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IT.IDAV, NOVEMRKR i 22. 171 t.st It in lilllf cntilmry di oir ncititmn of .... , , i.il. urht to tfive i mm-li form lilt o, but a riffht It turn to Hi- rxrctrl of n in Tww of tlie fiir-t thitt i'IIktu iJo it, w will srml T lK I.tTK M r Jot-RNi. to ill-l- sub- tc.ibcr. on the ri, of 12 f.r F0Ut uson iaonms-r im-n now an... January I..t, l"i I. i ill, .! will j;ive cliilw t!ie mine j l Imrgsina, I.e. nl ou imper until January 1st ' - 1374. to clubj of ten at II 75 eae .id. .e coVJ extra. To clul- of twen - ty at It 50, one extra copy. The mon- ey niiut alwayt" accompany the li--L Wo Will jpay Ag;ontS a liberal percentage, but no picture liooks. CoLl'MMA negroeii haveptnall-pox. a m Thcru are two frcji cam of imaU po. in Richmond. WooDroRU county year old cat. Scat his an eighteen Thk Kentucky LefrUlatura will awen. ble January 1, 1R73. 8n huntert iu Marion, county killed 237 birds iu one day. .4 A reverb earthquake ocrured in New Hampohire on the 18th int. . r m m The epixootic haa appeared in all the towns' of rfortheantern Kentucky. 0- .-T a" -Tim flrtWolume of the IJpnHw report fir 1870 wilL be ready fur dl.-triuu- ti in in a few duya. R 11. Kbllt haa been recently ap pointed TeDKlou Agent at Louiiville, vice OallagitL-r aaipcndod. Tue Intejt thing of the kind ii the death of rhinoceroa from epixootic in New York on lnt Hattirday. What next f A strange youn man named Fred Hamson, committod tuicide at Uanlatown Junction on the 11th inrt., by ihuoting liimaelf with a thot tnin. Borrow hail a I JOO.OOO fire on rJunday lust, and a $2.m),000 one on Wedoeaday. rwiut Louia' bij; fire on the I8(hiiut Leu nut leas tlmu e3U0,(KJ0. The iniurance linsea at Boston are ea- ti mated at 48, 172,300, and the addi tional Iokcs not insured at $40,000,000. Harvard Collie l.,t a.jC2,000. rn'TAi V. Bobbit, "the num akull of the mountain," hai at last iuc ceedud in inducing on Kentucky editor to publish hi miserable halderilaih. FrucEa in upper leather have advanced from teu to twenty per cent, and it is likely that a earner will be made in this staple. Sole leather will not advance. Francis Maxjard, the architect who designed the roof which bears his name, died in 1 000. Exchange. We doubt not that the Bwton folks wih he had never lived. No President, since the daya of Wa-h-iiigton, ha had an opportunity more Iu voralilo to distinguish his second aduiin is .ration, by iustitutiug civil service re I'lrmi, than President Uraut now has. The following stanxa is recommended to the Democracy by the Chicago 2W6 vnr: Aliiurl nf Grrl-r ? Knawhl 14 lui.ltilithi Uuili lavwa a Mr. 11 lb., tbr lkunk(iviiic Im : lirMU wja ftul abuul ut mm ! " Official returns are in from all the roiinties except Johnson in the Tenth Co!'reional District, which places Jno. D. Voting thus far 300 votes ahead. 'I his secures his election and an unbroken ( ou?re. Cnirier-JuttniiJ. Tui:epix iotie has broken out among fowls in several of the Eastern States. They are taken with staggering fits, a running at the beak, and bearine; all the symptoms of the epizootic. Death en sun in a few hours. No treatment haa ueu adopted. Ox Hjihlnv night a mob of seventy-five men lorc.xl the j iil at Blnndville, Ballard eiunty, took out a n'gro named lti.a Bnindon, c'lari' l witli rajie on a nvpect n'lo younj lady iu the vicinity, and hung 'hi n ti trci in the'outskirU of the town. Til nun repirtel thetuselvej as from I'linois. Till! Centruuiul Uiurd of Fiuaoe for Kentucky met in Ixiuuville Hatunlny ' nielli aud appoint! d" ugcuU to receive ulwcripliou of iotk. Our towuiiuisn, T. W. Varuou, waa elm tul chairmnu of the meeting. Our renders aill find the proceedings in an cllwr columu. (in ni.i.1 II. .iliiKEirrwiM has been di pped and tripvd of all his functions s a miuiiler iu tl.i'rrlYUiriiui church. Wine and aumeu have ruined many bet ter mid stronger men th-u i,iWt, and unh men grow suddeulv butur tlutn at prexut, many another of the same kind aill .llow (i. II. IL's example. i Several l'nuidi utial euudidatea have t.Vn worse brttteu tlmu (ireeley. In 1K.'I2, Henry ( luy only had 4'J voUis. Iu 1H40, Martiu Vau liurea, ruuuiug tor rJeo lion as I'miileiit, had but sixly vuUm. In 102, (i.n. WiuCcId Kcott had 42 voUsu lu IHS54. (ieii. McX'bllaii hid but 21. Mr. Cireeley's M will prolie be about 7 1. TOO lirftnt.FI tD W1XTY MII.I.IOMN. Wa clip tli Minting from statisti cal Jn'trnal of onr own ciiuiitrr, showing how much w Americans send to Pram I porlW( f JJori-rih-r 2, gira it the ful evT dcrtur, fur tha infl articl-a "f l,,win nanwa, an.1 btij It la Taiiualr ladi' Hit malarial, and jewelry : RhI it. During1 the last tm yearn, 1200,000,. OIKI, worth of Imli' tin malarial, and irwelrr. hum hrrn nt from Pari, ... -j.. I r ram, to the I nitod Plate, la adorn Amerinan women. Jitnl think ol it! Worn mi uf Amepcal Think of it, father, mother, hiiliantl, brol'ion., daVhtrr iilern, Ac, Tttrn- lart every year, rot our owni u , (trrign UmJ to pgre has dreo and jewelry for our women, Thii bring true, it it any wonder that the cry of "hard time" hmr.1 ' " '""'I- T00 "o"' ! XhM "r ,reh3"toi in I""- 1 that our binki upcnl that our citiei tn RM How murh good might be done with the multiplied million, were thii Taut sum left at home to build up srhools and colleges, ftctoriea, where thousands of looms and buy spinning wheels would sfllird employment to the starving, yet industrious thousands of our boys, girls, and young women f How many hun dmls of miles of railroad would this $000,000,000 hava built? To how many thousand tailoring men would the build ing of these miles of railroad given em ployment, had this awful sum of treas ure been kept at home? The idea is v-t one. The human mind can hardly grasp it The building of the great Pa cific railway oo't much less money, a railway which haa united, almost, two Continents. From ocean to ocean, a line of railway has been erected fur lots treasure, and yet we know that every ten years, our wife, daughter, and oth ers, expend enough money to build such a great thoroughfare. No wonder that the Emperor of France has been ena abled to build magnifrcont Fulace, around which hundreds of fountains play, no wonder that Napoleon the 1st and 2nd, could tax their subjects to the extent they did. No wonder that Taris is the finost city iu the world, and thai France has been able to pay her German wnr debt, without feeling the heavy and enormous loud. No other people have contributed so largely to the liqui dation of that war debt, a our own boasted free, progressive America. On ly the other day we read in a city journal that Theirs has sent au'llwr forty million of doltars, as an additional installment of that debt From whence did those millions come? t2C,000,000of the f 40,. OOO.OOO, came hut year from our own fair land, going into the coffers of French merchant, to the impoverishment of our own. When will ouY people learn econ omy? When will they learn to rely up on tneir own resources, and to keep these many millions of dollars within our own bounds? Will it require another terri ble war, or shall famine or pestilence, with their awfully humiliating curse, become ueccssary to the accomplishment of thecodsomuchdesired? Oodgrautthat we may learn the lesson in a fur less seri ous school, and may we learn that in economy alone can a nation ever hope to be prosperous, happy, and free. Faial Telegraph. Post-uioster General Creswell has been for some months engaged in trying to perfect a scheme by which telegraph lines can he connected with p ist-ofhccs, and it is said that he will lay his pet scheme be fore Congress at its next session, with a view to have it made a law. We believe the scheme to be altogether practicable, and that if it should become a law, the commercial world will wonder that it did not occur to them before. In this day of steam and "Chain-lightning," the steam is too slow fir the purpose of commercial communication, and nothing short of the telegraph, which brings business men face to' face as it were, although thousands of miles aiart, will answer the demands of such men; true they have hud the useof tel egraph tor years, but at a cost wholly inconsistent with strict economy, and besides this, the employes of the tele graph Companies have not been true to the important interest of those who used the wires as a means of communication. This could and would be remedied by the post-office authorities, and we very much hope to see the scheme accomplished. AlUtMttlJf. News from Washington says Grant will urge iu his message an unconditional amnesty. We hope this news is true. It is so seldom that we have any good news from that quarter, that our hearts lean for joy at the reixirt We said some weeks ago. that the receut Presidential contest Mould bring forth good fruits: thut some political wrongs had been niade right, and that even in defeat, wo felt that good would come upon tlie country. Now then, if Grant has seen the error of his ways, and will urge universal amnes ty ; and if Congress should act upon this recoiuendution favorably; who could say that the great Liberal and Democratic parties niifcle a futile struggle? If there fore, amnesty universal should grow out of the receut political war; we of the LiU-rul and Democratic urtiee shall claim at leust a part of the glory of bring ing it about We rejoice to fori that (ion. Giant's ear is not wholly doaf to I nr'nm Mif iiffi.riiit, (Manila Tiik follumiug oaVMia jict.r oo tlt tlucket of tb Court uf AjkIi, In tliia JuUioiul Iitrkt; rH-aTSICIaTH s.V. H. tUmi, A ., - hh. A.-Hujrle-la lM a- VuaVajr'aaa'f, Ifeyla. fitrtumuTU BAt. Ktt. ttvtwurr Ac , m.. Whip, (Wr 1M. Ht'bittaiai'. A-., .a-, ks't'laiauu a, truataa, (UarrariL li7. lUiuskvy, .at-., Kliitk, (iatiari. tttutth, Albritftil, c, Wairaml. lutj. Vsuiiuaa'l. A.., V., lr, aV-t 11 aualM mim'm ta., awlth, t al. rulaaat. uraaoTM av. 111. AIjii lar, .,-, MaWvU. Palaaki. Hi, frL, Vulatthl. Ili. It)... uftulyn.i.W, -, Uvuiamat, At., HtJMail. 114. I-liar, OritWr, Htut.ll 114. Ltiat, Ac, liaii, , Vaa. Whnl'a In Samt t I L - t . . it imn-r ma. vmmi ininmni mnj ! tmrt lli brsill-u"int-llirn(lT,' tha' called horse inflwnta, rpihippK hippo symotir?, hippnamti, hippofrrippa, ca tan lull fin-rr, Uphoht laryngitis, lung frvrr, hippnmataria, rfifsmitr, prjuina In flurtia, hippie di.tompar, and tquiii ca tarrhal aflivtion." Tha latt agony in thii city la hippocryaa. "Anything to brat O'Conor." Here's the way a Western eotempcr ary pot it i MARRIED. In this country, November 6th, 1872, at the residence of the briile's father, the Devil, our Country and the Empire, BIRTHS. In this country, November 6th, 1872, to the Radical courtesan Goddess of Lib erty, triplet, Misrule, Anarchy, and Revolution. DIED In tha Northern States, November 5th, 1872, of general debility and treason to the South, th Dcmftcrfttie Puij9 in tb 65th year of it age. BUSINESS NOTICE. We nave snlrf onr material snl rood aill to William ItaughertT, and renwd kin ourlars and romnKMiioiM riioane and ahnpa for a nrw months. W will rrmain with Mr. HuhrtT for snnis time, and ie him all the aid with' in nnr power in making, rrpairins;, a., of Carriage, Bimirs, H)rin-w)fr.n, 4c. Ws rhe-rfully reeiimntend Mr. D. to the public, feeling amited thai he will iriTe full ati.fanion. IKSN1S A C l.AKK K. N. B. All pennns iihlektrd to na hy note or or aeenunt are herrhy requested to eall itn me diately and rtllc. I. A C. . Stanford, Ky., Not. It, 1871 38-11 FOR RENT. A LArge Nw Brick Dwelling con U mine nil momn, mtiiftted in the ornlcr nf Stanford, on Main ntnft, and admirably adapted fur a prirale boarding houw. Thert ia a good gar den attached to tha building, and a well of ncrer-failing water in tha yard. Thia is on onv of the mot diraKle rvidenee in town. Ai.-.jrlo BAl (tllMAN. 38-41 Htanfonl, Ky. THE GREAT BOSTON FIRE!! at of th eoadltioa af ikm ItiMitranoe Company Philadelphia. ORGANIZED, A. D. 1794 Over 78 yeara Successful Bat tiing with the Fire Fiend. Capital and aurj'lua, Nov. II, 1172, $3,500,000!! Deducting all tha loaaea in Boston, ana mere atiii remaina witn tna Company.aa aeourity to Policy Holders, the Magnifloent Bum of OTer Two and a half Million Dollars. THE WET KURPLTJE. aw aa4 aln aU Ua- btlllM, lacludlnc Caallai, R Inaafaw lliiirit, and KuMoa Uiaaaa. I. a QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS, wklck la th Largest Net Surplus Pos sessed oy any com pany in America. Insare la tha Old Floaeer rempaaTl Always Safe and Reliable! Far Pullria asfslr la CEO. D. WEAREN, icat, - STANtXlKl), KT. NO FIRE HERE!! NO SMA1L-P0XII McALISTEH & MILLER Hart not advanccj priota ainc tha BOSTON FIRE McALlSTEIt & MILLER At offering gnater induotnitnU ia Winter Dress Goods Than btfura ilia UoMton Iiie. Nuw is the lima lo buy vnur HooU ant) Khrnw of M. AUatar A Miller belurt Ihey ADVAIVOK!: McALlSTEIt & MILLER An rewiring Jailjr large Inroicaa of READYMADE CLOTHING Which they are atlliiif at OLD PRICES. Hvfore (jun-liaainf alarahera, call oe 37 tf Mi AUNTEUA MIl.LEK. F. O. BRADY, Hoot and Shoo Maker, l'p Hlaira or. r A aUy's Ktora, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. F 11 NK HaMtTH AND HHol-Jt MAbK TO OKUtft. A vra.l ttt iwiMlwd. TllUMal 1AN1I. IJaf to arlviol H mr aaarrttaala aati tk publla Eu-rally, 1 maiiiillf m4 kaa wa) miiA tut fatTji Ul BLACK and RED WitUiaj laaa, W AHKAITKU eat la tote, ar co into UK the id:., AaS aill iKa. Ikr a I iu. .im alwwMhM. tjf vraia i1m If niul,4. Trv Ii aaS a Oi.St a. u. a-talll. aataik. l'aij I i. K.IH. AMERICA COLLKCTIXO AGENT. aa. X emim-tlne with i tmsrm im enwla- Me liMriel No. I (Smnftint J'pwlnrn In l.inenln ewmtr, I will, r rrasnnslil mmmM.m, sllewt prmnpllj to the eollectiiw of all claims entntt1 it, m. liAMKL MIU.F.n,C.L.C. If. R M Kmlnea nf th sheriff f t Jnmln eoantr, f 170, will h ajnatori kwme, sml nut! intrnwteit hnnh nil st ir oftee in Misnftffd. 37-4t 1. M. THII K DMTI'KT LIBRAE? GIFT CONCERT iOfl.OOO I BASK TO PAT ALL HI ITS. II HILL MM IN SIGHT. $100,000 FOR ONLY $10!! hawnr, tl Jl..ln, IM Ulna an a SIMrttaUua 7 M th llfftpl-SninVra: ONIt OHAfin 1IPT. CASH .. ONK (.HAM) UIIT K.M I I a ma . rtVlm ( a.s lllfti SI IM. h f prrii M th Lsvtatattnr, la mi4 nf lh "itl.U? Uhrify tf Rrnttirk, iinrftMiht iMHHpnnvrf, rVum rVtHrmh W tw lrVrMhv 7. nr whb -( t.jrlf ktm! m IMS) ii 1 tim 1 It mini In lMilaHle, KT.( rtatunlH i:5::t:r!szs!2:!!5: sF.U1 and Winter Goods! 1 OmIs (tin IfJ.wm IltuKllifts Mbt. " IT MVM Wl VWVaMi I ( nil inn t.tam xn tmIi tun I IM (tin 7." 4ft ( . (.ins I i'mk it i ft ,nn Mt tMhuifu Mwaa.il imrk a,a IWMrl n- tin .'.'.'.'.Z'.'l '( in t MR um, TOTAL. IrWldim ALL CAH ........ at4 4 Rparl ihr I Kart Mir. in th Fa rotor' ni im wnHnk, m vtU bf IIm luiiowitag rvrtlftctrt tM oaasj 'LtaaaiM Paamta1 aflB riaoTaaa aaaa. I Lut-iaviLLB, Kt., Sa4. ss, If 71 I Ttali to Ut wtlf that th ta mw tm itrfMit la thto twnk hall a anilitoa of t.llan th rmlll W tha tift tJuwrt htad, .siu,nan of hl h ta hw thla hwtk aa TrNawtireraf th hiMir Lttrary tf Ktacr W pay vaT all gift lo ba aanli at tht An in K. 8. VKKt 'll, Caahtcr. pmrra OF TICKET. Whole tlrkrta. tit, hfttT-a, V qitartera. t M: II hnk Hrhfta nc 1fH); ft ".V,; AT. ft $..M; 111 ftar il ftrif.. fcar t.v; filS ft tA.iHta Kj Ulan, aa k-aa I haa HHi w.ib a tktvttto at a Una, I hr alrawtiafl will p-4t4Triy aa4 aM)nlvT)rllf laha fAmr Inrutlar 7- Ahl.u are irivitilrll7 rvajiilrwl It olt.tt Mlta anal atikf n-ttirni Soi wiispr I iu imtof twine, aniplr 1 1 us fc tha tval amititraHita. rira .r itrfcrta r arti' ti(.n ft 1 h lam ah-'irl b wt drMHi'i THIM. r.. ftRAMI.ftTTK. Asenl rMl l.ibratry ml hfalarfcr, La)lalllas aHeailaM-fcy. Do You Want. a Farm? OOO ACREN FOB SALE!! IOFFFR FAR 8M.E, AT A GREAT acritic, my farm, aituatrd one and a halt nn In fr-tuj Htanfonl. m-ir the Horurratt pike containing 6tW A( RK. A Unre frame dwelling, with elirht rnnma, double prrhf duuMe remnria, anl if-artoua halla. The farm ia etuareiitiKleuf division into two or more tract. W.i L w.tr sndj-.il can be found o thia land in thii county. Terms H3asy. A diatilling aite. nnaiirpaaaed anywhere, la on the land. A bold ft ream of clear, ruld, nerer-failinff water, and a fiihatantial houiw lor the dutillere ia alieadr built. Call on, oraddrea IAV11) (i ARV1N, or itur. 1,A"fd:icy. BOSTOBI IVHAT CITY OR ARE YOU WILL YOUR COMPANY STAND I TEST? ROYAL, of Liverpool, The loaaea of the ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of Liverpool, England, by the Huston Twelve Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars! Her invested fund and FOURTEEN The Boston losses will be paid out of a COLD KKMCKVF. FUND of $2,2 19,- 500, aud leave balanoa of Nine Thousand, Fire Ilundrd To quote tha lanfrua of "The Insurance Itecord," of Iiiidon, of Auputl 2, 1872: "Tlioaudition of the KOYAL is healthy to an almost uiiptvcwleuu-l degree, and wa otTur our oougratulatiout to a oomjiany liu h is Prepared for Any Fate by Reason ci its Reserves." NTAXFOUU l'OIsIl'Y IIOIsUKltSi J. II. 4 H. II- K1IANK8, T. W. M1LI.KK, JNO. W. (ilLAAM, 8, Dr. UKO. Mi HDHEHTM, ' STASFOKD LODGE 1. O. O. F.. Dr. I. W. LOSSES PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNT. T. J. CAMPBELL, Ajfcut. Stanford. J. WE88 HOCKER, Aifit. Iluatouvill. llAlUJKK ( A1STI.EMAX, Msjiagvrs, Uui.villc. MILLINER Y.INow MRS. M. E. DAtlESS Milliner and Mantua-makcr,! (Imrrti street iwnr 'h tVpol, rl now receiving and opening an elrfsnt shirk ot 2&llllnox3r A!D Iiiiioy hoo1m, rarrfuHr arlrctnl hv Firm If, fthlrh ( will Uk (frr! hlaTWNir In hnwint to Hr riitom vr. T hflhltint Ihrm f.r Ihfir omtinucd m. nmi,Tf4i will nnr her bvM rfftrta In phuiw them. 15.tr HERE!! PALI- HERE!! OPENI1VO OF NSW GOODS AT E. B. HAYDEN'S. I taring Juat Mnrn(l fmm tht aaarkrti with a mil line of ! mam lovttc you In rail and examine then before purrhaaing elaehera. Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, NOTION, ' READYMADE CIX)TIIIX(1, Boot and Shoes, Cloths, Coast meres, Furnishing Goods. Hats and Caps, feo. In the line nf IVmsIil Rhnea.and RaMbtrmad (lothing, wa ran exhibit one of the .ararat fttockft to ha ion ml in thm part of the Hiate. In a word, we hare a well-eelertnl a took of goiaria, embrarinf CYerrthinff aaually found in a nnttcla dry Rftnde hon-e. and priitmaw In acll then on aa favorable lenua an anv bout in Knturky. Thankful In the community for paM faeora, a continuance of your cuatoni In aMirttrd. ly K. B. JIAYDEN. Millinery Goods! FALL 1873- Mrs. L. BEAZLEY, Faahioaable Mllllarr tmt Xaataaaakrr, rVcond door vrwl of ft. offica, Htanfurd, a.BB.U aat late laat aat Triaialaa U Oriu. I ; Jf0t!0nS 811(1 FllllCy OoOflS, Haak a4 mmk Rlkkoaa. Valvat R1W Waa, Mash Tlaa. Baautat BUka. lorn. Valvama, Flaaraas. Famtken, Ormavaoaata, rraaaaa. Haaadkar. aaiaaV Lam CaUara, Jaw. alr-y. aas. etc I i Grand Openins; Every Day "urins? the Seawn ABLAZE!! TOWN IS SAFE? INSURED? tire will not exceed reserve it nearly MILLIONS Hundred and Nint y-nin Dollars It srv, and her 1 LOG AX. W. II. ANDKKSON, H. II. 1IKKI.K, KKl'llKN WILLIAM WM. DAl'tillKUTY, hAM N. MATUENEV. is the Timo TO SUBSCRIBE rim tit INTERIOR JOURNAL, Tuliliiilipil every Friilnr morning al Two Dollars IV r Annum. The PMprifUirs- still spar no (mint in making it a firM-claa nrwviMr, defutnl to the intrrmt of this particular sertion, anil the development of the re son rre f this ami aaljointna; rmiti tin. Tlio Xcws, Markets, Education, Literature, Agriculture, Etc., Etc., Etc., Shall be the chief features of its col umns. Politically, the Iktf.hior Jdcrhal is strictly Democratic, and will ri-e or fall with that party. Terms of Subscription or. Ci-p-1 Jul-; i. in .. oaalopj to Jui I. it;.. . II oa Wl CLUB RATES. T-a fr to July I, in r. Twtraly r - tit July , 1 natttkii 9 Ti n pita Jmnumrf I, 1"T ' .1 niti.a . .. 1 7 ft Twemy (Kptr Ui January I, tTl 1 1 Hrm'h'.... m Thirty cvt. u Jaaiwy I, (si yi Mtmllu a wv liberal Peroentage Paid to Agents Invariably in Advance. HILTON & CAMPBELL, Proprietor. From Stanford to Somerset ttanl i H.at with cwfful and anuuiiu" We ar aTr-paraxt tn rairta, all iWitfl.t and r-n larai U-v,- UailfinJ fv it-t (MMfnfllT, ant, al I tr isi'lnia on lb litta. ry Mirniiu at 7 w'ttw k, anal arnvr at "i-nTa- at k. a mi -4ttHv--Mrn llouaw, Man. it A, ).) fVffTpt Hnni iwr.l JStHm H- NKMUNllalu., Pra'a. O. TAYLOR, Proprietor, Aiiiii:it'i Livery and Sale Stable, Alabama, St., near Broad, ATLANTA GEORGIA. Pi-inapt itaatto gltea atork and dravfta, alfht ar 4a- ( ara rau a. arrnmm"lii with gu4 boanl aavrl WtdKia al tmm atal-la, lj Mrs. Arrlwr. U-m r'Aiuvi F0RSALE InFlItE T) HELL rKIVATELY MY (arm, aitiuttvd on ttt lSronl and Stan luitl tumik. om mile fnm Ktaiifimt. con taininf HO Aoros, avrca of rultirmtinir laiid. and nnTrni-nt to timber. Haa on it two aiilendid nri-lir-rda. sz a s. a TEViai. Builder's Notice. georgeIhyers, Oontraotor, Main 8tne(t Huuiford, Krntuckj, HAH had a ierirnot of twenty vara In IlrUk aMtiMoiiry. Ia prftmrvd to do all kinda of brick Work In thia and adjoining muntitw at maiinablv (irin. Tin bNt of rvferencee givn If de aired. 34M.ni. JulJ 31 IS IS It! Lumber for Sale. I AU PKKI'ARKO TO Fl'KNINH ALL KlNLt tK . l'oplur I.iiiiihvr, ' Cut and Sawed Shingles, AND BOARDS, At tltu LOWEKT l-ricaa fr CASH. ORDERS SOLICITED. AIW) WILL tiONTKAlT TO rLK nih matvrial and en'! btiildiitK un iitv ukm4 favoralde trrma. All ordra left at tha ator oi lunn Jk Uwalfy, or AhJu;v Owa ly'a. will ri'tfiva uromiit aiu-iUion. Htanf..rd. ky. JN. tilLHAM. M. CUMMING3, Agent, FOB POOL & CLARK. WUOLI'XAlK tud n-Uil deal. n in I la I WW uid A n r ican Miarbir, N't. Vi Jfl- I fenuu .trutt, IkIw.u 1 and :l, luiavilia, Kr. bmy at-M-riuti.ai uf anli-tur. aiui i iftaumriital work, tabUta awl lurai.Uiia furnivlwil ta onlar, Xb-tf j -3 o HI m a E JkV Jjj 0 173 a SAM. X. 31 ATI! KXY, Merchant T A I LOR, IiE.M.KK IX CLOTHS, CASSIMEEES AND North Hi.la MAIN KTKKKT, STANFORD, IC". Al l. TIIK LATEST STYLES OF 6ENTLEMENS' , Q- O O ID S , CON STAN TL ON HAND. WHICH WILL UK MAHK TO Olt- di:k ahei; jiii; i.iTi.sT r..sn.t.vs AMI A Tcrfoct Fit Warrantee!. JulyniT. NEW I.ESIIrhACE for SALE. I"VrP( r U r. t-.t.r r-.ar.nat.).. ft (. lh ait Mil - tsf -tn. 1 I-,- l.,,ia h nurttia, i t lh-r la li-r Ihl in.i4f I! I.I nrm ml immt mtimrtfM. A a-..- rUi-n, M -J.1 AUat tat t.l.OlM.l M. M- itji.furtl. kr am att-nl fr tht pnrrat and heal artir of X TINLY f(HAN( !l tii.W., ihliTonl Htrli-a in town nr muntrv in rianiitifa Ui niii pimhaa-rm. TrHM BtEICTLY CA8H. 1 will furniah to thr (luMif t) b-l inoitn lain ( .al al c hr 4h car hand, and w til .tr livvroMl to th citiuna if Kiaiifttid nnd oiwiltr at r tarr bui.tI, in anv iuantiii dr airv. (Iff J. II. Al.Ko;. E, R. CHENAULT, laata rm o tiin g o M S j 01111! DRUG S,HS lMediolnea, piiti. w ix rat. n.1 QtJ ona, Perfamory, liiiiitM, OHm, Window Glass, School Books, Blank Books, STATIONERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, I AVIN1 Intwlf I M .k i p,.iami wnul't ritll : iwi i til tti ifii ll.nt 1 uur tana' Um I uf ' llt'lttHUU III liartiv il t"li. ailtrr miJ itvl 'iai It-a. Mr. T l(i httnia aill ba ftuitl lu t uariiv uf Uv Jt airy iH-iaarlnicitl. Mr. A H- IViiiijr naa i irirk-vm lit jrrujr. i- rwrunfiii ana vill )m i hi mi rvasly a in thu- Ui t.(uiauuitu .u . ... Jl-I, Mililuua atta aM urwjr aiwi aMt-ia. F. J. CAMPUELL. INSURANCE AGENT. HTAsyuKD, kr, Rt in-atnU us uf Ilia bnt cuiaiiita iu ll woiia: in. 1JOYAU Of LIVKKFOOL, Capital $10,000,000 in Gold. Aiuiiul Premiums 13,760,000, Losses Paid Without Discount. This Cuoiwuijr aill ataiul Ilia rlnavat ai-ru- I "y. ""I rutiiM U lli i-..ii.i.lraii.i U i " h" atri.-lljr rll.hMI.AhN N. Jr-M-: 1 1 .. ... , , , nuaiuass aultojuil and atumlid tu urumiill,. PROFEISIONAL CARDS. P. con, Ml Mik., Kf. ik. wmr, a, laaoaatM, K f tOOK DEWWT, t ajrmir.vwM rjl At IAW, . -MT. VKKNON, KV. I1mV ftrw aV fit fttollfrult r.mr1 faf IWlratmlW l i-ointty. 4 nttMtl'-mfariamfHlr ailt-tfal !. M4 P M lKNTX WU.L C. l SK l)CNTOlVpVRIX ATTOtr$ At I AW, HOMEKHKT. KY. IMI I. attrfftl ta all bilt-ai ntni1a CM thum t 1'itUafct atttf aitrrmin-ttti MMsrttlre. ( Mlwtli.iia funrHI Maa IN l itUahl m4 l aya fatflnlM. tt-f A. F. MERRIMAN. SUIMJEON DENTIST, 8TANI'OIH, KV. Ortlrr Cumr Maaonlr lllo-k. T. HARRIS, Ammxrrr at law, UTANKOKD, KY W'IM. prwllr. I. th. C'm M t.lnmta. lN,, l.amrl. a.kraail.. h.l.ail Mj.ll.-a an I la I K I -HM nf ,.i. N H Ml. t,aia. la nantraa4.r aia-aml aiuairtlf .84 al naaiin.1.1. raM. j J C. WARREN, A TToliS'KY AT LAW, KTANFOKD, KY. 77'-KaM Mr narl Mr. fHOS. W. VARNON, A TTilRSICY AT LAW, HTAXKORD. KY. Of f II A la Cmri ,.. I f i. w ih-xi r, tant-wvlrff, K j jmo r it. ,.B, aiMtfc-l. k,y I )CNLAP COOPER, aTTokskys at law asii cih.i.h Mas, STAXKOKD. KY. "jrrsisFsH soi.n rrKD in i.ismi.jt ami ailjiiinitif rountiaa. I.T -TM. o. welch, ATTitRXKr AT LA W, HTAMOKD, KY. 1 1f Fit f Firs rtHHM arVOT lr U Il4is-r1 a -4l j HOTELS. IJAKCASTER HOTEL. I lata I lull man II. mar I LAXCATKIl, KKXTlt KY. HWIN' I l.a.l th sW larirr ami -trail 1-Kitr.l lluti I, I liJVi ..nr.l tha win. fur ll. ni-rlli,m n( fxvrmln. ami in.ilv . tlir Irari-liiiK iililir .th! iMaiikr. Iu fir ai I a rail. l ar aill I a. II aii-lirl at all livia.. i A lirvv l.i.rr aut.i. w alla-ut tn luis SI" tf R Alibis'. rr..prin..r. I..t.flf I'.! II rtiw. NtrlMJs.,111 JNGRAM HOUSE. XrilvM( ( ornrr I'uUW r, j MMKliirr. KE.NTl'CK Y, T. F. SHEPPERD, Pro. .T'l alfW ws.ll y -r, tvf. railv htt.il tin, aiil thr inirii tr i pnparl aroxiiiiitaihtl: ir ti in a M;arir arti'Dd j .v-.m CliAROES BEASOKABLX. goMEitsET nousr, KtriibriMl r'uratf Pakllt M." so.ii:ict. ki:nti(ky. IJ03. IIU3KINSON, I'n.prictor. T ilH wa-ll-knoHD ami i uUr botrl haa tvHiMtUd and wralT fur- tii-itrii, aiif, t liar f n n nil t tt'im pi atar-aj ,ti j funu-h ttir 'ra.rlinir puMic ihr lat ac- itin (nlatmtt. at Trrv tfa'ftaMr ntra. I Ttiia ia ltu alarw aland ftr all It dm frtiM Snirm-t. ii.l aul lr atid rmiirtt at altomlaat. M ASON HOUSE. Kianfonl htnt. LAXCASTKH, KKXTl'CKY. ; Keeps a (Jood Stable. i 4 -If JAv II. M WIN, !:. GARVIN HOUSE I.ATK WAKt.KN inn -i: Mi .K.KI THIS 1'iH'l LAK I, for a l rm of vrara, whit h ia aiiuait'd on mnrt aii irr, ami having nlitty tii -win in fatal atyif, am rraml to m trrtmn all hnrulltn iik. '1 hr IraTfliiti pub lic will ft ml thia lliiusw a (fnvcniriit atuing plarv. An Excollent Stablo eonTfttirnt to thr In Hat. At tho Bar. I lUT- liUira, riirira, i4airi, At'. Ill UA ll tiAK l, l'niniil..r. JJARRIS HOUSE, K.aal Hi.lo Main Hlnvt, CKAll OKCHAHI). KKXTltKY. THE BAR WELL SUPPLIED. ool Stahhs Etc. M. J. 11 It It IM, J'nrwu.r. iv w til AH II II ATI 'II KR. I'AVII It HI. Kunaatif wf taiillla. Kf. NATIONAL HOTEL, Cor. M un ami Kuurtli H'recU, Loi'ISVlLLE KKXTl'CKY. Refitted and Bofurniahad. 1'u re 2 SO xr Du.v. HATCHER it. BELL, Pro's. JlglLLER HOUSE, LANCASTKlt, KKXTl'CKY, J. J. IU FFMAX, Proprietor. IIAVINd takti ! would n-a-w Ifully , Mi.v fru'inli. irKc of thia Hollar. I it the ntnnav of all i 1 he Irthle ia aiijiiil iiinrlu-t alb'rda. f bi litl with fvrrythiiiif tha Mrj(e KNMIUlbMa 1 KMIU. COAL! COAL! llMiioIlillOoal. TIIOS. BUFORD, I Kiaiifunl, K., ia ailc a'ul fur Ilia ju.tly ' ivMiraliil t in. Hill t ami U n iail lu ' furiiiali th ritiu-lia uf Stanford ami vii-iiiilv, anil tliv uiiIjIii a'iH-rally, Mir i ai.li, tha boat I ml iu th. in. .unuiiia uf Kriilui-kv, front tha lull - , uf Han i. A i'o. 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