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Stanfoud, Ky., Auouar 0, 1880 E.C.WALTON, I3UH. MnnaRer MEANS BUSINESS. Com k and nettle your ncconnt. A. It. renny. Watches and re'mired nnil warranted. A. It. 1'ciiny. ' TiiulK'rit place to lmy drujn, patent medlcinea and toik't is nt A. II. l'uiinvV. H it v your hookn, Ink, , pencllH ntnl nehool Hiippllus of nit ( IMpor, ' dinlrt from A. It. lVimv. PERSONAL POINTS. Mim Annii: (iiihi.x in atteudiim the DhiivIII. Fair. Mum. Dii. SrKKii: Hailky Ih at Sprint!). Jons- Wiuim:. of Montie Ho, Ih Mr. S. M. Owen. Mus. Ansik.Imkh left Tpesday for MiMouri to vMt relative-. I). It Cwti'KNrKii imitMontkvllo work iiii hit iiHitniiH'" !,isIiil"w. Mil. It. It. of Kiidmh City, ie at IiIh mint's, Mr, ltobert Harrow. Mux. . I. M. Cook, of IluMonville, lint been tin tuent of Mr. G. H. Cooper, for ' a vlult to relativeH h: Iac toiinty, Yn. j II. Vi:tiiKS lini returned to con- j cordla. Kn.. !o take charue of his school ' Mil. as ii Mie. V. I-. Vakso.v have returned j from a few iI.iv'h tay in I Mit. Mattik 1'itr.wiTT, of Louisville, who has been tit Ciipt. (ieerV, returned Friday. Mu. ami Miw. Lcwih I'.A.McnY, of Lex- iimton, are vlslthn; Mr. and Mn W. F. 1 ! I.ittlk Mi"'oiii;" A wiikv entertained ( ! a nuuibtr of her young friends night. Mifs Katk II tu. is MIks Ura Wood, at Danville, and is attending the Danville Fair. Mix-in I.kiii: txn M.tnv Hi:a7I.ky left Tuesday for Cleveland to &ty a couple of months. Mis Kate Gano and brother, ltohtrtt were giU'Sts of their uncle, Col. V. . I Welch, this week. Miss Minnie VanAhmhik, of ! arrived yester lay and Is tli'i guest of M Siio llont. J. Socle vtiiTii iFalron) and familv pasM'd up We IncHlay for a mont h'a so journ at ltook Castle Springs. Mish.Maiiy CioiiMi.KY, of CrabOrohanI, went to Tuestlay to bring, home her brother Simon, who has been ill for sometime. Mies Fmii.i. TiMiuiii.tkr, of Sutnmitt Miss.,- and Mien ltiinnic Trimble, of lloduensville, Ga., am the miesis of Mks j Sallie Klkln, at Capt T. A. HlkinV Mils. C. 11, ItM and daughter, Mrs. J. It. Gutlgell, of Independence, Mo., arrived ycMorday ami are guests of Capt. K. T. It'oohester. Mish I.trn.t Ki.us, who has been in sifting Miss Kate Dudderar for the lat four mouths, returned to her home in Louisville Wednesday. The Ktioxville papers sK'ak of another big law suit won by Ingersoll A Peyton, of that city. We are glad to note that our former townsman is meeting with such success in his practice. Cou K. Poi.k Johnson1, Public Printeri editor of the Frankfort Capital, President of the Kentucky Press AhHoeintion and one of the brightest and best men in the Stale, in in the city. It is a treat to have ll I 111 Willi us I'm: following coimliitint i appears in the Danville Advocate: "Miss I Maud Marcuni, Catlcttsburg, was the, handsomest lady at the Fair on Tues-' dav." Mi-s Mareiim bore that distinction . while on the K. P. V.excuiHiou to Mam-' moth Cave. Tun editor left Tuesday morning to . . .. t v l. join ins sister, Airs. i. .. taugi.au, " week's sojourn, they will go to Itich - 1 inonti. Old Point ami other iiolnt.s. This is his lltst real recreation in tliree years i .. .. nnd wo believe our patrons will join us I in tlio wish that his trip may prove both pleasant and healthful. CITY AND VICINITY. Wantkd. To hire a good farm hand. J. II. Miller. Hc.tixit'Aiinms for guns ami ammunition ut T. Metcalf's. j . m I tio to Thompson's tonsorial art rooms for a clean shave or neat hair trim. On Iii: Choice Watermelons constantly on hand. Nunnelley v Hampton. s Ski: our pine and cedar shingles before covering your building. Sine oi Mene-fee. Hoy n can of Slug Shot for 5 cts. and kill the bugs'on ' vour cabbage. T. Metcalf. Tin: case of Will llaughuian for cutting Jim Tall, on election day, was dis missed. Look out for Tall again. It Was Not Ouu WrT.L. Wo published soiiio weeks ago that Mr. Will had taken unto himself n wife, but it turned out that It was not our Will Moberly, but another who liveB ut Livingston. Mr. Moberly who was in to see us this week Kiys ho has been congratulated by hundreds nnd received numerous letters wishing him and hisbrido long lives of happiness. ' K """ """ """ "" "' T-M-'" ,;s Hilt just received at Ill'ins " .McKlnii(.'y'H. M.xos'h Jan, Stunts Fruit .Turn, Chub anil .Mly (Jlusct'H tit A. A. Wnrren'B ".Model Lost. On tlie I Itistoii villi plku n pock etbook coiitiiiniiiK 0"' jet far-ring. Finder will ho rewarded if left nt my oilk'u. 0. 15. Cooper. Tiiohi: who Imve not paid their with us will please e.ill and Kettle. Wu need the money ami intuit have it. Courts & Cox. Lai.iii: erod jin from here to tin lUnvillu i'air each day and last niylit a bitf delegation of the yonnu people took in the hop at that place. m i Cam:y county p've Col. ril.'is Adam) for reprenfiitatlve a majority of -81 and Itutfell 107 majority, him over .Sweeney, demorr.it, by Kill. m 9 l'liNic John llutelt willcive a picnic at Ottenheim Saturday, August 17th, to which all are invited. and other auiiiHemetitH nil! hn fiiruifdicd. I)Trt. Mr. Catherine Hallcy hoi for Kale Koine lot in the Miller r.xtenoion. I t.niui. iifi.l lot nnu iit...1 In W II Millers nlto No. 1 liurw and buggy. .. Tur. Danville Advorate is getting oi t a newsy daily during the fair. When it conns to push aiidenterpriseonr conteniiorary is exceedingly hard to down. To My CchToMiiif. I will say that 1 am very thankful for past patronage and hope a continuance, but 1 must have cash for all work done from now on, im 1 have no inonev to run the credit ncs, mi please remember T. .1. Hatcher. It comes by our private wire that our townsman, .Mr. A. A. Warren, was frequently taken for Sain Jones at the Peering Camp Meeting Sunday and one sister tvns so poitive about it that she reiiesfd him to preach on a certain text that afternoon. An uicN'Tti.i.Y Shot. As John Ilig tiiii", a negro, living near Walnut Flat, was carelessly handling a pistol it went oir, the ball going Into the left knee of his brother, who was standing near by. The knee was considerably shattered and the Imll has not yet been found. The wounded man is doing well, but will very probably be left a cripple. . . The trustees of the Stanford Male and Female Academy have secured the services of Mr. James G. Denny to take charge of that school this year. Mr. Denny, son of our countyman, A. K. Denny, is a graduate of Centre College and is a young man of good morals, sterling integrity anih'n every way tltted to till the position the trustees haw wisely selected him to. ... The Danville Advocate pokes fun nt the prohibition candidate for the legislature in this county as follows; "Have you heard from Lincoln? There was some talk of a contest in our neighboring county, but we are inclined to the belief that there was some mistak'e, as Dick Warren goes in with a majority of over 1,'JOO, and hi.4 opponent goes out with a water-haul. 'Pah for Dick!" iTbashccn finally settled that the Jociinai.s will play the Waddle Pros., of Somerset,, on the Danville base ball grounds on Friday, Aug. 10. It is probable that the largest number will witness this game that has assembled 'l Hie diamond for many n day in Central Kentucky ami it is also probable that, while the game will be close, the J- "ill leave the grounds victorious. At last a trace of the man Holt, who stole Jim Ueid's horse and buggy some "A vc.,, mnntliR imn, Ii.ih Iwii foiinil. and it HlH.,I18ikt.v tlmt In-will yet pav the ,.,..,,,. for i.f. tiief, A rri01l(i llt "xioii. !.,.... - ,. ,, .-, ,,., ,,.,,, i , ,., ,..., , ,,,.,.. I '"-". - ..-V, w w have been' notified. It eems that the -. ... little mltvrtibcinent has done ood ami Mr. Heid is very hopeful of recovering his horse and buggy. Somi: six oreight negro boys, ranging in nges from ten to fourteen, have formed n band of robbers nnd locnted themselves ut or nenr the bridge on the pike. Their victims nro the small boys who nre sent to town on errands, ami besides taking what money they have, the youthful robbers wind up by giving them fearful (loggings, with the promise of a bigger dose if they ever divulge. Tho authorities should see to this broad-daylight robbery and have the little scoundrels pay dearly for their meanness. Ci'miikiilami Fama The most suinmer resort in Kentucky Cumberland Falls is this season enjoying one of tho largest of its existence. Guests are there from several States including a large number of the belles and beans of the country and those fond of gayty should go there at once, The more reserved nre nlso there in numbers nnd the guests make their selections of the two classes. It is thu place to spend the mouth of August. The fare Is a big feature nnd is unexcelled. Ask your friends about Cumberland Falls nnd see if they do not say H is " model summer resort. Kn Caldwell showed una wimple of IiIh string beans '.'.'I Inches in length. Tur. hop club at thin plaeu acknowledges with thanku the receipt of an invitation to the Firnt Annual Hop to be 1,'iven at Columbia, Thursday evening, Aujj. -'-'. l'liNic. The Mt. Moriah will (ivu a grand picnic on Saturday, August 17, n"ar Mt. Moriah church, at Highland. All invited to attend and bring dinner. I am Ht ill the agent for the celebrated DickV 1'atent Feed Cutter, the most cutter that has ever been Hold. Any size can be had, from hand to horte power. T. Metcalf. Xkmtiiday was about iih dull a day as any one could uIhIi to hoc-. Nearly everybody went to tho fair at Danville and thofte who were left were as destitute of new h an hens arc of teetli, hence the hick of that article this morning. Tiik Cincinnati Southern, Q. & C. route, will sell round trip tickets to western points at one fare for the round trip, Aug. 20, Sept. 10 and L'4 and Oct. -8, 'W. Tickets good to return !n .TO days. Apply to any agent on the Q. & C. route. The fever patienU about town are reported as follows: Warren Hocker Ih Improving; Harry Geer.ia much better; Willie Wallace is still in a precarious condition; Miss Jennie Hocker is some better; Mrs. W. F. Itansey is improving; W. M. Plight is convalescing; Take Heeii. A young man had his skull fractured while ringing a cow-bell at a charivari in Indiana n few nights ago, the bell slipping out of his hand and striking him on his head. Take heed bovs and quit the business or at least I get a tighter grasp on your bell. , j Dit. Peyton is building another dence on the lot adjoining the property he recently purchased of Tom Itaines, near the toll-gate on the Crab Orchard pike. He is gradually taking in the town. Mr. Willis C Harnett has about completed a neat residence on the site where his residence burned some months since. Ileum is the olllcial vote polled Monday. It will be seen that votes were cant nnd that Mr. Warren, who will prove n model legislator, got a majority of l.'-Wl, while Miss Kate Pogle, for j School Superintend, got the second , largest majority, IU8. Montgomery got only 576 with no republican opposition on the track. It was n cold day for the I am Holier th'nn Thou party, but n red letter tint: for the democrats. Hurrah for Lincoln nml tho democratic party! , sV 3 v x r g j J so- S " 1 . ! . j t : p- f x . I . : w - ' w m to 2 i stt i . Inuw.Om jf "i !2 3."i.,S253 .Uroo2iueiv I ! lz5ai 5."a?vi i"n jn "ik ' s ai!S uo.inin.ttoo ioj I i t . I ustontille rolled up n Ii7mil.miin 11111. jority for Warren and a still handsomer I one for Miss Hogle. Hurrah for tho West Kndl . I Montgomery got the " vote t uruo iirciiaru, mil uic ticmocnus tim their part and gave more than an 1 I ""ry support for the nominee George (..entry tried bis bet to keep i . si .... 1.:.. ........ 1 r..., ..,..:,,.. ,"""; "" , - "", 7 inr w nrriwi. iuil iiiiv 111 . . ' , ... A " ! nglits to nu, exclusive privileges lououe voted such. Highland is also entitled to n large portion of the "blue tie." Seventy-one for Wnrrenhi that precinct is good work and Jim Carter and other democrats are ' to be congratulated. j Olllv one negrO failed to vote for , ,. , ,,. , , . . x- .. Montgomery In Stanford precinct o. .!, I (Hubble) nnd lie did not VOto at all. That WOUld bo U good locality for tllOl preacher to reside in in the future. Niles ran well at Waynesburg and Highland, but was not equal to the occasion in the blue-grass. Ho ran on the republican-prohibition ticket, but tho majority wanted Miss Pogle to fill out the unexpired term and said so by a big vote. Turnersville did Warren proud and llie lieiliocnus 01 that iireeinct utsirto credit for their work. Our prohibition brother, Mr. W. C. Ilalloy, is no doubt sick at heart at his precinct doing tho thing so handsomely for Warren. However, we won't crotv over the fallen foe. At Turnersville 11 couple of prohibitionists drove several miles nfter an nged bimon pure 'democrat who they thought wns bolid'for the They were n little taken down when ho voted nnd ndded ono more to Warren's majority. Hurrah for the best representative Lincoln over has or ever will hnve. v'A sakgilt . ( Jji' ,.' , 4 vV. v et.ti MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Stephen Griflln and Miss Antllo itruiin were made one alter God b holy ordinance nt John Ciriflln's Thursday. V. K. Adams and Miss Mary K. Adams, tho pretty daughter of W. F. Adams, were married at the bride's father's Wednesday. , Since their childhood Mr. Thomas ' I). ltaney and Miss Iva Smiley have had n weakneis for each other, Miillciently visible for ninny to conclude that they would some day become husband and wife, but in the last few years their love has been even more plainly deinonstrn ted.and the question, would they marry hnd been substituted for when S the event occur. The question is swered now for on Tuesday evening last they, in, company with Miss Laura Ellis, of Louisville, anil K. 0. Wnlton, of this city, drove to and in the parlors of Mr. II. A. It. Marksbury, by Kid. Frank, were pronounced husband and wife. The attendants were Mr. John Farra and Mrs. Lewis Landrnm anil Mr. Wnlton and Miss Kills, and the ceremony, which wns sulliciently short, was impressive and beautiful. Their reason for going to Ijtncaster was because of their desire for n quiet wedding and not the objection on the part of Miss Smiley's parents, who were willing nml well aware of what tvns to be done. Miss Iva is an exceedingly winsome young lady and possesses aliku many accomplishments nnd beauty of character and disposition. She is the daughter of Mrs. Knte Dudderar nnd like her is in-J lustrious and perseverini; and will make Mr. ltaney a kind and true helpmeet, Of Mr. ltaney It can be truthfully said that he is a ydung man of high moral jetamling, n ousiness man ami atnorougii 'gentleman and is deserving of the good wife lie is now proud to call his own. T Ixteihoii Joimin.m. wishes them a long life, a voyage and a linnl happy rest "beyond the river, where the surges cease to roll." Mr. and Mrs. have taken rooms at her mother's And will remain there until other satisfactory arrangements can be made. A reception was given the newly wedded couple by Mrs. Dudderar on their return from and n number of friends gathered to express their good wisher for them. DEATH'S DOINGS. Dr. J. M. Perkins, for many yenrs a prominent physician and citiren of Som- erset, died Tuesday of bronchitis in his 7lM yeBr. ,h. wng R mogt uxcl)ent mnD ani, ,ib ,ieu,ls () kimiIUss will five long a(ter ,,iB boiR.8 glaU ,mvo retrne(l l0 dust. He was a prominent Mason nnd was buried by that order in the presence of a large number of friends at Somerset Wednesday. XKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Sale of a Farm ! And Stocl, I'armlnr; Vtcnul, !"lackimith'Tool and rnrniture. Said Farm ccntiint 133 Acres of tillable land, adjoining the farms of L)r lien Swoi.c, (icneral dano and Joe Tomlinton, and about two milea from llryantiville, Rarrard It, Ky. A (food nock farm, plenty ut water anil timber tur all 'urpot, rooU Itncmtr, a tenant home., a new ttaMe ol to stall : rrnts rrauny lor $300 per year. Heit chance ever offereda pood home fcr a mall amount of money Salt' to tale place en .prtmitea Sept. 3, it$, at a p. m, II old privately price $7,500 S- I'llO'llF. J. WILSON FARM FOB SiiX.E. 1 de'irn to sell my farm of 10; acres of land situated on the Lancaster pile. 3$ miles from Stanford. Improvements good, including a good hous.j with 6 rooms, l'lice and has on it 4 cood orchard. Apply to 49 it ALEX HOLT-CLAW. Stanford. Ky To Stools Traders. I has e leased the old O H Jones stables No. 31 and 5 Lovd street, Atlanta, da. Have refitted and remodeled the stables, nukitic them the best j: 1 nnnnmftd iii thl. section for the stock trade. 1 solicit the of friends and cordially . patronajc my a fojmer cutwme'tl of tlic m, Loren- iojonts will iumt me in the buvine.s. Jl . i-: . a ih:sikadlr ni) R , -. ,? j..ixxxjsjx jjj x I offer for sale privately my Kesidenco and Kfvc Acres of Land on Danville street in htanford. '1 he house is roomy and ill uood repair and all the necessary outhouses; are attached. Possession given within two weeks after .lie. h or further particulars call on Col. V ('.. Welch Stanford, Ky. me at Laiamic, Wyomin? territory. 4t. M. C SAUFLEV. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Valuable Lincoln County Land. Lincoln Circuit Court. Sarah Cook's vs. -Sarah CooVs Hrj... Ac , Dsfts., and S. R Cook's 1., I'llT., vs. b. H. Cook's Crs., &c, Oefu. y virtueofn ludjment of the Lincoln Circuit Court at Us : Nfarch term, lESj, 1 will on Tuesday, August 20, 1889, At tl o'clock a m. or therrabout, on the premises sell 10 tho highest bidder ut public outcry Two Tracts of Valuable Farm Land, Described as follows, to-wit: The first Tract contains 134 Acre of good Land and has on it a good frame and brick duelling house often rooms, with cellars and best spring in the county alo a cnaly. bcate spring on the place. 'I'hn second Tract contains au Acres, mo'lly river bottoms, vvell watered, lies river I nn(1 b "?" ,x two tenant houses, new inb and ,a rnew ualn , ql.ou Ur$c young apple orchard and is fir.t -class tarmtncT.ind. 'ilio land heon W""-??" Ar lriichiisville turnnike. in u ircn.il licivhtair hood, closu to schools und churches I hese lands are know n as a whcla as the Moves Cock (arm and are hounded by l)lx Kiver, the lands of David Popples, Win Lackey, &c.' Said lands will first be offered separately and then as a whole and the bid realising the most money will b declared. . Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of band u mouths, purchaser being required to execute Ixjnd with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from date until paid, payable to the Commissioner and with a lien reserved upon the laud moil nil ol the purchase money is paid, and having the fotce and effect of judgment. 8. M. DAVISON. ci4t M C 1 C' C. Any one, desiring to see these lands will call on or address Alex.Uoblnson, Lancaster, Ky THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF . .. . . .o.r. A full - Eatabllshed 1810. and eperienced ive courses of ttud V. Location healthful and accessible. 'acuity o Excellent Doardlnir Th oriugli. Kull information ghen on application. 2 Sunirlor advam.ic.es for n liberal and ninth education Kefintd Christian homes, Increased year. For cataio .uc and othir information, applv to CENTR0L UNIVERSITY, ",CJ"D' Next Session Opens Sept. Nth, 1889. THREE DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY-CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. lltallhy Iccntionln the heart of the llliie C.ran region. 1,000 feet above ita level. Kuinrdand community Mudrnu find hcmci in the beat familiei artd Memrrlal Hall. Kxpcnsei $ifo to $240, Attcndnn e last tiori, ju, from a- StatM and Territoric. For full information and CauluKuc apply to L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. Stanford Female College FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. J. 31. IIUHHAKD, A. 31.. .... President. Department. Ihicipline Strict. Instruction Wall Paper, Wall Paper, At M'ROBERTS Bo Ko Dealer Furniture and Wall Paper, - & STAGG'S. WEAKEN. In Undertakers' Goods ! STANFORD, KY. The Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stpck of Wall Paper, Border, Celling Decorations and Window Shades Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is full and complete. We call special attention to our rrTUESTHTTCTIBLE BTTHI X CASKET, The best Casket of the kind ever invented. Embalming under the most approved method when desired. J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. K F i 00 5c DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. paired on short'notlce and warranted. FOB, SALE.: My New House on Main St., Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr. W. II. ' HlKSins.l.tanford.ortomeat'Danville.Ky 3a i.orriE N HOLMES. ) HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, KY. - m Engineering and Surveying in all branches. SAW MILL FOB. SALE .AIbo runnel tint! Stock. As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great , sacrifice a saw mills complete with jo horse boilera ! IOC i n 3 a-horse wijions. t buckbo.ird, i primr n and harm is 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, t he erist - ... mill complete, .i . . and , mv -.... iurm of ,, too acres .-1.. 01 snou lanu wen tunuercu Will sell privately. MART SMITH,, Maywood, Ky, Kentucky Agricultural and Mechanical ASSOCIATION, LEXINGTON, - - KY., FAIR! JBUG. 21. 28. 29. 30. 31. Competition Open to the World, Free. i The Mo.t Attract. Programme Ever Offered. ' Two Races Each Day. Nelllo Kree's Patrol Uniformed Hand and will guc a Crar.d Concert each day KKKE Ladies and children uuder ta yean ot age will be admitted Free the first day, bpecul trains on all railroads at Reduced Ralei. Floral Hall will be open and will be a feature-of the Fair. ... , . For turther information and catalogue, address the Secretary. THOS. L, MARTIN, Secretary. a tt KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. i v . l corps of Tcachen Clascal, acifntific nd elect endownment and enlarged racultv for comine W. O YOUNG, D. D , President, Danville., Ky E N N Y, lEins imn mm , .' , . A Modem PrOgreSlVB School, - Where your daughters will he tau;ht How to become true wo.nen, as well as thcrouhly instructed in Literature, Science, Art & Music. Address RUV. C. TOPE, President, or Mrs. S. C. TKUF.HEAKT, Lady Principal, 4J . Millersburg, Ky. L0 & N o LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. The Great THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To The SOUTH & WEST With , Louisville . To Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and Now Orleans. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. Only one change to points in ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the line of this road ill receive Special rates. J jrSee agents ot this Company.forv rates, routes Ac,, or write to, . ATMOKE ,, f I i i . w. J I i i i -?