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V0UU-MB X.--NUMBER 510.
STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 24, 1882
NEW SERIES-NUMBER li.
Sons - Balli
W. P. miTOtl, - . Eilttor ant Proprietor
T. tt.WALTOH, - - . - Business Manager.
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SuiisqniiTK),v, 2.50 Tan Annum,
TnvaIuaiii.y in Advanck.
Th lilfa f liaa ttioiiiiin.l rjit,
An J lhailaj Imtona,
Ytl Hi. Ilflii f Ih. Wight wotl.l .lira
Vltli tha J) let tun,
ShrolDlJii IhmiunJ art,
fiAol. h iirtjfiinfftf V1
Trrtli llhtf tfit wlJ5la lib l".a
Whan Iota la dona.
Krtp puitilitf 'tla wlrr taan ililfug asMa,
Anil lhln( and wattbln and waiting lh tIJ,
In Hfa'a tar ntUatllthr nl? pratall,
Vifilillf narcli onward q.l nttcr r '"'
Tnata li a lull In win no jf r tin lini,
Of louilljr pubthklnf Mi arlhlr't ahama,
On Mla'a wlnp Immoral acamlala 11,
Whtlit ililuoui atllona
ifTfii S main Bo an
, In iiaallux times
Whtlit ililuoui atllona aralxit born toil l.
lines tho small boy is
alivo to tlio terror mid humors of tlio
situation. Tako three or four small
boys who havo passed through tlio
ordeal i vaccination, noil lot them
get hold of tlio small boy who has yet
to undergo that trial. The young in
nocent, itands with mouth ngapo and
distended cars whilo tlio others de
scribe tlio operation!).
"Tin. doctor tells yen 'Haul oil
that colit!' Then ho tells yer. Roll
up that sleeve!' When yer got ycr
sleeve up, he takes a great lig knife
and join , i tenter, ycr arm, up to tlio
halldlei' ' 'the blooU flics nil over
things, and the doctor mops it up
with a big sponge. Oh, ycr havo no
idea of tlio blood! Then ho takes a
lot of itull what he's got mixed up on
aplecopf, glaM,.an' ho etulls it inter
tlio cut what ho'a made, mid that is
tUe'waxInation'what he's n-puttiu' in
ter yer. Whilo he's a-suflin' iu tho
waxination every job ho makes is
agoin' to ycr heart it's just liko tnkin'
ycr life, so it is."
When a boy who lias thus been en
couraged is Anally marched iuto the
doctor's office, three or four comforters
manago to slip iu and viow the opera
tion J looking as solemn as so many
mourners at u funeral.
Tho buy who is about to undergo
tho operation at lost his his arm bar
cd. Tho doctor grasps tho. limb, and
tho boy turns aside' his iace nod bo
comes pale.' His teoth are firmly net,
ho tries to smile, as ho catches tho
oycrcono of, his companions.
wants 10 oc oravo u posinie.
cold noint of tho doctors Inn inuehni I
the baro skin ot his nrru,, and ho
thinks ji cash tovcrnl inches in lencth
has boon mado in his flesh. Ho twists
his head around to look for tho wound,
and tho doctor twists it bick, telling
him to "keen still."
Then tho lanco begins to prick tho
skin nod the small boy imagines that
tho point of the steel is fur down to
ward tho bone of his arm, working
about tho sinews and muscles. The
boy's lips aro compressed, his eyes nro
almost closed, his neck drawn down
between his shoulders, and his right
leg so drawn down that only the toes
of tho foot touch tho floor.
Tho small boy's chin t falls he
gives himself up for dead. Ho is sure
tho doctor has cut a vein and that
blood is spurtiug in all directions.
Ho has not tho couraco to turn his
head to look. Ho is about to faint
when tho doctor pulls down his slcovo
aud says: "Now, boy, put ou your
coat you're all right." ,
Tho small boy can hardly believe
his cars. His heart gives a great
bound of joy aud relief. A smilo ir
radiates his face, and in about a niin
uto he is ono of tho bravest of tho
bravo. An hour later he is out an
tho streets describing to other small
boys tho terrors ot "waxination," nnd
how tho. doctors rip and tear through
flesh and muscles with their big
A Kino in America.- A railroad
lawjer taid ton correspondent of the
N. Y. Tribune: "Tho nearest ap
proach to royal power to which any
man can attaiu iu thii country, is to
possess great railroads. Ilii dominion
Is thus, as great na that of almost any
kihg'oii tho globo. His subjects moro
docile and fully as dependent. He
is conveyed from oufl part of the
country to another iu regal splendor,
nnd rcceivos tho reverence from his
dopend.-.jt. subjects that no kiug in
this ceniury over teceived from a civ
ilized pi -pie "
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Ntnvous Si'H'Kiu.HH -Nerotianei la of
ten slUiulriljbriiiaujr annojlngsrniptoiiia,
such u black spots Hitting bt fare tlie'eyes,
ringing or butting in the earn, dailies of
tislonaiy light in darkners, Inability to
look up or about suddenly without grow
Ins; faint or tllny, 'waktfnlnen, vivid
drenminit, etc., ail of which la permanent
ly cured j ualng Ilrotru' Irpn Hitters.
Climate and Altitude.
Tho Virginia City KnUrprm (No-
vailn,) furniMio.1 tho following: Tlio
relations of climnto to nltitudo nro
Very intimate, but In moH regions nro
not apparentthat i, not vMblo
to tho cjc. Hero, however, it Is
liferent. For injlmico, yesterday
whilo nil tho hill and mountains
round about wcro arrayed in robes of
dazzling white, thcro was In tho center
of tho Ivuleru landscape ono big spot
of brown. This was on tho Carson
IUvcr, down toward Fort Churchill.
Thcro not only tho valley land, but
also all tho low bordering hills re
mained a deep and dcsolato brown. It
was liko ii dirty spofIcfl In tho mid
dlo of a newly whitewashed wall. Al
though this spot ii nt nogrcatdistanco
from this city, the pcoplo thcro walk
about on bare groan J, while hero wo
wado in a foot of snow. Willi thorn
it, is only lato autumn; with us
it Is genuiuo winter. However, thoy
havo not far to go to get a tnsto of
winter. Half a mile from their
homos would tako most of them up
iuto the snow belt. Persons who havo
lived all their lives in prairio and oth
cr level regions havo but an indistinct
notion of tho groat iuflueuco nltitudo
has upon climate. When their plains
aro bare, they do not know that win
ter It often but ono hundred fectubovc
Tn this mountainous region no havo
an excellent opportunity of studying
tlio effects of altitude. It it florae
times quito wonderful to observo the
evenness of tho snow line- It is
drawn midway up the faco of tho
wholo lino of hills as neatly as though
marked with a chalk line. Sometimes
it is higher, sometimes it is lower, ow
ing to the teraicrature. Tho oven
ness depends a great deal upon the
air. When thcro is much wind the
enow lino is not well defined, but
when it is calm tho strata of tho at
mosphero aro perfectly regular. Tho
snow lino is then as level as though
it wero tlio wutcr lino of a lake.
Frequently, when no now lies on
our streets, wo can ecu on the slope of
Sit. Davidson, only 200 or 300 feet
abtivo us, tlio line "separating us from
tho region of winter.
Capt. W. C Bell
For. satisfactory reasons, Ca"pt, W.
. Dell declined to allow his uamo to
I go before the Stato Convention at
Frankfort as a camlidato for Clerk-
shin of tho Court of Appeals. While
Kentucky is the loser by this deter-
niumtion, Anderson county 11 tho
Bainor' b' n ,ar majority, in that
"0 still has the bes Circuit Clerk in
lho Stato. Anderson News,
0f ,,,e lonK ,lst of liKla for tho
ofilco &f Appellate Clerk.wo supposo
no 0IH) f them was better qualified to
"orouBuiy perioral its. uuties than
Lapi.iseil, nor among tnem a ruore
thoroughbred gentleman. IIo can rest
assured that the Kighth District would
hovo given him a unanimous endorse
ment, but for the belief that tho De
mocracy owed Col. Wolfurd a debt
that was part due aud ought to be
Wabiiinoton Monument. Tho
engineer in cbargo of tho Washing
ton Monument, in Washington, re
ports that tho addition to the height
of tho structure sinco the work was
renowed, August 7, 18S0, is 100 feet.
Tho monument is now 200 feet high
nbovo tho base. Sovcnty-four feet
wcro added last year. Tho balance
of appropriation nvailablo December
1, was enough to carry tho obelisk to
tho height of 28G feet.
It has been discovered in Germany
that electricity may bo employed
to great advantage iu hiving bees.
Uy applying two connecting wires to
tho honeycomb, tho insects aro appar
ently stupefied lor the tiuio being,
nnd will not sting. Thoy regain their
activity in lho coureo of half au hour
nnd seem to sutler no injury.
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"Strange that 1880 should como
twice iu tlio jame ceutury I" said Tom
to Jack. "But it doesn't," replied
the latter. "Indeed it does," contin
ued Tom; "for wasn't year beforo last
1880, and isn't this year 1880, too,
According to President Taylor, tho
head of tho Mormon church, there nro
iu Utah 05,070 members of tho church,
not couutiug 31,701 children uudcr
eight years of ago.
Doctors say that gout may bo in
herited. If any fellow were to lcuvo
us tho gout, we should contest his
will on tho grouud of insanity.
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The man who gets the gist of tho
proverb that it is butter to give than
rtceive, is tho fellow who has tho
itch. GJasgqw Times.
Tho latest wrinklo iu connection
with tho transportation of cattle is that
of Mr. Tingloy, of lho Humane Llvo
Stock Express Company. Home timo
ago tho wimo gentleman invented a.
feed car, theoretically good hut prac
tically a failure Tho grain nnd wa
tcr were placed on the roof, and pass
ed down by pipes when required; but
tho troughs in tho crowded cattlo cars
got dirty, nnd tho nnimnls refused to
cat out 01 mem. An attempt was
then nmJo to substltuto cars with
compartments, so ns tn keep tho
cattlo separate, but this rendered
thc.cnrs unfit for any ether purpoea
on tho return trip, nnd was abandon
Mr. Tingley'a present cchemo is n
simple one. It is to establish a num
ber of "cattlo restaurants" along each
lino of railroad that transports live
stock. Thoy will bo two hundred
miles apnrt, and the cuttle can bo fed
and watered every twclvo hours
When n train with n load of cattlo ou
board gets within twenty miles of one
of these restaurants, n telegram will
be eent to tho officer In charge, and
when the train arrives everything will
bo 111 readiness. Great iron cups,
about as largo as and something in
tho shapo of a good-sized kitchen pot,
will contain food and water, run into
them through rubber pipes from tanks
above. Tho train will stop between
two rows of theso troughs, those ou
ono side containing water, nnd thuso
ou tho other side containing four
quarts of food, consisting of a mixture
of ground corn, oats, nnd cut hay.
Each car will havo sixteen openings
on each side, all of which can be easi
ly closed when tho car which need
bo nothing moro than au ordinary
cattlo car, such ns is at present used
is required for other purpose on
tho return trip. Tho device for mov
ing tho water and feed troughs to the
openings is not complicated.
What Becomes of Dead Birds i
How strango it is that, considering
tho millions of birds born every year,
dead ones arc so seldom seen. To each
little songster in turn comes the trag
edy sickness, decay nnd death yet,
even in tho woods, it is raro to find a
dead bird. Who buries them f One
can find it in his heart to belicvo in
tho pathetic robbius of olden story,
aod turn up tho leaves to see if per
chance, some stray feather may not
betray the hidden mausoleum. It is
odious to think that they havo becomo
tho proy of others of their species, or
of enemies prowling in wait for their
hours of weakness. Hut nature man
ages her n flairs so well that doubtless
tho obsequies are conducted with or
der nnd regularity, and if wo had but
eyes to tee them, wo should find rel
ics of our songsters doing their part
to fertilize and enrich the tceces of
their former existence.
He Was A Donkey Diuvkr.
When au Austin schoolmaster entered
his temple of learning, ono morning,
he read on tho blackboard the touch
ing legend :
"Our teacher is a donkey."
The pupils expected there would bo
a combined cyclouo und earthquake,
but tho philosophio pedagogue con-i
tented himself with adding the word
"driver" to tho legend, and opened
the school with prajcr as usual.
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A Chicago woman, having ordered
her servant to say that she was not at
homo, was so anxious to hear the voice
of an old lover of her who was talkiug
with tho servnnt iu tho hall that she
leaned too far over tho banister, lost
her balauco and fell to tho bottom,
breaking her arm aud leg.
Dr. Barktdulo of tho Virginia Lun
atic Asylum reports the case of a no
gro lunatic whose brains weighed sev
enty ounces. This is believed to be
the largest brain ou record excopt that
of Oliver Cromwell.
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A Knusas man has sued bis wife
for divorce, saying ho was not the
father of her child. She' admits tho
allegation, and says if alio depended
ou hi in alio never would havo had n
Eight of the Presidents of tho Uni
ted States havo been members of the
Masoulo Fraternity Washington,
Jackson, Fierce, IJuchuimn, Andrew
Johnson, Gurfield aud Arthur,
You can always tell tho fastidious
mail by his eendiug tAteuty-seven culls
aud collars to tho laundry accompan
ied by one linglo shirt. Yonkcrs
1 11 a mi
Acer's Pill are tlie beat of all puritatlvoa
for family ue. Tlier are pleaian), ajfe
and sure, and excel all other Pills In heal,
log aud curative; qualities.
Tho story of the killing of General
Jackson has been told over anil over
again, but novcr seems to Iw wanting
in dramatic interest, and is as oitcn
read by thoco whom tho history of tho
itrugglo for freedom never fails to at
tract. It was nt Chnncellorsvillc, in
May, 1803, when ho turned Hooker's
right, upon which ho turned by sur
prise. Tho ill-fated Jackson rode out
with his staff and escort. That was
Oor lOji'clockof tho night of May,
2. He was riding on his well-known
"Old Sorrell" toward his own men.
The liltlo Iwdy of horsemen were mis
taken for, Federal cavalry charging,
and the Itebel regiments on tho right
and left of lho road fired a sudden
volley into them. General Jackson
received ono ball in bis left nrm, two
inches below tho shoulder joint, shat
tering the bono and severing the chief
artery; n second passed through tho
snmo arm, bctweon the elbow and
wrist, coming out through tho palm of
tho hand; a third entered the palm
of tho right hand, about the middle,
nnd passed through, breaking two of
tho bones. Ho fell from his horse,
and was caught by an officer at hand.
Later he was found, placed upon n
litter, and couveyed to the rear. On
his way to a placo of safety, ono of
tho litter bearers was shot nnd Jack
sou fell from tho shoulders of the
men, receiving n fovcro contusion, ad
ding to the injury of tho arm, and in
juring tho side considerably. IIo died
eight days afterward at Guinea's Sta
tion, somo fivo miles from the place
where ho fell.
That man is a candidate. They
say the Offico ho wants is Fat, though
tho mouth he puts up to get it is not.
IIo is so glad to sco you ho Smiles,
and asks you to Smile also. He holds
oq to your Hand, like a man does to a
woman's Hand that is soft and warm
and Satisfied, until you tell him how
your Wifo nnd all your Children nie,
and also how your Neighbor's Wives
and Children arc. Do not think he
will Always do this. If ho gets the
Office he will put his Heels up on the
jam and his feca in his vest pocket,
and let you alouo. If he does not get
the office, ho will lay it on to you, aud
then ho will uot ask yon Anything,
but will Walk straight along on the
bricks nnd never look your way when
you meet him. Glasgow Times.
Tho Richmond Palladium tells an
awful story of a letter received by a
farmer living at Lynn, a few miles
from Richmond, on the Grand Rapids
road, from Cincinnati, containing sev
eral smallpox scabs. The man took
tho letter from the office, placed it in
his pocket, and did uot open it until
ho reached home. The only writing
was: "I tend rou somo smallpox
scabs; now go homo and die." The
inclosures were submitted to a physi
cian, who declared them to be what
they purported. The envelope was
postmarked Cincinnati, and had the
word "transit" stamped upon it. This
is the only clew tho detectives have to
the diabolical villain.
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The Lancet evidently gives little
credit to tho stories of tho injury done
by flowers in sleeping-rooms, but,
nevertheless, counsels people to bo
overcautious, and, therefore, to ban
ish from their bedrooms all growing
plants. They can do no good, and
it is possible thoy may diffuse irrita
ting particles or perfumes.
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During tho last ninety years, over
ono thousand people havo been burn
ed up iu theatres, and in the saruu
timo over six thousand have perished
in church accidents. Still wo would
not advise pcoplo to frequent theatres
to the cntiro exclusion of churches.
This is tho latest : "Do you wear
a pad?" "No, but my cousiu's dad,
whose health was bad, over since ho
was a lad, he wears a pad. Isn't it
sad?" "Yes, egad."-Vauderbilt Ob
Celery boiled in milk and eaten
with the milk served as a beverago is
said to bo a cuio for rheumatism, gout
aud a specific iu cases of smallpox.
Nervous people find comfort in celery.
A Quaker's advico to his ton on his.
wedding day : "When theo weut a
courting I told theo to keep thy eyea
wido open. Now that theo is married
Ltell theo to keop them half shut."
Of the disasters at sea last year, 09
vessels were etrauded, 40 fouudered, 7
burned, 11 missing, 0 abandoned, 2
sunk by ice, 1 broko iu two aud was
destroyed by explosion.
Lighten the burden of life, Uilke tucceaa
certain, and. yqur calculations accurate, by
ualng Drown' Iron IlitNra. It strengthen
mind and body,
. Tho following is a portion of a pa
per read beforo n Medical Society In
Cincinnati, by a distinguished Physi
cian: "Soventy-flvo per cent, of tho
rcvaccinntions wcro successful, and
nearly 00 per cent, took, with all tho
constitutional disturbances, somo even
greater than a primary vaccination,
thereby indicating that tho primary
vaccination had not been sufficient to
thoroughly Infect them and protect
them fr6m smallpox had they been ex
posed to it. My observations as a
practitioner of medicine for full 20
years confirms tho truth of the above
record, and forces mo to tho conclusion
that our American physicians, as a
rule, do not introduce sufficient vac
cine virus into tho arms of their pa
tients. Thoy make but one insertion
usually, and while it is possible to
make ono insertion largo enough to
givo complete infection, nevertheless
full 00 per cent, of their vaccinations
aro so insufficient as to give but little
protection. This is an astounding
statement, and, if true, should arouse
tho profession aud lead them to revac
ciuato their patients at onco.
Tho rule has been that after vacci
nation has been performed in infancy,
it should bo repeated after the estab
lishment of puberty say from twolve
to sixteen years of age, and again
about middle lifo. A good rule will
be for every person to bo revacciuated
soon after they have grown into man
hood or womanhood, and then at least
onco during the p revalence oi every
epidemic to which they may bo ex
posed." a m
a Clock Made op Bread. Milan
has a curiosity in a clock which is
made entirely of bread.. The maker
is a Peruvian, a native of India, and
ho has devoted threo years of his time
to tho construction of this curiosity,
Ho was very poor and, being without
means to purchaso the necessary met
al, deprived himself regularly of his
daily bread, which he devoted to the
construction of his curiosity, eating
tho crust and saving the soft part for
doing his work. He made use ot a
certain salt to solidify his material,
and when the various pieces, were
dry, they wero perfectly hard and in
soluble to water. Tho clock is of re
spectable size, and goes well. The
case, which is also hardened bread,
displays great talent iu design and
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So microscopically perfect is the
watch making machinery now in use,
that screws aro cut with nearly 600
threads to the inch though the finest
used in the watch has 250. The
threads aro invisible to tho naked eye,
and is takes 144,000 of the screws to
weigh a pound, their value being six
pounds ot pure gold.
A man in Paris advertised for a do-'
mestic who was neat. There came to
him a man with bluo spectacles.
"Your eyesight is bad," suggested tho
gentleman. "No," replied the appli
cant, "not at all ; but I clean silver
ware till it shines so brightly that I
am obliged to wear glasses to protect
A little bay, whose parents fre
quently moved from one bouse to an
other, was asked by the teacher:
"Why did tho Israelites move out of
Egypt ?" "Because they couldn't pay
their rent, I reckon," was tho reply.
There is one beauty about tho Amer
ican jury system. If the jurors don't
hang tho murderers they usually hang
themselves, and that is protty nearly as
good, nuly it isn't permanent enough.
Bloomington (.III.) Eyt.
Tho Louisvillo Commercial (Rep.)
says: "It was the moat orderly Dam
ociatic Convention ever held in the
State, and tho gentlemen who were
prepared with big speeches wcro
"Isn't this turkey very thiu ?" ask
ed the lady. "No madam," replied
the truthful denier, "it's not thin.
What you mistake ihr bones aro its
corsets. It is a henturkoy, you
A Philadelphia manufacturer says:
"Wo sell large quantities of oleomar
garine to farmers in bulk. Tnoy t-ke
it home, stamp It, briug it to market
and sell it as their owu production."
"You are weak," said a woman to
her son who was remonstrating against
her marrying again. "Yes, mother,"
he replied, "I am so weak that I can't
go a stepfather."
Tho crying baby at tho public
meetiug is liko a good suggestion; it
ought to be carriod out.
11 m a a a
TIia man wlin wpnl in WftrV ivtlll R
will must have been a lawyer. I
FALL Hi 11 OF 1881.
Notice to the People of Stanford and Vicinity..- .
Ill AVE J i;8T IlEc It VEI) ANI OPENED
THE CHOICEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT ON!
it haa ln a!ttte-l wllh fra, anil rnmprlwa the bml In Ilia tntrtet. You will Sail aiMTlhtnr Ult
a Ural-rlaia Merchant Tailor ought to liata. Th atock comprUra
CIoIIih, ('HHvhiirroH, DlHRniiHlmuiil 11 r.Hrgo Nrlccllnn of Went
(till from UittllCHi.MiiiiiiriiclnrlcM or France HiiUlinglRHil.
I.AMr HUT NOT LEAST, A BPIXNDI!) MNF. OFTIUMMINQS.
Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
Thankful for paat farora, I lior, br atrlct attMiUon to tmnlneM, to merit eontlnnanca of tha tana.
It. C. KWMMBY.
F. STUKENBORGr & BBO.,
Manufacturers and Dealera In A ! Irnli of
Parlor Suits, &c.
No. O Hiitl 11 rust I'varl .Street,
YOU WILL AVE 10 TO IS IT.lt CENT. ON A
bill of (ooila at our liouao.
French Drawing Case Seta,
Marble-Top with Larue Glass,
Ate-15, ?50, $00, 875 & Upwards.
Bureau Bets, 820, 825, 830 and up.
Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces, '
Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry,
At 830, S35, 8 10, 850 A Upwards.
Visitors to our city are respectful
ly invited to call and see our stock
of goods, whetherthey wish to pur
chase or not
HEMEMOnit THE PLACE,
Aim. It A. II i:nt I'rnrl .St., l.oivrr Mhle,
Ncarftnln, Ciiicliinntl, Ohio,
JOHN OX3C03FLCJ3E3C cte OO..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Stal Music, Mi, and .11 Kinds of Musical Kerchndise,
NO. 66 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O.
Grand PIANOS, Square PlAWOib, and Upright PIANOS,
In Rosewood, Satin wood, Mahogony, French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, in
elegant designs to correspond with any style of Furniture.
Elegant Parlor Organs, ChaDel Organs, Church Organs,
With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most beau
tiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured
in reed Instruments.
Wo invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock, of
PIANOS and ORGANS, and our unequaled facilities for furnishing
the best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in'
larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our
PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than Bome hous
es doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. Wo have reached lower
prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee
all instruments as represented. Wo sell on easy monthly or quarterly pay
ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may
bo returned at our expense. We solicit correspondence with persons desir
ing to purchase, and take pleasuro in answering all inquiries.
JOHN CHURCH & CO.
GEO. D. WEAREN,
STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE,
Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and. other Seeds,
.f-- "i . 'fw--'g?
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(ii-ulu Drill, Cnrii-riuulcrx, Milky IMowm,
UullUittorH, Harrows, 4 oru-.NhellerH,
Mt'UH-'iittcrN. llHy-l'ri'ksvH, Tbreh-
liiU MiU'hiiiCH HUd EiiKlHt'tfi
And other Implements and Machinery.
for cash, in car-load lots, and oouteauentlv obtain the lareest disoouat and
lowest rates of freigbt. Oar motto is t
the Best is always the Cheapest." Hespectfully,
GEO. D. WEAREN, Staafoid.Ky. ' W
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