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mifti VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 88. fil - Halt i M m nig) 4s4ssk. Scmi-Mttliln 3nlcriorournnl W. P. WALTON, - Jiior and Proprietor T, R, WALTON, .... Butinest Managir futttlohnt Ttirmtaw Mil 1'rltltiW, Hii.no iisu A.NNUr. A Terrible Night. "Tho most terrlblo nfglit I over ijwnt wiu on nccount of tiUiiiino," m!(1 Dr. Ulw8om, n well known Ar knriMW ih)i!cian. "How did quinine bring o lerrildo a night?" naked a gentleman, ono nl tho company which tho doctor wai en tortaining. "Duriug tho recent great floods," Bald tho doctor, "I went down to my luttom plantation to ico about ro moving my stock in case of overflow. After wbrking all day, and driving nearly all of tho cattlo to the uplands, I went to tho house, n kind of cabin, where I proposed to spend tho night alouo. I lay down on an old straw bed, whon suddenly tho thought flash. cd across mo that tho levee might break. I rcmcniliered that it wna gradually crumbling nvay, nnd that before morning it might givo way and flood the bottoms, tWo was real daiiL'cr of an inundation and I went out to get my horoo but ho had broken loose anil run away. This wast nnotli cr cause for alarm, for with nnimal instinct I thought that my horto had feared the flood. I went hack into tho house nnd lay down. I felt as though a season of chills and fevers vrero coining upon me, and getting up and emptying almost tho entire con. tents of a quiuino bottlo in my hand, I swallowed tho medicino and sat down by tho fire. Tho wind roared and I know that tho waves were beat ing over the levee. I went to the door and could hear tho rush of the coining waters. No timo to bo lost, and rushing to n tree, I clitnlicd up its tough bark nnd lurched upon n limb and waited. . Tho rushing grow louder and tho wind roared among tho trcai. Presently tho water enmo with a tcrriblo sweep. Tho night was fearfully dark, but I could see tho yellow, water and hear it gurgle agafnit tho true. Tho roar grow loud cr and tho tree nhook. Tho water seemed to Iw rising rapidly, and I attempted to climb higher, hut to my dismay, I found tho top of tho tree hnikenofl. I thought that day would novcr como. Iu moving my position I slipped from tho limb, but I caught with my hands. I am of pretty good weight and could not ptill myself up again. Thero I hung, ulmoat ex hausted. The waters rushed and I held myself up as high a I could. "Will day never como!" I thought. Away oil a gray streak appeared. My arms woro 'numb. I could" hold-on hut a moment longer. I stretched out my feet In an "agony of despair. They touched something. I turned looso tliu limb and found myself stan ding on as dry earth as you ' over saw." v ' "Where was tho water?" "Wasn't ny. loveo hadn't broke. All that blamed-rip roaring hall been carriCttonliyquiniriDl"' The. , opponent ' of .capital punish monl'will ba plcnsoiWo know that "hanging is played out" in NewYork. The death penalty1 has not been actu ally abolished but'thcro nro so many loop-holes jthrougli which murderers may cscupej .tba. probably tho gallows, will seldom; ': if "over, get a victim. Under tho new codo a murderer has a right to demand four distinct trials on tho hw and tho facts, and may then appeal to oxceutivo cluuienoy. If a man is found guilty nud sontciictsl to lio hanged ho can tako tho case to the General Term of tho Supremo Court, where tho hearing is as elaborate in form as in tho lower court, tho judges acting as a jury; nn oppeal is next taken to tho Court of Appeal whero tho caco is fully ro argued; next he can ask a hearing before any single Juitico of tho Supreme Court or bo- foro tho court in which ho .was con victed. A murderer who is financial ly well ofl will bo in very little danger of tho drop. Tho lion who declined to fight tho jackal, or oven to notico him, gavo a pretty good reason for tho course ho thought best to adopt. "If I fight him," said old leo, "I shall kill him of courso, hut ho will gain inoro than I shall from tho fight. He will havo the honor of being killed by a lion, while, Tshall Buflor the disgraco of havlug fought with a jackal." Tho fight never camo off. Tho jackal did, it u true, persist in repeating that the lion was a coward; but uu one believ ed him. Names Taken from Trades. Tho Baxters belong to tho samo class as tho Masons, tho Carpenters, tho Taylors, tho Smiths, tho Gardn ers and tho Fullers. In fact, the stir names derived from trades or occupa tions nro moro numerous than thoso of any other class, except patryonym iw and placcuames. Sotno of them !elong to oxisling trades, liko thoso quoted above, whllo others represent obsolete trades, or nt least obsolete trado terminology, like tho Fletchers, or arrow milkers, tho Arblasters,'who manufactured crossbows or nrhtasts (nrcubalislm), and tho Tuckers, who worked in tho tuckiug-mills, where cloth was prepared for market. Thoso who wish fur further information up on theso subjects can not do better than to turn to Mr. Dradloy's excel lent and systematic work on English surnames. A man who bakes is call ed a llakcr, but in earlier times a wo man who baked was called u liako stcr, Maxtor. Hj a man who brows is a Ilrewer, while n woman who brews is n Ilrowstcr. In medfcural English the termination "stcr" was a feminine one, nnd it still survives with its prim itive signification in spinster. A huckster was originally n market-woman, hut tho word has now come to mean nny body, malo or female, who hawks aboutgoedsin tho publiCetrecU. Tho snine change has como over macs ter, throwster, and many other analo gous words. Hut sundry surnames will show us tho two forms side by side, as in Webber anil Webster. Hetico wo may concludo that tho suc cessor of all tho Baxters was a woman who kept u bike house. Why her descendants should tako their name from her rather than from their father is easy enough to understand on a number of natural hypotheses. Joan Baxter may iu one place have been a widow, whoso children would, of course, bo called after her; iu another place sho might bo a person of eomo character, whilo her husband was a field-luborcr or a ne'er-do-well, and in another, tigain there might bo two I'iers Gardiucrs or two Wat Carters in tho ratno village, so that it might bo moro convenient to describe tho youngsters by their mother's calling than by their father's. fCornfiill Mngazino. Wh the Faro Bank Wins. That is something that a great many clever men who play a great deal agninst faro do not know. It is not that thero is a hteady percentage in tho bank's favor iu tho cases of 'splits,' but that tho bank plays with the most money, that tho bunk nhvays win in tho end. That is a simple enough proportion, but is seldom understood. A bank with 825,006 cash has as ma ny morn chances of winuing in the end tho money Of a player worth! $100 as the, Imuk'a capital is greater than tho player's. Tho player can ojdy lose his 8100 once; the bank can loso two hundred and fifty times ho foro it has rodue'ed its chances to the player's. Iu other words, tho chances in favor of tho bank, as quoted, in addition to tho perccutagoon "splits," is two hundred nnd fifty ouo. This is sus;eptible of nlwoluto mathemati cal demonstration, yet will' bo read with uninzoment by many who occa sionally buck tho tigor. Tho ordina ry player who goes with ten or twenty dollars to loo iu a bauk having 8106, OOO to lose, can da a littlo Sunday morning work iu figuring bdt his chances of beating (ho bank. ?Stuj ?m.ucrico .Call, . w. j J J " . FaUiing in Lota. t Mrs. Howo says : "Women do not fall 'in lovo nny moro." Ah, well, perhaps Mrs. Howe's- charming nud beautiful daughter is a much better authority on that subject thau her gifted mother-. ' You bcc, Mrs. Howe, thero. couics aMimo wbon .wer-when wo nro apt to well, tho plain fact of the matter is, other peoplo do not grow old at eighteen just because wo do nt forty-five, lhoro are girls Tall in, lovo, headlong, every day, in the game old impulsive, romantic, beauti ful, unquestioning fashion that used to provail wheu their mother's mother's mother wbro, dimples tvyciity years old. When tho timo comes that ineu and women do not fall In lovo you may just uickcl'plato. this poor old world and sell it for a moon, There will bo nobody on ft when that timo comes. Women don't fall in lovo Buy more? Of courso not; they can't perform Im possibilities, and they can not fall in love any moro thau thoy do, uulosa thenars are made longer. It doesn't follow that you must do a meau thing to n man who, Jias itono a meau thing to you. The, old-proverb runs : Becauso tho cur has bitten me, shall Iblto tho cur? The Situation in New York. That possible defeat next November stares ui in tho faco, no man, no mat ter how sanguine his temperament or anient bis feelings, can deny. Tho regular Republican organization of tho Stato ol Now York can not hopo to copo successfully with tho gallant, united, and now pretty thoroughly disciplined enemy in its front, if it is to lo harassed on its flanks and in the rear by skirmishing guerrillas and do sertcrs from its own ranks. And oven if a goodly number of thoso who have heretofore been enrolled under tho Republican banner do not openly do sert to tho onomy, but simply rcfuso to enlist in tho cause, tho result may also possibly be defeat. Wo do not welcome tho consequence, hut can truthfully (ay that wo nbido them so renely, and with tho consciousness that wo havo dono our best to avert thorn. Our friends placed In tho field a ticket of unexampled excellence, nnd the party, as a wholo, needed on ly to bo truo to itself and its tradi tions', and thnt ticket would have been may yet bo triumphantly olectod. But if disorganization and disintegra tion of tho party follow tho fall elec tion, it falls upon nil alike upon tho deserters and skulkers as well as upon Hiopo who stand up to the wrirk loyal ly nnd faithfully, and rcfuso to ac knowledge themselves defeated until overwhelmed by tho forco of over powering numbers. In brief, thoso who were in the majority at tho recent State Convention, nnd who nominated Judgo Folger and his associates upon tho ticket, propose to stand hy them them or rather by such of them as have the manhood not to abandon the positions to' which they aspired, and which they worked to obtain wheth er it bo victory that is promised or defeat that stares them in the faco. That wing of tho party, at any rate, was never guilty of treachery, nnd never evinced cowardice in the face of tho enemy, no matter what other faults and failings rany bo charged up to it. Albany Express (Stalwart). The Great Comet KlUor Interior Jwrnsh Many of your readers do not, per haps, know Kvhat tho word comet means. It comes from a Greek word, Kometex, which means "wearing long hair." Tho Ancionfs gavo it this nnmo They always move about tho Sun as their common ccutre. We learn from astronomical history, that tho Chineso recorded thciradveut at least COO yean before tho birth of Christ. It is also claimed, by astronomers that , aim eta iirb'iiiirnbered by tho million, but ma ny of them are never visible from our glnlo. Tho great comet that now and fur some weeks, has been a most beau tiful object in the eastern heavens just before the dawn of day, is thought by sumo astronomers to bo identical witli the. ono that appeared 200 years ago, and that also appeared iu 1759 and Hgaiu in 1835. Tho comet that ap peared iu 1835 stood t about the samo angle as tho present ono nud was iu shape almost identical. It will pay any ouo to go out after half runt thrco in tho morning, if tho weather should bo favorablo, and view this wonderful nnd brilliant stranger iu the eastern sky.- (A little south of east.) Its bright head, or nucleus, in size, that of u itnr of tho first magnitude, its silvery whito tail running far across tho heavens southward, present a sight of beauty and grandeur that you may, never again behold. II. LINCOLN COUNTT. Near McCormack'i Church. Tho young folks of tho neighbor hood havo a most enjoyable and prof itable "spelling match," which is held in tho school houso overy l'ridny eve ning from 7 till 0. All good, bad nud iniliflereut spellers from adjoining ueighWhoods aro respectfully invited to como and participate. Tho school hero is in a very flourishing condition. Tho teacher, Miss Cettio Thurmond is ouo of tho best wo ever had nnd is giving universal satisfaction. Tho school nt Coffey's, which is being taught by Miss 1'attio McCormack, numbers 52 pupils nnd is iu a most prosperous condition. MitB Minnio Cosby accidentally stepped on a nail nnd bruised hnr foot a short lime since, and tho place to all appearances was for a time thought to bo well, but lately it becamo very much inflamed, and now she is suffer ing tho most excruciating agony from it. Miss Bettio Martin, .near Turners villc, who has been ill for coveral months is much better. Mrs. George Carter, Jr., who went on a visit toher parents at Jamestown, is very low with fever. Her husband has gono thero to watch by her bedside. Many friends hero anxiously hopo for her spoedy recovery. Littlo Bettie,daugh ter of Dr. T. B. Lewis, is very sick, ono aide being paralyzed. Your Ilua- tonvillo correspondent has neglected to stato for several issues tho condi tion of Dr. Brown, who was reported as very ill with a ccrinin lever tneu raging in that community. His friends hero aro very uneasy on tho subject. Elder Stephen Collier preaches hero on tho 4th Sunday morning and night of each month. Thero is some talk of getting him to hold a protracted meeting on his next visit. Later They have decided to have the meeting, beginning 4th Sunday and continuing through tho tho week, nt night only, after Sunday. ttsib1&5iK3 Cofttlv-nnea-if Hick HoiuUclie Olironlo Dlar rhoMii Jaundice, Impurity of lliti llloott, Fever tft-J Ague, Malaria, ana all I)Ueae cnnftril hy Ie rmngement of Liver, lloweU and Kidney a. SYMPTOMS OF A IHSKASKO MTKIU Had Itrtath, Tain (n the Side, sometime the pain It Ml under ih Shoulder-Hade, mktaVcn for Kheumatiim, general Iota of appetite. Itowcls generally Coturc, anmetlme alternating with laxf the head U troubled with pain. It dull and hear jr. with comlderahle lots rt memory, accompanied with a tulnful trA tfn of leaving undone tometlilne which ought to have hi en donej a alight, dry cough and flinhcd face It tome time nn attendant, often tniiuken for ccnsumulon, the patient complaint of wearlneM and debility j nervout,eally ttartled; feci cold or burning, tometlmc a pricVly tenia lion of the akin exltit, tplritt are low and despondent, and, although satUfieil that eierclte would be bene immoi erv re I the abore irmptomt attend the diteaie, but cases ficlal, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try ll in uci, omnisii every rcmcuy, ocrcru of the abore trmptoms attend the diteaie. have occurred when but few of them e tilted, vet examination after death has shown the liter to have been extensively deranged. It should lo used hy all persons, old nnd young, whenever any of tho above aymptoras appear. Persons) Travellne or lMvtni; In Un healthy Localities, by taking a dose occasion ally to keep the I J ter In healthy action, will avoid all Malaria, Illllntts attacks, Dimness, Nau sea, Urowtlnets. Depression of Spirits, etc It will Invigorate hie a gLut of wine, but Is no In toxtcating beverage. If You havo eaten anything hard ot fltgenlhtn, or feel heavy after meali, or aleep Iti at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. Timo and Doctors Dills will bo saved by always keeping tho Kegulator In tho House I For, whatever the aliment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy Is harmless and docs not Interfere with business or pleasure IT IS rUlTIXY VrOETABLE, And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the Injurious after effects. A Governor's Testimony, Simmons Liver Regulator has been In use In my family lor some time, and I am satisfied It Is a valuable addition to the medical science. J. Cill Shorter, Governor of Ala. Hon, Alexander If Stephens, of da., says: Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons liver Kegulator, and wish to give It a further tti. "Tli only Thing Hint never falls to Relieve." f hive med inny remedies for Dys pepsia, Lfv r Afk-Uiuu oiJ Debility, but never have ftAiud anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons Liver Kegulator has. I sent from Min nesota to Georgia for It, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim ilarly a fleeted to ci re It a trial as it seems the only thing that never fails to relieve. P. M. J awmet, Minneapolis, Minn, Dr. T. W. Mason says t From actual ex perience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator In ir.y practice I have been and am satisfied to we an 1 prescribe It as a purgative medicine. Tak only the Gennlnc, which always Vnppcr the red Z Trado-Mark . of J. If. ZKILIX St CO. ' "Y ALL DRUGGISTS. :B.AJR,Gr.A. FOR the; next go days M'ROBERTS&STAGG -WILL SELI ""SmW J- 3F If Wmmm PUU! AT COST. CALL AND SEE AND BE CONVINCED. H. C. RUPLEY, Stanford, - Kentucky, Wlibct to Inform lila Patron. ofSl.nfonl ami vicinity tint he has rrtelrtd A Splendid Stock of Fall and Winter Goods, Which ho guarantees to make up in firit-class style. Satisfaction guar anteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. PENNY & McALISTEK, J"E3"7V7-3I5XJ3E33Fl.S. TheLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND SlXVJUItWAItE Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches. Clocks sod Jewelry Bepaired on short notico, and Warranted. WAletef&lrigM ruupesMimi. Tho Queen of Homo. When you think ot a queen you tliiuk of a plain womau who sat oppo site your father at tho table, or walk ed ..with him down tho path of life arm-iii arm Bomotiaies to tho thunks- iMvini: banquet, sometimes to tho grave, but always side by side, sooth ing your littlo sorrows aud adjusting your littlo quarrels, listening to your evening prayer, toiling with the neo dlu or at tho spinning wheel, and on oold nights tucking you up suug and warm. Aud then on that dark day when sho lay adying, putting thoso thiu hands that had toiled for you so long, putting them together iu n dy-1 ing prayer commeudmg you to that Qod in whom sho had taught you to trust. Oh, tho was tho queon sho was tho queen. You can not think of her now without having tho deep est cmotious of your soul stirred, aud you feol as if you could cry ns though you were uow sitting in iufauoy on her lap, and if vou call her back to speak your uamu with tho tonderness with w,hich sho ouco spoke, you would bo willing uu to throw yourself on the sod that covers her grave, crying: "Mother, mother!" Ahl sho was tho queon. Your father kuew it. You knew it. (she was tho queon, but the queon in d'uguiso. - Tho world did not recoguiro it. fDr. Talmage. The Honemoon. Lily nsks "What is tho origin of term 'honeymoon?'" Well, Lily, wo will bo teetotnlly amalgamated if wo know what tho origin of the term was. What the word honeymoon may havo to do with that period when the young husband aud wifo are getting acquaint ed with each other's homo styles of meanness, we are iree to state we do not at this moment exactly know. Think of waking in the dead hours of tho night during this blessed timo, called by tho poets and other counubial savants, tho honeymoon, to find that vour noblo Adolphus, whoso wholo being seems to you, Lily, to bq the very ncplus ultra, the ultima thulc nnd tho pro bono publico of perfection think of finding in that stilly hour, wo say, when all nature is hushed, that Adolphus suorcs enough to crack the oteriml granite foundation of the uni verse. There are places, no doubt, Lily, where you can find out by ascer taining what tho origin of this world is, but at this moment the required information has escaped our mind. Boomeraug. Tho four larcest churches in the world aro said to bo of tho Baptist denomination. Spurgeon's, in Lon don; that of the Telugus, nt Ongule; ono in Gcrmauy, near tho Russian boundary, and tho First African Bap tist Church, Richmond, Va. It is a rcmaakable fact that every timo Governor Blackburn pardons a man in tho penitentiary ho Eends a commission of Colonel to some other lellow. Thero is a deep hidden mean ing in this. Etown News. Ono dollar and olovon cents is ex- penned nn eacn person nnuuauy uiuio support of tho gospel in this country, 82.02 per capita lor tho support of publio shoots, and $28 per head to keop up tho liquoMraffic. A whaTocaught fire on a railway dock in Boston and tho firo depart ment was called out to savo the skele ton. He had boou mounted for exhi bition aud the loss is stated nt 89,600. A St. "Louts boy drank" milk with out taking tho chow of tobacco out of his mouth. The milk washed tho to bacco down his throat, and ho died of nicotine poisoning. Matreises mado of needles from Bouth Carolina piuo boughs are said to cure pulmonary and rheumatic ail- men ts and au actiyo trade, in tbem lias been established, A healthy frog will reuiaiu alivo for days after its blood has bceu with drawn from its vessel and replaced by u solution of common salt. AjuvelTileglutton at Ashley Falls, Mass., recently Bucked 39 eggs on a wager aud wanted to suck a dozen tnoro for a dollar. T. Vf. VAIRON. WALLACE K. VABNON. .T. W. & W.E VAHNON, ATTOltNBVH Al? IA-"V, BTANFORI), KY. Office In Owite; A fckm'i Dew bulMlug up lUln. II. O. KAUPPMAN, A'lTOllNJilY A-t 31iA.W, LANCA8TEU, KY. Muter CounnlmloDcr and County Attorney. Will practlco In all tho Courts of (iarnrd and adjoining couutlia and In I lie Court of Arpeala. ALEX. ANDEHSON. ATTOIINEY A.T X.A.AV, DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In the Couruofllojloand adjoining countlea and Id the Court of Appeal!. GROCERS, St. Asaph Slock, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMP1ETE. f K ciiiItrnccH Staple and Fancy GrncuricH, Patent ami Family Flour, Meal, Itacon and Lard, Tobacco and Cli;uris Wood en, Willow and Tinware, Glasa and tiiceii8uarc. Cauiicrf AnodH ol nil kinds a Hiiccialtj'. ICenieiiibcr tho place, "The Corner Store." PENNY & McALISTER -DK1LXE IK- DRUGS, E0 OKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. PhjIeIni' rrrurlptlom accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. MAbTEUBON PEYTON, A.'X'U'O I IV IU AT X.AW. AND KXANIREB fOR TASKT COU2ITT, Ullt.KTV, KY. Will practice to all the Courts of Cuey and ad joining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Dpeciai aueimon giTcu 10 collections, umce utcf U.T. Pierce's stoie. DU. J. O. OAHPENTEH, STANFOltD. KENTUCKY Office orer Bobt. 8. Lytle's store. Office houia from S to 3J and 7 to 9 r. u. J. J. WILSON, DENTWT. STANFOltD, KY Uffico aud Residence, Upr Main St. To toip prain in corn land or any ordinary lalul no preparation is needed where this implement is used; nmpty drirt into the field and go to work teeding. THE -s9L.IL.:OIC3Nr HARROW, CULTJITATOR & SEEDER. Three First-Class Implements Combined in One. Making the leaf and cheapest implement cier produced. An implement that it indispensable in i tcry crop cultitxited. LEE P. UUPPMAN. SUUG EON DENTIST, HTANFOllD, KY. Office South side Main Street, two doors abore the Myers Hotel. Pure Nitrous Oxide Oas administered when required. tUBS U. CMOHQAN, D. D. B. OENTIHT. Will Le In Stanford one week of each month, from Urat Monday. Dental rooma InSLAsspli Hotel, orer oico'isicr a "(" ooeBlen.JAi Lancaster utvv wwoi m u.v roin third Monday Dentsl rooms In Masou Mouse. Ifeeilfcn. Pure nitrous oxld Ee administered wuen necessary. 462 tr The Albion fcprlug-Tooth Sulky Harrow and Set-dor, For less money tlum required to obtain a grain drill, which can only be utilised in one nup, this implement can be had, uhich vill put in alt kinds of small grain in the very best tKUUkr i;i less time and triVA less labor than the best grain drill made. IuTJIXT5I2R ! Fencing and IlullJliiK Lumber for talo at Mill 2mlleaNiulh or HUhland, this county. Orders solicited ..r Timber. Joins. Studding. Lattice, Ac, either Oak or Poplar. Prompt atteutlou tl- Excelsior Art Robins EDWARD H. JF0X, Propr., North-halt Corner of Main and Third Streste, DANVILLE. - - KENTUCKY Hating recently renlted my rooms with all or the modern luiprureiucuts, 1 now hare the Plnt'Dt Unllcry in Cciitrul Kentucky I Whcu rou wlall Dans ille, don't tall to call and see rue. liespectfully, 48l.il r:liVAltl II. VOX, Photographer Ky. Oeoloeleal BurTcy Stanford Female College. NT,NFOKI, KY, With a FulhCorps of Teachers, Thlsjostllullon will open Its TblrleeiilU Bculoo on the d Muudsy In beptemUr next. A I.I, Til K DKANCUBJOKA THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUl.SE Are tsujht, aa well as MUUIO. TUB LANaUAQEU. DUAW. INO AND PAINTINd. Position of Teeth and Later while at work. Then by detaching the Seeder ym luive the bat Harrow in the trw W, onelhat vill do mute uork once noinn onr tie around than an irdinary harrow vill tn a dosen, besides doing the vuik faster and uith wore em. ii I tsE9HHiHBP&i TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prlcee rauje from Ii3 to 50 In lb regular DetiarlmenU. Primary, IU; Inter mediate f0; Prcrakuy, 140, and Collegiate, fW. , or full particulars, aa to Board, 4c, address MKN. H. . THUKIIKAKT, sMuelpwl Stanford, LlnejlpGi., K, Position of Teeth and Leter while sot lu use. Alter planting your crop, by remoting three Ueth you can thoroughly jiuwrue the sod, cubnule anddestrtheKeedtintuvroKtoeornatatime,athingtluitno(4hereultnitorua At first ttatett, here it nn iinplemeat that can be used in ettry ervp eulttwted and one that a m celled in turn by any other implemcnt;durable and ttuple. Fanncri, ton ami see: if, get s. pie and try it If it dot not do what vc claim for it, ut do not mint your menry. GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanford. Ky. W. Iu WJTHliRS, AgU Ianeatlcr, Ky J. 11. llJiVA', Agt., Richmond, Ky. , y , xytftJAXS. AalL llustunville, Ky. Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. I have cultivated mycrvp of corn tkueeaum vdh At Albim OvinbUed QuUUator, llamm atw! ikedcr and can tay ml W haUatton that a it the best harrow or cultivator I ha ve ever teen. Can plow ten acres of corn a day uOh all eate U iott tk work perfectly, and lean cheerfully recommend it to vy fanner fnendt. Shot U. Muntgomeiy. To mw grain uith this Seeder no eitra hand in reqvirpl to clean it from fltkatthUU A Jn by tht Ji iter tn'lAottf ttoping or getting off hit teat.