1900 aalRCaet loans and dUoounti froal907 UrerdraO 47 I Due from bank1304 trl Hanking house and lot S 00 Furnllura ami Saturn flay 00 Cash 78n 50 S rcTcnretlaiiiu 128 st3t09 L1An1LITlp Capital stock 120000 ro Smplusfund mil mm U7375 Individual drpoohllilldect cheek 53 Fund to pay tears US 5532w al Rarnlnjp last alx months ZWS- imrroKU Currentfipendca paid f PltMtnd 01I per rent 00 tVnd to pay ton 171 IMurrd banking heuia and lot Ml Reload furnltHro and Ixtnrra US Xi Added to turplm rand ICs 37 tlJSl 75 o viimvrrr OAHIIIRII FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all times W Logan Wood Man- agerFRITH HOTEL P rRAUClSOrFrcpdotcrl AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Ilrtl llou In the mountain rata considered Iartf ri tuecl all tralua QS erlal attention to Inv Nfag men Xvi W S BEAZLEr D DS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltallird Air Physician In attend sues Office In the Now Thomson UulldlnR Ita Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Laucnstcr r Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid able Everything first claes Porten Scot all trains 89 NOTICE I The Stanford Produce Co Ias laid off for three months on account of the mslttt be logo dull They will not Iron rage poultry or produce of any kind One of the proprietors of the Stanford Produce Co sus Jus4 from Ilaltl more whore he boup ht two ears ot Granite and Chlniiwuro which thiy will sell at whole sale and sonic retail- STANFORD IMtOlltOICO J Gold und J HIckolT THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky Tho most centrally located and only FJESTCLASSlIotollu 2 RATE One block front the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass tie door 10 al pirtntf ho City Every tiling neat anil clean implementstools vehicles dall kinds isqnewayofsaym Itdoes iUoo t5 el re asmuctiasusethaiwear them out and a fewcent invested in NC P will earn capacity necessuiesffBllWBEITS uu4aaeas PJfiter II91dI08d OitkS fIt rrln 11 f HON JAMES D BLACK Ot Knox County U a candidate for the nomination for the olllco ot Uovcrnor sub tect to the action of the Democracy DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action ot the democratic party lie sollclte your support JOHN C PEPPLES la a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln County partyFOR RENT I The property at Crab Orchard lately oc copied by Sirs SL A Singleton It Include residence garden pasture Ac Apply to 011 Singleton Grub Orchard Ky 21 PBTTITT BEOS UNDERTAKING AND FURNITURE MOKKLAND KY Quick and Sclent atltntlou to liurUli rlrctn new hear large stack of balm Casket holes onhandJa WIPARKHILL M De HOMEOPATHIC PSYS10IAM experienceInotters lie servIce to tho public of Stnnfor and vicinity SiHolal nltrntlon given to chronic cases ORIco opjionlto Court house over lleailey dim rJ Stable Ofllc hours from I to 5 r Special SALE 150 SUITS To Glow Out At fi Below Cost To make ready for Fall Stock Now is- Your Chance To get a Nice Suit of Clothes cheaper than you ever did hero o Gum ins 8 McClary Desirable Farm At Private Sale Peeling tiirhnnice climate on account of my wash I will sell ut iirlvuU sale my CountyKentuckyund IJi mile west of McKlmiey on O S It tt amongthelucky TIll dwelling U n modern brick und frame metal roof containing rooms with Outbulldlojlocludwith 21 lox HtulU and shed room for 100 cattle or 200 sheep other buildings Include Icu houa buggy houses mOlt coal KllOdtennntlire In IIntchuII repair and comparatively new Never tailing orchard of best vurltttv ot of this farm U frst clasetohuccoandhruip land Abtin never fulling water four rock walled ponds In nddltlon lit brunch through meside of thn place itcrex of farm blue grass or meadow with acres in wheat uud curn fencing In nxoullint run lltlon und ubunilNncv In ciuuntlty This farm U In good shape for cllvlilon It lullrbounrlLt1nvlllH und MuKlnnnry Tnriiilk Till pproelateddesirable pluco will rarely meet with uii ippOrtunlty to find this quality on the inur Ielrllljwon or address me lluxtonvllle KV D s JOIINSTON The Sontharn Kutu llnvestment Company Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST lame JIActi Lexington Kr- tleneral OIHcca IiuIirllle Ky branch OHllcea at News Va Ilallliuore lid Ililliulelplila Ia Peid To Certificate Holders 29218225 Fund Tdlleserse JPttndH9600925 1IItnrL nJl TU l WE SUBMITIGracefully to the luevllnlilfl Wo havo only a few weeks left in which to move nn Immense stuck of Summer Hot Weather nutIWo realize that the volume of biiitnrM that we toilet do In the next few weeks wll have to be enormous to clean up the stock Prices will do It and we hnvo dolurmln cd to eacrifco our entire stuck of hot weather K o- JsSPECIALS 0 100tFull yard wide Percale dark and light pattern to select from Well worth Our price Go Apron check Gingham 4c 10 Yards of good Calico 8Cc 25 Dot Ladies Shirt Waists snails of trot Sea Islam Percales had I wnMISoLa- dfcs1 I Illhlwl Vests 3 for JOo A Dig Drive Mens blue Cottonado Pant this wi ok only Jlc Throe siwob of Machine Thread lOc Mans Elastic Scam Drawers worth Vfxi the world over MM8c Shoe Bargains One lot Ladles f ftO Shoes In 2 and 2i to close for 60c One cine Ladles Tan Oxfords units tlon vesting top all leather 48c Ono case Ladles tilt strap Sandals good style worth f160 go for COc Mens Plow Shoes 73c Mena all solid Dress Shoes fl10- Mens Tan Shove worth flBO only Pile Clothing Bargains Hoys Knee Pants lOc- Boys Crisis Knee Pants loc Boys Linen Suits sailor collar double breasted largo pearl buttons worth f 60 only 76c- Hoys Linen Costs well malo 16c Mens Linen Suits fLOS Mens black Worsted Pants USe A big lino of J60 Pants left to dote at f138- ItenicinlxT wo are solo distributors of the cvlebratcil Dulclicsa Trousers the Ust pant In his world Everything In Monn Fulls All grades from 12 P3 up Store Notions Furnishings Two nineties finishing Urnni ItlK Drive 10 dot IsdloV oantcM fast black hOMe worth iDa everywhere only 6c- M niiriiy Colton Huso 0 for U5o 20 Dot Mews tan half lime morcurUfil and high colored hc li and loeJ wort Ii 25qour price I5o- Mcnii fancy Bulb Underwear worth f only ISc tier mil All colors In Menn NVglljfto HlilrU Silk Madras or IVronlo hunt collars attached or detached iSc toll Five doe Skirl WnlMi full Dlinlly only TUc IlunlltIf Ladies Ready to Wear Garments Lattices Llnpn Skirts Irlmntrillii wli Talo giving n nice ofieet only Wn T ladles blue tlno klrtl liter h mcil only 75r ladles tough trash Skirts use trmfthing only tAlc A FLYERLadys Skirt stylish Flirt Wnltt Sailor Hat and Iran for fl K- We have bought Hunting for tho 4tb of July In such ciiantlll w that we ate stile to supply all parties at wholedale priers t Louisville SKLINCER BROS 1TStanford Female College Next Session will open iSeptember 3 1900 I MRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pres Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New- ORGANIZED Jcrwcy 1845 Assets 5lin71778 Liabilities 5ISIO707JI lUll UH SiG25GMJ2 The heel Policy The fleet Company Annual Dividend lioWo pladnrf your np pllcatlcatlon for Life Insurance se- eR B MAHONY Agents Stanford Ky KTltcfercncre Our Policy Holders 8 S IIICI LINE OF e CLOTFUN4For Men Roy and Children e OKDDD PHNTS K SPECIALTY i o See our Line of Custom Male Imit al fLuO to II 21 per pair W E PERKINS S Crfib Orchard ICy e e e GET READY FOR THE FAIRS Patent Uiitlior Shoes In Calf and Meal Kid Button 8nlllollc6 IVarl Hal or Straw either will ho MiilnbV Negligee Shirt with Iniiirl1 Tie We run furnish you tliise and please you See tlicin CALDWELL LANIER Danville Vise Leading Shoe and Furnishing louse of Dauvll o THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Tills U now thin mot up to date Qallcry in Central Kentucky having butt ro ccntly eijulppuil with the inurveloiis Anuntlgmat Ixjnses now discovery In optics tclenco to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTERJIH received a large stock of tho very katest Designs it jVIouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality hofore have to ho seen to lie appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the mont elaborate palnilngH Among the lot U the Now French leur mouldings specially for suitable qellcato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that re d hu a dainty When In Danville oall slid sea us and get our prices WI- will sue you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ofllco Danville Ky c =lJP u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 6 1900 d E 0 WALTON Buaixuaa M tuonit IT1iI Iii lnlll combined with skill and accuracy Insure Rood No other methods nro over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND somm GOSSIP MUB W1 YMlalt and son returned IrtoLoulavllloTuonanyMIBB of Lancaster Ii with Miw Alllu Fish t6 IsAthe MIRR LKB noilMTT of Oanvlll U with Mrs WT Smith MIss NHIUH DIUION of Lanomnor f Is with Mrs MattloNevlHB- Mtt SAM WIUUTII of fjuulsvlllo spent tho 4th with frlunds hem Miss DOT CAMNITZ of Haatonvllla tho jjuoflt of Miss Luolle Cooper Cot W O Wutcn In twndlnjr a tow days at Grab Orchard Springe Mum COOPRII KauND has gone to LouUvlllo to visit Musa Lin Llthuow- MlBS Sufilit TllOMIBON of Ml Vernon U tho guest of Mrs K J Brown Mil W D ATHHtrroN wont to Lou Uvlllo Wednesday with a view to Iowa ting MiBSOiivtA BALDWIN of Mndlion Is the iuMt of her cuter Mr W II Shrink Miss JKNNIK BUn Intllt of Uarrnrd was with her slater Mm George A MoIlobortH T II WltlOUT of Moriland In In Kansas City attending the democratic cunvolltlonf Him of the Danville with some pretty girl at our olfleu on the 4tii Miss LAURA JAR OK wept to Leba non yostorday to remain wUi her homafolks until Sept I flit AND MRS W W IJUHom o- fIt7uhmonlnrepandinaa few weeks her iwrenu at Crab Orchard M SiiLMATH an j Oeo W Cue twithoxuellent duMMXjraUo olSclols of took In the celebration here MASTKUBJOIIK AND llminii loot of Lexington are vlslUntr their grand parontH Mr anti Mre John M Whlto MISS MAKV Now of Dunvllli even prattler than she used to be when she lived here Ie vlriUnsr Ute M1eaw Ifcwt J land Tim Cgjemblaewe sApe Dint Dr and Mrs w n Orlto leave an etc pant Mrtr IH hoses of MM Oallla IlorUiH aid eeeelleot Laoengttr 1mM pod M D Huitbw nml lion It II ItomtlMflH were here k Tuesday t MtIA Joslla1t COPPMY west up to Livingston jeetenliiy to see her broth or Mr T J Uallnrd who continue very low I MIL It 6 AtfcMOIIT editor of the ML VW M SlKsnl was here on the 4th and ateleud Ute taml hey He u n IM niudcUui MR BUTIKK BKULRMAK ami chll drIll of Paler Llek were here on tbo 4th Mr B says everybody In for Hlaek In hit section J UUOM AUOOKX hoe joined the seteot and reojiMtable few who go alean shaven and it gtves butt gell n dlftln KuUhttd appenrMM- JuixiKll P JACOBS nod wife of DnnvIK have none to Wequetondnjr Mich for the MIIt1Iur nod order tbotr- paper sent to that delightful retoru MIL AilUIRY hlidARUlettybaterdav to take a potlUoH at Camberlaed Polls Hole Mr and Mr J111eager also wont to that cool retreat for n sojourn AMONG our ploajnnt Onrrard county calltmt oa the Uh were Miwr J W Simpson and J C Thoroiwon and Misses Llnto Simpson and Mary Thompson Cot J W CAiRRTON who was painfully hurt tavpral days ago by fall tog from his buggy ruble to he out much to thq relief of ecoree of friends IUohinond PanuuKrnsk lotus Svn Voowi was In town Wad ncaday night for tha first than since liar terrible aouldunt and everybody vats dullchtod tovoo hor Sho far from recovered yet howovor Mils OU8SIU lillliU8 will have her ofluu In tho Iennlngton building on lower Main and not at drs1 S OweloyD She le thoroughly In lovo with hur profeiwlon of OiWopnMiy and tully confident of its solver to heal llHUUSaH Mil Joen T STOrm of Va hliiRton who la on n visit to his purenU In Ca soy brought his mother Mrs W D Stout up Tuosdny to visit Mr and Mr W H Tato Mr Stone Is Sn fine health and enjoyed our celebration very touch SguniK JOHN UAIIKY oamo up from Washington county to iillond the culo brntlon WodnosJay Ito in n red hot Hlaek man and toys the wiod around him are full of dumounUi for tho Ion tloman of Knox Joo A llenodlul wile also up from Washington NoMINATU lllauk and many a ro publican in the mountains will help elect him remarked a prominent Knox county republican to an I J re porter ns ho paused through on yester days train I have savor scratched but I ate for Black and will voto and work for him ho uddcd IT wits Indeed a pleasure to welcome our old friend Col Thomas A Rice of Stanford who was accompanied by his charming wife nee Shanks Torn mOl Is ono of natures noblemen many gentle and brave Ho a gentleman wherever you find him In tho parlor tho otllcc or oa tho sandy plains of Now Mexico whore lately ho has been forced by delicate health to spend his time Ills visits to his old homo uro nil too Infrequent and tho city of his nativity needs more of his klndItlch mond Climax Mits IACLINA HAYS of Crab Orch ard visiting friends here Mil CllAIllKS AUKN of LouUvlllo ipont tho 4th with Miss Florence MYi CM Mit JAMBS T CARSON1of Louis vllle Is with his father Judge W It Carson Mil JFLKKOB HOIIINSON went up to Dripping Springs yesterday to upend tho heated term JAMKST MRNRKKK of Montgomery Ala arrived In time to bo with the crowd on tho 4th Gicoitor A MolloiiKUTfi has been confined to his room for several days with malarial fever Alit IIlltHOH junior member of rho Glnta Arm of Danville was ono 6f tho inuny vUuor liuru on the 4ih- UAIT TIKW IticilAKDS looking like a bomaor and Mr and Mrs A A Mo Klnnuv of Dtnvlliu wore up on the 4thMn AND MRS B P QWflLKY of Comnbtit Oa arrived last night to spend u row weJkn with Mrs M C liurnnldo TUB band boys say that Kdgar S Albright of Ml Vernon and Livingston Andrews of Corhln helped them greatly on the 4th Bath are good horn players LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work Wit soil llannnri shines J P Junes MCM line of Fresh Cakes at Warren ft Shanks LOT of sample burners lit u bargain J 0 MeClary BAijdAiNa In Ico Chest and Rofrig orator at Warren ft Shanks MAGIC SAIJoIT eoal oil Something new try It Geo II FerrIs t Co NlOH lino of four different 81las cheap G IL Farris fc Co I HAVH for sale some very fine Game liaiu pull etA and stags S M Saulloy PIIHBH lIon SAIB Now 14x221 Gor don preys for sale cheap Address W P Walton ONLY two more days on gents un ilorwear Hurry If you would save mono John P Jones SMTTMNU time Is hero and need ovary coat that U duo me Plcann pay your account II C Ruptby PAIUIKRR are requested to call In and see our Old Hickory and Brown wagons beat made W A Carton was good day for tho soda fountains John U Meier sold 1130 glunfteo and O L Penny over 800 MIRS SACIIAY hoIn Lancaster next Friday and Saturday July n and 7 Go and have that picture made STOKU your with us at cent pr bushel per month and Jot tho ben- eAtoftiny advance J II Baughman ft Co ItbRRttyrStorue In Moroland 2x02 now Mnill dwelling attached Beet stunt In town J W Huston Moreland ICy lOMP say wo told buttho crowd here Wednesday got uway with 50 odd kegs of beer It was a splendid day to pOole of cold drinks HtiNUKHBON IlACflii won tho suit In whloh his brothers D A Baugh and John G Baugh sued for tho homestead in which the defendant lows Tim tux books are now ready and lhoo who desire to pay will plciao cal at my Ollloe and do as It will be gladly received S M Owens Quit merchants andothers have thousands of yards of bunting and Hags by tho wagon load that they will sell at u big discount Nows your chance DHATH Mrs Samuel Clarkion who was a daughter of Frank Hughes died at her homo near McKInnoy Tuesday of consumption after a lingering flossTilts colored peoplo of tho Turners vlllo section will have b grand pic nic Friday Aug I for tho benefit of the now eohool building which Is un der erection To Tuft PFNSharilr S M owenal and Deputy Pearson Miller morning for Frankfurt with John Ad ams and George Owens who got ono and two years respectively at the lust term of court TlIK Danvlllo Advocate otTers a prlzo of eM to tho person sending In tho largest number of subscribers by Nov and8t to thq one Bonding In tho second largest list The solicitors will also receive 25 per cent of their col lections on now subscriptions TUB fourth anniversary of tho Stan ford Lodge No 2010 G U O of O F at Stanford will bo celebrated tin Saturday July 2H In the beautiful wood land of lyjr ThomuH C Rankln In tho Hubble BPCllou Music speaking base ball and other things will be attrac tions THAT splendid gentleman unit dcm eras Thalea II Wright of Moreland announces his candidacy for assessor In this issue Ho Is well equipped for the ollicc has been n hurt worker for tho party and has friends alt over tho coun ty who would like to see his wishes gratified flit L BCOOIC announces that tho Lincoln County Medical Society will meet In Stanford on Tuesday tho 10th Dr W L Lowdor will read a paper on tho Ktlology and Pathology of Knteo Colotls and Dr Frank Grlder will give tho Diagnosis and Treatment Dr J G Carpenter willdiscuss tho subjects Bo a MnnIBo a Gentle man Bo a First Cluss Doctor or Quit tbo Profession THK FOURTH main ROYALLY CRLEIIRATED IN STANFORD Another 4h of July has bean duly celebrated and our people as usual did themselves proud The program given In our last was carried out faithfully and thousands of people seemed to en joy It They were hero from nil quar tore of tho county whllo Casey Boyle Rockcastlo Pulatkl and Garrard helped largely to swell tho crowd Perfect order was observed and nothing occur red to mar tho enjoyment of the day except tho shower that came up just as tho parade was moving and which disfigured not a row dresses There was no speaking though many orators were Invited This was disappointing to some but tho most of us enjoyed UH absence The Stanford brass band and tho little ladles of tho orphans home furnished tho music and were highly complimented Bicycle and barrel races plo eating and other contests occupied tho afternoon and at night a highly creditable display of fireworks was given for on hour A big ball at Waltons Opera House wound up the program of the day and when In tho wee emit hours tho dancers went homo they wore an tired a sot of belles and beaux as over celebrated the glorious 4th The first vehicle In tho parade was tho long Crab Orchard Springs omni bus carrying tho band and streamers advertising D n Baldwins pianos and organs then came a carriage with Judges Saulloy Bailey and Carson a landau representing Joseph Price Infirmary double team with Drs Carpen ter and Brown vehicle with A G Eastland and Miss Mary Noel carrying advertisement of the Mutual Life Insurance Co carriage of Hill it neck John Shanks and Pig Portman ad vertising tho hall game J C Me Clarys harness float Higgins ft M- ellnDoRIIlculturallnlllementdlsploy with lots of young people in a bright new wagon Kentucky battleship Soy erance Sons J Glnsburg four horses In tandem to float advertising thicket Store Odd Follow Widows and Orphans Home filled with little glrlsf singing and woylng flags Morris Fred carrying a sack of corn and followed by four pretty floats ono loaded with his children and all advertising Dlx River Mill products Diadem Lodge of Knights of Phythlas nlco float with live goat and members of tho order In uniform R L Bosloy C B Owens J T Jones Robert Bruce John G Lynn Jr and G Barnes Wearen Stanford Hook and Ladder Wagon Bedoll Chancellors and other carriages J IL Greors blacksmith shop S II Baughman on horse back followed by a huge float containing tbo Stanford Ito lor Mill employees Its products and other things that they handle Bcazloy Hays furnished room Cummins McClarys shoo department In float full of young people Hill Becks grocery store Louisville Store huge umbrella on float driven by Charley Cox Dr C A Coxs turnout vehicle advertising Daryillo fair Aug 810 and scores of carriages buggies Ac Ico water was In largo tubs on all sIdes and tho crowd drack and perspir ed to their hearts content There never was a bettor behaved crowd A very few men showed any signs of liquor nod they did not misbe haveOwing to tho sickness of Shelton M Saullcy the job printer who was to run tho press tho iNTEHlOlt JOUKVAL did not appear In tbo parade Mr G L Penny took his brother Wills placo as assistant marshal and made a good ono Chief Matehal Mack Bruce was ably assisted also by Post master J C Florence and J C Bailey There were a number of balloon as censions but Prof Clmlottl made a complete failure of his effort Ho got hung up In the wires at tho INTKIUOK JOURNAL ofllco and that was as high as ho got The crowd was estimated all tho way from 2500 to 0000 though an nsophli tlcatcd old man thought there was between one and two million of people on hand Tho parade was hardly up to last year but tho crowd was considerably larger The jprize for tho nicest turnout offered by Mr George L Penny was awarded by tho committee P M Me Roberts A A Wnrnen and W P Walton to tho Joseph Price Infirmary carriage which was occupied by a quartette of beauties Misses Tevls Carpenter SuIo Thompson Lllllc Carpenter and Florence Burnsldc Tho parade of tho Red Men In Indian costumes and on horso back was a tea turn of the afternoon There were about 50 of them and an export could hardly havo told them from tho real things Tho chase of the cow boy was spirited and realistic and Old Man Afraid of Tho Girls S T Harris who seamed to be tho high muck a muclr was evidently proud of his honors The Odd Fellows Widows and Or phans Homo attracted a great deal of attention and tho little orphans made melody during und after tho parade Miss Virginia Warren played tho organ accompaniment and Miss Madge Buckley the violin anti both did splendidly Mr J T Harris who constructed the homo was as proud of It and Its occupants as If he was tho father of them all Mr A A Warren and Will Sever mire deserve especial mention for the way they worked for tho success f tho celebration Mr Warren looked like ho had boon through a gin roller yes terday morning and said ho felt worse than ho looked because an unappro clatlvo West End woman remarked nt tho closa of the lire display Well if Id or known that that was tho best they could do I should never have rid down hero from Hustonvlllo A working Single tons thcsher died from tho excessive bout In the West Had yesterday 1 t Ei1 Royal Baking- Powder Makes The Food More Healthful Royal Baking possesses qualities ening purity and healthfulness of its ingredients Royal Baking Powder leavens the food perfectly by its own inherent without changing or impairing any of elements of the Thus the hotbreads hotrolls andmuffins and the delicious hot griddlecakes bythe Royal Baking Powder are wholesome and digestible and may be eaten without even by persons of delicate digestionAlum baking powders are low as alum costs but two cents a pound but alum is a poison and it renders the baking powder dangerous to use in food ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK DONT forgot about our cleaning up nil beginning Monday Severance Suva TUB Odd Follows another floats that were loft out night were robbed of the flags and bunting that decorated them TUB members of tennis olub en Joyed a hay rldo last night altar partaking of delightful refreshments withI Mists Virginia Plckott who is a mom bar MKMDKitSof Diadem Lodge No 81 are earnestly requested to bo at Castle Hull Thursday ulghl next Important business ISraest Warren K of U its liedATTBNTION Is to tho card of Drs Slavln L Phillip who have open ed an oHlco here for tho practloo of tho new art of healing Road what osteopathy Is and consult them TUB stockholders horowlll be glad to know that the Fhst National Bank of Florence Ala earned pearly 14 percent gross during tho last six months the net being 8751031 Only a 3 percent dividend however was declared expenses and bad debts eating up the restCURIOSITIRRWarron Shanks have In theIr window a glass bottle that was carried through the Revolt tlonary war by Clement C Kdolln grandfather of W K Amon They also have a 6T pound bombshell pick cd up near Cumberland Gap a horso pistol of wonderful antiquity and tho saw of a saw fish which was 18 feet long and which was caught In tho Gulf of Mexico The threo last curios be long to Dr Clifton Fowler WHAT the Stanford team did for the Hustonvlllo boys hero the 4th was a plenty Our boys had their playing clothes on and defeated the visitors 11 to 0 Harry Higgins pitching was al most faultless the Hustouvillos getting only ono good hit oft of him Florence caught him well and their support was good Morse did the star playing for the visitors milking a phenomenal catch at short The contest stands ono and ono now and n breaking of tho tie will bo an Interesting gone Capt Noaks writes us that I havo a good plan upon which to work to secure my release I do not want to bo vindicated upon a technicality but as everybody is aware have little chance for justice in Frankfort at the present as 1 regard this a political fight and not a desire to deal out justice to any onoiC W Lester former State Inspector sent this suspicious dispatch To Robt Noaks on train No 83 Bristol Tcnn Must I go to Rig Stono Gap after you Know what I should act at once Wire me On reaching Frankfort Noaks ups put In jail when ho wired Gov Bradley C W Metcalf of Pint vlllo and J C Maynor of Corhln to act as his attorneys By an agreement between County Attorney Polsgrovo and Attorney Maynor Noaks was re leased from jail In the custody of a deputy shcrllT until he can bo given an examining trial When arrested at Dig Stone OBI Robert Noaks told Olllcer Harrod that had ho arrived a day or two later he would not have found him there as ho was preparing to go to Indiana on u visit Caps Noaks telephoned this olllco last evening to tell his mother who lives In this county that ho Is getting on all right and not to bo uneasy about him Lutes t Co sold to J C Johnson 6 at hogs at 4 MIr Pow der pecu liar not found in other leav agents which arise the supe rior fitness I power the flour raised distress i corrosive Wednesday Osteopathy from ONLY some routine business and tho passing on of claims was done In tho council mooting last night The boundary question was to have boon consid ered but only four councilmen were present and Mayor Monofco adjourned the meeting till next Thursday night to act on that question Fire at the works of tho Standard 011 Company at Constable Hook Bayonne N J has caused a loss of ovor 2500 030 At least ono life was lost The Ploor Ware shooting case at Hopklnsvillo was called but Ware waived examination and was held to answer In the sum of 8140- 0IPOSTED throb T notify Ihe pllllltthat hiT land iIwlnl an1 that permit no hunting or laf fitly kntonit Violator will unthed- to full exwnt of iho taw M FELAMI OLD MOCK WHISKY George U WontlKTford liar a contract for rUM CONTROL ASP SALE of Old Mock Wills ky In Hustonvlllo Ky 110 MOOR Dunvlllc Ky CumcorlanQ Falls Hotel NOW OPEN Faro bettor than ever Fishing season In full blast Dally hacks to and front station Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further partite ulars J B OWENS Mutt Parkers Lnh Ky The GreenStore HUSTONJZILLe Now Stock of Dry Goods NotionsGents nishing Goods ShoesClothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before regent ad ranees and consequently tjio prices nre lower than other stocks taught since goods went See my rvew line of Hot Weather Clothing Low Cut Shoes and Stray Bata fiJAMES FRYEr a jl r t 7 iiIfII Ifnvo Located in Stanford on Depot St Near Main lor tile purpose selling Secofdl1atd Sf flew 1otim giAt BARCAIN PRICES Inm oelllng Clothing Cheaper than itWI8 ever nold In the town of Stanford before I also carry a If Complete Line of Gents Furnishing GoodsC- ome and let My Prices THE CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE IF YOU AREThrough painting your horse hanging your curtains washing your windows piper hog ilc please RETURN OUR STEPLADDER And Oblige Higgins McKinney PS Also bring our Monkey Wrench Screw Driver Hatchet Hammer and Saw with you Comfort TI- n What You Want Thisyfk Hot Weather Then Go T- oHJMcRobarts r For that Golf lint latest thing out Lncn list Straw Hat A Cool Soft Silk Or Madras Shirt Low Cut Shoes a ad Serge Coats and Vests 1Im TillS MONTH I lotIIs our offering of seasonable ce11up remnant and odd i This not a solo of trash but all good goods U Womens and Childrens Oxfords i1 Mens Shoes Ladies Belts Shirt r Waists Ladies Woolen Skirts La ii dies Wash Skirts Ladies and Chil E drens Parasols Wash Goods c J t And hundreds of little things This wo want to make our banner midsummer sale anti the prices wo make will surely move them I These wo will since on counters in middle of our store they can be t well displayed and easily fou- ndSEVERANCE a SONS w Opposite Court louse t3 i Wonre plea e 110 ant oince that v o have arranged for the sale of Hanan Sons Mens Fine Shoes The highest gnde of Footwon manufactured These In connection with our we dinm priced line made by homers Bowman Cu make the strongest combination known For swell dress wear the Hanan 15 to 17 For constant wear buy Helmets Uuttman r Coa 13 to 48- 0JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad J A ALLEN a CO Contractors And Builders I STANFORD KY have now u complete stock of Rnildtng Material Yellow Pine Kloorlug Colling Poors Sash Blinds and all kliuUof ItrLaed un Jloajli Lumber Klilngle mid UooHn to oust Toslb dc Wo make estimate on uuy Mud of work wanted Office opposite Dr L H Cooks V w iTf 11 ji + 1 THEINTEK10RJOORNAL Entered n the po lojlce al Stanford at tttbnddatt matter IubUahec1rU a asr nc1 rrtc1av- n fl PER YEAR CASH MT When not iopaldffl3OO will be charaedI KNOXVILLE DIVISION it Train going North 1I a ra 2 it a in i 5liII South 12 km- lfi22t pm For aUhIonta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No Amlria at Stanford at 1OS No Uare 8tanbnl at 210 AM o21 Arrlretat Rowland 121 OAT NoM Leaeu Stanlonl at 230 P W QUEEN CRESCENT Trains Rnlng South pan Junction City No muolitop No 3 IhBOr K No6 1122 AM No 9 boIl So 4SA t No412SPMIoIO14AMFRANKFORT Train tcare Frankfort atGO AM 840 PM anill r MroRaectlngat llrorcclown with the 0 Returning Irate Iarla at U4O anil 140 p X mchlng Frankfort alter connecting with Q C train at 1120 M710P and S1S p Toe latter train lean for Oeorcftown at 7 P H J IIKKWTONU P A SOUTHERN RfllLWflY IX KENTUCKY Coatanted Schrtil II Itt Mi 10 1900 UWBOUWD oL No 3t LLou1zylle 74AmlToopm ujiiSbelbyvlue9iovn 5Epm govm- Ar Larencebg9Wam Ipm a Venalllea lattem HTpm taotp- LezlnetonAr tacam 715pm hltJt01 WMTBOUlfD No 6 ror No LvLexlngtoain iS5pm r1Ar Versaillea755m BCpm Islam Ar Larencebg BSara 6i3jpm IIlI3am 4Ar Shebyy11I9IOAm oMpm 30am Ar Loufcrrllla iaMm 740pm Tiftini KASTBOnniX WCSTBOUMU No tllNo STATIONS iNo lilNa 11 400pm Lr Loutsrll Ar 740pm TamtXpm ILlLr LarncbrcAr S8pm 810am 715pm ArllarodsbgLt 440pm 7Oam- 7iOpm Ar llurgln LY 410pm TIJiH BASTBOUWO WISTUOUND arNOiiiJLpm UOam Lv Shelbyll Ar lOam l5pn 647pm 1026cm Lv Verallea Ar 7SOam SOipm- 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Iv 730am 340pm- 740pm llWam Ar Ueorgtn LT 700am 3IOpm BA3TBOUHO WESTOOUMD tNo I tNo 51 STATIONS liKa II Na 1 14JiiiDrlLl2am 1Ipm Ar Ntch1tll Ar aNiam UXlpm 830pm Ar lllchmnd Lv 805am Xllipm lOfipml Ar Irvine Lv IMpm iBTATTON No I No Lv Louisville74am 745pra lokIp01cAr Xnoxv4lle74pm 745am Ar Aabertlle tWain 110pm Ar Savannah Hum ArJaekBonTllle t Ly ChattAnooga ampm K iasspmllsosmlArAr Jacksonvllla 880am IttCOpm LvCattanooga 10pmi 4 am kl Ar Illnnlncbam IttOfipm 1145am l 1I3OpmArIL No 3 through ileeplos ear Louisville to fir Incbam via Lexington aad Cbattanooca i Na 5 tell obiertatioa ehalrcar Loulitllle I to Lexington Jree obierratlon chair car Lexington U i cleeplngcar BLrmlDghnm to LouliTllle 1Notrains dilly between Loulitllle Lexlngloo and J Itwcen Versailles and Georgetown Noa II asdallesceptSuodat tPally except Sunday Other trains dally FS0AKNO 3d VPOM J M CULl T M Washington D C Washington DQ i WATiiiKdPA AVuttTATUBA IA IfWashlortDD U C Louisville ICy U Half Rates to- Cincinnati Ii July 10 11 12 Itonnil trip ticket will be on asia vb haltanouga anil the luren Crewcnl liouterom ill points South to Cinrlnnall and return ono fare for the round trip on lbs dates named The reduced rates are on account ef an anal convedtlvu BYPUfI if America The return llnili are ltlrai Wrlle lor further Particulars He suit your ticket reads oter the tlu n Cres t xnl Iloiilo It Ia 1W miles shorter tban any other line from Chattanooga Atlanta ami the South Its trhnlulen are the iuirkjit iti train service la famous with Ira kr etrrt where as the moot prrfrrt in the South W C Itlnpanon o V A Ctm inoatl or L Mlloholl U A Chattanooga will be glad to ncnd you free printed matter or itherlnfonuallon i BETWEEN LOUISVILLE and CHICAGO BEST LINE TO f Californiaf VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily exctpt Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGOf Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers K II IIACUV JJ 1itV W Cor lli HuU Murket St7 louUvlll Mothers Boy Although drunk iu tho gutter I was once mothers boy An hopeherNow foul ntllillmeomlwithollt ami within Dyed black as tho hades by Circcan em- First n Silfrom the mirthcup of Lwaw held by n fair Ottolily nip was her tine Then the boys wooed and won me I lost Rut I won Thus in lightnecg and brightncv this fate was begun When maddened by pleasure and dazed hy their wine I loll hOllOrtj height for the dark deep of crime They scorned tho spurned mo false friendship then led Jail hart proved lilY vailing my mother layticati A captive they led mo I reeled to her side And hoard this low wJiisper of heartbreak she died Oh blackness of blackness I wail edItAll itIotI Oh worldly temptation how doomful thy cost Now awake in the glitter bat sweet ly dreamed My mother caressed me seraphic the seemed These her soft thrilling words my futures convoy Though of all earth forsaken youre mothers boy Depart my vile ways I From despair Ill arise Theres a love that is holy a love that neer dies Theres yet otto who loves me mid chillis of alloy Her God loves my mother ullllm mothers boy Heredity The terrible results of drink to the innocent children of the drunkard was recently brought out by the in vestigation of Dr S G Howe who traced the parentage of 300 idiots and reported to the legislature of Massachusetts that of tho 300 147 were found to be tile children of drunkards In one instance seven ill iotic children were tile offspring ofa drunken father and mother This fact of inherited disease is a terrible con tradictidh of the argument that n man as a right to drink if he wants to S S The machinery of every railroad train must IKJ kept in good condition in order to run on schedule time So the machinery of the body und brain must bo kept in good condition in order to make the schedule time of a successful life Neglect zany wreck the one and intoxicating liquor may ruin the other- The lower house of congreu baa passed a bill which so enlarges the agProdepart the IIIrdment that It may use its efforts to preserve distribute introduce and restore the game find wild birds of the country The chief weapon by which the department is armed by this law is the enacted prohibition of the transportation through interstate commerce of all game killed in violation of local laws For years the passage of this measure has been sought by every sportsmens organization and by every bird protective so ciety in the land The enactment of this law remarks the Chicago Tribune does more at one stroke for thepreser ratlon of the wild birds than all that the protectionists have accomplished since they began their labors The measure makes it unlawful for any person to deliver to any common carrier for transportation from one state to another any dead bodies or parts of dead boiKes of any animals or birds killed in violation of the laws of the state hr which they were shot It la a wellknown fact that ninetenths of the game consumed in tho large cit- Ies is taken there from states which have nonexport laws The bill puts into the hands of Uncle Sam the pre vention of this lawlessness Hereafter anybody who sends a gull or a tern to the big millinery markets of Chicago will be an offender against interstate commerce laws It is believed by the League of American Sportsmen which has had this bill in charge that it will be suffered to go to the president for signature without change The agi tation of tho last few years by people wbo have been willing to be called bird cranks and sentimentalists seems at last to have accomplished its pur Dose Let the birds sing Low rates West Railroad bargain days via the Monon route Tickets will bo soLd by the Monon route from Lou Isvlllq Ky to points in Arizona Brit lab Colombia Colnrudo Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska Now Mexico Noith Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at ono flrBlclusx fine plus 32 for the roundtrip on Juno 19th July 3 17 AUR 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 2 JO Nova 20 antI Doc 4 10 Ibnltcd returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour lets will bo furnished with schedules and further Information by addressing B II Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon Route Loulsvlllu Ky BISMARKS mon 1IPHYE WM the remit of his splendid health Inilouil undhereiilcfoidfr U you want thrw qualIties and the iiccra buy Irlnjt Ir Ibll New JJfe Illla bodyOnly ltfb h j L T flMI road Trnatfalnea- JosJar said Mrs Corntossel Im rare you cant find no fault with Josh sence weve been to town I cant lie dIdnt get home till four oclock this morninV I noticed It lou know you told him you wanted him to be sure an be out o1 bed every morning before live oclockYes Well the poor boys so skeered of you that hos been stayin upnll night sos to be able to keep his word Washington Star Its Real Fun Row Hobby is attending to his piano forte leSIons very faithfully of late said the youths uncle Yes replied his mother I dont have any trouble with him about that now How did you manage it Some of the neighbors complained of the noise his exercises made and r told him about it Now he thinks its fun to practice TltBlts True to Hlmielf Do you intend to spend the balance of tho century in this same idle shift less way my friend asked the phil anthropist who had given him a meager handful of sold victuals MI dont like that word balance answered Tuffold Knutt looking at him with a coldly critical eye heat is a blamed sight better wordClui cago Tribune Not for IIIiu Are you an advocate of spelling re form Xo by Jinks Im taking a tile tlonary that costs three dollars a number and Ive 24 numbers of it bound and pall forChleago TimesHerald A Woman DUcorery IsabelleI used to sacrfice myself for other peopl- eBellndnJXmt you do it now IsabelleNo Ive quit it people seem to like me just as well and I know rm more amiable and better looldngDetrolt Free Press Quantity Sot Qnnlltr Why you stiff cried the first heeler when it comes to usefulness to the party Im worth two of youl Oh I dont know replied the other I can vote jest as often as you if necessary Philadelphia Press llebHttal Testimony The Quest Isnt your little boy rather nervous Mrs Ulram Mrs Dlmm No I think not Little Boy Yes I am ma when people who come here stay too long it makes me wriggle around and kick my chair Chicago Record Obeying the Scripture Iielyn who has Just been robbed of a klscMr Kuratc how dare you Ransom Kurote meeklyI beg your pardon but I was only obeying the Scriptural injunction Do unto others as you would have others do unto yotl1udgo Ilnlne Call We sea her af tho telephone W e ante her stormy frown She calls her husband up And then she calls him down Chicago Dally Newt SlOW sue FIGLHEIl IT OCT Jimmy with the peanuts A little girl choked to death eating peanuts the other day JaneWell shed been llvin yet If shed known youiN Y World Not a Clrcomatance The chllllnen of liquid air Seems mora like warmth tis found To those who meet that rigid stare Where Boston girls abound Elliott Magazine The Way It Came About He The woman was the first temptress you know She Oh yes But if the man hadnt had more stomach than con science or heart ho wouldnt have sue cumbed Philadelphia North Amerl can Unprofitable Game i City Sportsman Any game here Jerseyman Plenty o snipe Snipe It doesnt pay to hunt them Too smaU Too small ter cook Too small to liitN Y Weekly t Slinliliy ReMarry me darling and life will be one grand sweet song SheI am not quite sure about the sweetness On ten per week it could only be a ragtime song Chicago Dolly News A Biblical IleBo JewelerWhy do you refer to watch cases without movements as faith Pious ClerkWell you see they dont amount to very much without good worksJewelers Weekly Very Slid Jlmmlc Hows business Cracker Had very bad JimmieWhat yer been doln lately Cracker Hobbln safesN Y Weekly HOWS TillS We ollur One Iliintlrtit Dollars Ilewarilor any aaonC Catarrh list ran not In rimd liy Jlolla Cs tarhiCireI J tjjEjjjY CO Toledo We tliennilenlnol liare known J Cheney for the anti Iwllovo Mm i rltctlr lut6flllulurn traunactlona aui finativl ally able to carry out any obligation iiiado by their Silo WKdT THUAX Wholesale DruprUta Toleilo O WALDIMI KIXNAK A bll rtig lilt Toledo 0 Ilallt Catarrh Cure li taken 1tI rllal1alle directly upon the blood and minima mrfaiva of til ivitem Twlliuunlala Mill free 1rUo 5cjr bot tie Sold by all VruKKIota- Halla Family tftlU art the belt filWr isT ii tiriL To Soften and Whiten the HANDS To Stop Fall- ingHAIR To Beautify th- eSKINA The Standard and70netSoap to to MJLLlONSrt USE- CUTICURA Rxclnilrrly for brantlftlne kID for the topping of falling balrtlor soflrnihf and whitentoy red this fonn of bath for annoying irritation for too free or offence pertplratlon In the form of wiubra fur Ulcerative wraknnwi fir nUe aatlwptls purpow and for all 110bof lwrtoilet both sad nnrwry CuricVRi Hoar combine InOii UIIndLtutouHeI O SISSSSSSSS SSUUSS Summer Excursions The Queen Crescent I Route forms close connection nt Cincinnati with the great trunk a lines Pennsylvania Lines G R S I lug J Route II D tii C it O anti Erie railways handling through trallic expeditiously Elto till summer resorts of the North 1 Special Low Excursion Rates Q Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen 0 Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Pctoskey Mackinac and all other summer retting places on i Mountain Lake and Seashore A New Ticket to Mackinac You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rate mat will tike you to Chicago thence by the palatial steamer Manltou to Mackinac reo I turning via C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C II k D Ky to Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered The famous resorts of the South are also open now The seo Rock Castle Springs Cumberland Falls Kyand Rhea Isoont Tenn promises to be the most ever known Omevnt trains are palaces ot travel Through Pullman sleepers dally from all Imthern cOlas Parlor oluvrratlon and chair cars from Chattanooga Home and AttulH on Ia y traliu Free reclining chairs from Chattanooga on night trains fait r liiliili ixrfrd track No mule no dust no cinders IonII true Inlonnation ai to tuminer retort and Quevn Crtarcnl wnrlce to O 1 iin r A Iliatlanuoira Teuu or call upon your ticket agent V J KIKPMY Uviieral Mauagcr W C RINCAKSON Oenl Vuttattr Agent CU4C1flAT1 C 8S8eecTheres no need go the PARIS EXPO the C every 1900 = =13 M 15 16 1718aI9oo 7 30000 It Pood tear Att o THE Fino Lads direct from Hunftrr TIlE WERNTZ FAMILY GMEMBERSG- Aerialists SOAP successful r August URSE REMIUM s Throe families jrtll FREE each day In tront of grand no to 3O0OO Live Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races Free 1ocs HUNGARIAN BOYS jyiJ ITARY BAND 35 Supreme i Will Include the most gorgeous extensha attractive array ot amusement features tho best and highest priced artists the grandest of Oriental and modern noverty features ever one yOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT 4 E W Ky t rates on all railroads See posters band bills 10 cvtry 4 trains on SurWyTo celebrated give PERFORMANCES tho stand i TO Youll thing oJic8rtl35m FAM- ILY8MmIDERS8 Uiriral Acrobat The AeC JJAN VJJtAaggre- gation congregated under management SIIANKUN Secretary Lexington crEscursIon small INDIANAPOLIS Four Fast Trains Toledo Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS a 4 taint every weekday 3 traIns on Sunday Pullman nnd Wagner Sleeper on night trains Vesllbuleit Iarlor Can on train = 4 trains ev ry 3 tralna on SundAyTo find and Big aid and and trains AND day CHICAGO Vertlbuled traIns Standard ami Comportment Sleeping Cars Iarlor Car and Cal Dining cua A FOE EENJGood properly In the town of Oral Orchard W IANDOKAI Krlfrer Ky HOTeL FOR SKL6 Leading Hotel In Homtnet wish rood burinm will sell or tad fur good stork farm lirhtbeiIhl- 7Iras AiMraa JOU- RALJOSJED mytautIAN1H1UAK KrlgerKy siyfarmFast NIKKLIA Otieiihrlni Ky 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