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Jail I If fnartgh fcif In. , A Hi rata ,nra rnwrt ft rmupanr An..naaara.t.J Wilkin li lt janM l-rfla U'f'i IllaaiUkI, W.MUlt.r inaalairl.ll- In Inf ullnrv In rmalrrale, Jnhn, Al kllaaalnirlrn.lrawalt Itaf lanklaf-ajaaa will ! kw Ulh YiMrwIf nnl raring Mala, AnJ Rtuwk Ian, tnl othr, lhln Wnlrh mala n Saaappaafanm, If tan ran ltur;anl II, lhar M III l-ntlaf Hni Jaar ham. HoMnthlan Inaf atatliaralrUrra, Jl,n, fHtlianl NMtljr.lon Vnar l(r will l a plclaia, Jalia, lrt thai rwlBr for an ItamaMlvf anal Inn nlaa Man vatj t "A kilaajMTnwIlkln II, la tartar Ikan a afWrilll nana. ttltn. Mrlrrlag amy Mlftuln A nl wna aarl aa In (wiling, Jnhn , lamr nil. ran J. II ta.1, I W lira la Mala Iba Mrlt lira li Wllw lar Ikan jra.li ha naallrr If aark day ni .Wi llrlng Uilrr U Ikr UMa, Twill Ultrr rrll'h I.; n. I.J. Wnrn aaa, ara Mlar al4n I'af nil fan bur ftar ttftonar, Jibn( Manay naraaj titt j Jay. If fan wnaM bar Jawr Ilia lu.nMin.H'n, Then la a Lallrr way A Mla u ay la a (miliar.! I. lag (If llilagrau .k-alarallll) Whan II baaajaw'ar nman abw baa K. naanaf In kla araHrt. AnJ Maw wbm law aramarrbsl, Jkn, Ikml liy laatwlka lltU , It Iwak Ibatn Many a lallaunia rar Ta fain I hair aarlaj lilrha i .n.l aa yaw fain Ilia aunnult, Jakn, tnk wall twyawr Uflnnlnf, AnJ Ikan will all yaw win rrrwy ThararaaaJ Ull f nlnnlaf lltllll rnfaV f lvanicr Jfrll. Kcnieinlicr, joung friem), that llie worlil is olilcr tlmn you nrc lijr several ) cart j that for llimiisnJs r jean it liui been full of amartcr ami lictter joungniiM tlmn jountlf ; tlmt ulicn llierdint llm glolxs rnt nliirlingoii, ami I lint nut onn man in n liunilrol millions uent lu ilia funeral or even licanl uf liit ilralli. l(o at tmnrt as joti can, uf cnurae. Know as much as ou can, tlinl (lie light ul rour niiilont abniail in tlio MvrM, but ilou't try lu ilaulc or rutmiiili mi) Ixnly uilli It. Ami ilon'i imagine n tiling is so ilniplo liccauaa you lii:i tu think it if. Don't be too wtty fur your dtfa cr bocauao lir knom 10 much Iws , than yu iln. He titnl tu think lie lyu tt much smarter than his father ns jiiii I hi nk j ou are smarter than yours. Tiic uurlit has great nrol uf yuung men, but no greater necil than tho you up men have of tho wotM. Your clothew fit lieltcr than your father' fit him ; they cost more money ; they are mure slyljsh. lie mot to bo as straight nml nimble, as )uii are. He, loo, n'rha(, thought liis father oltb fjihionol. Your inuuiUcho Is neater, tho cut of your hair is U'ttcr, ami you arc prettier, oh, far (irellier than "pa." Hut young man tho oM gen tleman gets tho biggcit salary, nml his homely, scrambling siguaturo on the hutiiicti end of a check nil! drain more money out of tho bank in five minutes than you could get out with a ream uf paper nnd n copper plate signature in six mouths. Young men are usilul, and Otey n ru oriiaiiicutal, nml mo all lore (hem, nnd wo couldn't engineer a pic nic without them. Hut they are no liuvclly. They havo liocu here before. Kvery generation has had n full supply of t Item , nnd will havo tu the end of time; nnd each crop will think them M'Ivck tpiito abend of tho but, ami "ill livo to Ijo called old fogies by their twins, (in ahead. Havo your day. Your tons will, by nnd by, pity you lor your old, old ways. Don't bo tiftaid your merit will lio discovered. lVople all over tho world arc hunting f ir y oil, nml if you arc worth finding, they will find you. A diamond is not 10 easily fouud m n ijuurU pebble, but people search fur it nil the more. I'hciiuliigical Journal. In tome placet rats havo become n gieat pest In faun houses und bams. Copperas Is tho dread of ruts. In every crovico or every hulo where a rat trends, scatter the grains of cop peras, ami tho result Is n stampede of rats and mice. Kvery spring a coat of yellow wash tu the cellars is a pu rlfleraswell ns a rat exterminator. To make a yellow wash add l pound copperas tu each half bushel of lime. Chickens nio strengthened and cured of cholera, by dissolving a small piece of copperas In their drinking water. Mr. Hliu, a conductor on the Hock Island Itailroad, was only five feet in height, nml Mr. Henry, it paenger, was almost seven, Henry put his ticket In his liatli.ind nnd stood up straight when the eonluctor- came along. HIIss could not reach the ticket, even by standing on Ids toes, ami his comic il cllorU uiado tho pas senger laugh uproarioutly; but, with out changing countenance, he brought a step Udder, loaned it against the big nun, climbed up to the ticket, und then went on at though nothing had happjiiod. An uljrii clock Is tut iiuuivessnry luxury in tlio hou.e where a wailing llfll I tlio lo VOLUMB IX.-NUAII3ER . IIKITIMIl .1 fVifirr fnrrltrr. ot n great while since n prominent physician of Denver, Col., was culled to attend n patient In what npcarcd to bo the Inat stages of consumption, but which upon cxnmlnatlon proved to Ira simply n wearing nnay of life il decay of tho energies of mind nnd body. Although well iiipplied with money, llm stranger was recmingly without friends or relatives. He wrotono letters and received none, An alien to the tender'nes and cliari tie which Miicllfy the alTectioni, he cemed to Ira drifting out of the world, in which for him all the flower of the heart had ierished a desolate old man, hastening' out of tho sun shine into the winter of tho grave. After making a thorough examination of the case, the doctor told him that although he could find no organic di- soaap, yet, ho was dying. 'I know it," replied the patient. "Have you no Men of what brought you to this plight?' nsked the Interest ed man of science. "It is a curious phenomenon. You have heard a' great deal about rases like mine moro as n visonary exag' eratlon or I'io fancies than as on ac tual occurrence but strange as it may npear, I am dying of n broken heart." "You surprise me." "Yes, I surprise myself. I did not come In your health giving climate as other do in search of a longer lease of life but to tlie in peace and alone, if I might." "Hut have you no fri.Mida!" nsked tho doctor. "So ono that I can claim. My past is sealed with the shadow of a crime, and over my nameless grave not even n memory must haver. I am already dead to all whoever knew my name." "You say you are a criminal!" pur sued the pliyiicUu. "No, 1 am not; but I nuumo stig ma tu shield another." "And that other?" "Was my loul" "And what was the nature of the crime: Tho curiosity of the physician had got the lieltcr of hi prudence. The shadow of twilight wero falling around them. Cloud of amethyst and 'gold li atcd lazily on the far-ofi hills. Hut in the chamber where the breath wns drnwn quick and short (hero was n stillness which seemed in keeping with the ghostly shadows. "It was murder V "And was fixed on you?" "On ineI assumed it, and then escaped but not to cvado the ven geanco of tho law, but tu spare to him I loved tho stigma of n felon' death." "How long ago wns this?" "Twelve years." "And havo you Ix-en n wanderer ever since?" "I'ver since." Tho feeble pulse was fluttering, tho ghuing eye sheathed under waxen lids, and tho shattered form was grow ing rigid momentarily. "Will you tell mo no more?" whis pered tlio physician, "It li nil I have tn tell." Tho next instant tho man was dead. Ho had kept his secret, nnd sacrificed his life In keeping it. A is rxlrtionllliiiru Kai,ii Mutch. At a party of young people In Par is conversation hapiened tn turn on tho subject of kissing, and tho ques tion was propounded who of tho young men prctcnt could boast of having given or being able tu give hi girl the most kisses. Various were tho replies this question called out. Finally n young man and the girl tu whom he was betrothed bet 200 franc that they could kls 10,000 time lu ten hour providing they would be allowed to tnko mi occasional glass of wine "be tween." Two person were appointed a committee to count the number of kisse, nml tho work began. During the first hour they counted 2,000 kiss es. Durlrg tho second hour the ktsj c were not nearly ns numerous, for they counted only 1,000. After the third hour, during which they man aged tobcoro but 750, further opera tion were brought to a snddcu stand still. The lips of tho young man were seized with a cramp, and he was car ried oil' In n fainting couditiou. The girl a few day later wa seized with braiu fever, which nearly carried her oil to n laud where kissing under auy form is iinkiiuwu. When the people who had won tho bet demanded their money, tho parent of tho girl refused to psy her share of it. The matter was then taken to tho courts, and there it was decided that the bet must be paid. There uic ninety-live lake In Iowa, covering an area of 02,000 acre. Khould those lakes dry up, as some uf them uro doing, the land will beloug tu the (lovernioent. Tho man who never smelt powder never came neur a woman' c1ierk. .1 hlrtttiu fYiaimtiirr. One of the most remarkable stories outside the regions of fiction will eu gago the Attention of tho Iaondon I'm bate Court early next session. Tlio circumstances of tlio cate, stated in n brief form, nppcar In be these: Homo tinio ngo n young gentlemen In ac cordanco with tho provision of a will in hit favor, Inherited annuual Incnmo of i2"),000 nnd a largo estate situated in n by no means unimportant county In Kngland. It was distinctly stipulated that ihe jC2"f,000 should lo the n mount pay nblo during his celibacy, nnd that from the day of his marriage, if ho con tracted n marriage, tho sum should Im increased to jCiO.OOO n year. Natur ally the fortunate heir had n decided desire to obtain tho full nmniint In which he wns entitled by wedlock, al though he entertained Iho si rouges t objections tn coinprniiiiing his freedom by marriage. The Ingenious youth fully and mix ioustv considered the situation, nnd at Inst decided tijion the courso which ho would pursue. Proceeding lu Iho Hay- maikct on n particular evening ho met a young femalo wlio.-e acquain tance he had only made a short liino previously, ami wliose position was far removed in a downward direction from him. To this woman he made overture of marriage, promising her an annuity of 2,000 in consideration of her considering the marriage tie dissolved a week after the performance of the ceremony. Tho otrer seems In have been rejected and an alterative advanced. The woman, it appears, signified her willingness to consent to an arrangement by which the estate of her suitor wns conferred absolutely ujxn her for six month, at the end of which pciiod it would revert to the assignee, and she would then bo en titled to her annual allowance of 2,000. Finding that she would not recede from thi proposal, the youthful! mil lionaire reluctantly agreed to it, and in the course of tinio tho marriage ceremony was performed. At the end of the succeeding week, the ficklo youth, aj determined upon, left his spouse and betook himself to his estate, and there developed an illness from which he never recovered. Hi ill ness having occurred within tho six month after his marriage, hi wholo citato ho passed to hi wife, and hi relatives have had resort to the ma chinery of tho law tu avert tho abso lute succession. Tlio case, I under stand, is likely to come lieforo tho l'robate Division of tho Divorce Court. London Cor. Alerdecii Scotland) Journal. 7ir iMbmr mf ait jVf fwa. Tho Iondon Timet, speaking of tho work of an editor, My it can only bo appreciated by those who havo had tho misfortune to havo soma experi ence in .it. The merest slip of the pen, nn epithet too much, a wrong date, n name misspelt, or with n wrong initial lieforo it, tho misinter pretation, tho most trifling offense tu the personal or national susceptibility of those who do not even profess to care for tho feeling of others, may provo not only disagrecablo but even costly mistakes, but they nro about the least of tho mistakes to which the editor is liable. The editor must bo on tho spot until tho paper is pent to tho press; and mako decisions on which not only tho approval of tho public, but even great causes may hang. Ho cannot husband his strength with comparative rcposo in tho solitude of a study of tho freshness of the green field. Ho must seo tho world, con sult witlt it foremost und busiest ac tors, be opeu to information ami on guard against error. All this .diould bo borne in mind by lloso who complain that journalism Is not infalli bly accurate, just aud agreeable. Ifwir ,Yii7iir'ii If iiuibiffN Here the Nautharit Arfi'a. During the season that Is now rap idly drawing tu il close, wo have bad all manner of patent medicine, brats jewelry, liniments and pills, and lu fact almost every article uf manufno turo sold at tho basiu by peddling auctioneers from the North. If the money these humbug havo carried from the city wa Invested in manu facturing we could have a cotton fac tory built here. After fourteen years of "freedom," mid tho million of dol lars that have been spent in Alabama within thuso years, the colored people remain just as simple and Ignorant as In tho days of slavery. Indeed, they ro more simple now than they wero twenty year ago. Hut few of them are capahlo of discovering tho did'er enco between n gold and a brass set of jewelry. They throw away thousand of dollars upon humbug, ami suiter for meat and bread. Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser. "1'u the biro wuu bund doU" is tlio way a half millionaire In Chester, Pu., wrote it, but they don't go buck on the cheek on that account STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH It), I880. llrmfrif In bcr the Editor, A man on the cars wns ofTercd a newspaper. He look il, looked at tho heading, nml then threw it aside with ilirgiut, nnd remarked i "I don't want nny news from that iwipcr." "I supiiofcd everybody rend it in theso parts," I answered. "Has It lcn pjiching into you?' Pitching into me?"' Orcat Ciesarl I should think It had. Hut you just let mo meet ihe editor of that paper!" "ion neicr mnke anything by striking an fdilor," I say; "lieltcr grin and liear it. "le, llistb all right for you to say; but jut let me meet that man I I'll show him bow to run n newspa er." "What did be do?" "Do? He did n ileal. Here's how it i; I often go In Springfield on the evening nnd conic liniue on the first train In the morning. Well, one night I met an old crony, nml wc went to Music Hall nml the theater. When ne came nut wo met some friends. Of J course I could not get right out. so I treated; in fuel, wo were having n pretty good lime, whin some fellow came in nml began tn rni-M n row. In less than no time tho police were in and had us. The next morning I was hauled lieforo iho court and fiued $7.-10. I did not care much, because I gave a false name, and I knew my wife couldn't find it nut; but the next morning I'll be eternally confused if that very paper didn't have it all in, and my name, too." "Did your wife seo il?" "I should say she diJ." "Did she make a fuss?"' "Fuss ! Godfrey Elihu 1 Are you married'" Springfield (Mass.) He publican. .1 li.ll,t,i,i. Sunday is a holiday in Paris. The theatres nml concert halls are open, while tho parks aro thronged with pleasure accker. As it is a holiday for servant ns well ns other work peo ple, many families of (lie middle class dine out, ami all the rcttaurnut are consequently fuller und gayer on Sun- lay than on any other day of tho week. The c.vinoj arc open as usual, Ihe cir cuses aro filled witli a special Sunday audience, and all purvcycrs of amuse ments aro beating tho big drum to at tract the public. With such a varied programme, it is no wonder that a man, no matter of what nationality ho may be, or what tnstes he may have, finds no difficulty in passing Sunday in Paiis. Picture galcries, churches, elegant promenades, theatres, shows in short, relaxation, amusements, instruction or cdificaliou aro equally within his reach. Kven Ihe lovers of pulpit oratory can have their tastes gratified, for in tho midst of all this gaycty the gospel is preached by Pro testant nnd Catholic clergymen. A ToraiiMi Nai'.iiatxvi:. -We onco heard tlio following touching in cident: Ai little bov had did. His body wns laid out in u darkened, re tired room, waiting to be laid in the cold, lono grave. Hi alllicted moth er and bereaved littlo sister went iu to look nt the sweet face of the precious sleeper, fur Ids face was beautiful even in death. Aa they stood-gazing on the fsco of one so beloved and cher ished, tho little girl asked to tako his hand. The mother at first did not think it best, but tho child repeated tho icqucst and Kerned very anxious about it. She took the cold, bloodless hand of the sleeping boy and placed It in tho hands of the weeping sister. Tho child looked at it a moment, ear- rcsscd it fondly, and looking up to her mother through tears of nllllction and love said : "Mother, this baud never struck inc." What could hae been mora touching and moro lovely ? It is thirty-four years sinco u large crock of butter was suspended by a roo lu the well on the farm of Abra ham S. Mylin in Lancaster, Pcnn. This old cust Jiu was a good oue for keeping butter fresh, but this particu lar lot was destined to never bo eaten, for iho rope broke, und for thirty-four years It ha rested securely in the bot tom of the well, Iut week tho well wa cleaned out, aud the butter wa again brought tu light. It was found tu bo as wluto as snow nml ns hard as adamant. It was not lo bo eaten, but kept ni n relic, and certainly is ono of tho most peculiar in existence. PliLI'AKINU FOOII t-Oll J.NVAI.IllS. A very simplo and expeditious war of cooking n little bit of chicken or fish for a sick person is lo butter a paper thickly, and place the food tu be cook ed within tlio paper, and place It on tho gridiron over a clear fire. A very short timo sulliccs lu cook it thoroughly; nml I havo often found that tu bo eaten when nil other mode of invalid cookery havo been tried iu in vain. Chambers . Journal. A wire man novcr puts Iho hot cud of a cigar In hi mouth more limn once rff 1'ittilnti. Tljcro is ono great evil lu this conn try which wc think the pulpit ami tho prcs ought In denounce moro fro- fluently thnu they do tint Is, tho habit of getting in debt and making no effcrt tn pay. Can n man be a consistent Christian and not strive to pay nil his debts ? Can a man bo n Christian and tint bo linnest ? Is a man who does not try lo live within his means nnd pay his debts nu honest man? If so, we do not understand Iho Dibit. .Should men who habitual ly disregard their financial obligations bo allowed to remain In tho church? Wr think not, and think that n man's being n member of the church ought tn be a letter of credit In nny part of the glnlw where the Christian religion prevails. Hut it Is not the case; fir from il, ns there arc een tome minis ters whose sermons do no good because they nro preached by men who aro nut considered honest by even men of lha world. Whisky U pronounced tho great evil of this country, nnd it is n great cumo ; but we doubt whether It docs moro harm to the cause of the church than tho lying and dishonesty of sober church members, whoso promise to pay is not worth the paper it is written on. Tho church is not the place for fraud and dishonesty. .a m a -S'tfaf Itarrn, The running horse in this country! not so valuable as the trotter. Pierre Lorillard paid 818,000 fur the famous runner Falsetto, three years old, re cently tent lo Kncland. Mr. Keene paid S16.000 for Spendthrift. When we como to trotters wc find the prices up. Mr. Homier paid ? 10,000 for Pocahontas, 830,000 for Karu, 833,- 000 fur Dexter, 820,000 for Startle, 110,000 for Edwin Forrest, nnd 810, 000 for Grafton. Mr. Smith, of New Jersey, paid 835,000 for Goldsmith Maid, 832,000 for Joy Gould, $30,000 for Lady Thorne, 825.000 for Lucy nnd 817,000 for Tattler. Mr. Van- ilerbitt paid 821,000 for .Maud S., and 810,000 for Lysauder Hoy. The largest sum ever paid for a horse in England, where they have few trot ters, was cIomo on lo 872,000, paid for Doncaster bv the Duke of Westmin ster. y.-l i.i 14. President Barnard, of Columbia College, is authority for tho positive stitcmcnt that tho infernal 13-15-14 puzzlo is impossible of solution. He puts iu form a demonstration of the impossibility, which is almost as diffi cult to comprehend as the puzzlo it self; but we are inclined to "tako his word for it." Hcduciug President Uarnard's explanation to its simplest form, the eflort to get the refractory 10 into place without getting some other number out of its pioper order, is as discouraging as tlio scheme, not yet entirely abandoned, by which two railroad trains aro expected to pass each other on the ramo track. The projectors of the "sell," having al ready mado fortunes out of il, may consent to tlio call of "halt." a w a. All Illinois girl thus writes to her lover: "Dear Will. Daont kum to see me eny more for n w hial cry way. Faultier has got nw fully slxcrcd about burglar, and ho sits up every uito till lato with n double-barreled shotgun, watching tlio back yard. He put niorcn a pound of lead into Drown' nufoundiand dog which wns kiimmin over the fence nftcr a bone last night. Tbs roae la rati, lbs violet blue, I wouldn't kuui now tf I'waa you." - a a Laying hens need n great denl of lime, in order that their eggs may havo tho proper thickness of shell. Nothing better cau'be given than raw bones crushed fine. Thev are uf spe cial value on account of tho fatty matter contained In their cells. Bought bone-meal is, however, to bo avoided, as it is apt tu contain putrid matter which will sicken the hens. If anything will rtcoucilo a mail to old age it is tu havo a beautiful young lady rush up to him when the even ing traiu conic in, hug and kiss and call him father, Ofcouro, there is a mistake, and tho thing has tu bo ex plained and forgotten, but while it doe last it is sweet enough to mako an old reprobate wisli be wero an honest father. Spain give a minister plenipoten tiary 80,000 per year, while n favorite bull-flgter receives 830,000; but then we'd rather pleuliiotcush for that country for a dollar a day nml lKrd than tu fight bull at any price. A Norwich mau calls himself on his card, a "Temiieranco Hoot- maker." Tho need of teniperaucu boots Is apparent, for though they're uot generally drunk, it is notorious they're often tight. Duriug the year closing with De cember, 0,-lOO.Chiueae arrived iu Sail l-runclsco, ami lU.liUU Iclt too samo port for China. Wilhiu Iho past two months 571 arrived and 2,119 left. Cnll fur t llemoemtlr Slut? rniimi mitloii. To Ihe Demotraty r Kenlutly : At n meeting of the Slate Kxccu- tlvo Committee, held nt Frankfort, , March 4. 1880. the followinc resolu'. lions were ndopted : Hrmlml. That a Drnioerslle Flute eon- Tdion to appoint iltlcgalr to Ihe Xntlcnll I ' twin 1 """ - leel sute IVniocralic contention lo meet i nail June 1S-SO, nnd nlanli, atlrrt Ktactora, be, and la hrrrhr, called lo meet In Inlnelonnn Tliiirili.r, June 17, ISS0, t 12 tiVlorL. UrmJml, Tlnl In accordance nilh llie ac tion uf llirlaat Hlile contention, tirrtcrlk- Ingllint county meeting. I.i appoint itrtc- K-ilm to Stale rentrntiona alull IvIieMen the snme day tliroiifcliniit the Rate, arc hcrrhy appoint f-alurd.17, June oili, aa the day on which the Democr-try aliill meet at llielr rcwclliceoiir.lr seals for tint nr poae. The coiinlycominlllrfa nre tnili. nl loj-lvp ilnf iinlirvancl ton true the hour at which llie metllnjra will I lit I.I. In ac lectins; delegate Il la recommemlnl that the new rule of one for each tiro hundred votca el for ISIarMmrn, nnd one for ctcry frac lion of one hundred and liter lie otiert cit. J. STonnAniiJoiixaTox,('ii'. J. W. Tatk, Sec'r. Brandrcth, the patent pill man, re cently deceased, left an estate valued at 82,000,000 to be divided among his seven daughters and six sons. His vast success hss engendered a horde of J imitators, whose pecuniary profits de pend altogether upon tho extent to which they advertise. Brandrcth and all other successful patent medicine men havo made their money by ad vertising their wares without dint. A man who will not advertise will go under. Courier-Journal. That' tlir IViif. If tho Coun'fT-.owniof can show us how Tilden can carry New York, or how he can be elected without the electoral vote of that Slate, then it can set ns duwn fur Mr. Tilden ns tho nominee of tho Cincinnati Convention. Until that is done the talk of nominat ing Tilden appears to us but tho sacri fice of senso to sentiment. Bowling Green Intelligencer. A Mrs. Campbell, of Detroit, re cently gave birth to triplets. The Campbells havo apparently nrnved. Chicago Tribune. tlllCd. DltttCTOUl. TVf CTHODl3T.fcOUTI!.-ItEVnJ. 8. friu, Tw i-fX tor. fecrTU-MTrrrbuaJiriuiriilaftuti)Ubt. Fryer MtetiiiKi ThurUr nisLlt. imjikIit tx hoo. tVOO a, u. J. . Mui. Mijierlnteiidcul. Tbe iioiulti ItMiiiit) MiMioaarr rWiotr iiiratm hereon the tit Hun-Jar .uracil tuontb.at 3 o'clock. Met. T. T. ItoflcM, I'lrtMent. BAFTI3T. lUr. J. M. llRtctt, l'tutor. Service on tSecond and tourtb hunJasvi, luorutogaud lUntht. rrarei Meeting ererj UednnJa after noon. HuDdir bcbool at If" 30 a. m. IL E. Harrow. feu iwrlo tender, t. CUUIdTIAN. Vortulplr the ronirrgaUon er err Lord's dar, rrearhlniitir Mil. Jo. lUtlou on lint and Third Lord'a data. Sunday tkbool -.. .it. ccniac"t nurrii.irnur.ii. TUCS.,Tr:!UAV. WHlTll.-No Wator. Uiv X Ion Sunday bthool at 9-.W. John W. llcut, buperlnieitdenu Union 1'rayer Meeting Weduet- " ultima. pR.vNBYrKMAK.XO.lTlI.-Uxv. J. H. Hart. a I'aaior. 1'ivaciieaon neconti and rour in sun tiara, uornlug aud olsht. coaumiciAL hotel . 1 HAVE REFURNISHED AND REFITTED Thi Hotel in a Ihoroiijth manner, and am no pre nd tu arcviiiiuodale all w ho ii.y !-atrvnlx ntr, l. A r'IKST.M.ASS 3I.lX.NEIt. GIVE ME A TEIALi IT IS ALL I ASK. 31 13AIX, .IO T1'H. los-tr J.T. IIAHItlN. ST. ASAPH HOTEL, STANFORD KY. TlIOS.IUCIIAHDS.l'rwit'r. OPENED TO THE FUSUC FEB. 22ad. 1578 FARE, $2.00 PER DAY. CENTRALLY LOCATED. Hllllll A IHMMIlllKllllltllMlH ,.!" Itii-cltMl CJaaitiiiit'roliil 'I'rtivtilttrH. Bcsko Trantf.rr! ! of Charg. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Woll Kuowu Uotol Still Maintains Us IligU Ropututlon, AND Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State iu its Fare, Appointments, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Guests. Uairicsra nlllaaraaltrt ttsaSfraa, IkaS.Sttl frra af aaarsr. a-aarlal ..(aajajuS.llaaa In I. lawmarrl.llratrlara. TSa star aalll laaja aaaalla all. IS. taftlra.1 araaSaaf (laaara ta ( Igara. An aarallral I liars la allara.4. WHOLE NUM BUR 111). The i iintilliy ort.ooiN ultlcli nlll licpllcil 11 1 iltirltiK Mils coin lug Npriitg lu llio MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING Merchant. Tailor Departm't ,j. wnviTiiR fc 00., I fion,,p orThlnl mill Jf nrkol Sli.. I.ouUtlllp, Kr-wlll lie (troiilcr . Ilinn nny 1 ireo or four ciollilnu hotine. In I.onlnvlllo oomliliinl. l'rlr- nlinll lie- lower limn over before, right In Use lace of a rl- k aaiiiraaa-a. n f rnsnis vi iioicxnio mail)' nt iho fiNccm wo nnk 3 on. Ism ho nro nol HpcriiliilnrH.iinil IicIIotoII lo bo nut- Internal IimII llilo nny Konil Irmlo Willi ctixlomcria.. We expect lo remain In liti xlneww.iuui every MaleuciiiaUe.vten re Ihlaklnicnrriiliirepiilrnif iibo. j vtlii never nlleo joii Into onr Moro liy n"wnii(lerrnl renin 'nilrorllwenieiit iililch wo can nol backup, nml wollilnk raiieliiiilierllxoiiieiilNiiroriiileltfnIloNiiehnilTorllworH. J. Ululcr v o., llie lirclcM workers In "gel nml keep jnnr Irmle." JOHN H. CRAIG, WITH SHIP LEY, CRANE & (X). WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AJSTID SHOES Xos. !)S ami 100 West Pcnri Street, Mtiruuv Miirirr, III.NIiV I. HUM. HII.I.IAM HIII-I.M. "W. CRAIG, J. & L. SEAS0NG00D & COMPANY 3IF1CN. OF IXOTIIINC, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP WOOLENS, S. W. COR. 3d & VINE STS., JAItlll M.AMIMUXIII, Lt.n 114 BhAMINf IIMII,, ALKIU.II r-KASOMUMIP. I I.IAH MIX K. aiAUI.r.S SKAMIXCOOn JOS. SEVERANCE. SEVERANCE & Wo will bo found during 1880 .at tho saino old stand, bettor prepared than over to furnish our patrons with all kinds of Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. Thanking those who have stood by us so generous ly in tho past, wo promise to merit, by fair dealing Iu honest goods, even a greater share or patronage than over. SEVERANCE & MJDDEllAIt. tiik im:st iiousi: Bar lap Hae tt, Contt CrrUcei BucuUa, Woeod. Kl UU& iy. hui itr man aii.t ii r imiiiiskt. irniufi an mmioiu iincm, reiki tor ititutgutr Caketa, MetnlUc, W11ITNLV A ItACKETT, Wlr. f lli.katl a luwilal luprvrrJ all. aralinc metallic caikrta natJ. Mar. Ula. DiDia 14 U Nt. Cotton Duolc, Farnltur KhfilalaltsntltiiclTrD tn udrra attJ freltibti-oDlrarta. Orocerien. HTI.I.BA HblLINU, HTI.IIKA UhlLlNd, on it aiain tntivrruati anu aio. McCorwIckIUrvcten(U.H.tolUtLlM4.UiurralAn-ot, ltd XV. Main. In.il til ut nra ff rraivrn aul wowrra ti t all Wfura imn bailsf. MUHuery.Wboleaale.CASSoN AUU.lLswliuicMl ulltiacrj auJ Umj guuJi; m JJtlo, Irtwpi'U Sth aol Lib, Oratera, riab, Qame, . W MII.LLUtu.t.r4 Mffwnt Iba'ctklnltil irlauguUr Uaiiileroyatcra.Vt Jrflrwu, arkin hotttwaiMj tuaU vAi SU Uwll blrtt, lUItliuor. PUnU. Cut riowan, W A. ItUIIAltPMiN, Hwlil.Ul Vimtih Ait, ucarUmo. lUm-a. buj- dlng I'lanla and rut Hi era. PtnuoaaudOrcaua. l II. BALimiN AUi,0 Kourti At. Iwier Bro-., Ilalnn Uoa Kranleb A llarb, linker au4(br rHlal-U llanoa. Laity and btuwlii erorgaua. lavmiat our lamia aud flcr beforo uribasln(. W uurtb Arnna. VhotocrapLa, I- WABIIBUIIN. US Kounh A. FJrl!aa work and rraaonabl Urtj i-ilrra. Old I'lcturti wadt Mf lu India Ink, watcrcvWrawr traou. ESTASLZSHSC 1865. WARR'S BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, No. SO Main St., Near Third, - - LOUISVILLE, KY. Largost Institution Of Tho Kind In Tho South. Thorough Business Course, Book-keeping, Penmanship and Arithmetic are Our Specialties. . If You Know (hue Better thsn Usual, Yonr are Wanted in Business. If Not. Go at Once to WARR'S BRYANT & STRATTON COUEOEand Flare Yourself under the Instruction of as Oood Teachers as Can Be Found in the Land. Tl'.lt.HS-Oiiu Vi'iir, 30; One Moults, 8IO. UoarallHi?. ! iur Moiilli. Aii'rusucuxl, ul't'oiinse liii'luaiHg Heard, sjltjtf. WHITKIOH A COPY Ol' THE COLLEOE JOURNAL. . WAKK & BURKS, Proprietors. i 30 oi' ml naj to, M li" llnaliMNatlrra,wndrrsrrf,larnra.lnf, lfU it iinfiior rvtn in-aruoni aama In r-tllarlal tl mna,10rtntarrllna; llMluarf NmK-m, IMIn lhnaarilarft.Ac , 1 rrnla r Una Thaalnva ratra, whlth ara lha aama that w, nr al.irt tharinl, bara lan i.lre-l by all thi iwpara In 111! rl ( Ilia mala. Cincinnati, Ohio. 0pp. Burnet House, Cincinnati, Ohio. JAS. DUDDERAR. DUDDERAR. iiv i,ouivij,t,:. WOOUOLK A CO.. Cotton DuikaoJ Canvas, ill Mifas n.J r!t..il Miuurrtiirrrtof Avulujft, lruti. rauliua, rli-. 10 totirtbtit. II. IL JllNKI.ta.lk CO. Corset rmurluiu. .Uralm lo rmifli taflLulrn llUVlNMtS, UlVa.aiHll'ratrrf.yvW.MatkH.Ut 84 ig any tviiirnaoa ucoiii oi prif . hikI lor rlcr.UI ti (MLMUltK, mii;Aa).,dfa)ra In alcawl-ml aol iallroal auIlra, Th Itttkluaon Masutaclurlac Cuwpaujf' J-urnllura, (halra, wit- iviuuviiaiihTiiMaMiiH, wisjs. .. vic.i ivuoo ultra an wmina. iiuti nut liroma, 1'rufUioti anJ 1Jiuoi Mrrrhanti. l.rwm I'rufUioti anJ U-,uui Mrrrhanti. toT