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n The Interior Journal. W. F. WALTOIST, wiiwiiAMnrtiorixiW'ii; , RATES OF ADVERTISING. f. WAI-TOW, IWlHIIICni MANA..H1 J It l i ' s ' : 'I'HItMH Da. rami. a iaaf -..... . .-!' )ft.pr,li aiaaltn.. .. . -I dim jiiii omen is roMi-i.KTi: k aaVl I ha tal ta eut. Pil la.ali laallm.. "- 1 in aw, at") . aw Tlltffl t Ml 1 1 t M, W IVat a no a M nf, t II lino am 7(i ntn ;,rw si a to i ue an ,ral IM mm tinr pm 1 iw i in nw t no aa m aa Mil IThc inferior oiminl, I ii i W II I It II It Ii . !' a X, M ii M ll M II VOIiUMK X.-NUMHKR7. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APJUL lo. 1881. WIIOIiKNUiMBKIMir.. I i ti: ioi;.a ii num. Mif SnnmlaM, Mil mt Iaa4l1, f a4 aaf , ka4 Ml ta . MiWNmn.Mfiiiii. Kt aaaaW. l .af Tmw amilasMll I" f ! TWatafetajartft aata HitAlWhlMilMi I MtiHM4l1Bfctff Mm Km tale ! 4m jmlitwhlrrMtfa i." ItHIJfcawtjiaaiw! WkaaitailA ") laH lik. wiM (fiwftifWi DM littl'l Ik aatV y JlalMaa lln fftftMfm vriu hw ii fUas ' itMiir rmtiii, taawlt, WHH fraltal Mal-' nMatHWil' Ih wr lwlMr. flltt4aam.llj,HI iMalaat! a tan aa rata iM 4ar " " HllDHllllknlklrNl WaMaarfcatanWtxIr. Hfaah.taffaa aahat JM Wr wtllftaa ' ' l aa ail) artU all Ilia lianai Taal kf ll ! ! . Ha I IM alllHaaU. irMnM la al M faa aM Wall- (Mill f.'a' Ill llr. A few year ago, nojri 7rjr'i MtHjjiinr, while lho Alalttnta and Chaltiinong4 It. It. wai ill pmces of construction, It wai n favorite field for colored preacht r lit- lafior nml laic up cidlrcliotii "fur tie spread o' ile (liwtl. Among tlioc a frcijiiMit viiilur was old Father llcltnr, from Tcmteticc, whoso vivid cloqucne and practical "ipiunding ob tie fc.icrnJ WoriV nrre altrtitlvoly ImImi! Id lijr large congtegnlloiin of (lie Mill raee, wild nu imall ilelegtliau of lutrresltil vilille liilcnrri ujwn I lie oulf-kiid. I (ion ime irriitiiHi, rtittliltil in a InTi-lr Alabama ernvv. lie mlilreMeil Ii ' hi cAiigregatidri tliut: "I.ailiif ami ctnlleineii b in; lxJ luvnl congri'galiun: llavin eolclitil a bad culil ile utlder cvruia , I ilian't allrmji'to ptnrhtojer ilia Sablalh ninrnin , liul will rrail a cbaplur fruru ile llible, ami iuml it a I go alonp" He then rcoil tbe -lib chap ter uf tiinwii, after which he contin ual hit rrmatkt : 'Deinbltr Tenin I Ink for my lex' le (tg1y in ile girJIiin ob lMi?!i i!e Liltln' ub All, ami the ciiuin' ami iliiving out ob Cam. Ami after tie itrmon, one oli jour imait young ilarkin one ob ilce )rr Ihtnikincul, mlnratiu com plex io mil nlggeii iltpt up to me, anil iaj he 'Kailrr Hilnis, jcrilii renitmtirr to tell u lio Mr. Cain marriil iluon In ilo Iaml ob Noil ai i bji imuhlfr' Iiri' nu Kiinnin" rrowil ob w count, Irilliu i;iraj-lnokin' nlpjtra will him, an' 1 a'H-clcil at ot re ilat tie while lolka hail aent him up la ax ilat iiuotton. I wai 10 uUirome whl a Kinetibile iiululiina an' iiimptiin ib ainncn, hole n late an' black, ilat I n.ul.l ray nufliii. I hail mi 111 ii to ay. I Ink i!o itictimi umler prnj f rful oomiiltr ation, an' ile aminrr wrre made plain. 1 in kwjuo to iimuml ilat iiart obilc wrlplrr t jit now. Vlio Caln'a wlfo hui, an' nbar be got her, i plain In iho nlliiWn' ) ub faith. In dc garding ob IMph, Cain raiml tight mart ob crap nml carding (ruck an tii-li. Hut after tb Icwiu ob hit Christian lnuddtr. Aul, ne dan't read ub hia workiu' no mo . 1 to tuk hii gun nu ilt'c", nil" wrnt down Into ilat ahi'liy, laiy, mirouut tectiuu ob Noil, nu' loafol rutin' in i!at-vuiilry; and haUu' hwt nil hit planlalion an' muli, ami nil ob hi tclf reipect and pride of family and Stale, de liex' wo hrar ob him ho bad gt no low dawn and trilliu' il.it ho luairieil a gal ob iiiiv obdotv uo-ouuiit puor wliilq Irath lamiliitt, which the 'fpiml'potllo did nut conniilcr Hit in to iiii'iitlnu in do if w uuiy num. ' I 'I'ho revircniil "tjiouiidcr' gauil around upon lii admiriug eongrrga- tmii with an air or Iriuiupii, ami n limlliir ilruck inulo liymu, "Whnr nh whnr am ile Hebrew children?' "How much HthsunleT" whi pcriil a Util (illicit mimr with it aiu gl 4.0 gold pieoe to iho ilaoou Willi the collection plate in tho llaptlit cliiircli at Black Kuu, Col. He una told to contiiliuli) whatover he cho(', whereupon ho laid he'd chip in a dollar, nud piocvtdcd tu take $111 change. The dracon toltly replied that nu change wai given. A ilruggle cntunl, the plate wai upset, ami tin oougregaliou were in the act uf "jump ing the deacon claim" when the miuliter, au old Cabforiiinu, h-aued over tho pulpit with a largo navy ruvolver and olcrl. "Tho breth ren will pleoio luko notice that lo got the drop on iheiu, nml any bruthtr nun uremic in gu in ma anil or noui toiiclin any ol that money will li.no a fuueial nt hia liouw lo-uigiruw ut 'i nV'hick, I'.'ji." Our inlniug frlnml from lied UiiIjIi will kindly rtlvaie tho ileainiu'a throat or ho it a dead innii. The $!M yuld pitce went lo nut- Iho hialhc-n. "Ah, how well do I ri'iuuiuUr It waa in tho Itlwik Novvinber - uIimi I ranght Ihal odd llntt win wwiiuK mo turrly ami twillly huu,ii but I heanl of Ur Hull'" Couli syrup, took it. and am at well u ever. rii-fafffii iviiirii(ii. Tlio ehurehea of Chrtut In the roun Ilr4ef(liirrard, I.lnooln, llijle nnd Slrrror oennnnl, In lha ierfon of del (ale frntn Iho rariom rhurchcf, with the ehnicli in Hlnnford, April C, at 10 o'eloek. After the opening of tho Convention with apprnprialo roll glMM iervice, Kid. Hen V. Allin, of HarroiMiurg, wna called In the chair, and H, P. I'lay npioliilil Secretary. Tim Chairrnan then dcclareil the Convention open for biulncw, and the prugramnio wa lead by the Sec'y. Illder J. U. White waa then called Upon to aihlrcta the Convention upon the ml jeet "Hemunernlion of l.Iil era." Thil apcech waa full of practi cal remark, telling forth the leach- Inc of the Hcriptnrca on Iho inbjccl; alte, the abuiet and confusiun result ing frflm eombining Iho work of Hitl er) and Itrangclitta. Pointed lemarka were made by llrothera Munnell, -lea- eWaldeti.H. II. King and .1. C. Waldeu. llrotlieri J. I-. Allen and Joseph Heverance Iwlh wing alweut, Urn. num. Muuntll, llie Slnto Kvangcliit, wai called up.n to addrcM tho audi ence upon "J lie UWer a i;uico ami Work." I le wt forlb briefly the ilia- ajuragementa of Klilcra, the great iievtl of an tflieicnt Kldcrihip, and how they might becomo aueb. The Convention then adjourned until 2 o clock for dinner. 'ITie evening ieia liogan prompt ly at 2 ocloek by aiugiug, and prajcr by I!ro. Muol(omtry. The firtt ad- drcaa of the ef the evening waa by Ill-other S. II. King, auljt, "Kor what Uiuie thall nn Hlder be I)e ivifed, ami bow ahall It be done ?" The caiiKfi Ct forth were : incompe tency and immorality; the manmrof (rial waa UfWe the church, preiided ever by an Kvangelist, who ahould pronounce the teuttnee ol depoiltlon. Ittmarkt were mado by llroa. Wil llama, Italian, Munnell and J. C. Waldeu. Tlieee genttcmen diMcntctl fmmaomeof tho viewa, iiltituliiig Hldera fur the church. llro, Jeue Waldeu next addieeil the Convention, on "The Deacon a Office and Worka," showing that be fboultl tee that the jwor are cared for, the gofpel prcachetl, and (loda house kept iu order, Tliw wai foliowctl wilh rcmarka by Urea, (.lay, lute, .1. C. Waldeu and Wilhanii, who took nccailon la notify nil prerent that ho waa agent for raiting fundi to build a church in Washington, I). C. Ml.lflXIl HAV, tiiuiiiuav, Arit. 7, 1S8I Meeting called loonier promptly at '2 o clock, and wm opened by tinging ami iirnver, by brother Munnell. Minute were read and approved. Hro. J. C. Walden then addrcocd the Con vention on "Tho KvangelUt'a Office and Work, and How He Should be Appointed. llro. Thot. I. Munnell waa nlao called upon to speak on tamo itibjecl. II ith of theto ipecchct were healthy iu tunc, thowiug Iho vast ainouul of work In bedoi.eaud bow to da It. llro. Willami then gave tho Convention a mutt excellent address upon "Huw to Ila'uo Money for the Support vl lhe(!opcl. '. He ndvoca twl the ntMniiucnt plan at the fairest ami Imt uf all others he had teen tricl Adjiiunimcut for dinner. (kmvttilHHi met promptly nt 1. '!, c. l., and nrttr singing wai led by llro. I.ivingnlttne in prajcr. II. V. Clay then addreaicd tho Convention on "What Shall be Dono With u D'meiple Whu it Able to Help in Hup- porting IlicOuapel nud Will Nut? llrielly italctl, tueli a man wai to Iw expUUil from Ilia church. Itemarki were- then mado by llro-i. .1. C. al lien, Munnell, Warren, llalloii and Murphy. Hro. IS. Uickelti being ah- tent, it was decided Iu proceed with other uccownry buiinets liefure ad journment. It wai then moved that the Convention apjiolut nCommitlce to fix upon time and place uf holding next liuet'u.g Jdm ('. Waldeu and It. I;. Clay were appointed on this (limnuttw. The Convention then thanked the Church for tho hospitality tcnderei) thoe vitiling Stanford. Hro. William then took up n ooiitrihution fur the Wiuhlugtuu Church, which wai uptvardt of gift, ltemarki were then mado of n hortatory nature by Hro. Jctte Wnlden, Munnell, Wil llami, Clay. .1. C. Waldeu and llalloii. The Convention was then adjourn ed with prajer by llrother Murphy. Hi:n. C. Ai.i.in, Ch'niu, 11 V. Cia, Bee "A hliaaanr is tho Norlh-iveaUru itauio fur a ftuto of wind lilted with snow ami my pailielca ua fino at rico powder, wilh a tcinpcraturo 10 to L'O digit;t Ik-Iuw xttu. A genuine blii aHrd It mi fin to that you can neither fan It nur illlluguWh ohjecti leu fet-t urtuy front ynu In Dakota ami MlnuetMita during Iho prevalence ofa bliuiid f.irmtra only wnluio out of tin ir liout with girdlit rojua around Ihtir luulies In enslila ibeui to find their way back. HrlirAl-lr Shnfa. inittKwiMi iiitj.i M, Halicock baa written n Iraet in llllcil "Why don't (lod kill ihodevll?" He would, If thei devil uietl inch grammar ni thai. Tho Tower of Hahcl that waa liie place where the (Iretnbaek party got the good tense and Intelleclnil clear lien for its tpceches, The leader of a Chicago orchestra fell down slain and smashed hit fid dle. He wain t much hurl hlmielf, although ho fell in violintly. Voting Hookby ipoko vry prellily at a parly the other evening of Hyron'a "Mayor of A tlient, and he ilidn t tee what there wai in it lo laugh at, cither. Iugertull tajt: "Treat woman like a tplemlid thiwer." Well, ineu geuer ally tin. Colonel. That it, lluy find it much easier to Ug litem Ihan rabe them. "l'ull man) a flower ii Iwrn In blush uiiiceii." We don't believe that, not a bit of it. If imUxly sect It, what can It postiblr have lo blush for? Whv should it blush when there noliody looking ? There li a place for everything, fellowciliieni, hut thcro isn't a place for every man. llemcmbcr that, liefure toii alart fur Washington. If there la a place for every Ohio man it'a jutt aliotit aa much at there Is. "Who waa firtt into the breach? " atketl l'rofeaior Hlearnes, when the clan in bittory wai up. "The lulch," laid the new imart lioy. Hut the l'rofettor niatkeil him one niinui and laid "N'o; the hole wai in liefore tho patch." A woman returning from market got into a South Hill atreet-car the other day with abaiket full of drcatetl poultry. To her the driver, speaking sharply, said: "Fare!" "No," laid the woman, "howl! Ami every body cackled. Very innocent old man, old man Slildboy i. A friend found him at hia detk the other day absorbed in perplexing atutly. "I am writing my will," the old man aaid, "and Iant to fix It somehow so that the lawyers can get some of I he property.' . oll- Jlonlnuor, A variety actress, hat been leUctctl by Forepauglt ai tho "(Jueen of Heuty,' who ii to ill for the admira tion of hit circua patroni this season, for the snug little turn of 810,000. Sho ii thin described: "In complexion the ii a semi-brunette. Her lips are suggolivc of a cherry, tcelb regular and pearly, and visible nt every unite through a large but not disproportion ate mouth; large, expressive brown eyes, a symmetrical nose ami an in telligent cast of countenance. This is her picture In repose. Iu conversa tionand ihc ii jtoatessetl of a limit of sparkling talk cery feature is ani mated, and her flashing eje and health-tinted chicks, couplet! with a vivacious manner, lend an additional charm to her demeanor. She Is of altout average height ami medium fig ure, nud boasts a dainty little foot. Her hair is worn in frittes, commenc ed nt Ihc top of the head and falling iu graceful wave low on the forehead. The 'Oucen of Henuty' is a uativuof tho N'iulh ward, New Yurk city, where the was Imrn aliout twenty one )cara ago. Shv baa Uett on the stage some lour yeaia. The selection was made from more than three thousand jMirlraits, ami alter interview ktwecu Mr. I-'orciuuiMi and tevcral at the cainlidalea. Miss Montague will np livar itaily as l.aua uookn in mo grand street pageant, which Is to bo ono uf Iho feature uf 1-Wpaugha abow." A Chanci: roll PotrrB. It Is aahl no rhymes exist iu tho I jiglish Inn guigo for the wordt silver, orange, mouth, kiln, bilge, and guir, jet In the face uf tbli well-known impres sion, the ingenious, clever and patient pualo clitor of the Trttlli advcrlitea be will give 2 2t. to the one who best rhymes (he greatvat number of tho slated words. He calls it a "go us you please' rhymirg match iu which no conditions are laid donn, wive that tho best rhyme will win. It isjutt ai impossible for a woman that believe in all the old aigua hand ed down from the fathers ami mothers to pasa by a pin on lheidewalk when the point I tumid toward her ai it ii for a duck Iu drown in a jkiui! of water. If the should pant it by the would attribute all her had luck for the next six month to that particular incident, and would never expect to proipur in tho world ai the would other who have dune. So itrung i Human' faith. A railroad engineer laying that the usual lilo of a locomotive wai only thirty jcais, uu old lady remarked that such a tough looking tiling might to live longer than that. Well,' responded the eugiue-r, "perhap it would It it didn I ituule to much, ririmiiiriiffiir Via, Once n man had a dog which didn't hato tin fail, tho dog didn't, rot It wai rut nil wen it waa little, hut l-'ranky, tbala the baby, ho i little ton, yes indeed, like nunntca. Ho Ihc man dog grodo up without no tail for lo waggle, but one night tome nauly lioyi, they got a pefce of old rope out of a thip yard, and mme pilch, and fastened the rope onto the end of the dog's lutrk wilh the pitch like it grade their. Then that dog waa prowdljke be wat a new dog on a old tall, nn he went imt-lling around n lining the other dogt, a trying lo waggle it till he mutt broke hit back. Hut he eiident lilt il oil' iho ground, and after a while it was drug aerosa a cigar which a ft How bad threw away, and it got a lite, the tail did, and il had a imnkn ill unit itself. Then llie dog it lied down like it waa going lo sleep, and It raid to the other dogs : "There watent never any pup wicb cud lie to cool and calliim like me wile hia tail was a liotito afire. lot to lie hired nut In leech fortitude In Crittinn mar ten. Jutt wnku me up wen its ol hurt of, coa I have got a important engagement.'' Hut when it waa ol of, nml the fire wai got hold of the cake of pilch on to the end of hit back, be dident have to be woke up, ooa he woke tho hwole town up hitaelf. Little Johnny. Tin: Coit oi' Coxtimsw. Few (icraoni have any Idea of the cost of legislation. It matters not whether (Amgrcsi is iu actsion or on a vaca tion, the expenses arc nearly the same. The mm of 81,0-10,000 ii required to pay the salaries of the member of the Houe and their mileage. Iu addi tion to Ihit, the last House voted it self f 12." for each member for news paper and postage itanips, making an additional $.17,723. The Clerk dis bursed on account of talariei to sta tionary employe 8221,440 last year, exclutive ol 825,000 which the Treasury Department paid direct to the stenographers. During a recent the penoni who received compensa tion are only about 100 leas than at other time. The cost for the Senate ii aboul SfiOO.OOO a ) car, nearly $400, 000 going for salaries ami mileage, and the remainder lieing divided among the emplojca. Contrary to tho general opinion, an extra session of Congrese costi but very little mottcy, because nearly all Iho employe are paid whether Congress lita or not. Mary Anderson waa born duly 28, 18.10, in Sacramento, Cat., but the left California at au early age.making this city Iter home. Her father, Charles Anderson, a gentleman of talent and culture, lost his lite iu the Confederate army. lMwin Hooth'a acting created in her a wish to go oil the stage, and the devoted herself to diligent study. Front morning till night the one idea fillet! her mind She uod various kinds of exercise for the pimiosc of strengthening her body. Sho walked several mile a day, ami practiced with tho dumb bells, the broadsword, clc. Her first appearance iu public was in Macau ley's Theatre, Louisville, Novcndier 'ii, 187rt,when alio appeared as TubVft -C.-J. There tire now umler cultivation around Charleton. 8. C. within con venient distance of railroad deiot and wharves. aUiut 'J.'iOaeiOi of straw- berrica, which will, with a favorable scaou. furnish fur shipment to New York alone about 1,000,000 iiuarl of lierrie. 1 ho crop la well advatieetl, and the reason promises to lie early, ami consequently profitable. They put a lot of ignoramuses into n jury box now a nay ami men at tempt to itckic a man vnniiy uy idl ing him that he is lo lie tried by a jury uf his pecri. N'o wonder o many criminals commit ittlcide, rather than lutvo itieli a iligma cast upon their family name. Rochester Demo crat. A clergyman named Hoylewaaao indifcreet a to register hia name at a hotel In Omahn. Within htlf an hour no lewer than fourteen txrtoni sent their cards to hi room to ascertain if n flush royal could lieat four ace. A correspondent at C'aiky write tho Coiirter-oumuf for au explanation of Gen. Mahouo'i statement that Ken tucky repudiated $3,000,000 of her ili-bt. llie explanation l very tint p!e : Ionl Angui lied. C.-J. A man geta into trouble by marry lug- two wives. If be marries only one, he may have trouble; ami some men have corao to litre tribulation by simply promising lo marry ono. Trouble anyhow. A u ancient utee ouce laid: "The goodneti of cold i Irietl by fire, the goodness ol women by gold, and the goodnet of men by women." The moat afflicted part of the house Is the window. It Is alway full uf Iijiiiw, and who has not teen more than one wiuilow-hlind ? Twtxt women and wine, man's lut is In imart: tho wine make Id head athe, and women bis heart. Old llhyiur. It Ua wite maiTwIio know wbhib i Jo hit tread iiolcotnargirine cu. n nml III l.llllr Ml Ktinm, tinlln Latt week Dan. K. O'Sitllivaii, Slate Ncwi lililor of tho Cotiris Journal, wai traveling on the L. and N. roid and met Prof. Richard A. Proctor, the celebrated Rnglith as tronomer, to whom he wai Introduced by Dr. Wood-, of theOlatgow 77me, who mmlloneil the namo of Mr. O'Sullivan' paper at tho samo time. After the usual salutations Professor Proctor asked, "What is the name of your paper?' "The Cburirr Joiir iial, sir, 'replied Dan. "Ah, and whero is it published ? " was the Pro lessor' next inquiry. "It it a little paper published In a village called Louisville, at the Falls of the Ohio," said Daniel without a blush, and the atlronomer'i next question wat: "It it a morning or afternoon pajier?" "Afternoon, sir; published every day, Sundays included, was the parting amwer of the nenlle Daniel, who stood iho fuc like a veteran. f.Sun- day Argui. Thirty intall boya were arretted in Dallai, Texas lor giving a negro minstrel huw without a license, the complainant being the owner of au old building which they had used without peruiiition. They were tried liefore the Mayor, who said : "I find the prisoners giiiltynd fine litem $1 each. The alternative is one day in jail.'' The consternation among (he oHeud er was very great. "Hut," hit Honor added, "I wat a boy once myself, and went on the end in just such a per formance. 1 will pay the fine mwelf.' iV man built a house worth f 10.- 000 at Andover, Mass., without spend ing a dollar. He bought nil llie matt-rial ou tix months' credit, and at the end of that time refused to pay. All lite itufl was fast iu the houe. which he had sold to his wife. The labor was obtained on the tame plan, and even the widow who lioarded the workmen was iwindled. The man live placidly in hi fine residence, but I not greatly loved by hi neigh bors. "I am billing to tisk my reiuta tion aa a pnhlic man, ' wrolo IMtvard Hine to the Liverpool Mtreunj, "if the wont case of small pox cannot be cured in three day, limply by the use of cream of tarlar. One ounce of cream of tartar dissolved in a pint of water drank at interval when cold is a certain, never failiug remedy. It ba cured thouiaudi, never leave a mark, never cause blindness n"d avoids tedious lingering.'' "Say, mister," aaid a matt, as he entered the oflice, "is tho editor in ? " "Ye," replied that overworked indi vidual, looking over bis glasses. "Well, I thought you was the chap. I wanted to tell you altout a lioy of mine; jou ought to have him; he' jutt tho fellow you ought lo have on your paiier; he the darndest fool I ever see:" Man has chained thelightning; har nessed itcam, and cabled the ocean; but the woman who itauds wilh arm a-klmboo and head up, ami remarks that she "ain't afeartl ol' nary man that ever tread the earth," still I awaits Iho conquering hero. Dr. Woods. A young city fellow bought a farm latt Winter. He had a fine orchard uf aboul two hundred apple tree, and a short time ago he tapped every one ol them for cider. KeiineUi! Jmir nal. Tliens are 0li7:l UiplUl In IVnylim vanla sml 114,1 !' in New Yml. l)r. tltriin, llie largest stlivat xtfr In California, pruiiuiir.ya lli whi-at irulit ao small tlial heniust ak ilivvrvil; orrul- lure for Ida 4'i.oou aire. Join A. Oirar liaaeiiiiilr.l from Ilia ,ljWJi 'I'uilt, Ctrflln' iSiMw&iftl nail I 'a, ixkim, Hi. Iitilii, III umiilwr ill aihll tluna Iu IlieChrUlisndiitrrli irurlrdlii aiM papera fur llirt iniinllia, rmllii); i 1st. luiineratiina, Hill; from titba-r a liitrc-li ca. M lolil, K,iSIU.-Lll. Nerlliig Ka-nli- net. Hon. Jaiura V. IJmlon, Jmlxebf Ilia lttratlitlt Counly Courl, la In Ultliiiioiid tlila eek, ilttntllni; IU Cirtull I oiirt. I'lion Iwlii aaktd lioar lliliK title in llreallilll, lie rr)illr.l that llt-orge ( lltrnca tail J mine Klilille hail "lnxliil the wsrti out of the falluwa," anj that all la reuUik- allr uulel. I Itlclimoinl Keiti'ler. Ttit iitst (leneral (tiiifernu- of the M il Church Soulli, wliltli metis In NaalitllU in May, 182. will, Uiltlra a auet-wxor to the Ut UI.hoi lktlt, prob ably elect llirr oilier lii-lioj. 1hae mot prOuiliienll naiiird fur llm lawillotis tr Itc. Ur. John (.'. (Irtiihorry, Profeanor of YauJetbllt I'lilvcraily, aiul for aonie jeara tor of t'enleriarjr (liiirth, Itlih uioml, V: Her. Ir. Vrlirua II. llt(ooil uf Macon, Ha , inlilor uf ike llVwmi MttU, Jul, aiul rreatdeiil of lanorr lullrge; l'.e. Dr. A. W. YIIon, or ll. lUttliuoi Con It it lift, Lut who It now Mlniunary Srcrr laiy uf 11 a Mal.mlM Clmrili K.iuh. "jvrr. Mf,y. "ruium II 0, si i long jrrarauf Iml llUii aiilium, c.lli'K J.'UU r jear, total, Jl, 100 -all uf this ria.-HHi waa ttoil Ii Hut iHUU.ai.J llup lilllets. lakru kr iu wile. Mm Itaa Jiuid lroau Louritfaroik fur a irar aiiuf. williuul Ihi loaaof a Jtr, aui i ami MriiUali- lo know il, for I bur tciitfii. - . U raruitr. riioiiHsiotiu . rataa I. wiurntn, Miiti-awta rati. I-. b. iiof.i'oitii k m. n:iox, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, i.innit'i'v, kv, !rlar allenthHt tlttn I walwlfctM natra in K. T llV !. 1 1' 1 , 1 1 mnoMAH i iui.uji:., ATTORNEY AT LAW, M'l'AMI'Olllt. ItV. Will f.ilMWvlnthMKitfi M I Ml J JM"Ui Itaiicl la the CWill f A-thi 0u ua rowftt MiH-a.trr Mnt I AH. 11. IH'NI.M', ATTORNEY AT LAW, iianvii.i.i:, kv. Will rf.,llrinll, (Vurli -( ll,.jl ittd la lh iwinw jipiiriH i tuturii a mala ai 1-ui.lir ti. ranaa. Hdtraafir Jlanls. Iiulbani Jk llualsa JAMIXli-IUVK.NH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, nfTn'trrKFirr. LOU1SV1I.LK, . . KENTUCKY. 1'ra.lkrstn all IbetWurU I; aisd. ' UMWlt fati1. Ill-Ir I 8. A K. W. HOCKKn, li. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, N'I'A.NI'dllll, K . OSraairr irHitrr i'l,jllr'IISIV O H. .MYHIW, ATTORNEY1 'AT 'L'AW, WTA N l-' ft lT."l V, Uaira Hill, JuJfr rnll la IU IVMtl-bnm, 8-tuarv. T. WVAkNOH. WMI.l.ArKll'.IIINON T. V. A V. K. VAUXON. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, tfrANi-'diiu, ii v. Offlra la Cwurt Hquara. 1 EB V HUFFMAN, SURGEON DENTIST, HTAMi'lllll), 1CV. OlSca Huulli aid IlalD Slrrel, laa dun abote lha iljfr. lluUI. Fura Nitron IllUa lln aJulaltlrrHl when re- ttulrr-t. NOTICE 1 WIM. EE IX KTANKOl'.li TWO WtRkx oleaill iuonlh,rnid Dnl tlunjtf , ant la laitra ler twawrrkiol eacli aiaalli, Iroiit Iblrtt AlwDjajr OSca la St Au.li lllrl.aier Malllndr A K,-"'. tiara, traaisn V.1-U II. I'. tlllltUAV. II II. ft MRS. II. E. DAVIESS Is uow rocolvlug:, and vill, on tho 1st ot April, open a Now anil Eloguut Lino of Sprluc ami Sumuior Mil linory Goods, at lior Old Stand, on Sopot St., Stan ford.Ky. 'f J. T. HARRIS, Tlit rrojtrlMoi i tin- Commercial Hotel, Meat and Provision Store Jit ti'Kt(t IUI AaJi IMfl.ititl will krri YrgftuMr, Oilers, KMi ami Frullt A iil Mill hit rmih br ill ltitJ of tttMulrjr Prtt UimV. IIMi, MiwpMlii. I-mm. At Itfil It Oliabaf nut1 nitu p IIJll, MYERS HOTEL, STANFOllD. KY. E. II. HUltNSIDK, Vropr. This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its fllRli Iloputation, Itl Fronrietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to ao Country Hotel in the Stat lu Hi Vara, Appointment!, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Ojjettt. Hacirsia a III b eaatll .4 la aa limm I k ! Irra areaars. ai,tlal afeoaiaiaaaliaaa la lalaiataitrrl.llistrWr.. Tha Har alllta alaaia aaaalit llk Ua tkolci.l braa4arl.laaaraaa4 ttatri. ta tietlltal lliarr loatlafta. ST.ASAVIIUOTKli STANFORD KY. T1I0S. 1I1CMI AKIIaStlrorn 0?EKED TO TBE FUSLIC FEB. 22si. 1378 FARE,$2.00PEUDAY. CENTRALLY LOCATED. MH)iiliil Aiii'oiiiiikmIuIIoiim A I I'lruliiil Ciiuiii'iill rlVuVt!lif. M . Btt(t Trtuirr4 Vraa of Ckrg a. it OX.D RELIABLE. mmiiimli ticW&wv? ii:a i.i;iim l. DOi'TL'ife's, Boolis cfes tToAreli'5r Ihir HniE lii'iuirlnifiil U roniilelo, villi n full Moil, ol I'lilt-ni .lli-illrliirh. ClirmlritlH. I'nliilu. I Mlsu InruUlipa. Ilt NimTd. Tnii. ' I Soups llnlr. Anil ami Tonllt IlriiklipH, I'riritmrrjr nml rmicy .trlli-lrn. I'rlrcH tm lotv nn Hits low Chi. Srlionl llookx, I.rller I'n imt. l'l-iix. Inh, !:uicloio. lVlniloH (Jinn. I'nllj, Cnrlion it nil llriiilllKltl OIK, I.iiinim. ('Iiltniii'jsi. air. M'ali-lirN, 'loeUi mill Jewelry rt-iinlrril on nlmrl iiollrr, mill triirranlril. ' l'lijhlrliitih' l,rrrriillonai iicriirnlclt roniiiouiiilril, iIh or nlglil. F. STUKENBORG & BRO., MsaarlarrrnnJ tValera la All KlaJ, ul IT criiiisriiiTiTr'RiB i i MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, Pnrlor Suila, &o. .oi.Uaiiil 11 1'jihI IVnrl.Slit'i-l, vim win. will iotu i. rti:i int ii a MMtoTstft-lt ai iHir Iwmv French Dreaaiug f 'e celt, Marble-Top with Large (ila", A 1 8 lr. Bi. 00, 7r, x lipwardt liureaii Sets $20, $2.r, jP.Oand up Parlor Suits Seven Pieee. Milher In Hair, Cloth or Terry, A I Sill, S;i.i,!Mll,S.rill A I pwanl-i. Ur tjtrrarii ill tttir nan.l In lap mlf ni i buTiafi il Ir rtoisM lnMiVr autl liiirirDiirtitifaiiMn Nnrblttr IwIMkIImm iIm. All ilVlltv imi In ! it rilhtnitl fm "I i tattrtfr m ui MffK tiii1 r a i i, HA III n IVnrl St. I.imr Mlrt fHr Mniii, iiiriiniMll. inti. J.R.WARREN&SON I. C. STORE, WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO still bo found at tho old iland. and as usual have a lull stock of everything in their iine. Itememlier that they keep a first class assortment of Staple and Fancy Queens- and Tinware, Uutlery, To bacco, Cigars, Notions, &c. In Staple (irnceriea Ihey keep all grade of Niigui'.s, CoUW'N, 'IViis, Pil, iionus, Bioiiiiii.Y, 15 lo', Nlarfli, Moaji, A'p.. (Arc. Their Fancy (Irncery Hepartnient contislsof Canned Goods, Such as Corn, Tomatoes, Peaches, Raspber ries, Beans, Peas, Oysters, Salmon, Mackerel, Sardines, Mince Meat; Prunes; Pickles, Sauces, Cheese, Crackers. Maccaroni; Spices; Jellies and Mustard. They have Iho Finest Line of Extracts that can be bought. They have jns laid in a good stock ol TraCO Chains, Collars, Hack ban ds, Ilamos, Haiuestrlngs, Hope- of all sizes. "Don t you lorget il" that they buy, at all times. Flour, ileal. Bacon Lard, Butter, I'gga, Ac, and would bko In tnpply all who need litem with the latter named article. They are Agent for Iho Celebrated Champion Plow, the bqd la th uorld, Koaay some of our ln-st farmer. Call and examine Ihent. '$ vi JL vj-aL -ilLi .JL. kLD Oil Cloths, Mattings and Curtains, AT THE LOWEST PRICES. St. 3BE. SKOWBON & 0, 1 ClT n tM' rm UT" rt,:f:T. ':" i'ost-oi rirr, -i frt 1 ' CINCINNATI, OHIO, 1 V M i KICKS UUOTIU) ON Ai'PLlOATION.'va arOI-ITNT OHXT3R.OX3C dfa W HOI Mai r till PIANOS AND ORGANS Stttl Htiit, Bcch, vA ill Kin. of Mil Xmhuilu. r NO. 00 WEST FOURTH ST., OINOINNATI, O Qrantl PIANOS, Square PIANOS, and Upright PIANOS, In Itmeunod, gatiuwood, .Mahogony, elegant iletlgua lo rorretpoml Elegant Parlor Organs, Oliapol Orgaus, Church Organs, With one Manual, with two .Manuals and lVdali, containing Ih won bliu llful, Hineifiil and uiefttl comblnalioui ever procure in reed Inttrtinienli. Wo unilollm public attention In our large aud wi-ll arlrcted tln.L ,, PIANOS and OROA1MS, and our ungual! faclliliM f.if furirl.tiLBf tho lt clat of tnilrinueiila at low ralen. V piirrha. lor net ra.h iu larger tuiiilitiiai than any uthrr hntiM In ihit my. The ripeutti of our 1'IAJJO and ORGAN Drpartmenl is Tsr b lhau tome bout m dolug cxcbtaively it Piano and Organ trade. W hTr. reacheil lowrr pricm than ha been trndeml by auy dealer in Ihia tuarVrt, and guarantee all iustrutuenl a leprrsenleil. Wa aell on easy uionlhly tr quarterly pi) ineiil, aud auy Iwlrtttueiit lalromi (rial, nol proving at iererenled, 'may Uj relumwl at nur eipno. Wu aolieil C4iirewudeuiii with pertom deiir tug id purchase, aud tale pleature In auiairilug all litquliira. JOHN CHURCH 3c CO. ff m . aal.i.BI.BI Uia 6 THE FACT THAT THEY CAN Groceries, Glass-, iTIoIiiNst'N, Vinegar, Coal OO.. ' HI TAIL PMLFKa IN Kreuch Walnut and Kluulinl I'aira. in wilh any style ol Furniture.