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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I ti SEMIWEEKL INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 1900 0 A M NO 9T 11 BODUITT A LITTLK PUZZLED CflAU OncilAUI Jun 11 =Tbo ques tion lelukcJmo from another Smote lib tho earth nearer to the nun In summer lhaa In wloterYu Now sir as this lg a sclonllflo que lion I tlcslro to answer through tho col- sumn of tho worldvrldcly circulated INTKHIOU JOURNAL and call through IU columns for aid Tho earth and tho other planets have thoirorblteinWhich they rovolvo round the lunandrecolyo their light Rod beat from It I main tale that tho earth at a body Is no ccarer to the sun ono time than at an other although certain portions of It arc at times neuron and moro distant according to the season of tbo year And on this principle or mathematical truth that ono body le nearer to anoth cr by a direct line than by an oblique ono The moro perpendicular thlIun the nearer to the earth because tbo lino from the earth to the sun would be moro direct Tho sun appear to travel from South to North yearly and pro duce a change of season This dli tanco 113215 miles Its journey back ward and forward Is from the Tropic of Capricorn to the Tropic of Cancer passing the Winter In tbo South and summer In the North It roaches tho Tropic of Cancer 2Ut of Juno then oi If exclaiming too cold It recede s toward the Equator which It reaches and crosses 2Ul September Autumnal Equinox It continues going South till It arrives at tho Troplo of Capricorn the 21t of December shortest day Then retracing courto It crosses thcEquator 21tot March Vernal Equinox t and arrives at the Tropic of Cancer 21il of Juno tho longest day 21st September and Ht March being call ed respectively Autumnal and Vernal t EqulnoxJ because the days and nights arc thon equal In length But this np parent Immigration of the sun North and South Is caused by tho earth tilt lag gradually up and down like chll dr8n cosawing when ono end Is up and the other Is down and that end down on which winter h reigning where summer rule when tho sun Is North of the Equator istbon further from the sun than the same portion of the earth Is from the sun in tho sum mer because In summer the sun belch moro directly over that part tho earth It presents uoro direct line which s shorter than a slanting line Dut from tbo body of tho earth as a globe or ball tho distance of tho sun 05000000 Is always the same As tbo cart i lowly and gradually raises the Northern part toward tea sun nfter 21sl day ol De comber the rays of tho sun become more direct and this continues till the longest dj1s reached 21st day of Juno Thus you tea more of too surface of the globo being then presented to the sun makes the rays more dlcct tho piJoselonger and the sun hotter I know some learned mon do not agree with me for Instance tho learned Prof Stapp who says tho sun J nearer to tbo earth In winter than In f and perigee have no rotor 1lummer tbo dlstanco of the earth from A Hgco from the Creole npq off and go tho earth and per Igroo the Greek peel near and- o the earth mean respectively a planets orbit furlhcroat and nearest to the earth but as the word Aphelion from Greek a from and hallos tho sun tlI t tho sun than at other times At all l events I should bo pleased to bear fro tha learned Hughes and tbo voreatl Dohon on tho subject FONTAINB FOX BOIUIITT t KINGSVILLE Mr Wallace Walter nud bride re turned Sunday and aro stopping ut the Pennybacker Hotel They will In tho near future go to house keeping In tbo pink cottage near tho hotel They have the bust wishes of their many friends MUa Gerllo Pcnnybackor wont to Shok ortownMonday to visit relatives and will visit friends ut Frankfort before she returns homo Mrs U C PennybncUer visited her dauchtor Mrs Inn Dl neon In Somerset last week Mr und Mrs Dlneeii und little sun John Wil liam came up from Somerset Sunday to visit Mrs Dlnoenn mother Mrs i Ida Williams has returned to her homo r at Eubanks Dr C M Thompson has returned from his prospecting tour of the South Mosoa Sebastian anti Ey orctt Chovolelto returned homo Satur day evening from their work near Cin cinnati to spend Sunday with their mothers Mctsra G A Walter and Daniel Heeler have had a nice now side walk made which Is a great Improve mohh Mr Henley Goooh very wllbdroppy and Is not expected to llvo no RIGHT TO UGLINESS The woman who Islorelr lu taro form and to rewlllala1 liiTofrlemli but one who p old Je attn her hlllh tr allo 10lllrrtablo wciik lckljr sml hrbcu aniliJntlniiidinher blood wi cause Js- nbIotcheklueroluronauda wretehed Cl1II1lu Ion ltctrlo nsedlelne lu tli worM to rnnilsl he blood IglttwilrongnerYe lr1 wfolwanonowillrundown ue t Storc yr3 S CRAB ORCHARD Ales Oraco Tudor Is at homo once moro attar u prolonged absence among relatives In Madleon county Tho crowded condition of tho lumber yard at the depot Is certainly ono sign of Increasing prosperity hors The C W U AL ladles of the Chris tlltn church nro expecting a visit from SaturdayMr hl store has opened hlscandy kitchen and ewclry ropajr shop a few doors south where bo Invjtcs his friend lo calk Our whole people Irrespective ol putty ore tearfully shocked at the atcompels assassination of Mr Goebel tlay God in His mysterious way aver tho Impending doom for our dearly bo loved Kentucky Wo aro sorry to see our Bro Darns la such splonotlo temper Ho Is car tainly very bilious and perhaps Allo lalhlo doses of blue tease would bo enoilclal Wo should deal gently molt the memory of God sable men un Join the petition That mercy I tooth ere show that mercy show to mo Robert FUli the well knows and opular colored barber of this place dayslinensand was highly respected not only b his own race but WM a favorite with tho citizens Ho will be greatly missed n the community us bill Influence was for always good Tho old land mark and probably tbo oldest house In town that stood on of Main and OrecnbrlorStreetl IBS been torn down ana a pretty little cottagM Is being erected In lu stead b Mlu Fannie Langford and Mr Damron attar the completion which n handnorao residence will b Guilt on the old Lawless lot adjoining Dod will lie occupied by there they having recently purchased those two lots Lot the good work go on Allss nettle nicclns and Ain Laura Moore are vlslllug friend In Somerset Mr Capt Dllllon Is absent on a visit lo friends la Nlcholasvlllo and to he husband who Is smote keeper at Cam Nelson Mr Dan Uolman le reported some butter but his brother Sam rapidly declining and his sister A1r Wm Tatum leas tho sick list Mr e Patton tho estimable wife of our master Is quite with light of pnuomonla Mr Robert Edmlston and wife will movo Into tbo house vacated by J C Ulnohcnrt Houses aro In demand hero and If oma enterpris lot party would build a number of car fortable cottages they would bo read ly rested NEWSY NOTES FROM MONTICEL LUeMr Wllburn Fairchild and MUa Nancy Frlibla were married Sunday evening at the homo of Abljah Fall child a cousin of the groom atwl1e n n Phillip is expected homo this week after on absence of three years J A Phillips hue long since proven his capabilities as an editor and by bis energy Is now giving to the public a much needed and solves sheet weekly Several now oil wells are belt pumped regularly and other dcrrla for boring now ones are In coos ruc LIon At present prospects are very good for a railroad 10Quito an oxcltcment prevailed hero onthuHh at Iho sound of Iho alarm Tho Told Ramsey had snug before1a It only the hotel bul the block opposl tbo wind blowing In that direction Damages amount to 5500oRev J H Dew tell a very success fufinuoting tho Baptist oliuroh with II additions Rov A II nope organ ized a Christian endeavor society with 2fi members last week Ho has boon pastor of cite Christian church hero almost u Vear and done much for their Interests IB a willing worker sal IB ono of the boat preachers In tho State using tho Bible as his sword and ndver wavering from this to ales doctrines as many of our so called preachers do In tho Bluo Grass counties wo fro quently hear some ono speak of Way I a mountain county although t hills here which rlso back of Mon ti cello are no higher than the knobs of Lincoln und Garrard and when wo con eider tho want who have gono to those and adjoining counties and by tbolr talents and Industry have made tG aft names memorable hero and aro honored thorn as only great men can bo wo greatly resent these feelings A year or more ago our little town was deetroycdalmosteotlrel byllames but now ten ruins bavo been cleared away and buildings which would do ntGoner to a small city have been erect ed in their place A new street will onisoon ba added thereby connecting tho McConnaghy extension with thc main town Tho oil Interests continue to ebb and How but the day Is not tar oil when tho tail from n derv well near 1fnil u houses LANCASTER Mr James Maret tbo brllljant jour nail lit of Mt Vernon was hero ihls week WilliamGastineau married by Rev J C Massco nt tho residence of Joe M Gastineau nn un Gloat tho groom ottbonightbutof the colder weather and the excite mentovar tbo a asslnailon ut Frank tort fartthe laughing success which will appear nlubtPcbseals 7B cents now on sale at McRob IcrU drugstore The Tribe of Red Men of which I 11etdon Tuesday night with 27 members A number of our citizens who have been regarded us peaceable men now have tomahawks and are on the war pathpainted red McxlyHomo at Danville Illinois Dr J A bavobeenuoanlIDtUIJat willtaregretto glvo him up but they conscniknowIn that ho newwthatonp adJutallLgnathiodbeyond adjlllJlntgeuuralWill mllltinIwmodlatelv dairopMoved by ibis expression B Robin tbatGarrardwould roquetednightckanwaa byIout being examined as loquallflcations toIr to prcscrlptfna JI foreachpels him to collect when Issuing com th tloctorIMy statement that we aro in tbomillet of a revolution has proven truosloes atPrankfortp e1Tecoft Whlln nnno can ho named login bsatuly journalkgmuch to do toward inciting the igno Ithosedown with arms proposing to distal authorltlehtundo In blood wero the only ones to urgedtpl commerciallytSoon after tbo pows of the at tempted assassination of lion William Goubol was received an indignation meeting waf called at the court house composed of many of the best whose blood was at fever heat L r Owslcy Walled tbo meeting to order In a few strong remarks directed at ibose adirectlyc thhairo rotary and James Marot Geo Smith aasletaataboSwinebroad T B Robinson and Latch er Owslcy wore appointed to droll res olutions which they did denouncing unmeasured terms the damnable and cowardly deed and condemning In tbo strongest language any ono who was a party to the evince directly or Indirect yadopted tbdeede a motion to denounce the Louisville Poet und the Dispatch A disposittou was manifested to Involve moro tba one in tbo dastardly work but concilia tory remarks by lion HII Tomllnson n aodbnptpression of such feelings and tho meeting adjourned to assemble again Pattiwere GOY WILLIAM GOEBEL Indignation at Grab Orchard At a msMirectlDR of the citizens of Grab Orchard held Jan alit 1000 tlio meeting wan called to order and J Mont ItotUwell wa elected clmlrtnnn and Jas F Uoldam secretary Attar a short speech by tho chairman tho following committee on reo lotions was appointed vizi r V hobbit J O UcWhortcr and J J brooks The following reM lutloni were submitted and unanimously adopted Int Wo tho law ablding citizens of Crab Orchard und vicinity denounce with unlim ited Indignation the late cowardly attempt to nnM ilnuto Senator William Coobolnt tho State Capital Tide is nn outrage that is almost nnpnrnllolled In modern times nnd diworves the wlthcrtng condemnation of ovary good citizen no mutter to what party ho may belong Tho contestants had ii right to contest and wore proceeding In a lawful manner to contest and before the proper body nnd It tho duty of every lawabiding citizen to abide by the decision whatever It might be Tills Is the very principle upon which our democratic government U fortrcd When a candidate and hb friends think he has just grounds to contest the lea point out the mode and mannur of contest and It was In availing themselves of this legal mode o I proceedure that tho lion William Corbel was proceeding In his contest and tho lion 0 M Da lion Is contesting the election of tho lion Q O Gilbert AH to whether or not either party hud grounds of contest Is to be determined by tie respective bodies before which the contests aro pending not by either party nor by a band of lawless assassin toWo also condemn with withering scorn furnishYover rlde law and to Intimidate tho good people of the Commonwealth such cor Kiratlon only requiring as ticket for a free ride to Frankfort tho display of a gun or pistol or other signs of Intimidation 3rd Wo also condemn lu unmeasured terms the outrageous abuse ot tho pardon- Ing power by the acting Governor In par toer a tho Capital of the Stata stacking DroOl In the push lie buildings and red at tho expense of the honcot taxpayers of this Commonwealth to terrify tho Legislative body nnd those who do not approve of their outrageous conduct Wo maintain that the pardoning of these lawless men for cnriylng concealed deadly weapons and crushing law and order under thegwhom you please and tho uxccutlvo pardon shall be extended to you and shield you fromtbopunlshmentotpaurblosTdycrlmcsd demo tho action of tho lute Governor and Lieutenant Governor especially the latter In their abuse of thn pardoning power thus encouraging violence and crime and Incit slog mob violence Whoa tho pcoplo see that vile miscreants escape tho punishments tli ut the juries and tho mutts have meted out to thou Btli Wo also condemn tho action of tho Into Governor for tho outrageous abuse the elective franchise by parading on election grounds to Intimidate honest voters In discharge of tho elective franchise Tho ballot le the very foundation of a re publican form of government The constitution and law both provide that tho elinll a1 be subordi interferenceaof the mllltln ou election day by order of the Governor has been tho un4orag box out of which tlio illra evils have come which now aflllct our grand gill Commonwealth J Mort IlothweU Chairman J U Itoldam Secretary JC1cnutagtoRn sitars S J Tatem E K Hosklm W H Edwards U I Edwards J W Hayden U tlCIlIJus W Jones W Logan Wood S A Mlddletpn W U Kelly J E Iloasunts W O llutcliisoii John Iavno Sam McOee P H Anderson 1npuetrrl Pave llolmpn J H Carson T M Eslci lurch lluchunan Curtis Cover A wan In the uniform of a member of the national guard speaking of the Got be tragedy remarked In tbo lobby 0of the Stag Hotel It would bo it good thing for Kentucky und tho rm clop if Ggebal would die The words had scarcely been uttered when Book maker Charley Fqeny whipped out n revolver and began firing at tno sot slot who got out of the door after toshots bad missed him =Cincinnati En quirer ShoesAnd Socks On going over our Shoe slock we and too many heavy Hoots and Shoes We need t the room for our I J NEW SPRING STOCKA- nd otter them at from 25 to 50 per cent below regular prices Have just opened a l new lot of xk8 Bought new patterns Ilegular 25c quality now 15cwBargains In Every Department Call on us when in Danville J THE GLOBE Miller Hirsch Danville e8tH itBdi i aA A C SNECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD SENTTTOEr close estimates on work andiguarantee perfect satisfaction as to work A t material as will be attested by any one of the many parties for i yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Jwilla oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo TSp 0 g DRUGGIST STANFORD g gOPERAHOUSE BLOCK g gg0Special Attention Given to the Compounding of IrcscIpUona Scientifically 0 and with Careo 0 g Terms Cash Telephone Xo 27 o o Office Long Distance Telephone 0- o a 000000000000000000000000000000000000r j 1 m I MIiJ have them in almost every willmg iJ 1be carried over if I am offer edJl near the cost of them l Look at our window at the fftIiJ wear lzes an prIceson ev ery item Cash No Tickets IJ H J Ifs ItiMROBERTSj Call Phone No 10 Higgins McKitmey STANFORD KY For Farm Machinery Wagons Bug gies Salt Lime Cement Stoves Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sewing Machines A Specialty 1 xH THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY FEB 2 1900 W P WALTON WE behove as firmly as we do in tbo existence oft God that Pro Tern Gov Taylor Is the head of the conspiracy tbat led to the dastardly attempted as sassination of Gov Goobcl tbat be knows who did the foul deed and that ho Is locally and morally responsible for Its results This opinion Is largely entertained at Fran Kfort and all tho facts go to prove Its truth A coward by nature and a scoundrel by choice bo has kept his miserable carcass surrounded with a guard of cut throats and assassins and after they had dope their devilish work and fearing the vengeance of an outraged people ho had himself and coconspirators fort- ed Ii with bayonets and Jading guns Tbat the troops were not called out to preserve the peace and suppress an al leged lneurrcion but to protect him self and his mangy crow of assassins no one who knows tho situation for a moment doubts The fact that the shots wero fired from the building he occupies and over his room the fur then fact that It was barricaded imme dlately to prevent the civil officers from entering and that in less time than it takes to write about it bo had the militia on the grounds called doubtless to the scene by the prear ranged shot signals all go to prove his guilt That he is the de facto governor should not shield him more from pros ecution than any other murderer and ho ought to be tried and hung for hilt crime as any other man would be as guilty as ho appears to be Wo counsel no lawlessness and scorn the roan who would Intimate assassination but we do call on Judge Cantrlll to see that the offense is duly and properly punish ed Let notinly Taylor but every ono of his advisers and fellow conspirators feel the halter draw not at the hands of a mob but at those of a sheriff act ing under sentences passed by proper judges The democrats have kept themselves strictly on legal grounds and they should continue to do so and though they be tempted to resist tho infamous acts of usurpation heaped upon them they should allow them selves to commit no overt act As Hry an says We can afford to permit tho republicans to enjoy the monopoly of force and threats Let the law deal with those who violate tho law LAWYERS say that Taylor bad no earthly right except that of force toI adjourn the Legislature and the fact that he did so naming London as the place of meeting where a dozen men can hardly find quarters renders him as ridiculous as the first act shows his ignorance of law or his utter disregard of It His object seems to have Jjfep to keep the Legislature from meeting till Goebel died under the belief thatI that would end the matter In his The members say they will never meet In London but are willing to do so ntI any other that can et necessary accommodatIonsI This significant item appears in the Courier Journal No attempt has been made to discover the men who attempted to assassinate Mr Goebel No re ward has been offered and no search of the executive building where the as sassins were concealed has been per mitted Since tho shooting the build ing has swarmed first with armed mountaineers and then with soldiers r one company of troops being quartered in the ante room of the executive ofllco Mr Taylor still eats and sleeps In the executive x fllco THERE Is no man at Frankfort who stands higher in the counsels and estl mation of democrats than lon James B McCreary His advice Is sought opt all questions and he being calm cone servative and courageous it is always taken The exgovernor Is mighty near tho hearts of the people of Ken tucky and especially of the 8th dis trict WHAT Taylor and his crowd failed to accomplish bv fraud intimidation and bribery they sought to obtain byI assassination and force Death in the most ignominious form should be meted out to every one of the conspirators Tim great tragedy being enacted at Frankfort has overshadowed everything else und dwarfs other matters Into insignificance The dailies llko this Issue of tho INTERIOR JOURNAL are devoted almost exclusively to it Taylor has applied to tho president to recognize him aa governor He knows nobody is afraid of hid tin sol dlert and wants to bring tho regulars to his assistance Should Gov Goobel die Lt Gov Beckham would succeed him and be j governor till November when another election would be held TilE Louisville Dispatch and the more Infamous Louisville Post are particcpsicrlralni in the assassination Every militiaman that Taylor could t get to Frankfort Is on the ground and tho city presents a war llko appearance r r Deeds of Dastards f Senator Goebel shot From TliG Executive BuIlding By an Assassin Doubtless Hir cd by Taylor Troops Called Out to Protect tUrn And Legislature Barred Out By Bayonets Taylor Proclaims Insurrection And- Adjourns the Body to London Legislature Meets However And De clares Goebel Duly Elected Governor He Was Sworn In And Issued a Proclamation The Governor Slept Well LIt Night And Is Better This Morning FRANKFORT Feb 2 8 A dGov Goebel slept well last night and is apparently improved Ho told his brother Arthur that he was going to got well Taylor Is still In possession of tbo capitol and there Is rumor that matters will be brought to a head today by re sort to the courts his said that one of tho democratic judges ot the court of appeals Is marK- ed for slaughter and another assassi nation Is expected aa to give that court to the republicansPAT MCDONALD FRANKFORT FbTho Legisla ture attempted to meet at the State House at 6 oclock but was again refuse ed admission Before going to the cap ltol the Senate met and elected Sena tor Carter president protein of the Senate in place of Gov Goobel Democratic and republican attorneys have held several conferences looking to an agreement but nothing so far has been accomplished The democrats are firm and confident of the justice of their positionITaylor pardoned a man from Knott county today but Warden Llllard re1 f used to recognize it detachment of soldiers went thither to take the man but on the advice of counsel Llllard still refused to honor the order of re leaseIJust as we finished mailing the last edition of this paper the news was lashed to thlg olllce that Senator Goo Tjel had been assassinated Though every step and act of the cowardly pay in power bad prepared tho people to bo surprised at nothing it could hardly bo believed and we hoped againsti tiopalhat it was untrue The tried at once to Frankfort and from JuacUpn Cltysont confirmation of the fcarfjfcdcpd the news received there bcrf tbIE Senator Goebel had died froOl t pdtwo hours after receiving Lexington we sent contra llchQnoC his death and from Fraud fortjkopt put homo people apprised of every change In bis condition and every move ot the infamous Taylor crowd all which was bulletined and read by eager crowds Briefly told Mr Goebel was fired at from a window in the executive build ing just over tbat occupied by tho boo gus governor one of the five shots from the Winchesters striking him near the right nipple and passing downward through his body passed through the lungs and out of his left side The Senator was on his way to the session ot the Legislature and was within a few feet of the steps of tho Capitol when the cowardly shots were fired Ho fell forward and Col Jack Chinn who was near him rushed to his side Mr Goebel started to get up but Chinn told him not to move or they shoot him again at tho same wouldI claiming My God Goebel they killed you guess they bave Goohcl Tho colonel called for assist ance and Col Eph Llllard and others came and tho Senator almost In a state of collapse was taken to his room at the Capital Hotel and surgeons summoned Mr Goebel was very weak from loss of blood but remained con scious and spoke to dlllsrent persons who had gathered- It was soycral minutes before an aLe tempt to catch the assassins was made and by that time the building from which they fired was barricaded and In almost lees time than It takes to write It tho soldiers bad appeared on the scone showing that the whole business was prearranged and everything prim ed for the occasion by those In position to direct them A follow named Harlan Whittaker from Butler county who claimed that ho was In Frankfort to guard Willie as ho called tbo miserably counterfeit of a man who bus rendered himself more obnoxious than ever by his unheard of usurpation of powers arrested by J K Miles a Mexi can soldier not an odlcer The man had on three pistols and a bowio knife and he was run off to Loulsvlllo on the pretense that ho would be mob bed Few think ha Is the assassin and all believe tho hand of some more promlnnnt individual pulled the trig ger that sent the bullet on Its deadly course Taylor immediately called out tbo State troops from every point The Lexington and Louisville contingent wero ibo llrst to arrive und those from more distant points wero arriving all night and up to next morning putting tho city In a moro warlike appearance Jailing guns wero planted on either aide of the Capitol and soldiers occupy tho law making building Wednesday morning when the demo ocratic legislators went to tho Capitol In n body they drd so through a cordon of bayonets to bo stopped at the foot ofi tbo stairs to tho chambers by bayonets crossed over tho steps Col HOller Williams then said in a loud voice that he hat a proclamation from the gov ornor which he proceeded to read and which was as follows Stato of Kentucky executive de- partmentloraokfort To the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kunluqky Whereas a state of insurrection now prevails In the State of Kentucky and especially In Frankfort tho capital thereof by virtue of tho authority vested in me by tho constitution of Kentucky I do hereby by this procla matlon adjourn at once tho General Assembly of the State of Kentucky to meet at London Laurel county Kentucky Tuesday the 6th day of lob ruary 1000 at 12 oclock M Given under my hand at Frankfort Kentucky this 30th day January 1000 at 0 oclock 1t W S TAYLOR Governor of Kentucky By CALEII POWERS Seoy of State After arolnutos consultation Speak er Trimble started for the city hall followed by the members but the sol hers in double quick time beat them to it and bayonets again stopped their entrance The Legislators then start ed to the opera house butsoldlers were already there then they went to the court house but soldiers were on guard there also As a last retort they went to the Capital Hotel to meet In the ban room but Gen Collier with tho Lou isylllu Legion sent word to Speaker Trimble that bo bad orders to dis force If neeperse the Legislature by essary and Informed the proprietor at the same time If ho permitted the meting that ho would take charge of buildingWhen members of the court ot appeals started to the court room and found soldiers on all sides ot it they declined to hold a session and Judge Cant 1111 did likewise when ho saw the court house held by the enemy When tho boards of contest went to tbo Capitol Tuesday afternoon to hold a session they wero prevented from entering by the militia They then went to the City Hall but the republi can attorneys claiming that it was dan erous for them to attempt to make arguments in the cases declined to do to and asked further time The demo cratic attorneys objected and said they did not wish to argue Who boards de cided to close the cases then and at night drew up their reports saying that from the evidence thoy believed Goebel and Beckham elected governor and lieutenant governor and asked tbo Legislature to endorse their action The program was to do so at the session of Wednesday but bayonets stopped their entrance into the balls and prevented the accomplishment of their intentigns at that time When Mr Goebol began to sink rap- Idly a little after noon Wednesday ho was told of his condition and asked If he wished to see a preacher He said Yes and named the Rev Arnold of tbo Christian church at Frankfort Mr Arnold has known the Senator from his boyhood and during the cam paign wrote a letter commending him for his ability his courage and his ex emplary habits which this and other Mr Ar- Id democratic papers published responded at once and held a very satisfactory interview with the wound ed man After he came but the writer asked him about tbo patients condo tion It is very bad said be but God Is not going to let so bravo so good and so noble a man die Ho has further need for him He then expa tiated on the Senators manifold merits and addedII0nlyone man was over Hoed slandered and traduced more than he and that was Jesus Christ It was pitiful the way the little sol diers were trotted over the city to and demonstrate overawe the Legislature the power of an assassingov ornor Tho mercury was near zero and some of the poor follows being without overcoats shivered and shook as tbo wind spitefully howled at them from down the river Some of the Louisville Legion expressed themselves very forcibly on the situation and made no bones of saving they wero democrats After Jjolog chased from pillow to post by the militia who bad orders not to permit tho Legislature to meet In session any where the democratic members not recognblngTaylora right to adjourn tljo body finally succeeded In holding a joint session Wcndcsday night and adopting the reports of the contest board declaring William Joe bel and J C W Beckham the le gally elected governor und lieutenant governor and 74 members signed an ad dress to the people setting forth tho facts of Taylors outrageous usurpation At 830 the oath otofllco was adminis tered to Gov Goebel who responded In u clear I do to the Interrogations put by Chief Justice Hazelrlgg Mr Beck y CHANGE OF FIRM Passed Away With The Century tee The firm of A TJrbansky tC Co who have hold undisputed sway in the midst of Stanford for tho lust decade hatssol1 their entire stock of Clothing Dry Goods Ladies and Gents Furnishings Boots Shoos Hats Etc to Saliijger Bros fit 60 Cents On Tfye Dollar The new linn will inaugurate a sale that will place them attend atnil competition from the start This will ho the greatest sacrifice stile ever known to tho people of Lincoln county Yaluqs will be thrown to tho winds Thousands of dollars worth of new stock recently bought will be included in the slaughter All printer Goods will move regard less of cost Stock is bought for cash find it must Pity for itself at once A little rca soning will convince you that we are in position to oiler you greater reductions than would at first seem possible All goods are today worth 10 pOI cent more than they were when our stock was purchased from the mills Then deducting again 40 poi cent the allowance to consummate the deal it is clearly seen that the present stock stands to cost about 20 per cent or ono fifth of its par value Below you will fiudta low articles priced which should convince the most skeptical Domestics Lancaster Apron Ginghams Oct quality selling out price acts Ono case fancy Calicoes regular price Cct sale price 4ct One cow blue Calicoes 4Jc Plain and Embroidered real Manchester Chambrays Oc Heavily llecccd KUlerdown in ned only 24c- Beautiful designs in mingled Teaslo down SOc quality only 3C- cICt Drown Sheeting 12Jc 74 Red Table Damask 2tc- Gl lllcacbcd Linen Damask 22c Our Carpet anti Matting Stock its just been replenished and is chuck full of choice bargains We are confident wo lead in tics line We have this stock so arranged that it is no trouble to show them to have no hesitancy in asking to look at them even though you arc only anticipating a purchase in the future Dress Goods Double width J wool fttairucro Dross Goods 25c quality 12c 38 In all wool Orcrplaid Dress Goods 2oc 31 In Gonlc mixed Scotch Chevlotlng IficAll wool Plaid Skirting 23c up Notions onlyiC18 in Flax Crash 6c 10 in Linen Crash Cc Good size Turkish Towels 16c per pair 2 Cards of Hooks and JJycs Cc dot Pearl Buttons Cc 4 Papers of Pins 5c C Spools of John Clarks Thread lOc Capes 1 Line Ladies Capes 7c 1 Lot Aitrachan Fur trimmed Capes worth t2 We their to their past years assure that that past shall will sell at That is at ham was sworn in as lieutenant governor Lying Hat on his back and lathe grasp of death Goe bol out his wishes and they wore carried out Ills first was a tion ordering the militia to their homes and all other persons con federated to terrorize and in tlmidato the members of the general assembly to disband and depart He then fell Into sleep and slept soundly till 4 A a brother of the gov ernor was In Phoenix Arizona when the news reached him Ho chartered u special train at once and at almost every a on his way an message so the wound ed brother Miss Augusta the handsome daugh ter ot Editor J A Phillips of the Wayne County Record was married ut Moutlcollo yesterday to R L Johnson a contractor of Henderson Tbo brido is a niece of Mark und Bon Hardln of this place Miss Georgia Smith of Mr Smith of near was mar to Mr J D Swain a of this city at Mr T V Ferrolls In this city Saturday at by B Yager of tho Christian The brldo was ono of the handsome sales ut store and was at her place of business till about 4 oclock on the afternoon of the marriage She is a most excellent young erset Paragon For sale 12 00pound Mark Hardln FoR SALE2i yearling cattle Weight about 700 lId 11 T Bushit Mprrls Fred bought 100 bushels of corn of Bcdoll at S210 at tho crib Having enlisted in U army will sell somo young steers and They must go at once Jesse Nance MoKln ney I S S S S I Everything In Ladles Mixes and Chil drens Wraps will go for not co- stFurnishings line good white Corsets 23c 76c quality Corset only a few 25c lot French Corsets 43c 1 Line II II Pink anti Illue only 48c Garniture Skirt patterns handsome ef fects only 03c Ladles Itoxbury Union Sufis cheap at COc our price 15c Biggest drive over made in Ladles Underwear 2 long sleeve solMlncil vests or Pants and Vcst 23c or lIngle garulnt ISc Iloys anti Misses heavy grey random Shirts or Drawers Vic Mlises Union Suits lic Ladles Lace Riga Cc Ladles Fleeced lined Hoeefic heavy ribbed Hoo Dc Ladles black 40 Ruagc whilo foot hone 10c and Shoes lot Ladles Dongola stock drew Shoot BOo 1 lot small lzc s hand furred Krench kill lace or button shoos only 03c worth 12 A compete line of Ladles Dongoln took Iatent tip all sizes lice or button worth fI 60 sale price 09c We always carry and keep the belt f160 shoes on the market 1 case mans tl CO boots wilt close at 1115 A 12 round top Hoot 1150 A 63 Dress Bout to close for 82 Ment heavy buckle plow Shoes cut to 7Cc Mens 82CO high top Shoes tale price f 175 Mens 8225 high top Shoes to close IlGO A line of mens all leather lace o Dross Shoe 1125 Trunks and Valises wilt be found on the top floor and will le Included in this saleClothing Mens edit Pants 76fl grade 40c Mens odd PanU 1160 grade USe Mens Pant i2CO uIUIrlctllOS Mens Corduroy fonts nilalzuJ colors worth 82 sale J133 A few mens all wool Jeans Punts will go at once lor 65c A few toys knee Pants in all wool Jeans will go for lee Boys knee pants stilts OSo Mens ol wool Suits worth 17 CO go for 450 Mena fuli from 1209 up In fact vro will move In the rClothing Department of thai4 value You will never strike MtuOicr such an to clothe yoiinclt at- al lows price as this time Itrid Gents Furnishings 1 dot good hose 40o j1 doz Heavy mixed cotton Hone 74c Good tout wire bucklo Suspender lie Mens good color well luadc working shirts 2 to Men Negligee Shirts collars ar d cults attached 3 for SItMens stifl cuffs Madia hlrtt f grade COo 1 suit mens ribbed Under wear 4l c line mens Uceccil lined Underwear worth 76c a garment goes for 75c a suit Hats Our lino of coons Hals and blips was never more complete Wo can give you itltT hats from lOc liP Mens wool and w- alt Hats from Ve up r The retiring firm wishes to bestow sincercst thanks the people of Lincoln Co for generous and ever increasing patronage during tho 10 Their successors you the prevalence of low prices has gained us popularity in tho continue Better even enable them to you goods a smaller profit the management continues the same a guarantee of prompt and polite tention 1- THE LOUISVILLE STORE Salinger Bros Prors T D Raney Manager also almost Gov wrote proclama toreturn together peaceful M NMfctBiGoebal telegraphed encouraging MATRIMONIAL MATTERS daughter Burry town nod businessman itt church ladles Slcsslngcrs ladySom shoats nice Chancellor the S privately cattle springing heifers Woven Cored Handkerchiefs Childrens Boots Ladles Kangaroo Congress only slaughter Corduroy grade price Suit everything regardless opportunity cotton fancy facilities Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHKLTON IIIKIIKXT Next SessionWill Begin Jany 22nd WhenINew Pupils Will be Received and ClassifiedItFor admission call on PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs 1 Books Si Stationery Pints And Oils Telephone No2 Stanford Ky Wkr 1 CLtONrtSTANFORD KY Is The KvcoKnlzcd Lender In Tho Following Articles Carriages Buggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and Avery Plows Harness At The LowestPrices EirSEED QATS FOR SALE o4l W J THE INTERIORJOURNAL STANFORD KY FKD 2 1900 E0 WALTON UuawEsa MANAHKU TUG best material combined with care skill and accurnoy Insure good cesute No other methods tiro over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Sioru PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP DOUN to the wife of Middleton Lynn a daughter M S UABTIN went to Pilttburg Wednesday tq proupoct T F STINK took fovornl day oil recreating at Lexington MK GKOIUIK p liitiaiiT wont to Loulivlllo Tuesday to loll hn tobacco MISS BEssIK 1KNNINUTON of Lox ington was horn with relatives this week Mounts FUKD Is rejolclnjr over the arrival of another daughtei making live In all H II NEWtANt of London was hero long enough Tuesday to subjcrlbo to the I J Mns SCOTT FAHHIH of Crab Orch ard ipenta day or so with her lion Stove Teator II II LOGAN who moved his family to Knoxvlllo hat bought a grocery store and Is doing well Mitr C UANICIN Is back from Wayne county whore ho wont to see his agedfather pavld Runkln IL L GOSB of Dluo Grass Va who has rented the Sam Lackey farm was hero looking after It a tow days ago MiTCUKtyi TAYLOK of Mlddloburg took the train hero Wednesday for Elk Valley Tenn to look after his timber Interests MISS DETTIR LKWIB who Is lucccn fully running a millinery storo at Livingston will likely engage In that bus bees bore OUR friend J n Carter of Carters 1yule corttrlbutela creditable poem on tbo battleship Kentucky In the Cen tral Record G D McCAUTY of Mt tjalcin has returned homo after spending several days In Lexington IJo was the guest of Dr C L Wheeler WALTKK n CUIITIS of the Ceda- Creek section left for Nhshvlllo yes terday where bo hopes to secure a po sition with Ibo L S N Nit J 8 IlOlilNSON who has been In Columbus Ga writes that ho has gono with a party to Ocala Fla to and fish for a tow weeks 4hunt S CKTTIB THCIIMOND who hOB been private teacher at Mr J L Tot tens and given entire satisfaction will open a school at Mt Xenia soon MISSES BESSYK M WOUTIUNGTON and Mnymo D Wheeler of lIu ton vlllo loll Monday to visit friends nn relative at Maytvlllo and Maysllck their old homes w +LOCAL HAPPENINGS 110 stock of glass and chlnawarojuit received Warren ft Shanks TilKttK II no truth In the report that Warren it Shank havo sold out I Till decd convoying J13 Adams farm tofhomaaJiMotcalf required I2 worth of revenue ntamM I cozero rill mercury was again I I Thursday but It Is much moderato this morning and the sky U clear A CAUSOX tolls us ho broke tho Iw record for Boiling buggies It u poor month but ho had an excellent one r SAM OWRNS HOCKEII Edmund James and William Craig all small davkliw caught a 95 fine each in Judge Carsons court for stealing a lot oft solder c from Peter Straub I I AND now the dirty wow of dastards and bastards are trying to crcuto tho Sanl1 There Is nothing too Infamous for the to do or say THli Western Union Telegraph Co believing that the Legislature Is reall going to convene at London has orde cd coils of battery put In tbo olllc there This lt enough for 500 Bounders ordinarily but It is probable that two special wires will be put In GENTLEMAN who keeps up with Vno doings of Jackson county tolls us that W IL Culton of tho auditors otllco at Frankfort gathered up the 40 odd Intimidators that wont to Frankfort front that cOllnt1Tho men who went wero a touJth set says many ox convicts anti moonshiners being In tho lot Some halt a dozen of them got Jail HEAVY Loss Miss Uollwnre pri vate Instructor of J L Tottons children received nova n tow days since of her fathers hou o at Frenchburir be ing burned The fire originated from a stovo In an upstairs room The fan fly wore awakened by tho falling In of tho roof and barely escaped with their lives ilur trunk containing clothing and 850 packed ready to bo sent here was burned as was everything elso In tho housoc except her piano which was saved uninjured Miss Bollwaro bus the nympathy of the many friends made since her stay at this place I Foil good groceries at low prices cull on or toluphonn Hill tiI3CCk I IIndullMAVLK Syrup Uuckwhcab lour pigs feet and mackerel Higgins k McKlnney THE London fairgrounds will bo sold nt thFebCOAL prices 0 10 11 and cents at yard One coot extra for delivery J II Daughman ft Co Foil SALEAL1A ant Stratum Busliievs College Louisville scholarship Apply at this olllco J A IlOYSTON of Arm of Roys ton d Russell the Junction City Hv crymcn havn fought J L Roaoe lit ery outfit at Shelby City fofcoal an wo did last winter A cold spell for 10 days will cause a coal famine hero J II Baughmtin L Co I DIRDOK INJUUIUS Cleveland little son of C Thompson of Rockcattlo sled from the effects of Injuries receiv ed by being thrown from u horse laDrATUMraged and respected citizen of Deo Lick died a few days ego Ho was a mom bor of the firm of Reynolds Son general merchants LAND SALE Mr W POrlmcs hat bought of tho two banks hero and Mr S II Shanks the Hugh Scargcnt farm of 00 acres at 127 The farm Is just segues tho river from Mr Grimes homo place WE themI Latest things In mounts and we are prepared to plclureUnepainting Miss Sacrny photographer A II STKJALL administrator of Jno F Stlgall will sell all tho personal property of sold decedent Including corn sheep and cattle on Harmon Lick creek foifr miles Northeast of Crab Orchard TuoedayPob6 2t Tho Stanford oary Society auxllllary ol tbo C1V B M will roes In the lecture room of the Christine frarc requee Importantbulne1 rAT the council meeting last night W O Speed was granted saloon 11 cease the bond of John J McRobcrts treasurer L R Hughes clerk and O J Nowland marshal were accepted an order was made to place an Incan descent light on Depot street near Brucos stable and considerable routine business was attended to I ude L Daw eon died at Ash Grove Mo this weal- of typhoid fever aged 64 A wife who was a daughter of John L Thurmond formerly of Lincoln and six grow children survive Mr Dawson Iivc In this county until some years ago an was a mot excellent man TUB picture play at Waltons Opera House on tbo night of the 7tb promlt Deaziay course n production of Josh Wultcomb said to contain a laugh In each sentence Is given with the aid of largo s thrown on tbo stage by an operator while Mr Wheeler DoLon faithfully Imitates the voice of cat character and says the part of each I aidltlon to the play Miss Evelyn M Roth presents some beautiful ballads In a sweet mezzo soprano voles and Miss Dainty LcLong gives plaatlquo poein and serpontenla exhibitions with won derful colored effects Reserved scats on sale at W B Mcltoboris 75e TUB condemnation of the cowardly work of Taylor and his band of ns a8 sins Is almost universal tore Thor e afo somo creatures wo regret to learn Ams they aro few and very quiet Following two Interviews with Indignant citizens taken as they wet o mot JaeoF Cowardly yond description Somebody must punishedT Tho assassination w a dirty cowardly act and all purples to tho crime need hanging Tho follow who did It should bo huns to the moan convenient limb len tucklaus should act William Burton J C McClary The decent people of Kentucky Irrespective vf party can not and will not stand such outrageous 1n10wholemuch to stone as the man that fired the shot James D Owens I cnn aoccomma words strong enough to denounce Tay lor and tho gang of assassins ho keeps around him- County Attorney Ilarvoy Helm I cant begin to express my indignation and horror both of the Infamous deed tad Taylors uctsof usurpation MS Baugbman My contempt f tho assassin and those who sympathize with him together with alt who aid and instigate assassinations Is leex pressible nd Samuel J Enibry Sr was almost slIYItover perpetrated from the assassination to Taylorj other crimes of lawlessness and usurpation Judge James P Dalloy Taylor e acts show the worst usurpation of pow er I havo over heard of Tho attempt ed assassination of Senator Goebil was e most dastardly piece of business that has occurred In years Mr Bedell Chancellor Such out rages make my blood boll and put in 0 the notion of offering my services to fight n thing I havo not dons beforo since tbo Confederate rouse for which I fought was lost Corporal W L Chandler who sorted with tbaOth regiment In Porto m- ea redo down from Crab Orchard as Hold as It was yesterday to offer his IIlbtforgreatly wrought up over tho outrage and thinks that ail engaged in It stool bo shot like dogs lion P M McRobcrts said to us at Frankfort I take no stock In this business and um shocked at a resort to assassination Law however bad must bo obeyed as long as they are ws and so long as the democrats were according to the torsos of law they should have been permitted to continuo I atn opposed to tbrowlnir the P Into anarchy and revolution Keep a tow men In olllco Tbo best plus would have been to have quietly submitted and gong before the people und I am confident that tbo course of tbu republican party would have been vindicated and a most odious law re- pesled Judge M C Saulloy who wax saidotret fiT and political IItlbcadamont by Assassination As nearly a u few words may convey n conception of this petty tyrants ofllclat course those words hit tho nail square To breed arid hatch villainy to plot and execute vengeance has been the turn totutx of his six weeks disgraceful Amtconcealed revengeful murderer A thto lngtbepowercan doubt that ho personally concocted and I m tCd1h plan far the murder of Goebcl It Is not a mero moral re sponsibility lIe that of others who helped to sow this wind eta passion It personiabilityW tbo crlmo Waiving the fact that bo brought a hireling troopof tbugsand quartered them in the Capital grounds footkns ctIthat tbo shots were fired from the duilding which ho and his Immediate Ddandd that tho MAN OK MEN WHO Piano Tilt SHOTS IIAVB NOT YET I1EEN UlSCOVEU En AND TilE KUJITHEK FACT THAT TAYLOR WOULD HIMSELF IIB PROFIT KD IIY GOEIIBI8 DEATH thcSO facts leavo no room for doubt that Taylor should be Indicted tried convicted und hung for Gocbols death if ho shouts died boltdwarfeghiho greater crlmo In bayoneting the Legislature It was an Indefensible outrage to those gentlemen Individual ly but how much greater to the free theirgedividual of this republic who may be accredited to a foreign govdrnment is Injured by that government our whole pcoplo would avenge It Hero in Ken lucky an noting governor without one lino of written or unwritten law and against all law disperses by military power tho servants of all the pcuplo assembled at the peoples capital to do tho peoples work If a governor shall Lcslslaturewo have no need of a Legislative branch of the government Tho oxen orboadjournaeund no despot who walks the earth would hare ttuprcmcr power lIon R C Warren said with great emphasis The lawfully constituted tribunal to determine who had receive tho majority of the legal votes cast for governor and lieutenant governor lit- tLe November election 1899 has do termined that question in favor of the Legislaturereport of Its committee and Senator Goebel and Mr Bcckbam have take the oaths of olflce and aro tbo duly elected governor and lieutenant governor of Kentucky und 1tlstbe duty of Taylor nod Marshall to stop down and out Every moment they hold on they are defying tbo laws and con tItl1 tion of their Stato nod all who sot un order them or In concert with them ell ba defying the lows of tholr State and Us constitution Tbo action of Taylor In attempting to adjourn the Legisla ture passes all comprehension and bed t lief Ho tort no power or authority to do so except Incaso of inability of tho tlouso and Senate to agree upon ad jouramont Tho dastardly act to a sas stoats Gov Goebul has shocked the en tire nation and all law abiding people will condemn and execrate the man or men who directly or Indirectly brought it about Col Welch snld with his emphasis and vehemence My opinion Is and I had ae well ox press It plainly that In the murderous incident at Frankfort Ibo chief crira loal was not tho Clay or Harlan county yokel that fired from the ambush of tbo Executive ofilco It was the man who brought this torso of armed rullllan to tho caplet tbo man who kept fed and lodged them in the public build loge for weeks the man who the mom ontiho crime was committed surround cd the Stato buildings with itilltla not for tbo purpose of suppressing an Insurrection of welch thorn was no lit dlcatlon nod no danger but for tbopUr pose of concealing and protecting the perpetrators the man who above all was to be the direct and Immediate beneficiary tho crime I mean of course Gov Taylor If Goebel dies end tbo reported facts bo true Taylor is In law as well as In morals a mur derer Men have been justly hanged beforo now on proof not a whit strong er Black as this stoma his conduct since has been oven blacker His fill ing and surrounding the State build ings with militia and mountain bullies his dispersion by force of tbo General Assembly his false and foolish proc lamation that Kentucky was In a state of Insurrection his chasing the Legis laturo about the streets of Frankfort with soldiers his threat to arrest and jail the members If they dared to as semble anywhere all seem moro like a 9bad dream tban actual occurrences Ono who sees It or hears of it can hors ly credit his senses It would scarcely pays In Chill or In Peru It would be doomed extravagant as a scene In com ic opera It is an astounding defiance of the best traditions and the whale history of our race It Is treat on Tea 1mad Tbo composure and courage of the poorgcnllcman now dying nt the Capitol Hotel is an Insplricg contrast to tho frantlo bluster of this wretched puppet at tho State House The two representativesg benlog exhibited tdtbo country Of course such a preposterous state of things cant last a week Whatever tho right or tbo wrong of the original question tbo republicans have now put tho dem ocrats entirely lit the right The ef feet must be to solidify the Intelligence and character of the entire State against these monstrous proceedings and tho desperate adventurers who are conducting them The Legislature will bo protected and sustained at every cost really think the Taylor movement will fall to pieces as soon as the people at homo ore heard from In the mean tonkeep their heads cool und to bo In In stunt readiness to respond to any call from the lawfully constituted authori ties FOR RENT A nmnll farm Iwlonpln to William Da wes J mllm from Stanford on Stanford Pomor sot Turnpike Apply to C W IOVFLL Snullpy Ky fiSrMB PENNY DDS STANFORD KY tWOfllce nt Residence on Lancaster Street VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE If not prlvntolybeforehand I will on Monday Feb xitli 1900 At tho front dour of tho iCourtIIouso In London Ky offer for silo to tlio highest mind best bidder for 14 cash and thu roo Paydof purchase the property known ne Laurel County Fair Grounds About of n mite North of London Ky containing about 25 acres nil under fence nnd commodious Amphitheatre and cingtrackeTwo cood wells on ProsnCo Just Like a Mill You take your Wheat and Corn to ftjorrli Freds Exchange In Wm Daughertye shop In Stanford nnd get In exchange Flour und Meal You can also Flour Meal Ship stuff Ilrun Chicken Feed Ac cheaper ut AtrialIu thing for farmers and I pledge liber al transaction Mid lull weight My goods como from Dudderars fix hirer Holler Mills Had are firstclass MOUUIS FllEU Telephone No 68 e ftJI 1 YJlThe secret of a good shoe Is not necessarily in aJhigh price A cheap shoe Is poor economy at price The Ultra shoe for women has established i J a grade of goodness that no shoe at any price ex eels The Ultra price of 330 Isa standard that Ultra quality style fit and comfort stand back of The Womans ShoetThese shoes ate famous for their fitting uI 1Ities beautiful finish and excellency J l1Ultra3 pjr H J McROBERTS 11 l Fancy VestsNewest Patterns Fancy Shirts Newest Patterns Fancy Socks Newest Patterns MENS KID GLOVES For nice wear Pretty Neckwear the talk of the town New Spring styles in HATS AND CAPSWinter Clothing at greatly reduced prices Queen Quality Shoes I And Oxfords upto youYouCummins McClaryCash Clothiers and Furnishers O ATTENTION FARMERS I Rather than carry over any of ourtWINTER BOOTS 1 We have decided to let the entire line go at Actual Cost Price i Many of you know these Hoots from experience and know there Is none better You also know what you have always paid for them go 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 l- aTHE J p RAILROADYou save good money by buying now for next winter JOHN P JONES Stanford R ii 1 I A BIG LIN OP TRUNKS I i TELESCOPES 1 Ii1Just In t Have Sonje Fiije Goods I To Show You 1 SEVERANCE SONS Iarrt setmn sn tis QI n1 zcmr rt znxYr nnaaa irru AA1 z l rer T l sr3l atsaitlishll I7 l7CiJ 1oo7r reepinqroc oesr s THE fne pesr j ltISfior7lran o 7jtlfuhlliny ra nd M For ilrrlRCi Lllt1Gw f r r rTHE INTEHIO R JOURNAL EItmrd the jiottofflce al Stanford a tecondchist maf- trrPtabUhdTuinY AndLFzldCL ATE 1 PER YEAR CASH ear When not 0PII1maoo11I becb rzed PERRYVILLE The lamb crop this year la a voy Rood one DrM B Godboy llvin on the Danville pike has about 100 and has not lost a ono Tho Maccabees held a mock Inltla tlon at this placo on the 27th whlc vas quite a display but they got tbe worst end of Itj coming out 75 cent In debtMr Williams and Miss Ada vine Stuart wore united in manlap by Rev Penn Tho brldo Is a daughter of Mr Boss Stuart of BrumQeld apd the groom is a son of Mr and Mrs Polk Williams Messrs Prowltt Armstrong togetb cr with Mr W B Edwards surveyed a road through td the rebel grave yard for the purpose of erecting a monu ment in memory of the many heroes that were slain there +BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Alton Kuddel of Clnclnnatlfell dead while paying his dues to a secret order Nashville has been selected by the alvatlon army for its headquarters In the South Tho Arrow nail mill at Anderson Ind operated mainly by Covington capitalists and employing 1100 men bas closed It was organized to compete with the nail trust It is announced that Miss Helen Gould has contributed 3000 to the halfmillion dollar fund bolng raised for Bcrca College President Frost says halt of the fund has been subscribed NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Congressman Junoavle of the ocv cnth will be a candidate to succeed himself the full term Sam Bryant reported murdered on the Intimidation train has shown up at London lie refuses to talk Judge Brown Is holding a special term of court at London to try several murder and 200 or 300 felony cases Miss Helen Gould has given 85000 to the half million dollar fund which is being raised for Berea College E M Embry a Negro and school teacher at Richmond is printing a monthly called The Rambler giv ing tbat town four papers DR R COLDST6IN THE Celebrated Eye Specialist op KentuckyIWill be at the Veranda Hotel Stanford Saturday Feb 24th Returning one day in each month Eyes Esaaihei and Glasses Scientifically Adjusted J+ G+ MccMY tT mmaC AXE Manufacturer and Dealear In HA32TSSS SADDLERY C Stanford Ky zot1ISVILLE TO CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un 9ionStation 10th and Broadway Pstson ers Qcairiug information anti saLes to Wisconsin Allnnesota Nebraska aad points in the far including Cal ifornia stibuld address Stank J AstJE aes Agt WH MnSrOharlea Fz Brodhead Rockcastle County J N Thomas Is at East Dernstadt holding down tho wires at nights fer awhile Mrs IL L Tharp and llttle daughters Lizzie and Marguerite bave returned to their homo at Loretto after a pleasant visit to friends and rolatl at this place and Mt Vernon Our old friend Perander Hlatt was in town Tuesday Wo are always glad to Bce him W R Martin of Roanoke Va Is bore visiting his uncles R S and- S II Martin also a certain young lady near Marctsburg Mss Alice Cummins Is visiting relatives in the Glades Misses Ellen and Lllllo Butner of Wlldle have been visiting Mrs J R Cass Mesdames Dr Graverly and R S Martin were visiting tho family of S II Martin at Marotsburg last week Miss Berda returned with them and Is now the guest of Mrs Martin Ono of the long haired Intimidators whO returned from Frankfort Saturday or Sunday night told ono of our clti ens that they had concluded tbnttbe only way to settle the trouble would bu to kill Gocbcl and when the lewf me Tuesday that they bad done it it created no little excitement in our little town We are not In favor of war nor bloodshed but we Bro not wlllrng to submit to every mean low down arid lowurdlv thing that u set of drunken issasslns seem to wish to indulge In Vo think the Legislature and the good people of Kentucky ought to rise up mod say to this lawlessness at Frankfort Thou sbalt go no further sucb conduct must be stopped for QO man hat is fit to live will favor suchacla as are being perpetrated by those Intimi- dators who have been going to Frankfort We want the democratic party to ubmlt all of their grievances snd trouble to the law and courts of tbe ountry for this Is the only sure road fol a party or a man to trace Of courso Ve may suiTor loss for the tlmo being hut tbo right will prevail for the way or the transgressor is bard MT VERNON Mrs Margaret Flab continues very New names continue to be added to- tbe roll of students at Collegiate Insti uteLutberandEugeno Mulllns delight tbe telephone people over the wire rich a concert on their cornets Aa yet our citizens bavo received no copy of the bill introduced Repr entatlve Bethurum hearing on tbe road The people should have some olce in such matters Our thanks are due Clay Hamilton Jobn Lear Louis Landram M D Hughes R E Thompson Jesse Doty lW Norris and others for courtesli hewn while visiting Lancaster from Sunday toWedneeday iWhllo there was some exeltcmci here on the first announcement of the news from Frankfort nothing rash W8S done for which anyone would hay been ashamed of later on Citizens of a11 parties condemned the outrage On a front window of E W Norris etcher shop in Lancaster appears iveral mornings since a peculiar for matlon of frost which appears to bove- becu the result of rellectlon on refrac 11011 from the new building lately ercct- ed on opposite side of the street It- was as a photograph of the lathing ofa portion of one of thd rooms of the new illding The formation has rctnalnci lor several days and can vet be seen MIDDLEBURG J V Coffcy and W T Coulter have bougbt about 75 hogs in the Souther partof too county at 3 to 3Jc Rev Coleman and wife of Burgin bave been visiting their daughterMre Green for the past week Perry Wesley and wife are progress Ing nicely with their select school They have about 00 pupils We very mueb regret that J W Mclntosh has- lelt our county People of this placo are still in nod spirits over the election and think aebol will sure be pormunifnt govern or In a short time espdclally does W P Keener think so Mr G S Durham has returned Irom- bls trip to Taylor county to attend the nerai of his uncle who died of paral 8Is Spurceon Sympson of Louisville haB been visiting friends here There has been some talk of Wbeat who made a visit to Texas of- golnl into the mercantile business hero ntI wo sincerely hope that ho will for wo hate to lose a good democrat as Me Is from among us AN EDITORS LIFESAVED BY CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY DurIng the early part of October 1696 I ontracted a bad coldwhlch settled on my lungs anti was neglected until I feared that consumption had appeared in an Incipent state I was constantly cough- Ing and trying to expel something which I ould not I became alarmed and after gi ring the local doctor a trial bought boUle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy lind tho result was immediate Improve men and after I had used three bottles W r lungs Vera restored to their healthy 8t Ito U 8 Edwards IlAb1l beer of The nevlw Wyant 111 For sale by Craig Hocker DrugpJqta Juris Fitzgerald of Narrows W Va shot and killed his wife and John O Wright her alleged paramour r11F E V14 AYlD- Mr J F lUlra prominent clllien of lUnnlU Mo IlIcl hal a ilellreranco from a frightful death In lelllog aril bewr I was ken with Typhoid Terer that nn Into Incunwonl tersne hardened I was M wok- ouldntevcadtupinbeh J Nothing helped sue I expected to noon till Consumption when heard of Dr King Aew IHicorer One still continued to isosomuss lupin- pnle imwell anlttrroog lemtur This ratiTelloui medicine li the urns sod cure lu the world for all Throat am Lung Trouble Ileguierslseocents and it Trla Iwttle Ne at Vcnnj urug even botch guanutced S SC If the reader of this fJioukl chance tr know of tiny one who is subject to shacks of bilious colic ho can do him no greater favor than to tell him of Chamberlain Colic Cholera mid Diarrhoea Remedy It always gives prompt relief For tale b Craig Hockor Konoska WIs has adopted a novel ordinance to stop thoealo of liquors to habitual drunkards It Is to post a list of such In the saloons so that no in toxicants bo sold them that photo graphs be taken of the persons so post ed and be printed on sheets which are to be distributed about tbo city The photographs are to be paid for by the persons posted and in case the drunkard has no money his relative bear the oxpenao BISIIAHCKS mON IIKIIYE WII the result ofhli splendid health Imtaiul table will and tremendoui energy are not found where btomath Llrer Kidneys and lioweli are out ofonler If yen want the quilltlei coil the UCffll they bring UM Dr King a New mil They develor every power brain and body Only eanys drug ton Owing to the prevalence of smallpox- In the jail at Owcnsboro Judco Evans bas continued all criminal eases in the iwensboro Federal court to the Juno termTo Our Patrons We ire open with our Ml SPRING STOCK Such ai Dry goof Xotlnnt Clothing Stout and Shoes lUti ndCl lulin and Itnla Fur ntohlol Vo have also cdded to our a full lintel Carpets Mattings Rugs lrlcdowShadncit We are ttlll In the lead nd ilwojHwUlhtwlblowprlccton irrrjthlug men Honed T- eCOME AND SEE US AIIt you will Sail we mean whet we eq W think you lor p ttfaror and tollelt your latur patronage RACKET STORe The Chespet Store In the Country Mlntoshs Livery 6 Feed Stable McISIIfEY RY Good Illga nt reasonable price Sato driven double and single for day or night If you want to work Casey adjoining counties McKlnney ts tho to drive from lion well cared for by single feed day week or month A share of your pa tronago solicited The NEW TCJ J A ALLEN 00 Contra We Imvo opened up a Lumber Yard on La Wo will keep on nil kInds of building lag Celling Bldlnc Yellow Pino Caving and SpIndles Turn Column Gable serene and tt Jitlis Shingles Steel looting Dad will also Wire Fence feat and In tact everything tut and eon us It will be to your advantage The Coming ofBally brings joy or pain Itt for the mother to decide good health and A strong womanly organism motherhood but to a womans attractiveneaaMoELREES Wine ofCartful takcsawaynliterrorabystrengtheningthe babys coming revitalizing the nerve centres it has brought chubb crowing youngsters to thousands ofIweak women feared they were barren It purifies heals regulates and strengthens is good or women all times No druggist would be without It Ji ax spedaldirections DepartmentTbo lanoogo TenD lttJtSLOUI8A HAtEof JeOferMn flav sara Wben I IIrlt Win or Card1 we lad Ixn parried there years bet could not have any children Anne moaUia later I had a toe alit baby D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky KeoiM constantly on hand a completes liDO of Uucgle lnd Hnrnev Iurnl turn c Agent fur Doerlng Mower und Hinder and repairs Oliver Chilled Plows the heat made always for into Call on him 08 FRfH HOTEL F FBAHCISMirrcprlater AT DEPOT DRODHEAD KY ltot Ilolrl nth iuwinuln rate eoniklrrei L IorUTi meet all Inlet Swrtalatteatlouto inv elloe bleoITHE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The mo t cuutrally located and only PIFdSICtASSHotel 2 RATEOne block from the principal Chopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars peas the door to all put t t the City Everything neat and clean MBEF YARZ7tore and Builders Stanford =Iflr Main Street opHisltn Dr L H Cooks atonal such ns Doom Sash Itllnd Iloor dope Corner Illocks llano Illock llraekeu IDCV Shingles different ulrra In Molding keep on hand all kind of Itoupli Lumber t Is Kept In a nratelaiM Lumber Yard Cull J A ALLEN CO When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig St Hdeker Stanford THE i FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Title is now the most ultocJlle Gallery in Central Kentucky iiiving been re cently equipped with the Anastlgniiit Louse the nuwilUcavery optical science I to say to tho Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of the very Latest Designs if jVJouldijpgs Patterns never bold In this locality before have to be seen to bo appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the moat elaborate paintings Among the lot is tho Now French FleurDeUn mouldings specially fur Miituble qullcnte picture Embroidered MIts French Vator Colors situ all pictures that re desire a tluinly frame Whln 1n Danville call and see us and set our prices Wo will Have you money 124 Third Street Opposite Pot Office Danville Ky American Wire Fence The Best Made Try ItAnd You Will Be lure To Like It Geo H Farris Co t Mammoth Bronze Turkeys I have or sale Mammoth HronioTurkovs raised from u Toni that weighed 33J lln when 10 month old Vounc Tom Mt Iul lets U each 78 alas J K LYNN Stanford JOHN C PEPPLES It ncnndlcliito for Jailer of Lincoln Omul ubjpct to the action of the ilomotiratlo party Your support la kollcltcd DINK FARMER Is n candidate for Jailor subject to tho tlon of tho democratic party Ida solicit your support Good StoreRoom For Rent The iplendld Storeroom In the Auph hotel nut to nee II Firsts Ca at aruonabiSpire ineolthbet lotatlonsin- thetowa Gallon HUIUIN A 1IAUUIIMAN FARM AT AUCTION I will sell on next County Court Day Feb 12th to the Itld Jer tt courihnute 05 Aura of Land torcah dJolol1C ti lUugbman and J tI locker pikeUtJtantord Ky BEHZLEY + HOTEL W A BEAZLEY Pror GRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKYS- plendid Accommodations to Depot and Sulphur Well It Utter Ioe Water For Sole or Rent WIII11 or rent the hosts and aestret of ItnJ 0n Iisnvillstrcet known u lUrrl lenientvl also- the Douse and 26 acre of Und between ml llowUnil II arres meadow 5aem for toUeco lndbsemureoroorwta HAUVKY IIIUAI GOOD FARM FOR SALE sties of the firm I live- on ineludloglhNsplvaIkS bosses ofnte mote Iliben in 1111 and with riIO4 iwluc the deer The ptU8 li IvcatcJ on the Ixnull and 1IlonUe r1ir1 milees from lnvltl and ey mm Iluioatlllc Fortyartrs oltht firm liln whMlln Ito untlllloa mil tl1tre IJ ttmot nrn Ucd II parrliitrr wants more lan i I will alt blot the entire tract of 125 urn Tense to ul the tMirrhnvr IVir further ituttraUn ll un rndJrrM C MANDIIXll MltleiliPTllle Kr R A JONESath DENTIST K Phone No 48 Over IllCRlnn It McICInney Ne Ca RUPLEY Tho Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FIRE LIFE A CCIDENT INSURANCE Onty the best companies represented Inquiries solicited 12 K n MAIIONY Agt Stanford OPTIONS ON FARMS I WANTED+ I would like to tnkn options on good farts larueulall10 Krlger Ky TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VI- ASoutlinRaIwa U Ferth fHnt Winter SeaMn Tun t ICTIIKHX RAILWAY with nmnmtiiiK prtveat the mat m lerlur lICbe luleii llirougli or errvke and trstupor silos rnogrmeD enerellj erer oDervd to the raiel 10 auutluro IteKirt- iruiMK IUILT TH iSi from Cincinnati and- LauLrtlle In eoDueetlun with the IJuwn i Cm wet Haute via Chattatuoga Jeeup ainl The taut SIKRIIKICAH from ClnHnnill to arknoovUle with ninvnulent connectlani freia IAulnUle eli uh This U til tlarmelinutetlironehtlplena- elraofWsteru North Carolina The land theS Also through Sleeplngcari mm tit tunic to the I rt U throuihtieerlugesraIll the K C with Tim Sotrokux Ialtwy via lllrmingbam ttlsntaJesut and The Plant Tho fati- ansns City Jelttnntlllo 1Jmllel oolfIhlrtlfight hour mitt Kansas City to All Agents lines iU through win J rHxcuriion ticket via I ilK bouiilKiiNllAltWAY to Ibo Itaorii of Klorlda and the South ip Khedulm booklets and Information mall free Inany ddnM tiy J C UKAjrjU N WI A AtUm Chicago r a AIlAIRDTtavlasAgentKy W A TDIIK 01 A Washington w II TAYLOIyA O A LoulvllU A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford ICy Stanford OfficuwTr McKobert Drug Store U the Owilej tlnll- dingMason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror aucnstcr t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds Bplcndtd table Everything flretclnBH Porters meet all trains BI f teYaltewi r Saddle Stallion For Sale I will sell reaonabl rplandld Subtle Slat lieu IlltktireJr lie has hlniMlfa line breeder and In ere llnt linlltlJuil Address J IMIALLAIIU roItberam Ky WHITE liOTELiw II CAUUIEU IHOlt CORBIN KENTUCKY Close to Iamenger tknt KlntdaM throughout Stales tl per da- yPLEASE READ January Ut ilia regular iictiilniimml uttllug time lips come and gone mill aomonf my patrons imvo slot puttied with mo If Olt are ono of them you arc eAr neatly requeued to nottlo tfhanklnir one And all for patronage and txillcltlnR n conllmtare Very J It OIE- FatPOSTED I The penon whcwo nature appear below strictly forbid tiny hunting of game lameUnd Hi sap time of the year on their and will to the full extent of the aw any who violate Dr Hugh hold J II MeAIUtcr- KJohn IL KiMtcr WoodlOt 8 T HnrtU Kortwtui Held M 8 Ilaujhmai R II A Wii911anke J W Itauifhmnn J Hrabry MciClaacyF Joists II CUrrLtuAX AnTiiuiiO IAMIIUM- lllltOKIMIItXIK OARTLfMAX ROYALINSURANCE COMPANY 04 Liverpool largest ttre Insurance Company In the World t Barbee Castleman J llanapsri Southern Department Icnernl Offlecr Oolumbta llulldlnff Louts tnl1ltt Ky 36 FoxLOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Morse and Mule constantly on hand and for tale at all time J T SUTTON Undertalcor mtonvllle Kentucky Offer hie sank to the people ofWett fJtcoU aDd CaN UDtlM 1ouUtoelt 0 Bni niICu etlv oo hand DII Carpenter WaDlllr 6 VSBEAZLEYDDS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With Vltallird Air 1hjilclaa In attend anee Omen In the New Thompson llalldlnp Iee IRSTNATIONALBANK OK STANKOKD KY i VlUlStok 1100000 Sorplni I17C33 61 This Initllbtlon originally MttblUbed u the De iltlUnknf StanfoMIn 188 then rtorganlted tbl National Hank of Stanlold In less andgaln f rvmtted u the Pint National hank of Stanford n 1M2 has Lad praetleall an uninterrupted nut rotor U year U U better lupplleJ now IacUItIM for tncuctln business promptly sad lib lly thin rer before In Its lonfjinj honorable ttffilr Accounts of IndlTlJaali fiiludtrlMnnui llndlilJualiwllcltcdDIKtCTOIIl FlelJlJntOID Co J W llijdenSUnford IS T 1InllII It H lUugtiinio II J lllotker II VTr Hili- WI Walton II W A TrlbMe J iColllrCnl Orf uM M J Miller MtVtrian M DUImore Stanford j arrttnl J S Sloe er Imld nl J J McKobert Guhler Lincoln County National Bank Capllid Stock 1100000 UCleStor to The Farmers Dank A Trust tui wny sod under utue minigcnient contlnu ouily for Vf Yeses olioits Your Bank Aooount Uorlnlueb uuluatIPlIIKCTORSt J J Wllllrui J Owily 8r JN Muefee W O rp nter W II Curaniln J K Lynn S 15hsnlrt J F CbJ Owiley OPF1CEltd S II Shanks Prc IJntl JllUwileyCuhlerWMllrlghtAutCuhler