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Friday Morning, February 17, 1882
W. P. WALTON.
. . . . EDITOR
A Washisotoh correspondent has
interviewed llio ofllca seekers from
Kentucky on tho Jacobs candidacy
for tho Court of Appeals, and tlicy
all say in subsianco thatilioy arofor
tho man who woro tho blue Colonel
Faulkner, of Garrard, who is there
trying. forn Marihalsbip, says: "I
arnwaysiB iavorof a union soldier
ovecja confederate. ' That's tho feel
ing of all republicans, and on tho rule
f judging other peoplo by themselves,
they attrihulo a like feeling to tho
democrat who fought for tho lost
cause. But tho truo democrat is
above that. Ho judges a man's qual
ifications by his actions of tho past,
and not by, tho clothes ho worotwonty
It is said that thcro aro grave
grounds for impeachment against the
Supremo Court of Tennessee Tho
decision against tho act compromising
the debt of the State at 3-pcr-ccnt. in
terest, is charged as not only being
contrary to law, but that it was made
rand given out in advance of its for
mal announcement, to bo used for
stock jobbing purposes. It is just as
liko as not that the charges aro true.
The peoplo havo lost their confidence
in the integrity and uprightness of
judges since tho infamous decision in
the Electoral Commission.
Tun Glasgow Times talks horse senso
liko this: "It is about time to aban
don the declaration that Kentucky's
honor is bound up in tlio' payment of
the expenses 'of tho military expedi
tion to Yorktown. Gov. Black
burn's plcdgo that the Stale would
meet any reasonable expenditure, was
altogether gratuitous. He had no
more authority to pledge tho credit of
the Stale than the coroner of Green
up,county. All schemes which fore
stall (he action ot tho people, should
bif effectually squelched.
-Judoe Hikes, of the Appellate
Bench, is health-seeking in Florida.
Tho Legislature should pass a law at
its present session to prevent anyone
hereafter from running for Appellate
Judge, who does not present a doctors
certificate that he is aound in wind,
.Hmb jind-so forth, and who does not
sign an obligation that the public's
business snail' have precedence over
hUxwirprivate affairs. If they will
do this, a Superior Court wdl never
bo thought of again.
Since- a number of children of a
public school in Montreal weio dis
covered with mustard plasters on va
rious portions of their bodies, as a
punishment for breaking the rules, a
society for tho prevention of cruelty
to children has been formed. Tho
originator.aud .champion user of the
abovelnovel mode of punishment, is a
jToraan, wno was very prompuy snoi
from her position.
The Ow'ensboro Pott in speaking of
county attorneys, very truly says that
a proper discharge of the duties of
their office demands the best order" of
legal talent. That officer is called on
to represent thejiscal interests ot tho
county and. also the Commonwealth
in the most important criminal cases.
In so doiBg he must qontend with the
best lawyers at the bar.
Those who paid $10 to 825 for tick
ets to hear Fatti sing at tho Cincinna
ti Opera Festival, aro likely to fail to
get even a glimpse ot tho famous,
though naughty prima donna. She
has a little Boro throat; that is, sho
says sho has, but tho ticket holders
don't believe it, and think that a bird
that can, and .wont sing, ought to be
To Governor Blackburn's abuso of
the pardoning power is attributed the
flood of crimo that is now deluging
tho State, from one end to tho other.
He is tho friend that stands betwoeu
tho criminals and danger, and ho has
never yet beeu known to go back on
one, when in distress.
Buniininou nnstrers Duke in an
other of his tamo effusions. Tho old
butcher is well awaro that all that is
said against him by Confederates
strengthens him with tho administra
tion, and he therefore courts abuse
from that quarter.
A Petition 0,000 feet long asking
tho abolishmeut of tho unjust two-ccnt-stnmp-tax
on bank checks has
been presented to Congress. It is
thought that the tax will bo repealed
during the present session.
The Louisville Commercial ceases
givingtbe Jacobites tally long enough
to rago like aheathen over the proposed
new apportionment bill. Wesuppogo
its wants, but pshaw, it don't know
itself what it docs waut.
Thkiu: arottrong evidence, of an
approaching panjo in, thoLIsTew York
Tun Now York Sun warns tho re
publican parly m follow'': "The sub
sidy and loot policy was tried talwccn
I860 and 1874, and it Worked des
truction on its promoters. It over
threw tho republican majority in both
Houses of Congress. It elected a
democratic president in 1870. Sccor
Ilobcson invito tho republican party,
with such democrats in Congress m
aro disposed to fall into line, to re
turn to tho methods and purposes of
Grantism. Tho very appearanco of
this man's impudent faco, still flushed
fed with tho stolen wino of the old
debauches, ought to shame tho repub
lican leaders' back into their sMs."
i i m i i i
The Tammany members of the
Now York Legislature have gone
squarely over to the republicans, and
now if tho democratic party has tho
back-bono to kick John Kelly clean
out of it, it will savo time, trouble
and principle." Honoring tho old
traitor, nnd allowing Tildcn to tako a
back scat instead of giving him the
Presidential nomination in 18S0, very
probably lost ui tho last election.
Tun Agricultural and Mechanical
Collego at Lexington was 'dedicated
Wednesday, the wholo legislature
leaving their business to attend. Wa
tcrson made a capital speech; aud so
did several others, whilo quite a num
ber of others got drunk. Tho spread
cost tho city of Lexington many a
dollar which would have been better
applied in remodeling her topple down
Senators Riddleberger and Smith
had somo hot words in n debate in
the Virginia Legislature, Tuesday,
and for a while the palo face of the
moon was o'ercastwitli blood, but
friends interfered and tho threatened
duel was prevented, much to the dis
gust ofthoso who would liko to see a
couple of repudiators blow each oth
er's brains out. '
IT is said that Ur. btanuitoru is
willing to have Gubernatorial houors
thrust upon him. He is a level-headed
man, and would fill tho office admira
bly, but he'll have to drop tho title of
"Doctor" if ho wants office in this
State. Dr. Blackburn has sickened
the peoplo out on Doctors.
The Louisville Commercial puts
the conundrum: "Does not the desire
to establish a Superior Court carry
with it .the inferenco that our Court
of Appeals is perhaps an" inferior sort
of a Court?" It fo, sir.it do for a
Action of Democratic Committee.
Some dihatUfaction having been ex
preyed at the change of the voting place
from Turnersville to McKlnney, a meeting
of the Committee was called, when It wa
ordered that the former action be rescind
ed and that the vole at the approaching
primary election be taken at the usual
place In Turnersville. By order of the
Committee. W. O. Welch, Chra'n.
The Legislature wa not in session
Wednesday, having gone in a body to eat
Lexington' bribe for the continuance;.of
the unconstitutional tax for the A. and'M.
Senator Blaln had hla bill to give W.
Q. Dunn, of Garrard, an 18-year-old mi
nor, the right to transact business in his
own name, passed by the Senate, notwith
standing the committee had reported ad
versely on it.
A bill U being diacuned in (he House
to give Circuit Clerk' 20 per cent, or the
fine and forfeiture which may hereaf
ter be paid by virtue of any judgment in
favor of the Commonwealth in their re
A resolution to request our Senators
and Representatives in Congret to have a
law passed to give the State one-sixth of
all the revenue derived from tax on whis
ky and other liquors, to be used for Com
mon School purposes, ia before the House.
A bill was offered In the Senate yes
terday to put .Trustee of the Jury Fund
in all other counties on a par with that of
ficer In Jefferson county by increasing
their commissions from three to five per
cent , but the Senate wisely took the short
er cut by reducing the commission of the
latter office froui'fivo to three per cent.
The House passed a bill which will
make it a little harder for aspiring youths
and others to obtain license to practice
law. It provide that the applicant mutt
have a certificate from the county court
that he ha studied law for two years; that
he la it man of probity, honesty, and good
chiracter, and he la then to appear before
a board apoiiiled by the circuit court for
examination; nnd If ald board p&we u li
on hi capacity, the circuit clerk I to issue
hi license. He is to pay the clerk $10
for hi license, and at llieend-of six
month the clerk it to pay all of said fee
over to the examiners fur their benefit.)
NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS.
Vennor says tlil week will close with
a big, general snow storm.
Wild geeei'e are going north, which
indicate that cold weather 1 over.
Jacob Qeawrt, ex-Chief of the Cin
cinnati police, shut hi head oil' yesterday.
The Ohio House has passed a bill pro
hibiting the killing of quail In that Slate
Mr, (laifield very emphatically de
lies that she lua ever petitioned the Pres
ident lo pardon the assassin of her hus
band. Seven of the prlstuier routined In the
Ml, Rierlingjil) made their escape night
before last by cutting tlnougli two thick
neoites of plank and riAovIng'bricl In the
There In decided nle in ilia Cotton
market, occioned "hf Ike .recent lifary
incline, In price.
Flee men wero run orer anil killed ly
train In tunnel of the IUItlmorn sml
The President ha nominated John O.
New, editor of the Imllanapoll Jonrnnljot
KMinlant Secretary of the Tremury.
Tin Grand Jurr of ItanoTer county,
Va., la InvcMtpaling the recent duel fought
there between Wiw nnd lllddleharRer.
A cotirl-niarllal for the trial of Ser
geant Mason, who tliot at the aatn (Jul
lean, fa to meet in Washington on the 20th
Lexington wa fineil $."00 In the tir
cult Court for permitting the obtrnetlon
of- llroadway itrcet by noisy and disorder
ly crdwdi.T ." V
The IToiim (onimlltee on Agriculture
reported a hill to crea'.e a new executive
department' to be known aa the Depart
ment of Agriculture
Fire thousand people attended the
opening night of the opera festival In Cin
cinnati. Patli wi rick on the second
night and did not appear.
-riie' Riddleiergerllll repudiating thir
teen millions of dollars of Virginia' hon
eat debt, lias been signed scaled and deliv
ered aa the law of that State.
It la reported among Senators that
Senator Ren. Hill is Iringlow In Philadel
phia, his illness hating been brought on
by the list Operation on Ida mouth.
Representative Carlisle has Introduc
ed a bill in Congress for the reduction of
the tax ori. whisky to fifty cents per gallon,
anJ for removing all limit to the bonded
An eight-year old boy diet! at Point
St. Charles, Canada, from excessive use of
liquor. The Coroner' jury brought in a
verdict of willful murder agalnt the per
rons who gave him the liquor.
At Raleigh, N. 0., yesterday, while
Eldridge Make and a man named Peebles,
both while, were carrying Henry Jones, a
negro cattle thief to a Magistrate for trial,
Jones shot and kilted IHakn and escaped.
' ASfe.a VersiilleY Sunday night de
strayed three business houses owned by L.
AVooldridge, Governor Thomas II. Porter,
Mr. M, CL Turner, and the dwelling of
Miss Susie SubletL Los about ten thous
and dollars; insurance $5,100.
The "Wlllard Hotel Lottery Drawing
ha been again postponed. This time the
excuse i that the Court of Appeals has
not decided the legality of the lottery
grant. Persons holding ticket will noon
be raising a howl about these everlasting
Gen. Buell and Col. Polk Johnson
would not lo a bad gubernatorial team.
How many papers in Western Kentucky
will unite with that ticket 1 It will be the
blendingof the "blue and the gray'' and
ill give a Western Kentucky man the
first place on the ticket. South Kentuck
ian. The Supreme Court of Tennessee hav
ing declared the fundirg bill unconstitu
tional solely because the coupons were
made receivable for taxes for ninety-nine
year, the Tunding Hoard has applied to
the court to so amend the decree as to per
mit the funding without the tax coiion
Gov. Cornell of Xew York, has pro
claimed the town of Greenwood, Steuben
county, in a state of insurrection. The
trouble i the Greenwoodilei want to re
pudiate $SO,000 of bond they subscribed
to a railroad, which they claim, was never
built. They have armed themselves and
have been actively resisting the payment
of interest with shot gun.
Tammany has gone over to the repub
licans in both house of the Legislature.
Johnson, republican, wa elected clerk by
the help of Tammany. In the Senate Mr.
Potts called up his resolution to vest the
appointment of committee in the Lieuten
ant Goveinor. The three Tammany Sen
ators voted with the republicans and ad
opted the resolution, and the Lieutenant
Governor will now njijiolnt the standing
Col. Thooiai Liureo Jones, in a letter
to the Suulh Kcntudian, very effectively
dispose of all objection to hi conduct at
the late Frankfort convention. He wa
not a delegate at all, and never sought to
influence the delegate from Campbell and
Kenton counties. He i a digniGed gen
tlemen always And doe the fair lliinc
everywhere. The people do not exactly '
belong to the office-seeker or office-holder, I
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mc nt:v rauw lur uuyernor. luwenauoro ;
It is reportid that the Wavs and'
.Means Committee will recommend a re
duction in internal revenue taxation to an
amount aggregating f 80,000,000. Thia re
sult it ia propped to attain by reducing
the tax on whisky and tobacco, and by
abolishing the tax on bank checks, match
e and proprietary articles. The appro
priation fur the support of the Govern
ment for the next year will be $135,000,
000, exclusive of pensions, which may be
estimated at $00,000,000, and of interest on
public debt, which may be eatluialed at
$CO,000,000-In all $'J55,000,000,
I). A. Baughiold $900 worth of qut
shingle last week.
Kid. Joseph Ilallou preached a very
interesting discourse at Mt. Morlah, last
Died, Imt week, leonard, son of W.
O. Wall. Hit remain were deposited at
the M. K. Church.
Mrs. Walls, mother of K. (1. Wall,
returned from Kansas a ihoit time ago
L. 1. Ilaugh lit been visiting at this place
during the past week.
Win. Young, of College Hill, Ky.,ha
sold hi mill and properly, and will soon
leave hi native Slate and move to Texas,
instead of going lo Kubank Station, Ky.
11. 1'. Youni: and John Dull have
formed a partnership in the good busi
ness at this place. II. V. Young went to
Louisville last week lo purchaiie their
stock. . '
It. it. Hagau Hold a horse a few days
ago to W. It. Cook, for $1.50. Adam Pet
rey told hi farm on liuck Creek, a few
days ago to a Laurel county man, for
$150 cash. ' ""
The wholwalo valaoof oysters sold
annually in Boston is $70.1,000, in
Now York, 82,758,000, and in Phil
Two lives were not lost, but saved,
by n railroad accident at NoKicom
crstown, Ohio. A freight car was
smashed by a collision, and in it were
found two men inscnsiblo from cold.
Thoy had sneaked in for n frco ride,
tho door had been locked, nnd, as they
lay near tho roof on somo cotton bales,
without room to movo their hmls,
n trait t at ani tari-xti lil horn lrilli"wl thAni
iiiLiit n miu nuuivi av nin mvm
if they had not by chanco been dis
covered. "Yes," ho said to his confidential
friend, "I am engaged to her and I
rajipoK I ought to bo content aud
happy, uut romenow 1 am worried
about a former attachment of hers.
There's that infernal blackguard,
Jones, who;-" -Why, bless my
soul I You stupid fellow, sho hates
hifn lilrn tvimnn. nt vna. I lrnntv I
that's what troubles me Sho hates
him too, bitterly not to havo loved
An old toper offered his 10-year-old
boy a now nickle if ho would fetch
him a dark bottlo that stood in the
. sw I'v w va - w f A msivh
corner of tho pantry shelf, without
1119 UlUbUVI B UlSVAJCIIlJg li. .LUC lull
secured tho prizo and was making ofT
with it, when his mother suddenly
yelled: "What havo you got in that
bottle, Johnny?" "I don't know,"
answered the innocent boy; "it's la
beled tomato sauco, but it smells just
We aro in receipt of some beauti
fully executed chromo-lithographic
teed packets from D. Landkhth &
sons, ot riulauelphia, too pioneer
becdraen of this continent. I lie ar
tistic desicna and coloring are so truo
to nature and superior to the ordinary
.illustrations as to bo beyond compart-
son. But tho merit of illustration is
not the most important feature; tis
the contents of the packets, and the
quality of their Seeds has been proved
by tests extending up to a century.
Their Almanac and Ceitaloguo is tho
best yet, and should be in every coun
try house-hold. It is mailed, post
paid, to all who apply for it.
Dr. C. It. Agnew, writing from
iMonua, says: In this state a some
what new problem presents itself, in
tho fact that all houses should be con
structed without cellars, and so raised
on underpinning as to allow a clean
sweep of light and air beneath them.
Indeed it is a question whether such a
mode ot construction should not
adopted everywhere lor dwellings.
' havo for more than twenty years be -
Iievcd that cellar atmosphere is a most , ot it; wnicn simpiy means inai n pop
prolific cause of disease and death. 1 1 ular lie shall tako tho place of an of
bclicvo that it increases seventy-fivo fensive truth. Under pretense of
per centum the risk from malarial dis-i winning the cultured intellects of the
ease all over our country. Through 1 age, "tho wisdom ot words" has grad
this State the nitivo population, as ' ually landed us in a denial of those
by an instinct, raise their simple cab-' first principles for which tho martyrs
ins three or four feet above tho ground, died. Apologies for the gospel, in
and allow air and light to pervade the i which tho essence of it is couceded to
spaco so made beneath the ground tho unbeliever, aro worse than infidel
floor. I advise all travelers to avoid ity. I hate tho defeuso of tho gospel
those hotels nnd other domiciles in ' which raises it to the ground to pre
the South which are not so construct-1 servo it from destruction. O. H.
ed. ' Spurgeon.
F. STUKENBORG & BRO.,
Manufacturers nj Dealeis In A" KloJs of
Parlor Suits, &c.
Aoh. O anil 11 East Pearl .Street,
YOU WIIX SAVE 10 TO IS PEU CENT. ON X
Mil of goods St our bouse.
French Dressiug-Caso Sets,
Marble-Top with Largo Glass,
At 845, $50, SG0, $75 & Upwards.
Bureau Sets, $20, $25, $30 and up.
Parlor Suits, Seveu Pieces,
Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry,
At 830, $35, $ 10, $50 4 Upwards.
Visitors to our city are respectful
ly invited to call and see onr stock
of goods, whetherthey wish to pur -chase
ItEMEMREll THE PLACE.
I Koi.1: II t:l VrnrlNI.
WrHr il(U- c,lielllll, ,,
Han a big lot of
The Original and Only
With Sluplnt: I.niulHlde.
BE'W jA. 3R.3E3
UK bUltK AND
GET TIIK GENUINE.
None claim to havo a bet
Tlielr only aim Im to niakoHM
gooil a one. llewaro ol all
Mieli liuilalloiiH. New (hut
OIlver'M niiiiiu Ih en thu
beiini, iih Hone oilieru are
"The ten plagues of n newspaper
ofllco aro tares, poets, cranks, rats,
cockroaches, typographical error, ex
change fiends, book canvassers, delin
quent subscribers, and tho man who
always knows how to run tho paper
better than the editor doca himself;
A Denver iiowspnpcr has libel suits
on band nnioiintins to 811,000,000.
Peoplo havo an exaggerated idea of
wealth or newspapers, and somo ono
should explain to tho men who havo
brought thesn suit thnt it would 1)0
t UA..M.I. mIIuI l.Mlf ll.al amnllttl
Hlni3JlllllU HI l-lllll-Vfc IIHIi IIIHI HIIIUM.1.
from any editor in Denver.
A snowlmll stopped an elopement
in Louisville It was thrown by a
bo in tho street, knocking off tho
hat of tho driver of the carrlago in
which the runaway counlo were ridiuc
to n railroad station, and thui causing
juu coougn uc.ay , , ieni
tllC l,n-, Thu hindered, they were
caught and separated by tho girls
AN Aoko SlUNrn. Jno. Mounts,
n fino looking man, eighty years old,
was discharged from the Penitentiary
yesterday upon expiration of his sixth
sentciico here. Besides this, he has
served two terms in tho Kentucky
Stale prison nnd ono in iho West Vir
ginia Penitentiary. With timo spent
in jail no calculates mat no nns oecn
behind tho bars an aggregate of forty
four years, more than half his life.
Ohio State Journal.
A Tkkmdndoub Cow. Probably
tho largest cow in the world is owned
by Martin S. Stokes, of Creyvllle,
Waite county, Ills. She is soven years
old and weighs 3,000 pounds, 17
hands high, 10 feet long from the
end of nose to the end of tho buttock,
17 feet from the end of tho nose to
the end of the tail, 8 feet 9 inches
around tho girth, 3G inches around the
forearm, and 31 inches across the hip
She has been exhibited in four States,
'Illinois. Indiana, Missouri and Ten-
ncssce. She is whito and red, mostly
the latter, well formed, and a perfect
beauty; has two fino calves, oue three
years old and the other three months
old. She was raised in Posey county,
Indiaua. Cyntbiana News.
Too often the "wisdom of words'
explains tho uospel away. It is pos-
I sibio lo refine a doctrine till tho very
soul of it is gone; you may draw such
nice distinctions that tho truo mean
ing is filtered away. Certain divines
tell us that they must adapt tho truth
to the advance of the age, which
means that they must murder it and
flinE its dead lxxly to the docs. It u
asserted that the advanced philosophy
I of tho nineteenth century requires a
! progressive theology to keep abreast
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Tlt i this oppirt inlly of litntlnf hit polront In SUnf irJ tnj vitln Ir tit IVIr lltxrsl tuiptl, ml
hoiMitortUIn II.' lit h. I lil (! A st-1t sflo t thlmrlrln ttiotunn, lofirt tltrllrJ
ttrr.tnl II .
Comprise Everything that is New,
Kiomthalitileft'ortUtiMtten Tbiy w I beclt ami maAiln artl-eUu il . Ills iutllt lt:
To Ktel " Ciitllnf ami lltpalrlnii nftlly tn.l ircnip(lr dons
'1'IiInNcw .Mill, fonlHlnliiK the latent hiicI
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY
For inaiiufHcliirliiR nionl hhi! flour Ik how In full epcrnlleu.
Wc will Krlml for ciiNtoiiicr, fur tlio prcNCHl, en THcndHj-, lVeel
ucMliiy, Tlmrxiliiy, rrlalitjHiul flaturtlH-ofcArli wrck, hhI en
C'oiirl-I)Hj h mill till oilier public iIhjk. IVc hoIIcII n liberal Hhnro
of pnlroiiHEUHiul will cmlrnvor leKlTcciillroMHturHcllMii.
Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstufT, &c,
AlwHjMoti Itniiil anil fornHlc. IIIkIk'"! thmIi price pnlil far Cam,
H'lifal, Vr. rlern HT( at Mill promptly utlciiileil te.
MATTINGLY, McALISTKIt & CO.
lk .SJD CD T1V
IIiiTcJtiMt rccclviMl mill will keep eoimlHiilly on lianil a fresh
lino or tlio eholecNt
All or wis It'll llicy will
Soil at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin.
They are aUe hrciiIn for the hhIc of MaflliiKlyM Mipcrler
HRCiitN for the hhIc of" NatlliiKly'M
lVoelcn ClooiN unci YnriiH.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
' PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
Books &Stationery,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY,
Furo Winos and Liquors for Modicul Purposes. Proscrip
tions accuratoly compounded. Wo havo also a largo
and wo!l soloctod stock of Watches and Jowolry, which
wo proposo to sell at loss than city prices. Watches and
Jowolry Hopairod and Wan anted.
FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING !
B. K. WEAKEN,
main .Street, - Stanford, Ky.
I have bought out my brother, II. II. Wearcn,
ami will continue the Furniture and Undertaking
business at tho same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel
building. I will keep a full slock of Furniture ol ev
ery description and sell at figures that cannot be beat
en. My stock of Collins and Ciiskets will be compre
hensive. Shrouds and ltobcs always on hand. I also
repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work.
B. K. WEAKEN.
Opposite the Court-House.
They Invito You to Call and See tliom Whether You
Wish to uy Anything or Not.
.rOHCIST CHURCH cfc
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PIANOS AND ORGANS
Stal Music, hh, iai all Kinds cf Huiicil Htrchniist,
NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S r CINCINNATI, O.
Grand PIANOS, Squaro PlANUS, aud Upright PIANOS,
III Kosowootl, Satinwwxl, Muhogony, French Walnut ami Kbonizeri Cases, lu
elrgaut deigns l corresiwnl with uny stylo o Furniture.
Elegant Parlor Organs, Ghaool Organs, Church Organs,
With ono Manual, with two Manuals ami Pixlali, containing the iiiont Ik'uu-
tiful, owerful and useful cxiiuliltiatioua over procured
in reed IiistruineutM.
We invite the public attention to our largo aud well selected stock ol
PIANOS and OllGANS, nnd our unualed facilities for furnishing
tho beat clam of instruments ut low rated. We purchase for net cash in
larger miantiliea than auv other house in thia citv. The exneuso of our
PIANO and ORGAN Department ia fur leas thau somo hous
es doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower
prices than havo been tendered by any dealers in thia market, nnd guarantee
all instruments as represented. Wo bcII on easy monthly or quarterly pay
ments, aud any instrument tukeu on trial, not proving as represented, way
bo returned at our expense. We solicit correspondence with person desir
ing to purchaso, and tako plcaiuro in nnsweriut; all inquiries.
JOHN CHURCH & CO.
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