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JSQLJJIE X.-NUMBER 510.
STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 31, 1882.
NEW SERIES-NUMBER 13.
9emt - Beetli
W. P. WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor.
T. R. WALTON, - - . Business Manager.
SnscKfmoN.jia.so I'iik Annum,
Invakiaiilv in Advanck.
Runaway matches munlijr nttrnct
much attention, nnd oxcilo pretty
warm controversy. Young pooplo
nro npt to sympathize with ttio young
couple, nml apeak of their proceeding
as "very romantic." Thero if a young
lady in one of Sheridan' comedies
who wai griovouily disapointcd in
leing allowed to mnrry her lover in
tho regular way, in her own parish
church, with tho usual rctinuo of
bridesmaids nnd friends. It seemed
terribly flat and commonplaco, com
pared with tho getting down a ladder
Into tho garden, climbing a wall, nnd
posting nwny to Scotland with four
horses on tho full gallop.
Wo nil liko to seo nnd hear of
Bomgthing spirited nnd gallant. A
yminglnvcr, alt ardor and dovotion,
rescuing a Iwautiful girl from n cruel
tyrant of an uncle, who has locked
her up ou bread and water for six
weeks, is a figuro wo nro pleased to
dwell upon in novels. In real life,
too, thero have been such catcs, nnd
somo ruimwa matches have resulted
in great happiness to nil concerned.
It remains a fact,' however, that a
runrriago U which good pnrcntt dclib
erately object is not likely to turn out
happily. Parents aro more likely to
judgo tho matter wisely than their
immature) and iucxericuced child.
Thej know what mnrriago is, nnd
they know ujwn what conditions hap
piness in it detrcnds. Thov know how
it nil looks when tho honeymoon is
over, and the romantic pair settle
down to tho unroinautic duties of
paying rent, goiug to market, nnd
making a limited sum per nnnum
supply illimitnblo wants, and yet hist
twelve calendar mouths.
It is a sad thing for cither a daugh
ter or a son to leave their childhood's
home, never more pcrhaiM to returu,
without tho sanction and tho blessing
of those who gavo them life and nur
ture. Goats to I'kotect 8iii:ih -Tho
farmers of Hunterdon and Somerset
counties, New Jersey, use goats to
protect their sheep from dogs. Two
goals can drive away a dozen dogs,
and twewiro about nil each fanner puts
In with his sheep. As soon ns a dog
enters tho field at night, tho goats nt
tack him, and their buttiug propen
sities nro too much for tho canine, who
'soon finds himselt rolling over nnd
over. A few repetitions of this treat
ment causes tho dog to quit tho field,
limping nnd yelling. Formerly, when
a dog entered n sheep field ut night,
tho sheep would run wildly n round
uad cry pitcously. - Siuco tho gonts
hnvo been tiaed to guard them, they
form in lino behind tho goats and
, seem to enjoy tho fun. Tho idea of
titilizing'gonts in this way camo from
tho West, where thoy aro put iu sheep
pens to drivonway wolves. N. Y.
tiuiu ' M
Mabonio. Tho Musonio Grand
Lodge of Kentucky at its last session
adopted tho following resolution :
"All unaffiliated Masons, who shall
huvo remained to for u period of 12
months after they demit front their
respective lodges, shall bo .divestod of
tho following rights, viz: Tho right of
Musonio burial, tho right to walk in
Masonic processions, and tho right to
visit any one lodgo more than thrco
times. All Masons unaffiliated ut
the adoption of this resolution, shall
, havb' 12'. mouths, in which to afliliato
-with somo JoJgo.''
Many of tho llobokcu women ob
ject to baring their arms in public.
Ono young woman positively declined
to roll up her sloevo. She told Dr.
Alters to cut it over tho spot on which
he wished to apply- tho vaccine mat
ter. Sho wore' snow and oxpeusivo
dress, and ho remonstrated with her,
but to uo purpose. "Gut it," tho said,
"cut it," Ho finally ripped tho ttcaiu
and performedtho operation'- fNow
A breeder of poultry says : "Every
spring I procure a quantity . of cedur
houghs aud scatter them plentifully iu
and' around tho heu house. This is
all that is necessary, ns the odor of ce
dar keeps nwny tho lico."
Forty year experience has ttiuped
public approval on Ajcr't Cherry Pector
al, the tuost reliable of all remedied fur.
Throat' or Cheit disease. Iti continued
and .Increasing popularity U conclusive
evldaricn of Its superior curative qualities.
Why tht Parson Left Kentucky.
A good nmny .years ago, when a
certain placo in Texas was n very
small town, quito n number of prom
incut citizens went out on n hunting
expedition. Ono night, when thoy
were nil gathered around tho camp
fire, ono of tho parly suggested that
each man should givo tho timo nnd
reason for his leaving his nalivo Stato
nnd coming to Texas, whereupon each
ono in turn told his experience Judgo
Wank had killed a man in self-defence,
in Arkansnw, Gen. Soandso,
had forged another man's signature to
a check, whilo another camo to Toxas
on nccount of his having two wives.
Tho only man who did not mako any
diiclosurcs was n sanctimonious-looking
old man, who, although n profes
sional gambler, was usually called
"Well, Parson, why did you lcavo
"I don't caro to say anything about
It. Besides, it was only n triflo. None
of you would believe mo nnyhow."
"Out with ill Did you thootnny
body?" "No, gentlemen, I did not. Since
you want to know so bad, I'll tell
you. I left Kentucky because I did
not build a church."
Deep tilenco fell ou tho group. No
such excuso for coming to Texas over
had been heard of before. Thero was
evidently an unexplained mystery at
tho bottom of it. Tho "Parson was
called ou to furnish moro light.
"Well, gentlemen, you seo a con
gregation raised 83,000" mid turned it
over to mo to build n church and I
didn't build tho church. That's all."
Joe, a monkey at tho London 'Zoo,
could never bo got back into bis cage
when onco ho was allowed his liberty
outside. Hut ho had one weakness
that of curiosity and tho keeper,
looking down a dark hole, attracted
tho attention of tho monkey, who
lowly approached him to find out the
cnuso of tho investigation. Sudden
ly tho keeper would start back
aud tho monkey's courage, deserting
him, he flew to tho shelter of his cage,
when tho door would bo shut. This
trick was successfully played on him
every time, month after month, ho
never seeming to learn it. Another
monkey, "Miss Jenny," that camo
from India, nnd parted her hair iu
the middle, smoked real tobacco, and
would snatch a half-smoked cigar from
a visitor aud finish it. Sho would al
so hold a bottle of nlo with her hind
foot aud take long draughts between
tho pulls of smoke.
An institution to which tho doath
of Gen. Garfield has made n pcrccp-
tiblodiflcrcnco is the Christian or
Campbcllito Church of Washington.
From n position of relative obscurity,
it was suddenly lifted to national fame,
as being tho church which tho Presi
dent cllect attended ; but now it hears
moro inquiries made for the church
whera President Arthur worships.
Still it cannot complain. Its paitor,
with raro promptness, utilized tho
election of Gen. Garfield at onco in
asking subscriptions for n now edifice,
and they poured iu from all quarters
to tho extent of $30,000. Although
afterward tho flow of funds was check
ed, of course, enough hail been secur
ed to build a good church. Tho mor
al of making hay while tho sun shines
is sufficiently obvious. N. Y, Sun.
Sho wanted to test his affection, so
picking up tho revolver and putting
her eyo to tho muzzle, she said, inno
cently : "I wonder if it's loaded ?"
"Oh, don't 1" ho exclaimed, with man
ifest agitation. It satisfied her that
ho loved her, und sho asked,' indiffer
ently : "Why not?" "llecause," ho
answered, "I've got houso rent to pay
noxt month, and a funeral would em
m m a .
Let no ono suppose that by acting n
good part through life ho will cscapo
scandal. Thero will bo thoso oven
who hate him for tho very qualities
that'ought to procuro esteem. Thero
aro somo folks in tho world who nro
not williug that others should bo bet
ter than thomselves.
A Hint in Season. A coat of
gum copal varnish applied to tho soles
of boots and shoes, nnd repeated as it
dries until tho pores aro filled aud tho
surface shines liko polished mahoga
ny, will make the solo waterproof, and
it lasts thrco times louger.
Tbero aro somo mou in tho world,
who, if salvation wero selling at elov
ten cents a yard, would ask for half
a yard and thou try to beat tho bill
down to fivo cents. Steubenvillo
A Simple Remedy told to Curt Smallpox
ana Scarlet rerer.
At tho timo of tho smallpox scare,
iu 1872, when Boston was w sorely
afllicted, n rccipo for n remedy was
twice published in tho Hartford Times
and some ono In Boston obtained a
copy accompanied by a letter from
tho editor, who stated that thero were
peoplo in Hartford who could vouch
for its efficiency. It was said that a
person who tried it in Ohio in a caso
of confluent smallpox, where tho doc
tor had littlo hope, found that it saved
tho patient's life. Other cases were
then tried, and every ono was success
ful. Tho remedy was said to bo
equally suro in scarlet fever, nnd to
prevent or euro tho smallpox, evon
though tho pittings were filling. Tho
rccipo was ns follows :
Sulphate of zinc, ono grain; fox
glovo (digitalis), ono grain; half n
teaspoonful of sugar; when thorough
ly mixed add four ounces wator. Take
a spoonful overy hour. Either dis
caso will disappear iu twclvo hours.
For a child, smaller doses, according
Of this rccipo a physician said:
"When Jcnucr discovered cowpox in
England, tho world of scicuco hurled
an nvnluncho ot fnmo upon his head;
when tho mo.it scientific school of
medicine iu tiio world that of Paris
published this panacea for small
pox it parsed unheeded. It is ns un
failing us futo, and conquer in every
instance. It is harmless when tukcu
by well persons. It is remarkable
that this remedy should not lo inoroi
widely known if it is what is claimed.
Tho Enormous Manufacture of Matches.
Some idea of tho sizo of tho match
trado may lw gained by n glance nt
tho figures paid for stamp. Tho Gov
ernment exacts n revenue of ono cent
per hundred on matches manufactur
ed. During tho year ending May,
1881, ono company paid for stamps
8,500,000. This year tho amount
paid will Iw increased 850",000. There
aro two hundred matched iu a box;
the tax is two ccnU, thoy are gold to
the grocer for thrco cents, and retail-
ed at five. Four million fivo hundred
thousand dollars represent -155,000,-000
ono ccut stamps. As each stamp
represents 100 matches the grand to
tal manufactured is -15,500,000,000
or 277,500,000 five-cent boxes.
Tun Pardon Mili Tho latest
pardon granted by tho tender-hearted
old Governor of Kentucky shows moro
conclusively than ever his utter disre
gard of the judgments of the courts
in criminal cases. Last Spring in
Scott county, Mack Salvers shot and
instantly killed his brother-in-law,
John Bonucll. It was considered a
willful murder, and Salycrs was com
mitted to jail without bail. Governor
Blackburn has just pardoned Salvers
without n trial. With the constantly
recurring interference with tho course
of justice by executive clemency, is it
to bo wondered at that frightful crimes
aro on tho increase in Kentucky ?
Covington Common wealth.
Tho babble of an iufunt is no more
nor loss than speech; it is not mcniure
nnd yet it is n song; n murmur that
began iu heaven and will not finish
on earth; it commenced befora human
birth, nnd will coutinuo in tho sphero
boyond? Theso lisping aro tho echo
of. Theso bcautilul thoughts end
with n referenco to Jones' Teething
Syrup,- which wo omit. Texas Sift-
Emma Abbott is very bashful. Sho
didn't want her arm spoiled, so sho
poked her leg through u hole in n
board partition and gavo no name,
and" to' this diiy the physician who
vaccinated her thinks it was tho leg
of somo thin littlo girl. Newport
"Thero is but ono good wito iu thix
town!" said a clcrgymiu iu tliocourso
of his sermon tho congregation looked
expectant and every married mau
thinks he's got her," added tho min
ister.,. A Michigan girl' tried to commit
sulcido by swallowing thirty six shirt
buttons. Fortunately her digestion
mistook them for rnilwiiy rostauraut
beans and sho was saved.
Ouo-half ounce of salt to tho pound
of butter is tho rule formatting adopt
ed by tho makers of tho most celebra
ted lump butter, which always sells
for a fancy prico.
Ida Lewis has saved two members
ot a brass band from drowning. Ida's
popularity is rapidly decreasing bIuco
this rash act.
The uioit sacred obligation U the mar
riage contract. The moat aacreil duty U
to maintain one's health. The beat intJt
cine la Drown' Iron Hitters,
It is natural for man to brag. And
frequently tho less ho has to brag over
tho more bragging ho will do. Tho
most trifling Incidents are sufficient to
keep somo men bragging nil thoir
Wo onco know n man whom Henry
Clay kicked out of his way, nnd tho
fellow bragging of it nil tho rest of
his days, nnd ho wns proud (o bo In
troduced "ns tho mnn Henry of tho
Men brag over things that never
happened, though they repeat it so
often that they como to belie vo it
themselves. It has been estimated
that it would require n vessel liko tho
Great Eastern to carry nil tho people
clniming to have been on Fulton's
first steamboat when it mado its trial
Wo have oursclf shaken hands with
twenty-eight men each of whom
boosted that ho was tho first man to
walk across tho Niagara suspension
Tho woods aro full of men who aro
ready to swear thnt thoy wero stand
ing right alongside of General Grant
when ho said ho "would fight it out
on that lino if it took all Summer."
A Paducnh drummer tells us that
in his travels through Tennessee ho
found nn Enoch Ardeu, in ths person
of a man who had left his wife for a
trip, forty three years ngo, and only
returned a few days siuco to find his
wife bad long ago given him unfordcad
and had mnrried another man. For
tunately for tho wandorer however,
tho last husband had been ushered
into that "bourno from which no trav
eler returns" a few months back and
tho old man stepped iu and renewed
tho lovo and wedded happiness begun
as in younger days. Verily truth is
stranger thuu fictiou, nnd tho story
told in such beautiful lines by Eng
land's Poet Laureate is agaiti repeated
In realistic terms by tho above in
stance. fPnducah Enterprise.
. m m
Thero is nothing stingy or old maid
ish about a maternal alligator. When
tho old girl is ready to Increase tho
census, she just piles up from 150 to
200 eggs in a heap of mud and grass,
piled up like a haycock, and it takes
the center of the solar system a week
or two of hard 95 in-tho-shade work
to hatch out the'colony. But the sun
docs it, and when tho old girl informs
her mate that he has 172 more chil
dren to clotho and send to school, he
looks astonished' liko a man who has
just found an orphan asylum In n
clothes basket, aud shines along up
and down the shore doing his family
marketing wherever ho can find an
unwary dog, a young pig, or a bath
ing urchin. Even tho man who is
(struck with triplets, when ho wasn't
oven expecting twins, may bo grate
ful that ho isn't an alligator.
Tho salary steal of the Legislature
ought to forever politically damn ev
ery member who takes pay for the
two-weeks' recess. Tho people and
tho press should condemn this steal in
tho terms it deserves. The voting of
$5 per day to themselves while on a
big drunk at Atlanta, or spending tho
holidays at homo, is an outrago on
(he tax-payers of tho Commonwealth,
aud thoso members who participate
in tho steal should be sternly rebuked
by-their constituents, aud not oue of
them should ever bo elected to any
oflico within their gift. Madison
A Khodo Island man called a neigh
bor a "lantern-jawed cockroach!" A
suit for slander resulted, aud tho ju
ry returned as follows: "Not guilty
ou lantern-jawed, but way oil ou cock
roach, and wo find damages in tho
sum of ten cents."
Au Allan county young man pur
chased $50 worth of clothes for his ill
tended, aud then she refusod him.
Ho went after tho clothes, and when
ho returned said : "You can just bet
I stripped hor to her shirt."
"How mauy years have yoa been
dumb ?" sympathetically asked a gen
tleman of a beggar, who pretended to
be bereft of oncec'i. "Fivo years,
sir," replied the impostor, completely
taken oil his guard.
-- w avava-sa-s ...
Don't trouble yourself to strecth
your mouth auy wider," said n dentist
to a man who was'oxteudiug his jaw
frightfully, " as I intend to staud out
side of it to draw your tooth."
"You wouldn't tako a man's lost
cent for a cigar, would you?" "Cer
tainly I would." "Well, hero it is
then; givo mo the cigar."
i S m a !
No man ever looked on the dark
side of life without finding it.
Physical Value et Singing.
Singing is ono of tho healthiest ex
ercises In which men, women nnd
children can engage. The Medical
Woahentchrijl, of St. Petersburg, has
an articlo based upon exhaustive re
searches mado by Professor Monasseln
during tho Autumn of 1878, when ho
examined 222 singers ranging between
tho ages of nine and fifty three. Ho
laid chief weight upon the growth and
absolute circumicrcnco of the chest,
upon tho comparative relation of tho
latter to tho tallncss of tho subject,
and upon tho pneumalomctric nnd
spirometric condition ot tho singer.
It appears to bj an ascertained fact
from Dr. Monaseein's experiments
that tho relative, and even tho abso
lute, circumfcrenco of tho chest is
greater nraong singers than among
those who do not sing, nud that it in
creases with tho growth and ago of
tho singer. Tho professor oven says
that singing may be placed physically
as tho antithesis of drinking spiritu
ous liquors; tho latter hinders, while
tho former promotes.
a a i .
Not an Unnatural Mistake.
An Austin gentleman, who travels
a great deal, recently brought home,
ns n sample, one of the hard black
biscuits that aro put on the tables at
eating stations along the railroads.
The morning after his return homo he
heard a great hullabaloo iu the yard.
He went out and discovered that his
children had put the biscuit on the
ground, and had put a livo coal on
its back. Thoy thought it was a tur
tle. 1 m
Uncle Mose met Jim Webster on
Austin Avenue: "I heered bofe yer
parents was dead. What did yer git
from 'em?" asked Undo Mose. "Lem
me se," said Jim, pensively. "From
my fodder I'se got dese heah crooked
legs, and from my mudder I inherits
er weakness in do chist. Texas Sift
ings. Don't Diieasi. Sleep, to be moat re
freshing, should be ilreainleiw. Uae Ilrown'a
Iron lilt tern, and you will enjoy healthful,
dreamless slumber. It ttrengthens every
part of the body, and is very ooothlng in
its effect on the brain and nervous system.
It la the best medicine in the world, and
assists nature in removing all symptoms
of ill health.
Tho Davis Sowing Maohino
And Carries off the Highest Xurubcr of
And la acknowledged tuperlor to all other Ma
chines. ThoJuJici njr Id their report.- "That
ita peculiar feed motion enaMca ll to hi Tartous
k In Ji of fibrin that can not h will sewed on
machines bating an under feed." And the award
to the Davis la the on! one In which the superl
orltjrofone machine orer another li lnant wsjr
recugnlxed or expressed hy the Jury In anf of their
The uniformity of lenflhof all:h on all kinds
of lalrlca waa coueded tj the Jury aa worth of
special mention, and thew three reports fully
demonntrale that the Darla Vertical K ed Sowing
Machine It the beat, and with It can be produced
thegreatrtt rarleijr and most perfect work, with
thegrealrat eniecfanjr luaihlneln the world
aaroaT op avraaDS voau 121.
International Cotton Eipoaltlon, Atlanta, (la.,
Dec. Jl, ISSI. Award to the Darla Sewing Ma
Entry 1189 The Paris Eewlng Machine Com
pany la worthy of mention tor Ita iiecullar feod
motion, which glrea It special ralue for aewlng
rarlout klnda of fabrics that cannot lie aa well
Bowed on machluea having the unJerfoed.
Signed Jtuu8, Atwood,
(iKoanit U. llaaaii,
Approved: II. I. Km hall. Director General.
uaour no. 23 class 1?J kxtby xo. 1449.
Product, Davis Sewing Machine work. Name
aud address of oihlbltor, Davla Sewing Machlno
Company, Walertown, New York: The under
signed having examined the products herein de
scribed, re lnf ttully recommend the same to the
KsttutlveCoiuuiltteeof the International Cotton
i:ialtlun lor awsrd for tho following reatons,
Specimens of workuisiiaUIpon geueral aud line
work. Kmbroldery with iheiilll and silk very
artistic In design, snd well executed through au
attachment to the machine. Hneclat attention Is
islled ti uulfuiully Iu length of stitch on all
fabrics, regardless ol thickness of mslerlsl. A
fine display msde ol specimens ofqutlilugou
illk, dresses, eushtous, cspes, dtsgonat snd
straight shirring on silk with puffing ajiue.
Special atltntlou Is called to M Iu Nellie A. Hardy,
ClevtlauO ,for prolcleucy In embroidery work
ou the Davis Machine.
(IkusukI. Til mas, Committee.
Approved: II. I. Kiuuall, Director (leueral.
ugoiT no. U-cLast i;-Kir yo. HK'J.
Product, s(iecluieus of sewlug machine work.
Name and sddreu of exhibitor, Davis Sewlug Ma
chine Company, WalcrUiwu, N. V Tba under
signed having sxamtutd ths products herein de
scribed, respoctfully recoiuiuend the tame lo tho
executive coujuilltceol the luttruatlonsl Cotton
Exposition ft).- award, lor the following reasons,
Uulformlty of stitching ou all work showu.
(Ireat variety of work. Artlillc tatte aud akill Iu
Special attention It called to the embroidery
work done by Mlsa Nellie A. Hardy on the Davit
machine with sllachuieuU Oto. I.Tuouas,
Approved i II. I. Kimball, Director tlcuersl.
Koa cUlie Ut
HALE & NUNNELLEY, Agents,
Staxiosb, Kr., Dkaliu lx
QRO0ERIE8, HARDWARE, &C,
FALL AND WINTER OF 1881.
Notice to the People of
iiiAtr. jiaj nr.i r.i
U hu ln ivlftt. with care, nlrompr!ftfMhMit
a flntlaii Merchant Tailor ntiht
CIoIIih, OtHMlmcrcH, DlHKoiiulHiiiKln Lin-go Selection of Wore
tt'ilH from (Ho IICMt MiuiiiOirlurlcM or France and KiiRlantl.
I.A8T HOT NOT LEAST, A HI'I.KNDID I.1NE OF TRIMMINGS.
Cutting and Hepairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
Thankful for put favors, 1 hope, by strict attention to builn.w, to merit a continuant of the time.
II. C. 1MJ1MJBV.
F. STUKENBORG 6c BEO.,
Parlor Suits, &c.
Xos. 9 11 ml 11 EHt Pearl Strcvl,
YOU WIM. 8AVE 10 TO 15 1'Elt CUNT. ON A
LIU of ;oo!i at our houar.
French DresaingCaao SeU,
Marble-Top with Largo Glass,
At $15, 850, $G0, 875 a Upwards.
Bureau Bets, 820, $25, 830 and up.
I'arlor Suits, Seven Pieces,
Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry,
At 830, 835, 840850 a Upwards.
Visitors to onr city are respectful
ly invited to call and see our stock
of goods, whethertkey wish to pur
chase or not.
REMKMIir.lt Tin: w.ack.
Son. O A 11 Kiml CeiirlNI., Loner Mile,
Ncnr Jtllln, i'liirliiliilll, Ohio,
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In Rosewood, Satin wood, Mahogouy, French Walnut nnd Ebonized Cases, in
elegant designs to correspond with auy stylo oi Furniture.
Elegant Parlor Organs, OhaDel Organs, Church Organs,
With ono Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most beau
tiful, powerful aud usetul compulations ever procured
in reed Instruments.
We invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock, oi
PIANOS and ORGANS, and our unequaled facilities for furnishing
tho best class of instruments at low rates. Wo purchase for net cash , in
larger quantities than tiny other houso in this city. The expense of our
PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some hous
es doing exclusively n l'iano and Organ trade. Wo havo 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 tako pleasure in answering all inquiries.
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Cultivator, Harrow, CuriiShcllerH,
Ntraw-OuUerH, Ilay-l'rowti'H, '1 krci
And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusiTelv from Manufacturers,
direct, for cash, in car-load lots, aud consequently obtain the largest discount and
lowest rates of freight. Our motto is i "First-clast Goods a: Seasonable Prices
the Best is always the Cheapest." Respectfully,
GEO. D. WEAREN, Btanfoid.Ky.
W. I. U'lTIIKHS,
Manager LautatUr Depot.
Stanford and Vicinity.
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