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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXV11 STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1900 9 A1tI NO100IBRIEF NEWS NOTATION A II Doggcm jailer of Anderson county la dead need 64 Tho who of Magistrate Joel njyant died in Whitley from the efforts of burn aped jMri R W Lester of Mercer was horribly burned by her drove catching firo from a pratu- President Sponcor offers a million a year and 10 per cent on the earnings over 1600000 for the Clnclnatl South era John L Howard confessed on his death bed that his mother arranged the conspiracy which resulted In tho assassination of his father five years ago near Mlddlcsboro The charred body of a woman was found In tho rules of a burnt cabin near Somerset and Milford Barclay Is under arrest tho body being thought to be his wlfo and that ho Is responsi ble for her deatht The remains of Itfrs Sarah Williams widow of Q A Williams who used to I live on Rolling Fork were Interred In the IIusloovlllo cemetery Sunday after remarks at the grave by Rev II J Plnkorton Mrs Williams lived at Lawroncobur Col Jack China says the way to stop the cowardly practice of carrying con cealed weapons Is to make it a capita offense to light within 2t hours after a quarrel That would mako them sleep on the proposition and there would bo very few lights Uo would also make it an offense punishable by 10 year In the penitentiary for any man to carry a concealed weapon or draw it in a pub Ito place We hare a law hero against carrying concealed weapons but It Is not effective In 09 easel out of 100 where a man Is killed in a street fight here It Is nothing moro than assaisl na tion One man has everything on his lido and the other haa nothing ASHAMED OP HIS TEETH Many wee aro and yet it Is neither f painful troublesome or expensive to have tho o that are possible to eara put in perfect condition and those that aro not extracted and replaced by ARTIFICIAL TEETH which will do everything required of them OUIt DENTAL WORK Is second to nono In the city Wo make Teeth on Plate or Crown and Hrldgo Work on Gold Our Rubber Plates with Aluminu- lining and shaded pink rubber aro t most beautiful and lasting that can bo made Wo charge for gold filling 91 50 for solid gold crowns 85W gold brldgo work 8560 per tooth22 carat gold See us before you have your work dono All work guaranteed DR VII HOBSON M D D D Ofllco In the Hobson Building noxt door to tho government building Itloh rnond Ky Low RATES TO TIIK NORTHWEST Tickets will be void by the Monoo routo from Loulsvlllo to points In Ari Columbia Colorado Ida MlgaE o ington Wisconsin and Wyoming and return at ono faro for the round trip plus 12 on Jan 10th Fob Oth and 20th Mar 6th and 20th und April Ird IInd 17tb Halt rate for children between five and 12 Inclusive Tickets good 21 days returning Full particular of local ticket agent or cheerfully furnished with maps and schedules by- E H Bacon DP A Louisville Ky I I There Is no beturuucdlclne for the ba bile than Chamberlains Cough llemcdy Its pleasant taste and prompt and ef withIIt also cures croup and has boon used in thousands of cases without a single fail ure so far as we have been able to learn It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases of whooping cough liquefies tho tough mucus mak- Ing it easier to expectorate and lessens the severity and frequency of the parox yams of coughing thus depriving that disease of all dangerous consequences For sale by Craig iHacker Druggists RED HOT THOM THE GUll Wa thet Hth MI0H tJteailuiin of New lIcbln thehoppedCur Nyears lUtirn that Then lluVkleni Arnica Salve lion Cilia Burns Uolb felene Corns blain frup DrunglrtCures box 4 SOME REASONS thtvIIThe disgraceful conditions growln out of political complications has con tend on Kentucky just now adomllaOL Interest of tbo American press and th uncharitable and dimentabequartoreraulovoloDca and persecution of sec Lionel fanatics during tho period of ro constrdctlon were but suspended when the factions joined In burying tbo bloody shirt In promotion of ruconcll tattoo and fraternity Before the wn recognition of Kentucky nativity or citizenship carried with It acknowl edgment of the standard of American courage Cchivalrythroughout civilization and wad an ac cepted passport commanding respect and admiration wherever presented 1alriarchs cf this generation proudly recall tbo good old days when no Stein y tbo galaxy qualified her admiration of Kentuckys splendor That she has WhyWar9 disgraceHalfeon was comparatively spotless Tbo pioneer heritage of bravery philan thropy end fraternity flourished in It entirety preeminently In the moatUilnoui and thinly settled day the community of feeling and in tercsu survives In somo of tho mow tale corners and modern methods have angelInstranger who applies tot entertainment and ho Is welcomed to a gratuitous sham of best that baikot bed an board afford Not to be included Invitations to a working Is regarded significant of disfavor and response to call for assistance Js always mado sacrifice of interest or inclination No Interest or urgency but can b9walved to attend tbo sick and assume the work of tho disabled neighbor Tho bigotry and rancor of religion and politics rarely produce conflict Not only was Kentucky a border State her soldiers worn nearly equally divided between the two armies and bor mountains were scenes of many con bUlhwhacklnjlTho warfaro developed latent vlclousncis tbo rugged mountaineer and survivors recall with a shudder many of the br tal and revolting murder which we recommitted In tbo name of civilized war tare Comparative isolation and la cessibility encouraged mooo bloln tear of vengeance smothered any plo which prompted a conscientious neighbor to betray a lawbreaker The revenue otllclal and posse aro ambushed and resisted as tbplr dead heat enemies and betrayal for reward and rovengo havo provoked some of bloody fiends A sportsman is authority for dang to a stranger traveling unaccompanied through tho moon hlnlng districts a tho cordiality and frankness of tho Iiho an en cmy is as lightly hold as that of tbo game the native killand exposure death In defense or support of a com- rAde In creditable or criminal cause Is as unhesitatingly Incut red as roepo- to 4ea a neighbors call for favor Is ma extraSva unlettered backwoodsman sever forgets a kindness nor Is happier than In oppor tunltY to reciprocate Indeed ho is an anomaly and merits comroleeratl moro than censure In the excesses led to commit by mercenary and un scrupulous lenders on whom ho relics with chlldllku confidence In olden times when election toofllco was an honor and an ofllcer honored when joint canvass and discussions pro salted the contestants manifesting a fraternal friendliness in their assetIa ilea good nature and neighborly fel lovvfeoiing characterized a canvass and the masses measured tno merits of the candidates and thorn claims The reprehensible custom of today Its donunclatlon dlslngonuousncss and villlflcatlon Is productive of ill Tho patriot now is rarely favored with an audience including moro than a sprinkle of tbo opposition and assur sacs of opportunity for unchallenged extravaganco and mendacity encour ogee the indulgence Tho speaker usually relies upon abuso to enthuse his partisans and bribes to secure the floaters Political principles P aro paramount to overy other Int net in campaigns for nomination but only a mean to a selfish end In reality as demonstrated by the defeated aspi taste Tho renunciation of lifelong party alllllatlons by back number politiciai- and enlistment with the enemy for or promise of crumbs proclaim t thoIbadge of renegade no shame for tho repudiated beneficiaries from highest to lowest grade oa the official scale Kentucky furnishes as copious a plat of political acrobats of ono time destruc floe as her most versatile sister how- e grant havo dwarfed Sharon Allgrivalespeciallyon us sinfect the standards of standard arers A DEMOCRAT 11111111111111111N011LB WORDS OF A GRAND MAN I will do my duty If I fall my death will be to the democratic party wasrto Cuba Gov Goobol when warned that boo would be assassinated Take charge and never give up oy Goebol to John K Ilcndrlck a short tlmo beforu death antfearlelSeop loOov Goebel when dying 111111111111111 GOVGOEBELSFUNERALs Tbo principal oration was delivered by Senator Blackburn and It was worthy of tho occasion and the man It was deadbthe men who plotted his assassination lawoto the teachings and example of the great loader Closing he said Thorn Is nothing now that wo car do for him No peans that wo may sing orelcaryear o tdeath No monument that wo can build can reach Into that far off realm to DuIt can memory 4 bis virtues and follow his example etA IIHDTIIERB THU1UTF The following tribute was paid b Justus Goebel brother of the decease- overnorg My friends In closing these last sa d rites and bolero ibo mortal remains of the kindest gentlest meet loving of sons and brothers bo consigned to the final rcdllnz place I want to say a tae wordYour friend my brother lies dead before you murdered for his devotion to the cause of the people ofShould not Kentucky now and here swear by his blood that her sons will see justice dune to those concerned In his foul taking off If you fall in phi then year laws are dead letters ho could speak ho would laytlLet ndfog law take Its course Will design moa of high station be pcrmitw- to uso the Ignorant outlaw to lurthe- their ambition und when that ambl flop Is disappointed fury a redhanded murderer loose under the very toot- tbonxecattramnneloq of boShall too guilty in high place bo un covered Shall the honor of your State crbe restored Or shall his lifo blood split on your capital square be dried 4dup by the sun and washed away by tho rains and his lIfo sacrifice be forgotten Measured by the highest standard of man tho grandest tribute possible to tobe paid him to whom you have been so loyal Uto fight for tho principles fougbtfordoTo you sons of Kentucky I submit these questions Brother farewell until wo meet in that better world whore outlaws en not be hired where crime Is unknown where rest comes anbletherbrotheryou have gone be 01tltarotoo shall join you Eld Wm Stanley said in part Nava como to lay the body of this tribune and commoner of the people the side of Kentuckys most honored dead How fittingly for living bo w tbo peer of any dying ho was pestles William Goebel was grand in his lifo glorious in his death With un peak able chagrin nod mortification wo re member that this man who represent ed typically all that was noble an truest and bravest and best in and among a people whoso proud boast w they alwaYIIdarod to taco a foe a shield a friend should havo been stricken down by an assansln It w necessary that thorn should have bee a Judas eor the world was redeemed by a Christ and who shall say but tb calboldlIam Goobol lies but freedom 1lve Kentucky from this day marks an in her history We aro a sadder and erwiser and better people Wo havo learned a terrible lesson but oh soul wo have learned it well never t bo forgotten WORKING NIGHT AND DAY TlreLlul taudml htiettlittle thing that etr p14dweakness taw strength lbtlen into euel woudcrhat fu x by 1enny DruggUt I I The largest cargo of broudstulls ov put afloat for the Orient was at Portland Ore In the Arab wbloh hold the equivalent of 231771 bushels of whegt valued at 8140000 I 1 ILANCASTER aThe Undo Josh company drew a largo crowd on Thursday night and everybody was delighted with the per Lewis West and Ben there don tweet our best qualified young men havo been awarded positions in tbo runway mall service Lancaster now has five men in that important ser vice three ethers having been in it for a lime The Williams Comedy Company n yightprogram each night consisting of dramas farces comedies new Ideas splendid specialties and the newts novelties a the very low prices of 10 20 and 30 cents Mrs T M Arnold Is improving In health Elder Joseph Ballou preached an able discourse to a largo audience at he Christian church on Sunday Hil- ubject was The Least Littleness and the Greatest Greatness the first being in tboso who break the commandment and the latter in tboso who become little children and not warriors states mon or rulers Tho commander of tho G A R foi Kentucky will be in our city on Wed neflday kith to make a date and ar tango for the meeting of that body ol veterans hero somo tIme during the month of May Our latch strings will be on the outside a picnic will bo glvet at Camp Dick Robinson a well know spot to most of them and a season o genuine enjoyment anticipated Mrs G T Ferris has gono to Louis vlllo to meet the Senator Sbo is suet an uncompromising democrat that I ait constrained to believe that George has learned to be one by association Mist Lena Bruce hUB been the gUesl of Mrs MotherdG M Patterson left for Nov Orleans on Saturday W A Wallace has accepted a position with Relnacb Ullman Co Of Chicago lottotr hub tho right ring it Ho says that arresting leg will bo a difficult job and he bellevci that iho trouble will finally be settle In favor of the democrats as it should be Hon R H Tomlinson suggest that Adjutant General Castleman or beanyway and itmay bo needed l enforce the orders of the courts warda Glnacocrk to a liO house on Friday All the boys and girls played their paru well William Embry looked be tor blacked than ho does white and Uenr Simpson and Herbert Kinnalrd Improv ed their appearance by trying to look frightful Tho gags and jokes were good and the piano music by Mist Grace Kinnalrd was excellent It Is believed that Judge Saulleyf decision at Horrodsburg requiring county to keep up the roads through tho town until they are paid for will apply to our roads Judge Burnslde theb6the town will pay a double tax if they are re quired to keep up that part of tho roads which runs into town being about three miles City Attorney Williams 0has bona requested lo take some steps to have the matter properly settled and ho will of course do anything in his power rollVasendbtroops Leg baecourts are ad missions that ho was wrong in calling out the troops and in ordering the Leg islature to London This Is all that the democrats ask Let tbo courts nddto out when only aondo men were two wounded in the samo town The facts provo that republlncans no was threatened to make it legal Thero aro antinas conecuesionethey ask Let thorn now mako the fight in tho courts and enforce their ofmypro cecdlggrTALI5fE1 Victims to ttouiacbtUrer and kldne troubles avlWUlrdnerJ 1tdIdtile than anything I could tako I can now rat Onlydao teed I atLawroncoburg IINO MILITIA eNeeded to drive the people to The GLOBE i The Dig Stock of Clothing and Overcoats fNow being closed out there is Ira sing immense sales Get in before the host Is gone THB GLOBE Miller HIrsch Danville t A C SINECONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFOBD KENTUCKY 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 yearsthatcarry a full stock of Doors Sash toBlinds Metal Roofing Rouglr and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo W+ T3fc OJ3E Tf a o DRUGGIST STANFORD o o 0 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK 00 ggYSpecial Attention Olsen to the Compounding of Prcsclptlons Scientifically go earl with Care 0 ggo eano00000000009000C10000000000000Cy0000 = == = =b r = = == = im rf Wr + People are always lookfing for Genuine t everyE i J be carried over if I am offer r 1 ed near the cost of themh Look at our wiiidow at the ti remnant Shoes and Under wear Sizes and prices on ev1f ery tern Cash No TICkets l H J MROBERTS= V f iJr S 1Ow ueudeWeAytiA S va1dn PENNYS DRUG STOIJE Drugs Books v Stationeryi Paints And OilsdTelephone No2 e Stanford Ky n 4r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv FEIJ 13 I D e w P WALTON AlTER going squarely back on the I men ho induced to make peace ten or him and on his word to Senator Blackburn thu miserable counterfeit the oilico hoa man who disgraces usurps decided to send most of the soldiers home anti Issued a proclamation recalling tho Legislature to Frankfort But the legislators who did not recd nize his right to adjourn the body to London and who were holding sessions In Loulavlllo with quorums In both bodies will pay no attention to his orders and continue to meet in Loulj vlllo until every bayonet Is withdrawn row the Capitol and there Is proof that they will not be assassinated by moun tarn rufJlans In the hire of republican leaders This was done also In compliance with the recommendation of Gov Beckham who In a manly and temperate communication advised the body of the failure of peace negotla lions anl of the present status of attain The sudden change In the plans of the usurper may have been caused and doubtless was by Gov Beckhama assurance to the democratic members of the Legislature that they should not be arrested by the socalled officers of the rump Legislature at London and Judge Barkers charge to tho Louisville grand jury to have the sheriff of Jeff erson and the chief of police of LOlls vlllo brought before them and Instruct them that no member of the Legisla ture should be arrested by order of Taylor or anybody else to be taken to London or any ther place The entire course of the Butler county beast has been weak and vaccinating and he has teemed panic stricken ever since the assassination of Gov Goebel for which he appears to be directly responsible The craven action In calling all the State troops around him declaring that 4astate of insurrection existed but which existed only in his fevered imag ination the idiotic and Indefensible proclamation adjourning the Legisla t ture to the little mountain hamlet of London bayoneting the members when they tried to meet elsewhere In Frank fort than the Capitol and bit puilllanl mous action with reference totbo peace settlement all stamp him as a fool or a lunatic and utterly unlit for any public position far less the chief executive of a great Commonwealth He Is a die grace to his party a disgrace to hu manity and should be made to return f to the vile earth from which he I sprung unwept unhonored but not unhung I JUDGE BHECKINIUDQE who ia In Cincinnati seeing after the injunction case against the State election commie sioners before the U S court to rep strata them from granting certificates f of election for the minor State offices from attorney general down said In an ntervlew that Judge Taft assured him r that he would give the defendants am pie time to consider the document and that It was a trick of Bradley to get a t temporary injunction against themI N ShouldTaft issito a restralnlrg order iitbeease will bo taken to the supreme court which will be asked for an imme 4dlatedecision Gov Bradley and his i In sin claim that the prone ions of the constitution of the United ti States which guarantees to every State properIIty process LawycrlJtare violent and that they beIovo Taft to bo too much of a jurist to grant them i f TllG pusillanimous usurper at Frank L fort screwed his little courage up Fri f day and went to the executive mansion for the first time since he had Gov Goobol assassinated but he did so under t a guard of 25 soldiers Cursed be such a coward Nobody Is going to harm him Demoqrats do not asaasal nato That ia the solo prerogative the republicans I OVER 200 republicans rushed to Frankfort to keep Taylor from signing an agreement which his friends pro posed and which ho had honor boundl himself to sign There Is said to be honor even among thieves There U nOne Between assassins It seems J TllE Somerset Paragon bays that the editor of this paper did not stay long in 1 Frankfort after the State guards began to gather Thats always our way We r cant stand pressure In fact It Is told of us that we once bid in a collar to avoid a conflict loosertiroCapital of Kentucky even In Taylors frightened dreams Louisville Ia at present and ought to be made the permanent Capital Too many foul conspiracies grow and fener In the little city under the hill SENATOR HAKREL has been suggest ed aa a candidat t for lieutenant gov ernor on the democratic ticket Louis u villa Post And Whoy Face Dick will doubtless be the republican candidate for keeper of the back capitol k Tim London Legislature blowout will go down the corridors of fame as tho most roarlnir farce of the 10th century Sent thither by a fool with a buck ague the little Jackanapes who gath ered there did very much like the monkey that climbs the tree Pre tending to deplore the assassination of Gov Goebel they pass resolutions lo that clTcct and adjourn to a turkey shooting So Pharisaically good theyI- S could not meet without prayer en pressing Clerk Dyche Into service to repeat the Lords prayer when no preacher was present the members repeating it after him they desecrate the Lords day next day by excuri log in a body to Cumberland Gap A lot of sweet scented scrubs indeed are most of the republican members of the present General Assembly TilE wbked flee when no man pur 1sueth Afraid even to go from the executive office to the executive mansion for fear that his cowardly carcass would be perforated with cola lead 1 Taylor finally ventured down to see his- lre Saturday under a heavy escort of soldiers and spent the first night with her for two or three weeks It was a night of alarm however and it Is safe to say no sleep carne to his oyca To add to his fears somebody fired several shots near the building ho Was In and the poor fellow thought his time baa come It was only a practical jokebut it came near scaring Tavlor to death AFTER ordering the troops to return home Taylor took another buckaguo and decided to retain the Lexington Somerset Morgantown Covington Newport and Mayavlllo companies The galling guns had been loaded on the cars but bo ordered them unloaded and taken where they could bo used lf some playful democrat shouldsay to him bOQI TilE editorials In the Atlanta tution for copies of which we are Indebted to Mr T It Walton have been the fairest strongest and best on tbo Kentucky situation that have appeared In any outside paperand show a knowl edge and appreciation of the condl tiona which a majority of the leading dailies seem to be Ignorant of JUDGE TAFT To Decide on Jurisdiction TomorrowLO- UISVILLE Feb 13 020 A M Judge Taft took case under advisement Will render decision on question of jurisdiction Wednesday at 2 oclock Other matters in statu quo Toe TIMES THE FEDERAL COURT AND THE LEGISLATURE 12 Promptly at 2 p M Govflradley began his aru ment before U S Judge Taft for an injunction against the Kentucky elec Lion commissioners to restrain then from ousting the minor State officers Heargued especially against the valid ity of the Goobol election law and tried to show that the Federal court has ju rlsdlctlon Besides Bradley Wilson Swcenoy Mackoy and others appear for the plaintiffs and Scott Hoger Pryor and others for the defendant LOUISVILLE Feb 12The Legisla ture with 57 members in the House and- a quorum in the Senate got down to business today and passed several Important billsF- RANKFOILT Feb 12Irhe rump Legislature met at nopn but did noth Log beyond letting Taylor know that they bad obeyed him like good little boys THE POLITICAL SITUATION On motion of Judge Pryor before Judge Cant rill at Georgetown the In junction suit against Taylor was passed till today The splendid action of the democrats the superb eclfcestrafnt which they wero able to employ make one proud to be a democrat Cynlblana Demo crut Judge Sayjer a noted Cincinnati lawyer says Taylor has wantonly vio lated the law In Kentucky and If her pursues his policy he ought to be sent to the penitentiary- As the blood of the martyrs was the seed of the church so will the blood of William Goebel cement and unify tho democratic party not only in Kentucky but throughout the nation Owenton Herald Leo Jones a Whitley county Intimi dator was arrested at Frankfort as a suspect Ho slept in the executive office butsayshe did not kill Goebel Whlttuker ho says can toll all about it Ho also says if the police want to know l1bout tho conspiracy and tho man who planned it they must see a prowl tent republican whom he named but whoaa name la not given out A bill was Introduced In each bonso of the General Assembly in Louisville esterday appropriating 3100000 to bo used for the detection of the assassins of Goy Goobel and their accomplices Tho bill creates a commission of three prominent citizens to supervise the ext enditure of the fund This makes Taylor quake In his bolts more than Over Granville Philpot of Clay county said Though I am a republican Mr Goobol aud I word splendid friends and I am mighty sorry that ho got kill ed If they find out who killed It there ouPub not to bo any quibbling about what to do with the skunk who did the shooting or those who put him up to It They ought to kill them in the way that would hurt tho most They ought to fix the assassin so hoj would bo just as long about dying as Mr Goebel was Its all right to snoot n man when he has done you a person al wrong but when it comes to shoot- n ing him behind his back just because bo Is against you in politics that aint right John B Castlcman says fully 20000 men have volunteered for membership In his militia Ho declares he wilt make no move until after the present political disturbance has been settled It Is a fact however that in Louisville there are eight companies volunteered and pledged to his support It Is said on official authority that a fire boll tig dal has been agreed upon if any at tempt Is made to arrest the democratic Legislature and that Gen C memau1e regiment as well as the police would respond to It- POLITICIANS AND POLTICS R W Thompson secretary of tho navy under Hayes died at Terre Haute IhdSenatorJonce of Arkansas has Introduced a free sliver coinage bill as a substitute for the pending currency bill Mr Bryan was welcomed by a big crowd at Richmond where ho spoke on invitation from the Virginia Legisla tune Brutus J Clay of KentucKY was named by the president aa one of the United States comailgslonera for tho Paris exposition Maj WithaL Rlngo former secre tary of State of Kentucky died at St Petersburg Florida Ho was aa ox Confederate and 50 years of ago Representative Gilbert Introducer a bill to pay the heirs of G U Rogers of Madison county 8000 for supplies fur nlsbcd the Federal army during tto civil war- Harry Bacon formerly editor of the Nelson County Record and W S Park of Louisville will soon begin tho pub lication of a democratic paper at Kltza bcthtown something needed Yesterday was Lincolns birthday when he would have been 01 years of age nad not an assassin cut his career otl in the midst of Its usefulness and had he escaped the other ills of life Whallena Phwat Hardin declines to bo Interviewed on any subject what ever Maybe his great mind Is mcdl tatitR on how to save the democratic It in thoparty some more by sheltering maw of the L a NSpencer Courier The election committee of the House unanimously decided In favor of Repre sentative Borelng retaining his scat In the contest brought against him by John D White The committee also refused permission for Mr White lo address the House in his own behalf MATRIMONIAL MATTERS s Charles D Woods of Danville and Miss Mao Spiers of Lexington will marry Thursday Richard Wallace a widower of 69 and Miss Joslo Brewer sweet 10 were made one at Decatur Ala E F Brockman and Miss Ella John son were made one at Rev K D Koaks by that gentleman yesterday Mr J M Estes a widower of 112 and Mrs Nannlo B Singleton a widow pf 33 were married at her residence near Wayne bur Sunday Because his wife went driving with an old beau John Rlpcrton of Jones vllle Ind shunted oil this mortal colt by drinking embalming Iluld A New York woman has brought suit for divorce from her husband on tho grounds that she does not love him and wants to marry another manwhom the docf CHURCHES AND PREACHERS The annual State Christian endeavor convention will bo hold at Versailles May 1113 Rev S P Forgy a prominent nap sat preacher of Pembroke la dead aged 73 He was the father of Hon S Walton Forgy who married Miss Liz zio Twldwell of Hustonvlllo Rev Dr Henry McDonald for 18 yeara pastor of the Second Baptist I church of Atlanta resigned his charge and retired from active mlnistratlvca Ho was at one time stationed In Dan title A dispatch to the Courier Journal from West Liberty says that the 15 days meeting of Rays Andrew John eon and Tom McCoy was largely attended and many were converted and anctltled LAND AND STOCK W M Bright bought 10 Steer calves yesterday at 810 Two good surrey and combined horses for sale J H Oreer S B Buchanan told to S Morgan a 1015lb steer at 3fo R L Murphy sold to James Gibson of Casey 41 ewes at 81 Jones aL Cover sold to T E Wood 28 00 pound steers av SHE L King sold to Allen aL Wilkerson 51 short yearlings at 823 Beaztoy Bros sold to Powell A Har per a pair of plug horses for 8115 Joab RIgney sold hero yesterday some cows and holfcra at 3 to 335 M Hill sold the mule colts ndvcr IIJ three ntSoo and two at 50 SALIrQ 000 to 1000pourd G S Shelby Shelby City Ed Poyion told tho clover seed ad- vertised In this vapor at 85 to vRrlouII1 partiesWill Matheny reports seven owca with 15 Iambi aud 13 with 20 Who can beat this Registered yearling bull and a high grade yearling bull for sale F P Bishop Hubble Charles E Leonard of Cooper county Mo sold to a Texas party 10 twoyear old Shorthorn heifers at 500 O T Layton bought yesterday of G A Slier nine long yearlings at 813 and eight of J M Roberts at same G S Shelby sold to Johnson of Boyle 13t hogs at 4Jo and to Stlgall Bros 57 long yearling cattle at 60 At Stlgalla nalo near Prcachcrsvlllc corn brought lHO sheep 3150 ut 8520 cows 25 to 33 yearling holfer 20 A Montgomery lOan who purchated 18 yearling mules In November at ell to 820 sold them this week at 3iito 840 F P Bishop bought of Mark Hardln a lot of huge at 31 to 3o and sold lo Johnson of Boyle some heavy bogs at tc R L Smith and Conrad Hlatt of Rockcastle sold a bunch of two yca olds hero yesterday at 820 and lotno yearling at 817 M J Furry of Danville bought of J K Lynn a bunch of 900pound cattle at CP and of John Slier a bunch of 600 poundera at same The wheat crop In this section was never more promising Harvesting ma chine men are all hustling for early or ders securing some at the advanced price Paris News- J M Roberts sold to E P Woods four mixed cattle at 4c to O T Layton some heifer at 3o and to other parties a bunch of yearlings ut 820 and second grade heifers at 81125 J M VanMoter sold to Col Under wood of Lincoln one Shorthorn bull calf ajcdclght months for 8125 Mr Van leter says that la tbo highest price he has obtained for a Shorthorn calf in 20 yearsAdocate A ewe costing about 84 will shear II to 5 pounds of wool worth a dollar and will roar a lamb worth 5at prokont prices This shows that the farmer with a lot of sheep Iii right in It Winchester Democrat A big crowd attended court yesterday and there were between 300 and 400 cattle on the market Choice yearlings and two yoar olds brought DC but 41 to- He were the ruling prices Heifers were dull at 3 to 340 ants butcher stuff was In demand at 3 to 3Jc A few mule changed hands at 850 to eloo but bor Qs of all kinds were very slow The fruit raisers hereabouts agrco that as yet this winter that nono of tho fruit trees or shrubbery has been In lured Sirs B A Stilh sold to Jamoa M Whn SO of her full blood Langahon hens They weighed 522 pounds an average of 01 pounds and were so ex ceedingly tine that they broucbt cent a pound above the market Elizabeth town News liTHE LAND OF THE SKY COUNTRY I Tho mountain section of Western North Carcllna where the Sou horn Hallway rroM BS tbo Allcghonur Mountains U ono of the most beautiful countries on onrth with cli math advantage second to nono Thin rountry is known as LAND fllf TilE SKY and In this Lund of tho Sky are situated tho attractive Itosortu of Anhevllle Hot Bprlng Tryon Illack Mountain etc At thuo II well OR many others there uro superior Hotel norornmodutlonn nnd visitor to tliU wonderful country lied U at nil Seasons of tho year most advanta moue Adjacent to Tho Land of tho Sky Is what Is known M Tho Bupplilro Country which hi reached tho Southern Hallway via A lievlllo Ilendersonvlllo N 0 tu llrovanl N t thence by stago through a wonderfully Intoruttlng country The DUH Idre Inn on Snpphlro Lnko fiiia good- ecommolatlons airfield Inn on Fair field Lake ID n largo Hotel Just completed and being extensively patronized byvtslt OttO from all over tho Unll The average altitude of tho Happhlro nuotry Is 3QOO feet nbovu the Soa lovul This country Is mot attructlvu not only as n Summer but uliu as a Wlutur and Spring snort Folders maps and other Information till ed free to any address fov 111 TAYLOR A 01 A- Louisville Ky PUBLIC SALEOF A Valuable Farm And Residence Thursday March x 1900 If not sold before tbstdate I will on the premlso at 10 oclock A Ilell without rewrie the firm of KJw McCartjr deceased ol ABOUT 185 ACRES- on the Stanfor J near Danville Ikijrlt coun ty The buiidhigswittcolarseofreumw sml half itorr tone sod roomy and dry cellars under the hone servant quarters lea house cittern extra large nnerIdllng an1 large wellappolnt- ro stable together with carriage house cud row house and ono SO by 100 fuel barn Fencing oil entire place la In good condition sod U mlle uji ot atone wire panel and post and rail yjaAt the same time anil plane will he BOld a place of land of about it1 acre In the fcrksolllie Stanford and tancuter turnpikes which has upon taplondld atone quarry and a good bhukimUh sue following list of farming Implement will also be aold at public auction 1 new ll ap ere 1 now Mower 2 lwo porae Wigous 2 sets Lour Harness 1 l ln Iron Harrow now labit Improved Wheat Drill 4 When Drills 2 Counted Cons rlanler half dozen Hand Planters 1 new Hay hake large lot of lJck Shovels Forks etc tie 2 good Work Mule 1 good Work lIffel- f Saddle dltarnrsailorsoaaiuiSlarea3Jersey Lows soul lot of Household snit Kitchen rurultuie 121 acres of this fares Is lu wheat balance III stuhblo and e rEttMSjor real estate one haif cash bsUnca In 0 and 12 months with Hen on land to secure deferred payments For personalt7suinaof t23- lessor cuihj note with goopersonal security and hearing InUrrit 1nurtilonuf giveuon or before Oral day of evil K FAllltiiXAdmr THE VIRTUE OF LOW PRICES becausetWon never snore porfirfiillr demonstrated than lit this great sale miulo so wo are iloternUncd to clean out the stock of Dry Goods Notions Clothing Shoos lint Etc bought of A Urbatuky Co at GOo on the dollar As we only tiara u t snort luau to tlo this in before our big stock of Spring goods comes In on us that is already bought wo will apply the knlfo to prices tht will make 111sale a money- saving clmnco thai Ivery seldom oITorcd to the public tt U can only quote yeti tleu ou a tw of Iho many bargains wo have In Store for von I Domestics Lancaster Apron Ginghams Oct quality tolling out price bets Ono case fancy gallcoos regular price Sets sao prlco lets Ono cnsobliio CullcouH lie t- Ilaln and KmbroldcreJ real Manchester Chambrays Heavliy llccccil KlJorduwn in Bed only 21o- llenutlfnl designs In mingled Tcnsle down SOc quality only 30c 101 Ilrown Shooting ILJo 74 nod Table Unmask 2 Ic 01 Dlenchcd Linen Damask 22o Our Carput and Matting stock h s just beets rcplvnlslicd nail Is chuck fun of choice bargains We are confident we lend in tits lino Wo have this stack 10 arranged that it Is no trouble to show them ko have no hesitancy in asking to look at them even though you are only anticipating a putclinseln the future Dress Goods Double width wool Ousluiero Dress Good 25c quality 121 30 In all wool Ovcrplatd Dress Goods 23c 30 In Conic mixed Scotch Ohcvlollng KKJ All wool Ilaia Skirting 23cu- pNotions 18 In Linen finish Towel Crash only oc- 18ih Flax Crash Sc 10 In Linen Crash 5c Good site Turkish Towels 16c per pair 2prila of looks and Byes 6c 1 doz Iearl lUittona 5c 4 Tapers of Pins 5c 5 Spools of John Clarks Thread lOco Capes 1 Lie Ladies Capes iVc 1 Lot Aitrachan Fur trimmed topes worth 12 J9c- Evor1tblnl In Ladles Misii s and Chil irons Wraps wll go for net Ol- utFurnishings 1 lino good white Corsets 28c- 76o qiialitr Corset only n few 2Cc 1 lot French Woven Corsets 49c 1 Line II 41f Chisels Pink and Blue only 4So Garniture Skirt patterns handsome of fect only Otto ladles ICoxbury Union 8ull9Jolic at 50o our price 36o Biggest drive ever made in ladies Un derwear 3 long sleeve selflined vests ur Ionts and Vc t23c orslngle garment loBoys and Misses heavy grey random Shirts or Drawers 15c Misses Union Suits lic Ladles Laco Edge Hnndrcrchlcfs Cc Ladles fleeced lines sc Childrens heavy ribbed Hoe Oc Ladles black 40 gusgo whltofoot hose isle l Boots and Shoes 1 lot Ladles Dongola stock drew Shoes C 60c 1 lot small sizes Ladles hainl rinsed II French kid lace or button shoeu only C3c worth 12- A comb eto line of Ladles Dongola stock Patent dpall sites Ice or button worth II 60 sate price OSc We always carry and keep thereat f160 shoes on the market 1 case mens 1 CO boots wilt cloo at f15A 2 round top lint f 10 A 83 Kangaroo Drew Uoot to close for 12 Mens heavy buckle plow Shoes cut to 76c Mens 8260 high top Shoes sale price fl75 tans 225 high top Shoos to close 150 ATinaloons all leather laco of Congress Dress Shoes only 9125 Trunks and Vallies will he found on Iho top floor and will tkIncluded latills slaughter saleClothing Mens odd Pants ioo grade 40c- Mens odd Pants 160 grade OS- cMens Corduroy Pants 12X0 grade lido price 81 03 Mens Cnlllro11lntll1a sizes 8 color worth 42 s A few nuns all wool Jeans Pants will go at onco lor Me- A few naya knee Pants in all woolIJeans will go for IbcaBoys knee pants O Mens nil wool Suits worth f 7 60 go for H60 upIn In the f Clothing Department regardlcMof their value You will never strike another such an opportunity to clothe yourself at as low a placeas time affords Gents Furnishings 1 1010011 outon lose 400 t 1 dot hoavy mixed rattan hose 74c t coal stout wino buckle Suspender Oo workinghintsMens Negligee Shirts collars and cull attached 3 for1 Mens stiff bosom no collar 1 pair cuffs fancy Math a shirts fl grade 1 suit mans rIbbed Underwear4 MeI1 bin mens tlccced lined worth 76o a Raiment goes for 7Ac a stilt Hats Our lino of mans hats anti Caps was youillleatsfelt Hall from IDe ups LOUISVILLESTORE THE RED CIRCLE PILLAwilts the Liver Nature will do tho Heat THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I Hie Host Liver Kidney and years1msDare Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Obronic Headache And the great majority of ailments caused by a Torpid Liver DOES NOT 1TATTSBATK OR GRIPE I nut acts gently on the liver 25 dotes in a box for 25c Try it once and you will never be without it IIForSflloby W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PJIBSIUKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call on MKS NANNIK S 8AUFLKY Laity Principal American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It OeD H Farris CoeCall Phone No 10 Higgins McKinney i STANFORD KY For lFarm Machinery Wagons Bug gies Salt Lime Cement Stoves Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sewing Machines A Specialty D yrsTiFfr g Frr 5 z yrr 1T rT I el f t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD KY FED 13 1900 1E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER THE best materials combined with care skill and accuracy Insure good results No other aro ever used In our prescription work Penny Drug Storu t 1 PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP i Col W G WELCH went to Loulivllle FridayJ HAMMONDS wont to Louisville yesterday to buy moro goods HON P M McRouuitTS returned to Frankfort yesterday morning MRS DIt STOCKY of Livingston Is visiting Mrs John Crutchllold W T MEKIMEE of Livingston Is the proud father of a daughter Miss LENA PALMER of Richmond Is visiting Miss Nelllo Morshon MRS ANNIE VANIIUss of Lexlng ton Is with Mrs Josiah Bishop MRS COL T P HILL who has been for some tlmo Improving J T McKlNNEY has moved his fam ily from McKlnnoy to Scdalla Mo- M F ELKlN wont to Burnsldo yes tcrday to Inslliuto a Tent of Macca beesMiss MARY SAUNDERS who has been visiting In Louisville has return ed home J T LAWHEKN of London Is hero being treated for catarrh by Dr J G Carpenter BORN to the wife of T J 11111 a daughter making 11 children for that uloycr gentleman SAMUEL ROUT and Harrison Simp son of the West End both have now boys at their homes ME81AMESJNCAs1I and H DI t MoClure of Turncrsvlllo wero guests of Mrs Allco Depauw Miss NANNIE MCCLURC of Crab Orchard Is at Lebanon 0 taklu a straclal normal course MR AND MRS D 0 ALLEN have gone to Ashovlllo N C for the bone fit of the latter health Miss KATIK Ltut YKAOHR who Is now a mllllnur In KlltatMlhlown was the guestof Miss Mary Bruce t MR 1 A FAUIBS of Lexington sent us a nice little present by M S Baughman which wo appreciate Miss JANU lt1LAND of Stanford Is the attractive guestof Misses Laltaand Jcanlo Poland Richmond Register Missus GHRTRUDE GORDON and LantalteriMR AND MRS WJ AuMIt and son William of Louisville arrived Sunday to visit the family of Mr Richard Cobb MR J W ADAMS of the patent medicine firm of Adams Co Paint Lick was hero with old friends Satur dayA SOCIAL will bo given at Mrs Joe 45 Ricos next Thursday night for tbo benefit of the Baptist church Admls nlon 15c A MYERS wife and son are stopping at the Si A en ph Mr Myers Is a drummer for W It Bolknap L Coi Louisville THE handsome stylish and vivacious Miss Katherine Waddell of Somerset arrived yesterday to visit Miss Suo WIlllo Halo DR C M THOMPSON of Klngsvillc has returned from a delightful South ern trip Including St Augustine Flo aid other historical points MR THOMAS MCROIIERTS of Dan vlllc was hero yesterday to meet hit hughlcr Miss Mary McRobcrt who his been visiting In Richmond MR JOHN FOX tho distinguished author and reader was hero Saturday to sea the stockholders of tho Cumber land Valley Laud Co In which ha Is largely interested Mn AND MltS HORACE BROWN of Cincinnati aro In the city collect hero by tho serious Illness of Mr Browns mother Mrs Jesse J BrownNow Albany lad News IN addition to thoso mentioned In our last Issue the following attended Gov GooboPa funeral at Frankfort S M Owens A C Dunn L R Hughes and Gco C Keller Jr RICHARD AND ELIZAUETH PETTUS of Gilberts Creek aro hero visiting their grandparents Miss Ida Moore of Crab Orchard was with friends hero Somerset P H Journal MESSRS B ROHINSON J N Don ny and Curt Robinson a trio of the Beet of the many good democrats In Garrard were hero yesterday and call ed to compliment us for going for Taylor and his conspirators t IIMIL AND M us C H CARTER had their twin girl babies In town for the tlrsttlrae yesterday and brought them up for unto sea Thoy are little beauties and Mr Carter Is as proud of them 1as ran bo MINNIE DINWIDDIE was down IMIssQuHtonvllle with her brother Will to ace Mrs C II Pnlno who Is hero from Boston Mlsa Minnie will leave tho last of this week to tako position with Furneaux Hoellc Clnclbnall IN a private note to us Mr Georgo II Bruce of Brockton Mass says Crowds oven at this distance congregate aronnd the bulletin boards to read latest news about the Goebel Tavlor affair Sympathies are and al has been decidedly in favor of Goobel e Alw LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for load watch work NKV Battcnburp materials nt Severance f Sons Tin latest designs stationery at Craig ft Hockeri NICK lino of dinner sets just la at Ceo II Farris Ss Cos WHAT has become the Commer cial Club Has it pone dead But Oliver plows never make a mistake Hlgglus b McKlnnoy OLD OatsIount Farmer showed us a copper cent ycsierday made In 1724 ToatonttotvlsStVatentinoedayand the stores here are prepared for it McCartyfarmad CLOVEH timothy sorchard grass red top millet and panics seeds of all kinds Hill L Deck youlIvothings Warren k Shanks WALTER WKIIII bus been appointed postmaster at Jumbo this county and J H Rice at Hcdccvlllo Doylo coun ty OLD WmstcWeatherford has a contract for full control and sale of Old Mock Whisky in Hue tonvlllc II C Mock TJIB mercury Is polntr rapidly down this morning and the predicted cold wave seams about to materialize after several days of hard rain A liOCSi and lotIn Uustonvlllo belonging to Ann Dryoa estate was sold by Commissioner II C Warren yeeter day to George Dryo for 8W CO r TUB Ladles Exchange will bo open every Saturday afternoon Speclalor dory loft at MoRobcrts drug store dur ing the week will bo attended to STRAYHD or stolen a black Berkshire sow of about 100 pounds Has ono ring In nose and tho other out Kownrd when returned to U C Warren lION P P BOIIHITT writes that ho Is sure that Taylor and others high In authority conspired In the assassination of Gov Goebol and that ho claims the privilege of prosecuting when they arc Indicted MoCarnoyJrlestlne atthe Christian church at Hub ble tomorrow Wednesday night Proceeds to go to tho Ladles Aid Society Everybody Invited Pan the third consecutive county court day It ruined hard all day yostor day and many a man got soaked to the skin for the privilege of enjoying the Inalienable and highly appreciated right to attend court Till pike from McKlnnoy to tho Casey county line Is again almost Im passable Tho wet weather freezes and thaws together with tbo heavy lumber wagons from Casey havo about gotten tbo beet of It There seems to bo really no bottom to the road Tin house of Gcor Craig colored near Turnorsvlllc was entered by a thief Saturday night Craig was not at home but his wife fired two shots at the scamp who entered by a back window and ho stood not on tho order of his go lag but loft Nothing is missed Two SENT Ur Judge Saufloy and Commonwealths Attorney Owsleywho spent Sunday at home say thuttwo men were sent to the penitentiary by the Mercer court last week for stealing and that the murder case of Kd Wright who killed John Gabhart Is set for today THE CouetaMoNUatBNTMr J E Bruce was the first here to contrib ute to the Goabol monument fund M P Klkln subscribed 810 and M G Reynolds 81 This Is a pretty good beginning Let others do likewise All subscriptions scat us promptly credited In this paper IN tho coouty court yesterday a num her of road surveyors were appointed and all settlement continued till next court T R Pettus rcslgdcd as con stable of tho Crab Orchard precinct and Judgo Bailey will likely appoint E M Estes who presented a petition of tho voters of the precinct that ho should be THIS musical and literary session given at tho Baptist church Sunday night by tho Womans Missionary So ciety drew an audience that packed the building and both edified and entertain cd all who wero present The music Will very fino and the papers by Mrs Nan nlo Saufloy Mrs JooHWhlto and Miss fettle Wcaren were as excellent and they wero appropriate to the occasion CONTINUEDCounty Clerk CeoQll Cooper G D Hopper W E Vornon Aden lllgnoy and Sidney Dunbar have been notified by District Attorney R D Hill that the cases against Messrs R L Hubble J M Alvcison and S J Embry Jr would not bo tried at tho February term of court but bad been continued Tbo Impression hero Is that tbo cases will never be tried WE will give top prices lor cal calves Hill fc DeckI WK have plenty of corn hay and nil kinds of feed continually on hand J H Baugbman doIOUR accounts settled Canon Attorney J R Bush and pay If you want to suva costs Beazley k Carter WHILE looking out the car window at Paris the other night porno fel low grabbed Prank Holtzclaws now 83 hat and ho had to come home bare headed Ho had been to Cincinnati TnmTYFOUltlD a little oout of a day and a halt In tho West End of Lin coln and parts of taaey our business manager got 20 new subscribers Yes terday bo got nine and fire have como by mall making 31 since last Friday A 8KLECT whist was given by Miss Pearl Burnsldo last night In honor of Miss Jane Lyne of Jessamine and Miss Maggie Tonll1nlon of Lancaster A dozen couples wore present and enjoycdtho evening to tho fullest extent Delightful refreshments were served at the proper hour Miss Mary Bruce and Will Embry won the prize To assist In the defense of the young men Indicted In tbo Federal court for Intimidating Negroes In the election E C Walton has received to last re port 395 75 hL G Reynolds 100 Hen Dauab 50- W M Myers 50 R L Murphy 50- Gco U GoodcCovlnglon 2 00 DAMMED Tile RIVERtSilas Anders in was tried before Judgo Bailey and a jury Saturday for building a stone fence In Dlx River near Lackeys ford causing the water to back up and make tho ford too deep for passage Ho was lined K and costs and ordered to re movo the fence at onco or bo subject to further prosecution Tbo old man thinks that things have como to a bell of a pats whbn a man cant dam a river or any other thing ha wants to IN justice to Dr Eaton of thq Bap tier Recorder wo reproduce a portion of his card published in the last Issue of his paper which we failed to see in a cursory glance at the odltorial page nor until our attention was called to it Ho says In answer to Tho many Inv qulrles I wish simply to say that I did not say what Is charged nor did I mako anything In tho neighborhood of such a remark I did say I was sorry Mr Goe bel was shot and I condemned the dastardly crime of the assassin In severe terms but I did not say that I wanted to see him hanged That charge U a gross misrepresentation Tbo rever end brother is hardly as emphatic or at Indignant as ho might be under such a serious charge A VISIT TO CASEY Each trip to tho good State of Casey Impresses mo but the moro thor oroilgly of the cleverness and hospital Ity of her citizens and I scarcely ever lot an opportunity slip to mingle with her people I had an opportunity Fri day and as usual I am glad I took advantage of it Although the county la torn np from center to circumference because of tbo fearful state of affairs at Frankfort people were not too much wrought up to listen to my tale of woo about job printing subscriptions money and the like As is always the case they treated mo well and patron bed mo us liberally as I cold have askedA spent with my old friend Willis T Coulter at Mlddleburg was ono of the most enjoyable features of my trip A gentleman of tho old school a democrat In whom there Is no gullo and hospitable to a fault ho mado tbo night so pleasant that I bad trouble In getting my consent to leave this happy old Kentucky home His wife who was a danghter of Mr Uarvo McAn inch is as kind and thoughtful as ho Is wblletholrchlldron do their part to make It pleasant for those who come Mlddleburg Is not booming I am sorry to say One store has been closed since my last visit and now G S Dur ham ft Co and Georgo R Jeter have the thing all to themselves Both seem to bo prospering however and deserve the good trade they are getting Joracs W MoWhortcr ono of the noblest of democrats expressed his willingness to shoulder his gun and help straighten things out at Frank fort Ho has passed the three score mark but there Is still tight In him for the cause of right Tbo llttlo Venice Yosoralto was al most under water but I heard no cry of dull times Coulter Kelsay Jason Colloy Mrs Lowborn and Miss Helen Sharp wore all busy waiting on tho trade and all woro a look of contentment Miss Helen Sharp postmaster at Yosemite is tho busiest lady In Casey In fact sho does moro work than the average man and does it better Be sides attending to her duties as postmaster sho conducts a general mer chandUe store and in season runs 0 nourishing millinery doing her own trimming Sho has no clerk or assist anco of vy kind Green River has been on a fearful tear and Mlddloburg and Yoscmlto people woo deprived of their mall two dayfa last week The river was not ford able and Uncle Sam accepts the excuse and the citizens have to do so What a pity either the pike company or tho bridgesTwentyfour Thursday J was unable to ford at Yo Semite and bad to walk over on a so called suspension bridge for footmen Forty hours later I forded at Liberty and water was almost up to tho seat of the buggy I merely mention this to show what inconvenience the good peo plo of tho county suffer by a failure to provide bridges Liberty Is still Improving Smoke and hum from the planing mill can be seen and heard for miles a roller mill la talked of and a numborof houses are under construction Tbo capital has certainly taken a new lease bf lIfo and U not grown by a long shot The Commercial Bank ono of the best In the State will movo this week Into Its elegant new brick bulldlngand the room now occupied will be taken by J Glnsburg of Stanford who will sell sheep clodlngs Attorneys J Boyle and George E Stone are In Nebraska seeing after the 875000 estate left to Mls Onto Whit tie who fives at the tollgala on the Mlddleburg pike There seems to be no doubt about their being ablo to bring a good bulk of tho money back Miss Whittle Is 65 years old but not too old to take care of the money Tho Whlpps have grftuly Improved tho Interior of the Napier Hotel and are running It In style They are set goodbuslnossof the Exchange Hotel Two Casey democrats contributed to tbo fund to defend Messrs Hubble AI vcrson and Embry In the U S court They are W M Mycra and R L Murphy good men and truo blues In the cause of democracy If you will let up on Taylor Ill take your paper said a Casey county republican No trade was made Eld J Q Montgomery has brought his aged mother from Adair county to live with him Sho has been for a tuna time and was barely able to make the trip shopInand best bakers Uais George I N Glllock Try him The Masonic lodge has just received now furniture regalia etc and its In tenor Is a beauty Tbo lodge Is a com p1rQ holy npw one but Is said to bo In fine working order Dink Wilkinson will have a salo near Phil Thursday and will quit farming for a while and devote his entire time to trading Ho Is undecided as to where ho will live but either Dunnvlllo or Liberty will catch the clover gentle man E C W Thero are 23 babies In Brcathltt county named for the late Gov Goebol Dllnvll1eldieddaughters Mrs A C Hodgen in Rues lIvllle aged 83 Tho steamer Itcnry M Stanley struck a pier of tho Cincinnati South ern hrldo nt Cincinnati and sunk The steward was drowned Hereford Bull Calves UrnfONJlull nl uali W T TUCKKU Maywood Kf PosTEr toyranVU LANIHWAK Ottcnhlm COMMISSIONERS SALE Of Stanford Property LINCOLN ClItCtIT Cover tiefrllihlltIn Fiecutlonofa judgment of the Lincoln Clr IntheMONDAY FEB 26 2900 thefrontrol10WlllgbyMyerSolon era lot and on the west bj the lUniiey and Farrla rropert1 Second A lot bounded thin Fronting 20 fret 0 inches ou the wm side of Depot ttreet on the mull by the lot of J II and S lit Shanks known M the Commercial lintel the west by the lot llnuerly 00 by lIIn hili Iloom soul on the north by the J Myers lot Third A HOUSE AND LOT Situated In nald town bounded thui Ueiglnnlngat a stake 33 fat from centre of railroad and corner to rllrotsSIcorner to Wallace thence his line N ntt W 181y tat to a ta e corner to me In lOulh lido of Hiret thence wliliiame N K fil feet to a stake corner to Joseph McAIUtir thence with hit Una ant Mlll9 Hughe 8 loj Ji 4 feet to the beginning Ab- oABLACK STALLION 3 old hinds high marked with a whi- tsnipontleuouandwhtlesIot on lower part ol one of till by Uorge Dictator All of the abore or injicli thereof ai will aatUly the Judgment rendered In said action and which will on that day amount to JWSO Inlet and coats TEUMdOFHALE AcrcdKof six and twelte months In equal Installments Loads with good 1111barlugto tie It WAil aN Commissioner PUBLIC SALE I will sell publicly In Crab Orchard on Wednesday Feb 14 1900 At oclock the following property belonging tl the estate ol Robert Fish one turbe chair completeoutnt of barber tools good worl boric twohone wagon Oliver Chllicd plow No 20 IaoIe r tI S I S SS e s e ee FOR OLIH6R AND BUCHER S GIBBS PLOWS B REPAIRS AND PLOW HARNESS cc ew E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky 0 0 + 4 + 0114JACK SALE AT DANVILLE KY ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 Maple Park Kindergarten E P Faulconer Pror Buyers from all points will bo on hand ctrEntrle must ho mndo nt once My nextNorm Solo will occur April 12 13 14 and 15 Item title In mind e 0 SSI S WINTERIs nearly gone and in order to male room for our Spring Stock we will CIese oatr InIWinter Clothing Overcoats Odd Pants Underwear Boots Heavy Shoes Overshoes Lined Gloves Duck Coats in fact all heavy goods at Less Than Wholesale Prices Give us n call and we will save you money Cummins McClaryCash Clothiers and Furnishers e l Our Custom Made Shirts We bavo just received complete line of Gents Custommade Shirts in both For cales and Imported Madras Cloths They are perfect in slyly and fit Our line of UnderweartComprise both the plain and fancy weave in price ranging from 25 cents to II We also handle THE SCKEVEN DRAWERS They are mado of Host n each Drill with the patent elastic seams once worn always worn Price 65 cents REMEMBER OUR SHOES Are the best styes the latest prices the lowest on aimillar goods Good Goods our Specialty JOHN P JONES Stanford fl g m Bim J I Some Good Things I IFor Wednesday Thursday I and Friday t will oiler for the above stated time some real Berlins end n them only for the three days mentioned or as long M they weI IWePieces Wrapper Stjlo Sea Island Percales usually sold at 12jc 7Jc this h less than cost to produce 25 Illnck Silicon Um 20 inches splendid School Umbrellas for asc each I Remnant Counter short lengths of Calicoes Ginghams and Percales at Bargain prices IOf Zclgler Hfos Shoes for Ladles Misses and Children m SEVERANCE a SONS Opposite Court House h1m Iafi a iJ BEST is THC cNEIOO i CC tllllqlNd POSTv ItoSfror7han37I l s- Tle9ra ltyIIIESend ForNI lzla ulpyitreXyy C JTHE ITERIORJOURNA Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford aa teoitjdclast matter Yvrlallahd usalapa aadTr ridaa A- 1 PER YEAR CASE 200wllIb cbsrtedII WBtnnotsopiid I i KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION ArrrlTesat Stanford at 108 A 4 Leaves Stanford at 210 a No II ArrlresatUowlsndst 1200 PAT No22 Lores Stanford at 260 r U KNOXVILLE DIVISION e14 Train colD North HHlIMar am atIII SouhHI2 M p For alllfolnu OQQH TICKETS SOLD- nAQOAOE CHECKED TBIIOOO For any Information enquire ot JOE S RICE Agent Stanford Xl FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI sTralnsleiTeFrsnkfort at 650 AM 340 rvwith the Q sad r concocting Georgetown A C Returning have larla at e3O and 1140 with Qafter connectingreachingp A C traID at 1120 x710 r x and JpM The letter into leavee for Georgetown at 713 r J1L NEWTON U V A QUEEN CRESCENT Tnlnt going South pass Junction City No 1122 AXKoJNo311SOFLdoes not stop NoS t r if Going South No doesnt atop No 4 345 M No6 125 r X No 6 Th Southern IhiulInvestment Company Of Lexington Ky Plan INSURANCE REVERSED WePayWhUeTon LIvo Old Line Pay When You Die her 203000 paid in lltlng benefit ISiOW Rttetit and Surplui n RSEi WEAKEN Local Agent SMITH ROMAN Seel1taD1b1ll K Lexington DR R COLD STeIN TnT Celebrated Eye Specialist r 01 sLottlsvllle Kentucky mil be at the Veranda Hotel Stanford Satur day Feb 24th Returning one day in each month Byes ExAmine and Glasses Scientifically Adjusted J+ c+ MCciaMY Ii UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalenr In 3XABNESS SADDLERY 0 la Stanford Ky I 1 y iTOk CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un ion Station 10th and Broadway f desiring information and rules to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska sad points in the tar Wcat Including Cal ifornia should address it Frank J Reed Gen Pass Agt E H Bacon Die Pass Agt WK McDoel VicoPrei Gen Mnr Charles II Rockwell Traffic Mngr It NEWS OF THE VICINAGE The Door government has official received U S Consul Hay Five prisoners nil hounobrcakoi made their escape from tho Loulivil Jail The mercury has been as low as i below zero at Dawson Alaska Lhls winterW Offutt a brother of Mrs W B Haldeman died at her homo In Lou tavllle Will Golson a desperado was hang at Birmingham Ala for killing a del uty sheriff Tho electrical cqulpraontdepartmc at the Brooklyn navy yard was destro ed by fire Sunday Loss 8100000 Louis OShaughnessy tho wcl known journalist who married MIss Bondurant of Louisville died In Doa tonIn a wreck on the Ct N In Mich Ran nine persona were killed threo missing live seriously and four sUght ly B Mollnonx was found gut ty ol murder In the first degree by pot caning Katharine J Adams at New York by confections tent through tbo mallsAt Port Arthur Tex Jaa Swcone a white man was lynched by a mob le- the alleged murder of a fellow worl man of which ho had been acqulttc after a formal court trial A dispatch from Buenos Ayres state that on last unday there were 210 sun strokes In that city and that ot tbis treat number 134 were fatal Tho mercury registered 129 In the shade Near ClarkvUle Tenn James Gordon a colored cook cut Mrs Georg lawllngg1 throat from ear to ear wlLh a tobacco knife The husband returne bout tho tlmo tho murderer mado tbe atal thrust saw what had occurred and seized his shotgun firing at the Ncgr all be ran and blew his brains out Mrs John R Rogers whose death at tbe Maternity Hospital In Cincinnati followed by that of her baby poona urely born will be burled by Job lencham a Cincinnati carpenter vJLh whom she eloped at his family lot Her husband John R Rogers refused to accept the body HIDDLEBUR6 WT Durham and Zack Delk returned from Coopcrsrllle Wayne county Sunday John Staton wont to Parks vUlo last week to see hU best girl Mr taton says our old friend J B Alnut Is batching but Is talking of marry ig soon The outrage at the State Capital Is sLiU the only topic among democrats epubllcans are etlll profoundly silent- on tbo subject I believe that the better element ot them arc feeling badly over it and would give anything rea inable If they had Never heard of Dill Taylor but I am persuaded that thero- are some who are so depraved as to Police over tbo murder ot Gov Goebel Republicans could not buy or bluff Gov Goebel hence they murdered him Republicans will have one con sola Lion next fall If they can not beat Bryan they can murder him It Is a wonder Bill Taylor did not havo the militia interfere and atop Gov Goebela funeral Of the may black spots on the record r the republican party the murder oi Gov Goebel la the blackest If Bill Taylor will take his blood sLalned garments and sneak oft to some secluded spot whore no human being Is over likely to go and do the Judas lsearJot act be will partially satisfy aU- Lbo outraged people If Bill Taylor d cs not evacuate the premises soon were preparing to go to Frankfort and smoke him out I havo smoked out many a skunk There more Catarrh In this Motion oClhe coun trylban all other dlteAtes together and uulll- tile laic few year was lupponed to be Incurable doctors it a blOnllaollTonounred It tarrh to lie conttltutlonal dlwato and therefore lutresconiUlutioDsl treatment nalla Catarrh Cure FJ Chtnert Co Tola do Ohio b the only constitutional cure on the luarttt It It taken Internally In dow from dropl to a teatpoonful It acta directly on the blo aDd mucous of tbe sjritem They- otler f for cue It fall to cure for clr culare and lImonlah Address J CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 Sold by Drugglit Jo Ualll amIlT are the bat Tho Stonewall Brigade will be presented at the Louisville Coo feder ate Reunion May UOJune 3 by soldiers from the 2d 4th 5th 27th and 33d tog lente Virginia Infantry and Fondle ton Battery I MILLIOIIS GIVEir AWAY It le certainly gratifying to the public to know concern In tbe who are not to bi geDeroul to the needy and suaering The proprle not Dr New JjillCOnr1 for Coneumptloe Coughl and Cold pare given away over ten mil- 1I0Drlal bottle of thla great medicine and have tbe aaUllacliou of knowing It has absolutely cured ouunda ofbopelea caws Asthma Bronchitis JloaraeullYl and all dlwaM of the Throat Cbeat- aDd Lunge are surely cured It Call on Penny Urugglot aDd get a rJM trial bottle Regular alas cenla aod II Every bottle guaranteed or rrlce- refuuded I think I would go crazy with pain- were It not for Chamberlains Pain- Balm writes Mr W H Slapeton Her minle lauIhave been afflicted with eumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number bu- Pilln Balm is the best medicine I have- got hold of One application relieves thepaln For sale by Craig A hooker Thirtyseven Lewis county citizens have organized a Sheep Growers Asao claLlon the object of which is to pro- vent hunting with guns or dogs on the grounds of any of tbe members weB PENNY D DS STANFORD KY w d Wf- 3YOt lee At Residence on Lancaster Street OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED I would like to talcce optloni on farms In Lincoln County or terms and nartlcu ruiddroM WM LANDOHAK a 19 Krlper Ky To Our Patrons We are now upen with our full SPRING STOCK aSuch an Dry toed Notions Clothing Hoot nnd Shoe IUU and CalllaUIII and genie fur tubing We i are our line a full toed Carpets Mattings Rugs Window 8h tic We are still In the lead and alwy will Iwihlowprlceooeverything men toned store + COME AND SEE TJS And you will find we mean what we My We thank you lor put favor and solicit your blurs pitronigv RACKET STORe The Cheapest Store la the Country FOR RENT A mail farm bolonitlns to William itawe S mile from Stanford bu Stanford A Fomcr act Turnpike Apply to 01V LOVFLL PauOoy Ky The NEWrVMBER TSTAienD J A ALLEN CO Contractors and Builders Stanford Wo hue opened np a Lumber Yard on Lower Main Street Dr L IL Cooks We will keep on hand all kinds ot Bulldlnjc Material such at Doof1lSasb I1Ilnd Foor Siding Yellow Pine Owing Hiuo Corner Illock Haw Blocks lirackele Spindles Turn Column OableScrolU and Fancy Shingles different circa In Molding Laths Shingles Steel Roofing and will also keep on band all kinds of Kouch Lumber Wire Fence Tout and In tact everything that Is kept In a Hrstclans LumberYard Doll and sea us It will be to your advantage J A ALLEN it co THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been roo icntly equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Leases the new discovery In optical clenco to say to the Ladle that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of too very Latest Designs its jjOuiditigs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to be seen to bo appreciated Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate Among the lot I the New French Fleur De mouldings specially for suitable pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that ro wire a dainty frame When In Danville call and see us and get our prices We w11l save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office D nvlllt Ky w JuCAISONSTANFORD KY Is The Recognized Leader In The Following Article Carriages Buggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and Avery Plows Harness At The ZowestPrices SEED OATS FOR SALE When You Need Paints Oils Consult i Craig Hoeker Stanford OLv 05 CNNce or Neaarl o rtC1 0 4 Route new Orleans fiouston Gal veston and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the Outtit ana Crescent WtuaPAn110 From Cincinnati and the North 89 Miles Shorter than anv Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibuled Limited Trains Hour Schedules Only One Change Cars to Jason Vlcksburg Houston Dallas San Antonio etc anT Lint cxtTTiiioou smumoHtM atw onum u tai cmcur T Si LFourTrains TO MIS Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS 4 trains every weekday3trains on Sunday Pullman and Wagner Sleepers on night trains Vertlbuled r A Parlor Cars on day train s=mow 6trains cr ry wcctcxlay IIIDlllllpO US4IralnrywckcfaYT 0 CHICAGO 4 trains on Sunday Vestlbuled train Standard and Compartment Steeping Can Parlor Cars and Caft Dining Cara e r r DINK FARMER hit eanilldato for Jnllor subject to tho nc tlorf of the dvniocrntlo patty Ha solicit your support JOHN C PEPPLES U acandldnto for Jailer of Lincoln Couiit subject to thu action of the democratic pat ty support Is solicited GOOD FARM FOR SALE I wlih to tell privately M Sfr ottlin final Iln on Including tn house or Ore room kitchen and cellar and loatedontheflanlitunJthe door TbI111tI1a IluilonTlIU plh1 miles from Danville sail frvm lluilonrlllo Forty acres oflbe firm lilt whrttlnnn romlltlon aD1 lherearel7 arreto corn land II ptirchivr went more Und I will sell him the entire of IU acres Tni U suit the putthurr For further particulars rail on or aildreHrC AMOI tHI K Ky J T SUTTON Undertaker Huitonville Kentucky Offers his Mrrlce to the people ofWnt IJccol sod Cur oonntlM Full stock ol Coffin uJ Cub etaIallOnhancD I R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Phone No 48 Over Illpglu McKlnne J Mlntoshs Livery feed Stable 1ttcKll7r7EY1Y Good Rigs at reasonable prices HAfe driven double and stogie for day or nlgl If you want to work Cuoy adJolDlnlt counties McKinney Is tho place to drlo from horses well fur fee day week or mouth A share of your 1IMilage aolfcltod FOX a LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK none and Mules constantly OL hand and Jar silo at all times H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cal FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT INSURANCE Only the belt companies represented Inquiries solicited 12 R H MAUOXY Agt Stanford Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Iror nucnstcr t Kentucky Newly tarnished clean beds iplcodi ibis Everything firstclass Porterp noel all trains 89- D S CARPENTER Hustonvillo Ky- lees constantly on hand a complotn hoc ot Buggles lluckbonrdr harness I urns lure c Agent tot Dcrrlnff Mower and Indent andrepalra Oliver Chilled Iowa thn boat always for sale Call ou hint M FRITH HOTEL P PBA1ICISCO Proprietor kT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY linl Hotrl n tbe mountain riles ronildeml Iorwn mtoUIi train Sleclslattention lo tra- ellng me- nrHE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJeSJOL SS Hotel In tho city making a 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from tho three principal theatres Street cars pays the door to all parts ol tbe City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill YOu take your Wheat and Corn to Morris In shopStanfordtIoal You can also buy Flour Meal Ship stulT linen Chicken Feed c cheaper at Is trialallII ood thing for farmers and pledge liber al transaction and full weight My good cometrom Dudderixra Dlx River taller Mills and are firstclass MOIUtIS KKKD Telephone No 08 IdHlriDIaaMJJ rATKxlr KLGoKD bnut any r d Saddle Stallion For Sale I will Nell niwnalilv the splendid Riddle Stsl lion lilt Klje Jr tit hat iroun hlmtelfa One breeder and beau cmllrnt IndlTMusl Aillrtw J I IIALLAUD ITrSfhmrlllf Kr WHITE HOTEL W H CAUUllJl 1UOK CORBIN KENTUCKY CtOnlnPuxugtrbepet Inteua throughout IUIM Hits day PLEASE READ January tat tho regular semiannual aettling time has come gone and aomeof my patrons kayo not nettled with me It are one of them are ear nestly requested to Kettle Thanking one and for wet latronngo and sollcltlne a contlnuaco Very J H OUKRIU A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offlc cT MtEoUru Drnj Stor In tb Uu1I U- DPOSTED I oatITha von whore names appear strictly turbid ifay hunting of game of aur kind at any time of the year on tbtlr land and will prosecute to the full extent of the aw any who violate Dr Hugh Held J U McAllUr John Fmter E Wood 8 T Harris Kormtus Held M B Ilaughman S H A W H Shanks J W llaughman 8 J Kraury J S Ownloy Sr J U uclilnney V M Ware J K Karris W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With Vttallird Air Physician lo attend ance Office In the New Thompson IlQllatng rI FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STAMFORD ST C 1U1 Stock IIMOOO Surplus 817GS3 51 This ItuUtaUoB orlflosllr MUblUbM u Us Va paltrUnknr8UDfardloi Mlben rmrfaolMd si thaNatlonal Dank ofSUntonl JIGS and agata orgialMj as the First Natlonl hank ot SUnfcrd aSI2 has had practically an unlnrrup 1It 1 sar for It year It It tttur rapptleJ will Ucllttiwfor trsnutctlof biuloeu rromptlj and lib srsllythsntTtrUforttn Its lonind boaorsblt caner Ant of InJltUutO fidudtrlesfinai anti ladlf IdaslssalldUdnmscToas rRetJUocolnCaf JWIlaydoStuforl- 8Tllartl 8 II BubmsD J 8IIXkr II T P Hill WP Walton W A TrlbbU IUOollltrCrsbOrthd MJ Miller Ml VrooQ kf0EIaoi Stanford orncisi J Sloe tr Pmld nt J J Meltobtrtt Cashier Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 amrorteThFannenhaokA Trust Company and under same tisnacement ousljr for Yes Solicits Your Bank Account Iopinguch DulualITDIItEOTI ItS J J Wllllsms J S OWII JN Menrfrt J W Carr nler W HOanimlns J K Lynn SlIHhints J K Cash J JI Uvslsr UFFICCI18 8 H PrMldentilJUOwsley6uhleri lirlibt AntCublsr TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VI- Aoutnern Railway tIoUTilUXllaoLUYerror schedule through car erlre and tnnpor theunlulavllle inconneecction IWtheQueen dCrania l1anlIIlltentniKoroit from Clnrlnnstl to rOIUloulnllle Jounlalnltbe Sly tokwnTlIlnthrougIreplngcareIa tbe K C F H A M lUllroad In mnanctlone llrmingbamIaa1Jaup Jacksonvlleau thirty Wln rtalLwarRapstd free to any liy J BOAdmsitChlcagaInC FapAgent a W A TURK 0 P Alau1vllle Ky Washington D 0 W U TAYLOE A 0 P A ILoulsrllle