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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i Ii VOL XXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 61900 9 A M NO gR II J LANCASTER Mesas W n Mason and J W Hamilton have bought lot of horses and vehicles and they wilt open a liv cry stable near the Mason HoVel Over 100 scats have been sold for the Unclo Josh Play tho laughing two cess which will appear at the opera bouso Thursday Fob 8th Admission 25 and 60 ccpls Reserved Beats at McItobertli5cMr of Glantfow haS purchased an Interest In tho Lancaster Flouring Mills and they now operate under tho firm namo of Ward St Poyn tcr R G Ward has leased tho plan lug mill and has full charge of lu Mr George D Wcaron paid mo a pleasant call Saturday INTERIOR JOUUNALS were In demand hero Friday Tho carless forcible and brilliant expressions of tho editor JudgQ Saunoy Col Welch lions R 0 Warren P M McRobcru and oth ore In reference to tho situation at Frankfort WOrD regarded aa the truo statement of facto Answering Dr J L Slavln oatcopa thlst at Danville In rcfcronco to my Item In last lime physicians claim that they want no moro required of the osteopath 1st than flan required of them and that Is to require students of oste opathy to bo examined boforo receiv ing a diploma at least on anatomy physiology and pathology Mem re J I Hamilton and Rico Bongo shipped a carload of mules to tho Southern market Saturday Prof J n Patterson has another nan which he says Is no news Itemat his house be i ing a frequent occurrence C D Pow ell ft Co hare 9i onod a general mor chandise store on tho Northwest cor ner of Richmond avenue and Campbell elreet Miss Dorlla Milton has recov ered from a severe cold Answering lion F F Uobbltts question Is tbo earth nearer the sun in summer than in winter I would state that wo are moro than 3000000 of miles nearer tbo sun on the let of Jan than on the lit of July Measur cd by a talescopotha sun appears 190th larger In January than It doe in July which proves tbo difference in distance given above The Inclination of tho earth axis causes tho suns rays to fall obliquely in winter and lOll heat Is felt although wo are nearer the sun Mrs Harriot Glascoclc Uuli who Is well known beret having managed an attraction In this city before and who Is Tury Intelligent preparing a minstrel known as tho Black Bird Show with the best local talent In Lancaster Cako walking cornfield dancing the latest ofcooo songs gag Jokes etc will bo on tap with Lotchor Owsloy and Char ley Anderson as end men Ptckanlny songs and dances by 40 children Ad mission 35 and coots Reserved seats at McIloborU drug store At opera house Friday Feb 0 Judge J C Homphtll will go to Now Orleans this week on business and while there ha will visit his cousin Mr J M Leave J K Robinson has rut turned from Joseph Price infirmary where ho U being treated for catarrh ranch Improved Mr Fred Sohcnck Is on the tick list H A D Marksbury has been to Cincinnati on business Col J W Miller Is known as our political prophet having predicted a dual government In Kentucky some tlmo ago- Businese Is at a standstill and men gather In groups to bear of the doings at Frankfort and locxpross sorrow ov or tho untimely death of Gov Goobol tbo bitterest condemnation of tho as sassins and unwarranted acts of usurp er Taylor and his hosts Tbo condl Lion of nlTalra Is laid ut the doors of those who sulked In camp after the nomination unscrupulous newspapers and 810 stump speakers who clod for blood and encouraged the coming of tho mountaineers to Frankfort as well as those who kept them while In the oily Theca things together with the facts that the shots wero fired from tho executive building and no search was mado for tho assassins will bo re corded against tho republican party and the significant remark of Gov Goo bol that his death wopld be to the dew ocratic party what the sinking of tho Maine waa to Cuba will bo realized In its full forco and meaning The last words of Gov Goobol proved that how s a frlen tho common people as his life proved It by sacking to legis late against tho oppression and extortion of corporations end whether the wild rose or tho chlslcd marblo marks his resting place his cause will live In tbo hearts of the people and they will revere his namo Secular history gives no account of such a noble man dying a martyr to such a noblo cause I had rather be Coy Goobol sleeping In dehth with tho brilliant record behind Q me than to bp W S Tnylor with hji armed hosts usurping power and trampling law under foot But let us bovoolnnd remain truo to the consti tution and enforcement of tho laws nod we triumph Youngstown 0 aun fire loss of half a million of dollars Conquered Only By Death I I IGOV WI LLIAM GOEBELt ftl I R jnartur To Tie Peoples cause DEAD Kentuckys Greatest Man Breathes Hit Last liurlal To lie At Frankfort Thursday Tho apparently improved condition of Gov tioobol up to Saturday morning had led tbo people to hope and believe that he would como out conqueror oven over death but about noon that day ho was taken with nausea and hiccoughing and sank rapidly till the end came at 015 the samp evening IIo was kept alive only by stimulant for hours with the hope that his brother Justus who was coming on a special from Arizona might sea him allvo again but ho died an hour before his arrival his other brother Arthur and sitter Mrs Mln nlo Bronncckcr being lobo only persons present for soma time previous to his death by his spatial request During tbo afternoon several preachers prayed fervently for him and bo made partial confession of religion Ho urged his followers to continue resting their claims upon tho law and do nothing Im prudent adding Tell my friends to bo bravo and fearless and loyal to tbo great common people After much solicitation from friends of the great leader the family of Gov Goebel agreed that tho State for which ho devoted his llfo should bavo his body In death and his remains will bo interred In tho historic cemetery at- Frankfort where Kentuoklans can do him honor along wIth the other Illus trlous men of his line It was stlpula ted however that In obedience to tho wishes of his friends and neighbors ut Covington that tho remains bo taken there and Ho In state from 8110 A M today till 10 M and then bo returned to Frankfoty Wednesday and ouTburst day bo consigned to the earth Taylor is said to have agreed to withdraw his outlaw troops from the Statehouse while the Pody lay In stato But there Is not a friend of the late Goy Goabel who for ono moment would consent that his body should be carried anywhere by tho graco of Taylor and within sight of a single bayonet Born Jan 4 1850 In Pennsylvania William Goobol camp with his father and molbnr to Covlogtou when ho was seven years old After getting a com mon school education he was appren ticed to u jeweler to learn the trade but after a short tlmo surprised his father by lulling him that ho bad mado up his mind to be a lawyer Coy Stephenson took him In his office and a friendship sprung up between them that becAme at strong as tho affection of father and son and when the old gentleman died ho left him excpuior of his largo estate without security Ho graduated at the Cincinnati Law School ut which the governor was a lecturer before bo was 21 and a few months later on the governors advice began a special course at Kenyon Col legs Isle father died after two months and be had to return homo where in a low years he became tbo law partner of John G Carlisle which lasted five years At the end of that time ho be came the partner of Coy Stepbenson and remained so till the latters death Ills active political career began In 1837 when bo was elected to tbo State Senate and Again for two moro terms Ho wall a member of the constitutional convention His public record Is an open book and no suspicion of corrup tion was over breathed against him Ho was faithful to duty even unto death and the people recognizing It loved to do hun honor Self reliant bravo and clear headed and possessed of indomi table perseverance bo nearly always carried his point and inspired thatcon Odence that made him so great a leader of men That a man like him should bo sacrificed to keep such a counterfeit as Taylor in otllco seems a cruel dispen sation of Provldenco hard indeed to fathom But Gncbol dead Is moro to bo envied than tho cringing cowardly creature misnamed a roan who was baYIonetlfor tbo murder of which ho U more than purtlcops crlralnls Just boforo Gov Gocbel breathed his last Arthur Goebel told him that tho women were In the purlor praying for him Tell them Ill carry their memo ones with mo Into tno great beyond ho said and those were about tho last words ha uttered s A HIGHLY APPRECIATED LET TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY TER It Is with the profoundest sorrow that wo announce the death of GovMT VERNON KY Fob 3 DEAR EDITOK All good democrats Wilffem Goobel In his last moments ho counseled his felt yesterday oven those who did not friends to keep cool and bow to thesay It Hurrah for the I J Your noblo editorial expresses our deep feel law In all things friends and advisers bog oflugs concerning the recent crimes ashistbo people of Kentucky In this hour ofnearly as words can express the wrath affliction to carefully abtaln from anyWoof an outraged people are anx lously waiting to shako hands act of violence or resort to mob law of doIIt would bo his wish If ho wore alivethose never falling champions mocracy Judge M C Siudovi Hon at there should bo absolutely no C Warron and Col W G Welch WeI stain left on his memory by any Im women feel no less deeply upon prudentactofanywhowerohlsfrlonds subject than do tho men and our prayTho law Is supreme and must In bo reestablished and all theors are ever going out for the recoverytime of Goy Goobol and tho prosperity ot wrongs ho and his party have suITor his earnest advocate the I Jed will Qnd their proper redress Your reader and friend Signed by Jo CS Blackburn Uroy IDA MAY ADAMS Woodson J B McCreary Jas An drew Scott B W Brmlburn C C Mc When warned of tho faro that so Chord L II CarterSpeaker pro ton soon befell him Mr Goobel Is reputedof the Senate William S Pryor C M to have said In substance John K Hondrlck Lewis Mc If I am shot down tho result will begw4wn S J Sbaokolford und South to the democracy of Kentucky Spoaker of iho House the blowing up of the Maine was to Cuba And truer words und more A fish combine with capital of 85 faithful prophecy was never spoken 0000nohaa been formed in the East FRANKFORT IN DEEPEST GLOOM WHEN E C W VISITED Tl1trtrSUNDA Frankfort was tho dreariest gloomiest place ImaJlnnble Sun ay and many an aye unused to weeping shed tears when Gov Goenela death was recalled Democracys leader is gone was heard In alraodtovcry crowd Men who had opposed him for the nomination and others who taught him In Novem ber wcro alike eulogizing the dead statesman for his many good trails his love for tho cause ho gave his life for and lobo undaunted courage be display challtediGoebols friends were many and iho most loyal man ever bad Though be knew it not they watched his every move fearing what has happened and when ho went out more than ono friendly eye was kept on him The saddest looking man in the town was Col Jack Cbian who loved the dead man as bo did a brother The scene when ha was admitted to the room where the corpse lay was a most pathetic one and showed plainly the big heart that beats In his manly boa om Tears flowed from his eyes as ho looked on the stilled form and Impressed u kiss on the sold silent lips Col Cblnn truthfully says that bo was with Mr Gocbel first In life and last la deathThose who knew thorn well say there wero never sore devoted brothers than Messrs Justus William and Arthur Goebol and the survivors a o almost heartbroken Mr Justus Is the moro easily moved and his eyes bavo not been dry since ho reached Frankfort HB arrived from Phoenix Arizona just an hour after his brothers death and disappointment and grief at net getting to ace him alive is almost greater than ha can stand After look Ing on tho prostrate form Mr Goebcl said It there Is a God In Heaven this foul murder will bo avenged and vent geance visited upon the heads of all who aro responsible for alI Tho impression Is that Gov Beck ham will try and carry out to the letter the policy Coy Goebel bad intended and that ho will make a governor Ken oflneto a execu live Eyes aro turned toward him now lest an assassins bullet should hit him The soldiers are getting tired of their job and have tbo appearance of bolng homesick The majority are tough lookers and present about as bad an appearance as exGov Taylors long haired intimidators I had a lengthy talk with Clark coun tys representative Hon Abe Ronnick a most ardent admirer of Gov Goebel Ho hooted at tho Idcaof going to Lon don and said that not even the bolting democrats will go Not unices I am arrested and taken will I over repre seat my constituency lu a onsaid- he The arrangements for the burial of Gov Goobel were somewhat charged from the first report sent out ills remains wore taken to Covington yesterday and after lying In state today and broughtbackday In the cemetery Later tho body bo taken up and burled on ibospot where ho fell when the cowardly as sassins bullet struck him and a band memoryItto the burial of the dead governor at Frankfort for they wanted bll11lald by the sldo of his parents In Coving ton cemetery GO NO FURTHER Wo can do anything and everything necessary to relieve you of troublesome TEETH Or supply you with ARTIFICIAL TEETH Which would bo a comfort and delight Our system ofDENTISTRY Is founded on scientific principles and our work stands where that of many others fall If you hayo a discolored tooth we can bleach It If your teeth aro Irregular or crooked we can straighten them Wo always give you thu latest In Dentistry It your filled teeth allow tho food to go between and crowd the gums wo can fix them and save you any further annoyance and not got your tough steak caught there any moro Teeth extracted 23c the Best Amalgam filling 75cj Gold filling 8160 Solid Gold Teeth 8550 a Good Set of Teeth 85 All guaranteed Du V H H01190K Richmond Ky Otllco next door to P O Open at night Shoes AildYOn going over our Shoe stock wo find too many heavy Boots and Shoes We need the room for o- urNEW SPRING STOCK And offer them at from 25 to 50 per cent below regular prices Have just opened a new lot of Rocs Bought new patterns Regular 25c quality now 15eGBargains In Every Department Call on us when in Danville THE GLOBE Miller Hirsch DanvilleA A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash inds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed BI mber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered 000000000000000000000000000000000000 o 0 Tto 0- g g DRUGGIST STANFORD o gIo Books Stationery Wall Paper Paints o g Oils and Varnishes o- g Special Attention Given to Qando o Tetms oOfficeo o0000000c00000000c00oOo00o0000000004I ing for GenuineBargains I everyIIf Is 1 be carried over if I am offer f iJed near the cost of them Iat our wIndow at the m Ifl E remnant Shoes and Underwear SIzes and prices on evI Ittre vu P =f S Call Phone No 10 Higgins McKinney STANFORD KY For Farm Machinery Wagons Bug gies Salt Lime Cement Stovos Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sewing Machines A Specialty t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL j FED 6 1900 IwGov GOEDEL Is dead Thqishoti that sped through his vitals at the trig did Its ger touch of a craven assassin deadly work surely but slowly and at 645 Saturday night the spirit of the greatest gamest and grandest roan oi 1hieday took Its flight For nearly five days ho made an almost supernatural fight for lire but tho odds were too great against him and for the first time and overcame victories this man won the gravestobstaclcjsurrendered The prayers of women nle Irrespective of party united and ascended to the Throne of Grace for his restoration but He who moves In a j mysterious way His wonders to perform Inexorable and Goebel Wo i work wascndedAj Though dead ho lives In the hearts of this people and the democrats whose leader ho was will SCI that ho tfgallant five and die In vain They the work ho begun and till justice Is done and tho never give up cowardly and damnable promoter alder and abettor of assassination Is made to suffer for his crimes against human life and his flagrant usurpation of power No one who knows the But- lerj county brute believes that ho has I suDlclent courage to shoot a man oven In the back and from ambush but no sensible person can gainsay that he Is morally and legally responsible for tho work of the man ho hired to do it and whom he kept from arrest after ho did It The shots were from the building and Immediately over Itj he occupied he was the principal beneficiary of tho crime and his shielding of the criminal i all go to prove a conspiracy to murder to which be was accessory If not tho originator Ho must be punished and by the eternal he will be If there ro i main any law In the land t TIlE tax of the State may well froIIof i the TaylorCollier army at Frankfort There are now assembled at the capl Ual about 1300 militia The pay of these troops when employed In active service as they are now in law deems to be Is as follows Per day colonel 13 lleut col 82 75 major 82 60 cap 82 25 1st Rout 82 2nd lIeut 82 1talesergt 82 other sergeants and corporals 8175 privates 8150 Beside enlisted man Is entitled this each officer and to one ration per day tho same as In tbo army of the United States i Here is a spectacle for the people off the State to contemplate The pay alone of these men Is not less than 82600 per day Estimating that the cost of feeding them Is T31 cents per day for eacn man we have for this outlay the sum ol 8433 per day which 1makesa total of about 3000 per day i Everyone can see that this estimate Is t much below the actual expense And- aU this Is for no other purpose than to keep In office two men who the only tribunal designated by tho constitution for deciding contests has decided are not entitled to the places they claim The money belonging to the State which has heretofore been kept In bank had been carried out b sacks full and locked up In the building In which Taylor and Collier ore barricaded Meanwhile every State olllclal Is refus ed his salary jurors and Common wealth witnesses Idiot and lunatic ulalms and In brief all claims howev er just and meritorious are refused only that these troops may be paid fed and quartered to prevent mutiny and desertion How lone are the people going to submit to these outrages IF Taylor should continue to Ignore the order of Judge Cantrlll granting a temporary injunction against him and Collier from Interfering In any manner with the Legislature the judge will have It enforced Ho knows his pow er to compel its oboyance and ho hast e backbone to maintain the rights of his court This ha will do by ordering the sheriff of Franklin to summon the posse comltatus and If that Is not eulll clent every sheriff In the State will be so ordered It Is up to Taylor to refuse and take the consequences Will he attempt to do It and add outlawry to his crimes TUB committee on elections In the House unanimously voted in favor of seating Oscar Turner from the Louis villa district the evidence so over whelmingly supporting that verdict Walter Evans the contestant will get 82500 for expenses In making the con test and that was all bo was after It will servo as pin money for some time TILE Legislature will pass a resolu ton offering 830000 reward for the capture of tbo assassin who tired on Gov Goebel Taylors friends ought to produce him and claim the money WHEN told that Gov Goebol was 1dead and an expression sought from Taylor finally said I deeply his To hell with the iregretdissembler Tim war In Africa pales Into Inslg nificance when compared with tho one Taylor would thrust upon the Common wealth Peace in i- GontcrcnccGommittec florees Both Sides Aaking Concessions LOUISVILLE 1022 A uPeaco con ference adjourped at 230 A M after agreeing on seven propositions sub stantially as fullows 1 Legislature to ratify adoption of contest board reports Taylor and Marshall to submit 2 All parties to unite In modifying election law so as to provide for nonpartisan boards 3 Legislature not to be Interfered with when It meets to ratify former ac two In contests 4 Affairs to remain In statuquo until next Monday 5 State contest board to adjourn from day today until next Tuesday and not to disposes minor republican officers till Legislature ratifies 0 Troops to bo Immediately remov ed from Frankfort 7 Republican officials and officers of the State guard to have Immunity from charges of treason usurpation court martial or similar offenses Taylor will immediately aAreeTIMES LOUISVILLE Feb 5A conference between representatives of the demo crats and republicans was called at 430 Blackburn McCreary Woodson and Thompson representing Beckham and Marshall Farlelgh and Dan Ltndsey Taylor when It Is hoped a peaceful settlement will be arrived at TAYLOR made a pitiful appeal to Me Ktnley to come to his relief but after Senator Blackburn and othor demo crats had explained that tho democrats were pursuing only legal steps and would continue to do ad he told tho usurper that he saw no reasons for Federal Interference For once In their lives the democrats have made no mis takes They have stuck closely to tbo law and not permitted themselves to resist by force the Indignities pulupon them but have pursued a perfectly peaceful tho determined course satis fled of the justness of their cause and knowing that Taylor and his crow will soon hang themselves If given rope enough On tho other hand by theirI utter disregard of law and the substitution of brute force the conspirators have put themselves outside of the consideration of law abiding people of all parties and have lost oven the mor supportof their own party Democrats are united as they never were before anti when all legal means aro exhausted and Taylor still holds out they will wlpo him and his vile crowd off the taco of the earth SINCE a conversation u year or two ago with Rev T T Eaton editor of the Baptist Recorder and pastor of the Walnut Street Baptist Church Louis ville with reference to the Wbltsltt business we have had considerable doubts as to his piety but If ho gave expression to the words which Clem W Huggins attributes to him In tbo Courier Journal of Sunday he is only kept from being an assassin himself because he hasnt the courage to boo This is what ho Is reported as saying I could tell Gov Taylor how he could get this matter of Goebels being declared governor and the whole contest before the United States supreme court and whats more I am going to write Taylor and toll him to do It Im sorry that fellow Goebel was shot I wanted to see him housed FEAKING that even a telegraph mes senger might be a civil officer in disguise Taylor has had two telegraph wires run Into his office and ho is now as completely shut out from the world ns a convlc In the penitentiary nporI The craven coward had his bayoneulbuttection to the wounded man He did not need It however for angels In tbeI form of women watched his and ministered to his every need while faithful friends stood ready to die Jor their beloved chieftain The one IsI execrated by all law loving people The others place in their hearts will ever bo as warm as his page In history will bo bright IN the Courier Journal of yesterday Mr Wattorson arraigns the L S N railroad In a most terrific manner charging that It dod It alone Is responsible for the present conditions at Frankfort and that a word from it would call oil the dogs of war It started out to destroy Gov Goebel and hay Ing done so has brought upon tho people of Kentucky the incalculable wrong and the dire disgrace of transactions lOPUbll1canrible indictment were not too true Gov BECKHAM though a young man Is not a now one In statecraft Ho was Speaker of tho last Hoasp and Is a man of convictions courage and determination AdjutantGeneral Cas tlcman has served In two wars and Is a brave conservative and coolheaded man Democrats can afford to rest easy with them In charge James Troger of Kokomo Ind fell dead while saying grace wote BECKHAIII Is Sworn In As Governor And Appoints Castleman Adjutant General Shortly after the death of Gov Goo bet Lt Gov J C W Beckham was sworn Into succeed him Ho Immedi ately Issued a proclamation setting forth the facts of the death by atsassl nation of ono of Kentuckys greatest and noblest sons whoso high character for courage manliness and honesty in the defense of the people led to his destruction and ordering the inllttta and all violent characters to disband lay down their arms and return to their homes and Invoking the aid of the law abiding people In restoring peat to the Commonwealth Ho then Issued an order removing Adjutant General DR Collier and his assistant J J Dick son and appointed Glen John B Caa tloman adjutant general The latter accepted the office temporarily at much sacrifice to his private business being Impelled by a sense of duty In the hope of securing a peaceful solution of the difficulties which environ us Tho general also said he would servo without compensation outwitted Satrap capl11tolabundance of caution the reports In tho contests over Governor and Lieutenant Governor were rcadopted recognizing Goebel and Beckham The Uouse and Senate took action separately and then not In joint session when the reports were again adopted Speaker Trimble presided In tho Uouse meeting and M members wore present The absent democrats were Van Meter Rose Orr and Hinton Crlder who bad been out heretofore was present andSvoted In tho Senate 10 members were present Senator McConnell was away from Frankfort Other democratic absentees were Alexander Hays GlIlosple- and Roberts Senator Trlplett who has heretofore held out attended tbo meeting and voted for the reports- A petition for an injunction to restrain Taylor from Interfering with the action of the Legislature and to prevent him from holding a session of the body at London was sworn out Friday afternoon returnable before Judge Cantrell Saturday The sherltl was unable to serve the notice anJ Stenographo Alonzo Walker was appointed a spec- Ial bailiff He succeeded in reaching Taylors barricaded room and serving notice on him both by throwing a copy at his feet and by sticking one on tho doorconatltutlnjr a legal notice Walker was Immediately arrested by order of the promoter and instigator of assassination and lodged in the guard houseWhen Taylor saw there would be a clash between the civil authorities and his partisan soldiers If he did not release Walker on the habeas corpus proceedings ho sneaked out of responsi bility by having him released on parole County Judge Brown gave out that ho Intended to have the prisoner at all hazards and that with the further step that was to bo taken before tbo Federal court at Louisville to secure his release scared the frightens Individual Into a buck ague and the release was ordered very quickly Walker will enter suit against Taylor Collier and others for 50000 damages for false Imprisonment The notice of the injunction proceed- Ings was Ignored by the military des pots but they being constructively before the court proper notice having been served on them Judge Cantrlll granted a temporary order restraining them from keeping tho Legislature out of the Capitol building and from re quiring them to meet in London Hear ing of the grounds for making the order permanent was fixed for next Thursday at Georgetown where Judge Cantrllls court will be in session SHOWN one of Col Brecklnrldgos editorials In which ho seems to ex press the sentiments and opinions of tho party to which ho has united his fortunes Col WG Welchlsal- dBrccklnrldges article is plausible but wholly disingenuous and false In its conclusions I am afraid It is true that the first action of the Legislature in simply signing a resolution seating Goebol was too Irregular to bo valid although at the time It was tho ooly possible way in which tho Legislative will could be expressed But this de fect Is now happily removed since the Legislature Thursday night met by separate Houses and formally com ph ed with all the requirements of the- o law far from the democrats being rev olutlonary usurpers rise the shoe is on the other foot Taylors every act since the assassination has been in vi latlon of all law No selfrespecting lawyer will say that ho had any author ity to disperse the Legislature and dl recto thorn to meet at London or else where It Is distinctly usurpation and an act of treason It has been fittingly capped by the arrest and detention In a guardhouse of u peace officer attempt ing to servo a process of court These things aro all most fortunate for the democratic party and Its officers It has cleared the situation of all doubts It has made It the plain duty of all good citizens of all honest men indeed to unite In suppressing the gang of hood lums at Frankfort fromTaylorto Whit taker and Sutton i Going Like i1UTire I i I Slaughter The Louisville StoreIs u grand success Many articles advertised in this last week are closed entirely We ire l with yon when we say that you are missing chance to secure tho greatest ever offered in this community if you fail to talco advantage of this sale While our competitors are circulating broadcast tho advancement of prices we are of fering you goods at GO per cent or tile original cost lYe wish to stato positively for the benefit of ionic now customers who during this sale have in daily that wo always do a strictly cash business and wo will not make for even charge ticket during this solo So come prepared Below you will find nttllHlnncoIpriced a row articles bait remember everything goes at tho samo ratio e o Domestics Lancaster Apron Ginghams fist quality selling out price Gets One case fancy Calicoes regular price Sctii sate price acts Ono case blue Qillcoe lie Plain and Embroidered real Manchester Chambrays Oc Heavily ilecccil Eiderdown In lied only 24c- Iteautlful design In mingled Teasle down 60c quality only 30c 101 Drown Sheeting 12 Jc 74 lied Table Diynuk 2lc- Gl lilcacbcd Linen Dama k 22c OurCarpet and Matting stock hrs just been replenished and is chuck full of choice bargains Wo are confident we lead In ths 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 tho future Dress Goods Double width J wool Gtasiracro Dress Goods Lie quality isle 30 In all wool Overplaid Dress Goods 25c au In Gonle mixed Scotch Chcvlotlng me All wool 1laUl Skirting 23c up- Notions 18 In Linen finish Towel Crash only 5c 18 in Flax Crash 6c 10 In Linen Crash 6c Good site Turkish Towels If pen pair 2 Cards of Hooks and Eyes 6c 1 doz Pearl Buttons Cc Papers of Pint 5c 5 Spools of John Clarks Thread lOc Capes 1 Line Ladies Capes lie 1 Lot Astraclmn Fur trimmed Capes worth llTOc The retiring firm A Urbai people of Lincoln Co for thci 10 years Their successors ass popularity in the past shall c goods at a smaller profit Th prompt and polite attention T Hon W J Bryan said ItU a trag ic endlnir of a brilliant life Mr Got bels death will cause profound sorrow Theamong democrats cowardly method employed to take his life shows the desperate character of the fight made against him by the re publicans Several death masks of Gov Gootcl Rornfiorn Sun ware made day and busts In marble and broniu will be mdo from them The Louisville rep has had enough und almost In so many words says It In time for Taylor to cull off his dogs of war The Courier Journal says that tho was ordered to London by order of the L it Nwhlch hopes to get big returns from passenger tolls There are Indications that the shot which killed Gov Goebel came from Taylors olllcc but brothers of the dent statesman object to an autopsy to show the course of the ball Most of the democratic made themselves scarce as they feared arrest and to London and only a few mot at the Capital Ho tel yesterday when they adjourned sub ject to call Capt Stone said with reference to the that It was u great outrage against society but Wat Hur din has not oven said that much A gentleman at Corbin wrote to the authorities to watch a certain former deputy sheriff naming him and press Sutton ho knows more than ho has told LONDON Feb 5The CO ni 00 men strong has arrived und U7 havo put In Uioir appearance FKANKFOUT Fob 5The election have been admitted to tho Statehouse were allowed to go In also The adjourned at onto Meeting purely formal Tile Sale At been w w w in Ladles Misses and Children Wraps will go for not co- stFurnishings lino good white Corsets 23c- 75c quality Corset only a few 25c 1 lot French Woron Corsets 49e 1 Line II II Corsets Pink and llluc only 48c Garniture Skirt patterns handsome ef fects only 03c Ladles nox url Union Suite cheap at SOc our price 35c Biggest drive ever made In Ladles Un derwear S long sleeve solfllncil vests or Pants and Vet 23c or Ingle garment 13c Boys and Misses heavy grey random Shirts or Drawers 15c Mlsen Union Suits hlc Ladles Lace Edge Cc Ladles Fleeced lined Hone Childrens heavy ribbed Hose Oc Ladles black 40 guago wblte foot boso IPc and lot Ladles Dongola stock dress Shoei 500 1 lot small sizes Ladle hand turt ell Krttich kid lace or button shoes only 08o worth 12 A complete line of Ladles Dongoln stock Patent tip all sixes lace or button worth 11 60 sale price Ode We always carry and keep the best fl50 shoes on tho market 1 case mens 50 bouts wilt close at 1115 A 12 round top Hoot I11Q A 43 Kangaroo Drew Boot to close for f2 Mens heavy buckle plow Shoes cut to 75c Mens 250 high top Shoes sale price 1176 Mens 225 high top Shoes to close 1160 isky Co wishes to bestow r and over uro you that tho prevalence of Better will at the management A line of mens all leather lace of Congress Dress Shoes only 8125 Trunks and Valises will be tonsil on the top floor and wilt be Included in this slaughter sale ClothingM- ens odd Pants 75c grade 40c Mens odd Pants f160 grade OSc Mens Corduroy Pants 3360 grade tale price tl 03 Mens Corduroy Pant al siren 3 colors worth 12 sale price 1138 A few mens 55eigo at once for A few Boys knee Pants In all leans wilt go for 15c woolIDOTS knee pants salts OSc Mens nil wool Suits worth 750 go for 1460 Mens full Suit from 298 up In fact we will move everything In the Clothing rcgajillcv of their valno You will paver strike another such an to clothe yourself at as low price us this time affords Gents Furnishings I dot good cotton 1 doz lioavy mixed HOldlNfGood stout wlro Mena good color well nude working shirts Ien 24ciattached for McnVstlfl bosom no coilar 1 pair cuffs fancy Madras shirts tl grade 60o 1 suit mens ribbed Underwear 4l c 1 line mens tlccccd lined Underwear worth 76c a garment gore for 76c n suit Hats Our lino of mens lists and Caps was never more complete We can give you stiff hats from lOcup Mcni wool and felt Hats from lOc up their siucercstthanks to tho ig patronage tho past it mw iiiinnu that has even enable them to sell s the same is a t l1Sl THE LOUISVILLE STORE Salinger Bros Prors D Raney Manager everywhere bySculptcr Commercial Legislature legislators transportation assassination Barbourvlllo republican legislators commissioners commissioner Everything Handkerchiefs Boots Shoes generous increasii ontinue facilities continue Department opportunity during gnillcd uarnutee Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PIIECIDKNT Next SessionWill Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call oil MRS NANNIE S SAUFLKV Lady Principal a Whan You Need Paints Oils I Consult Craig locker Stanford f PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs eo v Paints Books Stationery j And Oils Telephone No2 1Stanford Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ISlANORO KY FKD 6 igoor Buawsa MANAGER I Tin boat materials combined with I sucarerelu te No other methods are over used In our proscription work Penny I AND SOCIETY GOSSIP t REV R D MAIIONV was In Louis lvino Saturday O L DAWKS is getting up a tribe of Red Men at Plttiburg Miss NKUIE MKitRiiON IB back from a visit to Richmond friends Mlt AND Mns Ju Pltlct of Garrard woro guests of Dr AS Prlco Mils W It DILLION of Ltvlngiton wasthe guest of her sister Mrs Joseph ColToy J W WATSON hoe rented and moved Into tho Holm property on Lower Main street Miss HELEN TllUliMONU wont to Brodhead Saturday to begin a school yesterday MISS UKsSlB UiCilAUDS ot Danville it with Mutes Nettlo Wray and Ophe lia Lackey Mits KATE P MILLKK has returned from a visit to Dire U R Bright Mt Sterling Miss MINVA PAnicPHEUflof Rich mend a queen of her sex Is with Mlie Florence Myers J W SMITH of Lowell a valued friend of this paper patted down to FridaI representative from Casey and Hnsscll took tho trai hero for London yesterday Ko WILKINSON and Ernest assisted tbo Burgin K of P lodge conferring degrees lest night THE Fancy Work Club will meet with Mr Carroll Sbaht and Miss An nlo Shanks Thursday at h10 i M AMONG the hundreds who lent tola grams of sympathy and hope to Coy t Goebo woro Mr3 J Kmbry J II Miller and J M Alvoreon of this I iilaiio nON P M McRoiiBiiTS came homo Saturday night from Frankfort and yesterday when asked If ho was going to London replied hNot that anybody knows of- ATTORWEYr K B GOLUEN who was at tint thought to have been fatally shot In tho CoUonScott fight at Frank fort has sufficiently recovered to return to his homo Barbourvlllo When ho passed through yesterday ho told an I J representative that ho was about himself again MISS KLIBAIIBTII u MOBLWAIN of Franklin a sister of Mrs J S Owtloy Jr has graduated In Osteopathy am has located at Adalrvlllo for tho prec tice of her profession Dr McUlwaln Is n highly accomplished lady otherwise and being an enthusiast over tho tliwill doubtless mako a great eu 1Cass of It LOCAL HAPPENINGS NKW Battenburg materials at Sara- anco Sons Tilt fat etdeelgiwstationery at Craig ft Hookers Bio took of glass and chlnawaro Just received Warren ft Shanks Now Is tho time to buyn Dams Corn Crustier Higgins It MoKIuncy NKW lot ot kill gloves Just In Ro member we It them to the hand John P Jones TKLKIMIONBH wont do to depend on Wo couldnt talk with Loulsvlllo at all this morning I IT rained all day Sunday and this morning a cold dreary down pour Will again tho order JACI BEAZLEY Is shaping his plan to open a furniture and undertaking es tablishment hero lIe has not just yet decided on the location LKCTUHE Mr rlce Wheeler asks us to state that Wm H Woolloy of the Danvlllo Theological Seminary will lecture at tho Presbyterian church Wednesday evening Feb 13 on Fist ers of Men CALLS yesterday for volunteers for the new State guard under Coy Bock ham resulted In 30 or 40 of the best young men of Danville responding nod It Is likely that that city will furnish two companies I DEATHS James Denny u brother of Mrs A T Spratt of Rowland died Sunday morning of consumption aged PalifI ni Boots of Lebanon Junction was In tarred In Buffalo Cojiolory yesterday afternoon Tho mother was a daughter of the Into William Lanahan of Raw land FLOKAirmiiUTE Attho suggestion Hon Harvey Helm a subscription as started for a fitting Moral trlbuto send to decorate tho grave of doo 3at truest friend and leader who foully killed by those who would by his death Nearly every ono asked contributed and In half an hour George Wcathcrford at Hustonvlllo ridreportedcould mako It 8QO If necessary I Ion good groceries nt low prices call on or telephone Illll Buck NEW stock of racolotahearts and all kinds of Jewelry at Hamiltons MAlLK Syrup Buckwheat hour pigs teat and mackerel Uigglns Si McKlnney OUR embroideries ndlaces will rely please you Sec them John P Jones COAL prices 010011and cents at yard Ono cent extra for delivery J II Ilaughman Co CLOVER timothy I orchard grass red top millet and garden seeds of all kinds Hill k Beck IIFyou eat to II see If you goodiIAtNT RACHEL HAS who claimed to have built tho first house In Macks vlllo died Friday aged about 00 I ARM ItItOJCrNJohn Couch of tho Gilberts Creek section had his loftarm broken at tho elbow In a runaway Sat urday OLD MOCK 0 D Wcath crford has a contract for fullIcontrol and solo of Old Mock Whisky In Hus tontlllc II C Mock oftfor 10 days will cause a coal famine here J R Baughman d Co I THERE teems to have been no that tho ground hog saw his Friday at least In these parts So loo out for six moro weeks of winter opennevery Speelalor durnTHERE are some people hero wo Tar ily believe who would openly applaud tbo assassination of Joy Goobol If they wnro not afraid of harm to their carcastet COSRY Arthur lull received tole phone mcsrago last night stating that hit aunt Mrs E C Cosby of Junction City was dead She had a complication of troubles and had been III several weeks Besides the husband two chil dren survive THE open session of tho Ladles lJaptllthurebwas postponed for satisfactory reasons till next Sunday night when the pro TuesdaylutI QUIET A dally newspaper corre spondent at London telegraphed that the place was so quiet Sunday that an ordinary Wednesday evening prayer meeting would bp regarded as a roar log disturbance of the place In com parison with It I pae gotten up by Postmaster J C Florence asking that the Jloet ofllco bo removed from Its pleasant lo earro o change are that the lobby of the pre eat olllco Ia too small bard to bo Kept In tho condition required by law and not at all suitable for tho proper ban d ling of tho malls IN all yeureof our editor life we have never had an issue compel mented as tho last one of this paper woe Letters messages and personal commendation have been received from very many sources all agreeing that wa struck Taylor and his conspirators solar plexus blows and that our denun elation of thorn were well timed deserved Judge Sauflcy who was Danville tolls us that copies were demand at lOe each while Judge M Hughes at Lancaster told us that ho could have easily disposed of 100 cop lea at a big price UNCLE JOSHS Picture Play which will appear at Waltons Opera Ifuus tomorrow Wednesday evening Is d scribed as both wonderful and amusto The charming comedy of down Et life amp tho trials and funny situations of Joshua Whitcomb on his first vie 4hp metropolis are given by tho aid largo pictures thrown upon the eta while tho Inimitable DuLong imitat tho voice of each character and en his lines Inaddltlon to the play D1l Evelyn DL Roth will favor the audience wllh vocal sol08 Bud DBBe BCQ8f0 Do Long with Plastlquo Poses Ex prcsslono and Scrponlcnla Dont taU to attend IN tho excitement over tho outrages nt Frankfort our citizens should not forget that an attempt Is being made before tho Federal court to deprive Messrs Hubble Alvorson and Embry of their rights as citizens for doing what they believed to bo honest and right It should bo both a pleas vro and a duty of ovary democrat to relieve them of all expense whatever of tho prosecution by contributing oven a small sum for It To last report Mr E U Walton appointed by County Chairman John W Holmes to reed vo contribution bad Received 9350 Cashr 100 Wra Landgraf IOO JGBaugh 25 THE L N will give a rule of ono faro for the roundtrip to Frankfort Thursday on account of the burial of Gov Goobol Tho Cincinnati Southern will give the same carte- ATTENTIO LAW LOVERS A mats meeting will be hold In tho court house hero Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock to condemn tho usurpation of Taylor and his course in shielding ae sasstns This Is not to boa meeting simply of democrats but of allwho love law andordoranddcsplso assassins and usurpers Let everybody como and bow his hand In this hour of pall to the CommonwealthIn No SPECIAL A number of demo crate asked us to eeo If a special train could bo chartered to Frankfort tho day of Gov Goobels burial and wo com munlcated with Gen Pass Agent C P Atuoro of tho L t Nwho said that as the company would give cheap rotes i t was against the policy ofrho rod to charter train at such times Those who wish to go can either drive to the Cincinnati Southern or leave hero by the L ft Nnt 205 AI to return 23 hours latertTILE feeling of Indignation hero over tbo outrages committed at Frankfort is shown on all sides and hundreds of our citizens express their willingness to aid the democratic governor In a telegraphedGovme If needed and Lincoln county will Streitt ofilcctehko war Ing a company of soldiers to Orin their services to Cot Bcekham and many aro signing the paperb as mem bers JUNCTION C1TA Michigan firm will put up a furniture factory In June flea City In tbo spring and build some 25 houses for lie employes and others The firm Is said to have abundant means and the factory will bn u big thing An Immense amount of Is being hauled hero Christian Dros ono of tho lumber firms have bulls a pretty little olllco In their yard on Shelby City street Royston Russell tbo Junction City liverymen have dis solved Mr Royston who bought Rose livery stable at Shelby City retiring and going there The talk of a bank being revived and It Is believed that ono will be started this time DOINGS AT FRANKFORT Taylor to McKlnley Listen to my tale of woo- McKlnley tt to TalorIITell It to a policeman I have troubles of my own Louisville Times The State board of contest will meet at Frankfort today and oust the rest of tho rascals In ofllcc A 50000 monument Is to bo placed over the grave of Gov Gocbel the money to be raised by private aub lerlp lon The fiscal court of Franklin coup has olTcrcd a reward of 31000 for t arrest and conviction of the assassin of Goebcl and Taylor has also after much goading finally offered ono of e500 James L Sutton cxnhorlll of log and Huran Whittaker of Butte who are hold under the charge of as sassinating Goobol are doubtless the wrong parties Taylor saw that the awayStatefm tbo Frankfort banks all the States money that had boon on deposit and It Is being used to pay tho expenses of Taylors troops The banks and merchants had refused to recognize Tay lors warrants popeInra he practicallyDbo nl has a wild scared appearance and looks and seta like a lunatic THE loading papers all over t country stood aghast at Taylors loss democratdtpapers as ti 1Chicago Post Detroit Tribune No York Tribune Philadelphia Press at Drofwhirlwindgeprocsappliancese easeor Intimida lien and bad personal courage of t first order ho became a leader and t only leader In Kentucky whom corrup tion and corruptlonista seriously to ed They conld not buy him and th could not bully him They had to causo him to bo killed and like the blowing up of the Maine in Havana harbor his death will bo the signal for such just retribution to them as came to Spain It throws a flashlight upon tho whole subject of tho relation of the public corporations to the State and to tho people It Is aa a signal to and patriotic men ofall parties to unite against tho growing danger ot monoply If William Goobol had sur vlved these tragical times nothing could bavo stood In tho way of his go Ing to the head of the peoples column for physical and moral emancipation from the brute power of money HU death unites tho democrats of the United States All of us from Maine I n to Texas tram Now York to Califor nia will dip our handkerchiefs In his blood sworn to fight the fight out on that line If It takes tho whole of tho coming conturytCourler Journal CHURCHES AND PREACHERS 0 NvllloRev W R Davidson of McKinney closed a mooting In Wayne county which In 20 additions missionaryfrom terian church Wednesday evening at 7 oclock I have just cloned one of tho most teresting meetings that I have bold for a year nt Moplo Creek A DL LambertRev Lin Cave has resigned as president of Kentucky University and Prof A R Mllllgun Is acting Rev Cave will become pastor of a church at dependence Mo LAUD AND STOCK S M Owens has 35 ewes with 53 lambs MarkIlardlnIsaac Hubbard sold to D C Allen some heifers at lie Mark Hardin sold to F P Bishop 12 pound shoats at 3je H C Bottom of Boyle bought 32 4y to D G Ross 30 yearling heifers at 19 HubblefOllrFrank Holtzclaw sold toMlddlesboro parties a carload of hay at 312 Folt SALE3 nice yearling cattle Weight shout 700 Ibs H T Bush rDr J B Owslcy has or 700 bar r corn which hale holding for an advance J 8 Booker hag rented his farm near Mlllcdgevllle to John Lutes of LexingtonJohn sold to J C Johnston of Doyle it bunch yearling steers at 41e and some hors at 3Jc yearllagHarrodsburg Democrat torrecently bought of Bcazley Bros W H Brown has been doing consid erable dealing In hogs this week Ho baa paid from 3 to 3a and sold at 3Io W L Wood bought of G W Evans butcherea 3iUHo W S McGuIre bought In Jackson county 27 steers at to some heifers at 3c several cows at 820 to 830 and a bull 120A bought of Smith A Noll sev en mules at 870 Corn ls scarce In cer tale poatlons of this county at 8260 Adair News John Barbeo sold to Ohio parties a Wilkes harness gelding for 200 a combined Nutbrakcr gelding for 1200 nod a road mare by C F Clay for 82j Bourbon News 4 R Carothers Louisville who was ntOapln1nobhas810000 Miss Spa Simpson another passenger has sued for 85000 Coffey Bros ot Columbia bought leotucCySquirrel leh0I1OOUT Tatc of Shawhan has purchas ed 334 sheep of J Cook fc Co of Lox Ington at 83 85 Brock Rallsback Piperr5c News Hon Abe Ronnlck of Clark sold lost week a Shorthorn heifer for 8300 and a bull for 8500 Br tho way our gatheringmand before long he will have a sale of them 7 T T H Smiley closed Saturday the brat sale of business horses ever rangedYbrought 8400 and over The highest price was for a walktrot gelding Buy ers were there from the East South and West and the sale was satisfactory to both buyer and seller U W Hobbs of Ho ton bought a half doen at 350 to 8500 Ahoat was destroyed lirefo Faulkner and Mies Ida lodge peopleD founddwomantyout a child to Manuel Nash Her ofParente separated In lS02and the moth daughterde RENTho Puwcs miles from Stanford on Stanford ft Pomor act Turnpike Apply to C W LOVKLL 1qeyVALUABLE PROPERTYF- OR SALE If not sold privately beforehand I will on Monday Feb nth 1900 At tlio front door of the oCourtIIousol In hlgheatsetuialnder In 12 and 18 months equal pay moots with 0 per cent Interest from date of purchase tho property known us Laurel County Fair Grounds About 9 of a tnlla North of London Ky containing about 25 acres nil under fence Large and commodious Amphitheatre and other outbuilding racing track A good Tenement House and Garden Lot Two gooll wells on J T WHlrIAMB Pres Laurel County Pair Co wS S S S S S I t S S Fancy Vestsewest Patterns Fancy Shirts Neweat 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 And Oxfords upto youYouCummins McClaryCash Clothiers and Furnishers t1 At et ttS S S S S II S S S S S S sa The Royal Worcester Corsets Are the highest type of Corsets produced In America THE DOWAGER For stout figures has n9equal A Complete Line Just In forSummer JOHN P JONES Stanford f2 aWe Are Making A Great l Run t specialvalues 65cThe Ii ed goods that they are fast taking their place We have some beautiful new designs In fine Bleach Damasks at SOc 75c Jl f125 DONT BLIY YOUR SHOESUntil you see our lino of Hens Shoes nt 112 to 12 Entirely new stuck just in We carry a line of Reliable Footwear for men women and children SEVERANCE SONS I American Wire Fence i- The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Farris Co f JL CARSOISSTANFORD KY Is The Recognized Leader in The Following Articles Carriages Buggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and Avery Plows Harness At T ieLowestPrice3npsrsEED OATS FOR SALE P 1 Lf THE 1TER10MOURNAL Entered n the postoffice at Stanford at Koondciatt matttr rt4b11ahusTaaiayaasI s3davo ATE 1 PER YEAR CASH Ar When not aopatdtSOO will be charged KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 5 Arrrlvea at Stanford at 103 4 Leave Stanford at 210 A Sari Arrtveaatllowlandat 1200 Nol Learn Stanford at 230 F K KNOXVILLE DIVISION o2t Train going NorthMMlI M a m u n 2 a m Itco 5II u South I23Snn a MMU 62 p m For allllolat ROnoH TICKETS BOL- DlUQOAOE CHECKED TI1IIOUOI1 For any Information enquire of JOE S RICE Agent Stanford Ky FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralna leave Frankfort at 650 A 340 r w and P connecting at Georgetown with the Q k C Ueturnlnn leave Parlt at 1130 and 840 r X reaching Frankfort alter connecting with Q AC train at 1120 M710P x and 913 P x The latter train lean for Gcorannwn at 715 r s Jlt NEWTON O1 A QUEEN CRESCENT Tralna Southpaw Junction City No doeenotstopho31160PU Nod 1122Ax- Na 9 IIM r x Going South No2 doesnt atop No4 3 48 M No S 125 P No 106 Tto Urn Ihiial Investment Company Of Lexington Ky Plan INSURANCE REVERSED WeTay V7Ula 7ou Live Old LinG Companies Par When You Die Over KOJOno pal In living benefits Over 50J0 Reserve aodi Surplus BnKKS WBAREX foal Agent SMITH ROMAN Secy titan ford Ky Lexington Ky DR R COLDST6IN Till Celebrated Eye Specialist OF Louisville Kentucky Will be at the Veranda Hotel Stanford Satur day Feb 24th TUlurning one day in each month 3Eyw Examined and Glasses Selentlficallj Adjusted J+ G+ YJc bAY UI DElTAaKER Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNESS SADDLEEY 8cC Stanford Ky LOtTI6VILLE TOCHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Union Station 10th and Broadway Passengers desiring information and rates to Minnesota Nebraska tad points in the tar West including Oal ifornia should address Ft ink J Reed Gen Pass Agt E II Bacon Dis Pass Agt WU McDoel VIcePres Gen Mnfr Charles II Rockwell Traffic Mngr HAPPY JACKS SUGGESTION STANFORD Feb EPleaso allow moI a little say on the situation I wal struck dumb never bad such a thlnl to happen to me before But Goobel has not boon struck dumb nor with 0 stoppage In his speech Wa are to hear a great deal that will be good from him A man lylngin deaths lap dictating with coolness hla policy for his country while ho was at that very moment being baptized in the tears of his cowl trymen will not fall to do good What Stonewall Jackason was in war 111 will bo In peace Goobol can dnd will look In tenderness and compassion upon the poor misguided mortal who would have taken his life will know ho was not responsible will bavo good reason to know who was The course of our worthy representative up to this time commends him to all men of all parties Kentuckians can afford to bol genet ous I have been a long ways from home I always found Kentucky get croslty ahead of mo of cry tlmo and every where I anchored We will tuue a general amnesty and a generous amnesty to each other Then let us keep our heads upi aycs right heads clear bands clean and closo together hearts warm tongue loaded with soft and kind words for aU men Let us love God and hate snake and tho world and the losb Taylor and the devil can not prevail against us J II MILLER JESSE llEYNOLos DEAD At 2 oclocl Sunday morning Jan 2d at his horn near Bee Lick of a complication ol diseases aged 81 yearn 2 months and days He married Miss Louise Collie Nov 211 1847 who still survives To them were born 12 children nine stll live two eons and seven daughters al1 married except one daughter who has been an Invalid for the last sovcra years to mourn tbo loss of a lovlnj husband and kind father He bad been a member of the Chris Nan church jar a number of years and a braver and truer Christian could not be found in the nelghporhood Ho was ever ready and willing to aid any oni In distress kind and charltabie to ward every ono bo met Ho was oni of Rockcastlo countys best scboo teachers and surveyors for many year and a merchant of Dee Lick for the last 15 years Alter a few well cho el words by Bro Wnllon and prayer bj Bro Owens at Providence church the remains were laid to rest in the bury lag ground there in the presence of a number of his children and friends who loved him in lIfo The grief struck sn family has the sympathy of the entire community M W PREACHERSVILLE J C Slier sold a G A Swinebroad of Lancaster the ambs ot 73 ewes at 60 and 6ic Juno and July delivery also sold to Wood Tudor two springer cows at 330 Sold Swlny Morgan eight bogs at 4c Slier d iwtncbroad sold to Lute King eight png yearlings At 820 J C Slier has sought W M Southern interest in his wheat and corn cropand Mr Southern has a position in Oklahoma with a anchman at 8230 per year everything urnlshed therefore Slier is in need of a good man rind can give him a good deal Hurrah for Walton Fire at hose cursed rada again There is no better medicine forthe ba deg than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Its pleasant taste and prompt and ef cctual cures make it a favorite with lathers and small children It quickly urea their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia or other serious consequences It also cures croup and has been used in thousnnds of cases without a single fall ure so far as we have been able to learnt not only cures croup but when givens soon as tbocroupy cough appears will revent the attack In cases of whooping ough it liquefies the tough mucus making it easier to expectorate and lessens lhe severity and frequency of the paroxysms of coughing thus depriving that Ueaso of all dangerous consequences oreslo by Craigb locker Druggists At Clark vlllo Tex Henderson lerson a Negro under two separate oath sentences paid the penalty for two crimes with his ono life Ho was Inglng aa the drop fell and rut oft his olceI think I would go crazy with pain were It not for Chamberlains Pain lalm writes Mr W II Stapeton Her linie Pa I havo been afflicted with lieumatlsm for several years and bavo tried remedies without number but PRln Balm is the best medicine I have got hold of One application relieves the pain For sale by Craig ft Jlockor Adlol Stevenson former vice president when asked If ho wasto be acan dldate for governor of Illinois said he- wall out of politics for life u BISMARCKS mOll JIEUVE W aa the result of lilt splendid health Indoiul labl will and tremendoni energy are not found wbere Stomach Liver Kidneys and Ilowels are- out ofonlvr If you want thoe qualities and the cctaa bring tee lit King New Life Illli Tbey dfYdOfefery power of brain and body Ooly drag store Gov Lcary of Guam has placed tarur of 84 a gallon on whisky and lOc a quart on beer Tho census of Cuba shows a population of only 1200000 which is one jurth less than it was in 1894 NEWS OF THE V1ClN4tE Hnrrodsburff has nearly 8000 In bor treasury and 1000 or 5000 back taxes are duo J T Adams and James Houk will build a 5000buslne88 house lu Mt Vornon says the Signal Clol Rannoy an LS N brakeman died from the effects of Injuries received at South Louisville- A child was found on the door IItep of Green Clark of Rockcastle and he mighty anxious for somebody to call for It- Dy order of tbo secretary of the Interior J B Dowlln of Wllllamaburi has been disbarred from practice boo loreany rau of thojln torlor depart mentMilton Kendall and his two sew Charles and William wert held at tlcholasville for the assassination of Eugene Casaoll but It Is generally bo Roved that they are not guilty JIO RIGHT TO UGLIHESS The woman who U In tare form and tri ref will always hare friends but one who woti wattracilTe roust keep her health If the h weak sickly and all run down she will be nenoo md Irritable If the hu canitlpatlon or kldne trouble her Impure blood will nun plmpta lotcbesikln eruptions and a wretched Ion Electric Ultureis the best medicine In tbe worM to regulate atomach liver sod kidneys nd to purify the blood It gives nerve yea smooth TelTcty akin rich complexion It will make a goodlooking charming woman of rundown invalid Ooly W cents at Penny s Drug Store TIlE SOUTHERN MUTUAL IN VESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON PAID TO CERTIFICATE HOLDERS 8205 103430 UESERE FUND 89320830t What the company has made during ho year One year ago wo had In assets but little over 50000 while today wo have over 95000almoatdoubl tbe amount we had one year ago On year ago we had only about 10000 cou poDS In force while today we bav about 10000 and wa have paid certlfl eate holders a sum total of over 205 0000 One year ago we had but littl business outside of Kentucky while today wo number among our Investor tome of the best business men In near IV every State In the Union It Is a wellknown fact that the problem of securing firstclass agents and epresentallvca Is ono ol the hardest with which the management has U contend During this period we have arpely Increased our agency force and avo materially raised tbo standard of tbe class of men who are representing U8 throughout the country It has al rays been our aim to secure the best lass of representatives possible men rbo will sell the stock on Its merits and will not resort to any means to soil It upon misrepresentations- Our certificate holders we are glad to say during the period have heartl cooperated with us In helping to scnro new business This has aided us materially In making the splendid progress that we bavo made and wo sin eroly thank them for tfio efforts they have made In our behalf A Smith Owman secretary a HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J E prominent citizen of lannlba- t0latelr hadya wonderful deliverance from a ghtful death In telling of he aayr I was kea with Typhoid tercr mat ran Into Pneumonia lly lungs became hardened I was ao weak Ouldot Bred alt up In bed Nothing helped me expected to aoon die cf Contunipllon when beaN of Dr King hew Dlco ery One bottle gue great relief continued to UM Pte and now- am wets and prong I cant up too niuth In ral Thus maivellout medicine U the ores- tud cure lu the world for all Thrnat and Iuog Trouble ltegula sizes 50 cents andjl Trial ttleafrcoat 1ennya drug store every tattle annteed Low RATES TO THE NORTHWEST Tickets will be sold by the Monon lute from Louisville to points In Arl zooa British Columbia Colorado Ida ho Iowa Manitoba Michigan Mlnno sota Montana Nebraska New Mexico Nottb and South Dakota Utah Wash In gton Wisconsin and Wyoming and return at ono fare for the round tripp- lut3 82 on Jan lath Fob Gth and 20th Mar Gth and 20th und April 3rd and- 17th Halt rate for children between five and 12 Inclusive Tickets good 211 da1 returning Full particulars of our local ticket agent or cheerfully rnishcd with map and schedules ny E H Bucon D P A Louisville Ky YOLCAKIC ERUPTIONS Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob Jlfe of Joy ickleni Arnica Salve cures them also Old Hun- nilli and Fever Sore Ulcers Bolls Felon OIru Wart Cuts llrumea liurni 8mldi Chapped llandf Chilblains Ural 1lle cure on earth llrlYet out Pains and Aches Only 23 cents a box guaranteed Sold by 1enny Dnigglit The NEW rCT J A ALLEN CO Contra Vo liavo opened up a Lumber Yard on Lo Wo will keep on nil kinds of Pullding Ing Ceiling Sldlag Yellow Pine Casing and SplndlC1l Turn Column Gablo Scroll awl Pn- Jl1Ihs Steel Roofing and will aha- Wlro Iunco Post nnd In fact everything thll1- anll see us It wilt be to your advantage MAII1IMUNIAL MATTEBS Jones Swift aged 17 and Miss Dora Patterson Ji wcro married at Sun bright Tone State Senator John J Johnson was married at Louisa to MUs Jook Curroj Tho senator la the author of tho null high hat bill John Harris of Peru Ind died of brokon heart because his wlfq told him hcrlovo for him had turned to halo Because her husband objected to har attending hope Mrs Lincoln Harris 01 Chicago ended her life with rough on rats Hon Wlllhuu S Wright cxmembe of the Legislature from Knox nni Lctuhcr counties and a prominent dcra ocratlo leader was assassinated on Boo no a Fork of tho Kentucky river Tho cause U not known To our Patrons We are now olwnwith our full SPRING STOCK aSuth ai Dry Good Notion Clothing Pooh od I1fIIdICl and geutsFur Ihhingeive bare also our line a Cull lea of Carpets Mattings Rugs Window Shades etc We are atlll In the lead and always will binltu low prlcrion everything men honed above COME AND SEE U5 And you will flodwe mean what we say Ws thank you lor past favors ash aollclt your lutur patronage RACKET STORE The Cheapest Store In the Country Wanted to Rent a Cood BluoCrass Farm Would like about 100 acres but will take porno more or lose Address IIOWAIll Wftyneaburg Ky D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky vccin Constantly on hand a complain line of IIURRlos Iluckboardi 1urnl ore Ac Agent for Peering Mowers and Hndcru and repair Oliver Chilled flows bobcat always for sale Call on him 00 FRITH HOTELF P8A OISo Prcpri lor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Unt Hotel n the mountain talc ronildered Pork meet all traina ti clal attention to tray om HE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The moat centrally located and only FJeSTCJr ASS- 21a the city making a RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two block from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to nil ptrts o tho City iEverytblntf neat and clean w BPENNYDDS STANFORD KY tVODIco at Roldonco on Lancaster Street MBER YAR7tors and Builders Stanford rer Main Street opposite Pr L P Cooks latorlal such na Uoorn Illlndx Floor llaso Cornor Books Base mocks llrnckcta ncy Shingles different sizes In Molding keop on hand all kinds of tough Lumber la kept In a lintclass Lumber Yard Call J A ALLEN ic CO THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most upto date Gallery in Central Kentucky having boon roo ccntly equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses the now discovery in optics science to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large tock of the very latest Designs iJ7 JVJouldi gs Patterns never Bold in this locality before have to be seen to bo appreciated Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among the lot is the New French Fleur mouldings specially for suitable tIelicato Embroidered Mats French Water Culore and pleluros tllltt re- dulro a dainty frame When In Danville call and see us and sot our prices Wo will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post OQlce Danville Ky Mammoth Bronze Turkeys I have for Mammoth llronto Turkey raised trout o Tom that weighed when 10 months old Young Vows lal Iul lets S2 each 78 his J K IVMN Stanford JOHN C PEPPLES Is a candidate for Jailer of Itucoln Oouuty subject tq tho action ot lute democratic party r support U solicited DINK FARMER la a candidate for Jnllor subject to tho ac tion of the democratic party lie solicits your support FARM AT AUCTION I will wtl on put County Court Day Felt 12th to the highest bidder at the coutVbnuK OS Acrel of Land orra baclJolnlrjH H lUugbiuan and J8 Docker running to l plkra U W VAMbKVKkrt Ulanford Ky GOOD FARM FOR SALE I with to sell privately M arrow ot the firm I live Inn Including house of flu rooms kitchen and cellar soil with cittern and prlnaat the door The pllct la located on lhi Damlllo and llusionvllle pike 7 tall trolll Vnlll and 4i rum Jlulionyill Forty acne of the fine bu wheat In line condition and there are IT acre of tort sad If purtbaarr wants more land I will Mil him the entire of 123 aria Terra to suit Ibu ForfurtherparlictLnrail on or adJrrw I CriANDIIRtlMIIIeigevilleK ReA JONES DENTISTstanford Kyo Phone No 49 Over Hlffglna t McKlnney MIntoshs Livery S Feed Stable McK1fIY KY Good lugs at returnable prlcei Safe driver double and rdugli for day or night It you want to work Casey and aclJolnlnt- countl McKinney la the Inca to drive from lone well cared for by single feed day week or mouth A stare of your ronago solicited H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call PIKE LIFE 0 A CCIDENTINSURANCE Only the beat companies represented Inquiries solicited 12 It B MAIIONYAgtStanfo- rdOPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED I would like to take option on pood farms In Lincoln County For terms and nartlcn tmnddrc WM LANDOHAK 1 J Krlger Ky Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON 1ror ijiucnHtcr t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds aplendad able Everything nratclasa Porters neot all 89 A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OffieeOTpr McltoUiru Drug Store In the OleUnllillnc TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS V- I3outernRalIwaB For tbe nrea nt Winter SeawnTni lUiLWAY with connections prexmta the root au rerlorackcdulea through caraervlce and transpor tation generally ever onrjrl to travel to Southern tietorta- DoruLKlPAiLY TRAINS from Cincinnati and Ix uUtllf In connection with the gurtnA Cm rent Ibiute via Chatlaoooga Jetup and The Plant System TIlIOIulI HLKKPIXOCAB front Cincinnati to Jacksonville with convenient connection from SavanLouUvIlle nil This li the8centolioutetbrourhthis Moun talra of Vwteru North Carollnl nd of lbelSky Also through Slerplngcara froui Bt Loula Jo Jacksonville In connection the 1 K A HI Railroad Air Llnehla LouUvllle and through icr ing can frcm Kn1S City to Jacksonville via the K U F AXM Itallroad In connection wlthTilKSoUTHKRNlUltWAY lllriulngtiam The fatSyitemAtlanta Kanua CityJackeonvllle toJarkwnvllle- All thirty eight hours rein n Agents of coon eel In tines sell through Win Kxcunlon tlckctavUliiK UAILWAY toihellcntirliofHorlila and the South Mipn acbedulot booklcta and Information mall ed frni to any Itr y J C1iUA1JIt NV T A 80 Adams St Cblcazo C A HAIUU Tray At nt- Jjoulullle Ky W A TURK 01 A Waahlnpton P 0 TAYLOE A 01 A LouUvlllJ Just Like a Mill You take Wheat and Corn to Norris freda Exciurbgein Wm Unugherty shop In Stanford and got In exchange Flour und Meal You can ulao Flour Meal Ship duff Hrun Chicken Feud Ac cheaper at place than att whore In town A trialmy is all I I bellove myuxchanga will a thing for farmers liberal tranaactlonn alit full weight Jly good como from Uuddorara IU Hlver Mills and arc aret class MORIIIS rUED Telephone No 68 v Saddle Stallion Tor Sale I will sell reaionaMr the pl ndld Sidtllo Stab lion elltlIgeJr lie has ronn hlmwlfa the sad Uaii excellent Indltlilual AcMrni l UALIA1I1 rriiclieritlllo Ky WHITE HOTEL w H OAUUIEII IKOK coneiN KENTUCKY Clew to Passenger Depot KlntcliM throughout Itaicaitperday PLEASE READ January lit the regular aoinlannuul settling time him come and jrona and nomoof ray patroua Imvo not settled with mo It are one of them von are ear- neatly rtiiueitoil to settle thanking ono and nil for patronngu and tollclllnr a contliiuaco Very Truly J II O1l- gFltPOSTEID I The parsons whew names appear below strictly forbid any hunting of Ruino of any kind at any limo or the yraron their laud and will prowcuto to tho full extent of the aw any who violate Ir UtiKli Ibid J II McAIUtor- KII Foster I Wood- aKorcatuajtold8 T hauls 8 IlnURhman S II Is W II Shanks J W llaugliman 8 J Krabry MelUnnnyF JOHN n OAfiLtMAX AUTHOR IUI01l4- IlItICKUUltlIOIOAIITUU ROYALINSURANCE COMPANJT lArge 01LIcrl09iI Barbee 8L CastlemanJI Manager Southern Department leneral Officers Columbia HnUtllng Lout la llle Kj3e FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE 1lorJ T BUTTON Undertaker aitonvillo Kentucky OS ra his mien to the people ofWeal Uerala ndCaMycountlM Full iuxkof Cotanaaad Cask taalwajion hand D tlCrpeakrMaaapr V S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltalhf Air Physician In attend sues Offlce in the New Thompson llullalnr ilk FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP STANFORD KY avltal Sleek 100000 Sarplni J17CS3 51 Thli InatltulUn originally established aa the IJ ll lUoknf Stafford In IWS then rrorganleeds la National IJank ofStanlord In IKS anlagtln irganlied tithe Fln Matlunal Hank ol SUnfoH a 1882 has had piactlcalljr anunlnterniitedxUt eDce for yearn It la better supplied now wlti cllltica fur tranuctlng bwlnJOltOPJIUntlllbe- ral11th n ever btrlnrala its longand honorable career Account ol Individual fijuclarleaarmi idlnillvIJualiiolIclledDIRICTOII p Raid Lincoln Co1 JW Ilaydin Stanford 8 T Hanli II lUughman I- Sllockera TPHUI WI Walton W A TrlbhleII ll lllerCrabOrcbd M J Miller MtVttcon DEIiuoi Stanford orrtcasr J B Hoc er Pmld nIl J J JUItob rt Cashier incoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock f Companyao4for zy Years olioits Your Bank Aooount iplnj uch mutuallyDJlmcrrons J J Wllllatni J 8Owsle r Sr JM Menefei A W Coiiifnter W IiCumminaJ SII Blank J ClUb tJ no Ole OFFICEBd S n Shanks rrtoSldent J1J OwloYl dallier Urlab AutCaihkr i