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C d i r t- f = U If I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IIVOL XXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 919409 A M NO99IMIDDLEBUR6 J V Cofftiy rondo a business trip to More land this week Mrs Jack Hatter died of kidney disease near Poplar Hill on tho 5d Mat J W MaWuorter has been bit the sick list for some time but U Improving rnp Idly James M Oloyil passed through this place hut Tuesday with 39 hop for which ho paid a to jUfeltr pouud Mr Jason Wesley returned home Monday from Lancaster where ho lien been vlaltlng hit brother Dr I 8 Wesley Tom Lay who hat been spendinga tew dayi with lilt parents returned to Lexing ton last Monday whero ho U attendht school Humphrey Elliott of the Poplar Hill neighborhood lost his house and content by Ore on the 3d The family being from home there was scarcely anything rived Rev J Q Montgomery filled hls regular appointment ut Green lllver church Last Saturday and Sunday Rev L 1urdom de llTercd a very Instructive land Interesting dUcouno at the M church at thts place Un Sunday ulghU The cltlttni of this place aro very much worked up and torn up over tho state of af fain at lido seat of our State gorurnment All democrat of lids placo and vicinity take the death of Oor Ooclwl to heart al mot u much as If It had l oen a member of their own famllle William Taylor moro commonly known hero aa Snake Taylor has been buying and collecting old Iron this winter and al he collects It together during the dav boys slip It away at night and sell llto hl again nut day8o Snake Is busy ever- day but till stock docint Increase at a1 I thouldnt at all surprised to hear of an alignment soon Rufus Maynard better known as Little s Angel came near drowning In Green river Saturday evening Ho bad just wen warn nl by several men who were standing front of Durham store to keep ort the jni to no avail Ho continued skating when sear the cants nr large txml iiut avion themill dam the ico broko through with him when ho went under and would have drowned had It not been for Klah Frederick and Clay McWhorter who ran and wltb pales and plank Which were thrown ant reached to him nneard him barely in time to save him As he was on the opposite aide of the pool from the itoro It required omo time for the men to go around the tool to the mod convenient place to roach him tie was almost ex hauttcd from the exertion and cold when taken out- Spurgeon Bympton of loul81lllo but for manly a clllicn of thU county iwmpcd down u It were upon our little village about T30 oclock taut Tuesday morning with all necessary vehicle for baggage and putenger and robbed ui of one of tits molt amiable young U1lo of our vicinity MU Nannie daughter of Mrs Hernia ogle MM Nannie will be greatly missed In thli community by all and especially In the church and Sunday School In both of which the hai taken quite an active part for acv eral YUAn put 8ho has been organist of the HaptUt church here Ince her chlhlh She was beloved and hlgUy esteemed the members of that church as well u everyone cilia that knew Bert and having known Mr 81mlOa from hie early childhood wo can nyhol n model young gentle man and U of one of the bcitjfamllle nf Kentucky We uppo e that they will make their futurb home In LouUvlllpJa Mr Bympsou holds a jtOslUon M conductor with tho city street railwayO U J ruol ANOntstt connsspu DINT Jin Jo lo8Im wife of J Ii elms died at her homo near Duncan She had bon In feublo bcalth for some tronth and tak lag a deep cold which resulted In pneu monia tho died after a few days Illnntl Mrs films was a niece of tho writer und n atltcr of J W and J N Wllchcr formerly of thl place but now of Hronthlll county Tho outrage at Frankfort the only top heie among democrats llopublloanrofu to talk about It nt all They teem unea in tho company of democrat and If tho milt ter U mentioned In their presence they man age to khltt tho conversation to fomcthlng more pleasant They can hardly bo blamed for not wlnhlng M discuss tho unpleauint subject If our leader lad disgraced us Al Taylor has thorn wo would bo silent too I wonder what kind of feelings th metdey Ilrownloa have when they look the work their action have In a menu wrought Their low abuse of Mr Ooc bat caused much of tho bad feeling against him and encouraged the republicans In their desperate efforts to defeat him Hut the Brownies are not alone responsible for tho present state of affairs at tho State capital In rAy opinion exGor Bradley elioul come in tae lilt part of tho censure Ho s the deviltry on toot on election day by placing soldier ut tho polls In tho city of Louisville to intimidate voters ills next move was to prepare for tho present emer gency by weeding tho rank of tho militia of democrats and Oiling their places with republicans Tho cxgoAernor doubtless feels a guilty conscience otherwise ho would not deem It advisable to have his house guarded and hits window heavily blinded As for Taylor tho crowd of mu derer by whom ho Is surrounded will no er get their due until they dangle at end of a rope tlong with the murderer of GOT OoebelT 8 n Then It mole cal t1lilnecUn oflbeooun- try than all other dlMaiea put together and tint the last IIW yrart wts supposed to be lnrursbl- Fors great many years doctors pronounced n ical disease and prescribed local and by constantly foiling to cure with local treatment proven ca ancrnttdresaaitttutiunal istherefore Catarrh Cure Co Tole do Ohio ls the only constitutional cure on tbs market It la taken Internally In doses from droll to a teaipoonful It arts directly on ti blood and mucous surfaces of the srilem Tit culaneadlesilmoWs isAddrreubeau for cir F J IY AGO Toledo 0 Sold br Dfl JlIIII amllT ldIre tbs best LANCASTER Mnjt A O Burnsldo has returned to Lexington Gcorgo Smith Jr will go to Cincinnati Sunday Mies Christine Bradley entertained a clncb party on Tuesday night nand somo prizes were awarded- J A Koyso has purchased a halt terest la Joe Nlclais shaving parlor and they conduct tbo business jointly Cupt James Dillon Is able to bo on tbo itrcets occasionally and bo prizes the reclining chair siren by tbo Knights of Iythlas very highly Indications aro that the Undo gJosh Picture Play Co will havo about a tOO house tonight Thursday and that too Black bird show on Friday night will bo well attended J E Robinson raised a fund to pur chase a floral design to bo offered as s- ribute from Garrard county at the burial of Oov Goobcl and a largo pll low of lowers was ordered from Lox ngton papersIto muo It appear that Taylor would restore tbo right of franchise by sign ring tbo peace agreement caused a tot egram to bo sent from hero asking democratic leaders to withdraw the proposition to modify the election law accommoJaLlngt Elder George Gowcn has returned from IDun lnflon Indices where ho had a confessionY Anderson will not bo la tbo lack Bird show on Friday night Tbo report to that effect was not truo Manager Flsilngcr has engaged tho Williams Comedy Company to appear nighttathe week at tbo low price of 10 20 and 30 canto reserved seals at Stormcs drug store The company has 21 peo plo and comes highly recommended Garrard countys part of tbo Legisla ture Is Invincible lIon William Hay idea been sick from the beginning but bo entitled life wife that ho would dlo before be would flee from duty and everybody knows that Senator Farrls bad rather bo hauled homo in a plno box ns his wlfo suggested rather that forsake his post On Monday morning about 1 Mr tlcbcrllngi green houeoon Water street caught Ore resulting In tbo destruction of part of tbo building and most of tho handsome flowers and plants which were stored for she win ter ilo and idle wife assisted by Mr and Mrs W O Rtgnev made gallant tight and saved part of tbo building Lt J AL Farra very appropriately suggests that a company of militia bo rutted hero U bo known as the Deck oudlham Light Infantry which with tbo asbd Boyle will mako a battalion South of the river A good company can bo raised hero and It Is suggested that Senator Farrls attempt to Induce Ucn CAStleman to commission eorao ono horo when tho reorganization begins This ulty council line ordered that al dogs without a tag furnished by tho authorities shall bo killed after a cur tale time A committee was also ap pointed to estimate tho cost of cou slrucllng streets In tho Baker addition and In Duncan Town Chief of Police James Pierce lodged Welcome Clark In tho work house to remain 63 days to pay an old tine teaSm to a to erect monument to tbo memory of Gov Goo lubihands of J E Robinson who will ro colvo subscriptions Ho will also leave a paper alK E McRobcrta1 drugstore receivero d o reported and ouch will receive a hand some memento Capt T A Elkin J W Hamilton and J E Robinson went to Gov Gocbola burial At a mooting of tbo commercial club hold at the National Bank on Wednes goote suro to bo extended In a short time and It was agreed that If Garrard county does not act at onco wo will be do prlved of the many advantages which theroad would bring By a careful estimate it waa ascertained that If 14 men will give 500 each tho balance required for the rightofway can bo raised at once Who will bo tbo first thvek e or content yourselves to live wlthou- the prosperity which the road would secure to you and your posterity Act nothingoditlon of State affairs and hope for more purity In politics yet J I Ham ilton and other leading democrats ob ject to that part of the proposed arts propasosy to m that it la an unwarranted and an un timely thrust at the able advocate of tbo bill whoso lips havo Just been scaled In death besides furnishing thunder for tbo republicans In lido fall campaign They claim that the party can repeal tho law If It la thought to bo best without reeking any weak and sickly concession at this early hour Tbo other articles of agreement are generally approved by democrats and then ono referred to above meets tbo hearty approval of some of the republicans We all want peace we went It at a less cost than war es pecially when wo can got all wo clap through the courts of the country Tbo creation of a nonpartisan board Is an Itnpoislblllty CRAB ORCHARD Henry Cash has moved to town and opened a meal Hour grain and bay exchange on Main Street Tbo continued bum and whirl ol tbo saw mill and too hoop polo factory in dicate business and increased prosper Icy lion D B Edtnlston has returned from a business trip to Frankfort MUs Linda Gormley a very attractive young lady of Richmond Is tbo guest of her aunt MUs Llzrlu Gormley Attorney T J Culton la absent spending a low days with his children in Madison coun ty Mil Ada Carter of Rowland Is a charming little visitor to Wallace Co ver ut the Jover Hotel Joe Brooks spent Sunday with life mother and sis ter After a few days stay with bis mother Mrs Kato Egbert Curtly Eg bert hoe returned to Chicago where for several months he has been In the em ploy of a largo furnishing house Elder JG Livingston will fill the pulpit of the Chrlstlan church at this place next Sunday The Baptist church hoe recently been treated to a new root and too Christian church Is now re ceiving the tame needed repair and with two such pastors us these churches now nave surely theres a bright outlook for Spiritual growtn in our midst Capt Glikersona new residence Is ncurlng completion and will soon ready for occupancy Ho and idle mot er having lived a life of great sacrifice since tbo burning of their home some months ago will bo ready to enjoy theI snug llttlo cottage greeted upon th captaink e us all can testily who use It Tbo awful gloom pervading our old Commonwealth occasioned by t tragic death of Goy Goebel Is Keenly and severely felt by historic old Crab gtupon tbo Powers that be whoever they arc nail guide to a cnccful cal u Lion of our humiliating find horrifying trouble that wo may onco more live in peace good will bapplness and perity u surely tbo sincere steeled all law abiding citizens Mrs Allco Cloyd and Miss Annie Shanks of Stanford attended the leIvices of the C W B M hbro on Saturday and a very enjoyable time was had Mrs 11 P Morgan and children of McKinney in ado a visit of several days to her mother Mrs Margaret Gormley Mrs Luura Mooro has re turned from Somerset Mrs Sarah Brooks U ou the sick hat Miss Louise Stapp is recovering from an attack of grip Little Juck Perkins Is leamlng rapidly to walk attar isle long Illness and ho will soon again bo a rollicking boy among his play follows Mias E Singer remains very feeble but is r totted as resting quietly A COWARD IN A DOGS SKIN CKAII OKCHAUD Feb 7On behalf of our many friends here I want to congratulate you on your bold and de cided stand and bravo utterances in re Bard to tbo foul assassin Taylor Id much rather be the dead linen sleeping in his bloody shroud than too living coward wrapped in the skin of a dog If circumstances provo anything and it is the best evidence known to the law when so strong not a chain will break not a link will tart he Is gut ty That ho was the instigator that ho had full knowledge of tho scenes nation no ono man can doubt He la the guilty culprit as sure aa tbo sun shines Why dont some of the detect ives hunt up the mountaineer who got off at Brodbcad Saturday before th assassination sad said They have come to tbo conclusion the only way to settle It la to kill Goebel Let find him and ask him who said so U ho heard Taylor say FONTAINE Fox BouniTT DAYt erer piliItfTrbralnCagIn up the health Only 21 cents per box Sold by Ienny DruggUU John and William Powell brothers fought over a girl in Leo county Va t and both worn seriously wounded RED HOT FROM THE GUN tVss the ball that lilt O B admlnol Ne ark Mich In the Urll Wr It caused lety Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 Then Arnica Salv cured him turn Lou ErupICur guaranteed Sold by fenny Drugglit ML VERNON Marion Gadd aged 18 died suddenly near Wlldlo Tom McPherson aged 10 died of con sumption Monday Wilts have been issued for parties Egypttbls atofoaRone of Rockcastlcs foremost farmers roThe Christian church has not yet called a praetor D S Purdom line be WIIlIumsWlIllamsjEL B Adams and Miss Ida Mav Adams attended Gov Goebolafuneral- Drunken hoodlums fired 18 shots from 10Icounty and broke up services a tow nights since Rockcastlo has two boys in the Phil GeorgePennlogton SignalW 01 Withers has assigned to D C Poyntei and idle stock which Invoiced 8000 wai notlearnedJudgo Morrow writes that owing ti the Illness of his wife bo will doubt lien be unablo to hold court hero next week himself but that be will send O Q Waddle to do so for him A memorial meetlog will be hold ii too court bouse Saturday at 1 P tpats suitable resolutions on the assaesl GovGoebelInvited attoodIng Fuquaytbo AleJPedevil in tho Signal olflco Mr J J Lawrence and Miss Lent tbh nesday evening In the presence of a few friends Dr Mills officiating They prosework Ho Is a telegraph operator of e 1good many years experience While there were some idle remark knowhela hurt but la being guarded in a room for effect I want to move out of the State dont want to live under the gay ernorship of Goobol etc on the whole JreneralIyThe Kentucky Telephone Association Is arranging to bold a meeting in Lan yeau1r companiesMostfrom grounded to metallic circuits put ting their lines in chaps for long die tance work Cheap construction be dons away with and only good ma terlal and work will pass muster Our clever townsman F L Thomp son a knight of tho grip can bo heard on followlnlorGIveways sameForblameForslipWhilegripRobertCreole this county lost his life In a peculiar manner last Friday Ho was hauling shlnglo blocks to a saw mill A new road was bolas ueed which pass ed through a small ravine Across this hollow a fallen treo had lain for a long time Recent earns had caused dirt to slide down raising the grade of road It appears that Anglin failed to notice It and when he passed under too trunk be was crushed between it and his load The team went on home taking ltedead driver makingdrawingscatlone for the proposed new brick building of Adams Houk Tbo estab throughoutIt oakeThe builders tell mo that when finished no bluo grass moredaro 36x50 basement stairways and elevator Work will be gin as soon aa weather permits Mrs Armllda McCluro aged 76 Is very low WJllid Adams one in Gar rood Tom Taylor has moved his black lsmith shop to corner of Church St and Spout Spring Alley J H Fish op erator at Edgoflold Junction Tenn was bore several days to see his grand mother Mrs Margaret Flab who con tinues seriously ill Ashley Owens Jr the hottest free silver man In the coun has a now girl at idle house Mil entlemanlYdeputycolleClor ylatngi NOMILITIft 1 Needed to drive the people to The GLOBE The Big Stock of Clothing and OvercoatsNo- w being closed out there Is dra Being immense sales Get in before the heat Is gone e e THE GLOBE Miller Hirsch Danville SINEYCONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFOED KBNTUCSY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash ads Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed tuber Lath Shingles Etc 1I will duplicate any prices offered 000000000000000000000000000000000000 I W+ B + rtcrOBE Tt g 0- g DRUGGIST STANFORD g gOIEItA HOUSE BLOC g Paintso g o- T 0andgIIndTerms Cash oOilicc Long Distance Telephoneo 0lr1lYr TJrV TTI T i= Yntiv =A d I IdPeople are always look 1 q ing for Genuine Bargains Ie have them in almost every I line Not an Overcoat will I be carried over if I am offer ed near the cost of them jJ Look at our window at the 1 t remnant Shoes and Under i wear Sizes and prices on ev i ery item Cash No Tickets H J MROBERTS t PENNYS DIUG STORE Drugs Books j Stationery Paints fcvAnd Oils v t O Telephone No2 Stanford Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY FEU 9IOO w P WALTON SIX PAGES IN all the bitter vituperation and abuse that has been heaped upon Gov t Goebel for the last six or eight months reckless enough tono one has been charge that be was a fool or that ho bartered his principles and con 1ever for money Of all public men he was the embodiment of honesty ant n no stain of official dishonor has ever attached to his fair name lie was a and one with theman with a purpose courage ability and determination to carrv It out He saw how corporate the rights ofpower was encroaching on the common people and ho threw him self Into the fray determined to thwart its evil designs and stay Its malignant and cruel hand He fought a good fight and won all along the line when that corporate power driven to the wall and maddened by defeat conspired with Taylor to put him out of the way by damnable assassination But it will profit them nothing Though dead Gov Goebel lives In the hearts of his followers and his noble example will ever be an Incentive to them for emulation and the carrying out of the work for whjch be gave his life Gov Goe bels acts wrote his epitaph and his lips almost cold and closed In death gave ItlTeU friendsto bo Jrrcat1commondeed showed hisi a patriot whose every love for his followers and fidelity to the class from which bo never forgot that he sprung In every respect he wnsI most remarkable man aid of wealth or influential friends ho to a prominence rarely attained by 1roseof his ago With the mind tocon t celve and the courage to do or die ho won battles when lees determined men would have falterel1and impressed himself in such a way on the people thatI they followed him with confidence andI r enthusiasm knowing the greatness ofj t their leader That such a man should have been sacrificed on the altar of greed for office and corporate being compelled to stick to the objectsI of their charter is as was the inevitable result of the fight against him His determined fearless r spirit could not be bridled In any other way and they killed him I Cursed bo every one connected with the damnable plot to murder him and may each get his dues at the ropes end hero and t gnash their teeth through all eternity a lake of fire and brimstone IIn1Asstated In our last Issue that they be the remains of Gov Win t Goebel were taken to Covln ton Tues day when for 14 hours they lay in State In Odd Fellows Hall which was royally draped for the occasion In or der to keep from passing over any of the line of the railroad which fought him so viciously and so unnecessarily during and since the campaign the t ueral train was run over tho Frankfort do Cincinnati Cincinnati Southern and Chesapeake fc Ohio railroads which Increased the distance many miles During the day over 100000 of the friends and admirers of the great statesman viewed the remains and a large number of them brought hors tributes Some of these tributes were magnificent and costly and all beautl ful and appropriate Lincoln county friends sent a marble like shaft 10 feet in height surmounted by a whltodove which was greatly admired Men and women wept bitterly over the bier of him whom they loved in life and de plored In death Wednesday the neral train bore the remains back to Frankfort where in the parlor of the Capital Hotel they lay In State till yes terday at 12 M An Immense crowd of distinguished men and the great common people were present to pay the last tribute of respect to the man who gave his life for the cause he loved and in the article of death counseled his friends to keep up the fight for thu mass es ho had begun and never give up until It was won Peace to his noble soul And may the sod rest lightly over his manly breast THESE are theamCa gentle l men who represented the two parties in the peace conference and they deserve t to go down to fame with tho plaudit Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God j RepublicansJohn Marshall Judge John W Barr Gen Dan Lindsey T L l Edelen Dr T H Baker David W Forlelgh and C T Ballard C S Blackburn J C IDemocrltllJ Sam J Sbackelford James B McCreary und Phil Thompson Jr WE regret exceedingly that the democrats should have agreed even to an amendment of tbo Goebel law especial ly before the man whoso name It bears was still unburied It Is a confession tbat the law Is bad and a discredit to Ita 5originator For this reason ua well as others we are glad that T4tor has i refused to sign the agreement up to this writing HASNT SIGNED Taylor Wants More Time DomocratsWontWalt Much Longer LOUISVILLE Feb 0 A M Taylor hasnt signed yet and has made propositions to have legislative action rati fied by separate sessions of House and Senate and wants more posltiyo as suranee of now election law First proposal evidently to give time to buy up some Senators and prevent ratlfi cation Democrats will likely reject propositionMinor will apply to Judge Taft at Cincinnati Monday to restrain election commissioners from ejecting themIt refuses to sign agreement democrats will sot up State govern ment In Louisville TIMES No other statesman in Kentucky was over so honored in death as Gov Goo bel was and no such floral offerings were ever seen at any funeral In this country as were crowded upon his not oven when President Garfield also assassinated was burled The parlor at the Capital Hotel and the Hall at Covington where tho body lay were almost gorgeous with beautiful designs In the rarest flowers and thousands and thousands of dollars were spent for them alone The people loved the great champion of their rights and no way In- hlch they could show tbat love wai neglected The affection shown by the people of Covlngton speaks louder than any other assurance can of the high standing of Gov Goebel at hornet tho surest Indication of his real worth ITilE rump Legislature and one horse all over Kentucky telegraph Taylor to stand firm and not sign the agreement made at Louisville by distinguished men of both parties and the cringing creature thinking ho was backed up by his party as well as by a partisan militia hesitated to affix hilt signature Besides he disliked to como down from the high horse he had been riding and surrender almost un conditionally no matter how wrong ho was shown to be Since his attorneys have at last gotten a Federal court to hear the case it begins to look like tho democrats have been fooled by the republicans In their play for time to get the case where they want It IDEnoE who started the campaign off thunder was the first man to weaken and ho did eo after being as sured by the president that he would not interfere In Taylors behalf so long M the Legislature is in session or can be convened Said ho to Taylor In a dispatch The democrats Intend that if any violence occurs you shall be the aggressor You will by forcible resistance alienate all who formerly sympa thized with your case The moral forces of tne country are all against Taylor and even the partisan press Is loud In denunciation of his acts Down with the usurper He has been allow ed to abuse the patience of the people long enough TUB Mi Sterling Gazbtte which Is edited by a renegade who deserted democracy for democracys good has the brazen effrontery to lecture Judge Saufiey for the utterances of a recent interview with this paper Judge Saufiey spoke only the truth and none but those who sympathize with assassins and assassination have aught to say against it The editor of the Gazette seems to be of this class and tbereforo outside of palo of further notice from the judge or the friend who writes this TAYLOR claims tbat the lawyers who entered Into the peace contract had no authority to represent him They say they had A He Is out and it is easy to see who told it The democrats hove evidently been upagatnata brace Jrame the whole business being a play for time REWARDS aggregating 100000 have been offered for the arrest and conviction of the assassin of Gov Goobel and still Taylor has not been produced ILAIDfO REST BThousands upon friends and followers of Gov Goobel paid him the last tribute of respect today and the funeral was the mostImpressive in the States history The floral offerings were magnificent and the procession the longest ever seen in the city The principal oration was delivered by Sen ator Blackburn IN TilE FEDERAL COURT CINCINNATI Feb BGov Biadley and Attorney Mackoy appealed to Judge Taft of the Federal court to restrain Gov Bcckham from acting of ficially In Kentucky and tho case will bo heard Monday Frankfort and the Legislature Ibo Legislature is holding daily sessions at the Fifth Avenue Hotel Lou- Isville Hon Charles B Poyntz was elected chairman of the State election commission Indignation meetings over the series of lawless acts at Frankfort are being Iheld all over the State Boyle spoke Tuesday In resolutions which leave no countyd r LL In an Interview In the Washington Times John D White says that Taylor Is an assassin of character and that the is also tho facts go to show that ho assassin of Gov Goebel and that his recent acts put him beyond the polo ol a governor 11 representatives in Congress and 13 presidential electors to be chosen by ballot next November there Is still tote of politics just ahead and disgusted citizens ot of the weary Kentucky Louisville Times Now that it Is united rockribbed sad with no tralwrsln thu Uuiunuwu ranks it Is about time for the Hon P Wat Hardin to rise up and help tho republican trust organs save the dcah old democratic pahty some more Louisville Times coincidence that Gov ILls a pequllar Bcckharas grandfather became gov ernor ot Kentucky by the death ot Gov Clark who was elected governor ticket with Charles Wick on the same llffo His uncle Robert Wlckllffo was governor of Loulsana Taylor refuted to lot the flag on tho Capitol be halt masted on account ot tho death ot Gov Goebel as is the custom when a State official bo ho Senator dies but the public build or governor ings In the city were draped In mourn Iln and other flags flew at half ma t loot in tbo A movement was set on Texas Legislature to erect a monument of Gov Goobel- Tbe to the memory money will be raised by popular subscription the Legislature beading the list and will be sent to Kentucky a resolution ofadopted The Lcglslaturo and denunciation leadersympathy for the great of the assassins have rotcsta d The republican attorneys against Chairman Poyntz and ommisslonor Fulton sitting In tho alleged that Poyntz contest cases It is forfeited his office by accepting and using a C C 0 railroad pass In con traventlon of the constitutional prohl Fulton IR athatbillon It Is charged incapable of render violent partisan ing a just verdict this which tho Louts Dont forget All tho killemphasizesvlllo Times far In this crue- lwardead InJ and maiming so Scott Demaree Julian and Goobel wounded Cohon McLwan been done Golden and Redpathhave members of the God repubUcbnsby and morality of the peace lavandor the entireDuringtloving party sho- tlotcSaybowaspersonaly Insurrection not one h associated in the Senate convention but who dllTer stltutlonal of the issues of cd with him on some hits the high the last campaign pays est tribute In a letter to the press Says Washington was no greater he George patriot and friend of the common people than was the fearless William Goebel who has gone to a glories though untimely death cut down II by the murderouS bullet of ao assassin ExCongrctsman James B McCrea Gtebels place as leader has takenry said Col- Dovld of the Kentucky democracy It Murray of Clovurport The man the people turn to Is always tbe leader Blackburn and Goebel were and they made n leadersthe joint Until Blackburn came at team bo rudderless seemed to Saturday the party lie took up the reins and party confidence was at once restore turned to McCreory Then the people BlackburnnoworThe team and McCreary THE RUMPERS AT LONDON Fortyfive members mot at London Tuesday In obedience to Taylors command and organized a rump Legisla Senator Jolly was chosen president ture tern ot the Senate in the absence pro Marshall and A of Hon John R Dycho of the London Echo cterk- n Roekcastle was J Bethurum of tern of the House tedspeaker pro acclamation and H C Faulkner ot by was In themeetinglenox clerk The and Llttlo- Rcd Laurel County Seminary the game with Hog Ewell opened listened resoiutlons body thena prayerTbe on death of Gov Goo bd and adjourned till Wednesday Jones- Julia Misses Ella Parker Alice Williams and Nora CovUlo described of beauties contested bevyas a for enrolling clerk of the House Miss JonesMiss Parker finallywtnningover IB to H Other minor wero elccted but It Is a waste of space to- gl ve thorn st1l playing The London rumperll arc at aveea suflcienttnumber of demos to thither to arrested and make a quorum o f WANTS bAMvaB33scrotary Is said to bo mad Caleb PowersState Journal and the Couriermad atvery his wounded tbat he wants ns u balm to 50000 damages from tbat pa feelings because it said that the shot that per hisfired fromGoebel was killed Gov The suit will likely bo brought at Barbourvllle BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Withrow of Caldwell county Henry broke his neck while trying to Imitate a circus rider Frank LatTerty aged 25 was killed C at Bur In jJamesof Gcorgo Baker was Jlasse to the absence of his to Fob 10 owing i ni sees Going LfkG i1Uire 1 j r 8 Tho Slaughter Sale At The Louisville StoreTs a grand success Many articles advertised in this space last week are closed entirely Vu are candid with you when wo say that you are missing a chance to secure the great est bargains ever ollercd in this community if you fail to take Advantage of this sale V hue our competitors are circulating broadcast tho advancement of prices we are offering you goods at no per cent of tho original cost We wish to state positively tier the benefit of some new customers who during this stile hue been in daily attendance that wo always do a strictly cash business and wo will not make lily even 21 hours a charge ticket during this sale So conic prepared Below you will find catalogued and priced a few articles but remember everything goes at the same ratio i 111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111 1 Domestics Lancaster Apron Ginghams Oct quality selling out price bets One case fancy Calicoes regular price bets sale price lets One C blue Calicoes lIe Plain and Embroidered real Manchester Chntubray 9c Heavily lleccol KlJcrdown in lletl only 24e TeuleidOvn101 Brown Sheeting 121cI74 Ked Table Ct Bleached Linen Damask 22c Our Carpet and Matting stock lira just been replenished and is chuck full ot choice bargains We are confident wo lead in tits line We have this slack so arranged that It Is no trouble to show them K have no hesitancy in asking to look at them oven though you are only anticipating a purchase in the future Dress Goods Double width J wool Canimcro Dress Goods 25c quality 12Ic GOin all wool Orerplaid Dress Goods 25c 30 in Oonlc mixed Scotch Clicvlotlng lIe All wool Tlnid Skirting 23c- upNotions 18 In Linen finish Towel Crush only- 6c 18 InJlax Crash 5c 10 In IInen Crash tic Good size Turkhh Towels ltic per pair 2 Cards of looks and Eyes Cc 1 doz Pearl Buttons 5c 4 Paper of Pint 5c 5 Spools of John Clarks Thread lOc Capes 1 Line ladies Capes jfrc 1 Lot Astrachan Fur trimmed Capes worth t2 We eeeeeeleoeeeeeee6 0 their lowyears past shall Secretary Rcol reports that there are 10343150 men available for military duty in this country It is rumored that the offices and shops of tho L k N will bo removed from to Nashville A tornado portions of Illinois and Indlaqa and great to prop Irty and some loss of life resulted While leaning over a bed to cover uu his little children a pistol fell from under the bolster and wits killing Walter Rankln ot Montgomery Newton a and his brother John were burned to death in a fire which their homo near Portland Ind Foul play Is TenD two brothers named Davis and two named Blaswcll fought over lantern One of the Da vie was killed and Uurtoll war fatally wounded POLTICS Thomas B Bard was elected Senator to to succeed Stephon M Capt Speed Smith the and Mason of Richmond Is dead aged 54 Mrs Potter Palmer of Chicago will be one of tho to the Paris exposition Federal Judge Taft of Cincinnati was appointed by tho President as chairman of the Philippine A poll of both of Congress shows that the Canal will pass botfc houses by Bros took ont a writ of de possession of notorious the 81000 therein coqtaln and Theodore Halara the bribe giver Everything in Ladles MinIs and Curl drens Wraps avid go for net co- tlFurnishings lice good white Corsets 75c quality Corset only n cIlot French Woven Genets 1 Line H do II Corsets Pink and Blur only 48c Garniture Skirt patterns handsome of fects only 03c Ladles Iloxbury Union Suits cheap it tide our price 35c Biggest drive ever made In LailleV Underwear 2 long sleeve self llned vests or Pants and Yet 3ct or single garment 12c Boys and Misses heavy grey rantiom Shirts or Drawers 15c Mltsea Union Suits hc Ladles Iaco Edge Handkerchief 5c Ladies Fleeced lined Hose Re Childrens heavy ribbed HOMJ Oe Ladles black 40 gungo whitofoot hose 10c Boots and Shoes 1 lot Ladles Dotigola stock drew Shoot 60c lot email sties Ladles hand furs eJ Fnnch kid lace or button shoes only ono worth i2 A complete line of Ladles Dongola stock Patent tip all sizes lace or button worth II CO sale price USe We always Barry lOll keep tbo best 150 shoes on the market 1 case mens 2l 60 boots wilt close at 1MB A 12 round top Boot 9U10 A 83 Kangaroo Drew Boot to close for 2 Mens heavy buckle plow Shout OUt to 76o fens 8260 high top Shoes sale price 1175 glens 8225 high top Shoos to close 1150 A a same a D I swept a J and NANNIK S It Aunt Leo Webb said to be the oldest colored woman in the State died near Tuesday aged 110 The olty council Of Mlddlosboro has declared the olllco ot mayor hold by W H and elected R C to the place C Johnson a farmer near was run over at by a local freight and parts of his being scattered the track for a hundred C IL Williams of Green Uivor Railroad fume tells tho Adair that the road will be built and the will bo located i j A line ot mens nil lace of Congress Dress Shoes 8125 i Trunks and Vallsos will be found on the top floor and will be Included in sale Mens odd Pont 75c grade 49oIMens odd Pant 1160 grade OSc I Menf Pants KidO grade lalo price 8108 Mens Corduroy Pants a1 sizes 3 colors t worth 82 Gale price it S3 A few mens all wool Jeans Pants will go at once lor A few Boys knee Pant In allwpO jeans will go for The Boys knr pants lull Oikj Men all wool worth t7 60 go for 1460 Men fnllSult from 8203 up In fact we will move In the Department of their value You will never strike another such an opportunity to clothe younvlt at U low a price ns this tlmo aflbrvU Furnishings dot good Bore 4thr 1 doz mixed rotten HOM 4o Good stout wire buckle Suiponder Oo Mens good color well made working hurts 24o Men 5 Negligee Skirts collan and cufi attached for Men still bosom no oolar pair culT fancy shirts 2l grade 60o fault mens ribbed Underwear4l line niona tlccccd lined worth 76o a gnrmrnt goes for 76c a IultiOur lino of mens lists and Caps was never more complete Wocanglw tlifTliaU from 19o lip Maui wool anltffelt Hals from Inc u- peetooteeeotoeooet The their sinccrest thanks to people of Co for ing during tho pnstt10 Their successors of prices that has gained us in the even enable them to sell you goods at smaller the is of prompt and polite attention oeoosoeoooStanford STORE Salinger Bros Prors Manager Louisville damage discharged countyWilliam millionaire destroyed suspectedAt Blaiwoll POLITICIANS AND California Whitet wellknown politician commissioners commission houses Nicaragua Hill overwhelming majorities 1Wballen thisI Clothing MeI Gents yots retiring patronage popularity guarantee THE Raney CollegeiWILLIAM IIIISIUKXT SessionWill Begin Jany 22nd When Pupils Will be Received Classified For admission call on MRS BAUFLEY Laity American Wire FenceT- he l I MadesTry And You Will Sure Like It Geo H Parris Co NEWSOFTHEYICINA6E Columbia Turner vacant Ford of Somerset Harrodsburg badly mangled body along yards Valley News certainly through Columbia that there 111 leather only slaughter Corduroy Suite overrating Clothing rcganlloo colton heavy Madras UndomtArI Hats firm profit SIIRLTON Next New Principal Best Be To shops MATRIMONIAL MATTERS T Jacob Browning of Casey ocd Miss Sarah F Saunders of thlscounty were married at James ColToya yesterday James Mullikin of Mt Olivet couldnt get a marriage license from hie father who is county clerk antIteloped to Carlisle with Miss Coy to Spurgeon Symplon of Louisville and Miss Nannie Foglc of MIddlcburg took the train hero for Louisvllla Tues day where they were married thatIevening Tbo groom who U connect ed with the city railway In a splendid young business man white his bride Is pretty and accomplished and belongs to one of tho best families In Casey THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Rational Treatment of The Drunkard Judge Edgar M Warner inndo a f lensutlonnlndllreRs on the wharf and elucidated Inn statements with startling facts The wharf meeting of the Y M C A at the steamboat dock Sun day nftcrnobn teas attended by n8 t largo a congregation as has been present nt any mooting this season over 150 people being in attendance fun service was under tho loader ship of Assistant Secretary Lynn N Irwin and was opened by singing nUll Scripture reading Tho Y M G A band was in attendance and gnorl thILlllu1I1N Irwin introduced l Judge 15 M Warner of Ititnan who delivered an eloquent address on the rational treatment of tin drunkard l Judge Warner spoko as follows When Secretary Hythcr asked imi to speak hero I was nt a loss to do cido upon n subject nut after some correspondence at his request I propose to talk about liThe dnmk ash I do not because I think I know a groat deal about that in dividual or have discovered tho ab solutely certain cure but because ho is so prevalent and HO much of a burden to tho sober man that demands discussion hC1 Tho wonderful improvement this century in tho arts and HOICH COB is not duplicated in the manago mont of criminals Tlio ndminis trillion of criminal law bus boon im proved somewhat but it is still too 11tuntrialjCnquelltl tl1 Wo are jotting to regard our raurts its nronns for tho display of 1sltrnwlnoss of wit andrelwrpne8Sr of intelloot rather than tribunals of lawuroi and tho civil rights off the people are adjusted with equity The people however male tho laws and courts administer thom t So that tho people are responsible if tho laws are ineffective Nothing illustrates the indolence foolishness or cowardice of society more powerfully thou its treatment of the drunkard Iant discussing him now from both a moral and fl nancinl point of viow It seems tot mo that in this matter of temper ance wo have attended too much to tho greedy and avaricious saloon 1kcellor and paid too littlo attention I saloon maker tumid supporter i Tho saloonkeeper is bad enough no doubt but ho could not exist i without tho drinker and I doubt if ho could live without tho drunkr nrd foe profits of tho business ItiCto or much what becomes of his nn1chnngonot When tho laboring man with 27 in his pocket Friday afternoon conies before tho police court Monday morning with nothing to show but a had headache having spent the intervening time in n saloon you may feel tolerably suro that tho whole of his wage has not honestly been taken from him for liquor Some of it got lost in ono way or another perhaps ho played earls or shook dice At any rate the money is gono and wife and family nro supported by time town nnd sober men pay tho bills Uutho took his chances when ho started Now what does society in shape of tho police court sayto that man provided ho was drunk enough tot stumblo upon time policeman and be hauled in Simply this Pay 20 or less generally less say 2 or 3 go to jail and bo washed and well hoarded without much if any work for lOt more than 30 days Does society think this will reform the man No certainly not Does society think this will in nny way help the interests of tho people of tho State or town No for tho la bor of prisoners in jails never pays the expense of their keeping This however is time treatment given the drunkard for the last ono hundred years or more and does not seem rational to say tho least This is no kindness to limo drunkard Tho worst thing that can happen to boy or man is to become a drunken loafer or beat Tho man who gets his living with out work cheats tho public and starves his own soul It may heave been possible in tho Garden of Eden to live without work and preserve ono self respect but never since that time This treatment docs not protect tho sober part of society The streets of tho city the highways of towns cars steamboata andall means of travel should bo kept safe for chil urea and sober people rime State has no right to permit drunkards to go at largo in any place where pea plo travel or congregate The ration al treatment of the drunkard would keep him in confinement out of public view Drunkenness is usual ly iv crime and not n disease In- cases where time habit has become a disease send time victim nt once to nn asylum Ho is not a fit can didato for jail or reformatory What is tho record of our State in this particular From tho best evidence I can got by correspon dence and personal knowledge there are onJII1 average more than 2000 drunks a month in tho whole State There is a ghastly proces sion of 2000 human beings your brothers and mine 2000 voters selling their birthright 2000 im mortal souls bound to certain per dition unless something is lone to save thorn This dreadful crowd enters each month tho doors of the B281 licensed saloons of this State leaves most of the money they have eernlxlor stolen proceeds to the po lice court putrefies thuuir nnd fliekI ma the judge nail then enters somfortnlilo jail and gets a monthly wash remains at time expense of time State in idleness or is employed nt imroinunorative Inbor goes out of the comfortable jail to u wretched homo nail soon again outers time over open doors of the 3201 liven sod saloons to come again to the police court to putrefy thnir and jiokcn the judge nnd again enter tho comfortable jail gut a free bath nnd again engage in uuremuneni livo labor a never ending circle Ono urn in thogroat tad glorious university citoC Now Haven with 88 churches and 220 lawyers has traveled this circle over 200 times several othors havo n record of be tureen 50 tumid 100 times Middle sox county with another university lid numerous churches anti law yers furnishes a drunken pilgrim with a record of 58 times New London county has n man who has boon confined 45 times for this of fonstf Litehflold county one man 10 times a dozen others six to 10 limos Hartford county withanoth or university ono man 3S times Windham county 20 times Is it not strange administration of criminal law to prosecute tho same man 200 tinges or 100 times or oven 25 times for tho saute of fense It is perfectly apparent that ho is not reformed or in any way benefited and time State is burdened with great expense for his pros ecution and support Thirty days in jail is regarded by tho criminal us n pleasant vacation1 at tho cx pcnso of tho State To confine a human being in a steel cage Gx8 for 30 days without exercise occupation is II dreadful cringe against tho human being to permit a human being to live in n steel cage 0x8 with good food and n fair allowance of tobacco eating tho bread of idleness is a crime against tho State This crowd of criminals is time most expensive holly of citizens that tho Stnto has to support 2000 each month 21000 each year and overy case of drunk enness costs at least 10 making a total annually of 240000 worse than wasted and I doubt not the amount is nearer half a million What can bo attempted with nny hopo of success A friendof mine n good criminal lawyer when asked how ho would reform criminals stuttoringly replied Reformem Idd chloreform eml What can bo done in any way to help matters I bcliovo tho honest people of this Stato descendants of time no blest ancestry in tho world mean to do their full duty no matter what it costs and they will not for stillapotherhundred years keep up the pestiferous breeding of paupers and criminals they will npt forever in each county keep a free hotel for monthly loafers and tramps If I were to suggest specific rem edies for this enormous drunk bill I would say first give police courts power to inflict an indeterminate sentence or nt any rato to confine for drunkenness for six months as a minimum term with very low diet and hard work for tramps and rounders support judges in im posing that sentence Any less term is only n brief respite between sprees The intemperate man must first bo made to understand that he has violated tho laws both divine nnd human that ho has debased his manhood that he has defiled his body tho temple of God mill placed himself below the level of brutes that ho hits shamefully disgraced wife children and family He must bo made to realize that he cannot do this and bo nt large that it is too dangerous both to himself and to society to suffer him to live where ho pleases nnd get drunk when ho pleases in short ho must bo made to know nnd fool that n dnmknrd is an intolerable unmiti gated nuisance nnd post to bo abated at any cost like the cholera yellow fever or smallpox lie should be committed say for hrei years with possible parol say Used Millions Homes substitute articles FREE in exchange for Umbrella 2cent DressPin Set ISlioncent tamp Three pins theaet larger than shown com posed of tine rolled gold with handsome rubycolored set Suitable for 11trln cUIfpln or as child a set I SashBelt and Mention nn Tone walstmeainr when seeding a1 fromUonLatest style of Imported black Swiss grot graintetidasilver stylish Imitation tmcklo neat strong and fashionable isSliver NapkinRing For IS lion heads and 2cent Neat and- suldtanual Made of dur i able metal heavily sllver patterns Plated Two oiaerent CoinPurse- For IS lion nude and oftineois nickeledframe with strongsnap from 2c ma l1Itcd nt end of nino monthsif he shows probable reform He should bo confined on Indo terminate sentence nnd given work to do suited to his condition with studies under competent teachers His npaxitnum term of imprisonment should be Ion g This would bo a rational treat ment of the drunkard and would save hundreds of noble young men who now nro by the state coddled and nursed into permanent burdens to society Norwich Bulletin Aug 14 180U TIlL WHO OF THE SKY COUHTRt The mountain sr tan of Wmtcrn North Care linn whfru tho Southern Itiillway criiH ns tliu Alloghunuy Mountains I mo of time most Iwiiutlful on earth with cll muilc nUvuiitHcvH crond to Till country known ns TIIR bANDOP TilE SKYand In 1114 Land of tlio Sky are HltiiuUxl thr iittructlvu IleMirt of Aslievlllo Ilot Illack etc IItllI1thproIt at Mil Seasons of tlio year most advanta geous to Thu Land of the Sky In what U ktiowt aRThe Sapphire Country which U reached by the routhern Hallway via Akhnvllle Ilendrraonrllle N 0 to llrorard N IL thvnca by slupo through a wonderfully InUrotlnp country The 5nr phlru Inn on sapphire Lake furnUlien good accommodation II tulrllold Inn on Ialr Held Lake Ia a large Hotel Jut completed and being oxtuuslvvly patronized by vllt on from nil over tho United State The avenge altitude of the Happhlro Country In auOO feet nbove the are level ThU country li moat ultntctlvo not only as Summer but aliu nt a Winter and Hptlng Kc ort Folders math and other Information mall ed frwe to imv ndilrnt WM II TAYIOE O IIx u vtp Ky DISlIARCifS IHOII HERVK- WH thr mult ofliln iplenilld health Indoml tiblwlll anI tmntnilout rurcr are nor faun i where Stomach Llr r Kidneys and Uowtli at our ofonlrr Ify uwantlhqudltleu and the luconi they bring UM Dr King New Ute Ul Toeyii feforevery tower or brain and boar Only 29o drug note in of Accept no r Insist on LION COFFEE in lIb pkgsJ These mailed lion heads cut from front ofilb LION COFFEE pkgs Silk either Ladys or Gents Sent by ttpress eharres pre J aldjforl70 cads and a stamp neckpins a Buckle i a a cuuntrlcri Mountain Adjacent n b III Knickerbocker Watch Given for 175 lion head and a 2cent appearIngtime keeper Solid nlckeUllver caie with ornamental tack Nickel moTementi fullyjeweled Knickerbocker watch Ladles Watch A double strand of titI at Intervals with colored lsubstantial For IS lion 2cent tamp lealgralu leather with JIve flap to hold visiting card secure Coffee wrappers and a 2c tamp Gents Watch ruiledfreeforoo lion heads and a 2ccnt stamp The celebrated Inger toll watch item wound and stem set durable nickel plated case each accompan led by guarantee- oUhe A reliable timekeeper I Ladles PocketBook I andlateu dlvhlonsincludlna tiomShead I Table Cover 1 MaaoI I The NEW ZLCTIIuEBEIEB YARD- J A ALLEN co Contractors and Builders Stanford Wo have opened up a Lumber Yard on Lower Main Street oppo lto Pr L n Cooks We will keep on baud all kinds of llulldlng Material such lit Doom Sash llllnd H cot log Ilno Catalog and Base Corner mock Daso mucks UruRkuU Spindles Turn Column Oablu Scroll and Fancy Blilnglr different sizes In Molding Laths Shlnjrles Steel tooting und will alto keep on hand nil kind of tough dumber Wire tbnco Post and In fact everything that Is Kept lUll flst rlass umber Yard Call and Bee us It will Io to your advantage J A ALLEN rz CO THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This now the most up totUte Gallery in Central Kontuclcy having boon re cently equipped with the marvelous AnastiKinat louses j the now ilUcoverv in optlctl science wlt to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES PLATTERJust r ceved a hirgo stock of the very Uatest Designs irk JVlouldi gs1a- itrriiH never Bold In this locality before Imvo In he seen to be appreciated Suitable fur framing from the giiupiem photograph to the mot elaborate paintings Aniontr the lot In the Now French Flour DeLin mouldings spt tally for callable Mellcntu pictures Embroidered Mats French WIlier Colors nud nil pictures that re uliilre a ilnlnly frame When In Danville call and see us and get our pricey We will oavejoii money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky relteoI new Orleans Houston Galveston jand Southwestern Shreveport OllCflt and Crescent RIarJpatillO From Cincinnati the North 89 Mlles than Other Line Cincinnati New Vestibuled Trains Through Only One Cars Vicksburg Dallas etc aaalaOHAH OUtta rIONCOFEE1 I tutenlni ChainI DurableI Lace Twocxtmdne cambric handkerchiefs with beautiful ported lace medallion loser lions nets IIalf inch hem machine hemstitched and dur given Coffee cooking ceipts alto treatise labor kitchen roomlaundry tick room1and remedies diseases Given lion headland stamp Poc tltt OLY CMIIOI of Cue 4 Rourc all Texas and Points easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or over tho woe and Shorter an to Orleans Limited Hour Schedules Change to Jackson Houston San Antonio Tat etT ur uw oattAt II TNI AO CUterT 1m In the cor stylish 3H re on the of tho com for 2c nt Or are i Best Coffee for the Money Try COFFEE and you will never use pureCoffee J I Gold Rlntr For 18 I tamp lion and heads Zcent Pair of chiefs for IS lion head cut from Lion wrappers and a 2c stamp Picture Book of vain able more moo IS Boys LION Fancy Given for 10 lion heads and 2cent tamp Sixteen large pages of Mo IhvrGooiaMelodle cover We havedifferent books so you can get an as sortment Century a S a The II Easy redwood handle For 12 Uoa heads and a 2e tamp a 2cent stamp I Art Picture II Easter JI Greeting Given for 8 lion heads cut from Won Cof fee wrappers and a 2ccnttamp A highly artistic picture that the finest draw ingroom lheb- llckground of royal darkblue furnishes contrast to the little girl and her wlilte East er lilies Size- Ux281nchel For lion beads and I cents we 111Gold I Ialpeamnce IIConcohandleHandkerchiefs Apalrofthew Children5 Illustratedandwlthnicely CookBook sharpblade an- I1pproprlale will nnd 1Flower and IAmericanartistic coloring II IIThe Dancing LessonI 6 ITbePEW OP THB UON COFFER PREMIUMS Another list will IMPORTANT NOTICEI Dont miss UI The grandest list of premiums ever offered Iwheswdtingforpremluma send your letter In the same envelope or package with the lion heeds II more than 5 lion head arc sent you can 4444LCOFFEB by the wrapper Itisasealedpackasvepoet5gebytrimmingdowtrthemargln to Ask tin your grocer for large In front It U absolutely pure If the package la touted the day It leaves the factory WOOLSON SPSOE GQe r Toledo Ohio if i a u j + ii =6tE t jli THE INTErjOR JnflHNAL- i OUR ClORJODS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth If not The Weekly En t quirer wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then t every succeeding ten years The re been as follows J Year Population Year Population 111017239881 188031443321 1870 38658371 1880I 62622350 60155183 1850 23191816 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually announced in July of the census year THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anxious to engage all in a study of their coun try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu 1 tions received of the population of the United States Census as follows To the first nearest correct guess received 93000 00 To the Mooni 150000 To the third 75000 ToUwfoarth 50000 TothAlh 55000 200001TothTo the nut10 each too amounting 100000 To tht next 50 each 50 amounting to 250000 To the next 100 each 25lmOJDtingh 250000 To the next 600 each 10 mounting to 500000 To the next 1530 each S amounting to 765000 2197 cash presents amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money equally di vided Every guess on the above proposition must be accompanied by a years subscription ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to the ENQUIRERh lose a month be fore the result of the census will be known and officiallycertified by the Director of Census J at Washington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRER including guess is only t 106 a year Eleven copies and eleven guesses for 1000 For particulars see WEEKLY fullI Send all to ENQUIRER Cincinnati Ohio J A 8 PRICE ISurgeon Ky j rOll vMtRoberU Drug Store in the OwtlcT Building TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN- SSouthern VIA Railway For tbe nt Winter Season Tint SOITIIKRX HAILWAY with connection present tbe most su Iertorlebulee through ear eervice and tranipor isllon arrangements generally ertr ofleral to tbe IrsTel to Southern IJOUDLK DAILY TRAINS from Cincinnati and LouUtille Ir connection with the Queen A Cre rent lEimte rift Chattanooga Jcoup rod Tbo I1an SjtttiuTnuoroii SLEErlNo CAR from Cincinnati to JacksoDTllle with convenient connections from LouUrllle Tla KnoxTllle A hetllle and Saran rah Thia II the Scenic ule through haloun tabs of Western North Carolina Tbe Land of the Also through Sleeping caa from lie foul to JacksoiiTllle In connection with the I E A tit L k lUllroad Air lIl1ehr11 LouiiTllle and Hleerlngcars anlll City to Jacksonville via the K A lUllroad In connection i with TIIKSOvTIIKaN nAILWAY la lnrmtngha- wAtlanaJeaup and The Plant The fut Kaoul City JlcklOOYllle Limited oolrtblrtyeight hour from Klo a CIty to Alt Agents ofcoooecllo Itneeaellthrough Win ter Excursion tickets Tla THE SouTHKits RAILWAY to the Itetont of Florida and the South 1111 schedule bookletrand Information mall ed tree to an adultllS by NwrAIC A HAIKU Tray P ulAutiy W A TOIIK O P A Washington D I IITAYLOEAOJ A f a Lnulsvlllj 2lutnI Rtu1 ayli LOUISVILLE TCJ CHICAGO tTraInsMorning and Evening from Uti Station 10th and roadway Passengers desiring information and rates to vitcoiisln Minnesota Nebraska CalIi AgttPass Agt 11IFrf MontOh not for the great departed Who framed our couutrs laws And uot for the bravest hearted Who died in freedoms cause And not for Fomo living hero To whom nil bend tho knee My muse would mitlo her song of praise l But for the maul to be For out of tho strife whichwoman Is pitting through today- A man that is more than human Shall yet bo born I say A man in whose pure spirit No dross of self will lurk A man who is strong to cope with rwrong A man who is proud to work A mUll with hope undaunted A man with godlike power Shall como when ho most is wanted Shall come at the needed hour shall silence the din and clatter 110 clan disputing with clan And toils long fight with purseproud might IShall triumph through this maul I know he i coming coming To help to guide to save Though I hear no martial drumming And see no flags that wave Hut the great soultravail of woman And the bbIfl free thoughtunfit Are heralds that nasty be on the way The coming man of the world Mourn not for vanished agog With their great heroic mesa Who dwell in historys pages And live in the poets pen For the grandest times arc before us And the world is yet to see The noblest work of this oldearth In the men that are to beSe lected Cigarettes The representative of a largo south eru tobacco house who has made the mutter a study says that the extent to which drugs are used in doctoring cigarettes is appalling Time drugs impart a sweet and pleasant flavor and have a soothing effect that in a littlo time obtains a iucinating control over the smoker The more cigarettes he smokes the more he desires to smoke as is case with one who uses opium The desire grows to a passion Time smok er becomes a slave to the enervating habit To the insidious effects of the drugs is attributed the success of the cigarette By tho use of drugs it is possible to make a very inferior quality of t acco pleasant Manufacturers there fore put these vile things on tho market at a price that makes it easy for the poorest to indulge in their killing delights and boys and youths go in swprms for them What is called Havana Flavor lug lies grown to be an important article of commerce Thousands of barrels of it mire sold everywhere It is extensively used in manufacturing certain kinds of cigarettes It is nade from tho toncu bean which contains a drug called mellolotis a deadly poison seven grains of which will kill a dog Imagine the effect whichmust result from pulling that vile stuff into the lungs hour after hour The paper coverings maim fractured from filthy scrapings of rngpick ers tire oho a fruitful source ofevil to time cigarette smoker Vile as it iii it is bought up in great masses by agents of the manufacturers who turn it into a dingy pulp l1Iull111ect it to a bleaching process to make i pre euhtble The lime and other snb itniicoa used in bleaching have a very harmful influence upon the membrane of thin mouth throat and nose and it- is co cheap that a thousand cigarettes cmul be wrapped with it at a cost of two of Iitc7rArsenical preparations it is said are used in bleaching most Ignrctte papery null oil of creosote is produc d naturally as a consequence of com motion The litter linn a most inju ioUM died upon tho membrane of flip mouth throat and lungs mid i said to accelerate the development onsiimptiou in Oily ono predisposed to the disease Amoiithpicco which had been in i atria Unrolled by it smoker Its call evi the depth of about half an ijjh liiillyerell with tho dark po- ivlgtgnattid tho odor of which Avas JItQfnhlt limo pernicious stud ta r r 011 ken into tho smokers system assists to bring about the sunken cheeky time dull null listless appcaranco which nark tho slave of time cigarette Philadelphia Times NEW YEARS RETROSPECT It Shows That Jealousy Sometimes Rests on Thin Foundation 60 W ELL well 10 this Is New Years day said Mr Spoon ereDo yon remember bow we quarreled this day one year ago Itcmemlxrl I think I doltried his wife Why the cards were ordered when it happened and I didnt know whether could have your name taken out and Dicks inserted in cate I changed my mind In cue I changed mine you mean dear Strange that I never suspected how much poor Dora cared for me until that day Im sun the bad concealed it very well the way ahe ran after Dick as if he ever had eyes for anybody but mel He nevet told hit love but a womans intuition waa A synonym of vanity dear Of I couldnt help knowing that abe care for me when I met her in the boardinghouse parlor with her eyes full of tears on oNeTins DAY AGO the very morning after you bad told Marie her dearest friend that wt were to be married in a month Humph that girl would cry about any thing Ive known her to cry when the vil lain in the play was killed at if a villain could expect anything else in the last act But as soon aa I saw Dick that morning I knew that he knew it Why his necktie had slipped around under one ear and his voice es he wished me a happy New Year was so sad that J felt guilty though my conscience told me that I had not encouraged him Youve forgotten how you wed to praise the shape of his head As if that meant anything A girl only praises the shape ofa mans head when ahe cannot find anything else to natter him about Itit means no more than it does when she tells a small man that he re sembles Napoleon But when I remem bered that you had once gone down on the floor in your new trousers to pIckup Doras handkerchief I knew that I had been cnlelly deceived So when you reproached me about Dick I I remember how badly I felt when the to m Xew Years with the foreever Marie came in and I could only go sadly away without telling her that I should al ways be a brother to And poor Dick I aged him if there was anything I could do for him he replied Yes but just then the maid came in with a note for him and he said he mutt go at oneI think he wished to be alone with his sorrow Then you came in and instead of sharing my pity fir him you himor Hut wasnt it odd that before I left you forever Mist Marie should come inand tell us that Dora an4 Dick were engaged Ive often won dered how it happened that they decided to console eachother And so have I Why here is Marie now rarieldotimes Do you remember last New Years day and Indeed I do Ive just been to tee Dora and she was talking about it She and Dick quarreled last New Years Eve about the date of their marriage and almost parted forever They think you both mutt nave guessed it I remember that Tom was in the parlor with Dora when I ran In on New Years morning to tell her of your engagement She had been on the point of asking him to help her to make up with Dick And when she told me about it I wrote him a note telling him that I believed she would forgive him if he came at once That note found him at your house Irene where h6 had gone to ask your aid as peacemaker Odd wasnt it KIJBA ARMSTRONG TriiRlc VI shan not see you till another year Has dawned he said Oh tickle mold she turned not pale with fear She laughed Instead This seems a tragic lay till we remember It occurred the thirtyfirst day of Decem ber N Y TruthILow RATES TO Tim NORTHWEST 7 Motiontroute from Louisville to potato In zoos British Columbia Colorado Ida bo Iowa Manitoba Michigan Minne sota Montana Nebraska New Mexico North und South Dakota Utah Wash ington Wisconsin and Wyoming and return at ono faro for dime round trip plus 82 on Jan 10th Feb Gth anti Otb Mar Gib and 20th und April Jd and 17th Unit rnto for chlldron between live and 12 inclusive Tickets good 21 daya returning Pull particulars of your local ticket agent or cheerfully furnished with maps und echudulc t y K II Bacon D P A Loulnvjllo Ky If the render of this should chance to know of any ono who is subject to attack Iof blllom colic lie can do him no greater Chantberlensfalways gives prompt relief For alo by Craig locker Rev 0Blockhouse quit the horse business and bus returned to Uapilat preaching at Htllsboro Wood ford county The 83 annual report of the American bible Society showa 352017 total ret ceipta may year nod 1380892 copies of the Bible issued A CHRISTMAS SURPRISE How a Rejected Suitor Cot Even with His Successful Rival 0 MY cousin Robert has written that he is sending us a little Christmas surprise said Mrs Meekmild for the tenth time felt sure that if he could once be duced to visit our happy little home he would forget that ah treated him rather unkindly tu eloping with you on the very day which was to have seen me hit bride To be sure left a note saying that I felt I could never have made him perfectly happy Had he been a magnanimous person he would have been satisfied with such a handsome apology but he was not Not at all sighed her jiutband he was most inconsiderate He However a womans tart has bridged the difficulty as usual I flatter myself that dida clever and original thing in naming jne of the twins for him Who would be so TIll LID WAS OFF BOX AT LAST apt to appreciate such a compliment at a richold bachelor Id like to know No one Im sure Rut he thawed aa won at he had teen our lix little cherub How he laughed when little Josiah rode on my back and playfully Licked we in the eyed And how merry he was when Ariadne spilled milk on my best dress What a pleas ure it must have been to witness such felic ity To be sure am sorry that he happened to hear your remarks when my dress makers bil came in but And I had rather that he had been out of earshot when you told me your honest opinion of a man who could not match embroid cry silks better than I after he had been married ten years However this is mere detail I remember his rage when he found that I had married his little fairy at be called you Odd isnt it that he has forgiven me now that you weigh twice as much Humph I may weigh a few pounds more but my hair is intact and that is more thanAnd now be is sending ua a Christmas box 1 wonder what it contains The chil dren will bo up at daylight to find out Well prosperity will not change uII Never Even though I ant able to drew as well aa our own hired girl I shall not in slit that you write it Xmas instead of Christmas nor shall I call it appendicitis when little Rufus has eaten too much pie 1creonally I expect tickets to Europe Tickets to Europe and such a poor sailor that the sight of a marine In water colon gives me seasickness Nonsense he has sent us the deed to a ranch in Texas A ranchand so afraid of cattle How mean of you to think of such a thing Ill never live on a ranch And shall certainly not go to Europe I thai and Ill never speak to youagaiu ThereEven your yoke would not reach from Europe to Texas Hut here is the express man and youll see that I was right That 1Will dear What a huge box Im glad that he forgave us just at Christ rues when he need not check his generosity That trip to Europe Texas you mean The lid was off the box at last and a silence fell upon them a the gifts were opened When the last one lay before them they Hung themselves despairingly into each others arms The villain said he had forgiven uIIIlle cried lie can afford tolie is avenged he box contained One music box which played only ragtime one drum a fife three horns a toy piano six packages of dynamite crackers one Chinese gong a toy pistol and a card ou which was written With Cousin Roberts best withes for a very merry Christmas A Knlr iiIinimSow doth the callow youth prepare To show he madly loves By sending to his lady fair A Christmas box or gloves But ah relentless cruel fate The maiden Is not smitten And aa ahe must reciprocate She gives that youth the mitten L A W nulletln A Tcmtiiiii IUMsmiKvr Whats your little brother ciyin for lie hung up his stocUin last night and Santy Clans brought him a little brother but ho wanted a dnttnlrAdiea Home Journal Sonllil ulIlIBaymold Storey What are you going to give your wife lor a Cliriitmps present rudder lilann1m to find out which site would rather havea tender young turkey or a new ut of teeth Chicago Tribune r I FEBRUARY IQOO SUN WON TUEMB 78U FHI SAT 12 3 4 5 C 7 8910II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 JO 21 22 23 24 25262728w l w SONSTANFORD KY Ii The Recognized Loader In Time Following Articles Carriages Buggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and Avery Plows Harness A t TIle L017est JuicesfEj5EED OATS FOR SALE When You Need tt Paints Be Oils r ConsultICraig Hocker Stanford Call Phone No 10 Higgins Si McKinney t STANFORD KY For Farm Machinery Wagons Buggies I Salt Lime Cement Stoves Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sowing Machines A Specialty Four FastTrains TO Toledo DetroitAND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS iawtn 4 traIns every weekday 3 trains on Sunday Hillman and Wagner SCel en on ntght train Vettlbulnl Parlor Cars on day train c= s 10 trilns 4 tMliu erywuukkyy TO INBIANAFOLISAtutnaererywskday To CHICAGO r Vesllbtilol trains Standard and CnmRit neat IIllteplng Curx Tartar Cats and Cafe Dining Curs JI BSTERSHonDJBtewttJustkeofUSSup me Court VV r great stand INTERNATIONAL arlauthority t excels In thoenAo with which the eye finds the DICTIONARYnorleoughtJlnaccurocyordennuonmeacrt k S nnC comprehensive ttatcracnta ot facts and la- Ov S use u a dictionary pcetmenpa7uetcsentonappmcafton il t cMerriAm Co PublukeriSprin f IJ MM U S A L l ii fqINTERIOR JOURNAL NPORD KVjlKD 9 1900 0 WALTON BUSINESS ALNAOBK I d IE boat materials combined with t skill and accuracy Insure good No other method arc over fInour proscription work Penny Store r ERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP ia ALICB ALCOIIN has our thanks V Ito Manila papers UN to the wife of D M Ander of Prcacbersvllle a girl r 188 JANB LYNK of J samlnc Is guest of Miss Fannlo Shanks It JT TKIIIY has had a severe ick of rheumatlun but Is Improving fl41880101l0IA LBW18 Is studying 9 art under Mls Sa i 1y tkt D SJonNSON of the West 1 left Tuesday for Texas to pros mm two months confinement Mattlo Withers Is able to bo out IJ In Iltri O II PAINE and children of aon arrived yesterday to visit her i enw Mr and Mrs W PTuto MIIiI themlhero us that boys thero were doing lots of prac log for the minstrel performance jy will give soon J 0 HOIurKMAK whb has succcss s fly managed the electric light plant Lebanon for several years has oved w CaUcluburg where bo will TO charge of tho plant j VlLt KBNSEUY was hero a few days to vend our paper to his brother t lo II Kennedy who has just rotten f with Contractor Uelnhart itjjalaaro Indebted to our friend Will rl land for a list of subscribers got 3 by him In Lexington Ho also res the absence of a domooratlo f there and thinks there le a for In the establishment of one by the it man t nrultllng for his paper Dr P P ahuart of Sterling Kas surgeon ho Missouri Paclflo railroad says ac democrats and populist In this iltyto a man stand Orm for Deck nd I have yet to hoar a repub offer any exouso for Taylor banded and Insurrectionary acid ONO those from hero who attended coral of GOT Goebol at Frank yesterday wore Mcsir U on Harvey Helm M K Baugh J P Bailey J W Uaughroan j rOil McClary Cabboll Owens J U jnJrJH Meier Oscar Huffman t f Logan Wood W W Withers TKMlLKTiXA8 paper says that l S It Kennedy who Is a brother of IsM C Williams of this place has 1 t jq promoted from a dill patchor on 0 Santa Fe to train roaster of the julhorn dlvlslonwhlch Includes three anchcs The paper pays Mr Kcnne high compliment and adds ml- tny friends will rejolco at his tuna all the morO na they realiz- It It Is a reward of merit ahoy w- illfk for honors now and greater still LOCAL HAPPENINGS JEW Battonburg material at Sever t i ft Sons HB latest designs In stationery at IIi ft Hookers VI will glvo top prices for call yes Hill S Beck JtOAlNS In sewing machines fort 10 days Warren L Shanks i NOW Is the time to buy a Dalm Corn Jrusher Illggln McKiney A DOG belonging to John Chrl troan bit Mr W S Warren on one of his t making a painful sore FTEU several days ot rain durlcg ch the mercury got almost to70 ItI a tumble lust night and this mor md gotten al low as 20 IE democratic girls of Stanfo ala College nro getting up a fun toward erecting a monument to Goobol They made up about 110 VT themselves und are working 1ar the good cause tW C Greening has bought M Glvcnn his residence and llv atablo building tn Hustonvllle for 111230 Mr Greening will Jlko t up a buslnciS house whore the lento stands men is It a lie or a bluff about the Na moving Its shops and olllccs jm Louisville Coming from the ulsvillo Post and Dispatch as the ws did certainly nobody will believe ire Is any truth In thostatement t id thoro boon those papers woe have mentioned It IINCOLNS Tiuiium Tho Courier mrnal makes special mention of tbIt ral tribute sent from this county t both beautiful and costly being a shaft of mixed powers with a Ito dove perched on the top holding ta bill a pink streamer with this in iptlon Sympathy of the democrats Incoln county NICE lino of dinner sets lust In at Gco II Farris Gos NEW stock of bracelets hearts and nil kinds of jewelry at Hamiltons Quit stock of buggies and road wa gonl Is oven Cull In and see them Wearen Drop THE Laurel county fair grounds will b6 sold next Monday at London Sco ad In this paper CLOVKntimothy grass red eckindsIP you neat to live I caue If you live to eat weve jot lots of good things Warren Shanks c OLD MOCK WmsO D Wcath crford has u contract for full control end solo of Old Mock Whisky In HUB tonvlllc H C Mock A CHANGE I have my rented my residence I now occupy for a smaller one and next Monday at court house will dispose of some furniture Mrs Kate Duddcrar Bio BAItE CWalton of this olllce has bought of Mr J C Hays a jnuo180314000 for GOo Tin L k N otllco hero uses nearly 1001 revenue stamps monthly It takes no little time to cancel that number and Agent Rico like the rest of us would bo mighty glad to see the act rc calcd IT was pouring do vn rain at the time but It did not protect a good crowd of people assembling at the court house expressionoutraged at Frankfort ticSbcltonDunn of Rowland numbering eady a dozen members Is down with s of the light form that has been In that section no Long WE had great difficulty in getting our special through from Louisville Tuesday delaying us a couple of hours but Mr Joe S Rico worked manfully for us and laid us under additional ob llgatlon By the way Mr Rico tolls us that tho London operators handled that day and night 20817 words for the dallies A 0 SINE willbcgIn onto to build n modern twosiory residence with tower and other ornaments for W H Higgins to coat 3000 Hu takes In part pay tho John McRoborts property Jn front of the College Mr Higgles present residence will be torn down and the now one built on Its site Tilt follow Yon Arx who started a cheese factory at Ottcnhcim and work cd several of our merchants before be skipped out and who played a similar game in LouUvlllo und got caught tried lo play crazy while In jail there i but the court decided ho was shamming and remanded him back to jail He was tried Wednesday ad gluon two years for horse stealing dITS going to takoa great deal more than the repeal of the Goobel election law tn elect another set of republicans In Kentucky Tho sore and flipQo- demucrati are alone responsible for tho rads carrying tho State oven on tho taco of the returns and oven they have seen enough mlscule nod usurpation t mako them sick of tho gang they havo lately asoclatcd themselves with THE movement to eofunds by ular subscription for a handsome mon ument to Kentuckys greatest stave man is tepidly assuming largo propor done Gov McCrearyand Col D It Murray havo had the subscription tlHcatc printed which uonlaln tho last words of Gov Goobel Toil my friends to bo bravo and tearless and loy al to the great common people and Is expected that the latter will respond with an enthusiasm unprecedented tt9 the subscriptions are limited to 81 Tho ladles will also raise a toad in tho same way Mrs M C Suulloy has been des ignated to receive s subscriptions this county from thorn and the writer from subdsent us bo acknowledged In this paper Do not walt to bo called on but subscribe at once THKOAT CUTF F Brockman cam- w town Wednesday with a gosh in hl throat almost from ear to car and sho ing signs of having bled profusely Ho says that ho Bob Bowlla and TO Leisure went lo the house of Air Crabtrco In the knobs and that alto they had been there a short time Lola uro pulled his pistol and brandished over Mrs Crabtrco who was sick na tying in bed Brockmnn protected against each doings and ho and ono the girls attempted to got him away wenIdJust then Bowlln who halls from Orchard Jumped up pad drove a kul Into Brookman nook making a gash Qvo inches long and barely missing tho jugular Brockman says ho never had been at Mrs Crabtrcos before and did not know the character of tho house Marshal Shannon arrested Bowlin yes today and ho was hold in bond to an examining trial Monday LONG IN TUB HAKNESS Mr W P Walton had just celebrated the 25b anniversary his connection with tho iNTKHton JOURNAL at Stanford He bought the plant from its founders Hilton S Campbell Mr Walton Is one of tho most vigorous and graceful writ ors lathe SUite and his caper is a model of country journalism LouUvlllo Times CXTopeople In tho West EoJ wero to con tribute to tho fund to send a floral don to be placed on Gov Gocbela rave we glvo this paragraph from a letter from George D Weatbcrprd of Hiiitonvlllc who sent a chuck for 81360 We could have raised twice neccuuryEoryolle MoKlnney anti Turnerevlllo admirers of tho dead statesman scot down 81250 as a contribution to the popular lund The list Mr Weatherford sent shows that 75 Hustonvlllo and Morcland pco pie contributed Wo would print the hat If space permitted Our poulo ul so responded llbarally SOlar the entertain menU offered by K H Bcuzley ft Co bare greatly pleue all who have attended The Josh Picture Play Wcdnos night was ono of tbo boat of tbn series In addition to the pictures ol tho play Mr Arthur C Colt gave number of moving pictures such as the charge at San Juan and others while tile songs or Miss Evelyn Roth were also beautifully illustrated The per peiiiuula performances of Miss Pearl oeryhueeiiihukiasm The next and last of th Hcazlay tsetse will be Dr Wlllctts lecture March 10 A NUMI1KK of Baptist hero say that lobo Western Recorder will no longs a welcome visitor to their fireside nolsemblance of evasion shall urova tbat bo did not say I am sorry Goebel was eflot I wanted to see him banged A Baptist at Brodbcad writes that he hopes iho doctor will clear himself If Innocent but If not too much condom Thoipubilibedwas made the Recorder ot yesterday contains not a lino in refutation of It nor docs it mention the assassination editorially at all On the other band lobo Baptist Argus denounces tho deed and says a stales ramsom If necessary should bo spent to bring the assassin to justice LINCOLN CITIZENS SPEAK AMBETINO of the citizens of Lincoln county called to express their sonll pants on the cowardly assassination of Gov Gocbcl and Taylors infamous acts of lawlessness and usurpation was held Wednesday afternoon Hon R C War non explained its object and moved that Joseph B Paxtou Iraq be chosen chairman It was so ordered unanl mously and Dr E J Brown was math secretary On motion a committee of five consisting of non R C Warren Judge Jamey P BallcyO P Nowland M S Baiigbmun and W P Walton woro appointed who reported as lob lows In the exercise of onr right and dui at freemen to peaceably assemble an apif unpreeodontedKentucky we citizens of Lincoln coun tl In mass meeting assembled at lobo court house at Stanford on the 7lh des of February 1000 uninfluenced by actualcdl and fair namn of the Commonwealth do resolve 1 That ihe recent aseembllng of a n andrIn the Slalo buildings where and while the General wuia re coney and a crime again free institutions 2 That tho natural if not lobo Intend ed culmination of these procccdlnga was the murder by an assassin conceal cd in iho executive building which had been conyoricd Into a bivouac for iho mob of Wm Gocbcl a lawful contest oat by lawful methods for the olllco governor and a Senator In the General Assembly while he was peaceably pro chamber hoaan anwon us as coward nbeet Il urn unmeaaured d ordering it w London for defying 01the courts practically suspending the writ of habeas corpus and hla Doll dastardly course 5 That we pledge ourselves to supportfo with an earnestness which showed how icrmlned our people aro In ffo calls lions R 0 Warren and HarVoy Helm made fooling speeches u Ing the victim of tho conspirators assassination and denouncing Taylor damnable acts then and sloes in a fo ethic and eloquent manner SLAUOHTKU Tho following dis patch was received this morning M ontgomery Ala Pcb 8Mrs L J Slaughter died at my house at 615 shippedfromhere Saturday about noon Funeral will proceed from train J I McKIn noy Mra Slaughter was the mother of the late D O Slaughter and a very woman ONE OP TAYLOKS MENMarshal- oeJ A Shannon of Crab Orchard was down yesterday afternoon and told us of arresting In Jackson county Dr W R Johnson wanted In Guthrie Okla bomB for forgery and Lebanon Mo- orf swindling in a land tends The officer strapped him on a horse and made him ride before him toward East Bern sladi whore they were to take the train for this place but while riding in the dark Mr Shannons horse fell at Johnson taking advantage of it made his escape When Mr Shannon went to blfl house Dr Johnson was gettin ready to pull some teeth for a patient and seemed not a bit surprised when the officer told him ho had a writ for him Johnson Is one of tho men Taylor pardoned at Frankfort before trial for carrying concealed weapons and Mr Shannon thinks that ho may have had something to do with tho assassi ona 0f robbing Urn of 91G7 He la rather a good looking fellow 25 or 30 years old six feet tall and has not the appearance of a mountaineer hole said to have verybadAndy Tllford in Rockcastla several Territorysa roan once ante In the capacity of a U S marshal somo where out West UNO AND STOCK Smith L Noll bought six aged mules In Adair at 8W J AL Hill will have on the market Monday six mare mule sugar colts Horace Bbwman sold to Georgo Co gar 20000 pounds of hemp at 8470 Advocate Robert McAHstcr has bought alarm ot 340 acres near Walnut Hill in Fay site at tol G M Slier Is back ram Mississippi where ho sold a carload of horses a eto to 125fGeorge T Wood bought the 25 700 pound yearlings advertised by H T IIuab at 4fc They were a One lot Cattle rfbld at 2 to Co at Richmond PantographGood D A Twaddlo sold to Wm Knight of Pondleton county the Reid farm near Klng vllleontelnlng 100 acre for troo Bcazlcy Bros told to Jordan Son of Atlanta two plug horses for S90 S T Harris sold to same a harness geld log for 3125 M S Baugbman la using his fast Nn both pacer on the road and ho Is Indeed a great roadster Ho ran pace miles In 15 and trot them In three minutes is as gentle as a dog and as handsome as a picture Ho Is worth 81000 of any willbuysome fancy offers for him SUand 87750 to Powell L Harp or a pair of Idband mare mules for 8205 10 Edgar Reynolds a mare mule J51banda plug horse for 845 They bought of andyCHURCHES AND PREACHERS The C W B M will meet In the lecture room of the Christian church next Sunday at 3 oclock Mr J A Hammond telephoned us yesterday that Rev Georgo Gowen will preach at the Christian church Hubble at 11 A M Sunday Rev R B Mahonys meeting at Per doveltogreat there has ono addition to yesterday PUBLIC SALE l will sell publicly In Ctah Orchard on Wednesday Fob 14 I9OO fAt oVlock the following jropfrty Iwlonglne to the mate of llolwrt Fish d l one barber clulr lOlIIllel outlit of rubber toot good work hone twohorse wagon Ollvw Chllrd plow No barrow Ac Tcrnn nude known on lal ofsafe J A SHANNON AJnir Itobt Kih FAR9I AT AUCTION I will cell on ont County Court Day Feu 12th to the highest l dJ rtt tho court hnue 05 Acres of Land for tub ailjolnlax h H Baughman and J 8 locker plkflOU Stanford Kjr VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE H not sold privately beforehand I wlll on Monday Feb lath 1900 r0At the front door of the iCourtHousol In highesthOmalndor In 13 und 18 months equal pay menu with 0 per cent Interest from date of purchase till property known as Laurel County Fair Grounds About i of u tulle SorthoC London If COIIIIIIIIIIII about5 acres Ill under fence und commodious Amphlthentro an- trnek d0IMLarge outliulldlnps Escellentracing A louts and Garden lot proportyr lrol Laurel County fair Co u JACK SALE AT DANVILLE KY qMaple ProrJluyer from nil points will bo on hood trEnlrles must be rondo at once lily nextSale will occur April 119 II and J Hear this In wind THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do the nest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I The Best Liver Kidney and yearshasCure Dyspepsia Indigestion ChronicHeadacheAnd the great majority of ailments caused by a Torpid Liver DOES NOT 1TATTSEATB OR GHIB rIiaBut acts gently on the liver 25 willnevergW B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Kys WINTERIs nearly gone and in order to mere room for our Spring Stock we will IQse OutAny thing in Winter Clothing Overcoats Odd Pants Underwear Boots Heavy Shoes Overshoes Lined Gloves Duck Coats in tact all heavy g6ods at Less Than Wholesale Prices Give us a call ponmanoqt Cummins Me Clary FurnisherstS The Royal Worcester Corsets Are the highest typo of Corsets produced iaiAmerica s THE nowAGER FoJ stout figures has no equal A Complete Line Just In orSummer JOHN P JONES StanfordI mfl IWeAre Making A Great Runtic specialti it1 On seasonable Dry Goods for your early sewing See tho values in Bleach Cotton st 0c 7Jd New Linens Turkey Red Damask fast color 25c to 60c Halt Bleach Linens 48c GOc and 05c The above goods wear so well and look so much better than the color I rfulDONT BUY YOUR SHOESUntil you see our lino of Mens Shoes at 4112 to f2 Entirely stock Just in We carry a line of Reliable Footwear for men and children newI SEVERANCE a SONSCL- 1L7fJfl iIfwl1ri f rYi trlyJ tt1 fioofflreegi fMt oesr is THE tNt PSYu oSlror7lranTygeufriliny Tltgra fiend For reR109flG a laoui ryillcKyI x iL J THE INTEHIORJOORHAL nered n tilt poelojjlce at Stanford at teconddau matter j publluh dTu odeeyo wad 7ixtdoVu 1 PER YEAR CASH aw When not sopaldSiaOO will b charted H MIIKENT- UCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 5 Amlree at Stanford at 108 4 Learn Stinford at 210 So 21 Arrl es at Rowland at 1200 DAT No22 Lave Stanford at 280 P t KNOXVILLE DIVISION North Mam- 241amoUTraingoing e u u South H12 i m M ItHHU2 pro For alllPolnta BOHOn TICKETS SOLD- IUGOAOE CHECKED THROUGH For any Information enquire ol JOE S RICE Agent Stanford Kr FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI vTrttnileaTa i1IO AM 340 r and r connecting at Georgetown with IhaQ a C Retnrnltiir Irate Iarlo at 970 uandSMO p reaching Fnnkfort after connecting with Q AC tralniat 1U20 AM7lUr Manil9I5 p The latter train laves for Oenrcetown at 7tll r JllKEVTONU V A QUEEN Ie CRESCENT Train going SoulhrJunclton City Jfo does not toPl o P 1122 AM No 9 ijOS p lining South No2 doesnt atop No 548 No 125 P No 0 The Time Com a to every elderly woman when an 1m placeThisfJchangeDreadfulconsumption are often contracted at this time MoELREPS Wine ofCartful strengthens and purifies the entire system and brings the sufferer safely over these pitfalls Its effects have been wonderful It is d for all menstrual troubles bnt is especially recommended at this your druggist for the famous Wine of Cardui ftoo a bottle requfrlngspecialdirections visory Department The Chatta ChattanoogaTWJ THOMAS J COOPER Tupelo lSh- scrapMy alster auflertd from IrretTilar and painful menstruation and doctors not relieve her Wine of Cardui entirely cured 1m sad alto helped my mother through the Cbanctof LIfe Th uthern Mut Investment Company Df Lexington Ky Plan INSURANCE REVERSED WeirayiWhllsIYou Live Old Line Companies Pay When You Die TtOSOOOpald lnltlpgbeneSteOver and Surplus luilNKS WEAKEN Local Agent SMITH UUMAN Secy Stanford Ky Lexington Ky DR R COLDSTEJN TIIK 0 Celebrated Eye Specalist OF Louisville KentuckyW- ill be at the Veranda Hotel Stanford Satur day Feb 24th Returning one day in each month Bjm Exualnii and Glum Scientifically Adjusted a J+ + YJC l1A Y TJHDERTAEER Manufacturer and Dcalear In- BArXX8B SADDLES to Stanford Ky 1 CLARENCE COLEMAN WRITES ENTERTAININGLY FROM SIN OAlOKE MALAY PENINSULA DEC 29 Thirteen days sailing brought us from Aden to Singapore the capital city of the Malay Peninsu la This Is one of the prettiest foreign sides I have seen Singapore is on tho Strait of Malacca and Is the key to the China Sea We camp through tho stalt last night and today Wo sail ed very slowly as It has tbo name ot being one of the most dangerous chan note on the globe on account of sandbanks The strait Is dotted with numerous islands densely covered with vegetation and those guides to marl ners light houses can be teen on nearly every Island Wo didnt stop at ColemboasI wrote we would in my Aden letter Passed the island of Ceylon Christmas eve Ceylon Is the gem of the sea and Is known far and wIde for Its spices etc We saw no land at alt Christmas day but Instead saw turkey cranberries dressing etc and tho beauty of It all was we got all we wero looking for Though I am playing the role of a soldier I am still a child a aero kid and I nerd forget to hang up my stock- Ings I woke up to find them full ol flour and not having the proper ingre fonts for a biscuit I had to cast it overboard We passed the Nlcobar Is lands Wednesday DEC lOWo wero anchored in the bay from noon yesterday until 7 oclock this morning when we pulled up to the docks where we are coaling This If Saturday night and today was one I will never forget We went ashore planting our feet on terra firma for the first time in 41 long days Wo fairly taken In Singapore Despite tho tact I barely have the price to post this letter I wouldnt miss seeing what I have In thejpast 24 hours for a cool 1 000 I could write several columns ot descriptive matter concerning tbo sights of Singapore and vicinity but space forbids It I will never forget ono of the principal thoroughfares of tbo city Coleman Street There are 50 Chinamen in this city to one of other nationalities The horseless carriage is yet a curiosity In America but I saw no lets than 1000 today They were drawn by China menWe heard the first news from tho Phllllpptnes today we have had since we left the States and if it be true it is a serious blow to the Americans Wo heard that Gen Lawton had been pIck- ed off by a Fllllplno sharpshooter We leave the port early tomorrow and wilt be In Manila In five days when we expect to be put on the firing line as soon as assigned Singapore Is a much hotter city than Manila as we are now just off the equator hardly half a de tree Just think of lOOln the shade on thu 30th of December I havent seen any snow at all this winter nor wont Everybody goes barefooted and almost naked here Tropical fruits nuta eld go for a song- I must close and go up on deck for fresh air For the first time since I was old enough to think I am In total ignorance as to who is governor of Old Kentucky When I left tho States both Goebel and Taylor were elected by safe pluralities while Bradley was to hold over Will write again In a week or 10 days from Manila CLARENCE COLEMAN KlNGSVlLLE The cruel assassina tion of Gov Goebel has occasioned great grief among the people e the best people of this vicinity Miss An nie McKee one of our most charming young ladles has returned home iron Colville where she has been teaching school Dr O M Thompson Is ex pected ro arrive today from the South Mr John Watts and eon Master WII lie returced Sunday to HarrIman Tenn after a few days visit to bis father Mr W O Watt who has been very Ill Martin Singleton has returned to his home In Indiana Messrs Ma jor Smith and Jas Sweeney have disposed of their property here and mov ed with their families to Martlnsville Ind John Howe Is at home from Wil more on a visit Mack Williams hat gone to Frankfort Claude Pennyback er of Somerset Is here on a visit to his mother Tom Upthegrove nC S fireman was hero last week visiting friends Ed Casey visited his mother here Sunday E M C MILLIONS GIVEn AWAY It li certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to hi Itneroul to the needy and ulferlng The proprle ConuUlplloDCougbland lion trial bottles of this Kroat and hart the satisfaction of knowing it bu absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cues Asthma Hoarseness and all disrate ol the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely eured b It cn on Penny Druggllt and get a Gee trial tattle Reltular size pricerefundedOld Charlie Moore has made a prop oaitlyn to ministers to allow them to conduct tbo Blue Grass Blade a month If they will allow him to run a rellg ous paper one week BRAVE MEN FALL Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles a ell u women and a feel the reaulU la toes or ap blood backache nerTOuinms Iscbeandtired lirtleurundownfeeling Hut Ihere no need to reel like that Listen to W Gardner Idarllle Ind lie ups Electric lilt rundownappthananything and have a new lease on life Only cents at Pennys prug Store Every Uttle guar anteed In plentifulNew nrtsra t tiMweowswsf MONTICELLO NERd TOO LATE FOR LAST ISSUE Oatts Bros have purchased a portion of the Hardin estate upon which they Intend to erect a bankIMr Roland Osgood has a plan 10room residence which will be ercctI- cd as soon as the lumber can be sawed on Michigan Avenue between Capt Tuttles and the creek The Penn Lubricating Co of Brad ford Pit has purchased the pipe lino extending from Cooper on Beaver Creek In Wayne county to South Somerset whero they will erect a re fineryMr Thcotge of Wellflvllle passed through last week on hit way to Slick ford Wayne countywhero ho has been commissioned by James S Rogers of Boston to shoot an oil well on Otter Creek Dr J F Young has received an ap pointment in the Interior department and will remove his family to Wash ington in a few weeks Mrs Martha Duncan has sold her property hero and with her family left for Missouri P M Bernald has gone East for a couple of months He has been boring wells at Coopersvlllo and looking after the Interests of the Wilson Oil Company Mr R L Johnson of Henderson and Miss Augusta Legrando Phillips of this place were united in marriage on Feb 1 Rev J Wendell Blackburn oltlclattng They left Immediately for Louisville where they will spend a few days and thence to Henderson They wore the recipients of many handsome rpresents striking evidences of thel popularity The brldo will be missed by her many friends and all join us In wishing the happy pair a joyous union Dr C A Cox of Stanford was ming ling with friends hero last week Miss Belle Oseood has joined her father hero and will have charge of the telephone exchange Ed Baker of Knoxville has arrived and will take charge of tbo hardware department in J H Shear ers Milton Cotfey left for Chattanoo ga last week where ho expects to en gage In the hardware business John Phillips after attending the Johnson Phillips wedding returned to Chatta nooga CAPITAN SEW MEXICO In ordering her paper changed to the above place Mrs Cornlo Cooper Gillette writes Dr Gillette has been ap- poInted surgeon for the New Mexico Fuel Co here This Is a new mining camp not oneyearold yet but grow ing rapidly It is right in the heart ot the mountains at an elevation of 0500 fet and five miles from Fort Stanton whero the government sanitarium for cbnsumpUes Is The country Is beau ful and climate perfect We have bad very little cold weather Dr Gillette adds a postscript as fol low Tell Peyton and Carpenter to come out This is a great place for a summers vacation and for tuburcular patients it cant be beat The Coal Co has finally decided to lay out a town and surveyors are at work today We predict a second Birmingham Wo rave not only tho coal but the Iron AN EblTOKS LIFE SAVED BY CHAMBERLAINS COUUH REMEDY During tho early part of October 1890 I contracted bad cold which settled on my lungs and was neglected until I fear ed that consumption had appeared in an incipent state I was constantly cough ing and trying to expel qomclhlng which I could not I became alarmed and after giving the local doctor a trial bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Ilomcdy and the irsult was immediate improvement and after I had used three bottles my lungs were restored to their healthy state 8 8 Edwards Ptblisbeer of The Review Wyant For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists EVKUYTH1SO LOOKS BLUE blUou mp is trul tho paradodJaTo a after swallowing ahueBut on a roseate Ied licePal NATUIIE IS A IASTMISTItESS- In abe cant make seed the art of haling but ground She cant mata lwllh grow atorpldlteer on barren hoe tier a lilt with the lied Circle Illl do the rest THE CiODS OF LOVE AND WAIt liver need Iten lion AlIk ihell eroreegulatornpaarr excellence Is the lied Circle Pill CANNED DEE ASD IIUT Alit diet for a blllou soldier take a mighty be dlgesled when a lied Circle lIut even tbi mar every night THE HOES OF BLISS when seen through eyes thatbrlgbUyglowMore Nothing dean the vision w bate no bite well u the ltal Circle THEYnBWOHTtl JSOO AIIECE bolls and carbuncles some people say These dont take Circlesoyou value them Fills lost your boll- sTHEAIEAKE3TMAN ON EARTH were It Dot for the fact Might that deserve he could some get rid ol his bile by taking a Kd Circle fill every night A 1100000 HOUSE Is a appreciate his luxurlM with If a he followed the dl lit might Circle Fillsrectlons on a of lied A MYRIAD SPOTS with If torpid liver Herof woman the face aOn beauty may be redeemed by ted Circle Fills TILE FINEST COMPLEXION POWDER In the world Is not a powder at all It Is the lied Finn county attorney I of Frank a reward of Iln has offered personally 11000 for the arrest or conviction of who made them Mnr sperson ori uu the life of William Goe attempt upon bel or of any ono who had any connection with the crime Harvey Henderson from Carter county charged with housebreaking and Millard Ayres from Whitley for murder escaped from the Rouses of Reform la Fayetto Sunday night YiaYWlY tawabslc OLTPkSHOO ITbe Ultra shoe for women represents very small margin of profit in a single pair Your continuous patronage will amply compensate us for selling you auc- blR good shoe as low as 350 will find the same style and goodness in every II Ultra shoes are best because theyre best way through Best materials best skilled workmanship best styled i best fin ish and detail possible to procure Best price to nil IJoSOo IN ALL- STYLES PRICE JOpair HI J McRoberts WRITS WAmuriiitii oar RAVllFURS A Z BUBEHABDT Main sod Second- OiK01NNATl O To our Patrons We use now ojen with our fall SPRING STOCKaS- urh as Dry 0no1t Notions CloMnz Riots und Shoes UI and Fur listing We have alto aided to our Iron a full Ineol Carpets Mattings Rugs Wladow Shadtt etc We are still In the lead and- alwsywillbwlhlowprreaoneverythpg men Uonrd almre COME AND SEE tn 1 nd you will Sod e mean what we say WI thank you lor past hirers and solicit your luluit patromgv RHCKET1STOR6 The Cheapest Store In the Country W B PENNY D D 51 STANFORD ICY tVOffico at Residence on Lancaster Street PUBLIC SALE 01A Valuable Farm And Residence Tuesday Mardi 27 1900- If sot sold privately before that the premises at oclock abeil without reserve niy of lout AC1IKS situated on the Biantord turnpike near Diuvllle Boyle county Ky The Improvements thereon consist of a two and a half storjr tone with II room and roolU anti dr figure under the entire hous- eservantsquartersicehouse cistern extra large neyerhl large well sproInl ed inside together with carriage house andcow hou e and one 50 by foot barn fencing on entire place Is in good condition and Is made up of atone wire panel and post and rail At the Mine time and will lie sold a piece of land of about Vt acres lying In the forks ol the 8tanf rd and Ijincaster turnplkis which hsi upon ha splendid Ione quarry and a good blacksmith bop Tna following list ot farming Implements will alto be sold al public auction now Veering Itrap er I new Mower 2 Iwo hore Wagons 2 sets J ou ble Harness t lo Iron Harrow new latest Wheat Drill Wheat Drills 2 ounUd Cultivators Corn ilanur half down Hand Haulers new Hay Rake large lot of Ticks Shovel Fork eta 1102 good Work Mules good Saddle untie of IInld youuFSaJJle and Harnts boric and Mares S Je lot of Household and Kitchen urpltuie 1U acres of this farm Is in wheat balance In stubble sod 5 EltMSFor real estate one halfruli balance In 0 and months with lien on land to secure deterred payments For personalty sums of til or leu cssb that omount 3 months note security and bearing interest Iouelori of premises gl n on or hlore Scat day of April EDWARD lcCAUT wweeewwka C Wanted to Rent a Good BlueCrass Farm Would like about 100 acres but will tnko come morn or leas Address IIOWAHD Wnyucsburg Ky Mammoth Bronze Turkeys I hero for sale Mammoth llronio Turkeys raised trout a Tom that weighed 334 lbs when 10 month old Young Toms 171nl lou 12 ouch 78 Jliw J E Ltax Stanford DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the no lion uf the democratic putty lie solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES Is ft candidate tor Jailor of Lincoln County subject to the action ot the democratic par ty Your support solicited IFOR RENT to William Dixwcs J mile from Stanford on Stanford k Bomer set Turnpike Apply to 0 W IOVKLU Baufley ICy GOOD FARM FOR STILE II with to sell Privately acres of the faint Ilhe on Including the splendid hotu or lIe counts kitchen and cellar and cistern and spring at the door The place Is located on the Itanvllle JL l1ultonlII plh7 miles from lIanme and IroN Nuetoovllle Forty acres of the rarlll taln wheat la ane condition and there are acre of rom land It purchaser want more lapel I will- sell hint the enUre of lid acres Tmu to suit the For further prtlculacatilt oe addrea P C tjSlJIIKt Btedirevllle R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Phone No U Over UlRRlns k McKlnney Mlntoshs Livery 6 Feed Stable IrlcKIIIEY IY prices Safe drivers doutilo and single for day or night If you want to work Casey adjoining counties McKinney la placo to drive from Horse well cared for feed day week or month A share of your pa rouage solicited HCRUPLEY I Merchant Tailor liThe STANFORD KY Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FIRE LIFE A CCIDENT INSURANCE Onty the best companies represented Inquiries solicited II IJ MA110X Agl Stanford OPTIONS ON FARMS I would like WANTED to option on good farms IIDlllIorUCUlara1J Krlgcr ICy Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Iror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly farnlahed clean beds splonJid table Everything firetclaea Porter meet all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky on hand a complete line of Buggies lluckboarda UnrncM Iurnl turo Ac Agent for Peering Mowers and Hinders and repairs Oliver Chilled Plows tbo best made always for sale Call on him M FRITH HOTEL F FBA1TCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Heat HoUl n the mountains rile ronsldrred Porters meet sit trains bpoclal attention to tar eilng men THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Loutevlllc Ky Tbe most centrally located and only FIRSTCLASShotel 2 RATE this block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from tho three principal theatres Street cars pasa the door to all puts of the City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill You take your Wheat and Cornto Morris Fred Exchange In Wm ugberty shop In Stanford sad In exchange Flour and Meal You can also Flour Meal Ship stuff Ilran Chicken Feed site cboapeY at my place than where In town A trial Is I I believe my exchange will be a rood thing for farmers and I pledge liber al transactions and full weight My roods como from Oudderars Dlx River Roller Mills and are flrstclass MORRIS FRED Telephone No 08 fjYAAlJffJlllI1 i 1 Saddle Stnlllcm For Sale I will sell naionalilr the splendid Ssddls Stat lion CIIIIIlp Jr lie his hlmstlfa ane and Ivan ctccllcnt Indlflduat AMr- eJIJiAILAIIIJIre4cbfnlIIe Kjr WHITE HOTEL W H CAUUIEU mon CORBIN KENTUCKY Clot to 19e auger Delllt Firstclass throughout Rate tt tar day PLEASE READ January lit the regular semiannualtncttllnc time hiss comu std gone somoof ray pAsrons have not settled with me If are one ot thom vou are ear neatly r iueted to tattle thanking one and all fur pittronnce and soliciting a eontlnuace Very Truly J H OII- EKRPOSTED IITile whoso names appear below strictly forbid any hunting of game of pity kind at any time of tho on their lands and will to the full extent of the aw any who violate Dr Hugh Held J H McAlUter John II Foster R Woods It T Harris Foraitu Reid M S IlauRlmian 8 II k W II Shanks J W IlauRhman J Kmbry J S Owsley Sr J II McKlnnoy F M Ware J K Farris JOHN n OAIITIKMAN AKTiitmO LARQIIAU JlKtClUlIlIll10C CUT1rU ROYALINSURANCE COMPANY Ol Liverpool Largest Fire Insurance Company In the World Barbee Castleman Managers Southern Department General Officers Columbia Building Louts IsTllle Ky It FOX t LOGAN LIVERY FEUD AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly on Tilted sad jor sale at all times 35T SUTTON Undertaker Hastonvillo Kentucky OQnhlesenirnw tbt ropU oWt Llbcald and Casey rounllM FLIT stock ol Coffins and Cask stsslwsion hand D tCarpenter Manager F W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster KyiTeeth Extracted Without Pain I With Vltallird Air Ihjslclan In attendance Office In the New Thompson Building j7I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY 1 CalUallltock 1100000 Sorphi 117633 61 This Institution originally established as the iN pDlt Bank nf Stanford In ISM then reorganized u- be National link of Stallion In ISO andsjiln rgaalredastheFirst National Hank of Stanford n 112 has had practically uninterrupted sable nccfurlljean It Is better supplied now will facllltira for transacting buslnes promptly and lib tally than enr Ufor In Ita lonind honorable carter Accounts oi Individuals flduclarleBrmi sal Individual solicited DIHICTOal F Reid Lincoln Co1 J W Hardtn Stanford 18 T hurls B U Baog bman 18 Rocker It T P Hill WP Walton It W A TrIbble JliyjolllorCraWrchd u J Wilier MLVernon M DEImoi Stanford orricsai J S Hoc er Prtsld nt J J MoRoUrts Cashier Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 uccnsor toTbe Farrotrs ink A Trust Company and under saint msnsxement ously for 29 Yean Solicits Your Bank Account Uopfnfauch mutuallyDIRECTORS JJ Williams J 8 Owsler Sr JN iUnefee A W Carpenter WIICulllmne s J E LynnS IIbab J K Cash J Owsly OFFICERS S U Shanks President =J slerCashltr W jIiDrllhl AaslCashler- r Hrur