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VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1888. NO. 305. GEORGE O. BARNES GOD 18 LOVE AND HOMING EL3K AMIA.IHI3 Mr.lllDIAN.MlM.JAN HI 1883 Dkak Intrkioh: I haven't b;wi HUlk tnr. Only nick. Not loo ill to preaoli Uod Only not tqiml lo willing .For one mutt lt milt In uuu pen, nit how can n poor fellow ilo that with molten demon with whlto.liot feet ilanclnit n hornpipe up and down the eciatic new? Ye! the old enemy luck airaln, end looking -very like he hud "eeveu other, worse than hlmoelf," nloni?, with fell purple to "enter in and dwell," unking the "laat elate won-e than the firm." Wolch arrttwement I do not propo to eiilinlt lo, 1 faith and pray er, con lined to th ue of ecriptuml "oil," can prevent it And I think It nan. How Kind I am that 1 know the I.OKD a Imle better than I dhl when before availed, Yta a pood deal better, I feel The (hint: came nhaut in liiling my port tninteaii quickly mid netting a terrible wretc'iof the back. 0' coure I know there waa aaini'lriini; behind that, I am not quite ante yet. what it waa, and if I knew, would not Irll anybody. That la uiy limlneee and nobody elee'a Hut It happen-ed the day o( arrival at Jackson, and the next day after I KOl another epinal hitch, in lifting, that finished the job The pain went lo lii old epnl, aa to onnuenial quarter, which il had vacated reluctantly 15 yeara before, and from that on our Jackson vi.it will be amnriated with about a diamal fortnight of uflering aa I ever expect to rX perience. We fought it though on that dreary line not losing a elni(le eervice not "giving 'ce by mibjecllon, no, not for nn hour," Paul aald; hut it waa terrible work. I can never force! it The LOKD'H "grace wa etifiicieni," ihoui(h the ''thorn In the lleeh" rankled unreoioved. The of the MiMtippi Legislature cave me a respectful hesrint! and many aeemtd 4ulln Interested. 8.1 I waa bound to preach hi long a I had a lee to etand on; and after that reaoiirae failed, while I could alt in a chair and talk. Thi waa the cae the laal three dv Hill, I'raiae the LOUD, we never once thought of mopping, till tie work waa done. And eo, though ' in wealcne and pnlnfulnea," 1 never frit more uptnurne in the Spirit' power; and never preached with more fervent liberty in bit life. I mention thia onlr to the jiralro of Hi grice. Woo did it nil, committing Ilia ''trenetini" to uch an "earthen vearel" that it looked aa If it would "llv in to Inch bit" every time It tied. "Out of weakncvM made tronl" How often that ecriptnre came lo me in thoee di.mal two wcekJ It la an old aayipg; "It never raina hut pour," and we have all noticed what thrill ua with tho electric current of a jiereonal experience iu the famotia line of Isingfel low. Print them again Tney are ao true; and I have eo lately tiwled the .ad verity of , them "Never loopithaoarlnn Tulture On hi quarry In thdert, )a the ilck and wound! bison, Jlut another vulture watching From hi hl(h aerial lookout, Heca the downward plunge and follow.; And a third pursue th aeeond, V)inlDft from the Invisible ether, First a x.k, and then a vulture, Till the air li dark with plnloni. Ho disaster come nlalnlr; Hut aa If they w.tehed an I waited, (canning ona another' motloua, Wheu the Aral deaoends, the other 1'ollow, follow, gathering Hound their victim, alck and wounded, Flrat a hadow,then a Borrow, Till tho air U dark with anguish." The Troupe KvangeliqtiB were eorely be eet in the capital of Mitippi. Ix it not written in that faithful " Diary?" Perhaps eomo of it In the link of Kwineuihrance, to be opened one cUy nnd give in Joy in the recollection of what wan not at the lime. 4 joyouH, but griovoita" -exceedingly. Our Rood Dr. Ort't wi hi aoticilom about my mill irio. J and one day mid to ma "Hrolher Hemes when you anointed me and praveii for mo, I atibuiii'ed to the protean, jimt na vou mw fit lo ndiiiinialer ihs ordinance. Yni were my epiriiiil doctor; aotinij in the Ur.t I'nymolait'e nume Now I want you to let me do Houiethmc for your ecintica. I knoVwnat m cood for It. I will not ak you to lake a doe cf medicine, but Will make muiple npidicttion that no one, whatever bin faith, ouht to object to." ThtiH far our "beloved phyaician " And I consented, more to plewe the ood, hearled flieud ill ui anythinK ele. Hin application wan niuiply a urtei of of cotton betting, ccieulifically adjusted, according to full anatnuilcal knowledpo o where the nerve Mr and etitehed ctrefully to my underwear, toiiohiiiu the bare lleh at very needed point. It q lile biui, (etlinc it all m pliuu, jiut tociiit him; and the old t pint of me mtdistl tiraciiuioitdr bcan to bliB in Uia oy ns ho care In minute direct) mi Nov, here in a aitupte alateoient of fact', thua far, connec ed with the cotton hitiiii j. I umeuro It lepreaeniH luve and kindnert nduperh uttdical nkill, as far ai the doo tirwne ooncernwl. Unlit la the eimple truth that the day and niijlit I donned It, I suffered ilio most exqulaite torture, to X cjnceivablc. The nuguUh cme in p yin, until it ceemed aa if lh old ntcln" were coinc to piece. The dear troupe were aluijat he hie lhem'elvo4 with alarm fur me at time. And thia acute eutVoriiu went on, cea.lnc after awhile the ptroxyniii il form, until the uloed and we uauie to Merid tin I thought achaiue of air would help, but it didn't I endured torment, after here equal to J.ickani A we woit In churuii Uat m,: I 1 aaid to my deiroioH; '-I wumltr If that cotiou bat. UtU I'XnlbitM luck of 'aith, Hiid eo birx the y tolliediar LOItD'd bealinc touch?" Tue thoucht crew from the to 'probab.e" aa we talked it over I aaid then: ' I will it oil in ihe morninc and trutt thn LOUD alone." You may bulleve it or not, dear reader, but in oon aa the waa tnken I felt heller. Laat rdcht I eiood without Iroulile through a lnn tervio; a'epton my left aide, with preure on thn left ecialic nrrre, for the tirl tune aiuce my .attack; and aince le.tvinK it Cifl thia moruinc, have hardly felt a iwinwe of pain to-day. Tne prixif of ouvalexcence ia tin letter, that I could no more have wrilluo ycxicrday, or any lime a fortnight bicic. without acony, than I could have lliwn to the moon. I have penned It with aa much eaaaaud a uailal, ill my bel health. It i wonderful I junl mention it for the aake of thoe who can learn the Icmhi, Ech mii't learn it for himelf or beraelf. Yet aain -co the leun Co mm to me: "He that hath eara lo hear, let hirn hear" the LOKI) would leach u that, trhatever other may do.lt will not du for ua Uj meddle with focallel reuiedial 'mean." You know I have not qnarrelled with lhee in the cae of olhera Hut I think I ai there la a diatinct cinlroverv with ''maana" in my on cie, nimply Lecauau I have known the LORD aa my ho long and eo diatinctly, that what mixhl be innocent in oilier ia full of guilt to me. Ho I bear Ihe voice that interpret these pawing event to me it may be a leon to Attain 'He that hath eara, let him hear, Borne may aav,' Don't 'holler' till you're out of the wood " My anwr in, "I am nut to day, anyhow, if never another day." And the IfMfon I the aame, if through any miohap l ahoutd gat into trouble ayain "Huilifiient unto the day la the evil thereof." I have ooly lo letrn to-day' eeon Who would have thoui(ht the devilcould have Tiund an amhuih behind a ll tke of white cotton, laid on with Ihe tender band of truant love and aympith? Where can he not hide, if pwr litnucl huiiI but ive him the vantage cround? Hern ia another point, like the quinine and uij'tard of taat Tiir, f.r e.iuM to cruel It jei abotn; and olher to learn lewoo of wimlom from Oia'i meat, in.itini'.i poj. " eon About Meridian anoo, if O.iJ will. All well and happr. hver in Jeu. Geo O Haii.vkm Ilox. Jkki'fihos Davis, whom we be lieve hiatory will cretlit with beim; the vreateat man Intellrcttlallr of his day, writea aa follow in reponaa ft an invita tinn from the Ml'Mmlppi leialature to it: "It would v'iye me ureal plenture lo meet tii representative of the people I hive erved j lone, and have loved eo much. It i reasonable to eucv:et the lime i neAr at hand when I ahall yo Hence forever, and I would lie ttlac' peronally to know men of the preeot uenefUiun lo whom the deliny of Iiiiippi ia to hit contl led pi frnui Hit' time of her territorial exietence ha binrne an honuable ptrt in the allair ofthooouutry and Imaaliruiik from no which puriotleui demanded, teatiuiony hhoiio woo oome down to you from the pat age, I can appUud the chivalry and integrity of old M'mUeippi and my hinheat wii i her fu lire reoord mav ba worthy of her pai " to Nkw Oklkans and Mo iiu.k -Now i ihe time fir trip to New Orlean or M ibile, on MirdlUrf, Feb. 1 Ilo, nnd lite rfeek previoii the (In if ciiea will he i4der tiuu ever before in their llialorv. To enable everyone lo euj if the maeuiticeut Mardt lira fejiival etn ill expenee, round trip noknu nl oue I .re to Xew Orlean and M ihlle will In oll by the Queen and (Jreecent H u e on S h end live following day, mouiI to leiuru until Feb. US ti Wuh it tritluipli.il urnutl tmhllu re,rep;iou, pirnli'H end bell, M rdi Gree a crocraiiiine of not excllel tir any hialorio paueaut of the old world. Riiueuibir tne Que-Mi ia the direc. rtuil qtiick r nit Mouth. That Rarest of Combinations. Q'ruo dolicacy of flavor with truo otllcacy of action hns boon nttnlnod in tho famous California liquid fruit ramctly, Syrup of Figs. Its pleasant tnsto nnd boneflclnl effects linvo rendered it Immensely popular. Itcloansca tho System, cures Costive ncss, etc. Forealo by A. It, Penny, Ranfoid. Prof. Wiecina and all ol the othor proph et may fail in dry weather, but Oanler'e chicken Gaoler cure never fail. If it doe your mouey will be refunded by Mrltonerln ' & S at c. 2t O d man ArhueklH ha Veiiiied to pay hi "Hiinnie" hbr 445,000 and ooaieaml Imu U ken nn sppeal. THINGS IN GENERAL. Certain pecutiaritiea of country editor are readily accounted for upon Ihe theory that illon la drawn from the acierinlio HUrroundince of their favorite loafing place. If the editor loiter about tho baukH, hi frequent article, upon finance hear tho impie of KHKocLntion with "mouey devil." If ho tarriee about the drill! alore we at once detect a penchant for local Rip and rr vamped almanac jike. If ne loaf at the nut and fruit more the certain reault i n c intraction of idea and a diarrhun of word. Durinc the month ol July lat Mr. Ham waa bitten by a copperhead enake and for eouiatiaie it wa feared ahe would not re cover, but ahedid and recently preieited her huabind with two fine boy. - I'ioeville Meenier. Iiit'aee; thia ia Februarr one two three but it' no uae to count tiou; we don't believe thia i,inis'tllar Hn.ike yarn, anyhol An enterpriini; piiblither ia collectinc and clarifying; Kmaa Ilea with a view of publishing a new aerie of text books for a proposed echool for the education of real efate aent and country jouraaliata. The following i a apecimen for the primer edition, intended for biuinnerx: "A Rentle man near Junction City painted a black circle on the end of a log and returning to it in an hour found 300 rabbits lying around it. They thought the circle was a hole iu the lo,; anddadied their brain out againat it" A blacksmith here na applied for a copyright for a blank certificate (not tranafera hie) for Ihe ue of tailor and dreamker Kich purchaser of a party coatume or dres suit ia to be furnnnel wiin one of theee cerlifnttec, which may be pinned to the garment when worn at all public gather injc of upper ten society. If thia plan i adopted by the ' baat of eociety" it will afford perfect protection against the appearance of men in hired euita and women in cat-oil robe. It will look a little queer for the ariatocrac? to to go lo the crelentialri, b'tt they'll soon become accutomd to thn. Liuiavilln is supposed to be a cood fUld for the introJuc tion of the enlerprte A venerable friend who says he appreci ate the advice given the aged in thia col ii m ii of U't Mm, the following sug gealiona to the "20 year old Methuelums" of thia aiieof which he culls from Iiek't Latter tj Living Peron: "At the age of 20 you have reacned a period when lime will atop ehort and tarry with you for a space of four or five yens. You have co mo to the happttsit time of all human To In happy I to be eati'fisd with youraelf; and you will never enjoy th'senaation o perfectly aa you do now. 'Ihereare men of niOHty who are laboring hard and painfully to acquire aome of the knowledge whicn yon already pneaead You are, moreoyer, relieved from many of the r strictionr under which other people labor. The irkaome reatrtin'a of courfexy, reaped lor old age and a tender consideration for the feeling of olher are spared you When you rellct that your artistic instinct is superior to that of John Kuakin or Pnilip Gilbert Usuiertou, that it is for Hrowningond Teunyaon to write, and for you to tnat you can have your own opiniMi of Tyudal and Herbert Spencer, it uiuat m ike you atipremel happy jilat to contemplate your auperior character and attainment. Hut you should be warned thai thia of felicity h brief nil you mtit in a few years drop to the level ol the rest of in, when you will find someone wailing to ac:ept the offer you will probably make and purcnae you at 0!) per cent, discount on y ur face value." fliK Claiu Him. Humiiuo. Byr.- f Ion, the ul known c irrrepondent, i au thority for the statement that ex Justice Strong has declared the Hlair Elocutional hill unconstitutional, and it is eo regarded by the Uutted Slate Supremo Court, ot which he wa till recently a uietnhtr. It is fiirtner stated that the leading lawyers of the Sennte are of thes'ime opinion but that "they eay privntely thef wii to get the nreJu ' f aiipinr'liig the bnl nnd then let Ihe Supreme Court overturn it." This ia an extraordinary statement, but there is donhile much truth in it, l'ne Hlair bill ha tnkcti up much of toe lime of the 41)111 Cingreas It i likely to rentier the 60th Oingrr alo Ii't it lluis to pit' an 0 id o too huuibti? Cnieao i'rihune. "Vnt i a 'seedle' raiiii, and how i it produeeo?" was ssked of an importer of fruils "The next ttuio you eut piece of mince pie," he replied, "you will Hud the rsim in it if the 'meal' has been properly made It is a small, cream color ed fruit ah tut thee'ziof a eooaoberry, anil is ujed VHith an uubroteii skin I comes liom Smyrna and is clled Iho 'Sultana.' I. is i.rown setdlessfimply by 011-of llie laws of niture. V ten thu arape 1 about lil' np tae end of t e vine 1 bant and buried in the i; round. I'tii prevents the foruiation of the eend and the full 0 Ihe fruit, bu it ripens all the eauie and ha n delicious il ivor rimes. V. Frsi'er, oldest drugit in Jxirt: on. asigned nfier compouiidiug physio for UtJ years, ,1 MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Dr. Davis, Superintendent of Schools, will be rady to pay the. teichers of this county next Friday. O illy Hiyei, aged" 00, who was thrown from a horae during Coristnias and serious ly injurod, died Sunday. It. O. Williams has taken the devil's place in the Signal oflbe. TbomaB Mel-calf, of vour wa in town Friday. W. II Fox, formerly compositor and asMooiale editor on the Signal, at this place, has accepted a portion in Liuisyille and is no longer connected with that paper. M Harrett, Supervisor on the South end of the Knoxville Division, has been transferred to the main lino and J. R, Ai-kens takes his phice on this line. Tho charter of Ashland Lodge, No 370 F A. & Y. M., haa been surrendered. All members of the lodge can get demits by remitting 3 to the Grand Secretary, Louisville. The Paris KuitucLian ;tells of the in that city of the Livingston Coal Comp my witn $00,000 capital. The plant 1119 arrea of land naar Living-Ion, on RockraMle River, which was so successfully developed by George Sambrook, deceased, anil the coal is of a very supersor quality. A hundred additional miners will be put to work at once. Tne principal place of buainess will be Pari. W, S. Mills paugh, of the Kentucky ('antral, is president, J. B. Northcott, treasurer, and W. A. I! icon, secretary. W. K Singleton, a photographer, for merly of who lat one time made pictures at this place, has just secured in a Louisville court, a verdict for $2,500 for false imprisonment. Two years since Singleton was arrested and jailed at Jacksboro, Tenn., at the instance of the Express Company, on the charge of package from their office at Jel lico. After lyin in jail biz months the cae was distuitited Snortly, after be was released he instituted suit in Louisyille with Judge Hargis, Sam M. Burdett and other attorneys to prosecute it. Toe Attorney (Jeoeral,, has received in four years, in addition to bis salary of $-500 per annum, two per cent, on judgments rendered in the Court of Appeals and Superi or C inrt, $7,2.10; fees under act of March, 1SS2, f 9,8t!0; lee paid by order of the governor (or services in the Supreme Court caeofthe Commonwealth vs. railroads, $5,000; as Director of the Penitentiary, $749; amount from the State treasury for other legal services $18,03S. This is an average of $10,861 per year. Just think of it, nearly $11,000 per annum to P W. liar din, who has been elected for a period covering 12 years! And there is probably not a Couimonweiltn'e Attorney in the State who is not his superior a a lawyer. The place of Attorney Uenertl has almost gone begging tor eeyeral years, the imprewton being that it paid only about $3,500 per annum. The Legislature will do well to inquire into that "act ol Marco, 18S2," by which Mr. Hardin has gathered Hi $9 800, as well a the items embracing the "amount paid out ot tne S ate treasury for other legal per vices," liy which he has been enabled to stow away ihe spleadid little fortune of $18 03S in four years. O renaboro Mes eeuger There are very few counties in the State that will not support n good county paper. The trouble is too many men who r ere born to he ox drivers imagine them selviB to be cut out for editor, ajd when ihey fait they hy the blame on the people. Some of ihe and must proaperous newspapers in Kentucky ere published in the moat unfttvnrnble localities, Tne reason fur this is iliHt ihey are in the hands of competent newnpaper men fOwensboro Meas'nger. A cow was bulcne.red 111 La Cruee, Wis , the other day, and when the contents of the stomach wero ex-mined there were Intind a eilver quarer of a dollar, to 01 e inch wood screws, six carpet tack, 23 shingle nails, two large knitting needles ami one street railway apike ihre inches lortR, W. M. Arc a Mewi appoiuled post maier Diman, Whit'ev count., Bucklens'sArnica Salre The lsst aalve In the world for Cut, Hrulwi, S?orv, Ulco", Khemn, Korer Sore, Tetter. ClnpiHvl llaudi, Chllblalna, Coma, ami all 8 Win Kruitions, and positively ctirea 1'llw, or no pay It 1 guaranteed to tftve perfect or in ney refunded, l'rlce, 23 cent per box. For tale by A. IC.I'onny, Sunfonl, Ky. Their Business Booming Probably no one thing haa ciuaed inch a rovira of tmdant A. it. I'enny'a Drug Store aa hi giving away to hi customer ol 10 maay froe tilal bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery HI ludets simply enorianu In thl very valuable article from the fact that It always ourea and uever dUappotnt. Cough, Colds, Aathiua, llrnnchltls, Croup, and all thrnat and lung dleae ipilckly cured. You cad test It before buying', by getting a trial bottle free, lairge tlza St. Kreri bottle warraiued Brace Up You are feeling depressed, your appetite I poor, 7011 are bothered with Headache, you are ndgelty lie rroua uud genfrally out of aorta, aud waul to brace up. llrace up, but not with alluiuUnta prtug medicines, or bitten, which have fur their basis very cheap, b d whisky, a d which you for an hour aud Uen leave you lu worse condlilou than beloro. iVIiat you want Is au alterative that will purify your blood, atart hoalthy action ol Liver and kidney, reature your vitality and elve rvuewtd health and atrongth. tiucn a medicine you will And lu Klcclrlc Hitter, and onlvSU cents a bottle at A. it l'fnny'i Drug btore, COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS. 110 YAL (Absolutely Pure).. .HHHHHMHHHHKHnHrSHHHHl CHANT'S (Alum i'odcr).HHHIHH9HHHMHHHMHHI ItlDIFOKD'S, when frctb.. H HAXrOKU'S, when fresh... I HT.DHKAIVS CHAH3I (Alum Towdcr)... AMAZON (Alum rodcr) . CIiEVrLANI)'S(iiortwt,oz.) riONEEIt (San Francisco).. CZAB DR. PRICE'S SNOW FLAKE (Oroiri).. LEWIS' PEARL (Andrews & Co.).... HECKER'S GILLET'S ANDREWS&CO."Rcgar Mllwutn, (uonuiai a mm.) DULK (Powder sold loose).... H RUMFORD'S.whcauotfrfshB REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS A.stoPurHynnd'WliblcsoinciicssoftlicRoynlBnkinffPo'CT'clor. " I have tested a packaco of Royal flaklnc: Powder, which I purchased In tho open market, and Und It composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a cream of tartar (lowder of a high degree of merit, and docs not contain cither alum or phosphates, or other injurious substances. E. Q. Love, 1'h.D." " It Is a scientific fact that tho Royal Baking Powder Js absolutely puro. . "II. A. Mott, l'h.D. " I havo examined a packaeo of Royal Baking Powder, purchased by myself fn tho market. I tlnd it entirely free from alum, terra alba, or any other injurious substance. IICNitv Moiitok, Ph.D., President of Stevens Institute of Technology." "I have analyzed a package of Royal Baking Powder. Tho materials of which It is composed aro puro and wholesome. S. Dana. Hayes, Stato Assayer, Maes." Tho Roval Baking Powder received tho highest award over all compctltora at tho Vienna AVorld's Exposition, 1873 ; at tho Centennial, Philadelphia, 1870 ; at tho American Institute, New York, and at Stato Fairs throughout tho country. No other artlclo of human food has ever received such high, emphatic, and universal endorsement from eminent chemists, physicians, scientists, and Boards of Health all over tho world. Note Tho abovo Diagram Illustrates tho comparative worth of various Baking ' Powders, as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof. Schcdlcr. A pound can of each powder was taken, tho total leavening power or volume in each can calculated, tho result being as indicated. This practical test for worth by Prof. Schedler only proves what every observant consumer of tho Royal Baking Powder knows by practical experience, that, whllo It costs a few cents per pound more than ordinary kinds, It is far more economical, and, besides, affords the advantage of better work. A slnglo trial of the Royal Baking Powder will 'onvlnco any fair-minded person of theso facts. While the diagram shows some of the alum powders to bo of a higher degree of strength than other powders ranked below them, It Is not to bo taken as Indicating that they hivo any value. All alum powders, no matter how high their strength, are to be avoided as dangerous. B. S. MABT1N. JKO M. PKKKINS BaoDHXAD, Ky., May, lsS7. Albright A Martin beg to Inlorm their many friend and custouivaaol oecbango in firm namt MAItTIS A PKItKIXN. The now Arm hope nol only to sustain the rep utatlonofthoold, but IntinJK to tuaan many In the manufacture ol tobacco whlcn will be to the Interest ol our Wo will devote apecl attention to our Natural Lent brands of Kentucky' hvei leaf Thanking you fur put favor and asking tor a continuation of your trie we remain, our, flAltrtK ? K JAN. Posted.. Thl 1 to'nntlfv the public tbnt we will not rr mlt any hunting or any other trespanlt.g on our farm, but we will puntih any person or person o trespassing to the full extfii tot tho law, Nov. 4, 1SS7. J. i. II UK PRPVtiKS. V. M. sroOSA MOKE. A.. II FK I. AX It, J. il. Mlttlslill, Wl 1,1. 1 A 31 IlKCK. V J IOUISVILLK. Ky. .tlEV.S FiiKi Furnishings, Undorwear, llosiory, Gloves, Fine Custom Shirts, my arr.ci.i.TY,i 4th and Main. A. Omni! tf'oMibijmliojt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And thu Louisville- Weekly Courier-Journal One year for ouly pipers lor lllll more than tho price 01 one. Ily paylnK ua S3 you will receive Mr one yeai your home paper with Ihe Courier-Journal, th tiwpapr uf ilia South, democratic and for a tariff for revenue only, ami thu ltat, brightest and ablnat lamtlv weekly lu tho United litatea. Thoie wlin deMie to exaimuu Ljjilf copy of e do i at hl otir DIl. VV Ii PX'rsNV, mi ti nrrft iv)ii 1 uoicy . jr m " x wmfmm'fiQ. OOitB ou Urnetjlflatrfel, rext door to Iain. MOB Jol1KAotlf, Dito iiulitt Iroin & lalV a. u.aud 1 I08 P. M, AnratlieticxUijIatttorea wtr Q4ce.aij, '?. One of the Most Sesirnbln Building-Lots in Stanford, South aide Main street, opposite Christian churci lot and adj lining the PieahUerlan church lot. Fo- ter na, price, Ac , call on D Wearen. .'Mf .IKSMliF 11 KA It EX. E H.TOX, Haar'iinre'1 t'i hlae'a'it niw bulldlui; tti I i luiter than ever 'o arc imuiiel itn thn public with tl 10 pictures from Fbotorapbilollfoa'ze. Silblactlon guar-tee I. WOOD WALLACE, Successor lo Wall c A Cochian, 513 4th St. Ky THE GEiVTS' FURNISHER ami auks r rent Til 1: I am dallv openlnii an el.iftut 'l-n- it SiirliiK aud Miniiilir ' J.I l.-v; all Tho Latest No7sltim of the Season Aleo Votlon, such a Huudltorcaier. Collars and Ciiiri Kii'iiln f Uurtle, etc You w Hi ti'iii iuh At tue rimiua Ulel vacated by Hinl-le A Wirru, iiTi il 1 't ' tin Myer Houae. it' I VK HI IHH.lt tit. WALTON'S OPERA HUUSE, rirAtaMlttUi K-Y. VVAL'i'OH BROS. - - .'ropriotore. Blr of tilKRe, 2oxW El tat conn lete set ol Soon, ery 6atlog l.ijtlty, Intruding gallery, natilra'" In xowl attractlont. lHS's. Harper's B?.25ai?! I.lt. r.itetf. Mariei's lii r i a home Journal. It couitduea clio c It tratu.w and tlnv art lllu iiailnni with Ihe laieai liitelllge tw mJirniK liie tutitom Kactt liUmlier baa clrereuai au.l alu.ri doriea, practical ai d ti'ueiy i.3y ijn' l I'l.'im huuiuroul ele It" i"Mn 11 miM" nil fishliin plain a,ipplu,un a ln ulm.e lie i lidlv lo .ivo luany tllllrslilHOOll Of III" UUrC IpiiOII Mild plJWHOU cUIhiIiu tt, iltturjiu. , housn ktepniiEia all II biKiiCes. ) , etc , It udul iu 1 )pii h ami a tiui tro of ecoiiuiuy. 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