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VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 29, d888. NO. 31 THE WAR STILL ON. Dr. Kcndrlck Comes Back at Bro. Williams With a Sledge Hammer. i5t:o. Wii.i.hms: -.My IItMiiiri pith lil til in Imtiihh: .loruwi ly ie wit- neither in- calculated to provoke a rcplv fiom liny om. You mivdit ur well Imu replied loan- of my One ol vou heunl Vcttcr calculated to provoke reply, a- t -Turk VOH full i till- face. I wiii tolil tlmt untiling (unlit be done with you. Since Mr. converted vou mill quieted your av'iiiii, I thought the plain tiuth ini;rht set you lit-lit. In thi li-p' I hImII "try ttt'iiiu." Y-mi .-ay "I now think I committed ii in atisuciiiijr our winum ul nil." Thi is I'luoiinixiny. What 11 pity vou did not it Then you add "J hcichy ledge to Mun-I collected in tin1 mutter tlmt you admit ii plunility of on I -end to in no loimry work." Thi- mi-take foundation of vour cxelniiia Mich im my lioini1 nil the ami doim; nothing to the etc., which never lull niiy foundation in fuel. Thi con f -i u ruin- your attack on me. Now If V'l woulil make u dozen or ;o mote nc kind you mluht lorrn t your mistake-, tain moiv vou haw not. To aid you in good work I w I note ii ftw of !. If you really intend to hi- condld, v should admit your mistake n to iiiiiuiiii oivan. It hfttc i' It wiih not Ihvuum. I'vuui liml "un j.n hands that iwl Miiote him, hut "I imin' lie put Id hand to tin- Ark." .-e- ' ("Ii. :M0, Num. 1.1..; and "vc sought Him not after the due on It r;" I I'll. I " : 1 M. You should more 1mIoiv yon write. . You my: "Your Hjlnt& involve the Viv.it 1 m h I y of your lrelhivn eveiywhcre in the l". S. for ciitatKlug in mUionary vv rk and in the of the orntin. etr." Tin- in a very ! inUtuke. It the ImhIv of the tirutliivn" ure .n crtoi Imu tlo win know It? I .i'ii Hine I tlo not know it or ft. My i that the vrctit 1m' of my hretlueu are mmiiuI vct.Hcto t thcrwic you lmve no know iti.' it' Nor could it Nil'ett the aivumeut a- the right or wrong of the miittvn lit! They art not 1 Ity numheix. Yon venture Uo it. I.. Ii and nwon hadlv. You niv: "I your your integrity and mot Ives-, never." 1'oihly you did not intend to ii v integrity or my motive, hut I pie tuie every one of your tenders hi you1 And u the of your Yon hould he mote art-fill what ou Iet voiir own Ik- niietioneil. i it piwMhle for me mtuuteil by "e'reniely view Mind fooling," out- who teaches wlioe I.iIioim ure itiinited with to te actuated by proper motive'.' or t betontiued to tlie tiuthV Would not n P plum confc ion heie lie far better than a pcM.rell'ort at equivocation? "i. You are exceedingly unfoi lunate in ni.r statementN i to ni Inbuo in Texns in lvsd and iw to my Imvinj.' "a party in Southern California who refue to with the brethren in inif Mon work, etc." I have no micIi paity nn where, larp' or Hinall. We mv co-p rating in tuition work and havehecn all tlie while. I vixitfit Tea- to do what I could to hinder liivonl and di virion and have credit niuon those who know the facts iiiuelibotti'i than you ier will know them, for doim: the work of my life. " We are holding on to tlio old wavft tie ltilde ways both in Texas and California, and trying to nt otheiH from piinr out and buiu' a .veit. We wheio all our leadiiif; nun stooil only a few yours auo, and we propose ncitlier to be pushed oH'this old lilatform, nor to follow the lead of the orpin or other human inventions to take the iilaco of the divine plan and so create strife and evil. Others push them drive them. We only repel them, as we do the mourner's bench, tin.- KoinUh eonfessional, etc. This much we certainly owe to truth and purity of worship, to union and peace. ti. You say our eviiiit&'liziu;: committee has not a dollar, or a contemplation in the direction of foiefan mission work "that 1 tyoit) have ever heard anything about." AjbiIh. J'"" )' coitaiit things of Southern California are so, "unless my (vour) Infonuation is very incouect." It n "very incorrect;" and it is time you wne getting better infoinintion bei'oie act using me or others. If you are not more careful you will get up a first-class reputation for venturesome carelessness and mistakes and your best friends will not know when to receive your statements, though they are not disposed to question your veracity. .Surely you should know before you repot t evil of your neighbor, if you mean to follow the golden rule. 7. You say: "You are preaching and writing iiL'alnst the employment of preacheis by the church." This is another clear mi-take. I the chinches would employ them all. siippoit them and send them out to preach they i-.iii do mot good. S. Then comes thi: "Ivipecinlly ate you pivacliini: making any en- to pay preacher any ghen amount for hi labor." Another mi-take. i I only oppo.e pay and the j to w hat we earn pay or no ji.iv. u c siiomii in noil, to a so much pivach for mi much a A preacher ha- the light to Iheoll the go.pel. isall the eaitlijy wages attached to hi- otliee. (V) And when the be and i- uuilty. a- when a civil otlher charge mine than the salary legally be loiigiiiir to his oitliv. I do not "piv.ieh iigaln.t" bargain-, or sum, tho' I am not much to make bargain- Can you !. Then you mi: "You are dealing your blows calling any man of a eonaieviition other than the local elder-." Thi- is the time you bine not lieen mi-taken. emphatically id. I deny the light of a hiied limn, and a youui: man, to "Iwitl it ovei (SihI". heritage." Youmr and wik need the aid of preacher- for a time and other churches need Thi- is all j any man can say. l'.ven I'.io. Williainiin tleny that this is the of Paul. Hi-mi-take heie i- in lot "the that which lie must know, I i- not The Jews did not more thoroughly change tin divine soveniiuent, thin modern system ehaiig e- the government appointed for Hi-Church. ID. You chatved me with term-of frateiual fellow-hip that you iwmkl "ner. no never I invited you to read my very srniiou and be that I not one word on Now, to find one word on tli you make a reat and mistake by trying to on-.-true ivrtuin ivniark to menu what thev ilo not niian, and what I told you I never meant. Have I not a Hsht to say j wlmt I did mean" I II. Ywii ni ike another in ferring to ISro. ( line and the organ. That , i not the time when oii lidiculed the j of the tirmiti. A.-k m. lloeker. He ! will unir nieinory. I 'J. Your of the wmd "purilitv" twice. i a mi-take so nianifet I Mill leave your fiieiuls to lecttuv you on the subjeit. Then wa nothing at all akin to purilitj in what you refer to. 1:5. Then conic- this: "No man can show one single u'limmeriiiu scintila tion of eideiice that (iod ever ha, in any the of ut in tlie the hit man soul, to ed ami hallowed name. It im i- a- divinelv adapted to I the the hum.iu spiiit, in at'- fortlim: a propel method of epre hr. ! mill kdtirv unto inI a- III jiniyer i- iieioiin io in to (ioil, or the of the I.ort's i helpful to the soul in drawing uigh to and communing with (iod." Here are two idea- in vety strong language. 1. ee Amo- and that the pivtphet i- iriviug a eatalojue of coinplaint?. ami that, in lit eon uects Iail with the complained of "Invent of like David." that liotl disapproved the instrument- of music that IMvid made, unless an inspired man ha- put them in the wrong company. See al-o 1 Chiiiii. tl.'i:.": ' ('limn. 'M'2 P.ivid made and introduced the-e instrument. (!od never apjiMved of them. He only bore with them, a- lie did with a kindly iMveimneiit, polygamy, divoiee. etc., and Hesent et. Had ami Nathan, to regulate tli of them ' a- t have tlie po ible evil, a with tlie kingly government. I did not say they were as wicked a- pol yg.iniy, etc., but that -o far as authority for them i concerned they stood on the same ground. ( iod never either author leil or apjnoved any of them, or any of David's wrong-. He only bore with them. i. What a pity that Paul and all the so enttiely failed to bee that instrumental niusiu was so "divinely adopted" to these important ends! If I willing to be facet ion- I would .-ay, what a misfortune that Hro. W. did not live in the days of the Apostles, .-o he could Irtve had them to put in this "divinely adopted" and organ music, and so prevented till this controversy! What old fogies they all would have been' How do we know that they did not leave out other "divinely adopted" thing'.' H. You ask: "Does not llio. K.know that he misroprosonts the character of that dance of tiie Piophotess Miriatn.''i 1. e. in representing it as "a mere carnal dance for pleasute!" Bro. lvendrick knowsMiedid not iuireprehent it! lie did not tepiesent it as a "mere carnal dance for He said not one word about tlie character ot the dance. I am sorry for l.ro. W. here also, but he must account for his own mistake.-! Again: If that was a religious dance, why not haven religious dance around the Lord's tuble us well'.' i.e.ifyouarguufrotn thi'Old Testament at all; s.-e l.Siin. tl.14; IN. .".0:11; I!!.:',; I .VI. I; he .'!. I. Aiidiig.iin I say theie is as much authoiity for the dance in the worthip a there is for the oig.tn in the woiship. David's authority, not (Sod's, (mil provided a religion for the .lews and did not put instrumental music in it, and for t."0 years thete weie nointiument in that worship. David iut them in and (iod bore witli them a He did with error, hut never did approve them. Hcdiapprov ed them a we have in Amos li:.1 and a lie did a kingly government, polygamy, divorce, etc. !.. True candor reinires the admission that nothing i- in the New Testament worship simply it i.-in tlie Old. You certainly know and it was a great mi-take on your p.ut not to make that admission. I a-ked your attention to it. Why refer to the Old Testament at all in HI. You greatly wiong the authors yon quote on ,filfa as you I concerns personal and love and and wiong me: and then you change the co-operation, suvuV to the verv few al-issue entirely. vU: from the claim I 'their that ready named. I am sot ry, on or has in it tlie idea of the I count, that they make themselves excep organ, to iiiV excluding the use of the I tions; ami if I should be permitted to organ, au no one ever made, I sup visit them again, it will be with good 11. lien vous.iy: "Again you say 'I dent, and The Lord bless 1 have thought of kind ' v that .1 .1 n-i 1 1 1 1 0.1 hl ' ,,! l hv a" ' " to cruel j your groundless and .f Jfi Vl lK'tu'r like useful and I my jireaching being satuni more more ! teil with came of vour men morelianuv! The Lord oreserve 11 all l'1' . M'1 1. I iiahit andsturitsogenerally nil.... 11 11111. ,111; oui IIiailK for your 'kindly I lop,, vou 1 feel better now! I intend no ironv. f'eel 1 th.iuktul to my many friend- for the! friendly they'have indieated in 1 repotting to you -o of habit and spirit:' I will ' trv to , piotlt hy this '.-ad of hii'mau i weakiie . A to the I I'll. ii... Ii.t niv 111 .Lift ....,:.! ' . ! - ........ in nun imu III 1 your mind, so far a- the questions di-1 good and glowing better even- da v. We eus.ed in art eoneerned. If ! have two full stores (general' nit'iehan I have written one statements . .. that i- i- . 1 , , 1 not 1 1 tie. my .m ver is that no ,hfce ,,U""-. a "P-'"'Ii human heait may ever' believe it." ' 'Here is quite a giwd going 1 lam happy indeed tualluw that theteis!011 Mt "'', 1,UK0 lumber, as "no mi-take" in tin-, utiles after all. I "---l-. stave-, A-e. j you are not 111 re than half in I1 ' hir peojile are very about take it, however, a literal and true and ' ,ut' -,!,',s i!,l 1""' 'aynesburg turn-1 note It with joy. ! pike road, will probably be Is. In your first attack you to ' Im',wl 1k'ou' ,'ro, me a-an "enemy," saying you would1 ,ur fall term of fie will com-thrown bomb into the "enetnv's eamp." 'i'i't this about July and I am not vour eiiAnv. Hro." V. mid ! eontinue for live months. We have ll'O would lie deeply p.tined to find I had ever done or said anythin', to imlieate enmity. It to me that t lli.O ..(' ..... - ... ' the death. Is not vteat mi-take? Hi. The ell'ort to dicredit those who ' testify that the i- not half so ' trood at since the use of the orjruu, wav a mi-take. I'rei1 1101 uie 01 it, nor was there any incompetency or tion. if the ground you allege for testimony vu- true, it would cut oil' your own that of your friends at tunny point :'). You that I do not know the -inking at too, i- a mi-,- rt,'l'"tl.v oiyamt'd hv 1'iof. W. V. Nile-, take. I heard in about adoen is ,m,ki" ,,m' ni""il for ,,oth vhuieh the and it !,u'1 s,,,a.v nouldlie very unkind to intimate that. - i- nn a boom in they did not do their ' tMi "'sliborhood. IjuuI ha- advanced mi.mm'sIon. j ' HH) per cent, in the two or tluve Now. w. William-, von niv vour last htr real estate agent, It. M. .. . 1.. ... . .. . ." ... "1 . .!i:...l ., .. 1 repiy win, 111 an proiiaiulitv, lie the endivvl" ""-, "i 1 of our correspondence in this life." Vetv well. 1 did not commence it. You uidely attacked me, when vou were no mote interested than other.- and you , have heeti adding to your mistake at evervMep. I shall not attack I on. iss..n.. .t wound your tender , est feeling-, or injure your intluence. I have only w hat 1 tleemed nece .trv to keep vou from destroviu" mv ' ' .1 -s, and making me peioimIly odious. 'lt. ....... 1. . . . ! 1 1 11.11 you nave tuned, n, 1 presuin", ap pircnt even to you. Everywhere, except with .1 few in Mttntotd, of your own type and spirit, I have luul a welcome and reception, more lieatets and than I had ever contemplated 01 could claim. I think no man could the lialf 1 have received on all hand- in and coutl deuce, and this general avalanche in And I have been far more en- courage.! by the of mv laborsthan , .. . . . . , . 1 1 ....... ...im-i. . mm miioivu Willi ,!,, anjm,imct cure, pile., or no piy re1 lo and attended the co-opera , ijutrcd It is guaranteed to uise tioll at Mllckville for Melcer, Anderson tion or money refunded l'nce ccnu per box. and counties, almost pre, ''''' ' . K . I'en.o. Stanford, K j n in m --s-. I. ..-. cisdy after tiie old order, and as we are Worth Knowing. workinu' in California. There j Mr w , Mor?in, nurcnJUlt ,k, c,ty. Kia.. Wiix Hot a jtir or tltlkilld WOtd. Thete! ssastaUen witha eerC'old, attended with reported SOIlie , ircssuw Couch and runmni; into Consumption ill school scholar, and neailv (t.ODt) mem'. ' ,uhr,t ,Ulc, He ,rilJ Inn' cMed lmpuhr . . , , , ,. ' , 1 couch remedies and steudllv wor.e. VV'.i her-. I heard of no discord and not u tedlKClJ , hu , AMmlty llllicll of peiSOlllll ditlicilltics, except ill was unable to sleep Finally tried I)r, Kiiu's Ne the only church that Uses till organ. ' found There is a lack of and espec "-''.. llK,u, hlf ''" . 1, , ., ... .,..,. , , foun J himself ss ell jnd h.s hid no return of the .ally when the "hired pastor' tceds and , dUea aMkttnmaii iun ,how , 8r,nU a Ill (iaiTtlfd, lioyle and I.ituolll, recrifcuresas Dr. Kin-'. Nw 0.c if for , if there are more than fourorgan.s I hiivy 1 Coi.jmptwn .iuinntd Jo sUat n not limiril of tlosin nn.I nr.. r,.tt...r ' cUim.il for II - trial bottle frw it A. k. I'wny's I "teehle folks," and not very healthy. The singing, I am sure, i- far better than it is where the organ K and the cliurclies,.so far as I could learn and as a matter of fact, are leilst dependent Oil preacher... Tilt phlll , for chilli II CO-Operation js. I thillk, 111 I could ciiti ,.,'.., , . else the manner ot carrying It out on the llllt of tllO in some ' llllt the OUtlOok is hopeful. I Hud a great lack of discipline, which I think is mote chaigable to the preach-on than the eldeis generally. I.xccpt this lack of discipline, I should feel wonderfully well for the condition of the eau-e in these six counties. Whether it is better or worse in other counties I do not know. Weie it in my power it would allord me great pleasure to answer at least some of the urgent calls to go and "see how they do." Ilro. W. see then how greatly he has failed to put me out ol line with the great mass of the disciples in Kentucky; all, indeed, except the very few whom I will not characterize by any oll'ensive uoids .My vi.-it and association with leadeis in Lexington and Paris was very happy indeed. Uro. Williams and a few only around him mut bear oll'all the honor of me, crying "enemy, etc." I shall carry to California, if I live to get there, the memory of green tlelds and sweet and gushing fountains, so far as hone tiiat thev will be more wise, urn to His eternal kingdom and glorv! and trulv. C. j of Downey City, t'al. 1 WAYNESBURG. I I'eihaps a few line from our quiet' hamlet would not run your leaders eta! V. -l:l t 111 tlmt ttmir in scholar.- of school in the larmei are still brooding over their Io es by the recent Wheat is! Mill! to 111 lllllllllfi.il lit- ttl.tl are making thinjrs lively both in garden and lleltl. One fimiH'r claim- to havV caught tlo in one m" of "orn 1 The here i- in irood I condition under tlie leadership of liev. I J. T. Barrett, ol" Our Min-day School is al-o in .od shape under the niauagenient of K. 15. Caldwell, Jr., Superintendent. There are Hi cla es in ' tlie school, well filled. We had 108 in at- hl Sunday. Tlie sinning train from the North to greet some I nionied man ami show him our beau tiful forest, immense lime-tone quarries, blooming clover fields. s:e. Heal I awnts have succeeded in locatitn.' sever !" families ftoin Ohio in tins section, mm, ',vei.v iippeuniiice of being. an honest, enterpri.ing jmle. ' The excitement we laid was1 ' puppet doll, tluee canl nionte 1,ow "t'."t .Vl.r.v. '"'" 'lver Itiseiiients ahead, clainiinj to iieitorm wolll.lt When the crew arrived there were two little bovs. aned 1J and 14 res. pei tively, with a couple of small burst juper coveied trunks and one old. small 1 goods box without any cover. The lit! tie fellows went to work, rented a room, 1 bought a dime's w 01 th of coal oil and announced the show ready The boys of the town didn't io in woith a cent, so the show left in without taking' in any of tlie "filthy lucre." ! Bucklen's Arnica Salve. j The lust s.llsc in the world tor iuU, bruises, -'..--;''-'''. cr..oiw .utter, chap. . pt'd It in 1, cliillilain. orn. .nut all skin cmp. I Dru Renews Her Youth. Mr. Phirbe Che.lej, Clay Co., loa, tells the fotlouinc rtmnrkablt story, the truth of hi. h vouchod for b tin residents of th ton: I am -1 inn old. h isc been troubled sHth kidnev complaim and lameuuss fur niayjearm ould not dress myself ithoul ..-p Nl un free from J ',1",aml V"""-"' ;' ' my o., houteuork, I owe my lliinln Ie utectiiq Hitters, fnr nMiB re.4 niy )UUlh ,.! turn. pleiely all di.ca.e and mm, I r) a I. jot and J". at V.lt. Penn,' lira Store. C. A. BENEDICT & 00., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, .STANK)KI), K Vfll ilnlleJ tn nrJi r .inJ nt factury 30 , H. A.EVANS,A.B.,A.!M. Analytical Chemist, LANCASTER, - - - - - KENTUCKY. Makct a ipeci.ilt) f cul, mineral water and mineralanaUi Auattiu' nurs "( jinv kind Send for a circular ' , NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. ThNold and well-known Unlet it (till maintain-ins It li'e reputation. Ch.irti reasonable. Special attention to the trat clinj public. M. V. NEVVCOM1I, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky, c w, MtTciir J. s. IIAVS. METOALF ii HAYS, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. liARIIOl'RVII.tand I'INKVtM.K, KY. Will practice in any io,irt in Eatern Kentucky Examination! of land titles made atpeciatty. Any ti'e traits of timber, coal and mineral land fur ale. Information furnished on any point and correspondence solicited. EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, 3AVIII.K, rev. Hamoed to hi elegant ne building opposite the postotHce and is better than eer prepared 10 accommodate the publit. wnh tine pictures from photograph to life ie. sitofai tion gi aranteed. WOOD WALLACE, TIIE GEKTS' FURKISIIER, 513 4th St., Louisville. ' ift'.e di) in the fJer" Furnuh. in-line ill alvnjs be fjund m my store. I am agent tor the Indianap li- Mum t.aundr), the best I.aundr in the world LUMBER "ZAHD! I hate purchased the yards of Messrs. George t VV earcn and I M Jiruce and ill open :i big yard at the one purchased of Mr VVearen lle.ideo lumber in rough and dressed, I still carrj a large line of uindovt sashes, doors and shingles, liths. tsosts and the picket fiiue formerly sold lis Mr. VVearen. mjr S fl UOCKKR HO kC,Ei A l S1F, SI I T STANFORD PLSMKG MILL CQMFEXY Manufacturers r.t Flooring, Weathorboardln?,', CelllnEr. Flnldhtns Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, Etc. Saah. Doora and Blinds always In Btock. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. GAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thorn i;hly Ken ate J and Kefuruhcd. rirt class Fare ind UeasonaMe I'n. ; Di) ml nijht Trains are met b) l'dite Porter of this Popular House. NEW Kl'TCHER SHOP. I haw 11 butclirr shop at Kn 'and in tin- I Slurc nnd am to furnish lilt- pub k lth .1'. k.nds ot 1111,11s, and .. in thr srasoii As I ui I continue iiinniiii; m wnnii dp iseiiu to ni) cus turners ill ItJi.furd and M.iintv M F F.I.KIN .Stanford female 'College. Prof P.ivton Iiasin the Trustees if Stanford Female C jllejle desire to emploj a .1 fur the Institution Addressat Stanford, I M KKIU. I UFO D VVinr.N, ' C .m'tee J VV.AI.COUN, ) STAIiTORD, KY, E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-know -i Hotel -i!l maintiuis its hijh reputition, and it. Prpnet r 1- Jetermin. ed that it shillbe -- tid ti 110 co 1 .r Hotel tn the State in us lire A r Atlen tion to his ; ict P. i'j ed t and fro n depjt free 01 nr, S, 1 -urn tionsK C 1 i.aer i !.ai r ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS K. K (IKOfiHEOAX'S, -. sUCVhSSOK TO M'MIOHAEL, TIIE HATTER, 511 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A discuunt of i pr sri.l ! jjiumi mi al ' orders sent fur Hats uitli :i ipy of the inentimiilii: pajwr. SUUC'.r.ON' M'.NTIST. Stanfortj, - - Kentcckv, Office outh lde Mam, two door atare Depot St, XCE, ICE, rCE ! I ill dclucr to regular in Stanford and Mcinit) ever) inornin At One Cent Per Pound ! Account miot be pud at thecle of each month or uhen K K. HARROW-. FOB. SAXiS. House and 25 Acres Iand Two inllc South of Stanford on N'ejl'i Cree.i. Addrc me .u C.irlioe, Kv W, CUAIO im u h rr.sN FKANk V IIEIIMtRT, D D S, Fenny & Herbert, DENTISTS, on Lanc.Ktcr ite court houe All vwrk guaranteed to give en lire R. S MVRTIN JMl M. PERKINS IlRODIIEAD, K., .M,l33; Albright V: Martin be; ta inform their min friends and customers of the change in tirm name MARTIN & PERKINS, The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repu tation of the old, but intends to make many mi piosementsin the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We uiU desote special attention to our Natural I.eal brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking )ou forpast favors and asking for a continuation 01 your trade, sse remain Respectfully sours, j 6m MA Kl f X A- V ER K I XS THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES $2.50 TO $4- PER DAY. ACCORDING to rooms: 1 'IL'RKInII A RISslVN IX HOTEL ivery, $ced ar4 Sale aMj, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. IOM ON, K (Old turn i's an t i J Jle horses 1 iy$ for hire onr easonable t:ri.is 1 ndon is the m:t conven ie nt point on the rai'road to rcsch pines in the 'n he mountain section of the State 10 1871. 1838. Lebanon Planing Mill, OFU il !"' T"- ' 1 LIIWiiN', KY Door., , I! iid., rrames, (. ism;, Ilase Mold 11115s Mamies. lira, ke Cornices, suits, Newels, llalusters, re tronts, sheliiii, Counter, Hoort g, idins, shingles. Laths, Kouih ..nd Dressed Lumber. Send for price bef re ins elsewhere. Hi -.it ton 1 razor, and ed rkuun in iKe mv I m. .n il Artl.t Komnstlie fiircinost In thl part ot the State Hair cutting, and liu'i'piciiiy done in the liitet and improwd ts lr. Ms itteiitlon il lie ivi to ' idle, and c. J staniord. Ki THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. C. V. Simmons. St. Louis, Pron'r M. A. Simmons. Liver Medicine, Kst'J !? '." thc U S' Coutt J ll.eitin.l'rop'rA.Q.Siininons Liver B Itegulafor, Est'd by Zcilin iy. M. A. S, L, M, h.i for 47 ears cured Indiglsiiov, 11iliousms UVSriPSIA,MrK lIADACIir.,I.OV Appktitb, Soor Stomach, Etc. TI.v T O .. ..GIIIS, ...... . llri..nd.l 9,U. .... ja. 1. iChurch, Adams, Tenn., writes: "1 ii.. in & .iiuuiu uasc ocen ucau out lur your i.cnuine ai. .. Mm mons. Lis er .Medicine. I have sometimes had to substitute "Zeilln's stuff for your Medl Cci;rj cine, but it don't answer the purpose." tOPlX Dr. J. It. Graves, Editor Tht n.tAttwf Mm.rI.1. ... -P.m.. an.... --, ...., ii. mttjM, A ICCIICU H JIHlKiISC Ul iuui uncr Medicine, and have used half of lU It works: tike a charm. I want no better Liser lleirulator and cer toinly no more ut Zeitin'n mixture. M.- .'4 -' V s-