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OUR JOB OFFICE IS COMPLETE
STANFORD, KY., FJUDAY, NOVI3MBK11 7, 1879.
WHOLE NUMBER .100.
In mrr particular and aar Jon PtiitTVft Is at--knewlerfEftl
Ihe heat In the State.
Ipie interior -j-onrn;.,.
The Ntultlmt llrffr.
I ,ieald !t the tsedetftn djlntft
VTbo-e heart bttb eel rUt-l mt hm4,
I bee are. Un Ibal pale far, fit llfj
lather.., lint IWweef the dead.
Tl wlftlriaheeenaeail Ineeo tenetf,
II trim tile ibe wa H ef the enrfe.
Andeeeh thfebef Mr haMM Ue-sey
t ft thrsailen and Med a rittav
A dintw f the ynMtf efttb teefeej
That glkl frNi My deefral path.
At lln if-Wtol-m I era Matin
Anay rnwn the MeeMAUg wrath '
Fenny life la a stern wlM srrew.
Thai kmts frrr-m m weary eyes.
An J tea gloom efa darker mtrii
O'er the feth-way IWere ma Ilea.
A 4rstt Ike nrl it ringing
Th refill t arthe end alalee f mf leeH
AM i atrange, wet? J Telee la singing
Of Ike Hghl tbal hHiat 111) teiatl
The tneel brief torn la f haled
rt the bcesler a bleb I earn,
I tut, a,' haw Mjr ami la haunted
With lh SMlleelbabenn nef rttern'
A dirge tx Ue Lbeasa ( Mf rhlMhwl
That Iklh m aia ifrl eJwiej
Tee Ike mm; hl reek la Ik wHJ we!
With I lie ahad.. are li threea '
hat, atat' ft ibeaagalali lying-
Mm Mill In the ibrebMng '
The dirge W the heart thai la d; leg
Isetdlef lhan all lb rest.
XU OiOVfa BuSi t ll net wed.
ind JeV s4 &(( Jit fend akt taVJ,
Ald km I left Ul Jim mTtMbhll
I wenld iwt ned edd (iaffer Mi-BaW
The Mtkted. weH-eyed ami a a gun
The swan," ebesaM, "the Whw'salear heeel
May lurtef f Ihegrewhd Iwaj'enesli
The Aee ierr eve May lark ward tarn,
Thawlr4rt ) May I Udara '
tint ( aeta all IheM Mare ta dene,
WViU rtr ve4 U OaOt'a fta
The tfteek-leeed, len-ecetd mmti .
HW wbee the MtHef bye hre eg
The HH Mfee ker p4e leajet
f14ldevard ttevalbd Avea fteteeHfee,
AdU wW.MdeM, Ae tkt iireeer,
it Kerala het la kl a4 wea
(tU'a eMed l a44 (tatWatiM
Thar afhfil, aitaed aoaaf a mm.
tiii: iri.vi; m,
WW kMh r WU kt k Mr f
k kalh futmtleMiT WUe
IvtVh waMl ahlMMt eatHef
Tkfj thet tarry Mt it
the 1m! They that
pa t enk Meted Wtel
1he Kwk net lbi
( Ike Wlae wheal
H It ted, when II
f ha the
DNiiirrii mwi: ax aihikii.
U ct!milrtl that tlicro arc CO,
to 80.000 ramnicrcial ilruimncri
drawing tlie lifo-Uinxl from I be trudo
of the niuiilry. If c aMiime a
mran nuinbor, uixm uliich to Iiaseun
ntimate f expense t cmninrrre from
tliij iiuarlrr; He havo 70,000; which
i pruliiWy not ftr from correct.
Thetahuira ami other pay oflhoo
people rntigo from tlVM niinimuni in
Iho Wrolern citii, to 310,000 maxi
mum per nniiiini in New York. Very
few attain tho luccoi that oiniiuaiil(
the latter price, while ho U a "uli;"
hIio ilDctn't get more titan tho firt.
Uoeil or luil, their rxpentr nhilo
traveling arc nhout the raiue, nml at
nil tiling ni great a good living ran
make them. Tlie lowrtt i itimate of
tho average cot to unmiiierre of llieto
men, that we have utii, it (.traveling
include.!,) $2,B0O per minum. TliU
cost for one U ruul to 8101,000,000
for tho 70,000, or to Iho valuo of the
vntiro cotion crop of Iho United
8tatc. If thU niuhl lo iavel to the
country, ami thcuo parasite, together
with Ihe holohkffH, livery italde
keeper, liar kcepern, nml other hang-eri-on
nhmii they tupport could lo
made In (irixluoo In their ulniiut ca
pacityin they comuino iho laving
niiiiually miuld he tijual to nmro than
one-fourth Ihe gurertiiiirnt dvht.
When IhU l.irge iiumher ol men nro
coiiteiiiling for Irado in tinier of de
preiuioii, it iii no wonder tlicro U cut
ting and ihtihiug. Tho ktruggle for
trade, or emumisiitmi nlo, (end, tn
lower tho standard jf credit, mid
mako lad delit. This ynlem ot do
ing liuiincst U ruinous. l!ery mer
chant wielic-i to Ik) rid ol it, but Ihe
nierchaut In this city to lake the in
liatlve it wanting.
The amo forco that is required in it
mercantile houio to fill order now,
could fill Ihe orders with as much case
if sent direct by iho buyer, and very
little additional forco would suflice
whilst tho buyer is crsoiially in the
Commercial Intelligence has ad
vanced to butlilIo purpoooif tuvh an
evil as this can'not bo eradicatid.
Louiiville Trade Keview.
llr.TuLuIItM am. Anotrr It. A
mall boy was hoeing corn in n sterile
Held by tho roadside, near llclhel, In
diana, when a patter-by ttiipiOil nnd
"Tears to me your wirn is r.illmr
"Certainly,' .aid the boy. "It is
"Hut it looks yaller."
"Certaiulyt we pluntcl tho jullvr
"But it look at if you. wouldn't get
more than half a crop."
"Ol courto not," mid tho Uiy.
We planted heron ihares."
.Ill .Imrrrnii ftrnmn,
Cminlry Blltnr (In well In dn nier-
clian t "WouMii't you like fo lake
my imper, .Mr. lll.mk?
Merchnnt (with great cordialily)
"Of courts I would 1 Have been In
lending In tuluctiho fur n Inng lime.
Rend it up by atl meant. "
- AOT II. Tltni:l) MONTHS I.ATH1.
Hxlract fmiu leading nlitnri.il in
the HV.Iy llunU "Wo mutt nrgo
iil)ii our leaders Ihe nccoiitr of
pnimpt teltlement ol their tulwerip
llotit, many nf which are largely In
arreatt. I'leaie liear In mind that it
omit us a large amount tn print our
paer. Country produce recelvetl at
ruling market prices. "
Merchant (afier reading leader)
"There I I mutt call in and pay Ilangt
that $2. l'erlmpi ho liec.lt it. Hut
tlicro can be no particular hurry.
Two dollar isn't much."
aot in. Tiinr.i: hontih latrii.
Vn7 (from lluyle odlco presenting
bill tn merchant) "Please, tir, Mr.
HangtJyranU to know If you won't
wiy llMTtirday, ns ho hat got tn raise
wmio niniicy to iy hit hands."
Merchant (tomewhat nelllcd)
"Trll Hangs I'll call in; am pretty
short to day. (Hiit Ikiil.) Ilang
needn't lie an mighty sharp with hit
Acr iv. Timr.i: months lAtr.tu
Alitor (with n sick and weary
smile) "OoI morning, Mr. Hlank."
Merchant (shortly) "Morning.
Kditor-(wcakly) "This litllo bill
Merchant (fietcely) "How much
lilitflr (toftly) "Only 2. I
wouldn't tiouhle you if"
Merchant (In great rage) "Tlicro
your $2, and I want you to stop tho
paper. I ain't in the habit of being
dunned to death fr a mean paltry
tutu ns that. Xhw stop your mi'crfi
hlo sheet and you hear me I"
The poor editor, with n careworn
lace, feebly ttaggers nut the door
having lint gathered up tho 2.
X. II. Dot taken from real lilc,
and it not fictitious. Itockland Cou
kmmrirtittt I.lkr Vroh Orchnrtl t'mnt
Scene, Main street, llodic. Dra
matis personal : An old resident and
a ucw arrival. Time, v. M.
O. It. There goes Jack D-ilting.
X. A. -Who', he?
O. IS. One of our first citizens.
Haven't you beard tell of him?
O. K. Why, ho killed Tom Wilk-
Ins. Ilea a prominent saloon man.
There's Hill Thomson stepping up tn
eak to him.
N. A. Who' Thompson ?
O. IE. Ono of our leading citizens.
Haven't you heard tell of him?
N. A. No.
O. IL That's queer. Why, ho
killed Sandy Soncus and Aleck Hag
gis and put Tele Scragg't eye out in
one night. He's a prominent saloon
man, too. Hullo, they've ttooped to
tpeak to Alio Dickey I
N. A. Who't Dickey?
O. It. -Oh, ho dun t nmuiint to
X. A. Never killed nny oue, I
O. II, llokill any one I 1'tli.iwl
Ho wouldn't kill no liody. Hullo 1
Hv thunder, them three's having n
ipat. Hunt jer hole, t ranger, Iheyre
pulliu their pops.
(Tliey hunt their holct. Kapid fir
ing ensues, and rente. Old resident
and new nrriial emerge fruui under
Ihostovo ami seek iuforiiialbu.
Time, 8 r. M.
O. It. I tell you Iho camp ought
to bo proud ' that feller Alio Dick
ey. He's got nerve. I hope tho U) a
will turn out big at tho double funer
al. I used to know Abo's brother In
tho Stales. Ho enmo of a gritty fam
ily. Wonder what hit bail 'II bo?
Itowland Hill paid u visit toun old
friend a few jeanbeforo his death
who said to him, "Mr. Hill, it it iutt
tixtyfivo years tinco I first heard you
preach, nnd I remember your text
and a part of your tcrmou. You told
ut that tome people were very tqucam
ith about tho delivery nl difilrent
ministers nhu preached tho rama gos
pel. You told 'Supposing you were
attending In hear u will lead whero
you expected u legney to be left you
would you employ tho lime when it
was reading, in criticizing Ihe niauuer
in which the lawyer read it? No,
you would not; you would lie giving
all car to hear if uny thing was left
you ami now it much It was. mat
is tho way I would adviko you to hear
tho got pel.' "
"I would rather," tayt Ihe editor of
tho Okoloua italet, "be n living ns
than a dead lion." Nature having
gratified hint Iu this particular, what
In the world is he growliug about?
.1 hlttry of floiiimi' JJerri. '
Twenty years ago, ns the story goet, i
there wn n wedding. Tho hrido wna
ol good lamily, and tho loved her hut-
band with the characteristic devotion
of it wife. Hut the found herself
griorniuly disappointed, for in timo
ho indicted a scries of studied injuries
that eventually ended in tho Iom of
her character and a separation. Bho
drlfleil to this rily nnd became the
proprietress of n house of had repute,
in which terrible business the remains
to-day. For yeart tlicro hat lingered
in her hcitrl memories of what the win
and what the might have been but for
this wretch whom the at one time
owned as a husband; and the had
nothing but curses for tho irrrpairn
bte ruin he had wrought. Tho hut
band continued at hit old home and
proiorcd, and the world treated him
at an honorable man. He surround
ed himself wilh new domestic tics, and
apparently proiered, but the old say
ing that "the mills of the gods grind
tlowly, but they grind exceeding
mall," had illustration in this case;
for with reverses In liutlnrn canio dit-
case, nnd disaster followed to swiftly
that dn a few yean tlicro was none so
poor at tn do him reverence. Con-
rjmplion incapacitated him from ma
king a living, and Iho public hospital
was his only report. Then it wot that
tho deterlcd and cruelly treated wile,
whoso life of degradation had lieen of
his own making, tent for him, and he
was brought hero and is now lying on
hit drath-bed in a residence apart
from her own, but surrounded with
every luxury that can possibly smooth
hit descent to the grave. One of the
leading physicians of this city, n gen
tleman high in prnlession, is hit con
stant medical attendant, and there It
hardly an hour of Iho day or night
but this woman is watching over him
with the tenderest solicitude. This is
no fiction flmlianapolii Journal.
He (nil Tirm Triin.
A recent trip of the "City of Ches
ter, of tho Inman Line, from New
York to Liverpool, was enlivened by
the wit of a Washington girl, who
was Iho favorito pnenger. In the
tame ttcamcr wnt a young i.nglisli
snob, who wore n tuit of clothes of
very largo plaid, with n fatigue cap to
match, a tingle eye-glass, thick-toted
boott, spotted shirt and loud necktie.
He had that exasperatiug drawl pecu
liar to Mark Twain and English tuobs.
"Aw, yaat," said he, in conversation
with the Washington girl, "I havo
teen considewahle ol your country. I
havo beeu to New Yawk, Chicargo,
Omahaw, nnd other places, nnd it it a
gwate country; but you don't Mem to
have nnyceutwy inAmewica." "What
do you call gentwy V nsked the lady.
"Aw, why people, you know, who
doan't have to do any thing, you know
iieoplo who live without work
"Oh, yes, we have inch people," nil-
twercd tho lady, "hut wo don't call
them gentry. ''Aw, then what do
you call ilicni, pway?" "Wo call
them twanips." "Awl"
.1 i'hMrth'Vvinu lioi-ce.
We have been told of many intelli
gent mules nnd hone. Ono case we
remember of a mule going into n
blacksmith's shop to have a nail pull
ed Irom his foot is only equaled by
tlio ttory of a religious horto that wo
were told nf the other day. Ho is
owned by Mr. Alexander, of Oa-
nichec, Ala., whn ride hi m to church
on preaching days, which it twice n
month. Oil other Sundays ho is
turned out tn graze, and it is on these
dayi that he it to religious. He goet
down to tho church, ttops nt tho Ireo
whero ho It generally tied when there
is preaching, and still) hit head ti
wardt tho church, remains about an
hour and a half. Ho then walks leis
urely home. This is n fact, and will
bo vouched for by nny of the people of
Oiwichcc. Columbia ((.la.) r.u-
Tiik Olkanduii. This beautiful
plant, when under proper culture, it
truly u gem among flowers. This it
a good lime for making cuttings of it.
The best way to root them is iu a hot
tlo of rain water tet In the window.
Tho cutting should bo no deeper iu
water than half way up to the second
Joint, and when the rootlets get to be
half an Inch lung, carefully pot in
rich, sandy loam. After tho plant
blooms, cut back to within a foot or
fifteen inches of the ground, when
three brunches will come out; let
them grow until it again blossoms, af
ter which cut them all back alout six
Indies fiuin the main stalk, and every
m0 t llo(mi t cultlllg Lacki
I , , u fuw vea very beautiful
plant will bo the mull; In fact, wilh
proper cure it will grow more beauti
ful wilh uge.
Out of u State prison population of
20,11)7 throughout tho United States,
13,180 sue employed iu mechanical
iudustriet, earning an aterage of -10
cents a day
Mote lir ir tiiml nf Sirrnrlna.
John came in nnd Inquire whether
dinner wa ready, and wa told it wat
Well, why In Iho devil isn't It?"
"JlccaiMC tho coolly replied, "tho
wood wat tu d wet thM Mie fire
"Why, Mary, what it Iho matter
with you? Are you crazy or have
you lieen drinking V
"Neither," the said, nnd quietly
proceeded to put on tho dinner.
Tho beef didn't melt like butler be
tween tho teeth it rather resisted all
attempts at mastication, like so much
India ruhlier; and finally John blurt
ed out :
"What makes this d beef to Infer
nal lough?" Mary looked up nrehly
and replied :
"Well, John, Iiuppoto you went
down tn tho butcher's and without
knowing Ihe dilTcrcnce, picked out a
piece of Mine d old (lag that hadn't
lieen fed for a month."
John Jumped up, looked at hit wife
iu ditniar, and wanted to know what
such language from her lips meant.
"It means just this, John: you aro
tho head of Iho family; nnd just ns
lung as you think it manly to twenr In
my presence, I intend to do tho tamol
If you don't like tn hear it you know
how to prevent it."
Tho cure wat radical, nnd to this
date Mary hat never been compelled
to admlnitter another dose of Dr.
N 's prescription.
wriirfi ihe 'ore.
A ttory it told of n great French
artist, which finely illustrates Ins
knowledge nf human nature. He
wat traveling in Germany, in entire
ignorance ot ilt language and curren
cy. Hiving obtained some small
change for tomo of hit French -coins,
he used to pay drivers and others in
tho following manner; Taking a
handful of the uuismatical specimens
from his pocket, he counted i'nem one
by one into the creditor's hands, keep
ing hit eye fixed all the time on the
receiver's face. As soon as lie per
ceived the least twinkle ol a imilo ho
took back the lost coin deposited in
the hand, and returned it, with th'c
remainder to his pocket. He after
ward found that in pursuing this
method ho had not overpaid for any
thing. CumomWay op Ciioosinq a Hub-
hand. The Wagaris of Indi nro dis
tinguished for truthfulness and anna
rently great kindness to the weaker
sex. A woman of tho Wagari tribe,
it is said, is not required to labor, and
she Possesses, moreover, the curious
right, by long-established usage, of
choosing a man for her husband. The
choice it exercised by her in a novel
manner. She sends a hair-pin to the
man on whom the has tet her aQcc-
tiont, with the request that ho will
pin a handkerchief tn his cap. Should
ho rcciprocato her attachment, ho is
only too pleased to carry out her wish
es, nnd, when doing no, names tho wo
man who has tent Iho pin, whom he
is obliged to marry forthwith.
It it strange that tho popular preju
dice in favor of narrow tires for wag
out and carts should be to firmly fix
ed as to prevent tho use of bread
tires. A wagou or cart with tires
three or four inches wido may bo
drawn across n newly-plowed field
without cutting in, and on wet, mud
dy roads tho surfuco it not cut up but
is packed down. Tho better condition
of tho roads nml the saving of cost iu
repairs to them by tho use of broad
tires would Ik enormous every year.
Nevertheless, narrow tires are used
almost universally. Farm and Fire
side. A very earnest eilort hat lieen made
by tho National Iloaid of Health to
thoroughly disinfect Memphis. Iu this
important work thero hod becu used,
by tho end of September, upward of
170,000 pounds of copperas, 0,000
barrels of lime, 40 barrels of sulphur,
15 barrelt of carbolic acid, 1,215 lbs.
of tulphnlo of line, and 1,200 gallon!
of tine iron.
Two colored men while out coon.
hunting, near Flint Hill, llappahan-
nock County, Va., recently, became
teparated. Oue found a tree with a
coou iu it, and ascended to capture it.
Hit companion approaching the tree,
found the dog, as he supposed, treeing
a coou, and fired into the tree, killing
hit companion Instantly.
A teacher, eudeavoriug to famlli tr
ite a little girl with the various coun
tries of the Western Hemisphere, fin
ally oskid, "If I were to bore a holo
through the earth and you were to go
through at this end, where would you
come out ?" "Come out'?' replied
tho child, "why, I'd coroo oul of the
The iuni3'20,OO0,tlmot larger than
the earthfauij-yct it persists Iu "Ink
ing so until a thiug at raau.
Vnnhllllt Htfart fntrltlllff.
The Synod of Kentucky in its de
liberationt nt Maytvillc, was deeply
ngitaled over what disposition wat to
bo made with "Campliellites" when
they applied for admission Into the
Presbyterian Church. Tho question
wat whether tho baptism of n "Camp
liellite" it valid baptism. This ques
tion hat engaged the attention of the
Synod before, and one year ago a com
mittee wnt appointeit to ilcviso a
meant of putting the question tn rest.
This committee reported last week,
recommending tho reference of the
entire question to the General Assem
bly. This view was taken by Drs.
Ycrkes, Humphreys and Archibald,
but Dr. Heatty, President of Centre
College, argued etr forcibly in favor
nf committing it to the discussion of
the sessions of the churches, nnd lull
mated that that this would lie tho re
sult of its reference to tho Assembly.
This kind of debato Is amusing to those
to whom it lias reference, and they
think It would bo well to catch a few
of their fish before the mode of cook
ing it determined upon. Lexington
' A Yurl llonjr.
The other evening, just before tun-
down, says tho Virginia (Nev.)Cinm-
Mf, a gentleman who was titling by
his window on North H street casual
There goes the woman that George
Brown's dead on."
His wife, who was in a back room
getting lupjier ready, dropped a plate
on the floor, stumbled over tho baby
and ran like a quarter horse for the
"Where? Where? Tell mo quick'"
"Tho oue with tho long cloak just
at the corner."
Then the woman at Iho window
said in tones of deep disgust :
"Why, that's Brown's wife."
"Yes, exactly," remarked the brutal
Then the disappointed woman went
back nnd got the supper ready, but
her usually sweet disposition was sour
ed for the entiro evening.
Solidification of hydrogen seems to
be an accomplished fact. In tome re
cent experiments with hydrogen com
pressed nt boU atmospheres, it was
found, on opening the stopcock, that
tho gas issued with a noise liko that
o. n uuv iron uar mmcr .,mcr, U..u .1
-i l. ! !. .....1.. ...I.. Ar.,1 t
hail attecl-btue color, lue jet tuu-
denly became intermittent, and then
there followed a sort of hail of the
solid particles of hydrogen, which fell
with positive violence to the ground
and produced a crackling noise. Af
terward, tho stop cock was closed, and
there was evidence that a crystalliza
tion of hydrogen took place within the
tube; when, however, the temperature
wat again raised, the gas issued as a
A TitAssPAnEST Fieii. A very
remarkable fish was captured here on
tho 21st instant, by Mr. O. Blossom.
It is about ten feet in Icugth, and its
weight is estimated at about four hun
dred pounds. It is perfectly trantpa
rent, and Iho action of the heart and
other functional organs can bo plainly
teen: Altogether, it is a very re
markable specimen cf the finny tribe,
nnd is well worth tho attention of
scientists and naturalists. Mr. Illos
torn will nrrango a tank containing
alcohol in order to preserve it.
Mackinac, Mich., letter to Chicago
An nnecdoto is told of a Judge, pro-
lane and Irritable, who never let a
meal pass without a sonorous invoca
tion upon Iho repast. Once ho re
buked a deaf guest who innocently In
terrupted him whllo thus engaged, as
follows: "l)-rii It, don't you tee lint
I nm saying graco ?"
In 1810, Lexington was Ihe largest
city In Kentucky. It had -I.32G in
habitants. Frankfort was thoiccond
largest, nnd had 1,009 Inhabitants.
Washington, in Mason county, had
800, and alter it came Louisville,
Danville and Uanlstown.
ss f t
A fashion item sajt that girls are
wearim: boys' bats, boyt' lies, and
boys' cravats. Yes, and tho married
ones are wcariog boyt' bree well,
only their husbands know what they
are wearing. C.-J.
Tu euro a wound tnado by a rusty
nail, nuoke wilh burning wool or
woolen cloth. It will relieve the pain
iu Uenty minutes.
He it happy whose circumstances
suit hit temper, but lie is moie excel
lent who can tuit lilt temper to any
When we look West wo feel that we
would like to tee an Indian fall IiittenJ
of an InJIan tuminer. Whitehall
IUt boles may bo itoppol efltctual
1 by filling1 with broken glass ami
platter oi Paris.
Hir to ttrri I'rrth fait''
A correspondent in the Lancaster
i (iruirr writes . It is some timet desi
rous tn tloro nwny eggs In tho Sum
mer or Fall, when prices arc to low
that we can not nflurd to sell them, to
be told when they are scarce, and will
bo keenly relished; or can be dispos
ed of at a good price. To keep them
thus wc do not believe thero It a more
simple and efficient way than the one I
have always (cn practiced by my fath
er for the last thirty or forlyycars.This
is by simply taking none but fresh
and sound eggs, nnd setting them, In
layert on the tip or small end, In a
box or basket or nny thing that will
hold eggs. We do not put any thing
between them, nor do we put them up
"nlr tight," but wo always keep them
in the cellar. Eggs that wo have put
away in this position last fall are to
dayafter tix months at good and
fresh ns the day they were laid, and
we have never found one that was
spoiled or stalo among them, when
thin served. Wo feel confident that
they would keep good and fresh for
There was a Church Fair nt Silver
City, Ncv., nnd a wag put an adver
tisement in tho local newspaper that
hugs would 1)0 told as follows: "Ten
cents to hug any young lady between
15 and 20; five cents for young ladles
between 20 and 30; ono dollar to hug
another man's wife; old maids, two for
a copper cent; all females of Ihe wo
man's rights persuasion are free." In
quiries for the hugging booth were
The Walsino Fever. "Howdy,
this morning?" said an acquaintance
to a fat citizen, who was blowing and
steaming with great tpcedr along the
sidewalk, "training for a walk?"
"No," pulled the fat citizen, turning
hit bulging eyes neither to the right
nor the left, '-I'm walking for n train.'
Tho poet Moore used to hunt for
days for a tingle word to complete the
musical cadence of a rhyme. When
he mashed hit finger with a hammer
he somehow bad no difficulty in hit
ting on just the word he wanted to
express the musical cadence of his
emotions. Rockland Courier.
Euclish contractors who built a
narrow gauge railroad in Japan, re
roii-nl ?.ri0.000 rer mile, nnd the Su
p" wa, 1Mvja gUUO per
monli, Voriimnti.1. the mad was
only 18 miles long.
The barber's razor took hold of hit
beard with a vengeance, wheu he look
ed up and said, opologctically, "My
dear tir, I came in to get shaved, not
to have a tooth pulled." Turner's
A young man went iuto a restaur
ant the other day, and, remarking
that "Time is money," ndded that as
ho had half an hour to spare, if the
proprietor was willing, he'd take It
out in pie.
Tit art ill wind that blows no body
good, but the wind that blew a chim
ney down nn a lightning rod agent
deserves u crown of emeralds and
rubies. Hhinebeck Gaiette.
A ichnolmiitres8 nskod a child what
se-o spelt. The child hesitated. Said
tho teacher: "What do I do when I
look at Mr. Smith ?" "Thqiiint." re
plied the pupil.
A littlo girl to juvenile ueighbor:
"My father has family prayers every
morning. Docs yours?" "No, in
deed (indignantly; my father it a
"We aro living at present iu the
very armt of tyranny," exclaimt a
Western scribe. Aha, just been mar
ried, havo you? Waterloo Obs.
One good thing about a lottery is
that a man can purchase enough cas
tle in the air fur 81 to last htm a
month. lloston Globe.
Wo havo great respect for age; but
tho "olJist inhabitant" is generally a
terrible liar. New Haven Register.
She certainly had a pretty foot, but
alter all It did not make half to much
impression ou him as the old man's.
The it no feeling, pcrhaju, except
the extremes ot fear and grief, that
duet not find relief In music.
The New Orleans J'l'eaymie.uji that
iho must important "fishery 'lUMtion"
is, "llave yuu got a ime
It it better tu murry lliah tn burn
coal at twenty cents a'biwhc! cuurt
The man whuenjuyt a gnwl tlet-p it
au nappy man,
Whenever lit;htniui; bciiit to play,
it ftthes thuuder.
Iu WMliIogton The
i. nut a to.
OTIUUC irOlTNKN I
:!t. TIIIIU) AM)
IDO TIECIEJ S
They never deceive you in
your son's Sunday, eve
GO THERE F
13 on tVrotvi and rourlb (Hundayi, anornlnf tad
night, I'raref Meeting every Wednesday after
noon. Sunday bctioul at b-jq a m. ILE-Pairow,
BAPTIST -Kar J. M. IlarcK, rutor. PerTtret
on Pecond and rourlb (Dundayi, morning tad
GHIUfTiAN. Worship Ly the wn-irncatlon er
ere LonTariiT. I'TMrhlnrhv l.l.l. Jnav IWIIab
on 11 rat and Third tard'a days. Baud ay Bcboul
at- Hi. Joe. Beranre, Fuperintendent.
METHODIST, BOUTH.-IlEr. J. S. Siua, Ia
tor. tferT lc every Bandar morn 1 02 and nl ht.
iTsyer MeellanTbanday nights. Sunday Bcboot
. 8, Mima, anperlntendent.
PUCSnYTERIAN, SOUTII.-No faator. Un
ion Sunder Srhonl nt tt.30. John W. Ifeul.
fen perl ntendrnt. Union ltayer Meeting Wrdnes
pnK8nYTEniAN,NOUTII-UY.J. B. Hats,
j. luuiTiprticnnon neconu ana trvann oun
days, morning and night.
VV7 H. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will Dracllre In therourta f llila and adlololDK
counties and la the Court of Afpeate. Office In
T S. A K. V. MOCKER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Offltt oTtr llcAlialrr A LjlW'i Store.
O S. MYERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OOra with Jud(e fblllp. la lb. Court-houiw
WALLACE E. VARSOS.
n XT. A V. 11 VAIINOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Offlc la Court S-iuire.
QAM. M. nUItDETT,
mt. vrjitruorv. ltt .
Will practice bis profcasIonMn Kockraitle and
adjoining counties and In the Court ef Appenla.
Special attention given to collecttona.
T EE F. HUFFMAN,
STAlVI?OIlT . ICY.
Offlc South aide Main Street two doors abore
the Myers Hotel.
Pure Nitrous Uxlda a as admin (sterol wbtn re
N. SID PLATT,
.o. Ol -llli Sired,
Louisville, - Kentucky,
OF Til F
"AI'OI.I.O VOItr," MIIIlT.
Fine Lines of Men's Underwear.
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a.rIhkLlal.l ut lb ItatU-uUm. H
HAenaeclrculallon thus alien, tubll s Ileal Uttt te ,
dlrwted t tbe nteiiu ottbe new fvaleut. and sale ,
or iniriutu wMii eMif enecte4 Any prnuu,
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mo nurciinse ol yom
ry-ilny or school SMltl
Stanford Female College.
WITH A RILL 00EP8 OF TEAOHEBS
Ihlt liuUtuUoa will open
ITS TENTH SESSION,
SMI IOMAV IXSErTEMIllX.NI-.XT.
ALL THE CniNCllta OF A
TH0R0TJOH ENQLISH COURSE
rt Luibi, u wrl u
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INQ AND rAINTINO.
la Tuition. LtlrM ranir. from 123 In S30 In Ih
rful,r Drp.rtiunt. rrtm.rr, SMj Int.mifdl.l
tin; 1-rer.ntoir, 140, sod CouVgl.le. VA.
For fall MrtleuUrs, u to Bord, ic, fclJrtM
JtBS. St. V. TRCEHEART. l-rlllrli.nl.
SUnforil, Lincoln Co.. Kj.
ST. ASAPH HOTEL,
TIIOS. RICHARDS, t?roi'r.
OPENED TO TES FUBLIC FEB. 22a-l, 1373
Hpoclnl Accommodations Af
for tied. Commercial
Baesaff Tranifumd Fraa of Chare
E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr.
This Old and Woll - Knowu
Hotol Still Maintains its
Itt Proprietor is Determined that
it Shall be Second to no Country
Hotel in the State in its Fare,
Appointments, or Atten
tion to Comfort of
D.ffKSf. will b. f..r. je-4 U sit Ih 4r p.
rrt. arrktrt. Kp.rUI sr.AHined.tl... I.
U I OHiatr.UITr.T.lf r. Tb. Ur lll
slKS(. (Il.d iiltli tkl k.lr,.t
br..t.oruo.rt..t llstr. A.
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Town Property For Sale !
I offer atprlTateulamrllealdenv In the aat
era limits of BlanJurd. Tnla Is one oflnemot de
al raUe residences In the loan. Terma will l-e tuad
easy. For further Iefttuatlon, apply lo J. W Il
eum at Stanford, or tu ua st larlUe.
897-U J. O. KVAJaM,
TO PEOPLE WHO CAN READ!
Your attention Is Inilted l tlie aHtiet.rwMi.
A large l-itage, 4tVroluiunaews.Brer. ttvt sura
d In tlieruuutry tr Neva. UuajurM llftrutts, Lu
hitt and iwlect lUadlua. will be turnUbed, toi-
1 YEAE AND 3 MONTHS FOR $1.
Tnla otter WaUnd gwd till Jan. I. IsAQ. and aui
rMTiUou to dale trvau the lime of their rM.ctluu
ceetta la Iwr Iba betauwuatdue lUe Wviwr rrvui
lutaalon UlugreUlaed by lUefurwnrdef. A taW
pVoluUa la iba one tiU gfta It uiT ttir
club of Ibis remarkably wiUd HI' ' lbu'
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mo.y.h.s roit 10 ci:msi
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