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VOLUME X.-NUMJ3EJI 510.
STANFOltD, KY., FJUDAY. JANUARY 27, 1882
NEW SERIES-NUMBER 12.
W. P. WALTON,
Editor and Proprietor.
SUIISCKMTION, $2.50 l'KK ANNUM,
iNVAKIAIIt.Y IN AllVANCH.
Thl Young Man Beginning Butintu.
An eventful tiny It la Tor tlio yVitth
who begins tn work fur his own li v
ing. Tho (lays of school or collego
are over, ami tlio toll oi bookstudy is
to Ixi oxchanged for tlio steady em
ployment of storo or office or factory.
For months or years tho young man
lias liecn looking forward to this day,
pcrlinjie with fearful anticipation, per
haps with high ambition. It is tho
critical timo of his wholo career. On
tho way jfi which ho begins busiucts
depends much of his failure or success
for munhood. If ho has liccn n pot
ted hoy with plenty of leisure timo
and holiday enjoyment, tho lifo on
which ho now enters present somo
features which nro in lively contrast
witlrhis past experience.
Perhaps tho boy has gone to Iks
with a sharp ami grasping employer,
who wil work him from seven or
eight in tho morning until well into
the evening hours, giving htm only a
very few dollars a week for his cr
vice. Common fame says that thero
aro such meu in tho world and that
so mo of thorn expect an underpaid
and overworked boy to render as
much scrvico as an ablo-bodied and
fairly-paid man. Perhaps it ii bo
can so such men know how it was in
their own boyhood, when they did
hard work for poor pay, that thoy
, want to lako it out of tho boys ofth o
1 present generation and teach them to
.'.liear burdens. It is an unpleasant
experienco for a young man to licar
burdens which aro too heavy or too
hard. Vet it fits him for olhor bur
dens which ho must bear during man
hood. No lxxly who is of nny no
count over got along without bearing
somo burdens and cmluring many dis
ragrceablo things. Tlio moro clearly
V.tho young man understands this when
ho sets out on his business career tho
surer is his road to prosperity.
Thero aro lioys and young inou who
aro beginning business who think that
because their pay is small their work
is of littlo importance. Therefore
they crform their duties in u slipshod
i manner, caring littlo as to whether
they givo satisfaction or not. A
youth who thus conducts himself
stands in the way of his own advance
ment. He has a very narrow view of
tho possibilities in store for him in
tho coming years. He who has a
keen eyo to tho futuro will look
sharply and closely to the interests of
his employer, for in doing so ho is re
'ga'nling his own. Tho lad who is
prompt, accurate, jwlito and trust
worthy has a good show for advance
ment almost anywhere, for thero are
plenty of careless aud lazy fellows who
will always be found standiug nsido so
that ho can march past them. Phil
It is twilight. Tho faithful dog
sits by tho gardoti gate, waiting for
somebody. Thero is a business look
iu his oyo, which the deepening dark
ness conceals. Who cau ho bo wait
ing for? Over tho fields gayly skips
tho happy lover. Ho has a pint of
peanuts and a pack ago of caramels
for Iary. So lightly ho moves nlong
that his feet seem scarcely to touch
tho daisy dotted turf. Ho sings its ho
" Tin love, 'tis lovo that makes tho
world go round."
A heart that feels liko this, is tat
ter than riches. Observo tho gate
again. It it thero, but tho faithful
dog is not. His fidelity has been re
warded. Tho ground isliltorcd with
peanuts and caramels and shreds of
pantaloons, and tho stars look down
aud wink just as thoy did at tho
Chaldean shepherds. "Never sell u
good dog to 11 sausage manufacturer."
Tho Parisiaus have found out how
to mako fulso eyelashes. Wo do not
speak of tho vulgar aud well-known
Mrick of darkening the rim around tho
eyo with all kiuds of dirty composi
tions or tho moro artistic plan of do
ing so to tho insido of tho lid. No,
thoy uctually draw n fino uccdlo
threaded with dark hair through tho
skin of tho oyclids,formiug long loops,
and after tho process is over (I am
5 told it is 11 painless one) a splendid
dark fringo veils tho coquette's eyes."
Jlarpcr's Weekly has nn articlo 011
"Animals That Fish." StraugcJy
I enough, it noglec
ects to mention tho
However, wo havo
110 V. l now.
An Arkantat Romance,
Homo timo ago n .Miss Wnmpton, n
beautiful young lady, and n wealthy
young farmer named Ilocklon, wcro
married. Tho young lady would not
havo been termed a "happy bride."
8I10 had uovcr loved Hockton, and
only married him to pleaso a widow
ed mother. "1 will obey you," said
tho girl, "hut I do not oven liko Mr.
Hockton. Thero is nothing iu sym
pathy between us. Ho is wealthy;
but whilo poverty always brings mis
ery, yet wealth docs not always bring
happiness. You know that lam de
voted to Tom Itoscmond, and that ho
is devoted to me; but if you, as my
mother, command mo, I will obey,
even though the cflort cost mo my lifo
as well as my happiness."
Tho ceremony was performed. Iloso
moud, who would havo been tho
girl's choice, left tho neighborhood.
Hockton and his wife began keeping
house. Six months afterwards Rosa
mond returned and sent Mrs. Kock
ton a note, begging an intcrviow. Sho
showed tho nolo and her answer of
refusal to her husband. Ho kissed
her as a reward ot fidelity. Hocktou
was taken sick with swamp fever, and
when about to dio ho said:
"You havo been a faithful wife.
Nino women out of ten would havo
run nway long ago. I havo nlways
known that you loved Hosemoud. I
have scut for him. I want you to
marry him lmforo I die, so that I can
sco the ceremony."
"That would not bo legal," answer
ed tho wife, "for I cannot marry an
other man so long as you aro living."
"Well, but I want him hero, so I
can sco that tho ceremony is perform
ed immediately after I am dead."
Itoscmond and a preacher wcro
tent for. They arrived. Hockton
gasped and motioned. The tnarringo
party approached the bed. Ilockton
placed tho bauds of tho lovers togeth
er, gusped and died. Tho preacher
raised his hand, and the lovers wcro
married. Little Hock Gazette.
Tho Marion county (Ga.) Argiu
tells of a young woman teaching
school iu Marion county, and who has
a man forty years of ago attending
tho school. Ho missed his lessons,
whereupon tho femiuino teacher an
nounced her intention of opening tho
pores of tho skiu with aswitch,to seo if
she could learn him something in that
way. Ho flatly declared that he
would not lako a whipping and would
quit school first. Finally she left it
to a voto of tho scholars as to whether
sho should whip him. Tho young
sters wcro unanimously in favor of
war. Tho young woman then gath
ercd tho bearded scholar by the collar, I
mid to his utter nstonisbmont gavo
him a sound thrashing. IIo is now
disgusted with tho school business,
aud beliovos the wholo thing a farce.
Texas is tho healthioit country in
tho world. Wo recently camo across
aSau Antonio paper, inwhich it was
staled, in ai many words, that "tho
remains of n man killed forty years
ago, wcro discovered ploughing in
Central Garden." In no other Stato
aud iu no other city in tho Stato, is
tho air so salubrious that tho remains
of a man, killed forty years before
can bosccn ploughing. Tho attention
of iuvalids is called to this astonish
ing ovidenco of tho salubrious.'quality
of San Antonio ntmosphere. Tex
"Thero aro my three other daugh
ters; you can tako your pick; this is
tho best I can do," said un honest cit
izen oi Scranlon, Penn., tho other
day, to n young mnii who appeared at
what ho supposed was to bo his own
wedding just iu timo to see his be
loved married to another man. Tho
generous oficr was accepted in tho
spirit in which it was mado, and tho
youngest of tho three remaining sis
ters was promptly chosen and marri
ed ou tho spot.
A breach of promiso cuso in very
likely to bo heard in tho Berks couuty
(Penn.) courts, which will present
novel grounds for action. Tho plain
till was a good looking girl when tho
engagement was made. Two years
of courtship passed. Then tho small
pox disfigured her face, mid tho do
fcudaut declined to marry her. IIo
claims, in view of her deterioration in
personal appcuranco sinoo he mado
the promise, ho is not iu law or honor
bound to keep it.
Tho following ludicrous senteuco
is tho result of a compositor's erron
eous punctuaton ; "Ctujur entered up
on his head, his hoi met upon his feot,
armed sandals upoii his brow, a
cloud In his right hand, his faithful
sword iu his oyo, an angry glare.
Marcum to McHenry.
Col. T. I). Marcum, editor of the
Kentucky Democrat, who was n gal
lant Federal soldier during tho Into
war, thus responds to tho letter of Col.
"Wo publish to-doy a letter from
Col. J. II. MoIIcnry, which appeared
in tho Louisvillo Commercial of tho
1-1 th inst. Wo trust cro this our
friend Col. MoIIcnry has oooled off,
and will retract nu utterance evident
ly mado when ho was a littlo off.
Such n course- on tho part of Col.
McIIonry is moro to lx regretted by
Democrats who wcro Union soldiers
than thoso who wcro opposed to them.
Wo feel authorized to soy for that
clas of Domocrnts in Eastern Ken
tucky that they did not nffiliato with
tho Democratic party at tho closo of
tho war for its spoils, but because thoy
believed it to bo tho party of constitu
tional liberty, guaranteeing equal
rights to all and cxclusivo privileges
to none. Thoy nro Democrats be
cause they helicvo Democracy is
right; because its great cardinal prin
ciples aro thoso upon which the per
petuity of a Republican form of Gov
ernment depends. Therefore, they
aro Democrats from principle, nnd
not for placo or profit, except such
profit as every citizen shares from
faithful administration ot public af
fairs, which has over been the mission
of tho Democratic party. Wo say for
tho bent-fit of Col. McIIenry and tho
Commercial, that if they undertake to
get up a fide show for tho Republican
menagerio of Kentucky, they will re
ceive no patronago from the bluo coat
Democrats of tho mountains. Wo
want no "Maboncs" in tho Demo
cratic party of Kentucky."
Cartels should Ikj invariably put
nbovo tho knee, aud not liclow; n
woman who puts her garters below
tho knee is not worthy to live. Gar
ters sliould bo as elegant as if every
body could seo them. As regards
theso elegant questions, whilo asking
pardon, if my remarks aro considered
indiscreet, I will quote tho reply of a
Marquise of tho old regime to one of
her friends, who expressed astonish
ment when sho heard her order a pair
of diamond garter buckles. "What
is tho good oi spending money on
things that are never seen?" asked the
friend. "Who kuows?" replied the
Marquise, "one is always iu danger of
meeting an insolent fellow!" By
somo funny man.
To Cleanse tiik Tketii. A good
way to cleanso tho teeth is to dip tho
brush iu water, rub it over genuine
whilo caslile soap, then dip in prepar
ed chalk. A lady says : "1 have
been complimented upon tho white
ness of ray teeth, which wcro original
ly anything but white. I havo used
tho soap constantly for two or threo
years, and the chalk for the lost year
There is no danger of scratching tho
teeth, as the chalk is prepared, but
with a good still brush aud the soap, it
is as effectual us soap and gaud ou .a
m m m
He was a Frenchman, and he was
searching for a certain pond ; coming
across a countryman ho inquired the
direction. "Well," says thecountryj
man, "you go along right as you're
going till you cotno to two roads, nnd
then turu right to tho loft aud you
will bo all right. Be careful and not
turn to tho right; if you do you'll get
left," Then tho Frenchmau was
glad ho found out abjut it, aud mut
tered something about tlio expressivo
force of tho English language.
Tho last appearance in this country
of tho great Washington comedian,
Guiteau, preparatory to his departure
to fill nu engagement at the Satanic
Theater, Ingersolltown, will probably
bo announced this week. Upon that
occasion tho aluii "Standing room On
ly" will doubtless bo out, and for tho
star thero will not bo even "standing
room." IIo may bo nhlo to hang on
by his chin, as many bad actors aro
Clara Belle says : "My opinion i
that a brido cm in no way moro sure
ly keep her husband charmed than by
tidily, freshly and stylishly faoitig him
every morning across tho table." This
is a very simple preventative for tho
growing diflercuco so often noticed,
aud oiio that no woman ought to lies
itato to test, since tho husband must
boar the oxpenco of her freshness ami
Thero is a Chicago girl who has
becu dyiug for tho hist two years,
living, as it were, withouo foot in tho
grave. Tho physicians have hopes,
howover. Thoyeay sho can't get tho
other foot in no room. St. Louis
papers pleaso copy.
Tiomat ft. Walton.
Wo copy tho following from the
Richmond (Va.) Christian Advocate:
Died, nt his residence, in Hanover
county, Virginia, November fith, '81,
TnojtAH Ritciiii: Wai.tov, in tho
fifty-ninth year of his age.
Brother Walton stood high in his
community as one possessed of great
worth of character and of truo relig
ious integrity. Ho had been a stow
ard in his Church for moro than
twenty-five years, and his heart and
homo were nlways open to welcome
and entertain his brethren, and all
tho plans for the promotion of his Re
deemer's causo found in him a warm
supporter. He had been in feeble
health for many years, with sufferings
most Intense, and had been awaiting
his end with an anxious willingness
that amounted at times to almost im
patience. A short timo before his
demiso ho received intelligence of the
death of his daughter-in-law in Ken
tucky, and, in sympathy with his
son, ho exclaimed, "Poor Thomas,"
bqt added, "I will soon be withIag
gio." His own summons did come
shortly after. Ho has seen "the
door open and heard a voice saying,
Come up hither' " and ho has enter
ed in, and with prophets, priests, and
kings, joins in the chorus, Holy, ho
ly, Lord God of Isiael.
Tho indecision of a Kansas City
girl as to which of two lovers to marry
lasted until tho wedding day. She
was deeply in love with both, she said,
and found it difficult to reject either.
When ono got a chance to see her
alono sho would accept him ; but when
the other secured a liko opportunity
to impress her sho would change her
mind. Both suitors procured mar
riago licenses, aud agreed to bring
her to a final test by ippcaring to
gether before her. This was done,
and she gave preference to a bartender
over a baker. Sho consoled tho re
jected suitor,' however, with a kiss, and
he is to continue a dweller iu tho
boarding house she keeps.
The lace rufllcs which Attorney
General Brewster wears at his wrists
set of! a remarkable handsome pair of
hands which are in strange contrast
with tho painfully scarred faco. These
aro honorable scars he wears, since
they were got when he was a child iu
saving the lifo of his little sister. Her
apron caught fire on tho nursery
hearth, and the boy, hardly more
than a baby himself, rushed, to her
and pressed out the firo, saving her at
a fearful cost to himself. '
"You may talk about Gainsbor
ough hats," said an old theater-goer
yesterday, "but I'd rather tako my
chances behind one of those monstros
ities than to be just back of the man
with a head that goes away up from
his shoulders and shuts out the entire
stage. I loit tho wholo performance
tho other night when I got behind a
head of that sort."
The contest of the future will be be
tween tho aggregated wealth of the
country on one side aud the people on
the other. There is no hope of over
throwing tho Republican party until
that is made the issue. And by ag
gregated wealth, I raeau the corpora
tions, the National banks, and all that
favors tho moneyed power. Hon.
An afternoon paper says a promi
nent member of Congress has figured
tho costuf running the Houso at 823
a minute. Probably no one has ever
thought how many festive members
indulgo in $23 and also 8500 speeches.
Every objection, interjection and move
I mado iu tho Houso alono costs at tho
rate of 823 a minute.
A London newspaper says that
short houcynioonss aro in fashion now.
Some brides are coutcuted with three
days' retirement. A few extend the
period to a week. A wholo month is
hopelessly old-tashioiied. No ouo
thinks of such n thing in thoso fast,
During tho year 1870-80 there wero
exported from Now Orleans 0,000,000
gallons of "puroolivo oll,"oxtracted
from cotton seed, of which eighty
eight per cent, was sent to Mediter
ranean ports. Halt of this amount
went to Italy, the homo of tho genu
"Tho truth always pays iu the end"
is au old saying, and that is the rea
son probably why there is so little of
it told ut the beginning of any business
transaction. Bomervillo Journal.
Why is a vaiu young lady liko a
confirmed druukurd? llocauso noither
of them are satisfied with a moderate
use of tho glass.
Sho flirted with an Actor.
The sequel to a one day's acquain
tanceship with a flirting variety actor
has proved disastrous to a Canton,
Ohio, girl, and brought shame nnd
disgraco upon her parents and rela
tives as well as herself. The girl is a
pctito brunette, with a handsome face,
tho daughter of well-to-do parents,
and whoso reputation has been good.
About three montii'J ago an actor be
longing to a company which exhibited
hero flirted with the girl and mado nu
unmistakablo mash. IIo left with tho
company only to begin an endearing
correspondence, which ended iu a pro
posal of marriage. The girl consent
ed, and was to meet her to-be husband
in Mount Vernon, whero the company
recently exhibited. With this inten
tion sho stolo away from homo about
a week ago, leaving her anxious pa
rents no explanation of her sudden
departure. Whether he failed to
meet her at Mount Vernon, or met
her only to blast her hopes by desert'
loir her, is not known. But no mar
riage took place, and tho deluded girl,
ashamed to retgrn to her home, was,
when last seen and heard from, work
ing as a servant girl iu Akron for a
The word "Renaissance" now so of
ten quoted meaus second birth, a com
ing to lifo again, regeneration, roniov
al. It is applied in literature to the
revival of classical learning and the
fine arts that began in Italy in the
Tho man who begins the new year
by stopping his paper to economize,
is like the man who slops a broken
window light with his Sunday hat,
rather than buy a ten cent window
Tbti It a lialdcn ill forlorn I
She would not luarry Ilia bei. .nan born,
Hut on all litr neighbor. ihe made reflection;,
Whilo ill twilled her kitr In many aectlona.
Fatheii is Getting Well. My dangli
ten aay, "How much better father i since
lie iifed Hop Hiltera " He i gettlnj; well
after hi lone suffering from a diteata de
clared Incurable, ami we are so glad that
he uaed Tour Hitters. A lady In Kochea
ter, N. Y.-tUtica Herald.
Tho Davis Sowing Machino
And Carries off the Highest Number of
An J li acknowledged iurlor to all other Ma
chine!. Thejudfciiay In their report.- -That
III riecullar leeJ motion enablea It to aew rarloui
kludaof fabrlca that cau not b will wwed on
machine! hatlog an uuder feed." And the awirJ
to the Datli Ii the onlj- one in which the luperl
orltr of ona machine oeer another la In any way
recvgnlied oretpreued blhejurj- In any of Ihelr
The unlforultr of lenjtu of atlch on all alndi
of labrlca wai romeded br the Jurjr aa worlbjrof
peclal mention, and tbt.a threo report! fully
demon-Irate that the Datli Vertical K.ed Bewlnj
Machine Ii the belt, and with It can be produced
the greateit Tarletjr and moat perfect work, with
thegraatnl eiieofaujr machine In the worlJ.
uaroKT ok awaiiDi-toaii 121.
International Cotton Eipoiltlon, Atlanta, (la.,
Dec! I, 1831. Award to the Datli Sew lug Ma
Entrjr 1488 The Daeli Sewing Machine Com-
panr Ii worllir of mention lor Ita peculiar feed
motion, which gleea It ipeclal value for aewlng
Tirloui klndi of fabrlca that cannot be ao well
aewed on machine! hating the umlerfoed.
Signed JiueiS. Atwooo,
Ukokoe II. IIlklocii,
Approied: II. I. Kiuuill, Director Oenerat.
UKOUI-MO. 15 CHM179-KNTRY HO. 14149.
Troducl, Davla Sewing Machine work. Name
and adilreu ofexhibllor, Davla Sewing Macu Ina
Coujiienr. Watertown, New York! The under-
algned hating examined the product! herein do
acrlbed, re pciilullr rerommenil the lame to the
Executive Committee of the International Culton
Kipoillluu lor award for the following rejiuui,
8pecliueiuof worlmauiblp on general and line
work. Kmbroblerv with chenille and alia ferr
artlitic ludeilgn, and well executed through au
attachment to the machine, bpeclal atteullou li
called t) uulfomltr In Itugtli of illicit on all
fabric!, rrgirdleu ol thlckneuof material. A
Sne diiplar tuade ol tpecluicna of quilling oil
illk, dreuei. cuiblom, capee, diagonal aud
tralgbt ihlrrlug on tilt with putting uiue.
Special attention i called to M Iu Nellie A. Hard,
ClerelinJ, O , for prouclencr In embroider work
ou the Datli Machine.
(ifcoaua I. Til .ma, Committee.
Approved: II. I. KiuuiLL, Director (leneral.
Ult0.'r XO. S5-CHH1 179-tXTKT no. 1ISJ.
Product, ipecliueui of tewlug machine work.
Name and addreaa ofexhibllor, Davli Sewing Ma
chine Compaur, Walertowu, N. Y. The under
lined having examined the prudurli herelu de
acrlbed, rKlfully reoiuuiend the aamc tu the
executive committee ol the Iulcrnatlonal Cotton
lijpoiltlou for award, lor the following reuioui,
Uulfuruillv of illtcblng ou all work ibown.
(lreat variety of work. Artlitic Uile and iklll In
Special attention li called to the embroidery
work doue by Mlai Nellie A. Hardy ou the Davli
machine with attachment Uxo. I.Tuouaa,
Approved I II. I. Kimball, Dlrettor General.
HALE & NUNNELLEY, Agents,
Sraaioiu, Kr, Vuku U
I GROCERIES, HARDWARE, tO.
FALL A! WINTER OF
Notice to the People of Stanford and Vicinity.
I IIAVnjI'ST UKCKtVEI) AND OPENED
THE CHOICEST STOCK
II haa been axlccted with fare, and comprint the brat In th market You will And averrlhlng that
a flrit-claia Merchant Tailor ought to hire. Th iloek comprlm
ClotliM, OitHslnicrcH, DlitKoiiiilnitiuI ii J.nrRo Selection of Worn
IciIh from tlio Ilcst .WiintirjirtoticH of France mill EuglHiitl.
LAST HUT NOT LEAST, A SPLENDID LINE OK TMMMINllS.
Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
Thankful for put favora, 1 bop, by itrlct attention to bmlneM, to tnerlt a continuant ot th aaai.
M. C. KUM.EY.
F. STUKENBORG fc BRO.,
Manufacturer! and Dealeri In A Indi of
Parlor Suits, &c.
Xoo. O and 11 E(int l'cnrl Street,
YOU WILL SAVE 10 TO IS l'EU CENT. ON A
bill of good at our houae.
French DrcssingCaso SeU,
Marblo-Top with Largo Glass,
At 845, 850, SCO, 875 a Upwards.
Bureau Sets, 820, 825, 830 and up.
Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces,
Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry,
At 830, 835, 840, 850 a Upwards.
Visitors to our city aro respectful
ly invited to call and see our stock
of goods, whetherthey wish to pur
chase or not.
REMEMHKIl THE PLACE,
Noh. OA II Ent I'mrl M., Loner Mill-,
Nritr Mnlit, C'lncliiiinll, Ohio,
JOHN OHTJULCJEC cfc OO..
wiiolesali: AND nETAtl. DEALERS in
PIANOS AND ORGANS
M Music, Soota, a:l all Kinds cf Musicil HerchsiliH.
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Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs,
With one Manual, with two Manuals and Podals, containing the most beau
titul, powerlul auu usetul combinations ever procured
in reed Instruments.
Wo invite the public attentiou to our large nnd well selected stock oi
PIANOS and ORGANS, nnd our unequaled facilities for furnbhing
the. best claw of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in
larger quantities than any other bouse in this city. The expense of our
PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some bous
es doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower
prices than havo beeu tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantoe
all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly pay
ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may
be returned at our expense. We solicit correspondence with persons desir
ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries.
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GEO. D. WEAREN,
STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE,
Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds,
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NtrHW-CuttorM. IIuy-1'rcHMCM, T
And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Mnufaotuters.
direct, for cash, in car-load lots, and consequently obtain the largest dueoant and
lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t "First-class Goods at Reasonable Prices
the BcBt is always the Cheapest." Respectfully,
GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanfoid.Xy.
W. Ii. WITIIKIWt C1M.KSJ WILLIAMS,
Manager Uucaiter Deiwt. Maaegere Iluitouvllle Pefrt.
EVER BROUGHT ON I
French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, iu
with any stylo nt L' urmture.
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