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H i COD IS LOVE AND NOTHIHC ELSF. lK.A.Ir3K 'I'll 10 OKl. 1 l.KI I'HIt KUOM UKOIttiKO. HAHNKS '.'.0 K wso.v Sr., Ati.nt., Ci . 1 of Ai'im.W, 1HXS. f of In it ismnoit: -More than half it tury ago the "limit N'nlliller" stood . .nir nieditatlvelv around, if he alighted from the "stage," that at ir.egiilnr inter-1 valt rolled through the iiiignlllcnnt lap-, which wan all of Atlanta in that M, curly day, and predicted the building of a great city on thin very spot. It w.i" to only a hamlet then, and in lrtl's, when 1 hj.w it on my way to tieotvia n hiiiuII town, jrlvliiK little promise of what it luw xinee to. Hut the prophecy of Mr. Calhoun Iii.h heel, fullllied, and the 7.',IK)0 pop. illation that is claimed by the sanuine will doubtless double itself ill the not illst.int future. It is built on more than the "7 hills" that Koine boasted of; for the whole city Is u ade up of hills and hollows to it extent. It is not a conformation to h' desired by a sttect ear , but it unite lills the eye and hea.t of the 'over of iiclitrcMUc possibilities. As far ils I have explored, I must wty the Atluntoe have taken piod ..dvunlne of their wealth of buildiny sites ami tiirnttl of to i ccllcnt aciiiunt their unrivalled p. Niton. It is a beauiiful city now, and is Imj'iiiiI to improxe with up'. Tlie passion for'luecn Anne has taken htr ii(; hold of bouse builders; and once 1 should have thought it a blundering blemish; but it is a style tbattfniwMipon r. I .1 . ! I I !.... mie. IMHl.Kltltf II MOieilliy ill umi. i mm- quite chau'd of late; nnd now, H'rhaps irrationally, admire it extravap.ntly! The front "lawns are very and, HtraiiKe to Kiy, eoveunl with a healthy ejirpettinof which is cultivated with Mirh nssiduous eare that one is advertised, in advunee, by this, that Atlanta lint her share of Kei.tnekliii.t for i itieiis. And this is eeu no. To our joyou surprise, we hae met them in shoals since our meeting opened; and not a few of then, friend before known, rsmee the "wall" Atlanta has become the capital of this jrninil old State, a.s all uiv uwarc, ami the eapitol buildinjr. well wi.rthy ofthecity it udorns, is rapidly apjiroacliin;eoii.pletioii. 1 1 tow em grand ly iron, its elevated site Hear the heart cf the tity, and the only criticism one can make is the regret that it has not j sp.uiotisgrouiiilsaroui.il it, in keeping with its magnificent architecture Utght through the city's midst run the ra.iroad trackNin a bewildering netwoik, tonerging in the Cnion Dejot, ami branching away N., S., F. W. in how many lines I know not. It ceitainly is a great There is a plentitude of shade and such ailliience of foliage of every sort that the r'sident pottio.mof the away in a forest of tiees and jungles of shrubbery, very pleasing to behold. It is a staving business place, with tlie rush ai.'l rattle of a young 'Chicago. I an. afraid the "money devil" has a pronoun-.d hold hem. Audit is u..t to be at, considering the pheno.uinal (fjiuthof the place. The Constitution gave a fuirtcpnit of tlie first sermon; and the other pa pel n lather full notices of the meetings. Then the ominous silence, or the guarded mention .11 briefest poiblc sp.ee, that told the old, old story of opposition doing its work. A newspaper I., peifeet "respectable" Mjntlmei.t; and ti:atton" is everytbiui; toil. No word that would interfere with that sacred prerogative must appear in print, if the editor knows it. 1 Ie is as cautious as the Kilarictl clergyman, who dares not say what would rasp the. feelings of a liberal M.iiscriber to his annual stipend. Dear! dear! what a woild it is, and how binds Its incongruous elements totrether' "Not you, but ywinV" is the wa Paul's "not yoiir's but you" is Unvested nowaday.4. "Will it pay?" is Unwary inquiry, before "principle" is If it doesn't, who will care to upholtl it? Alas! that lut.epid teaeliem political and religions can bo counted on the lingers, as compared with time-serving sort! Iain so glial this dreary age of Bullishness is almost spent, ami the dispensation of "What will .MrH.Oruii.lv ra.V." rooKH upon a worn-out axle. Only 1 know it is to close; ! with a "whirlwind," the dismal harvest of the "wind" that men have sown. Only over the "rough road" will most learn iii tearful "reaping" to bo better, Meanwhile., I am thankful to say, our congregations grow rapidly. I.ast night the spacious court-room was nearly full, a larger attendance than on Sunday night, even. Praise the I.OHD. A line, brainy looking man utiue up after vice Tuesday night aud said to me: ".Sir, , I h.ivo followed Voltaire, Paine anil In-1 gersoll for 15 years. I come back to Christ to-night!" Then his eyes filled with tears and his lip cpiivered, till he ' could speak no .nolo only wring my hand In silence. One soul likutliis, "tie-livered from the hand of the enemy," ( Low does it repay for u thousand slights, ami nil tlio imivoiioiiiimI words thutSi'iiliu . I? Semi-Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 4, d888. NO. 24 ii. I lmr.s,o ,,, .to. OI.I Kentucky fnontls ... up ewry , ",,!,,t. i:.!!',;U' ,,S'UC ? "y iU,tehtt.".1 '" I meet .Mrs. Kllsin. nee. Miss Nellie Dun run, in l.aiuu.U'rt wiinii. . msi huw upon what tlie good doctors pronoi.nceil her hut who ih now the pieture , health. Jf ever there was a elear ease "Divine healing" Iter's wan. I liiivo always thought the beautiful faith of her sister, Mm. IHek Warren, was the nel through which the mighty of (Soil ., itH Ktvilll. mUi. W(,rk. Mine mi,ll0, ,rdlv "a until, of miistnrdseod" . t,)M.t w'( ,wlly j the dear girl seemed to be; but I only mention it now remark how mich catenas her's ate heartlessly forgotten, while sneem on and the aunties who practice it, an copied from one v mil newspaper to another; and passed from one prejudiced lip to another, clerical and lav. What will glorify (Sod that is so easily forgotten. What will exalt man -that remains. "Oh, what will tlie harvest be." when the mighty day of retribution, in the hands, of the peat Destroyer, eomes, and his our hiipk'KH nice a.e forecIied" l'V l It but men sue "willingly ipionint of." Lots of trailing men here. The line homes that tlash b, with ycntMin broad- briiuuied slouch hats, Mnulliii(:tbeshafts di i vin; sulkies, and raising; a ilust on Peach Tree avenue, in no uncertain way, prifluiiil that Kentucky is putting in an iiipeanuice, whercwr "fancy stockV isin iuestion. When eablf cam are siibttitiitedforthe picsi'iit street mil way arninueineiits that inut needs be and un satisfactory where the ups and downs arc so violent and freipient - there will Ik- little to criticize phyisically, and Atlanta will lie fully worthy of herbeautiful name. , r.ver in Jesus, (Jko. . Huixix HUBBLE. f this eoinmiiiiity aiv pniud of the Inti'.i.ioii Jociin m. on account of its industry in gathering the news from all parts of the country. - II. (iose, from Pulaski county, was heie with some cattle and .-old to It. I. Hubble for about -' cents. Cut worms are now eating gn.s as the corn is slow alHt.it getting up. Wheat cannot la' let ter than a half crop here. vitiiiilnv Ireii.t! the ilnv for the clef tion of trustees for all common schools the people should rally to the polls us though some peat financial question was to be voted on. Fleet men who will stand for the good of their district regardless of friends or old acquaintances. Men who will fail to employ a teacher merely because he is dressed well and wears a " hat to cover 5 cents wottb of brain-. Our Sunday-School Convention met Friday night and was opened by an appropriate lecture by Pro. Caldwell, of Danville, followed by Hev. .Myers and ti. P. Height, who gave some gin id ideas on the subject. Several preachers were present on Saturday and manyqiicstions were discussed very ably during the day. A query box was opened and many questions were interestingly debited. The question: Should pupils be allowed to use their lesson leaf while reciting? ought to have been asked ami argil 'd as follows. They should not for it only eati"'e.s them to be dilatory about prep.uing the les.on. Hoys and girls will neglect their lesson all week ami when recitation comes they will drag to the seat as though they had corns on their toe and when the question is asked all will be .is busy finding it as though tlie leaf wa a mill stone and bad to have a hole looked through it before using it. Wh -n the answer is found it is poorly read and as to the meaning they are as Ignorant as the unlettered rustic is of Hlackstone's commentaries. If the books were closed on leeitatious it Would cause more study, less shirking and would give more lasting insight and diive droncs'to business or into obscurity. The above is submitted to tiie ollleem of Sunday schools. A Wiiiti: Skasos. It is more anil more apparent that the coming summer is to be what is called a "white season." White will be the .-age in everything white gowns, white fans, whitu gloves for evening and even white stockings, which, among some of the most fashion able women, have already superseded black. Whole suits of white will lio extensively worn, with hats and bonnets to match, bast summer white was not much worn. -Philadelphia Times. m --Chesapeake & Ohio common stock is ...toted at one cent since tlio m Syrup of Figs Is Nturo'i own truo laxative. It U the mo.t easily taken, and the moit effectlvo remedy known to Cleanse tho System when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Tiles, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal, For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Thi, nMM,.wl,rkI ,,,,. whl John Ctm,m.iM ,., , ,, ,,,,,, tllt. lm l front ..f tlio A ilui. glitcr of Ji'llMuliii ............. . h . .... ,(...l (-. ... , , .... ... . : , ,. .M:.nrliestor ro.ul, was hiirm'il to death . onp (,,(V lm wuek 1y 1ki. vhtMl k. of ' ' .,,,,.. , yu MlHnk,t ,iauKhter of W. 11. Jackson, has returned from Cincinnati, I having graduated at the Cincinnati Con-1 Hirvatoryof Music. London may congratulate liemelf in having so and talented a musician. --.lames tSrepiry, of Mnrydcll, mail-carrier between here and Manchester, was arrested by Deputy l. S. Mamlial V. It. Riley Wednesday evening and placed hi "jail on a warrant Hworu out by Deputy Collector Mctiee, charging him with selling whisky along the mail loute. From the present outlook this place will during the coming .season double in progress and in improvement. Real estate has advanced very much and several dwelling and a largu and spacious building are in course of construction. Work has commenced at tlie planing mill, which will greatly facilitate tlie building of houses. Judge R. Ruyd is at home fixiin his circiiU and will commence court here fiurain on the 14th hist. M. T. Craft re turned Tuesday evening from a business trip to North Carolina and is on the sick lit. Judges Itureing, Hrown, Jones and Raker were in Imisville this week attending the convention. R. It. Craft is home again from a trip through the Rig Sandy country, letting mail routes. Miss Mattie Sawvem. of Neptune, K v., is iiing relatives her.'. Sunday-School Convention. Pmxt Lick, K., .May 1. The Tate's Creek Haptist Association held their! Convention with the Mt Tabor, Paint Lick church on last Saturday ami Sunday. There was a large erowtl present and the exercises were in structive and entertaining. D. 0. Slaughter, of Dripping Spring, delivered the address on preparing and teaching the Sunday-school classes. At the of his address he took occasion to remark as follows: "Perhaps some of you have heard that I have peculiar re- ngiotts views ami 11 may nave . your earn that I taught heresy in the Sunday-school. Well, if I do I just want to say that I don't understand the mean- ingoftheword. I believe ihoiil(l .v.... ,.w..v..v. , v. , ..,. . and humility in the Sunday-school cliis; that Ood is a good Ood,a just God ami a God of Love and mercy; that God wauth everybody saved, but that they cannot ic save., iney are wining; that Jesus Christ is the only Son of Cod; that He came to this earth ami suUcml ' and died on the cross; that whosoever believed on Him should not perish, but have everlasting life, and that only in Him ami through Hint can any one he saved, and above all other things it should be the pleasure as well as the! .1. G. Chinn, celebrated the 101st mini-duty of the Sunday-school teacher to , vemary of her birth ot Lexington and pursuade his scholars to accept ' day. Her husband was.tH yearn old Jesus Christ as their Savior. This is April 1. The aged couple mairied what 1 believe and what I teach; if this 'in lh".', each having been previously is heresy then I am n heretic." j married. Notk. Mr. Slaughter has a class of '.'oi The Democratic State Convention of young ladies in tlie .Mt. Tabor Sunday New Hampshire met at Concord Tues- ... .. . . . .." i mi. .1...; i l i .!!.. st'liool. I pon Ills return iroin llieiay. i lie resolutions itoopieu ucaiuiy Springs last fall he was re-elected by 'indo.se the administration of I'residei t private ballot, every member of the class voting for him. Some objection being nii'.de by one or two church members, a new election was called on the 1st of April, when he was again unanimously elected teacher. For the last'three Sundays every member of his class has had perfect lessons. That "factious minority," six in number, have all been excluded from the church anil Hev. John G. Pond, their leader, has been denied the privilegs of public speech in Mt. Tabor church. ' The Standard Oil Company has begun tlie work of piping oil to Chicago from the Lima oil Held. The estimated cost of the line, without the pumping machinery anil reservoirs, is about j?",!)) per mile. The total length of the pipe will be about 210 miles and the entire investment will aggregate about The (Slasgow Times says: "Susan 11. Anthony declares that all men are hogs. Miss Susie should remember that even woman herself was uindo from a spare rili." Yes and she might also remember that the female parent of a hog is almost invariably referred to as an old sow.-Col. Hull. ss The Pacific Coast .Steamship steamer (Jueen of the Pacific, plying between San Francisco and the Southern coast ports, sunk near Fort Harford. Passengers saved. Being More Pleasant To tho taste, moro acceptablo to the stomach, and moro truly beneficial in its action, tbo famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly superseding all others. Try it. Ons bottle will prove its merits. For sale by A. II. Fenny, Stanford. CRAB ORCHARD. ' , , , , it. i I .Mm. trin.iiiiiiK for, Miss Alice I Ian tin tins season in her milliners' store. -There will lienuodilingiit anil ,.,...,..,,. ,, .,. ,. (lf ,)l!s ......... 'and the eontraitiiig parties will he one ,,,. mm ,,,,,,. V01inj? hMm ml(l u ....rtain widower hereabouts. N -Hev. 15. H. VanXt.vs proarl.od at tlio Christian church Inst Sunday afternoon and Hev. W ill McKee, ot Danville, .Nil.' night. All who heard him were very It much pleased with his sermon. to Mr. W. F. Kennedv and child.eii desire to return their sincere thanks to tlie good pcoplu of Crab Orchard for their many kindnesses to Mm. Kennedy during her longjllness and especially to those who numed her ho carefully and waited upon her so faithfully. To her doctors also they extend thank for watchful attention. Mm. W. R. Dilliot. has returned from a visit to Mm. Joe Cofl'sy, in Danville. Mm. Sam Rothwell, Mr. and Mm. Clay Kantl'mii., of Lancaster, came over to Mm. Kennedy's funeral. Mr. S. R. Kennedy, who came home to attend his mother's funeral, returned to Tennessee Monday night. Mr. and .Mm. M. C. Williams went home to Mt. Vernon Mon day. Misses and Sallie DeRonle, of M.inford, are the guests of Mm. Andy Foley. It is with feelings of deepest sorrow-that we announce the death of .Mrs Mary J. Kennedy. After languishing ot. a bed of stifle ring for livelong mouths she was called home on the night of April 27th. "After life's fitful fever comes rest." How sweet that rest must have been to the tired, weary, pain- racked soul that has jnnt passed over the billows of death and into the heavenly port. Yes, she has taken her place in the throng of the redeemed ones that M,rrmni the great white throne of the Almighty Jehovah. She was born June 'J.t, 1815; confessed religion, was baptized and united with the Christian church before she was 20; was married to Mr. W. F. Kennedy Dec. 14, IS(t5, and to then, eight children were born, seven of whom are living. Wherever the deceased was known she was- most highly esteemed and loved, for she had a kind word for all, was ever ready to aid thoe , Stress and wait upon 'the sick and HUiroriiis. She bure her illness with mlu., ,, MimiXt wns nu.scious until the ,,,, aI. .NlMW aw.,v IH.aei.fullv, leaving ,uanv i,imli.. herts to mourn her loss, utfV.'j. !. preached the fu- m.nu discourse ai me i mistian rimtvii on Sunday morning in tlie presence of a large assembly of people, after which her remains were laid to rest in tlie Odd Fellows' Centeterv. The grief stricken f.llIlUv ,,aVl. tlll hV,n.mtilv u the entire WII1lullitv j their sad bereavement, sssssssssssssssssssss.ssssiisissssssssss A "gooper pea" trust is the latest, linns in St. Louis, Cincinnati, New York, Norfolk, Petersburg and Sinithville, V..., having combined to control the market. Mm. Catherine Chinn, wife of Dr. Cleveland; recotiiiiiend him for reiion ination, and ajiprove his message to Con-, gress on the subject of tarill' reform and the reduction of war taxes. JCo one who. fatigued by over emotion , of body or in. ml. has ever experienced tlie reviving influence of a tumbler of in ilk heated as hot us it can be sipped will willingly, suys tlie Medical Ileconl, forego u resoi t to it. The promptness with which its cordial influence is felt is indeed surprising, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salselii the world tor cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhiinn, fever sorus, titter, chapped Hand, chilblains, corn, and all skin eruptions, ami piisltisely cures piles, or no pay required It is guaranteed to ge perfect satisfaction or njincy refunded I'nce 35 cents per box For s lie by A R Penny, .Stanford, Ky Is Consumption Incurable ? Head the following: Mr C. II. Morris, Newark, Ark., s.ijs. "Was duwn with Abscess of the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced 111c me an Incurable consumptive. Ilcgan taking I)r King's New IHscovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle and able to orerscc the work on my farm It Is the finest medicine cer made'" Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, a): "Had it not been for Pr King's New Discovery for Consumption I would h.ie died of Lung Troubles. Was gu en up by doctors. Am now In the but of health" Sample bottles free at A. K. Penny's drug store . ElectricBitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. AH who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not eist and It Is guaranteed to do alt that is Maimed Klectrlc Hitter will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Hulls, Salt Kheunt and other affections caused by Impure blood. Will drlse Malaria from the system and present as well as cure all Malarial Fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Hitters. Kntire satisfaction gauranteed or money refunded. Price 50c and Jt per bottle at A. It. Penny's drug store. PAD CJ t I" I? I A im.k of .r.H J (J K O A I J l!i. I and rfd '""tlnn Hi n louutry ston1 Vddn'ss Country Store Or." . .. w.,ii Stanford K lis VVMi C1 t r n I At A. I V.iii de rUK oAljl!i. I Sow bred tulmpediitrii'd lo.rj alo the lioir, IIH and some cord wood I THOMAS . NEWLAND . Candidate for re election to .lie'otlice of Micriff.niitijecttotlie action of tlie democracy JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, .1 Candidate for reelection a Jude of the K. Court of AppciU from lhi, the id Dittnu. uhjeit the aclion of the Pemoirac) to FOB. SAXiE. House and 25 Acres Land Two ttillo South of Stanford on Neil's Cn-ck Addrc mc at C.irlNle, K W, CIt Aid EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, UAXVtlit.K, KY. Ha mned to hi elrant new building opponte the pwiofliic and i better than ever prepared to accommodate the pulilic with fine pictures from photograph to life tit e. S itisfaction guaranteed. H. A. EVANS, A. B A.M. Analytical Chemist, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I Make a specialty of c al, mineral water and mineral anal Anal) deal n uric of any kind. Send fur a circular l.l NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON. KY. This old and well-known H itel i mill maintaining its fine reputation. Charge reasonable. Special attention to the tra elin z public. .M. P Nr.WCOMIl, I'rop., Mt Vernon, Ky, liTJMBEH YAKDI I have purchased the lumber of Messrs. Cieore I) Wearen and I M lirucc and will open a ok yard at the one purtliiscd if Mr Wearen llesides lumber in rouH and dressed, I will carry a lirjje line of window sashes, doors anJ shingles, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by Mr. Wearen. s ; HOCKKR r KKIP S l,. MOCKElt.SKC A C MSF, SWT STANFORD piamm mill compmy Manufacturer 1 1 Flooring, Weatherboftrdlnp;, Colling, Finishing; Lumber, Mouldings, Saab, Etc. Saah. Doors ftncl Blinds alway'8 in stock. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON. KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Renos ate J and Rf'irnished, Fare and Kea.oiuble D y and night Trains arc met by I'otite t'orler. of tin Popular Iloue. WOOD WALLACE, THE GEXTS' FURRISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fnhions of tlio d iy in thefieits Furnish, in-line u ill always he fuund in n. store. I am agent tor the Indianapolis stc . u Laundry, the best Laundry in the wotld. .SssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssK rsssssssssssssssB J sssssMsssssssssssssPsCftJsnissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS VT 11. J J. KUAN'S, slCCrSsDk M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, 511 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUOKY. A discount of 10 per cent, will bo K'ei mt .! orders sent for Hat. with :i cup) of thealoso ad sertivnient, ninitiuiiiiii; pajHT NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. The imdirsiuticd, Craig l,t nil, C M Jones, Janie Dudderar.W. I fucker and John d Ljnli Inve associated themselves together tobeininc III corporated as a stmk company under the corpor ate name of the Stanford unit Oiter.heim 'Iurn. pike Road Coinpanv I The business to be conducted is the building , maintaining and conducting of a McAdamued turnpike road from the Stanford mid Halls flap Turnpike Koud to Ottrnhelm I The principal place of business .lull be Stun 1 ford, Lincoln county, Ky The corporation shall lonunencc on the 15th day of May, iS38, and terminate on the lith day of Slav, 1938. , , The authorued capital stock is to be fillecn thousand dollars, ninth shall be paid at such t linen and in such amounts and upon such terms as the , Itnsnl nl sh ill mescrtbc The affairs of the corporation are .0 be nun agei! ! I.i. t. hmnl nf ti.i Diri'l'llir,. llllC (if wIlDIIl sllill l selected a. president by the board; and such directors shaft be elected on the first Saturday 111 June of each year and shall scrrf fur one year next ensuing their election. Said hoird shall alo elect 11 clerk and treasurer The highest amount of indebtedness to which this corporation may at any lime subject itself shall not exceed one tnoiisann uonars , I Thenritaie property of the stockholder shall 1 be exempt Irom the corporate debt.. Craig l.ynu, C. M. Junes, James Dudderar W. T. Tucke? John Ci. I.ynn. . Sunfurd. April u. iM3. l M.l'JlO I". liUFi'MAH, SUKtiKON DKNTIsr, Stantord, - - KKVrUCKV. i OfTi oulli ldc Stain, two duor above Depot St, sk"VH 4' t it"5 I W. b. rKSN THASK V IIKRBERT, D. I 3. Fenny & Herbert, nr.NTisTs. ' ($m TT Lancaster I IJ ite court-home. All work guaranteed to gie en tire tatitfaitiou S MAHTIN ISO. M. CKKKIK IlKOnllRA ti, Ks Ma, i S3 Albright .V Martin hex, ta inform their manj friend and clitomer of the change in firm nam MARTIN & PERKINS, The new firm hope not only tosutaln the reputation of the old, but intends to make many improvement in the manufacture of tobiccowliich will be to the interest of our customer. We will devote special attention to our Natural I. eat brand ot Kentucky's belt leaf. Thinking; you fnrpal favors and asking for a continuation ci your trade, ve remiin Krspectfully your, S6m THE 'GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUOKY. THE LARGEST pAND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES 32.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDING to rooks: TUKKIMM.V RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTEL STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-known Hotel still maintains ils high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to his Huest. l!aggvs'e conreyed to and fro ii depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. 1871. 1888. Lebanon Planing Mill. fcaSs3BFPlsssssssssssssssssssl A OKI LMT, LKUsNON, KY Doors. Sash, (Hinds, Primes, Casing, I!ase Mold ings Mantles, llracket, Cornices, .Stairs, Newels, II ilitstcr. Verandas, S(0te Fronts, Shelving, Counters, Hoariu, Siding, Miinjlcs, Laths, Kougli and IreseU Lumber, Send for price before buying ele here. ivery, cei and Sale Stable, rjk l.s.r s x . y , "tLv . . . k &.u. - v.. v '. rr. mtJ t s2r&?&i9mv o -?'s" W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. I ON DON, k. (iood turnouts and saddle horses alay for hire on reasonable terms London is the most point on the railroid to reich places in the in the moii.itain section of the State 10 THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. C. I' Simmons. St. Louis. Proo'r M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Kst'd lisp. In the U. S. Court J. ILZeilin, Prop'r A. Q.Simmons Liver Hcgulator, Kst'd by Zcilin tSS3. M. A. S. L. M. has for 47 jears vmivu ii.uiubauuii. iiibiuvan.. DYSrErSIA.StCK llEADACltK,LOS. Appbtiti, Souk Stomach, Ktc. Kev. 1 11. Kami, castor M, Jf. ! Church, Adams, Tenn., writes:"! b Sil minK 1 sr.outit nave ocen dead But lor your Genuine M. A. Simmons Liver .Medicine. I have fmuwtfS sometimes had to substitute fL'rit I "Zeilln's tuff" for your V Items! cine, but it don't answer the 1 Is. ft ISIS I purpose." Hffiput Dr. J. H. Graves, Editor Tkt Diilitt. Memphis. Tenn. ssvs: I rrcelved a package of your Liver Mcaicinc, anu nas uscu nauoi 11. It works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator and cer talnly no more oFZcilin't mixture. I Wsss V " SSSJ!S? M " jJv it niR . SB ill "ilSHi I aflR rirtr tflH K! 111 I' sssslsssssssssssTisraBi ' (OF!! HsssssssissssAlssn I 'j'JIIsW.flBiHHn'flB MHBMPJ P5SssssssssW -. ' -- - " " Klegantlurnltiire, sharp raiors and experienced workmen make my Tontorial Artiit Kooms the foremost in this part of the State Hair cutting shaslng und shampooing done In the latest and most Improved st)k. Mv special attention svill belsen to ladles aid chld.eii I" J KSSK J. 1 HOMI'.spN. Manford, Ky.