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V SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOUxfll no STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 30 1900 9 A M NO 9G NEWS OF THE VICINAGE E A Kdclon wits acquitted nt Luhtt son or tho ktlllnlf of John Alvey laet JunoDuring a row In Doll county Sum Jonas shot stud itlllod JOt haggard o 12 year old boy MM Ellen Lowry mother of the county clerk of Jemralne died of pneumonia aged 01 L L Jurret Urodbepdn pontraantor hay sold Jil grocery stock to Frith Ss Dunn of that niece Charles Stonlford of London died of typhoid fever at tho PaLLlo A Clay In firmary at Richmond A po tolllco has beon established at Alplno Iulaekl county with It P Iotera po troa tor Tho Kulchta of Pythias lodge at Lancaster gave Jim Crow Dillon a handsome reclining chair A movement U on foot to build a telephone lino from Rlohmocd to Mc ICco the county seat of Jackton Sara P Barker one of the proprie tore of the CampbolUvlllo and Colum blaeUiRO line was found dead In boo in Columbia Heart disease was the trouble A train of 110 oinpty cars to test track was run over the Oinclnnatl Southern Saturday It was nearly a mllo loop nod the tot was tnott mls fagtorjr It M Rete of Wllllanuburg and Dr J P Young of Vayno couotywho were recommended for appointment In tho oatfsus bureau by Ilopreiontallve Horolnp have iuccowfully pasted their examinationMr Crate second ton of tho late Gnpt Thompson Craig and Ml llt Kftllo Rebui oldest daughter of Mr and MOl Anton Ilobm were married sire A B Lewis grandmother of Mr T1 Curry of Danvllla died Wednoa day at Lexington In her HSlh year Advocate DrJl Ovortun and hie ootiiin Leo Ororton tired off their plttol at a daooo in hell county In an effort to break it up and succeeded Some of the dancer returned the Are and the two Overtone were dangerously wounded Two won named Baylor and I roe k were nice wounded Miss Frankie May aged 14 shot and Instantly killed Robert GrIIIIn night ticket agent of the Cincinnati South ern at Somerset Mr GrlQln was call big on Miss Anna May an older sister and tnoy were talking In the parlor when tbo younger sister camo in and seeing tho pUtol that Mlee May had bad repaired took it up and pointed It at QrlUln not knowing that It was loaded It was discharged the ball striking Urinin to tho right of tho clar Iclo and causing utmost Instant death Ho was tho oldest son of oxMayor T It Grlnio Miss Muv Is tho daughter of J T May a prominent attorney of Somerset HUBBLE Henry Hall sold sumo tat hogs to Thompson nt4e Lo King bought 19 yfearllng of Bob Sulloo at Ho Tho wedding aver Is afloat In this community and two raarrlatoa will a take pluco sure before tho middle of February and maybe there will bo oth err Win Watson and wife loft hut week for Arizona by way of Kansas for u short lay over fxjvleii Harris has en terod tlioForaulo College at Stanford nod wo loin a sweet little girl from otfr community Miss Janlo Poland U go Ito teach a subscription school hero this spring and wo are expecting good school George Wood returned froni Louisville nnd did not buy wctb onion that market Ed Minor li back from tho South and reports a sale of 8GO around for his mules in Atlanta Dank Ball has gone to Crab Orchard to take u job of feeding cattle MODERN DENTISTRY MODERN PRICES MODERN IDEAS TEETU EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN Wo make a specialty of correcting any deformities of tbo mouth Talking through tho noso remedied and tbo cause removed Wo have on entirely new way to fill teeth without any pain Pomona with broken artificial tooth can havo them repaired in one hour All work dono according to latest method Dr Hobson makes several trips to New York every year and yob can always get tho latest improvements In dentistry at hIS oftlco All work at reduced prices for u lid ited time All prk guaranteed Olllco next door to government build leg DR HOBSON DENTIST Richmond Ky r Olllco open at night MISTAKEN IIIIO IIAUNH9 TEbLS now MOODY BlUKdliON AND HAVUROALMADi T1IHM ANI LOST Til Rill LIVES IN CONBE QUBNCK- SANIIIKL Jan 2iThoro Is a chap u tel of unwritten history that this gen oration of frivolous and unglrt Chris tines ought to know although It Is a t thankless and unwelcome duty to wrlto It Tho King nf Evangelist tho Prince of Preachers and tho Queen of Sacred Song are tbo principal characters who figure In It Tho prominence of theeo three Known the world over glvo the Impressivenessand men aro not ceasing to wonder why tbey were taken In the full maturity of their powers of mind and body when they wore no needed on earth to ton tlnue tho iovornl lines of service for tho Lord that their pro eminont gifts fitted them for uod their ardent 7ealI entitled them to conlluuo for tho good of tbo race- Dwlgbt L Moody Charles H Spur gcon and Prances Ridley Havergal nilj died when there seemed no reason for dying They were not warn out physically by their abundant labors Mental ly they were at tho zenith of theirI power Spiritually with force unabal od they wore growing In grace every dayAnd yet all three wore cut off In thoI midst of their day by tho fall Destroy or If I err not for the same reason Their very eminence wrought their de struction Job of the land of Us was tho Lords beet man on earth That was the reason the Devil hud power to heap affection upon him and camo to near kllllne him while Inferior saints f Iko Kllplmz Dlldnd and Zophar escap ed although bred In the same school of theology us Job and believing tbo same things of Gal that Job did viz That the Lord gave and look away and that we received evil at the hand of the Lord as well as good All four wera sternly ortbordox Hut Jobs proeminent position rendered him a shining mark for the fiery krrows of Satan Peril and pre ominenco go to gcthor The rifle of tho sharpshooter singles out the officer In command and Satan delights to strike down a Prince In Israel If ho exposes himself trf his Infernal archery Lot us clearly take these bedrock facts Into consideration lest we err with those who said Dow could such un evangelist as Moody such a preacher at Spurgoon such a sweet singer In Israel us Miss Haver gal bo taken and to many Interior ser vants of the Lord be left Lot DO ono say that what I am writ lag Is dictated by a spirit of deprecia than of these grand woikcrs In the Mas ters vIneyard No It Is because I re yore their exalted worth and admire exceedingly their piety and zeal that I am constrained for the sake of these who snrvlvo them to put on record u few terrible facts in tho history of ouch I need not write at length about Evan gelist Moody case Not long before lils decease ho felt It Is duty to roslnl the worn of John Alexander Dowic in Chicago tho man who more than any other In this generation has tho cour age of bis convictions and adds to his faith virtue which in this scripture is synonymous with thatof courage or qianlinoes that so few possess In this cowardly age As Is well known ibis uobp work r for God makes it specialty of testimony to the power of Jesus to hold the diseases Initiated by tbo Devil upon our poor tortured bodies and tho Lord has honored him by heal ing tons of thousands of cases mostly desperate through Instrumentality so that Scrlbo and Pharisee Chief Priests and Rulprs Lro gnashing their tooth in Impotent rage being at their wits end to prove any evil of tho Lords servant That notable miracles of heal lug have been wrought they can not deny Tho sworn records of tbo Chi cage circuit court confront them oven when more numerous cases are Ignor ed Out of their own judges mouth they uro condnmned as slanderers of a good man Into this conlllct dear Moo dy was drawn and committed tho fatal error of Ills life by announcing to tho world that when any oud was sick the best thing la do was to call in tbo most skillful doctor that could be summon ed Ho did so In his own case and died Thus tell the king of evangelists who took the Dlblo as his guide and clung to It despite Higher Criticism nod lower scepticism with rare devo Lion yet Impaled at least upon clear unambiguous scripture nnd denying Jesus as the Holy Healer authorized by tbo wprd of God What a spectacle for men and angels The caao of tbo great preacher Spur goon was precisely similar Ho fought mo In London because T preached JO Bus as tho only Bible physician I hadI anointed Richard Cory a multimil lionaire of Cardiff Wales before GOOO people In Wbttechapcl London Eng dlfeasothatmany Ho bad literally suffered many thin eef many physicians and wan no better but rather world Than this rich man cacao to Jesus being convlnc jed that Ho hud all power committed to In Uoavcn and on earth nod sub in tied to Gods ordinance of healing at the hands of a tramp evangelist before n grout multitude of people Richard Cory was an Intimate friend of Mr Spurgcon and had siren him Thousands of pounds to help him In his t noble London work In Spurgcons study a four days agar his anointing ho told him what he had done and ask cd tho great preacher what ho thought of the evangelist who hud anointed him Oh Barnes Is u crank was the reply of the Irloco of Preachers Peen America whore Individualism of character Is tortured AS part of our ed ucatloo hive no Idea bow the ipso dlxlt of the great sways the opinion of the lea Mr Corf voluntarily promised me thetas noon u bo went to Cardiff ho would arrange for u meeting that ho a tabernacle there that would hold 10000 people and that Jesus claims as Savior and healer should bo made known throughout Wales rwile of course overjoyed thinking the Lord bad delivered the little principality to our hands Hut that simple sentence Of the man In whom ho had unbounded confidence ruined the whole prograrfi Cory wont homo and never hoard a word from him Ho told me before bo loft London what Mr Spurgcon had said On this hint I wrote Mr Sat length lolling him of the cruel thins bo had done reminding him of the tlmo when I had sailed for India he WaS the worst abused man In London and all the great ones had esteemed him a crank And all tho newspapers In the metropolis were lampooning him without mercy Now ho was an tho Pope Ills slightest utterance bad pow or to lift upf and cast down and be had oho cn to defame u stranger whom ho bad nevor hoard and through whom the Lord was working In the poorest quarter oi London In demonstration of the spirit and with power Was this worthy of him I have his answer not by an nmtnucinsls as bo generally conducted his largo correspondence but In his own handwriting It Is a manly and humble apology that shows tbo gracious spirit of tho man but It was only personal Ho still fought myI work Not long after ho also was strlck on sought the help of the ablest phelI clans and died at 61 So fell the Prince of Preachers wbo ought to bo alive to day blessing tbo world but who like Asa King of Judah In his disease sought not to tho Lord but to the Phy slclans 2 Chron 1012 yet Asan heart was perfect with the Lord all his days Klngs lf 14 as 1 doubt not S urgROps was as Moodys was as Miss Havergals was Hot that did not prevent tho Devil taking them away in the midst ofthelr days for Alias error- I need not dwell upon Miss Haver gals case though It was In some roo sp cote sadder than any of them Preach ors are many Sacred songsters are few and she war tbo sweetest of them all I could weep as I read her in spired melodies to think that the Dev U templed bur too to re peal good Spur goons wrong and perhaps encouraged by his example At any rate she com mitted herself against Or Boardtnane teaching of Jesus the only Hear authorized by Scripture fell sick sought medical help from tho physicians and was cut oil with the best part of earth ly life unlived Now readers you must draw your own conclusion The Gospel is of Life un to Life and Death unto Death running side by stile and ho that has tho power of death is ihoDovIl always biding his time and watching his chance Take heed that he Insnnro theo not Thu verso of Kcrlpturo that comes to me as I write Is this Lot him that tblnketh ho standeth take heed lest bo full For you I am praying Im praying for you who read these lines of faithful warning I know that this message will to mis understood by many I cant help that I must speak out The wise shall understand Lot none sny I despise tbo doctor The poor world would faro in its un belief If It could not avail Itself of skill and research and careful study It is the most self denying profession on earth when followed not for filthyo lucre but for poor suffering humanitys sake lJut the moat skillful doctor on earth must stand aside In the presence of the Great Physician Jesus Aro any a among you who bollove sick there Is only one safe thing to do Go to Jesus In the way of His appointment All pow er Is committed to him In Heaven arid earth Ho Is the parao yesterday today and forever A ail name signifies Tho Lord U Healer Thereforo he the King In Judah Praise with such a name had the greater sin Moodyc Spurgeon Havergal What a of names But this very greatness slow them BARNES u THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you It you uw l Dr Klngi Now Ufa ThOiiandi of auflVrtr hare prop cdtliell matchleii want lor Sick and Narrow lleailacht They make blood and strong Df nc and buUd up your health Easy to tate then Only 23 Money back If no- tcprnield Dy Ienn the drugglet BndheadRockcastle Comfy Some ot the homo guards who went from hereto assist in the Goebel con lest returned in a lute days on a coal car They said all ihey hail to sat was cup of beau soup banded to thom through a wlro fence The democrats are Levels lots of tun over the mutter hu republicans seem to bo down in he mouth and have but lluloto say Some young men from Hitter Creek thought they would have u Jay lime hero They shot late u bouse and cutup generally and then run ofT The marshal took a posse of men next duy and brought thom before Police Judge Ar Pike County Attorney P D Collier camo down and prosecuted them Ono was fined g another 125 and costs Id all about 3100 Too case for shooting Into the house was deferred to the grand jury After the trial ono follow took log ball and ran through the river as said as it was Tho mar shal says ho will get him if ho stays In the country About live or jx years ago a crowd of young men from anoth cr town took a tumble through hero and it cost thom several hundred dollar Wo have bad but little trouble since till this fart weeks affair Tbo boys must Lana a lesson occasionally end they generally pay well for it Rev J G Llvlogstou tilled his regular appointment of tho Christian church airs M P Hutchison has returned to her homo at London D R Tolten has just returned from a two weeks trip to Garrard county selling fluid seeds Mr W IfPelius after being away for over four months is back at his old place as night man We are glad to have him with us I know certain young lady U wonderfully well pleased Thos Cherry and wife went to Lancaster Sunday to the funeral of Mrs It U Bilson Miss Mollie Houk of Maretsburg Is taking mu sic lessons here Mr Thomas is leach cri Mr Wra Brooks was here u low days since to ship a grand fathers clifck bought of J H Albright Itwas shipped to Mrs G W Miller Wln field Kan lie alo tent her two old time parlor chairs Dr Proctor and family arrived last week from Delund Florida Ho has not Improved any Inj health Mr J T Rudd from tin county was hero lust week looking- at our land with tho view of locating a colony of tobacco growers Win Sha for and Prank Gaylefrom the same county They will grow tobacco TtfOy all say that we have fine tobacco and It will not grow as much to tbo aero as richer land but will bring much more per pound in the market Land can be leased or rented on very favorable terms It the object of the Tobacco Growers As sociation to get enough tobacco put out to justify the building of a ware house and have a home market All our farmers aro requested to call on Thos Cherry or J IL Albright for further information as to renting land for tobacco or growing it on their own land Seed will be furnished free HAVING A GREAT RUN ON CHAM HER LAINS COUGH KEMEDY Manager Martin of tho 1ierron Drug S4tOrc informs us that ho Is having a great run on Chamberlains Cough Item edy He sells five bottles of that medi cine tonne of any other kind and it gives great satisfaction In these days ofla giippo there Is nothing like Chamber aims Cough Remedy to stop the cough heal up the sore throat and lungs and give relief within a very short time Till sales ore growing and nil who try it an pleased with Its prompt action South byCraigIfocker Low RATES TO TilE NOUTJUVEST Tickets will bo sold by the Monon route from Louisville to points in Arl zone British Columbia Colorado Ida bo Iowa Manitoba Michigan Minne sota Montana Nebraska Now Mexico North and South Dakota Utah Washington Wisconsin and Wyoming and return at ono faro for the round trip nd20tbjMar17th Half rata for children between live and 12 Inclusive Tickets 21 days roturtifug t1pBrtlculnr8 of your local ticket agent or cheerfully byEnOBBEDTHS GRAVE A startling lnclJ ntof which Mr John Oliver liyhimlion t skin was almost yellow eyes nihkco lonlue tasted pale continually la hack and alder dlYJbreefriend and to my joy aud surprise the met bottle mad a deeded ImprOTtincnt continued their use for three weeks and am now a well min I know they saved toy life and rol M the grate of another U41y611cUThere U more Catarrh In this section of the coun try than all other dUcaMs pat together sod until the last few years Wit supposed to In incurable lor a great yea doctor pronounced It a lo dlswwe and prescribed lord remedies cod by icing to cure with loci treatment pronounced It Incurable Scleme baa proven rat arrh to be a constitutional dUease and therefore consiltutlonil treatment Haifa Catarrh Cure manufactured by P J Cheney 1 Co Tol edo Ohio II Ids only constitutional euro nil the motet It Is taken ln In dowi from 10 drops to a teaspoonful U seta directly no the blood and mucous surface of the system They of ter 8100 for anycaae It falls to cure fur clr culara and testimonials Add K J CHUNKY A CO Toledo U Sold HaUa gantry Pills art ho beat iioth DoYouDo11e 7 Oldi Stand The Globe Special Sale In Socks Beet and Biggest Line Ever Shown Good Wearers nnd Will Keep Your Feet Worm Dig Line of Suits And Overcoats I- To be sold in order to mako room for our 8p iog Goods Dont miss this Call and see t Miller Hisrh Danville StitiieHeeeeeeelDeee A C SINECO- NTRACTOR 1 BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and g guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work 9 manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for Iwhom I nave builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here SashIe Lumber Lath Shingles EtcH will duplicate any prices offered- MeeMeeleeeeeoeeelee oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0- g w13 MciOi3EiTS1 g o 0 DRUGGIST STANFORD o O O OPERA 110U3E nLOCIC 00 ggO 0SpecloLUelltionwith Core 0and 0 ggo 0 000040400000000001p00000000000000An0c4 1tOf All Kinds t l CLOTHINGf1 OCI UNDERWEARw if NECKWEARi cfIfRubber and Childrens Shoes ifJ iTermsC H J MR asJihlPi q = TCall Phone No 10 Higgins McKinneyJ STANFORD KY For a Farm Machinery Wagons Buggies Salt Lime Cement Stoves Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sewing Machines A Specialty t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 30 1900 W 1 WALTON 1Tireend Is at last in tight with the and Deckprospects rosy that Goobol ham will got their duos The vote In the Van Meter case seems to settle tbe question that they will be seatedt1nd the republicans havo about thrown up- tho Tho Cincinnati Commercial TribTSne rep which has taken great Interest In Kentucky politl t says there is no longer any doubt 01 that the contestants will be sustained The direct evidence Is alt in and yCS terday was devoted to rebuttal Ten hours will be allowed to a side for arlU menU The republicans asked for 12 hours and the democrats live houril oich side desiring to have five speeches as follows For Goobol Loula Mc Qaown Olllo James Zack Phelps Den nett II Young and John K Hendrl For TaylorW O Bradley W H Yost T L Edelen W C P Breck ridge and W H Sweeney After the arguments are heard It will take lIev oral days for the committees to makeup their report and a final voto by tho Legislature is not expected before next week To seat tbd contestants will re ulre 70 votes There are 26 persons who claim to be democrats in the Sc ateeut there are several that can not be depended upon except to vote with tho republicans The House has 60 democrats if all who claim to be vote that way The margin is narrow but Goebel cause Is good and there oUlht to bo no doubt of the outcome The democratic ticket is legally and morally elected and should have been so declared in the first place TUB taking of a thousand Ignorat and vicious mountaineers to Frankfo to Intimidate tho Legislature was a republican blunder that rises to the magnitude of a crime The herding of puch an Irresponsible and armed mob forth alleged purpose of passing resolutions they could not read and doubtless couldI not understand when read to them ca have no other effect If It have any ut all than to make the legislators more determined to turn Taylor down if tho facts justify It and to see that Gocbt Is given his dues The men were takes to Frankfort on special trains a pIstol or a gun being tho only passport for free transportation and provisions after reaching the city The behavior of the men along the route and after theta arrival was so outrageous that the leaders became alarmed and hurrIed them home One poor fellow iron Harlan lost his life in the sbatuefu orgies en route Charles Flnloy ex Secretary of State and one S G Sharp ox democratic State treasurer who has been on the down grade for years both politically and financially seem to have headed tho movement which reacted both on them and their cause It costs money to provide trans portatlon and provision for 1000 met three days and the people are naturally Inquiring who pays the bill BY a vote of 51 to 45 the Houso gay the scat occupied by Berry of Fayetti county to the democratic contestant Solomoq Van Meter It was tho first real test vote of the session and the result seems to settle tho contests oft Goebel and Deck ham In their favor We are glad to observe that Mr Bag by of Boyle who voted with the re publicans once last week voted right in this case Lafferty Cochran and Orr did not vote though they voted against the minority report which was bad enough Grlder HInton and Wil lingham other socalled democrats voted with the republicans throughout The seating of Van MeteR gives the democrats 60 votes and the republicans 40 Eph Rays the republican member from PulaskI was mysteriously missing when the contest was voted on and Gen Collier was sent on a special train to Lexington to overtake him but ho had gone to Somerset The Lexington Herald makes some Insinuations and tries to leave the Impression that Hays is too thick with the Goebel peo pleas ho eat up all night Friday playing cards with some of them Tits Is awful Because Col W C P Brecklnrldge objected to the armed and Irresponsible mob gathering in Frankfort the Louisville Commercial t shoots this at hlm Between Breckln ridge and the citizens we would prefer to have Breckinridgo go He Is one of those Brown democrats who Is seeking vengeance upon factional adversaries rather than tho preservation of pop ulur government Ho Is a veritable magazine of political hatreds and per sonal resentments Ho Is not pleading Mr Taylors cause for a retainer ho is t at this moment in pursuit of political revenge rhls Is a pretty strong In dictment but who dares deny its truth BuiiKE COCURAN of New York Vho deserted democracy in 180J5 and voted for McKinley U out in lengthy Interview to the effect that ho will support Bryan If ho will relegate the money question to tbo rear and make the anti Imperialism Issue the leading ono Mr Cochran evidently has too good an and puts to higha price on hid support 00 WlULLKN with brutal frank ladmitted on the witness stand that he lied in his first statement in which ho denied all knowledge of the charge of attempted bribery Senator Harrel had brought against him A man who vl11 lie once will lie again and Whallen on oath Is no more to bo believed tban when ho Is not Th3 suit against Hal rel for obtaining money by false pre tenses is a big bluff made solely to er feet the situation at Frankfort by try- Ing to besmirch the character of one 01 the legislators A republican judge on ex parto testimony held Barrel over but that was only a part of the pro gramTile latest scheme of the mlsorablo assassins and cut throats in forestalling n decision by tho Legislature in Goe bills favor Is the swearing out of war rants against hlraBeckbam and enough democratic members of tliotefjlf turn to break a quorum on a charge 01 conspiracy State troops are to be In readiness to surround the Statehouse to keep the democrats from seizing the oQlces Bat this will not work even II the conspirators have the temerity to undertake it Goebel is pretty sure to got his scat and d d be ho who IItands In his way when he goes to get It EMMETTLoaAN has never done be ter work than ho Is now doing for the Louisville Times ills shafts of wit satire and sarcasm go right to the re pabllcans soft places and make a kill- Ing every time- UNuitE Kentucky where everybody looks down on the mlsnrablo do facto governor the people of Iiuho all looic up to their chief executive Cause why He is seven feet tall Frankfort and the Legislature The bill to prohlbot tho bringing of pauper children Into the State was passed bv the Senate 38 to 2 ExCongressman John D White of Clay county unqualifiedly condemns the recent course of the republicans at FrankfortThe passed the antihigh hat bill 18 to 17 It prohibits ladles from wearing high hats In halls of public amusement Somo Lexington women are petition Ing the Legislature to pass a law mak- Ing emasculation the penalty for attempted rape Col Colsons condition having grow worse Judge Cantrill on the attldatvl of his physicians that his life depended m It had him moved from the jail to the Kings Daughters Hospital at ranktori Senator Harrel who accused Whal en of trying to bribe him was held 10 1000 in the Lonisblllo police court at joulsvllle for action by the grand jury on the Buckingham bossc charges of obtaining money by false pretenses The committee on suffrage and elections made a favorable report on a bpi fleeting the printing of ballots I laces a circle under tho party device istead of having the deyico enclose In a square as at present ThoFranklln grand jurys report riticlscs the action of Pro Tern Gov aylor In making a charge against clti Blclals of the State capital and then refusing to substantiate It when Invit cd to do so Its Investigations disprove the charge and commends the city ofll fo their efforts to put down lawless neSiI Grand Old Joe Blackburn puts anoth- r lie to sleep In this manner IfI thero is a democrat In this State whoI illevcs that I have deserted Goebel he should be relegated to a mule pen have but onoIdca one hope and that 18 to see Goebel seated I am exerting every effort In that direction and If I IIve10 days longer I will see him Where be rightly belongs In tho gubernato rial chair Senator Curter says The mob of luntalneers that rushed upon Frank fort Is one of the most damnable out rages In tho history of tho State For Its existence I blame Gov Taylor and bl advisors They certainly know of the mobs coming The mob know just where to go They stacked their arms In the State olllcus and went to break fas t Everything hat been arranged for their coming POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Roberts says a grandson of Brigham Youngwill succeed him in Congrees from Utah lepresentailvo Juno Gaylo has In trodnced a bill In Congress to alprOB ate 8150000 for a public building at PorlsIudgo Borclng says that the presl dent will appoint Judge J H Tlnsley t of Barbourvillc on the Paris Fair Com mission wlthln tho next 10 days Thu secretary of tho interior has dls- barrcd A A Tinsleyof Luwronceburg for practice before that department for the alleged receiving of Illegal pension fu a The majority resolution to exclude Polygamist Roberts and declare the scat vacant was adopted by the House 2118 to CO after tho minority report to admit him and then expel him was do fcated BRIEF NEWS NOTATIONI Mayfield has over 100 cases of measI les A locomotive exploded In Michigan and three men were killedI r A bill to lower the legal Interest rate from 0 to 5 cents has passed the Ohio House John Rock of Clinton Tenn dlell from cuts received while trying to savo his wife from committing suicide R R Pickering the hotel man who was shot by a U Danlol4 grocer at Princeton Friday died of his wounllll Mrs George Johnson of Hobart Ind gave birth to a 20 ounce chtld which Is alive and apparently allIth t The report of the Internal revenue commissioner shows that Ientllaky used 714742 pounds of ocomarger last year The opera house in Peeksklll N Y owned by Unltcll States Senator Chaul coy M Dcpowwaa destroyed by fire Loss 875000 Phil D Armour Jr died at Monti cello Gal after an Illness of only 21 hours He was a eon of the mllllt afro pork packer- Christopher Fitzgerald shot his wlte and John Wright to death afNarro W Vu when bo found his sutiplck of their Intimacy true Police officers of Quincy III Saturday night killed twoexport safe blowers supposed to be from Chicago and badlywounded a third man The Cumberland Telephone and Tel cgraph Company anti the Ohio alloyI Telephone Company will consolidate with a capital stock of 10000000 Xeph Cloyd sh6t and mortally wounded Tcek Cook in a blind tlJer In CampI bcllsvllle In the same house Dee Robert Buckner was killed and Reubt Chandler shot Reuben Walker was found dead on the railroad track three miles from Kutlawa Ho left the place while un dor the jnllucnce of liquor and probably was frozen to death At Ashley Pa a runaway train struck a car loaded with dynamite wit the result that five men were killed eight Injured and six locomotives no 70 freight cars reckedICharles Rartruff a tan ner ignorant and demented killed hlilI wife end two children set bis house aD fire and remained In the burning buildI leg until rescued by the policeIPro Tem Gov Taylor D Young Jr of Bath countywhe was serving a two years term at Frankfort for killing his cousin Gov Brad ley several times relused to extend exC cuilvo clemency In the battle ol Jan 21 when War yen made a desperate tttempt to hold Splon Kop the Doers report that the British loft 1500 dead on the field and that 150 hoisted a white flag and surrendered Gen Warren hold the po Itlon all day against the attack of the Doers but withdrew his army that tight and crossed the Tugela Gen Duller assigns the lack of water as the eason for being unable to hold Splon top- e MATRIMONIAL MATTERS At London John Jump aged 02 and Miss Sarah F Kerr aged 21were mar- led William Jones and Miss Sue Rags dale were married at Henderson after a courtship o148 hours Edmond Johnson aged 19 and Mlsi Nancy Brock 14 were married at J- H Baylors Saturday William Westerfield a widower of fiO and Miss Marcello Gallrcy 21 were tarried at Perry vlllo last week W D Goode aged 21 and Miss Nellie Farmer the pretty 17 year old lughter of Dink Farmer were mar rled at John Raines by Rey W M rltt Sunday s John W and Elizabeth Parkham who got a divorce in Louisville Satur day bad It set aside Monday as they the re determined to be good till death shall part1 The engagement is announced ofI Miss Elizabeth Pennlnglon of Midd 2aboro anJ the Rev Mr lompson of this city The will be celebrated on Wednesday Feba at the 1st Presbyterian church In ddlesborp Miss Pennlngton hasn en making her homo hero for several years and has many friends and admlrP ers Mr Thompson Is at present pastor H 01 the Ml Horcb and Bethel PrcsbyUs rlan churches and stands high among his acquaintances and In his profession II Lexington Herald Imp Candlemas the famous racehorse J and sire died at Lexington or- vertigo He once sold for 815000 aDdn was a full brother toASt Blalsu who d for 100000 An Idea of the tremendous British s can bo gleaned from Gen Bullers dlilpateh announcing that the casuals among the ofilcors aloha at Splon p Jan 21 were 22 killed 20 wounded f six missing r- 1he Winchester Democrat has the figures from the largest poultry buying firms to show that the total number of- pounds shipped was 2141100 and the f- eamount received for the same was 8525 4240 an average price per 100 pounds 1102 Clark county ranks second In the number of pounds shipped and money received for same will cx d 35000o The other day u procrastinator said c 11111 do some advertising next month If live He died Another said 1111- 18eoabou It tomorrow Hes blind SIIll another said Ill advertise or 0 to too devil Hes gone t CHANGE OF FIRM Passed Away With The Century 4i The firm of A Urbnnskv Co who have hold uiulisputud sway in tho midst tfi Stanford Tor the last dcctulo ImvcsoUl their entire stock of Clothing Dry Goods Ladies V and Gents Furnishings Boots Shoos Hats Etc to r Saliijger Bros fit 60 CeQts On Tfye Dollar Tho new firm will inaugurate u sale that will place them ahead of all competition Voin the start This will he the greatest sacrifice sale ever known to tho people of Lincoln county Values will be thrown to the wind Thousands of dollars f orth of new noelY recently bought will be included in tho Blaughtor All Winter Goods will move regard loss of cost Stock is bought for cash and it must pay for itself at once A little refl soning will convince you that we tare in position to oiler you greater reductions titan would at first seem possible All goods are today worth 10 pur rent moro than thor were when our stock was purchased from the mills Thou doductingagain per cunt v the allowance to consummate tho deal it is clearly seen tlut the present stock stands t0 cost about 20 pOI cent or one fifth of its par value Below you will find afow articles priced which should convince the most skeptical s ePDomestics Lancaster Apron Ginghams Gct qunllt selling out price Celt Quo case fancy Calicoes regular price Get sale price Jets Quo case bow dllcoe 4jc- 1lain and Embroidered real Manchettc Clmtubraya 9c Heavily llccccd Kldcrdown In lied only 24o Beautiful design in mingled Tcaslc down boo quality only 30c- 1PI Brown ShcotltiK Inc 74 Bed Tbo Damask Sic 01 Illcaehcd Linen IXtmank 22c Our Carpet and Matting stock its just replenished and la chuck full choice bargains We are confident we in ties line Wo have this stock tc arranged that it is no trouble to show them o have no hesitancy in asking tc luokat them even though you are only anticipating purcbaie in the future Dress Goods Double width j wool Casslmoro Dress Goods 25o quality 12Jc 30 in all wool prcrpUiJ Dress Goods lie HJ In Uonlo mixed Scotch Ohorioting lie All wool Plaid Skirting 23c up Notions 18 in Linen finish Towel Crash only- ac 18 In Flax Crash 5c 10 in Linen Crash 5c Good size Turkish Towels 15c per pair 2 Cards of looks nail Eyes 5c 1 doz Pearl Buttons be Papers of Vine 60 5 Spools of John Clarks Thread lOc Capes 1 Line Ladies Capes 7C 1 Lot Aatrachan Fur trimmed Capos worth E We I 44SO The past you low us in at AND STOCK Forsale 12 60 pound shoals Mark P Bishop sold to WiUon Alexoi 35 owes at Bros lo Church Yeano work horbO for 170 Mark Hardin sold to E P Wood agile CO Carrels of corn at 2 W Gained Jr Is to J S Co a lot of hay he sold at 50c P James has sold to Bonia Bros woanllug mules raised In Mercer county at 5750 C Van Meter has sold to Lawson of Boston Frank McKln Boreal colt for 82000 Sales of 80 ewes at Cc steers at ole for March hemp at 85 arc reported In the won the Llssak Uandl at San Francisco Saturday the mile In The race was worth 52500 If you want a good horse allcpd h sale which ip Danvlllo this and continues four days James Walker Givens leaves to day Lexington Miss with another car oad of horses ho bought of various parties at40 to 8100 Good In Kimble 20 mules at 1130 This Is the highest price paid here mules for a number of years They were extra fine Hogs for butcher and purposes are selling at 4 821 to 485 In Cln ilnnatl common ones are arm 1t4e to 60 Good shipping cattle to 135 common 3o to 340 Lambs aro strong at 5r to Gj sheep 3 to 41 I Everything in Ladies Misses sod Chili sirens Wraps wM go for not co- stFurnishings line good white Corsets 23c 75c quality Corset only a few 25e lot French WOTOII Corsets lSc 1 Line II II Corsets Pink and Blur only 48c Garniture Skirt patterns handsome of feels only 03c Ladles Itoxbury Union Suito cheap at 60c our price 85c- Higgeftl drIve over mado in Ladle Un derwear 2 lung sleeve salt lincd vcttu 01 Pants and Vc t23c or single fiarmont ISa Boys and Misses groy random SJilrts or Drawers The MIiBM1 Union Suits lioi- dleVI Tarn Edge Handkorchtofs aIlAdies Flcccctl Until hose 8eIChlWrcns heavy ribbed nOM Oc black 40 guago white foot boso lOc and Shoes lot Ladles Dongold stock drew Shoot tOe 1 lot small sizes Ladles hand turf od rcnch kid lace or button shoes only 08o worth 12 A compc o lino of Ladies Dongola took Patent tip all size lace or button worth f 60 sale price OSc We always carry and keep the best 160 shoes on the market case mens 50 boots wilt close nt 1116 A12 round topDnot 1110 83 Drew Boot to close for 13 Mens heavy buckle plow Shots cut to 76c Meta 8260 high top Short tnlo price 175 Mens 8223 high top Shoes to close 150 j A lino of niona all loather lace or Congress Press Shoes only 8125 Trunks and Valltoi will bo found on the top floor and will fro included In this slaughter tale Clothing Moutodd Pants 75c grade 4Uc Mens add Innt 1160 grade OSc Mews rants 1260 grade sale price 81 OS Mena Corduroy Pant Colon worth 82 eels price Jl 38 A few men all wool Jeans Punt will goat once for bOO A few Hoys knee Pant in all wool will go for Ito IIoys knee rant suite OSo Mens all wool Suits worth 760 go for 4 M Mien full Suit from 8208 up In fact we will mono everything In the lothlng of their value You will never strike another such an opportunity olotlio yourself at as low Price III thla time aOorllIGents Furnishings dolt good cotton iIose 40o doz heavy mixed cotton lIMe 710 Goal stout wire buckle Suspenders Dc Mens good color well nude working shirts 24c Miens Shifts collars nail cum ttache l3forfl ltMcni still bosom no oolar pair rails fancy Madras shirts II grade COo suit mon ribbed Underwear Ito line nens llccccd lined worth The a gnimrnt ROCS for 76c a suit Hats line of mens lists and Caps was sever wore complete Vo can give you tlOhal from 19oup Mcni wool and oil lists from IOc up r 1 aV 1wAala1retiring firm wishes to bestow tiled sincorcst thanks to the people of Lincoln CoM their generous awl ever increasing patronage during tho 10 years Their sue cessors assure that the prevalence of prices that has gained popularity tho past shall continue facilities will even enable them to sell you goods at n smaller profit That the management continues the shale is a guarantee of prompt anti polite tention THE LOUISVILLE STORE Salinger Bros Prors T D Raney Manager LAND F 8450- Beazloy sold 6aCiceroB delivering Baughman F C Thomas delivery arid Winchester Democrat Bannockburn going 139 Faulconers combination morning sold for Ellzabulblown News shipping brlng4o heavy Ladies Boots A Kangaroo Corduroy nlbJtJ jeans Department reganllc Negligee Underwear Our Bettor Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHIfT m PIIWIIIKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and ClassifiedIFor admission call on MILS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Principal PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No2 u Stanford Ky W A CARSON J STANFORD KY Is The Recognized Loader In The Following Articles Carriages Buggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and AveryY Plows Harness y At The LawestPrices v fiSFSEED OATS FOR SALE g 1- a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 0iN JAN 30 1900 E d WALTON IJUaiNHa JIANAOKH u n TUB beat materials combined with caro skill and accuracy Ineuro good No other methods urn over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Storu PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP BLDUK JOt SKVKUANCB preached at Plttsburg Sunday WALTER W SAUNDMUS ipont gcvor r al flays at Livingston Mils JOliN R UAUOHMAN of the West Find la quite sick JAUBSP CCMMIN8 und wife spent eovorul days at Crab Orchard Mas W A CAUSON who was threat oncd with pncumoniit la convalescing lfltJ M HALKY has moved to Mr W P Titos farm In tho edge of town MISS JfASSIH WllBN has been tick long time with Inflammatory rheuma tism Both Houses of the Virginia LogU laturo have pa cil tho Separate Coach bill LKWIS L DOTY spent several day with one of bla sweethearts at MIKen burg MlOlIAtll 0 YOUNG of Highland has had his pension tncrcatcd from to IS TUB Fancy Work Club will moot with Mra J W Baugbman Thursday afternoon Ins JauNT CHWII la at Mt Pleas ant Tonn with her husband who has a railroad job there Mlt J L JONHS and wife of WII llamtburg have moved to Rowland and bo will engage in the stock buying buftlncs Mug JAMHS P BAILHV returned from Covlngton yesterday leaving her daughter MM II D Gregory much hnprooiIIJtLssc Pox got baok from Atlanta Saturday where ho found a dull mula market but mado soma money on his oar load of mulct Du W O HUHTON writes us to change hla paper to Udall Kne whore ho has located to practice medicine with good proelcpte Mas J C KlUTll of Brodhead was hero yesterday returning from tho burial of hor relative Mr James Hcndcraon at Lowoll Slit AND MltH J A TUCKHIl Of Lebanon Junction spent several days with his parents Mr and Mra J H Tucker In the Maywood cccilod Ma SAM HOUIAN of Crab Orchard Will much worse yesterday and his death In expected at any time Ills brother Mr Dan Holman la some bet terOMRSE S IOWKLL and daughter Mlaa Mattlo who havo been visiting In Lancaster tpcnt Saturday with Miss Bottle Powell on their return to Uus tonvlllo Miss MiNNIK WOODS ono of Hus tonvlllo prettiest and moat popular young ladles la tho guest of Mr Wm Wallace Paint Lick Cor Richmond Register MIL U K SLLKC says wo did him great damage when we said a sun had arrived at his house It was a girl ho added and she baa bocn named Sarah Hllzabetb Miss JHSSIU POWELL of Huston vlllc who la attending Caldwell Col lotto at Danville spent several days with her sister Mien Dottle Powell at M iL Baughmans MRS J F CoVEaof Lincoln la vie Itlng Mrs D Cover Mr W K Perkins of Crab Orchard was hero this week settling up the estate of his brother Somerset Paragon A NUMIIBU of young people Includ ing Miss Flora and Stella Ballou and Mlaa Cora Jones have been having a gay tlmo nt the home of Misses Mary and Katie Dcaxloy for several days Tilt coiDtLlttco composed of MUsea Kato Uoglu and Georgia Lewis und Supt Garland Slnglotori have added 70 volumes to tho teachers library of this county Among tho number arc somo splendid books HON P P COMIIUST of Casey took tho train hero yesterday for Lebanon whore ho had the Knights Templar degree conferred on him last night George U Grllllths of MoKlnncywcnt down to seo tho work well done Mil ANU MRS W W McKlTTIUCIC will go to Clarks Ulll Ind where Mr McK will rent u farm Their friends dislike to sec him and his ex cellent wife leave but hope that they will flail a pleasant and prosperous homo among tho hoosiers to whom wo commend them- DANVILLK and other friends will bo Interested to learn that Mrs James Baker of Chicago bus presented her husband with a daughter Mrs Baker was the handsome und stylish Miss Elizabeth VanDyke Chcatham of Lou- Isville and the happy event makes tier mother Mrs Wm Chcatham tho youngest grandmother In the State LOCAL HAPPENINGS SHELIIY CITY Is now a telegraph of lieu I WILL mako t priers on steel roofing A C Sine 1 I weekWUIrouPan good groc npn nt low prices call on or telephono Hill d Deck NEW stock of bracelet hearts und all kinds of jewelry ut Hamiltons MAPU5 Syrup Duekw heat Hour pigs feet and mackerel lligglns MoiCinnoyeCOAL prices 0 10 11 nod 12 cents at yard One cent extra far delivery J II Daughman Co Vfn ltnyil Worcester Corsets The Dowagur for stout figuru has no equal J P Jonos 0 FOR Aceyant L Stratton Business College Louisville scholarship Apply nt this olllco UNCLE Jose WHITCOUIJ at Wal tons Opera House Feb 7lb Funni est play on the road Sco it WK will not carrylargea stock of coal as wo did last winter A cold spoil for JO days will cause a coal famine here J n Baughman Si Co Tun mill near Ihil Casey county owned by J O Coulter and J J Bonta burned causing a loss of e000 This Is the fourth time ihla firm has been burned out IN answer to euvu questions wo give It as our opinion that tho proper way to write 1000 In Roman Is MCM There aro throo other ways however whlchhavo tholr advocates MDCCCC MDOD and C U1 IIUIlT starting the pump engine at Urodhead yesterday Joe Farmer the Li N agent got his foot caught between a wheel and the bolting and tho member was to badly mas bed that amputation may bo necessary J A ALLEN tho known bulld or and contractor with his son In law J C Corminy have opened a lumber yard to which they direct attention In this Issue Road their ad on this page HllANOH STOItJ Glnaburg of tho Racket Store will open a branch store at Liberty about Fob 16 It will bK In the toro room now occupied by the Commercial IIankwhlch will be moved to its handsome now brick building by that time TUB Louisville Store hero la now ownod by Salinger Bros Mr Max Sal inger and his brother lien having bought out Mr A Urbanskys Interest and Manager T D Ilanoy tells In double tpaco In this Issue how cheap tho now firm la selling goods TllKladlaaof the Presbyterian Aid Society will open an exchange every Saturday afternoon af Moltoboru Drug Store Cakes breads aalada etc will bo for sale at reasonable prices Proceeds for mission work Call and gut something nice for your Sunday dinner A wave begun to arrive Sunday morning with flurries of enow and by Monday morning the ground was white and tbo mercury marked from 4 above to 4 below zero according to the various thermometers Last night was blustery but It U 25 degrees warmerLUMIinltTho a atMoreland andMcKinnoy artS always filled with lumber the greater part of which como from Casey An average of 200 wag ons iho year round haul lumber states and tho like to thoto point and the money the timber Interest brings to Casey citizens is a big Item A carof lumber of tome kind U shipped from Icroland almost ovary day whllo McKinney Is not far behind AN Irishman gives ale name as Newell and claims to havo a very sick wife at Rowland has worked a number of tho good women hero during the past week Ho tolls n pitiful story about being hurt In u cowl mine and his wlfell Illness and Invariably asks for a chicken for her Thu fowl Is sold and the money goes for whisky Marshal Newland arrested him the other day for drunkenness und says that ho Is tho worst kind of an Impostor CUMIIEBLAND FALls Thla delight ful summer resort will bo run In splen did stylo iho coming season preparations to that end already being mado Tho now proprietors Morgan Bontak Co havo engaged Mr J B Owens of this place to run the hotel and bo and his wlfo will go down April New buildings nro to bu erected an electric light plant Is to bo put In and many ad vantages and changes aro to be made The object In opening tho hotel so early Is for the benefit of Ushormcn who go thoro In largo numbers DANVILLI Is to havo a red hot demo cratic paper the democrats In Boyle having determined that they need such a journal there Tho plan Is for 120 men to take 25 stock each making M 000 which will buy a pretty good olllcu and tho stock Is being rapidly taken The paper will bo Issued twlcoaweuk and tho mechanical department will bounder the management that capable and experienced all around printer Mr George C Keller Jr Into of tho government printing ofllco at Washington Tho editor U yon to bo splccted and wo are told that nono but the most stalwart of democrats need apply I You will always regret It If you miss this weeks sulu of remnants of Thom burgs John P Jones Fort SALIMy residence on East Main Street In Danville all modern conveniences terms easy Address HarryGlovannoll D 0 PAYNK has sold his store in Crab Orchard to J T Jones who will continuo tbo business at the old stand corner Stanford and Main Streets WE have thct n tns6Zhinga In mounts and wo are prepared to take picturelinepainting Miss Sacray photographer A IIST10ALL administrator of Jno F Stlgall will sell all tho personal property of said decedent Including corn sheep ant tattle on Harmons Lick creek four miles Northeast of Crab Orchard Tuesday Fob 0 2t A POPULAR PAllJItA ladv called at our olllco the other day and easing an INTERIOR JOUIINAL lying on our desk remarked That paper looks as familiar as one of tbo children we have taken It for 15 years Its a caso of once a subscriber always a subscrib er with that paper Corbln Campus IIAIII IttSEAnIdea tho way paper le going up because of tho trust and the almost prohibitory tariff on wood pulp maybe bad from a recital of our own experience Tho first week In January wo bought 2500 pounds of news prlii papor Last week wo bought tbo eaino quantity of the same quality and paid just 825 more for it OUt authority on farm mutters Mr John Bright tolls us that wheat Is looking unusually well tbo eland be ing 10 per centbottcr than the normal and that the acreage Is fully 5 percent over the average Ho fears however that the very largo quantity of timothy sowed on tho wheat land will material ly effect the yield of thou cereal OUR suggestion toalso u sulllciont amount by popular donation to buy a bloodhound to go with the ono Mr M S Baughman and others bought has caused consldorablcjavorablc talk and a number buvo expressed a willingness to donate Wo further suggest that Mr Baugbraan act as treasurer and receive contributions from those who wish to make them Money loft at this olllco will bo duly receipted for and given Mr Baughman AN oven dozen men were sent to Iho penitentiary by tho Boyle circuit court JUBt closed Tho live white men ar rested near Parksvlllo on suspicion of being burglars and Indicted for having burglar tools In ihulr osscsslon plead gullly and were given tWO years each J M Huddlcslon of Junction City charged with receiving stolen property got ono year Judgo Sunlley refused tho motion for a change of venue In the caso tar damagee by W Vornon Rich ardson against the Louisville Post A QUARTER OK A CENTURY The first week In February 1875 the pres ent editor of the INTEIIIOB JOURNAL Issued his first paper after buying the plant ot Its founders Hilton ft Camp bell Our salutatory of which wo woro as proud as a boy is of his first pair of breeches appears In that Issue along with these Items Born to the wife of oxShcrllT W G Saunders a girl wonder what they named her Dr Steele Bailey has Just returned from Now York where ho spent several months In the hospitals and medical colleges Andv Johnson elected to tbo U R Senate from Tennessee tho trial of W H Word In Garrard for burn- Ing and destroying the residence of Will Sellers a call for a democratic convention signed by J M Cooper chairman to select delegates to the State convention to nominate candidates for state olllcos Hon James B AfcCrcary being a candidate for gov ernor J W Wcalherford sold his farm of 140 acres to P C Butt for 7000 the killing of James Pollard of Gar rard while working at Kings Mountain tunnel tho death of Ben BlacKorby a call signed by many democrats for lion John Sam Qjvsley Sr to run for the Legislature Su and so on GOT TliElit MONEV Friday night John Cook and Frank Westmoreland of the Cooks Spring section came to town and while on Depot street a No gro named George Owens demanded of Westmoreland a dime which tho latter claimed bo did not owe The Negro then struck him and followed them to tho Carpenter House making threats and abusing thorn when Cook gave him a dime to get rid of him West moreland and Owens mot again later and tho latter deliberately went thro the formers pockets and got what change ho had sorao or 70 cents Tho darkey left him then but as tho two country boys were starting home he attacked them with a knlfo and pis tot and got Cooks money amounting to 8115 Westmoreland showed fight and got his coat and shirt cut for It and as both boys lost tholr hats It Is belluved that they thought discretion the bettor part of valor and took to their heol after they saw the weapons Owens bad rho darkey was arrested Saturday morning and at his trial before Judgo Bailey ho was held over to the circuit court In 8100 bond which ho failed to glvo 8l1blcrlP1tlonthe 81 rate Pay up at once and get the chcapoet paper In Kentucky RocicCol T P Hills fine and famous fox hound Rock mado himself too conspicuous around J T Jones house and ho shot him knowing nei ther the dogs value nor his owner Mr I M Bruce dressed the wound and the canine will soon be ready to hunt again IMILLRU Ilntsii On the advice of Mr J L Frohmttm who knows what an excellent medium this paper la to pubtlcMessrswldoawako yqunjj gentlemen who havo bought his store in Danville have taken epaco with us Head their adI and call on theta when you go to Little BritainLIDRRTYlion George B Stone bus bought of Eld J Q Montgomery his residence on MJddlcburg street for 81000 and he and bis bride will move to It at once Mr Montgomery will live with his brotherinlaw D G Portman There will soon bo three livery stables hero Mlno Host J W Wblpp having about completed his stable which will run in connection with his hotel F P Camp best has re modeled tbo Exchange Hotel stable LINCOLNS WEALTH The assessors books as completed by Circuit Clerk J F Holdam show that the total prop erty of the county as returned by 00Baker la 1408003 To this must bo added tho raise of 8180770 made by tho supervisors making the total 84688678 yearbutof equalization to 8403121 The as sessment is 8241590 moro than last year but this Is accounted for by the assessment of bank stock this year which was not taken Into account last HOT STCKK A wellknown preach er writes us as follows I am glad to see you going for the rods for their rascality They need It and I want you 10 give It to them till the end I think Goebol will be seated and I think be ought to be Tho L L N R R Co and The American Book Co havo no business meddling with politics and ought to bo taught a lesson I am for hrIIIthe Stato and It takes just such a man ub be Is to down It LADIES MISSIONARY MEETING Services to bo conducted by the Ladies Mission Society at the Baptist church Sunday night Feb nth 1 Song by the Choir Rescue the Perishing 2 Song by tbo Choir Send the Light tt 3 Scrlptureand Prayer J B Crouch 4 Song by tbor Choir Master Ueo 11 5fielljrloue Condition of Cuba Mrs Robert S Lytle 0 Conversion of Mr Diaz Mrs Joo White 7 Quartette tlToltlt Again 8 The Experiences of a Frontier tllIIloriI10 Prayer Mrs P P Nunnelley 11 DuotanJ horustlDrlttlnl A way 12 The Experiences of a Treasurer of a Ladles Mission Society Miss Ilettlo Wcnren 11 Collection and Opening of Barrels 14 Quartette Good NightI- IENEDICTION Misses Bruce Wcaren and Marie Mahony ushers A costal invitation Is extended to all who lovo the cause of Christ to attend this service MILS KATE MILLER Prca MRS J B CROUCH Ylco Pros CHURCHES AND PREACHERS The meeting at the Christian church Winchester closed with 11 additions There is also a Bible trust and that trust has advanced tbo prices 18 per cent A 8300 silver service Is to be present ed to Auditor Sweeney by members of his former congregation at Paris The Christian church has 22 church es In Cincinnati and suburbs buckles five missions in which thero is preach ing every week Its church property Is valued at 8250000 and the total mem bership is 4500 Thero were 310 addl llonsby conversion and 400 otherwise lastyear a net galp of 11 per cent The amount raised for all purposes 311000 A THOUSAHD TONGUES Could not espreM the riulura of Anuio R bprln get 01121 Howard St 1ldladelpbla1a when she found that New OTtry for Con hoi completely cued of a hftcklng cougli that for many years bad undo lire a Imrdtn All other remedies and docrnraauld gle her no help but she ay of this Royal Cure It soon re moved the pain In toy chest and I ran now sleep soundly comet htng I can witirely remember doing lelore I reel like sounding Its pralms throughout the Uohenoe So will everyone who tries Dr Kings New Discovery any trouble of the Thrust Chest or Lungs I rice and fl Trial Lolli tree at 1cnnya drug store Every bottle guaranteed Wanted to Rent a Cood BlueCrass Farm Would like about 100 acres but will take some moro or less Address M110WMID- lVayncsburg Ky DOG LOST I Small blue and black spotted short tall hound with yellow spots above eyes ward will bo K delivered at title o nice The NEW LCT SEe YARD-J A ALLEN CO Contractors and Builders Stanford Wo have opolledlupn Lumber Yard on Lower Main Street opp Mlto Dr L n CooksWo will on hand nil kinds of Hulldlng Matorlal such in Doors Sash llllnds Flooring Ceiling Yellow Ilno Casing and Haso Corner Blocks Haso flocks Brackets Slladles Turn Column Gable Scrolls and Fancy fihlnglei different slros In Moldinglaths Shingles Steel Rooting nUll will alto keep on nil kinds of Hough Canandeta 0 Shoes For Ladies The boat Shoe on earth for the price Perfect In fit Quality 4 Style And Finish There Is n Meritorious Distinction About these Shoes peculiar to the appreclnlo Cummins fir McClary In StoreRoom Vacated by Severance Sons eQeeeATTENTION FARMERS Rather than carry over any of our WINTER BOOTS We bavo decided to let the entire line go aty Actual Cost Price Many of you know theie Boots from experience and know there Is none bgltcr Yon also know what you have always paid for them eo when we say they go at cost you can see for yourself this is no catch advertisement to make money off of you but an even exchangedollar for dollar Among tho leading brands now on hands i- nTHE RAILROADt You pave good money by buying now for next winter JOHN P JONES Stanford f1 fl IA BIG LIRE IOF TRUNKS t I TELESCOPESG IlAndI SEVERr You SOWS fi I m American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Harris Co TdoaWreepinqJHf AEST r5 TH6 CHtAPtS erman7tr oTrj1elgra 7 N leid FOT t n THEINTEKlORJOipI Entered n the fiottofflce at Stan font aa KobnddaU natte- ritsbltahod udays ncSF cSa va A- Ti PER YEAR CASH a When not 10paldlBOO will be ebarged MIKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION ArrtlvelatStanfordet 108 H 4 Leaves Stanford at 210 AM Ho 21 Arrives at Itowland at 1200 OAT 022 Learn Stanford at 280 F X KNOXVILLE DIVISION e2e Train going North M a n If If 2 U am24 aIIII South w 12 S5 a n X29 u r liBZpm For alllFolnU- BOHOn TICKETS BOLD- nAOOAUE CHECKED THROUGH For any lntt rm lton enquire oi JOE S RICE Agent Stanford Ky FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralus leave Fran1tfu M AM 340 r and town with the QcounerUn stP A O II 1rankturt alterQuACtralnatll20Arr71Oi MandVlJ PIr x The latter lain Ie a JIL NEeYTO- U I A QUEEN a1 CRESCENT South pa w Junction City No doeenotatop1o32LDOral No6 H22AI- uVne r South No2 doesnt stop Ko4 3H IL No G li2J t No 10 6 ew DR R COLDSTeJN jTfF Celebrated Eye Specialist OF Louisville Kentucky Will be at thee St Asaph Hotel Stanford Mon day Jan 29th Returning one day in each month Eyes Examined land Glum SeicntificaUy Adjusted Tto SouthernKutua11nvestment Company Of Lexington Ky Plan INSURANCE REVERSED WaPftj While You Llvd Old Line Conpanles Pay When You Die Over rosooo pall is living benefits I3OJO iteeetve an4p Surplus I IHHSBH WEAIIEN flbcal Agent SMITH ROMA aunford Ky Lamnylon Ky A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Offlceow McBoberta1 Drug Store In the Owdey Dua- dmgMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything firstclass Porter meet all trains 89 J+ c+ 1Cc f Y t1NDE1trAXER Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNESS SJSADDLERY BcC i Stanford Ky 2rOtnSVJLLi ITOCHICAGO i Trains Mornlpg and Eyenlrig from tin lop Station lOlii slid Broadway Passengers desiring information and rates to Minnesota Mtjhriuka sad 1101nlalntllo fat West including I iferam W iFrink J AgtEPuss Agt WH MnkrCharles+ tI J + n 44 f LANCASTER w O Oslo la not very well Rnll ho U at homo for awhile Miss SalUo Klkln has gone to Cn dnoatl to attend tho art school Dont forgot that tho Kentucky Col onoU will appear at tho Operrt Uouse on Tuesday night aOth Ed C Gaines t Co have bought 01 Faulkno Horndoa their entire stock of groceries nnd tho now firm Is nc commodatlng tbo publlo at tho otd stand The street to bo opened by J W Sweeney through the land which bo lately purchased on the North aide of town will open up a number of hand eotno lots upon which residences can be built e The house which J O Thompson vacated when ho moved Into bis new residence must have boon over 100 years old as It was built by UncleI Harvey Yantls father and Harvey Is 02 years old ElderJoseph Dallou will preach nt the Christian church on Sunday Feb 11th Elder U M Campbell preachc an ablo sermon In that church on Sun lay and In tho afternoon Miss Renllo Mbsher gave an Instructive talk to tbo Loyal Legion on temperance On Fob Cth A H Stlgall as ac nlnlstrator will soIl all the persons property of John F Sligall deceased ncludlnp corn sheep and cattle at the ate residence on Harmons Lick creel our miles Northeast of Crab Orchard The property was appiaUed by W L Lawson J L McCarley and Cupi Tbos Austin Maey democrats In this county want to combine with Lincoln and Madison democrats and run a special train to the inauguration I suppose that lobo L k N will furnish it at hall price Vo will not take any arms or whisky as neither will lie peeded but wo w11l uletly go to witness the triumph or law and justice over attempted fraud and Intimidation- On Saturday James D Henderso died at his homo near Lowell of hear rouble The remains were buried 11 Paint Lick church oa Sunday after He leaves Jive grown children and a widow who was formerly Miss lelle daughter of George T McRob orts of Lincoln county Deceased wan upright citizen a kind husband am ithor and bad many friends Alexander Travlor has recovered from an attackof typhoid over and olnjr a member of the sick benefit fund of the Maccabees ho received 1the rate 8050 per week during illness Judgo Walker is still Improving In health James Totten has been hen ilxlng with those who want harvestlnj machines and bobs well posted In the uslnees Jason Wesley of Middle burg is with his brother Dr I S Wesley The fiscal court at its last sesslor very wisely concluded to let the con tracts for metal on turnpikes to thi west bidders its tbo bonds make thi bide rjpodjnnd the result is that the verage cost per rod Is 3080 as against 3 last yenrynnd as nine rods will bi pur on each mile and there are 1CK mllcs Uwlftsavo over 1000 An at tempt will bo made to let out certain foads to men who own aims adjoining them and wbo will do the work at act ual cost The Western Stare drew an audience itch paid 7a giving the W C T U imethlng for their trouble Some tbo features especially tbo work of the crayon artist and the harpist were fghly enjoyable Some are complaln InR of the frequent encores at these entertainments for the same part be causo they prolong tho entertainment Bnd the actors do not expect to appear moro than twlcb In the same part In- tbe main the entertainment was Jilgh Irrade and ehot above those who were n it learned in the magic art I am glad to see thatSenator Lindsay bas fallen into my way of thinking about the contest at Frankfort I can Ilrovclby tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL flies that I said several weeks ago that tbe- law should be cnforcedand that everybody should submit to tbo action ot the glslature aa they have tho power to- namo the governor If wo refused to submit to u law because wo do not bo- lIovo that It la just the courts of the country bad as well Is tbe- duty of every citizen to subaillt to tbo- law and If It la bad repeal It Senator Farris was at homo from FrldllY night until Sunday night 110- says that the Rang from tbo mountains didnt mako a good impression even on- some republicans as It was reported tbat some of their own party said tbat- tbey would vote for Goebel Jf they dldur leave town and tnoy wont doe8 not think that the voto will bo- taken on tho contest before next week Ho declined to express an opinion on- tho result of the contest because bo sustalnlJ tbo same relation to it that a rbr docs to the case which ho la to tryOti Saturday afternoon Mrs R II- Batson died at her home in this city Lbo GIst year of her ago The funeral Is being preached this Monday morn In at the Christian church by Elder J09S0 Walden a largo orowcl of friends relatives being in attendance Tho rtmalns will bo buried Iti Lancaster inotery Deceased was one of tho- few mortals of whom unkind wbrdswero noter spoken and this resulted from bo fact that she always spoke kindly r I y of others Sho was kind gentle forbearing nnd possessed all the cnrlstla virtues In tho highest degree makln her tho perfection of truo womanhood She will bo missed in tho community tho chMrch and the Ladles Aid Socle ty being n devoted member of thoe Institutions The world would be better If vo would cultivate the exalted trait of character which wero fully do volopcd in her I tender sincere con dolence to tho bereaved husband daughter and son IA young man cnmo Into our store yesterday suffering from i severe attack o cramp collc writes II F Hess mllr and general merchant Dickeys Moun lain 1a Ho had tried various homo remedies without roller As I hall used Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea nemedy I gave him a dose and Ii soon brought him out nIl right I nave saw n follow so rejoiced by Craig rti itoeker Druggists A YfIOHTFUL DLUUDER Will onran e a horrible Hum Srahl Cut fir Urulsa llucklf nl Vrnlcm Salve the hat In thi world wllf kill the pain and promptly hl It Lu1M Old Sorr Finer Sore Felon Porn ill Skin Ktuptlons Heat Ill cure 01 wrlh Only n4 a hox Cure lIauaaleed Sold by 1cnnjr the Urugglai To Our Patrons Wear now open with our full SPRING STOCK Such aa Irry loodi Notion Oolblnf boil ted Shoe IU anJC laitlt and IIUII Fur Uhtngi We haeealwaddedto our line a full line 01 Carpets Mattings Rugs Window Shadeetc We are ttlll In the led and- ilvnya will bwith low rlcnon Ttrytbln men lone stove 4 COME AND SEE ITS And you will andwe mean what We say We hank you lor put favor and aoltelt your Suture itruntg RACI ET STORe The Cheepeat Store In the Country D S CARPENTER Huotonvillo KytK- coincniUtnnlly ou hand a lln of lliigKlrg Ilucklionrdft lliirrnM 1urnl taro Ac Agent tar Dorrlng Mower and IMmlora and repair Outer Chtllcd Ilow tho best made alwaysfur sale Vail on him 00 Mlntoshs Livery SFeed Stable clnnI1EY KY Ootxl Riga nt roi ionabl6 prlcof Bnfo driven double and slnplo for lilY or night If you want to work Cacoy and ndjolulnc couatlot Memnll la the to drlru from Jlorut well eared for by uliiRli feed day rnik or month A nharo of your pas troniiRO oollcllcd THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Kyj The mart centrally located and only FJESTCLASStlolelln 2 RATEOtis block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts tl the City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill I You take your Whlnt and Corn to Morn Freds Exchange In Will tlaujherlya shop In Stanford and got In exchangi Flour Meal You can also buy Ilour Steal Ships stuff Ilrtin Chicken Ac cheaper Ht my placo titan any where In town A trial le all I ask I bellou my exchange will be a Rood thing for fanner and I pledge liber transaction and full weight My gosh come from Iluddarnrs Mix Klvcr Holler Mills and arm arat class MORRIS FRED Telephone No 68 FIJI TIJ HOTEL P FRANCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Heat Hotel n the mountain rate ruaehIPIYl Parun meet all train Iperllol allrallon to trar cling men When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig locker Stanford THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Title is now the most todate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Ana tigmat Lenses tho now discovery in opticsl science I wish to say to the Ladles thatt THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock Ofl Latest Designs 11 1ulditgs Patterns never sold in this locality bolero Imvo to be Seen tq bo appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among tho lot is tho New French KleurDeIU mouldings specially for suitable icllcato pictures Embroidered taints French Water Color and all pictures that roo lIulr03 a dainty frame When in Danville call And see us and got our prices Wo will save jou money 124 Third Street Opposite Post OIHco Danville Ky Otv 01 erOr Cu CuaA Fe seo 4 Dan En ROUTInew Orleans fiouston Galveston s and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the Oueen ana 0recent IWCIUoar From Cincinnati and the Northl89 Miles Shorter than Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibuled Limited Trains Through Hour Schedules Only One Change Cars to Jackson Vicksburg Houston Dallas San Antonio etc SHY lINt II 8UHK CMKINT Four Fast Trains TO O Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS VJVTO j 4 trains every weekday 3 trains on Sunday Pullman nnd Wagner Sleepers on night tralua Vestibuled larlor Cars on day trsines Otratnseveryweekday 4 trllna on SuoJly To INDiaNapOLIS Atralnvuywatkdsy G tram on Sundty To CNiC O oj Vedlbuled train Standard and Compartment Sllerlng Can ParlorCnll and Car Dlulllg Cars o r Mammoth Bronze Turkeys I have for unlo Mammoth IlrontoTnrkoi raised from a Turn toot weighed vrhpn 10 months old Young Toms 83 1u lets fi each 7s Mils J K LYXN ford JOHN C PEPPJLESI- s a cnnitlilntfl for Jailor of Lincoln Couut rarIDINK PAU9IEK In a candidate for Jnllor subject to the no lion of tho democratic tarty Ho nollol your iuiHirt Good StoreRoom For Rent TheipltDilId mot In theHt Axph Slob nut to Gro l rrl 4Coli forrv at a rtIQaaloie figure In 11AlttU1NA1lAUUIiSIAN the town Call ou FARM T AUCTION I will tell on next Cuunty Ours Day Feb 12U to the hlzhott bidder lit ih courlbou e OS Acre of Land for alb adjoining K It lUughuian an J 0 Stocker plkreU Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HOTEL W A BEAZLEY Pror GRAB ORCHARD KENTUOKY Splendid Accommodations Uliwo to Ihipot And Sulphur Well 41 RAtea Itcuoaob o Water For Sate or Rent 11111 or rent the hoax avid fltetrrNef Ian on Danville ctnt known u hurls property ab IbehouM and 23 arm of land between nI and llowlaml aerr tnr Uv t arm ar Mln aoalSaerntoreurooroatL 1IA11VIY 1IULM GOOD FARM FOR SALE I wUh In tell ptlralet Je am the firm t llti ou IneluiIlDitlne plewIM house of Ore ruoim kitchen analrattan Sal with rlilernaml prlwa the door Tilt Lace l located on the lintlll aoi erfnMawheat In fine condition and there are annc- etn Und llpanbtwr rant more laud will alt him the entire hart of IU acne Terauv Ilie rwrbivr torfurthrr oraildrruM C HANOIINiK Mdldaanl K- yJONESR A DENTIST Stanford Ity MclilnnoyI The Merchant Tailor STANFOKD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FIRE LIFE A OOIDENT INSURANCE OnlY tjie best couipftnicajcprcacnlcJ Inquiries solicited 12 K B MAIIONY Agt Stanford OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED I would like to take option on good farm IIIrIlOUIiM Krljccr Ky TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS YJA ioutnern Railway h Fur the r nt Winter SexenTiiE SOITIIHIM nALltLT with ronneetlompra ntathemostua rior KheUulH through eararrtr anil IranIor alien arrtnuenieaii eiierally ever odercil tuthe rivet in Southern Keenta IioiiiiK DAILY Tutae freed Ulndnuall and ouinrillf connecllen with the Queen i Crto ant Ihiute via Chatlaeooga Jeniip goal The Ilant SIKRPISIICAH front Clerlnnatl 1- 0JkoulIIe with nauranlont mnneetlnna honl- Loulnllle Tla Kno vllle Alhetllle anil Sanu Dab TAI h the Mama Route Iliromh llio Jloun lah t of Weatern Pomp Carolina The land of lieHkr Altoihrough Sheplnq n from St Ixiula to arluontllle In rounrctlon with the A St U 4llroil Air Line Tla Lonltvllle anal through- 1etTlng ran fool Kauita City to J wla the K C S A M lUllroail In connection Its TuKSourlaaaltAlbWAY IIlrollngb ttapta Jean and The Hant System The rut anaai City Jaclftonvllle toJarkeonnlUe- All thirty elsbl loura from im Cllr AgcnUutrunnerlingIiiesellthrough Win- ler Kxcurilon tlfkelavla y 10 the lleiori of Horlda and the South Min schedule InokleUand Information malled free any luldreu hy J CIIKAM Jll NlV1As- o AiUma St Cblraro C A DAIIIII Cnn Pus eneRy W A TURK 0 P A Walhln ton n W IL LoulsVllU A 0 p A Saddle Stallion For Sale I will aell rea onahlr hha plemdid Ralllo Slat- IIunGItLMigeJr llohai hlniMlfa line breeder and 111 eicellent Imlltldual Adjrest J 1lbtiLAIlU1rachenilie Ky WHITE HOTEL W H CAKItlBH mon CORDIN KENTUCKY IdoH to PiuMtiff fI1 Hnt dui tlirouijliout llata U Pet day PLEASE READ January tat therrguhar cmlttnruml uttllnc tlmo has como and gone and wirnont my patrons Jiuvu not settled with too If you are one of them veal aro car neatly n ueaUd to neltlo thanking one and all for punt iiatronagu and tollcUIng a coutlnUHce Very Truly J II QUKKlt J POSTED d Tho ponsoas who o names appear below itrlctly forbid hunting of Imo of Plod at any tlmnof the YOIr on their lands and will iirweculo to full extent of the aw anywho violate Dr Held J II McAIUtcr John II Eater E p Woodk- T Mardi Torextus Held M llauKlmnn e II A W IL Shank J W HaiiKhtnan 8 J Kfobry MolClnneyp JOHN It OASTLIMA AHTIIUHQ LAKOIUM- llHCCKIMIirvOK OAHTtEMAX ROYALINSUBANCB COMPANY O Liverpool Largest Vivo Insurant Company In the WorM Barbeo Castleman Manager Southern Department General omcen Columbia Ilulldlng Ixml Inlll Ky tI FOX LOPAMtt LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Ilortai and Mule ronatantly on hand and jor sale at all time J T SUTTON Und rtulcurIHtutonville Kentucky OSerahlieerrlcrato the people ofWwt LlkcoU ud eur couatlM lull itock of Cvauiand task UalwartoD band UCUivnlerMAOagr I W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster KytTeeth Extracted Without Pain With Vitalized Air IhTaletan In attend slice Oftlce In the New Thomp on Building ilI tl FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP 3TANCURD KY I 1Cahe Katlona ll nk ofSUntorJ la M3 anil aln orfinlteJ aa the Viral National Hank ol Stanford lMhai had pnutlcallf unlaterrurled salt ncefot 41ean It k better supplied now wit uilltiea for tranaaetlng huilneta hoaonbhIrally than eter before In Ita long land sleet Awounta of lnlITldiiUetluelarlefiruat od indlIJualawlicitedlDiMieroat F Reid Lincoln Co JW Harden Slanlord S Tllarrli H1I UjUfhinsn J 8 Mocker T lllll- PWalMn Wjd Trlhhle liColllerCrallOreUd MtJ Miller MtVrDoa DEImoro Stanford orrtcias J S Sleeker IrulJent d1 WelloWrli Caibltr incoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100090 CooljllaI J t f Solioits Your Bank Account 1 Uopll auch butlnew telatloni will prove mutual If benettclal and pleasant- DIllKCTOnSt IJ Wllllsms J ij Uwiley tir JN Wencfce A W Carpenter W Cnmiulm J K lynn St U Shanks J K Cub J Owlltf OFFICERS U Shanks rfeildent JU Uwiley Mohler W llrlfht AutiCaihler