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IIil Fox Hunting and Fox Hounds Wo teo from tho Richmond papers that the fox hunters club of Madison county will hold their annual meeting at fedora hill on tho 23lh and 2flth of this month Seeing this has reminded us of tho dotalla tlvcn by tho hunters of Lincoln county of tomo of the most Interesting race run by their pack during the past fall two or three of which wo hone will not prove unlnter eating to the general reader and wills certainly provo 9f Intoreit to that tar lion of our readers who enjoy and In tlulRe In the manly sport of tho cba e Indeed our hunters claim that the chino Is the most Innocent Inexpensive healthful and manly exercise that can be Indulged In by that class of persons who oro confined to the house us n means of business and livelihood a 1 the chase le usually at night when all i business Is suspendedoIn the early part of the past fall soy eral gentlemen of this town started out very early In tbo morning for the knobs South of here and about four miles Soutb of the city In tbo hills the dogs struck the track of roynard who was roused from his lair alter 15 min eke trail and after a circle or two around the hills nearby bo started olT In a direction duo South to near Kings vlllo where In the hills between that placo and Green rhor ho wade tho run from about 10 oolook In the morning until 3 oclock In the afternoon about which time ho started back ovor abodt tho same truck bo made In tbo morn log 15 or Iu miles to tho place where ho was started at S ooloak In tbo morn lag and reached tho covey at 4 oclock that afternoon about 180 or 200 yard ahead of the pack Prom that time until dark ho made several circle- around on the sluts North and Sout of Green river crossing thence the turnpike loading from Stanford to Som erect ho wont directly In the direction of tho hilts on tho headwater of Duck Creek out of hearing and out of all trace by tbo hunters When last see n just ul dark the pack of hounds wore altogether and not a dog bad quit th- race from 8 oclock In the morning un til 7 oclock In the afternoon How much longer they ran the gentlemen da not know but at 10 oclock next day one of tho gentleman who Is a more chant was Informed by persons coming Into town over the Somerset nlko that hits dogs were on the road between Mr Lynns und Mr Daughmans coming toward town In a walk with their tails down and apparently greatly fagged out IIo got In hit buggy and wont out and met them and escorted them townShortly after this tbo hunters made another run at night Leaving Star ford lust before sun down they roaebe- the top oftbe knob just at dark when the hounds struck the trail of the to tho moon was full tbo sky cloudle atmosphere damp tho ground soft In- tbe beautiful bracing weather of Ootrber The trail lasted about IS minutes when the hounds came the fox in bis onvey For about o hour the fox circled around In the neighborhood where uarted und theo wont oil In tho direction of Meitlnney In the hllle between which place in Green river he made a two hours run From which place he came In the rectlon of Stanford passing down t knobs be crossed thu farms of Snil Uaugbman William Shanks and WI liam Hall thence across tbo drab Or chard pike to the olllTs of Dix river In tbo jungles of cedar above Duddera- a r Mill In the neighborhood of whit bo made another two hour run crow Ing the river bo went directly to Whlto Oak echoolhouso near Lancaster the neighborhood of which bo ran for about ono hour Leaving that point struck straight for the ford at Anderson farm whore hejcrossed an over the farms of Anderson Chancel lor Gaines Jones und Tucker entered the knobs near Oltonholm whore ho made hUirununtll oclock In morning When ho loft tho kno fitarme of Tuckur Junes OwsloyJ tr iccllor und Anderson to tho cedar i ltd on Dlx river whero ho ran until 7 oclock In the morning when he took refugo In a hole on the river clIITd The cry of thohoundswaa intone continuous und raustcaljjdurlng tbo wholo night Not n dog eluno buck to tho hunters None that they know of quit the chase Nona thrown out or straggling behind but well packed a well abreast duringthc entire race well as the hunters could observe the poQk having passed directly by them several times during the night- r Our olub la coraposediof lawyer 1 merchants und ono big black Nero roan named Jones who lives at thu loot of tho knobs nndjwho Is especially us ful to thorn for a variety Sof purpog such aa making flrce taking core of tho horses and brlnglngIn the dogs af ter the chaso Is over They are till fond of Jones There aro doubtless many packs of dogs In Kcutuoky that aro better than the ono owned by the Stanford hunt ers but they are well satisfied with their dogs which have B historic and royal breeding being descendents from tbo Maohfoot hitch out of Wash Mau foandgle ha by Shelbys Diamond and ho by Molvlnncy Sport which latter was brought from Virginia by Garland Car ter u n amber of years ago Many Incidents are told by the hunt ers showing the taro cunning and kill of tho fox oath wonderful sagacity of the well trained fox hound ono of which wo will relate The fox had been started three mllce west of town on the farm of Mr Samuel Harris After running around several hours In hearing bo crossed tbo Fork and went through the forma of S W Glvcns dc ceased William McAfee and over Into sthe neighborhood of tbo farm of Logan where ho wade a run fro ne to two hours when ho returned through the farm owned by Edward McCarty deceased just west of and ad joining the creek and turned Imme d lately back on his track and went about onehalf a tulle and turned to tho right about 200 or ICO yards where laid down and the dogs como on hl track at full cry to the creek when a l orect silence reigned for 10 or I minutes Tho hunters were fondle on a high hill n creek bluff on the tarn of Mr Harris within lOOyardi of tho creek The dogs circled all aroun thorn oath up and down tbo creek both sides but failed to Und whore fox had left the crock At length Capt Powells Gold Hug went back to the taint on tho creek whero the fox had some to the water and began speaking us the hunter thought tho bank track which she continued for about halt n beganhbe to lag committed by bs favorite dog when the captain answered I do not know what It mesas but she docs and you will know bcforo long In a few minutes Gold Dug turned off at a right anglo and after a trail of 200 or 300 yards steed tho fox from his cover and brought him at lull cry and speed within u low stops of where the hunt en were standing when Capt Powell- aid I suppose you know now wba- Cold Hug meant by tbo supposed bad track error But for her great skill and pagacity tho chase would have end ed with tbo lots at the creek Out a It was the chase was continued and tho hunter had a night of glorious sport A Lot lift OrTHBSrOHT KINGSVILLE toG A Walter one of our most popular citizens Is recovering from a severe case of tonsllltls Hardlda ounl after a very successful ton- nxAll tho stores have n largo display of h0Xmas geode and the rush of truths Is calling for extra clerks Tho small boy Had some of tho Inner ones have com araworkaa of BMr und DJrs14 L McCaity wont to Stanford and Danville Monday for Christmas shopping and other boa ontodr garet Williams has moved to Burgl tvlhehatId have rented u house of Dan Heater Master Claude Hicks Is suffering from phyehIs caw will necessitate an operation anId James Hoy lit Frankfort Mlsa Eleanor D1Argaraeet r daIL Johnson lust week Her little daugh ter Florence who Ins been attending Cabr u MIDDLEBURG Tho Baptist church la covered and looks well The weather is as lino as over known at flits time of the your Rev Purdom ailed hia appointment at tho MK church Sunday William Miller sold to Albert Colloy a tine horse and buggy this week toaeD a nice cow G S Durham has a largo line of Xmas goods und will expect to sell the patrons of thin community tholr grad Mcsdumcs II U und Hll McAn Inch aro lu Danville this wick visiting Mr Spurgeon Sympson oath wife re SaturdayCeDurham and Uncle Isaac Cow n wuro ut Liberty Tuesday on business rf05nourworo fatally Injured and six passengers hurt W MTVERNON Houk Se Son VUiiived Into their big new storeroom Mrs Chapman will leave Thursday r Woodford county Mrs F L Thompson who has been quite Ill la much Improved Jonas McKenzie and son Charlie are on tho sick list this week Thn II A Chapter hero will have a team to put through next Monday nightMrs Judge Fish will leave Monday to spend Christmas with her parents at Wllllarasburg A Pennlnglon and family have mars ed Into their now dwelling near the Baptist church Hiram Fish and family will move shortly Into tbo property vacated by Agent Lacdrum reportedmcountry cases typhoid fever and pneumonia Shell Forrlster tbo bustling stave man has 10 car loads of staves on the siding hero ready for shipment Mark Poyntcr a half brother of Wm andD C Poyntor of this placo died morningsan teacher opens a subscription school pubnour were this week and It is said two more will reelaMcClurodled Friday of consumption The husband and ono little girl are left to mourn their bereavement It la reported thai the Kentucky Fret stono Co at Langford nag bought the llockcastlc Stone Coe quarry and In terests located at Lang ford Station Annie Elizabeth little daughter o Mr Tom Proctor died yesterday a scarlet lava Wo deeply sympathize with the sorrowing parents In this tbol first lots Willis Adams who la now located a Hurtsborrow Ala writes that he Is happily basking in tbo Southern sun and breathing the perfume of tho low ers that Bro around him everywhere Darlingtonk I water and breath lug HockcastloVhcallhful atmosphere toer will spend tho winter Mrs Clouser Is much Im proved In health by her three months stay here She Is an excellent woman and the many friends that she bas made in Mt Vernon regret to have her leave them Val Freeman who was badly Grip pled up In a dynamite explosion at Sparks Quarry some three weeks ago Is slowly recovering The writer paid a visit to Hustonvlllo Thursday las Jack Hunseo and Luther Mulilns arc very low of typhoid fever Dr Meyers u Covlngton dentist has arrived witi his family und located at this place Ho comes highly recommended as oltUon and artist Miss Alma lund Is clerking at IIouK Sons no store J J Ping Is having fine success In Southern Kentucky traveling for a publishing house Albert Teague North Carolina has bought an alert CulpcIIto Horaclly Jim Jones IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Shea formerly of Lancaster died In Louisville Monday Miss Lottie E Nell has been appointed postmaster ul Gradyvlllo Adair county vice E H Hughes resigned Phosbc King wanted in Pulaekl county for ullegud complicity Int murder of another woman was wifcst ed In Chattanooga r WyH have been appointed storekeepers an saucers In the Danvillu Internal reve nue district O U Waddle of Somerset has been appointed attorney for tho receiver of the fulled Somerset Nutlonul Bank Somerset The controller of currency baa decided to liquidate the affairs of the bank under his direct supervision and will appoint an expert of his olli as receiver At Danville James Stout was udjudg cd a lunatic and ordered to tbo asylu n at Lexington Hols the young ma who fired on several passenger an frleght trains Saturday afternoon an narrowly missed killing Actor Ito son Stout inherited n fortuno la atlll in his possession und seems have gone crusty over money tnuttor- Onu of his manias has been to own stock In many different banks and dur lug the post two years ho hud bung single shares In banks scattered from Maine to California Tllli HKST PLASTER A pieic of flannel dampened wi Chamberlains Pain Halm and bound plSor pains In the side or chest Live ita trial nod you are certain to bo more than pleased with the prompt relief which it rhoumaIism r sale by Craig A Hocker LANCASTER J C Thompson U adding to tbo at traction of life handsome new home by laying u broad brick pavement in front of his premises Barlow d Wilson Minstrels will give a superior entertainment at the opera house this evening and a large crowd Is anticipated A Christmas design loaded with gifts and appropriate vocal exercises will bo a Mondayfternoon W S Beazloy recently bought 030 barrels of corn for about 81500 Mr Beazley Is tbo champion cattlo raiser and trader of this C D Powell Is ectlonIcery store on creasing the width of the building Mr Powells fine trade demands larger star ago room Thomas Johnston and family and Mrs Hollo Burnllde and daughter will move to town utter Christmas oath will CampbollMla Dora Delaney of this vicinity and Robert Stapleton of Crab Orch ard Miss Jennie Hurt und Auburn Van Hues both of this county are two cou pies who launched on the sea of matrl many this week Night prominent tobacconists Monday for Louisville to dispose of thist seasons yield of the wpcd They ship pad 05 hogsheads and will roll to the Stono Ware House tbo Brown House and the Central Ware louse A diamond ring valued at about 975 TuesdayThu8150 Tho amount realized was 8117 and tbo winner was E Bishop who bad invested the largo sum of 18c The venerablo father of Elder A R remainedfsup has returned to Ml Jdlctown The do parture of his daughter to join her hus consequenttre turnE W Morrow jeweler of this city was ono of tho successful guessers In the Cincinnati Enquirer census contest lust awarded by that newspaper company Mr Morrow was one of the win ners of the 825 prize and seems to be unusually glued ua solver of puzzles CampNelsonprize In this section Mrs John Rife mado a narrow es cape lately from a serious accident a lamp was overturned tbo oil Ignited MrsItiITeas an Inevitable sequence her clothing badlyburned notMiss Eliza Luskof this city and tobto latare healthyrtho Midway school on account of tbo illness of her brother Joe from mesa tlee Mrs M P Friable Mr and Mrs doughptives In Danville Dr and Mrs W S Bcazloy are In Louisville At 8 oclock on Tuesday morning at tho residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Burnslde their younger daughter Miss Jennie and John 11 Furra were united In mar rlugo Rev H N Faulconer of Hills boro 0 performing the ceremony Immediately otter the consummation which only a few friends and relatives witnessed the newlywedded couple left for a bridal trip to Asheville N C Tho wedding was a very quletonowlth displaydbrown traveling suit with appropriate accessories Misses Letltlu and Eliza both Brown Basslo Webb of Loxlng oftan Pearl Burnstdo and Mr and Mrs George A McRoberts of Stanford were some of the guests C0SPAIIiS GREATEST JIEEr 1I11ahllsoused Inere p3Ine In I Ie hark or lib head ltloolnrouohpdrlgorbnew lute stet lelnere anil organ of thelKHlr If weak tired 1Ift It 8lireq liottle KiuranUtxl only cents Sold al rur tore Dantto ono of the verv best peace officers in the State will bo en tertained hero tomorrow night with a EatonthStoughLexingtons What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phs ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the bill to n dot They are easy to take amj pleasant in effect For ealp by Craig k Hocker Druggists Barlow Wilsons Minstrels at Waltons Opera House Saturday Night next Dec 22nd 1 I4DontL UNLESS IT IS USEFUL jItyou are in doubt about your selection Allow us to suggest J 0 Mens Suits and OvorcoalsM S3 50 to 810 00 JJII3tsi t Shoes Mens and Boys fFl to fo Umbrellas 50c to 80 Shirts 60c toI11J19150 Hath and Night Robes 50c to 15 Smoking Jackets i5 to i 750 Milliters I3e to 250 Handkerchiefs 5c loll Suspend ri11 IJarelOc to 91 Neckwear 25c to LOc Mackintoshes 3 to IJ 1350 Valises and Suit Cases illo 87 Gloves and it jHosiery 25c to 81 50 Underwear 25c to2 50 j t fE3ijMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing nnd Repairing I1 t Your money back If youre not satisfied I il mILLER HIRSDH Danvine j CoIlCod1rAir1WWW 83 1et QA Cut Prices Dont forget that we can save you from S200 to 8500 on an Ovecoat or Suits Greatly Reduced Prices on OvercoatsSuite Odd Pants at Actual Cost The Season Is advancing and we want to tell them Cummins MeClary Clothiers and Furnishers Prices Talk If you iHcil a handsome Chamber JSct Lamp Dinner Set or any thing in the way of Limoges Carlsbad or genu ine China Salad Dishes After Dinner Coffees Champagne Glasses Cut Glass Tumblers Optic Goblets Opal Ware in fact any thing in the way of a nice present in China or Glassware we would be glad to have you see our stock Our goods are strictly up to date and prices low DSfrTull stock of Fruits Candies Xuts Celery and Cranberries t C11re want your Xmas O1delI Higgins McKinney Stanford We Are Headquarters for The Purest of Drugs Watch Out For Our Opening of CHRISTMAS GOODS Call and see us Craig Hocker Stanford 200 Business and Pleasure Horses 26th Sale on January 20 J0 and 31 and February 1 1501 At The Old Kellnble Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Kentucky Acknowledged patrons all over the State to be ono of the host established sales la the time South Aav ngsotd 10000 horse I feel competent to mnnngo your stock Cost light Huyore numerous Satisfactory prices Covered truck 500 box stalls Enter your stock hero and you will hays oo regrets Write no trouble to write Send fur entry blanks IhoneS prJack sale March 9 lout K rAULCONFlt Danville Ky What Will You Give For Christmas Presents Read This Advertisement And You Can Easily Find Out l r0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000000oooocoouoooooooo ooooooo ooooo c ooooooaocooooooascoo o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOToys Banks Albums Carpet Sweepers Tea Sots Wash Sets Harps Horns Table Sets Dolls Drums Doll Carts Rattles Watches Hones Tops Ships in fact anything to pease the little ones as we as tho Special for this Week 50 dozen Mens Linen Collars lot quality in the Christmas Sale only 6c Mens fine Marino Sox 25c quality this week 13c One lot of 25c Silk Finished Suspend crs this sale lOc Misses Fleeced Hose 7c worth lOc 500 pairs of Ladies Kid Gloves black tan and white worth 81 and 125 at 69c Ladles Yarn Mittens offered you In this sale at only lOc Ladies Jersey Gauntlett Gloves worth 85c at 25c through this sale Ladies Belts Ladles Patent Leather Belts Glided Edge with nice Harness Buckle worth OOc our brice 25c Ladies Black Leather Belts hook and eye fastenings worth 2oc at 15c Table Linen GOlnch Tied Plaid Table Linen worth 25c special price 2c 00000Vci vvvvvvvi COJ00 C C OC Manager THE INTERIOR JOURNALST- ANFOIU KY Dix 21 1J00 E C WALTON Tim Owensboro Messenger give- publicity the deplorabln state of fairs at Frankfort which few peopl have any conception of It Is the bit ter feeling that exists between repub licans and democrats over the assassi nation of Gov Goebel the maintaining of the troops at the capital for months by the rival State governments and othpr incidents growing out of the long and tierce contests for the State oFlices This feeling it says exists to probably greater extent among the women than with the men In society lines are absolutely drawn between- democratic ladles and republican la dies and it is in but rare Instances that- II democratic beau wilt dare otter at tention to a republican belle or vice versa When the democrats hays big social affair the republicans get up on- ealsoacd the party line is sharply drawn At the Inaugural ball noTrank fort republicans old or young main or female were present but on each day and evening of the festivities attending the Inauguration there were swell re publican entertainments in town This eort of doings Is shame upon those Itwhoshows that the republicans there at least approve of assassination and resent any effort to being tho perpetra tors of the cowardly crime to justice Fortunately such a state of affairs as i described by our contemporary exists- Dovbere else in Kentucky but In all other places respectable republicans democrats treat each other as gen tlemen unQ equals MAYOK WOODWAIID of Atlanta Is on another tear and It remains to bo eeen whether the people of that pros perous city are going keep their word by ousting him as they said they would do If he drank again or prove their further leniency by giving him another trial It Is a sad thing both for the city and the man that the mayor should be jailed for drunkenness and as this is about the steenth time Mr Woodward has let whisky get the best of him while holding the important of flee we hardly sec how he can com mand enough gall to ask further forbearance Atlanta is too good city to be hampered by drunken mayor anti Mr Woodward should quit either his olllce or favorite saloon AS large as la the pension approprla tlon this year It is expected that 84 00000 more will bo required next year and the Spanish war allowances for pensions has only just begun Whether the president intended for Congress to tako his warning against extravagance seriously or not it do so In other matters if there Is no chance In that of pensions The earth and the jut ness thereof must go for them It seems TILE new army bill provides for tho appointment of 27 new chaplains We believe was Sam Small who said after trying the that the chaplain is the most useless attachment of the army Certainly this is true if they are to be selected by political pull in stead of for tltncas and consecration OOOOOOU000000000 1111 54inch Red Table Linen only I4c Shoes and Boots Boys and girls solid leather school Shoes worth ft pair go in this great serf eational sale at oOc 50 pairs of Ladies Sample Shoes worth 150 special price long as they last 7 c Cloaks and Capes Just received 200 Double Capes fur lined worth 81 50 special price Gic Ladies allwool Jackets at 298 33 50 and 8148 will cost you double the price we ask in any other store in town Childrens Reefer Jackets at USe 148 tl 98 worth double the price 10000000 v a f RANEY Stanford a a a a a MOUNT sowed the wind with the us ual result He Is now reaping the whirlwind By harboring fugitives who ought to be hanged for their bola ous offense ho showed his disregard of law and his contempt for order ills example seems to have been contag lous There have been three lynching in Indiana in two days and troops have lawsoever a man sowetb athat shall be also reap McKENZIE Moss has served notice of contest on John S Rhea for his seat In Congress hoping that his alllllatlo with the republicans will make the ma- Jority decide in hit favor regardless of right or justice If ho falls there Is the contest allowance of 2000 and up wards and that a big thing to a fel low like Moss who Is worse than a notch on a stick or a knot on a log A tor or Lexington bums called at the Democrat otllce there the other nlehi for the purpose of wiping the paper and its editorial force out of ex istence because that paper had published some of their misdoings They were ordered out of the office In an alugetoutorbcklckedout and most of the rulllans spent the balance of the night behind the bars JUDGE JAMES DENTON of Somerset leads in the race to succeed ion John W Yerkes as collector He has the endorsement of Deboc POLITICAL Lewis A Nuckols was renotnlnated for representative in Woodford county J McKenzie Moss served on Con 3rdadistrict a voluminous notice of con test The river harbor bill calls for an appropriation exceeding 875000000 for continuing contracts This Is be scaled to 60000000 the Franklin county democratic primary E H Taylor Jr was nomi Dated for State Senator and Dr J Owen Robinson for representative Bills have been Introduced In both branches of Congress for the suppres sion of train robberies and placing tbo penalty at death and to 40 years im prisonment The Senate by a vote of 55 to amended and ratified the HayPaunce foto treaty The amendments provide that the Clayton Bulwer treaty be ab rogated This will permit the United States to fortify tho Nlcarague canal If the bill dividing Kentucky Into two Federal judicial districts Is passed byCongress the appointment of a judge a clerk a marshal a district ate torney and an assistant district attor fey will be made for the Eastern Judicial district The writer had a talk with Representative C Bagby this morning in regard to his becoming a candidate for representative und he said while a great many had solicited him to again run that he would under no circum stances stand for renomIDatloDDan ville News Numerous republicans have request ed ex Gov W O Bradley to an ly to the president for the new Federal judgeship but It Is said that Mr Bradley has no special desire to be judge Is willing to tako his chance on bee ing the next U S Senator elected Iron Kentucky Ladi s you must see our Jackets and Capes to appreciate tho great bargains we have to oiler Wo gunraptte to save you from 40 to 50 per cent on any Jacket or Cape Clothing Never before was good reliable clothing offered at the we are offering them during this great sensational bargain sale We are overloaded with heavy Suits and Overcoats and low prices will sell them quickly Como seo for yourself nnd will find out that we can tell you a Suit of Clothes Overcoat or Odd Pants for about half what any other merchant will ask you for the same goods 100 Pairs Mens andlBoys1 Jeans pants lined with good cotton worth II a pair our low price 4Sc Mens heavy Melton Overcoats 39 anal ty come anti see them at 14118 n = vt 0o1L a700 should In 20 18 The total cast In the last prelllI- donttal election was 13007250 Of tit- BryaMcKinley received 7217077 and 0357863 Both houses of Congress have the bill providing for the retirement a captain of the navy of Representa tine Boutclle of Maine It is proposed to out down Ken tuckys ropresentntloc In the House representatives from 11 to 10 Very well we move that t ho bloody llth be abolished Owensboro Messenger The House did a wise thing In knock log out the G A R Civil Service bIll- It was an outrageous measure which If enacted simply meant the dUfran rhisement of all citizens of tho United States from holding Federal appointments excepting those who bad served In the army of the civil war and lobe war with Spain Toe House has passed bills provldlcJ- for additional Federal judges In Ken tucky Ohio and West Virginia Bra overwhelming vote a bill was deleatetl- makln veterans of the civil war and- later wars preferential in tbo matter appointment to government positions It was shown that U50000 men b given preference for years to come t the exclusion of civilians MATRIMONIAL J Strange and Miss Lula Wblte- of Columbia will be married on the 2Cth Robert Stapleton aged 28 and MI Dora Delanoy 14 were married Lancaster Wednesday Miss Cbatlie Daniel and J W Ad kips of Montgomery W Va were married Dec Htb by the Rev Mr Con dlt In Ashland Porter Johrnon aged 18 eloped Tennessee with tho pretty 17 year of daughter oi A Garrett of Albany an they were married Hon Kldrldgo Kenton aged iO aD- dIlss Kmma Case aged lit were mar tied In Robertson county The groom Is worth 8150000 and this his third Sullivan of Mississippi and Mrs Merle Newman Atkins were mar nod In Washington The bride notl- obe plaintiff In the Suit for breach of promise pending against tbo Senator TT Martin son of Alex Martin of Rowland was married in LexlnitoD- Tuesda night to Miss Emma Fetter pretty and accomplished young lady of that city Mr Martin is in tho employ of the C S 0 railroad and is a splen did young man Miss Minnie Hendrcn and Louis Oil lon both of Garrard county were mar rled yesterday at the home of the brides parents Mr Dillon Is a lieutenant of the States army sta Honed In Porto Rico W W White and Miss Lottie Upton of Somerset eloped and marrie- in Chattanooga Tonn Mr White an operator on the Cincinnati Southern and Is popular in railroad business and social circles The bride Is tho daughter of J D Upton a prdmlncnt contractor The bridegroom 20 years- flf age The bride is a beauty and only iii The marriage of Miss Mnymo M Si bold of this city and Mr R E French uftVleahla Cal yesterday af ternooriilhGeorgotown was quite a surprlgoto their friends here went quietly to Georgetown and worn married nt Christian church an came directly home where a receptio- awaited them at the brides former home on Spring street Lexington Democrat The bride is a daughter of J M Slbold formerly of this place and Is a beautiful girl of the brunette type Myrtle the twoyearold daughter of Hcrron was accidentally shot und killed by her little sixyear old brother at BernstaJt Laurel coun ty The children were alone in the room playing with a doublebarelod shotgun Mens Jeans Coat regular 1 2 quality nt 98c IloyslinedMens black and Bho Cheviot Suit 51 value at 298 Mens finest Cuitomnmdo Suits 23 different styles to tulect from willoat you 4 1250 In nnr other tore our price only 695 900 odd pairs of nov Heavy ooJI knee pants 60c quality In this tale 25ci Mackintosh Some merchants will try to make you believe that Mackintosh Coats have gone upwe u our Mackintosh Coats are let ter cheaper this year than ever beloreI Cape Mackintosh Coats worth 315 250 Mackintosh Coats reduced in this sale to 148- fspo Mackintosh Coate anchor brand xtrahcavy quality and never known to sell for lets than H come and get one now at IIU8 48c tattles and Miwes 50c quality Union Suits reduced to 25c Ladles Fine Egyptian Cotton Ffeeco lined Veils with taped neck pants to match worth 25c per garment our sensa satlonal price only I5c Jj=0 = = T They HUSTONVILLE Then publlo school closes today- A number of our Ntmrods are in Ca rt soy hunting asJ P Goode bas bought of J W 8000aRemember the ontertatninapt the Red Mon next Thursday night Lath of J II Taylor has bibs laid with rheumatism J G Weatherford of Mllldalo U hero- HAMILTON the Stanford ptwoler has the most uptodtuo stock of jewelry novelties watches clocks caOur young people are looking for ware with great pleasure to tbo enter ulnment Mrs T L Carpenter will give for the benefit of the Christian Endcavorors At C W Adams drug store you will Und a beautiful assortment of Medallions n Lamps Chinaware Gllluware Mirrors Rodger Bros Silverware of SterlingSilverI Ac Go there to get your Christmas IntoWest Liberty has 70 cases of small pox Three have died Nelson was found dead In the i road leading from Columbia to Edmun ton made 28 years ago Rev Hubert a former Methodist preacher at Lawrcncoburg has been baptizedand will be ordained a Baptist minister New lacePills Thoutindiof ntas era lure proved their uiatrhleM merit for Mik ant Ntrrou Until arhca They make pure bloat andstrong nerves TrrIbllilSold at Penny drug store LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DE8LERSM- illedgovillc Ky We have 75 good stock for sale a and about 30 head of stock Heifers LUTES CO H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Guaranteede a Call Drs Slavin Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS Will lu Danville Mondays Wetnel Uj oral Friday Will IeIn Stanton Tutelar Thursday and Sat urday- sOsteeInthelenningtonliulldfngStanrordW 1stnpriuclplo of Anatomy and ihyilology fur Ita ro molts It require no faith no drug no rubbing no tuntlral 0 ratloiui and dale king user natural thteuInlhy view maw ai a machine olio many peril Ita keynote la adjiuliuent When all parta ate tulbrly adJusted and not overworked liraltu la the result Sonteof the dlwaten treated u st nervous 1rostritlon IltucUrhfci Neuralgia Jlheutnatlim IloltreBeat t Illea KnliruM InMttate all bloia act and lnteennai troubles JMseancaof flours std JoluliriilnalUnrTatureal UlocatIoniKtlirjolnta or Urine Locolllotor tax tooultUpntret 25ca 500 Children heavy knit eataple Pests worth from 15c to 25c now only 5c MCIIH heavy Camels Hair filth elastic ribbed Underwear worth QOo n garment our low underselling price only 25c Musts Fleeced ool Underwear extra heavy quality will cost you from 7lic to flclsowbeie our low unto only 48c Our nilwool Flannel Underwear for Men and Ladles cheape than over before We ale headnuartern fur all kinds of Underwear Blankets Comfost KrayIftfRO in this batgnln sao ni CSc All II 25 Ulankcts reduced to 1 cpr All t9 Blankets reduced tolMe L la D to to Is to C C Is Is is Sandy new in I as the f host Set our nuking your i cha p 4 E Ky We a Lino of OF and Novelties at OOMJ 17M m will Hcliool on tho lint Monday In Jtmmry 1101 at ICy r per mouth bo grateful nor the of any lire Iontcra a inliool of this for lfnerltnttlell mo nt ICentuckv JOHN WAKE by J W k Co faint Lick la a guarnntciul aura euro or hones mules iillllcted with Hwluney tcrulclies Molls lard and Soft Enlurgoin nt lied Illalemper e For hy W II IIeHob- rllt druggist Ir llumphre llwrtyi U M Tliom on A U ialdwull Uunn trots liry ntsvllle Ky K It H Juter ICy Jlurc Turnqravlllo J II Vauliook nay All higher priced Illnnketf j half price llenvy Comforts nt ISe 76c 08c f123 and YorlhIlouhle money miss this great sale Ladies Dress Skirts And Waists Flannel IIaletqb0 dozen aillei Fall 1bfllwnLnilln Dress Skirts figured Mohair und rnncy Ilslilswcll 12 our special price only D8c tine iualllr of Fancy Mohair well worth to III our pcclal price Fino j Dress Skirts at 103 and f243 money2M Onl1oncFlannel Underskirts at 25c 4ie 75a sad OSc 7CO sJ = r SALINCER BROS The LOUISVILLE STOREPROPRIETORS Keyr and style and and vote would were ofuioACttFd Hogs licehursCtoirtu1toIraOSTEOPATHY New Hats New ShapesNew ItAlFtlie and dressy things Mens WearAs well all staple goods HoJfo RFMQBlfflRTS OVERCOATS Irf SUITS AND ODD PANTS t From the manufacturer line before pur lIl PERKINS CrabOrchard k Invite Your Inspection of Holiday Goods I CONSISTING Fancy Toilet Articles Medallion i Hooks Game which will boUi Sold Very Prices Pennys Drug Store I vNt f1 NN K1tiN N1711c DUCATIONdLI open n Xormiil Kuuuuks Tuition Would pttranngo who iliitliiK kind further address 1ulutkl ADAMS FISTULA CURE Miinufiioturcd Adnrna Ky Fistula itllevll Saddle prcuxy sale Stanford KlngHvlIlej Waynl UompulIIlIIlllcdgevllle- Jeo lUWIeburg MoKln 143 the Dont Uncle worth Extra from9260 worth I e TWO FARMS FOR SALE wUt1IrhIITIIDelarlltbottom laud tint U line torn and meadow laudN e cornwheat rdwelling of s rooms end cellar a wellorlleodlol J IreroloDe water at the door two tenement aboudancaofystockthis end of UuroiiDty CraberchanlKyoniancaaterlreetopgsilo with a looooibe I LancesSirtqr v oraidnaII ard Ky L aTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL SrVNroni Kv Dtt lM 1000 n TilE belt materials combined with a skill and hccuruov Insure good carol t8 No other methods aro over uecd In our proscription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS BOHX to the wife of George mITe r Jrof the West End u son MR8 J D CROUCH and children will spend Xmas In Cincinnati RANDOLPH HAKIHS wife and son spent several days at Lancaster 1Dit BA JONES leaves today to a week with his hoincfolks 1lllOndHAKVKY DUNN of Brodhcad was this week consulting a dentist Miss MAUY ALICE CAMPIIBLL of Knoxvllle Is with MIiI Mary Mouton Mn H D GKKUOKY of CovlnKton attended the burial of Mr J S Died sooMiss MAOUIB BHYANT of Jessa mine attended the burial of Mr J S niedsoe Dit WILLIAM SIIKLTON loft Wcdncs t day for West Nashville to spend Christ mas with his wire Mss ANOI CAIUBNTEK of Huston yule ls n guest of Mrs T Helm Clay Paris Democrat DAVID SPOONAMOUB who has boon working In Illinois Is back with his parents In this county C L DAWKS Is traveling for the Chicago Forllllxlng Co Ho went to Mt Vornon Wednesday Miss ANNIR PicicirrT of Shelby Is with her sisters Mrs Will Savaranco nod Miss Virginia llekvU- MI8SR8 KATIIKIUNK AND DORA HALHUMAN nre at hots from Holllos1 Initttuu Va for the holidays Mill KLLEN ORKHK of Shelby City Is visiting tier sister Mrs W O HOUUIII In the MeKlnnoy soUan MHC UROHtiM c KKMXH SK o Hnrrodsbanr is VUlllftjr ber son Mr George C Kellr Jr of tide optic MHHIMWKH O HcrKMAN and W C ShauVs each earn a polo very swsei DIdsoeyMn A W CARrmnBK of Llnoole oouaty wiw la the ally yesterday rt turning from WlechstrLSL Dtn oorau Mil IJ It woiH aNd daughter Miss Mina of MKldlabarg wre bare yesterday oo rovttt to Oarrawl to visit- his sister 4 Ins J RoY U Rosa gave a arty v M the young people last night In honor I of Miss Pearl Rote of IliHtonvlIla MlddlMboro Now STANFOHU iwople jjenorally will regret to learn that Mr II K Wearon will move his family to Paducah about tbo first of the year JOSHIII nuric who ls studying dentistry In oulsvlllo Is up for the boll days Ills frlond Mr YounKborg oc I oompanlod him home MltS G A McUoiiBUTS and Misses t Pearl Hurnslde and Annie Hello Woods attended the Farrallnrnsldo wedding at Lancaster yesterday Mil C M 81OONAMOKK has moved his family from Science lull to a farm toncar Preachersvlllo Wo are glad to havo them back In Lincoln J MKSSKS HCHISKTT Samson and Spaldlojr of Centre College wore guests of Klndrlek Alcorn Mr Harry host also of Contra was with Alfred HlcRlns J O SiLKit who has been with Jc rome Cotten Co Cincinnati llvo stock merchants orders his paper i changed to Lancaster near which place bo wllllarm Mil AND bins D K Jot is of Hart well 0 formerly of Stanford have our thanks for an invitation to the eel a ubratlon of their golden wedding whloh occurs on the Jllhj OUIt friend T Colo Oulloy of Gar erurd orders his paper stint to Denver Col whoro ho has gone In search of health Ho says ho U coming buck to Kentucky as eoopus ho gets well which wo hope will not be long LOCALS GO to Hamilton for Christmas pros It cote HAMILTONS uptodate jewelry stock Is the talk of the town See ItIt OUvftock affords manyChristmas Biigcaas Severance Sons N1cL assortment of Lowncys candles Seq your sweetheart a box J II Meier iONLY a few more days are left to get the CourierJournal with this paper at 25o per year Von nt Tllouso on Main Street For turms apply to W H Hlgglns MN L A Holmes y FLOWERS PJaco your order now fort that nice box of out lowers to presents your best girl Xmas Mrs OBannon lDON buy a present for your wife or until you examine Ham t lltone stock of jewelry sterling sliver i novelties rings clocke watches o t HELD OVEH The Leasures Tom and Joe were held over to circuit court In 8200 and 8300 respectively for do taming Miss Salllo Crabtrce They 4 hayo not given bond eo far LOWNEYS candles at J 11 Meiers NIcK llnool dolls doll wagons and express wagons J II Molar It G JONES Is not marshal of Stan ford and bo will makon good one CANDY candy Every kind from tbo cheapest to the finest J H Meier COME early nnd your goods put aside for you Pennys Drug Store XMAS MuniorsHandkerohlcffl Neck wear and Gloves at Cummins Mc Clarys LADIES you should takopeep at the elegant china display at George II FarrIs Coe Sm onr lino of China Glass and Sil ver Wares before buying Holiday goods Warren ft Shanks WATCH for O iFarmsrig CoV reduction on lamps for Monday only Come and see tbo bargains REDUCED prices will be charged for tbo declamatory contest at Walton Opera House Christmas night TIIKIIB will be a Christmas tree at Mt Xenla and the unloading of it will begin at T oclock Monday evening DONT watt until Xmaseve to make your purchases Avoid the rush and cmoo early Higgins l McKinney THERE will be an express messenger on Sundays trains and the olllce hero will bo open to receive and send out express OUIt mill will not run Christmas day If want any thing in our line call and cot It before that day JII Bauah man A Co THKKK will be a Christmas tree at the Presbyterian ctiuroh and tho doors will twoptn at 930 Monday evening Everybody Invited Tint INTERIOR JOUUNAI repr santa Menfyou hind with your subscription 1T Is JM Carter Sr ant Jr wbo U a candidate for the tltmocrutlo notnlouiloQ for horliT Our typos made 11411 the latter In last issue ALTIIOCUII they have raised a family of else children Mr and Mrs T D NVvluod haw never had a oradle and never fosed ma for one They taught their children to sleep without rocking saving the parents a world of trouble HoiutlMLK The fouryvnr old child of Jack Koklar of the Highland section caught tire while her mother was gone to the spring and was burned al most to u crisp This should be a warn ing to those mothers who leave their children alone In rooms whore there are Bras AN otTort Is being made to got that splundld democrat Judge W M My ors of Huslonvlllo to announce for State Senator Having lived In Casey all his life until a few months ago he would be thoroughly acceptable to the democracy of that county while he would carry Lincoln like a Slash If ho can bo Induced to run ho would have very little trouble In securing the nom Inatlon UAULOW J SVJI SONs minstrels root with n royal reception at Lohmaus opera house The orchestra is Hrstclass and the singing tbo best heard hero this season Judging from tho hearty laughtar and applause It provoked the show was generally appreciated liar low Wilson minstrels are always welcome Jefferson City Mo Tri bone At Waltons Opera Rouse tomorrow Saturday night Secure seats at McRoborts drug store- DA1t8GNMrs KlUaboth A Daw son died yesterday morning of pneu monia aged till She tied been un valid for Ii years and had never walk ad a slop during that time Sho was a goon woman a kind mother and a truo friend and thoso who knew hor best loved her most Four grown Bona sur vive her and In their great loss they have tho sympathy of all After sort vices at her late homo on tho Danville pike at II oclock this morning by Elder Joseph Uallou tho remains will be In terred In the family burying ground SUES FOK ir000 DAMAGES Ran dall Cook of thin county thinks the INTERIOR JOURNAL has damaged him to tho extent of 25000 and has brought suit against Mr W P Walton Its former owner for that amount He has chosen Rockcastlo us tho county to buo In but his object for going out of his homo county where ho is best known ia of course nol explained In the paper served on Mr Walton last week Certainly that county Is not more convenient and equally certain Is It that he could got all the justice ho wants here for there ia not a more competent judge In tbo State than Judge Saulley and our juries aro always made up of good fair minded men The publlcutlorTwhlpU Mr Cook thinks la hurtful to hum appeared In this paper Dec 12 189J and was In reference to a trip bo made to Frank lort in the troublous times The suit has been talked of for some time but it seems that tbo wounded man line had some trouble in securing tho de sired legal talent Bctburum S Be thurum represent him r 0 FRUITS of every kind J H Meier NEV line of R woodpottery at HUI11 BLACIC cakes on hand and made to order JHMeier DONT seatheOc counter George II Farrla k Co LARGEST stock of Xmas goods ever In Stanford at Hamiltons OUR loss your gain oti cloaks this week Severance fs Sons Tm goody you want at the right prices aro at Penny Drug Store TUB schools will allclose bls after noon and the children will spend a week of pleasure WE have a nice assortment of Xmas dishes Save you money to see us Higgins McKlnncy REMKMDEitthe declamatory contest at Waltons Opera Mouse Christmas night Gound toll your friends to do likewise M G REYNOLDS candidate for as sessor has resigned as committeeman In Wayncsburg precinct No and his successor will be elected Jan 6 FRIENDS and patrons of Stanford Fe male College aro invited to the elocu tionary entertainment by Miss Flora Ballous class there at 730 this eve clog boo CHRISTMAS DOLLS to select from of nil kinds size colors and prices Oihur Christmas goods In proportion nooks Games Sundry Gifts Ebony Toilet Articles etc Craig ft Hooker JAMBS FRYH of Hustonvllle sends us word that bo Is too busy soiling goods to wrllo a change for his adver tisement Ha giro the ad In this paper a good deal of the credit for be lug to busy GOOD SCHOOL A friend hands In the following Mrs W P Reynold school at Clear Fork whleh has boon a SUOOMS In every respect closed Friday The entertainment given that night was prohoDoced very tine It was for the bsnefl of the library CHARUts L DAWKS wbo bas friends all over the county announces for as sessor in this Issue subject to the no tion of the democracy Besides being a dyedinthewool democrat and a clev er gentleman Mr Dawas has bad ex perience as deputya96easor and is wall qualified for the olllce Ho Is tho youngest of the candidates for assessor and as this la a day of young men he may prove an Important factor In the race Tits Bastln Telephone Company recently Incorporated with u capital stock of 8i1090 has purchased the Crab Orchard Stanford and Mt Vcr non Incs the Lancaster Exchange and Garrard county lines Including three exchanges and 200 miles of toll lines Tho company U already at work putting up lines Into new territory and 1m proving their system It has head quarters at Lancaster and the lines reach into Pulaekl Lincoln Boyle Rockcastle Madison Garrard Laurel and other counties- DLEDSOEAfter a long ard well spent life that prince of gentlemen Mr John S Bledsoo passed Into the great beyond at MO Tuesday afternoon surrounded by a Coving daughter a fond soninlaw grandchildren who literally worshipped him and a few in timate friends He was in his i8tb year and In that loon time If ho over did a wrong deed or caused unnecessary pain to a living being those who know him can not recall It He was a smooth oventemJl red gentleman as modest as a woman but aa gallant as men got to booHo was a Chesterfield in manner and the world would ba bet ter If there were more like him Mr Blcdsoo was born in Cumborland coun ty but moved with his father to Chris tian county early in his boyhood and remained there for yours Just as the war closed bo started to Canada but when ho got to Louisville tho new came that Gun Leo had surrondcd and ho gave up his trip and decided to coatlnno to reside In Kentucky Ho ran a store successfully at Kcono and later at Hustonvlllo where bo met Judge Jam sp Bailey who afterward became his eonInlaw The two have lived under the same roof for 30odd years and during all that time there was never an unkind or hasty word ut tered between them Each admired the other and no son ever respected a father more than Judge Bailey did tbo tine old gentleman who Wednesday af ternoon was laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery after impressive ceremonies at the Christian church by Eld Joseph Ballou A half century ago Mr Bled eoa married Miss Maria Louise Sharpe wbo died nearly live years ago and two children blessed their union ono of which died In Its Infancy the other la now passing under the rod of deepest sorrow May He wbo dooth all things well comfort her and others wbo havo suffered the lojs and cause them to real ize that their loss Is his eternal gain A good man has gone to hIs reward lot the splendid example he sot bo emulated Wo heartily agree with Eld Ballou wbo said In his funeral discourse that Mr Bledsoe was a christian gentleman enough to say about any man 6Uritffla Preent l Greatest Value And Best Selection AT MeRoberts Drog Store J Miscellaneous Books TEACHERS AND FAMILY BIBLES Statuettes Gold Picture Frames and Mirrors and Miscellaneous STERLING SILVER AND EBONY NOVELTIES Games Dolls Doll Buggies TOY WAGONS CARTS SLEDS JocilSALAs usual our stock of candies fruits nuts eta will be the best In town Higgins McKinney IT Is our earnest desire to satisfy every customer If you aro pleased tell others If not toll us Pennya Drug Store W W SAUNDERS Co opening an elegant line of groceries in the Miller storeroom Call and see them and get their prices Dolt WILSON charged with being with the Lcasure boys when they de tamed Miss Sallle Crabtrce was arrest ed In tbo South End of tbo county yesterday G S ELKIK of Llncolncountydrove over to Lexington In a wagon yester day bringing 100 geese 100 old hens and 100 ducks for the Christmas mar ket but found It ao dull that ha could not dispose of them at a proQt Lex ington Democrat A WELL pleased audience was in Grccnwalla Opera House last night to enjoy tho minstrel performance of the Barlow combination They are always popular In Columbus and they sustain ed their reputation by presenting a highclass program The extensive repertoire Included many new songs and the wit anti tbo Joke of tho compa ny kept the audience In a good humor for two hours and a half The company Includes several stars Tho specialty work of Barloxv ft Wilson was especial ly good It Is ono of the boat minstrel companies on the road and us good as will be seen hero 0 Stole Journal tblsearColumbuJIHouse tomorrow Mdfoberts1drug The jury In the case of James M Moborloy for killing William Morgan in Mercer was discharged having failed to agree six being for a life sen tango and six for acquittal Judge Saulloy ordered another venire summoned and the case will be Immediate ly retried A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will often cause a horrible lIufllhSraltl Cut or Itrulao lurku Arnlea t la the world will kill the pain and promptly heal It Curr Old Sores serer Sires Ulcers Fat out Corns ill Skin Kruptlous neat cure on Quo guaranteed Sold at lenujdrugktorePUBLIC SALE I will nt my resilience nt the top of halls Gap ucnr Jumps Carters on Thursday Dec 2s sol the following described proper tywo horses 3 extra good milk cows some hogs buggy lot of bludo fodder large cook stove 5 bods 40 bar nets of corn eliiilrs Yards carpet largo lot canned fruit 2 clocks and u lot of cue chatties etc Terms rondo known of snlu Hale to begin promptly at 101 oclock ANSEL IIAIGH 4In thin District Court of tho United Btato IorthoDUtrlctof Kentucky lu bankruptcy In the matter of Out Hoffman bankrupt Meeting of creditors of 1111 UolTman adjudged u bankrupt will bo hull at Uuferioa olllce Stanford Ky Dec 38 1000 10 n m for election of trustee of said barkrupt tute and transaction of any other business Unit come before tho meeting- J N SArNDEIlS Kocm In Ilankruptcy t ijbw Are T ese For Xmas Tailor Made Rainy Day Skirts TailorMade Walking Suits CutPrice Sale thisyweek 350 Skirts at 275 4 Skirts at 3 425 Skirts at 325 and 5 ones at 375 This means just what it ease i a saving lliis week of from 75c to 125 on every thatsint JOHN P JONES Stanford We Wont Take Very Much 1 t OF YOUR TIME 4 iiHut will will just give you u list of tit many ar we keep which will male suitable Xmas UK Presents Our usual Tow PmCl s rulejRg Black Crepon Skirts Ebony and Sterling Sil Jacket or Cape vcr Novelties FilesI IGloves Umbrellas and ItmOpposite Court House ffi Em fEiJ J A ALLEN CO Contractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY Have now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow PIne Flooring Coiling Doors Sash thuds and all kinds of Dressed and Jtoujth Lumber Shingles and Steal Hooting La LD 4S THE INTERIOR JOURN istTlts2idTusuSoay and rrtavel- T 1 PER YEAR CASH a When not sopaldSaOO will cllfled Bnfemi n the pottqfflce at Stanford teondclatt matter LANDSTOCKCROPSETC PJ C Fox boujrht of James Miller a field of corn at St 621 Charles Dawee dehorned 20 cattle for Mark Hardln la less than an hour II G Jones sold to Walter Owsley III acres of land on Dlx river for 911 cashThree high grade seven months old Angus bulls for Bale T L Carpenter Hustonvllle Barker Beazley of Danvlll bought In Garrard a fancy pair of geldings for 9J00 The Adair News says a great deal of corn is changing hands in that Jcoun y at 8JL75 to 92 FOR SALE 550 firstclass ewes br d to Southern bucks for sale or to farm out G S Shelby Shelby Citya Joe Snow bought of various parties in the West End a lot of hogs at 4 to Jlc and some butcbcfstutT at 2J to 3c For SALE CHEAP 125 No1 yours ewes bred to tine Southdown buck beginning to lamb W i Tewrae Lancaster Fox Logan sold to Shelby Barb son of Lexington two flea roadsters 8 for 9335 Mr Marlon Cloyd of lIar rodaburg sold a span of work mules hero Monday for 8200 Danville Newt Alice Bright Fox k Logans three yearold mar by Naboth 2101 is do log splendid work In harness this win ter recently she went a mile In 230 a t the pole without a break They bar bad several very flattering otters for the mare but are loth to part with her Danvllle New- eAuetlonecrForsythereports sale of effects of tbe late Samuel C Bedford 26 feeders at 3010 five fat cattle 410 cows 815 to 926 sows 96 to as shoats 83 to 9450 sheep 83 to I440 horses S20 to 830 mule 852 50 corn 8180 field hay 31S to 820 a stack Jonai Well bought 70 1611 pound cattle ol Aylette H Bedford at 5o for export Paris Kentuckian The threat of certain doctors and lawyers to sue the estate of Gov Win Goebel for fees amounting to 25000 should not alarm anyone They are simply trying to force Mr Arthur Goe bel to stand up and deliver any outrag ecus amount that they may demand the hypothesis that he will do so to avoid a legal action But Mr Goebel- Is not of the stuff that will submit to highway robbery eIther by masked or other kinds of robbers It was worth no more to doctor tbe wounded states man than similar services to any other Iso and no jury in Christendom willI permit doctors and lawyers to extort moneyfroaj an estate simply because that estate Is valuable Mr Goebel needs no admonition to stand up for his rlghta He is the kind of man always to do so Lexington Dernocrat Lincoln county has 24 democratic candidates for the various county of floes to be filled next year and only 11I of the number are announced In the county paper If any of the 10 whot who have Ignored the party paper should receive the nomination and in turn fail to receive the support of the paper a mighty howl would rosult In consequence If a party paper is un der obligation to support the nominees of the party In any state of case t would seem that the candidates who seek nominations ought to be under equal obligation to support the paper to tbe extent of announcing their claims in the same It looks like the obligation ought to be mutual Glas gow Times DEAFNESS CANNOT HE CLUED by local application tlioy cannot reach the dIe raid ortlaa of Ibe ear There laonly one way curedeefnestandthat l by camtltutional rerae din Deafnenli caused l y an Inflamed condition orthe mucous loing of the 1ustacblan Tale Wbtnt hit tube gets Inflamed you have a numb lliia KHind or Imperfect bearing sad when It Is closed deafness Is tbe result and unless thelRtfaiumMloncan ire taken out and this tube restored to Us normal condition hearing will be forever nine ease out often are ratted bycatarrhwhlohhnolhingbutsoeutlamedeondtnon We will glre ono hundred dollars for any case I deafness osued by catarrh that ran not be cured by llalia Catarrh Cure Sot fur circulars free KJ CIIKMY AcoToieiioo Sold by Drug Haifa rauilly fills are the lICIt It Is clatmdU 50000000 pound of tur keys are consumed every Christmas In the United States which at 10 cents a pound would represent value of 95 000000 Cranberries come to at least 500000 more and it Is surely not an overestimate to suppose that 10000000 mince pies would come to 1000000 After eight years of hard work Ac tor Wilson Barrett has succeeded paying oil debts amounting to 300000 and enter upon the new absolutely green debt A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber lainit Iain lialm For ale by Craig Ifocker Druggists John D Rockefeller has made anoth er jrtfe of 1500000 to tho University ot Chicago Louisville police have made 8000 or rests this year fif i NOTESL were given a grand ball at Bardstown Harry Bonn was stnothcrcd to death In a folding bed In Chicago John Philpot lost his life by falllol from a church In Monroe county Showman Sells got a divorce and his aswife was granted 820000 alimony A mass meeting of women to protest against polygamy was held In Phllad phiaNegro families numbering 137 left Nashville for Honolulu to live Wednesday Burglars chloroformed W J ner nard at Franklin and stolo a watebI anti some money 0RoS Collier private secretary to Hon John S Rhea has resigned 10 study osteopathy Burglars blew up tho safe in the Cit- Izens Bank at Hope Ind and got away with 18000 Gov Bcckham is to be one of the speakers at the Jacksonian Club ban quet at Omaho Neb Jan 7 In a brush with the Filipinos American troops killed 13 of the enemy On one American was wounded Yales athletic sports yielded a reve nue of 863010 for the year of which 844103 is credited to football The total wealth of Clinton count for the year 1001 Is 87931104 an Increa e of 33033 over the year 1900 Indiana brewers say they will ralPe the price of beer Fob 1 unless Con gress further reduces the tax- The United States supreme court vlll henceforth insist on full names In all actions before United States courts The Illinois Central robber who held up the Chicago train near Now Orleans was found dead In the vicinity of his crimeMayor James G Woodward of Atlanta has again violated his pledge of sobriety and was locked up for drunk enness At Owensboro W E Howard was acquitted of the murder of Peter Ger teUen his sisters husband on ground of insanity A C Metzger at Hopewell Pa killed his wife the leading woman in a theatrical company and then committed suicide The fheriu at Corslcana Texas sue ceusfully resisted a mob which attempt ed to take a Negro from the court room and lynch him The banks at Lexington have flier suits for an Injunction against Sherlt Boswortb to restrain him from collect lag taxes on their capital stock Channlng Barnes the train robber killed near New Orleans belonged to a fine family at Austin Texas had a coI- l lege education and at one time moved In the very best of society at his olc homeJames J Cavanaugh of Watcrtown Mass will celebrate his 110th bIrthday Christmas day He is halo and hearty and gives promise of living another decade He has been a temperate uses of whisky and tobacco all his life It Is stated at Omaha that Million aire Cudaby paid the abductors of hh 15 year old son a2 000 before the boy was allowed to return home The par eats are prostrated bythe anxiety they suffered during the boys absence Mississippi U preparing to build a State Capitol that will lay In tbe shade anything In tho South It will be modeled after the National Capitol and will cover four blocks The contract has been let and contractors have entered Into big bond to have It completed by May 1 1003 I Fifteen Negroes bunched themselves In an outhouse near Franklin and en gaged In a game of craps An unknown man fired a double bareled shotgun through a window into the gang Will Smith was killed and Ben McCurley and Bunk McCarley were wounded The others scattered The murderer escapedIt that Dr J N McCormack who attended Gov Goobcl after he had been shot and some of the lawyers who represented him in the couteal over the governorship contemplate tiling suit ugalnst the Goobel estate for their Fees their claims aggregating about B25000 Great Indeed is Greater New York Lo many more ways than one Espec ally Is it so in the matter of taxation A student of municipal machinery says ills costing every man woman and child 92301 a year to keep things mov ing The police department alone costs 301 per citizen while the average debt per bead is li321 On the other land the per capita valuation of every resident Is 101197 William Jennings Bryan carried the Klondike by an overwhelming majority at the last presidential election The vote was McKinley 903 Bryan 2101 otal polled 3331 Bryung majority lj Iii The Dally Klondike Nugget su pervised the mock presidential elec Ion und the count was announced at ntervals from the stages of all three heaters on election night Jeweler J L Sato had offered a 500 souvenir to the winner The souvenir which will be presented to Mr Bryan is a 1gold log cabin a windlass and sluice and n lot of nuggets all inclosed goldithe Inscription This Is the choice of Xmerlcans In the Klondike William Jennings Bryan A III3HT OF TERROR Awed WM felt for the widow of the- uieeOeueralllurahaiuot Maluehno the doe ora nilil she could write Irs 811 llncolu whoatteiidelrhernthat fcATul sight All tlwtijht she must die from uwimoiiU but the togged for fir Kings liew- IJorery saying that It had more than one COhUlllpliouAflerIlid 1U further use completely cured hear Tills mrveloiis medicine U guaranteed to euro sit tlTrl1 About five years ago 1 war troubled with catarrh of the lower bowel save 0In T Ohlsholrt 434 Dearborn Ave Chic go and although I consulted over al eminent physicians who prescribed me I found their remedies failed to In anyway relieve me and tho trouble al most became chronic After suflerin several months I one slay concluded t try Chamberlains Colic Choera Diarrhoea Remedy nod I beg to assur- you that I was most agreeably surprised to find that after taking two doses of tin remedy that I was completely relieved of the disease that had cost me so much trouble and annoyance I nra thankful to ear that I have not suffered frpm It since For sale by Craig t Hocker Former Chief Justice W S Pryor who represents some of the persons having claims against the estate of the lato Gov William Goebel says that the claims will be settled out 0 court Judge Pryor says he has not prepared to bring suit y Clinton county republicans were not satisfied with a primary on Aug and bad It changed to Jan 7 FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly on hand and For sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager At Freds Exchange You will always find good treatment Rood flour good meal good shlpiinir good brunt ice at low price Ho will glvo you 31 rtounds of fine flour and 10 pounds of bran for a bushel bf wheat or 30 pounds of flour ror one Dont forgot to call on him when ion want wheat cxdllng ll or buy Hour menltcA PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Offictw UcKotwrt OwsleyDulldlog R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Illgglna sit McKinney Stern Telephone No 4S J+ G + Y1cGLI Y UNDERTAKER Manufacturerand Dealcarln SAENESS SADDLERY eC Stanford Ky Lincoln County National Bank Capital Slocklf IMOM- ucct wr to The 1anaeis hank A Trust Compaq and under same management oootlnu- oiuly lot Zl Years Solicits Your Bank Account Ioplng ach butlnnu relations will prove motes Ijr bonettdal sod plea I Dill lITU ItS J J Williams JIJoraIPfSr A W Carpenter W II Ouminlns J L Lynn S H Shanks J y Cash 11 Owslcj- OFF1CE118 S II Shaoka President J U OwsleyCuhlerV AsstCasliUr FIRst NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY tplttl Stock 100000 Surplus 17623 61 ThisInstitution originally established as the Us pOtU Dank nl titanroril la 1858 then reorganized si thl National Hank ofStantord In 1803 andaga- ltorganlzedtbYintNational Dank of SUnforc IMZhaibMjSactlcallj snunlnUrrupts l xlst ncefor dFiJt U better supplied now will tcilliieafu ictlnf buslneat promptly and I allytbanoTer before In Its long anti honoiab reer Accounts of Individuals flduclarlea Illd Individuals solicited Dimerous FUold Lincoln Co1 J W llaydttn Stanfor 5 TIIarrla It II Daugbusn J5Uockerto TJJIIH- P Walton It rjvjrlbbit tJll CollIorCrab Otcha MjJ MIIlsr MtVsrno M D El more Stanford rtorricixt J B Hoo er Vresld nIl J J Mcllolwrts Cashlai OKAS L DAWEB a candidate for Assesa0r of Lincoln county subject to tho action Of tho Uemocra a party J M OARTEE Sr Is n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the nctlon of tho democratic p- aY J 0 McWHOETEE Of Ural Orchard Is a candltlato for Ausc sorof Lincoln county subject to the nctlon 0of the democratic virty T J HILL It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic put r Ill REYNOLDS Is a candidate for Awessorof Lincoln coot tysubJectlotheadlan ot the democrat M S BAUGIIMAN- It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tho action of tho democratic part r E W LILLARD Of Danville U a candidate for StAte Senntor In this district composed of Lincoln Cone Itoylo and darrard counties subject tu tl action of the democratic party SAMUEL 91 OWENS candidate for Attestor ot Lincoln coun ty uhjei t to the action of tbo Itomocrut sc party 91 F NORTH is candidate to r ent Lincoln County In tine Legislature subject to the notion ot the Democratic putty PI IIERKIN Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count y subject to the action ot the democratic 11r ty J II RAINES Is a candidate for the nomination of Julie of Lincoln county subject to the action o the Democratic party WM LANDGRAP- U a candidate for Assessor ot Lincoln count ty subject to democratic action THALES H WRIGHT Is a candidate for AsOH or of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of tho democrat partyJOHN C PEPPLES Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count subject to tho action of the democratic pur ty Your support is solicited DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tbe democratic party lie solicit your support GUS McCORMACK Is a candidate for A Mor of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of thu democrat partyGEO A EUISANKS Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic tarty JAMES T JONES II a candidate for jailor of Lincoln county ubject to tho action of tho democratic par- r Painting Repairings I am prepared to paint all repair your ourrtage orwngon InllrotclftMstylt = iperlonetHl won to do It and work euaraB can have your old vehicle made tow for vury little monuy J U OURKIt Stanford Ky FaSTEDhmbr varnallrenoosfiotn lreupu lnon ro fum lot soy iwrIiteter KrlgerKy I also warn all r nonlroUt treupaMlol on my urn on lu k Creek fur any purl M whatever Feat NIKI LIA iiiionlnlni K- yPfUITTBROS llendcpjnrtcrs For OLIDHY GOODSM- OIIELtND K- YX25 REWARD forI will pit y a reward ot 82 thu return or tho lion taken from my barn Sunday nllth uth und the apprehension of the hlef Description torrid hone t years old about 15 high a while feet nnd leg white spot lu forehead and n tear bo hInd each ear caused by wearing u yoke KURD HAilS Maeclaburgiiy EAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS nEALKIU IN Furniture Mntlliisw Itiij 8 And Wall Paper Thoy will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Glvo them a call Irlccs right STANFORD KENTUCKY w4e FURNITURE AND CARPETS PICTURES AND- WINDOW SHADES I Wall Paper Rugs Toys Oil Cloth Picture Frames Get prices where you may l WITHERSWill I q IUsell you the goodsIn oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 0 0 CHINK FRYEfI0 00o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky o o 0 o Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain o o gSecuritiesr 0 0 o 0 Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o 0 doo0 Dunk and Commercial Iteforoncet L ng Distance Telephone 810 0 o 0 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo eeeteeeseteeeetlleeee bA C SINE y CONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee satisfaction as to work material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom 1 have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here 1 carry a full stock Qf Doors Sash rBlinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etci1 will duplicate any e JaS Irye t Has the Largest and Best Line of ReadyMade Clothing That was EverShown in Hustonville Doug las Shoes the Manss Bootee and ev erything found in a firstclass Goods Storey JAMES FRYE Hustonville KyI Not irnyBut Lamps a TO BURN ITwo Dinner Sets at a Low 1riic AUo nil Elegant Line of Salads Cake win JIM llatol ROIl Many Novelties m Chinaware t Forget to See Our Lino Of Bisque Figures ann Chaste Sets Considering tirade of Goods He SUfi to Take n Glance at Our Prices Very Low Ten Cent Counter GEORGE H FARRIS Cif Stockholders Meeting utocUholdrrti nf the Nn tineA mcotlneof will ho holel n tlollill llank of tints lId houso In lIuKhIDlIIoImnUlMRtheir UnodbetweenTuesday In January eroctlnButiio dl ufor tho purpose of routorr to serve tIJotv loot l el1r lilt Cusblot Stockholders Meeting t tho tocUholdorn of tho Lin AincfttriRoJ wit- ho MItlIl1t Dank of Stanford Cluntcola ond- TuesdayluVuratary tho auihcuokingat 4byrrba oofIIIQI fur tbopurpo for tint onsubig VOllr electing dlroalorM OWSIR Cashier Stockholders S Meeting of tho stockholder of tlin VIrHt A wootlnp held atwill bo Natlonul Hunk of Stanford InTuwday January thwlr IOiiIIlor lhdpurlwsutof electing 11 ylreclor or tine eusulnF3uat- JUIiN Cashier PUBLIC SALE Ot A Fine Farm As n=odtfur tho adult hlr8 of Joint r I 1uttus ileceusoj I will ou Saturday Doc 22 1900iOn the sent PreachcrMVlllv KV on Luouiater0nd Orab Orchard plku sell to the hlRlitst bidder tine fiirm occuplod by thoIilate John P Iuttus about f acres of which u larco portion now In hluoftrust An abuilunl supply of neefulllnt water li till land will lx otrured In two truer to alt tho vurolms tntund tllon a whole Thero will bo no reserve or by hlildln lint the highest bidder IIwill got tho property u it mutt bu sold fur vaillvllon TERMS Onethird niKh tho remainder on crudlt of ont and two yours with Inter havingthetorodt Iosweiviloii given Jan 1001 Icr bons doslrlng to sun the land before tho sold Ii s art Invited to call on thu family at the IIOIDO W II IETTUS Agent L