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ntefio VOLUME X.-NUMBEII 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER it Semi - Itaeftli lonfnak f I t ini-Mtchln $nlmor$oimmI IP. . VI ALTON, . . . Editor and Proprietor T. r. WALTON, Business Manager I'uUllxlieil Titmttiiu unit J'rlitnv, flosm Enoujh For All. Don't trowj or puih on (ht march of We, Or tread onraeh olber'a ton, Vat lha worM it beat In lit (real unreal. II lianl (iHuih It Roei. Oh, why ilieull Ilia atrenfepprrMlhe weak Tilt th Utlrrtrto lh walir On thia earth of mil, wild He tliorni as.1 flew " There la mom enough for til. If a Urging l.roltier falla behind A d.I drop, from tbt tolling bend If fmr and ilouM tti hli muI to rewl, Then lend him helping lml. (liter up hit heart with werda of he). Nor aain Ilia e-tli with gall) In Ihe great highway, on Iho Imileet day, Thtte la room enough fr nil. If 1 man with thelrcedofa pioneer 8lr outon jour Iraek ahead, IWl grudge hla aUrt wllh mi rntloua heart, lir the iul(hllrat onee were led. Hut gird jour lelna lor the toinlug day Ul nothing ;our haart appall falili up II yeu eon with the forward man, There la room enough for all. And H, by doing your duty wc4l, Von thould rl to lead the fan, Brand not your name with a deed of iliame, Hut ronie out en lioneal man. Keep a bright look-out on eitrr atde, Till, heeling the Maatcr'e rail, Vour aoul elioul I go, from Iho world Mow, Where thtre'a room enough tor all. The Createst of All Shows it Coming Tlio Hells Hrolhcrs, who havo hnd tlio good fortuno to bo tlio tint on tlio Lake Front this season, nro to Ira congrnttilatcal in presenting a show that corrce-jtonils with tlio announce nicniH. inoytioni ucguiio mo peo plo with pretentious advertiecuienU of wonders tlint havo never materialized, and they really prodtico what tlioy claim. This is. almost too much to gay of a circus, and it will hardly ho credited, hut n candid examination of thU nienngerio and ring brings tho truthloving reporter to tho oonfion that sobriety of statement is mighty, and is prevailing over nil of Harmim'H adjectives. Chicago Kvcning Jour nal, May 17, 1881. For many oxcollcnt reasons, oon spicuoinly furnished by itself, wo nro pleated to announce tho speedy com ing of Sells Brothers' Six Knormout Hailroad Shows, now united. Every Miiblo assuranco is given that it is, what iu titlo suggests, tho grandest and wealthiest amusement organiza tion on earth, canopying all wonder land with its half million yards of electric lighted canvas. But oven moro 'conclusive ovidenco thnn tho weighty indorsement of tho press and tho potent voico of public approval is the straightforward and unprecedented action of tho Messrs. Sells themselves iu vigorously demnndingtho strict en forcement of tho law against all cxh' bitions guilty of obtaining money un der fulso pretenses, and of grossly swindling their patrons by loudly ad vertising attractions thoy do not pos sess; in strenuously insisting that n passable performance in soma respect docs not excuse wholesale misrepresen tation in other things ; and, finally, in frankly and boldly urging tho press to speak of their show fust as it is. Clearly, no impostor, no fraudulent advertiser, no ordinary exhibition would daro to thus plainly and pul licly urouso such powerful agencies to crush it. (Jeuuino superiority, truo greatness and invincible- integrity can alono court such au ordeal, and as tho Messrs. Soils aro tho only ones to do it, tho conclusion is irresistiblo that theirs is indeed tho vory First and Finest of Shows, and that, in tho words ol tho Bingluiintou (N. V.) Dully Republican, "their names will bo as good on u show bill its Vitnder hilt's is oil n bauk check." At Sinn ford, September 22, at 1 and 7 r. m. An Aiimy in lli.ui: Si-its. It is said that Arobi, tho general of tho Egyptian revolutionary forces, is go ing to bo vory circumspect and hold his ground quietly, expecting that tho English army will soou bo disabled by ophthalmia, without tho need ot fight ing. Tho glaro of tho sun and tho lino sand that lloata in tho air havo been found to play tho mischief with foreign soldiers. It is affirmed that during tho Egyptian campaign qf tho great Napoleon two-thirds of his men wcro at ouo timo distressed with oyo diseases. According to English pa pers every precaution is to bo taken to savo tho British troops, now pour ing into Egypt, from such maladies; mid among other speculations, 25,000 pairs of bluo spectacle havo been purchased at fivo cents per pair. Probably Arabl will laugh at tho spectacle of an army in specs; but blue glass is held to possess various hoalini: virtues, and if the British ox pectatious aro realized, tfioy will yet laugh at Arabl. A Conterratirc. A A conservative? Well ho is n nico follow. When sovcral of them are bunched together liko a lot of wilted asparagus they mako an excellent David Davis. In Egppl, Turkey and other countries in that locality they aro called eunuchs, A conserve ativo is a man from whom nino-tcnths of all his ambition, cntcrpriso and usefulness havo oozed out. IIo is a nico old fellow, who prefers visiting sugar camps about tho timo they are sugaring off, and who disliko oxcrcise of any kind. IIo is a magnificent spcctaclo of what has been in the past, and who hopes to draw profit from somo person or party on account of his willingness to hold back at all times and under alt circumstances. In tho timo of Christ ho followed tho Savior afar oh", and camo scooping around tlio pans and kettles after tho procession had moved on. If tho world wcro mndo up of conservatives tho only advancement (hat would be tnnilo would bo to tho rear. A con. scrvativois a man who has fallen out of tho procession and is waiting for death to como along and scoop him in; but death generally lets him live n great while becauco ho is no particu lar harm in tho world, and therefore might as well stay hero as to go to somo other placo whero ho amounts to nothing. A conservative is always hanging back. He is1 not a believer iu progress and would prefer ridiug in NoaHV ark to traveling in a first-class .oeean steamer. Liko an old frog poud, ho becomes full of sticks, poI lywogs, water bulls, bad smells and. malaria. An array of 10,000 con servatives would devour an enormous quantity of pork and beans if it could not get pie, and would remain in camp so long as tho neighbors brought in tho pork, and leans. Fomcroy's (treat West. The Streets of Venict. Many persons aro under n grqat misapprehension as to tho means of transit or locomotion iu Venice. It is n mistake to supposo that there aro no streets, nnd that it is absolutely neces sary to go from place to place by gon dola. It is true that thrco bridges ' tho Kialto bridge oi tho iniddto nges, and two modern iron bridges span tho Grand Canal which divides tho city iu equal halves; it is truo that tho city is built upoli 117 islands, inter sected by ICO small cauals and 2,-150 passages; but almost every one of the water streets havo a quay or footpath bordering it, white 400 bridges unite island to island, so that it is quito possible to go to every part of tho city on foot, although few perhaps would care to do eo, for there is not, in nil tho world, a moro difficult placo for tho traveler, guided only by tho 'light of nature,' to find a given spot. That spo, may. Imj only a fow hundred yards away, but to reach it ho may have to cross half a dozen bridges, somo leading to tho right, nnd somo to tho left, nnd travcreo as many squares of which thero nro 390, 127 larger squares, and 2G9 smaller squares. Sm: Lost Hkii Baby. At Plain villo, Conn., on Wednesday morning, a woman stepped from a train a mo ment to question tho agent and tho train pulled out suddenly without her, carrying oil her baby. Her frenzy moved tho good ticket ngont to telegraph to Bristol and order tho ba by returned. The trnin dropped the infant at Forcstvillc, and a good man footed it thither nud lugged tho baby back to Plainvillo. Tho mother, meantime grown impatient, had gono to Forestvlllo on tho engine of n grav el train. So back went tho good mnn with tlio baby to Forestvillo, there to learn that tho frantic mother had re turned to Plainvillo. The man then telephoned to tho woman to sit still half au hour, which she did, nnd got back her infant. Springfield Itepuh licau. Tho GWcner's Monthly says : "It has only recently been clearly demon strated that a dead branch on a tree makes almost as great a strain ou tho main plant for moisture, as docs a liv ing ouo. Tills is ono of the most im portant discoveries of modem botani cal scieuco to tho practical horticult urist, as by this knowledgo ho can savo many n valuablo tree. A dead branch, or a weak ouo, should be at once cut away." It is always the bridegroom's friend who take tho initiative. His mother would writo both to tho young lady uud to her mother, and u littlo later would Invito tho youug lady, cither alono or accompanied by her parents, tho latter being preferable if possible, so as to mako her acquaintance Lindou Queen. "Stonewall" Jachon, Tho day after tho first battlo at Manassas, and Ik; for o tho nowg of tho victory had reached Lexington, Vir ginia, in authentic form, rumors pre ceding any accurnto account of that event had gathered a crowd at the postoffice, awaiting with intenso inter est tho opening of tho mail. In its distribution tho first letter was handod to tho Kov. Dr. White. It was from General "Stonowall" Jackson. IIo cognizing tho well-known handwriting, tho Doctor exclaimed to thoso around him, "Now we shall know nil tho facts." Tho following wcro tho con tents of tho letter : My Di:ah Pastoii In my tent last night, after afatigingday'a sorvico I re membered that I had failed to send you my contribution to the colored Sunday school. Inclosed you will find my check for that object, which plcaso nckuowlcdgo at your earliest conve nience, nnd obligo yours faithfully, Thomas J. Jackson. Thero was not a word about a con flict which shocked tho nation; no al lusion to tho great part ho played in i, no rcfcrcnco to himself savo that it had "been a fatiguing day's service. " Yet that was tho day mcmornblo in history, when ho received tho uamo "Stonowall," which has supplanted that'his parents gave him. Ho thought of his contribution to tho colored Sun day-school that night in his tcntnftcr tho great battlo and sent his pastor a check for it. ltov. Dr. I logo, of Richmond, Va. in his oration delivered at the inaugu ration ol tho statue Qf "Stonowall" Jackson, presented to Virginia by En glish gentlemen, and erected in tho capito! square, said of tho great sol dier, "aud tho man who filled two hemispheres with the story of his fame, was never so happy as when he was telling! tho colored children of his Sabbath-school tho story of tho cross." A Stroke of Business. A young, German wiuo merchant, unable to disposo of his goods, was sitting disconsolately reading tho news papers, when ho noticed that a con vivial old baron, famous for his fondness for Khiuc wine, was dead. Seizing ono of his letter - heads, the young man penned a noto thanking tho baron for his kind order ot a few days before, said tho wino - would bo forwarded at onco nnd enclosed his bill. Tho message nnd wine were received by tho heirs who, overjoyed at falling into a good property, paid tho mer chant's bill, promptly drank tho wine, and gave tho dealer whom tho baron seemed to havo favored, au extensive or der. Tho youug raan'scustora increased steadily, and at last his fortune was niado. This is au instance which disputes tlio old truth, in vino Veritas; mero was no iruiu in ins wine evi dently. To attend n circus at Oswego, N. Y., a father and son walked to a swamp ten miles distant to pick huck leberries, sleeping in tho woods nud living on tho fruit until their return. Their pick netted exactly euo'ugh to purchase tour tickets to the circus for tho family. On Friday tho family walked to Oswego, a distance of twen ty two miles, nud footed it back Satur day night. Morrison Heady tho "blind bard" of Kentucky, is very fond of tho game of chess. IIo has u chessboard aud chessmen mado to order with pro jecting points, so that ho may distin guish, by tho souse of, touch, between them. Persons who understand tho gamo say that ho is hard to heat. A Chicago minister'says that among women a passing familiarity with cur rent uews is so raro as to excito ob cervntion. Ho has seen thousands'of men iu tho street-cars with a newspa per before them, hut docs not recall over seeing a lady iu tho samo posi tion. ' A Now Jersey snako entered a cab inet organ that had bcon toted into the woods fur uso at a picnic. At tho first notes called lorth from tho organ at Buuday-school on tho following Sabbath tho suake crawled out, caus ing a good deal of commotion. - Tho extent of tho manufacture of oleomargarluo wilt doubtless surprise tbo ordtuary .reader, ami perhaps alarm tbo avcrago housekoopcr, Up ward ot $5,000,000 worth was made iu 1880 by four establishments in N, York city alone. Tho total auuual production of su gar in the world is said to bo 5,820, 000 tons, of which tho United States, or rather tho Stato of Louisiana, pro duces only 125,000 tous. Tlio idlo should not bo classed uihoug tho living ; they are n sort of dead men who can't bo buried. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and Woolnes, which were bought early this year, at the close of Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see me. Respectfully, EOBT. S. LYTLE. The New Garfield Bani Note. Tho now five-dollar bill is a beauty. To tho left of tho center is a most handsomo and lifo-liko engraving of tlio lato President Garfield. It is tho first National currency noto bearing tho head of a statesman over issued. To tho right of tho center tho namo of tho bank finds place. Tho seal has been changed, but still remains geometrical. Upon tho border of tho faco of tho note tho charier number of tho bauk under tho reorganization is to bo found six times, and this is tho only chango to be noted on tho faco ot tho now 810, 820, 850, 8100, 8fi00, 81,000 notes. Tho backs of all tho notes are of n dolicato chocolato a now color, which is experimental for the present. Tho vignettes of tho old scries have been discarded, and in their stead is tho charter number of tho bank as reorganized. Tlio notes wcro designed by Mr. George W. Cosilear, of tho Treasury department. - w a Tho investigation in regard to the impurities of brandy and beer has been extended to tobacco. It is said, on good authority, that in tlio com position of tho 820,000,000 cigars and 229,800,000 cigarettes manufactured annually in New York city, aro used tonka bean, balsam fir, cedar oil, cascarilla bark, potato leaves, potash, tamarinds, aniso seed, saltpetre,, sul phuric ether, bromi3o of potassium, rum and other ingredients. In the ladies' cabin of a certain ferryboat this notice is posted : "Tho scats in this cabin are reserved for the ladies. Gentlemen will please not occupy them till the ladicajiro seat ed." Can this mean that the gentlo men aro to occupy tho seats after the ladies are seated ? -That would rather reverso the natural, order of things, wouldn't it? Sunday Argus. Twenty Meriden men and their wives havo gono on a trip to Califor nia together. Thoy havo chartered two hotel cars for a month, and nro privi leged to stop as often as they choose. Tho Yosemito valloy will be visited and other places of interest on tho route. Tho cost ot the trip is esti mated at from 8500 to 8800 a couplo. The robber politician who demauds two per cent, of tho salary from every office-holder, nnd calls it a voluntary contribution, reminds us of the sailor I on a British steamer, who was asked : "Are you obliged to attend prayers every Sunday ?" "Why, no, not exactly oll'ujal to ; but if wo don't, they stop our grog." During the manoeuvres of tho Ger man ironclad squadron iu tho Baltic last June, a torpedo got mislaid. As soon as tlio Captain of the ironclad Kranprinz, to which it belonged, missed it, ho offered a reward for its discovery. It is fifteen feet long, weighty iu proportion, aud at present a terror to navigators. Tho jealous husband of a very pretty woman in Texas, branded her with an iron used for niarkiug cattlo, making a star and cross on each cheek. This is a now kind of lexas jewelry which sho will havo to wear for life. Texas law should compel tho man to 8 wallow a live tarantula. A strauger called at forty-eight different houses hi Cleveland and ask ed, "Is the boss homo." There was no man at homo iu any one instance, aud yet forty-soveu of the women promptly replied: "Yes, sir what do you want?" Detroit Freo Trees. m m a A Newport ma'u refused to vote for tho colored school tax "because ho had is 1. no colored cuiiuren. a vcan ex cuse IIo oould havo mado himself eligible if ho had chosen to. The high prico of meat does not af fect tho consumption of hash. Tho two articles nover did depend on each other much. It is said that 10,000 men aro now employed in railroad construction in Florida. Alwut one-third of tho rye crop of tho Uuitod States h grown in Illinois, irroftnvs iiou&e! STixroRD 8T11KET- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY JOHN T. IIIIX1INS, l'KOl'METOK. A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL In tittj (articular, The patronage c u,e puuie aollclleil, ami aallitactlon guirinteol. 112-tf THE NEW ROUTE EAST, WASHINGTON! Till: ONLY LINE ItUNMNO SOLID TEAINS, WITH . Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! From LOUISVILLE . To WASHINGTON, -THROUGH TIIE- Granilest Scenery in America I Connecting direct In Tenn, Det for Baltimore,Philadelphia&N'.Y. The Onlj- Direct Line to Virginia and the CnroHunn. Tlckeli are on ,llo it principal Ticket O Sicca, and it the General Office of the C A . llallwar, t 340 Wrt Main Ntrect, Lotllnville. For further Information, ad Jress J. C ERNST, General Boutliweatern Agent, Loulullle. C. W.NMITII, Uati'l Manager, II. W. 1'ULI.Klt. Uen'l t'au'r Agl, CONDENSED TIME. E k JtAIiatOAD lalXI?. TRAINS OOINO NORTH. Much 1, 1H32. i. Bun. LTe. ltlchinnn.l t , M 6 00 i m " Ijnc.t.r. ,,, , , g 00 " Ltlnjilon.. . . 7 10 " Crab Orchard . 8 25 " ' HUnlora........... 8 10 ' " Shell) City ... 9 S5 ' DauTille Junction ...... 9 SS ' " Mltcliellaburg..M..... 10 0J " " I.banon............. 11 00 " New llarcn. .............. 12 10 put Arr, Lebanon Junction. .... ...... 12 47 "" Cincinnati Junction.. . 2 10 " " I.oulnllle 2 2S "j TRAINS GOINU SOUTH. ff Maicii 1, 185.'. Li. buu, Ltc. Ioulitlll. .... .......... 8 S3 a in Ltp. Manford.... ........ ........... ......... 2 03 p m Oab Orchard-... . 2 oS ' Arr. I.I tlng.ton ...... .. .............. 4 10 ' Le. Lancaster ...-..... ....... 2 80 Arr. Richmond. ... SO " PULLMAN PALACE CABS To Meiupbti, Utile Rock, Mobile, Montgomery, and New Orleana. Einlgranta toTexaa hare their choice of two roulca: Tla Meuiplilaor tl New Orleana. Time much quicker and rate lowe, thau by any other route. It la alio tlio (JUI0KEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST Route to all IKiluta In Mlaauiirl, Kanaaa, Illlsola, Indiana. Iowa. Nebraaka. Colorado. Arkanaaa. Only one chance to Chicago, St Loula and1 baaU Fur further Information about tlckcta to the South, Kanaaa, Colorado, anil eo-Urant ratea to Florida, addreaa C. I'. ATMOKK, (I en. I'm. and Ticket Agt LouleTllle, Ky. Or i J. Anthony, Act., Stanford. Ky. LRJ. nr rxti -TIIK MOST UiaiUAULi; ROUTK TO- CINCINBTATI! And decidedly the Tupular Route, atlurdlDC, aa It doce, leaatuarigeaaml aujwior .(comiuodatlouatu Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, The North, Northweataud Wrat. In fact. If you route miilate trl lu any Ulrei lion, your Intemt will be Uataerrtd by nurcbaalUK your tlcketa tla K. C. aud Cincinnati. 2Tralua vach way i; full, uau I'alarocatl, MtKant New liar Cuarhea, and handiouicly furnlaheJ Recllu!u Chair t'ara lorui the unequal.! equlpwenla of ihla Old Reliable, thereby uiakluf a trip uter thia Hue one ol luau rloua coiufoit aud nleuaure. Try It. TIMK TAULF, IN KKl'EOT MAY 14, 1182. South. "TJoTT iToTr" Jo. b. Ltb. Corliigtuu. ... " r'aliuoulu . Cjulblaua ... " I'arla.. . Arr. Islington. . Lie. taitugtoa . Arr. Wlnchtatcr Mt Hurling " Aahlaud 11 Huntington.. S 00 am V 41 a iu 10 60 a iu 11 24 a u 2 49 li IU S 30 p ul 7 40 p iu 4 '0 p iu 5 27 p U fl 03 U HI 12 IS p ui 1 SO ii u 2 2 p u 10 p iu 7 00 p HI 7 SO p U S 20 p IU 00 p u 12 It a iu 1 IU a iu 7 zu i U' S OS ju Noam. No. . No. 1. No a. Lva, llunllugtou.. Atuland.. . Ml. bier I log ' Wlurheatrr. Arr. Lexington. . Lve. Lexlugton. " I'arla. .. ' CjrutUaua.... ' Kultuoutn Arr. Cb logton. . S SO a ui 7 M a iu II JJ a iu 1 S3 a ui 1 40 ui SSI a ui C 11 a u 7 00 a u 11 20 p ui 1 13 p ui 2 00 I. iu 7 SO a iu S 13 a iu 00 a iu 3 M p ui S SO. ii ui 4 10 p iu e 15 p ui UUiiu SOau 20aui III tJani MAYdVILLU DIVISION No, II L. Ijiilugtou 6 lugtouapui. Arr. Maya Mile supui erlllaltlaui. " Lexliutton I) 23. in No. 15 I'arla ( so a lu. ' Mayatlll. t luau No. H " Majrarlllal'JSJpm J-aria S, Ui. 7 pn Tralua No. 1 and 2 run dally) all olhara dally xreptbuaday. Special Rale to hiulgranta, lor tlekrla, raleaaud luloruatlou pcrtalnlug to time Couuectloua, Ac , tall ou nr addrma H. T. SWIFT, Aat., Lexington. ClIAH.UJlllOWN.il IMT A. J. I). LLLl.hON, Uen'l Mauager. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora House BlocK, DniRH, CliciuioalH, -I'UllltM, OllM, IillllipH, Wall Paper. Hookx, Nfittloiicry, HOIIlH, FerfuiHcrj', Our. Jewelry, Silverware and (iptlc.il Uoods Department Is In Charge of Col. Thos. Itlclinnli, who will Itcpalr Watches and Clocks l'romptljr and In tho best style, E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Openod a Pino Stook of BRAND NEW GOODS, Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS & TRUNKS I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Bost Goods in the Markot, to be sold at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxamino. TIM W- HIGGINS, Salesman. PENNY & McALISTER, TheLAKGEST STOOK of WATOHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY AND SILVEKWAHE Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. 'Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. To now cram in com land or any ordinary land it tutd; tuiijjy drift into the field and go to work T3E3CE3 .JLMiaXOlSr HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three First-Class Implements. Combined in One. Muling the bat and clwapcst implement tier produceil, ttrry cto;i cultivated. The Albion Kprlug-Tooth tor lent money Hum reamml to obtain a gram tlrtu, which can only be utilized in one crop this iiiijjemait can be had, which trill put in till hmU of tmall grant in the very bnt manner i less time and with lest labor than the bent grain drill made. roaltlouofTretnauil 'J7icii by detaching the Sealer you hare the be4 in once ooimi oict the invund than an cidinary faster and tnth more cue. ruellloa of Teeth lad Later while not lu uae. After lianlinn your crop, by mnormv three teeth you can tkorauiihly puiwrue the toil. and destroy the weedt tn tiro ton of corn at a time, a thing that niftlher cultivator wilt do. At first tlated, here it an impltnuat that can be used in rtcry Svp cultuutrd and one that is ti' ctlUd iu none by any other implement, durable unit tiuiple. lii-wcra, rvu; and tee it, gtt a w pie und try it. If it doe not do v nut we claim fur U, we do not want your xnuuty. GEO. D. WEAKEN, AgMt, Staftfrttt, Ky. 11'. L W minim. Ant.. jjuuaUer. Av. UltKi:? .t WILLIAMS, Aytt., JhutomiUe, Ay. Hon. r. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. I Altnon Uovuiintil LWIutitur, Jlunvu and oittirr una run ajy wttAvnt nettlatwn M kanvu or cultimlor I hare eter teen. CUh plan tat acre of corn a day villi uk e worL perfectly, and I can tlucrfully recommend it to my farmer friend, That X, To tow grain with thi Stctr no extra hand in required to titan it front jtM uttimim M 4m by the diittr uithout flopping or getting off hi leal. Stanford, Ky., WlllCN, I.IlUO-H, G'iEHI-H. Mimical IllHlrlllHCHtR, Pocket Tobaccos. Cultlcry, MrchIhc A'ccdlcH. Fire A nu h, no nrtparalion u nenltd where this imiJemrnt iteding. An implement that it indiipenmble in Sulky Harrow and Seeder. later while at work. JFarrdW in the world, one thai will do mote inri harrow mil m a dozen, betide doinn the tmri r. n. w&uikx, jj.,AJuy, Jiy. Kate cuH'mded my ervp of torn this wit li it ik M . MlMi M rf i . . i 'H J&mj krviar -M.