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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal.
VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 10, d888. NO. 43 GOD IS LOVE AM) NOTHING ELSE. l'ltAWIiJ TIUC l-Olt. I ence i nnd LKTTKU l'HOM OKOKOKO. HAHNia "in is (Continued fromh.l It.ue.) 1 '. "Spirit, Soul and Boi7." riilhe LOUP'S tripartite diti.ioti of the to . .,.,u,n.lliv nuiii n he now it Not or- c Iginaily made a. we have nlrril) swn First the spirit . lh ii thi' body J last, the oul I hat It the Hc order oi man's l ins. from the tirtt up At the entrance of .in, th.'order is reversed it . . . . . .. . . tm.lt lodgment in tne ut mm or. "" " I tpiei.l. to the bod) I hen both environ the splr ,, it like pri.onbart. Cause ami elicit iim , Sua curs; then . tenth b) tin I he oul U come. , the lurking place ol tin ami tin. .-.., becomes, reservoir of the dliei.o. that flow till, tromtln and Inti'tcence, In n df v il ort.l. are !) dmugwl into the vnrte. with of guilt My ImhIj cannot .In ' All .in that a man And tlorlll i urt from the body." aith lh ilbly lfioit (i Cor A l) llullnthe ecnnomyof our . .... . ..1... .....i " I. al in)mticr thtt obtain. In tl.c r.Mim o mi- , nJ, erof tht.larUne.. of thi. " It call becimc a j p4rtkr and a hrlple.. tool of it inlul )mj the .ulTcr. Inten.ely with it "r . ,,e Ihrn i ihe lll be till Je.m come.. nd.olon?a. we re( of tb.arth, earthy Ihe BMU.aluratod with .In; filled with the K""0'. nil evil .innlni: imd.lylnK. Mittl like iho My, , lor .n "immortal ul" I. I'Uto'a hlimder ' l , kfd.nthe twHIglitnl the age in whir', h. n wr "tht. and ttroosht o well S"lptiiie li4U more "The Mill TIUT UNNrTII ,T I iimLDIk" that utile!. m. cannot bo imh,..,. , I lal The lnn lmpretr! trith th" !. of uf fetmif. prune to Irliired: njonu in. "owneonJof the deII. ' in oner. r "j tratelitiB on to Mut thou art and unto ami rtii thtt return." ! . .i l . Ihe.e encHvieano imiui.mi iw to.anliy not willlngl), hut b) re in of Mm who ,ubj.clcditi"pre.. Ih-'T.-Hl Who ga.e It; the nntini.hcl "image .n,i iit.o.a' inn, ncr i .1.1..... W.l.neter bribed tn do wron; nlway. . .......w.iinl from Ihe wotld." ali. I'l"ti'.v tm y to tit.ovr tne unrHliet er; uooiuni inu.io oe cams iu' uexiw . I'.iiijsneiee' .j.,.,,,. fK lhp Mghtt (r(mi of r,.jectinK the T. ,s. U,.m0t blisses K. S. Hr.ldleV, Onill SoB ., 0wl l',M., I'll-, M P IVtt",w II . ...... .. i.iKh'ii, i.ua woutiass ,ii. j i enus, u. i. " ' ' And wt rly doe ' (ielnsma" open It. Iiuni;ry , .,-!,. ,i1H unbelle.Mir kelie.tr " who ' StepT, Mollie are, Sam IerKIII, reioillne Irom theleinpler; aUt weary of iu ,.,. iHj cHtrt the no.l of the Cot loathwntr rn.lroiimen.;eter "Ming out ,,,,r I cwjhI wberowMli h wa. .urMlAed an unhol) It find Him" in the mhlnlght .. t .0.1, if haply may ( ,,,,, darkne..; a "plrit In prlwiii," .urelt.aud iougicig All the iranmreio all the act. ovort and for relrate I lb ) riadol tinful thought., are not Thi. pure, iintninlihe.1, et ImprUond .rimr i tj,e tauef coiiJowiiatmn, but onl Hhnkasi hi the onennlr window llvatepeiw net lreetl Hpnn , TME rj..t.lir, wbuh In (Inlj "h lluit lilrmiT ul.nei the mtil.in of eiw i0,Mt, inn on, r .hwll be damned " ' muni itmn with (Jod. Hut wrW the pur Spirit I. cnfranchl.ed, "Ihm whkhl.bornnf P.od .tnneth Not;- nor i .hth r by "Holt. (ibt" or ' it will it tin, u.t baouii.e Iwrn. It J '' thus to (Ion Who c.vb it I he tiro doe. not pnt..nmtnt It recognlred In the dally loncuagr of pMrsct ou can't purge or pure pirit life "lcr wearr plrll found tcleate In death,' ' you can't enlighten light Vou ma) emelopthi. or"hi ran.omed apiril took It. flight from the tmrtin tut a. hnt.'nii i. ntrloed with drum earthly tncmenll"tr "the ImptLonesliplrit wing- Vou mi) eoter the light with buhcl" or ' UhI " cd II. way toll hea.enlr home" All lhee are ui ou can't dme It Light I. light and will form. n mriaphorieal .peech familiar a. thine (iitldi. gold will ghlli r Hum dro. hold word. ' off an J there the unchanged and unch inginu gold Scripture peaVinnoiinicrtJln lone, "t.OHP K, Kim replendtnt Muni iilT the mof receive my mit," iM Stephen, aliout lCf and then the .plrlt, iinurnl. bed from Ihe rir I, to depart and be with Chrnt '" " Father, Into anJ ona imprioed. plumeo it. freed wing, and Thy hand. I commit My SnwiT," .aid a grenier rile. a j to l.od There 1. no ' purgaton it" fire than Stephen, in HI. d)ing lour that mi purc. It can onl) burn what i. lu medium. hip i een in auth a p.'Ke , ,e It nu) mil touch the incorruptibV and un- .i... "Hi. SriniT wltneeih with ot mit l that we ate children of (k! " Thi. carly de- I fine, thetwo.eparatp. ditilnct 'tpirit. " )et each inaweetct harmony with ihe other; each under- I tandiug the oilier ptilectly I Poubtle.. Ihe oi't may thrill with )mpathetle loy w hen Ihe .piill'. Hy l full SureW the Hon can al.o feel, in it. remote.t fi ' lire the eleetric current of hipplne tint fill, the , .mill overflow, to the oul ind flnod.lhe ennhly j ' "tthernicle" t Hut let nil conf Mind 'hem, nnr fail to per- CclveihutonU tt.riaiTCan irli.tr communicate . dircctlv llierefire eten Jeu. mu.t need be come spirit, before Hc culd preach to.pirli. In j liri.on " White'ln the fle.h" He wn. difotrred . thatl. When the Incumbmnte wi removed, He flew "in Spirit to do llw iiw.teti wuriv . comi' tungiov,' ti .. . "i.nlrli in t ts" Jot i 1 . and that HI, l " - - ' name ".pint of man It Ihe candle of the LOUD" j l'rov p.i;), ImiiIi to T.k IN and omk OCT 'do 1 1. a Spirit, they who tvorthip Him ifiat doit iiisnkit," tnt the dwir Matter, tlin: fnrth, illkc, the object and ier ol wor.hip So will. 'all serit.turo Ihe.e word, "taniiot be I ken,' or controverted "Th-l Whl:h Was Lost." ; ilc the imperml pronoun, "th it " Jetu. . .!. Kri.nn ilti" and .at th noaning. tobbmi;. "Khlng captive fr... lluit Is . lth Hit Hlood Hi.mit.MHi n.muih i. lorvn.om . redeem the bond .lave from Hi. I.yd ; iin.ter. by v.ilunliriill) n.tuniing all oblltfition. , and payinic ill d.m.nd.. however ..nnghtro... Having done thi. nni ""' ,s ' . .. .. i II .( !.. Ilui.atia ..... ilia lair . I laim.of thi. MnyiocK . j i!..linir.rUiiomr,Sivir l'riJ nett under it di.milen vironment. And never will Ho hilt foot nor till that i done "Mv Kiilher workelh hitherto nnd I work" tv.ll hold good till ever) roan of tin iiin,.iiircrinhuman.t) itlo.t in note, uf uout When there th ill be no more death nor tick-new, nor .ighnig; when Alt tear, are wiped and not till then .lull Ood and all When lb.- author of who love Ood full) kkt evil ii annihilated; and hi. entire tvork.lulro)cd j when every trace of hit dre id pretence ttoMiur. uted from the Kmpire of Ood, then, and not till then, may all Inly l.olii.' 't tin liimhing touch of tbit th.ill (ill the oir and to the not., prut.' heirtof Him Who hat done It all h) the diur llliw)JofHI.Crot;themlht of Hi. Spirit: tho I.OVP. ..t Hit Itttlier When "time, of rovtitution or by all Ihe Holy I'rophett since Tim morlo imovs" .hall nrrive, then, . iml n.t till will Ood be .it in ALL." "Holy Oh.-l aai Tito." How thi. in i be aeco nplithcd rc.l the llapti.t point, with the crratnro .ilone John out allcrn itlvc caur.et In hi. Intro liutlon ol th-Matter to bit celieratton I he l.aptwm ot the Ho. y'ohotloneiy;thoHupti.mi)fnre the other retiiltln. m ckaiitini;. Itoth It iptitm.. i'l Loth lut.il!oowdilVi'ri.iHl The Holy l.b.o.1 tuptlam 1 hut i Oon k 'lhs Vim Inntlim. 'IliatH vvtv t.on .' ,iro w.i) of pleitaiitni'ta nnd all Ills pith "f " it i will but chwte His nro patb V- .. .... . . . 1 . nil it It I i ..ii l.. wi I'Mcail meiiiioK.ecii iia.i.Mv. .- lie'. till if I ul walk "throtiBii the v iUcy of the .I. idow ..f.Uath," vrn tukkb III. ..rod and tt iff will comfort me'' My conduit "frouSXiuievel hi?, tin nHeiven wnai "- i - hell, wh it can I do'" Whither way I " fr"m Pi'"-e ..?,U.Pd.Baln lwfl..MI" '' -'J mike lii I I'.ll n lllllll.1l ll.l't '. - - ...... ......... i- -- . i the air in its chambers Is exhausted it wjij( j,v tjK. displacement of a volume of nir greater thnu its weijiht, lis.) of its own buoyancy and sustain a consider. illlrillM1. The vesse to bo ted ---- , art mere to If I ny in hpllThou art then- If I take the wing, uf the morning and fly to the uttermost pirn if the sen (where ihnt Letlithin dlprt himself, neli lhro In hell's deepest ilcptti in the ver af (.!. in. iter itc foe, Fiinti .hilt uphold; 1 hy right hind tlintlguidc " I . ,,,,',,, llut the ilillerenre between "1) ing i down" at rust green pitture." nnd "miking a ld in lull" i. aiipnr. iii 10 point out will), nnr wc'i, inc iiuiui i.uucnntigeo: ami cur with ii.( In cither , , i T. II.. J.... 1-....H t. lit. ...at-. I,tl.. nil I - t.i......U.iV,. II. .1 f.r f.r l,,!t..r allow Him to deliver n. from the riii'e and i.lonof wiepiiu And the liberty of lie. .th the ci.ul.ire may" rice from the wrath U com 'or 'come out .1 the great tribul.tion;'' or he .!,, J eh-ar through it God will he our God, In any clue. newr c lUlu netor fnrsiking u " lllett ,le ,, ,(I NaMehrer fof ,h. ,f(li(n wo WM w,icl,mi.ofllur own lrcc wi ,ne ,,.,., ,,,. Ilnl, .,,..... ,,,..,. wl. .., for,.ver . ,c will from inner tintiue ground hunt olT the linrrld "band." of cut ironment and "catt away the cord. ' .in and hibit that ilife.t nnd fetter in the oul tin. only a we nrc iiblo t bear it" Lov IukI, f illhfully: with deepen. ) inpnth) ; knowing frime and ri'tnembirini; we are but dul; t; v p lIlrf wl tan be 4,0,JeJ ; etlltlf p0 . l(p tyff BV,rpol r .niinjnet.; Meter drlv b( lwJ, en,ill(j , WIiri c, ,!,.), t)!lldr Kr4ce of mir .lep of tin e.t dc ,,,.-. ja(,in lht ,(,. ,;rlc,t ,utet I.OVK; Utile cer attempt to lielpu.; will not Kim to ,,,. ,hr dM)r fl)rt,, uj,rMy , IOMr to ,. ia fiM)y,aft,r cr) mc,ho.l lia. In en tried ln , ll0i 4Hd ,He cn.my ha. nKht to .,..., ,fi, w,n8 LOVh ! ,. ..iii fnlliMv ua tin.l H.i uh.it luvc ran In null. ""Vr ".,.: ".:..".. .....,.' a. .I..I...t.kluOiuulL.l ... ...-Ita .. J..L..ti. .11 lli.it K.I...C..C..U.... r...n... tunuitr ha. furnklwd lor It. inMtuble. ,,. vuonclublt' ti.iiH I for a. a. Death" waited on outing the fruit of the ilreiWlill trwof "kliottlcilsr ol (JiumI t e,H;" ., uiroly "the d daath," the "lake of ' r and brimttoM in . . . ... . ..... ! ha. eruclHed the Son of (Jod and nut Him to an corrupted. It hi. no warrant to do o. Kor fire cinoalt kindle cm what i.for the fire Thc"whrMt" gather, to the earner 'Chart" I. coiitmned in flre unqMenchible " If fire U burning and 1 put It out with water, il,4 lire it quenched If itceate. to burn for lack of HMIrrl il to feed upon, that fire I. SOT "quench- tl " It ' c.e. out" for want of fuel, If there wen-a death from which there were no roiHrrtimi, there would be no Ood For Cod it flood-none other If death tould claim a ungle unrelei.od t'litini death would be .trimger than Clod .and he who 'hit the power ot ilaulh" would iaunt hi. wiinr) in Jehotah'a defetitcd fuic lor e, if Hjrnng and tin remained in 0od' Univint uubkitted out, liod would neter, neter ret, but be duomed to all (ternil) ol unavailing .) mp.ith), or nufftrine for Mher Hut thank to Hit dear Name foreter the "for- ,,,. thing, thll pa.iwa " And, stan nnd tin .tniiihlUtisl, all untate J creature, tatcd, detiih'. markt wIhv! on all bappv .i t.od can make them, )ih no furcH'i'liii o( unothcr cntrame of an etil one - l.d will kk llin ali " . ALUM BAKING POWDERS. A List of Those Most Prominently Sold. The follow the names of some1 of the iMkllltf powders pillllislll'd by the public authorities as I''iii: made from Kt.,0li D.lis, t,jvi,r s.tur Davis' "O. K." Citv A. it 1. One . Spoon. llenkle, patll.,M.0i Ne l'lus Pit lit, Fmplie, Can't IV' Heat, Col.l, laneka. Veteran, Iniernatiou.il Cook's Favorite, Puritan, s'lin Flower, Allmiiv Favorite, Oold .heaf, Ituckeye, ltmnett's Perfect, Poet less, State, Ctown, . Silver Kiiiu', Wheelei' AVelcome, Carleton, Old Colon v, (il'lll, Civstal, Scioto. Centennial, iipp s (.mpe l iyst.il, iiein, Oeoi'e Wiishlnirtnn. Fleur de Lis, Feather Weight, Daisy. There are doubtless nianyotlierbninds of alum biking powder besides those so ,f.u examined and named by the authorities. Most of the baking powdeis sold in bulk, bv weight, and nil sold with n iH or present, aie said to be of this de scription. Prof. 11. A. Mott, United States Chemist says: "In my opinion the iw of alum as a constituent of a lmkiti!! powilersbould be prohibited by law." Tho pionootl air vihol, which Con gress is askwl to help build, will ho ci. ...ii'. UllillMtll nilll III U II NI7.I IIII1L Wlll'Il with an electrical eiiiiino nn.l other iij plinnces for re.'ulatini; the altitude and the course. HUSTONVILLE. fty"()ii iii'.xt I'niliiy, ii((fonlin to tin" l.nv, I'oloioil will lie examined al Stanford; work to Infill tit !) . M.-Tl ,, . . ... , , , ., , , , lU'L'istuiH sill ii'on linn tlmt tlav anil , , anyoiif eniiiieu cm oininii iiicin n r.iiiing tin 11 iui'.",'i,iim'i ; m hilt tijurt - lirllM. and trustees will tili'iiso nttciiil to tliin. Tlit ne.t I'xaiiii HUtlim '"" WIHtO tl'tlflll'IH will lt l'ri(lil ill Allllst; 101 rolor.'tl, 1.M FrillilV in Auuiiitt. It will lie mrtvary for a 1(11lvin for rertillc.ltes to lit' present lit ' ,", , ., , ... I'lwk or IW WJHH llflrl HSpolllli... U t'.innot wait fortlic tardv At tin' HMtuHt of tin- editor I pre-Hunt a lirti'f account of examination day an u innttiT of Iittcicxt to tliuriu who nro becoming awakened on the Hiiliject of education. It in u'cner.illv known that our late lefjihiaturc made neer.il changes in the hcIiooI law, some of which are uudoulitedly wise, and some 1 say it reverently and with uncovered head fooliih. An entire chimp' has been made in the matter of examination of tcachcts, rcrtrictin"; it to tlxed day ami making it thus imjxiible for thoie who may he pievented hy obstacles from attending on the day specilled from coining before the 1 i.i nl nt nil. Our work Inst week ii..,l tin. lml.. nf Kiiil iv nml Sntiinliiv. ... ... .. ..." ... """ " uuw " PI"l" " . . ... .,,,, .,..,. . .....-.. n- i-i"-" ....... t... examiners bad not time to "pass" on the record, and of course I (Mllliot state the , )M, m , , , , ' triumphantly. 1 he names of the ! 1...1 1 T IV 1.... Kate Wridit, Alice Sin"let Mlie L, Stuart, ir:ie White, Anna Perkins, Mrs. Lou Iteuuiek, .Mf. M. 11. (iritlln, .. I). ,los (Jreen, N. W. Hughes, .I.T. Koberls, W. C. Wolf.ml, S. W. Kobinson. The papers will not be passed mi until Friday, the Lit Ii, as it will not be possible for the board to meet before that date. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Twenty-six hints, of P.ourbon tobae co, leaf, lutMiuiil trash, sold at Louisville from ifl.:M) to I!. II. Davenport botmht of Mr. John McKee his crop of barley, '2,000 bushels, at k" cents. Midway Clipjier. The Mercer Grain and Coal Compa-na bouj;ht, on Monday, i'.oOO bushels of new wheat at 70 cents. The chintz bun has done nrcat barm to the corn in some localities. This destiuctive buj; tunnels rirht through the centre of the stalk and the com falls an.l dies. Nitn Duster oltl last week 7 hogsheads of tobacco on the breaks in I.ouisille at -M cents. Democrat. It is understood that a vote will be taken on the Tarill Reform 15ill on July 17th. Dr. 15i'ii T. KavauauKli, brother of the late Iii-hop Kavanainrh, died in Clark county on the 4th. He had been iu the ministry more than t0 years, and was the authoi of a book attacking the popular idea ol Asiatic cholera kills people by the wholesale and there is no cure tor it; but ( Junior's chicken cholera cine restore the chicken that is down to perfect health. It is wanante.l by Ale-Roberts vtStaj.",'. t m Its Delicacy of Flavor And tho efficacy of its action havo tho famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Fig, immensely popular. Il Cleanses nnd Tones up tho clogged nnd fovorish System, and diapols Headaches, Colds, and Fevers. For sale bv A. II. Penny, Stanford. Syrup of Figs Is Nftturo's own truo laxative. It is tho most easily taken, and tho most ofTectivo remedy known to Cleanso tho System when Bilious or Costivoj to dispel Head-aches, Colds, nnd Fovorsj to Cnro Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. Manufactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For .sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. aw p 1 hit Hacking Cotih nn be o iiuickly cured hi shlloh'. Cure We it. Mf Huberts A St igg.M mford; Crow A. Co , McKilinc). Catarrh Cured, health and twett breath secured b) Shiloh't Catarrh Remed Price 50 cent. Nasal Injector free McRoberts & Stngg, Stanford; Crow Co, McKinncv. Will ) on sutler with Djspepsia and Ltver Com. plaint! Sluloli's Viulinr it guarantied to cure jou Mi Robert A. Stagg Stanford; Crow A Co. McKtnnej Sleepless nights mide miscrible by that terrible cough Shiloh't Cure is the remedy for )ou. McKobert R. Stigg, Stanfurd; Crow Co , Mc Klntiey Worth Knowing. Mr. W. H.Morgin, merchint, Lake Cit), I'la,, was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a dis tresstng Cau;li and running into Consumption in its hrst stages. He tried nnny to called popuhr cough remedies and steadil) grew worse. Wat reduced In lle.h, hnJdiinculty in breathing and wns unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption anJ foan 1 immediate relief, and niter ittini; about a Inlf doien bottles found himself well and hat had no return of the disease. No other remedy c in show to grand a recerdofcure. at Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Guaranteed to do Just what is claimed for it Trial bottle free at A. R. Penn)'s Drugstore" LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Rev. S.mi U flriir.! red-hot nhot into tlie siuneis at l'ark Hill camp meet-ins;, llis test .Sunday afternoon wa", "Whatfoevei a niansowcth that shall he also leap." Marring the fact that liowji most too hard on those who dance, his discourse was quite full of truth''. The thanks of the Ime.ister people i who went to the l'ark Hill camp meeting on Sunday are tendered to the handsome youmr conductor, Capt. liutler. A more polite, nllablo neiitlenian nevtr punched a ticket, or pulled a) hell rope. The train was drawn by engine o. .", Robert IUaik at the throttle, wlio is regarded im one of the mo-H reliable eiiin eers on the K. C. lie is noted for his promptness and the manner in which he makes up lost .inii' is a wonder to the younger men of the crait. Uncle Pete Ltel.oy is able to bo out as. tin. John II. Won went .Nitunlay to take Mr. Richardson's I place In the h ink for a week. M. I). Hiijjhes, C. W. Sweeney, Dr. and .Mis. Waltei, Kay and Mm. went to the Deerinu' ramp meeting Sunday. .Ales lames Onie Dunn and Liza Clinton, of Nnblesville, Indiana, weie wiitiiifjat 11. Rilluri.M.ist week. Mr?. Walker liiiilniiu i-, this, .Monday quite ill. Mis. V. -. I'.lkin, of Atlanta, (ia., is here to s).nd the siimiuei with relatives. MNs Sara llaekley, of Xuwjiort, is a iucst of Mi" Carrie Woods. W. S. WatfOii, of Atlanta, is his mother here. Cucklen's Arnica Salve. I he belt live in t.ie world lor clU, bruiti, torn, ulctr., lit rheum, fever & jres, titter, Hand., chilbl tint cnrn".itnl all akin erup tiont, and potititelv nirct pile, or no pay rc quired It It ku iranteed to Kve perfect or nmnev rcfun Isd l'nce J untt per box For tale hj A K Penny, Stanford K.V a aw e. Renews Her Youth. Mr., PhcbeCheiley, l'ctern, Clay Co., loaa tell, the following rnnrka'ile .tor), the truth of which i. vouched for by tne roldint.of the town I am j j )eir. ol I, hate '.ecu troubled with kidney complaint and for many ) ears, co ild not dres. ni)elf without I elp Vow 1 am free from pain and torene.. and un able to d al! my own houiework, I owe in) thank, u Kleiric llittert for having reiewed my )oulh and removed complete!) all ditea.e and pain, 'I r a bottle, 50c and Si, at A. It. I'enn't Drugstore, LOY-D &c CO., McKlNK, KV. Tor Drugs, Medicines, the famous Svrup ot Hrs and to jjet vour prescriptions prompt! and correctly tilled it all hours, and to get v'our Stiplc Orocerlet, fine Clgnr., Toilet Articled, .'v.c , ki to l.ovdS.Co,McKinne Dr J A WILLIAMS will attend tn our drug depirtmcnt, al.o attend to the w intt of the tick, night or da), in town or counir) 30 V. IIL'FFMAX, SUKGEUN DKN1IST, SrvsriKD, - - Kkntcckv, O Ti e toiith i le Main, tw a d lor. aiwv e Depot St, A No. 1 Wasliiiijjton Co. Farm For Sale. The rarm coniuus it. A r , tituitrj mi the Springficl I and Perrviiie 1 s mi' . Irom the former an.l 8 miles fr'm Letian'i 1 surrounded bv iood ncLlibors, ten o an I'mrln't audi, ailupted to nil the f iv inn ,ra n an I grown In Keiituck) Hi- g i-d h niw, I arn and other outbuilding, l'lcnt) f isting water and In a high 'ate uf m'tlvaii m for r p irticiiltrs, adurcss 1- S POtt l LI , Ii Mt nville, Ky Ask For Ayer's Sarstiparilla, and bo suro you get It, when you want tho best 11 witii us lorty years 2lT of unexampled W&t cess in tho euro ot jsioou jJiscnsea, you cau mako uo in preferring Ayer'a Sarsaparilla to any other. Tho MM of modern blood mcillclncs, vmr Ayer'a Sarsaparilla Ls still tho most being In greater demand than all others comblued. " Avor'.s Sarsaparilla Is selling faster thnn "over boforo. I never hesitato to It." Ooorgo W. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, I ml. "I am safo In saying that my sales of Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel those of any othor, and It gU es thorough satisfaction." L. II. Hush, Dos Molues, Iowa. "Ayer'a Sarsaparilla and Ayer'a Pills nro tho boat selling medicines in my storo. I can recommend them conscientiously." C. llickhaus, Pharmacist, Iluselaud, 111. "Wo havo sold Ayer'a Sarsaparilla hero for over thirty years nnd always recommend It when asked to namo tho best W. T. McLean, Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medicines for tho last soventeun yoars, nnd always keep them In stock, as they aro stnples. There Is nothing so good for tho youthful blood' na Ayer's Sarsaparilla." It. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla givos tho best satisfaction of any medlcluo I Iiavo hi stock. I recommend it, or, aa tho Doctors sav, ' I prescribe it over tho counter. It nover falls to moot tin) cases for which I recommend it, even whoro tho doctors' prescriptions havo been of no avail." 0. F. Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. rnKFAHKD nr Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mass. l'rlco ft; sis bottles, $5. Worth 5 a bottle. Ami W tRPYALHSM 2 POWDER ( Absolutely Pure. Th 1 powder nver vine.. A mirvel ot purity thength and whIe niene. M re economical Iran the ordinary kindi, and cannot be told in competition with the m utltude uf luw test, then weight alum or pho.phate p i 'er. Sold only in cant Kjval lUkiN'. I'omdkr Co., io Wa'l street, New York BRICK YARD I 1 ha. e opened a Ilr.ck ard ini now have 3 000 brick read) for tale, or I will tike contract, t build them in walls I keep mj fresh moat, now in V.mAr.dale't ce lar .111.i1.an furnish Shoit, Hcef and Mutton at ah time vv r K.I.W5I.I LADIES & GENTLEMEN OFSTANMiKn I keip a nice and ncit Httlc store on Lincmlcr street I keep even thing nice and neat and virv cheap, toil you "r l'Oi thi 1. the pi ice to buy If )Oit don't ixlievc ne, call and tee Respectfully, ) T HARRIS LwrMBER YARD! I hate purchnied te lumber jards of Messrs. (fcorge I) Wearen and I M llruce and will open a big )ard at the one purchased of Mr Wearen lle.idet lumber in riugh and dren.eJ, I will carry a hrge line of window .tthet, dranJ shingles, lvths, pj.t. and the picktt fence formerly told b) Mr. Wearen. i3ir S G HOOKER To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stanford Roller Mills Cimpiny wants jour whole wheat crop of tS3S. and will pay in cash the highest market nnce for it Do nut tell without lir.t seeing Superintendent Pott, at the Mill, or tne undersigned 1 1 ruiir.u Pres mford toller Mills Co TAXES I TAXES! To The Voters of Lincoln County: the Tax Hook, are now rendv for :333J and I amretd) to receive the taxes Kter)body will pleav: come forward nnd piy ear!) T I) .NKWLAND, S. I. C WOOD WALLACE, THE GEKTS' FURHISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. a The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, ingline will always be found in my store. I am agent tor the Indianapolis Stenm Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. LOUIS SOHLEGBL, PHOTOGRAPHER, RICItMON"!) KY. Photographs mall st) le. and sues. Pictures in India Ink, Cr.ivonaiiJ Wntir Ci'.ors. New ml'ri 11 ts and '.tits at very loAtprice.. It. S MAHTIS INO M. lERKtIS llRoni.EAt), K M.v, 1SJ7. Albright ,V Martin beg t inform their man friends and customers of the change in nrrn uami to MARTIN &. PERKINS, The new firm hopes n a only to sustiin the reputation of the old, but intends to make many improvements in the mnnufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural I.eat braids ot Keiituck)'. best teif, 'I hanking )ou for past favor and askin; f r a continuation 01 )Our trade, vie remain Respectfully v ours, jom MUtTIV PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine llriss and String Hand in Attendance from July Mt to September tt Rntc. greatly reduced, $! par day and Sioper week and upwnrd. THOMAS NLWM AN, Manasrr; JAS C KING, Resident Supt J 34 D 15 KDMIsTON, Clerk. Madison County Fair ASSOCIATION Will hold Its regular nnnual exhibition on Tucsdny, Wtdiiesday, and Frida), August, 14, 15; 16 & 17, '88, RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY. Purses and, Premiuras,;$5,000. Trottin? and Running RACES EACH DAY. Special; Trains and low fare on all rallroUs, J. II CHKNAULT, President. T. J. COVING ION. Sec'y. EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, icy. Haimoted to hi. elegant new building opposite the poitofiice and I. better than ever prepared to accommodite th public with fine picture, fron photograph to life ue. S itufaction guaranteed. r KEID G HOCkKR.SIC A C INI!, JVFT STANFORD PLSStSG MILL CQMPMY Minuf.icturer. ot Flooring, Weatberboardtncr, Celling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldlngd, Saab, Etc. Saab. Doora and Blinds always In stock. NEWCOMB HOTEL. LIT. VERNON, KY. Thii old and well-known Hotel 1. still maintain ing its tint reputation. Charge, reasonable. attention to the trat elinj publir Icial M. P NKWCOMD, Prop, S3 tt Mt Vernon, Ky. Livery, $eed and a?c (Stable, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , Good turnout, ind saddle horses always for hire on reason ")le terms London is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach plices in the in the mountain section of the State 10 JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First-class Kara and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite PortersJ'of this Popular Houe. 1 STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-known Hotel still maintains it. high reputation, and its Proprietor is deterrnin. ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to hi. Guests. Hvggige convejed to and from depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. J II HILTON K DAVIS. Hiiroisr & D ATTXS IN- Gcucral Merchandise, ROWLAND. KV , Hate just opened a new stock of Men's and Boys' Clothinz. Mats. Cans. Boots. Shoes. Dry Goods. Notions and Family Groceries Also dealers in Coal Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price. Come one, come all, and learn the adta.itages in trade 1871. 1838. Lebanon Planing Mill A OFFUTi', Proprietor, - LE11ANON, KV Doors, Sash, Dllnds, Frames, Casing, Hate Moldings Mantles, Hrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, llalusters, Verandas, Stare Fronts, Shelving, Counters, 1 loori.ic, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Rough and Drettc 1 Lumber. Send for prices btfore bu) ing elsewhere. aroTXCE . TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill (in. the town of Stanford that ue defy any Mill to equal In quality of dour, we think the cituens ol the county should have count) pride enough to patroniie and sustain the time We wish to whom it ma) concern that wc are in the market to buy )0ur wheat and corn and will give the highest market price for same. We have added some new mm.hiner;' to our corn meal department and can nun make meal tn suit any person It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinlt) We solicit a trial in our llour and meal depirtmeut All having grain in our line for sale will please cnll at ihe Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices for sine, llran and shinstiirT always in stock W.N POTTS. 351 tf Stipt., Stanford Roller Mill Co iTlTfiiiilsliWill """,'"" -.- (?) tOUISVIlti NtW AtgaSTa tHICA.O KT m t A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving llolh - LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Secures to Trai elers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest. The counterpart of this train or all trunk lines it denominated Ihe Limited F.xpress. Ihe superb rotting stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort On'At all Coupon Ticket Ollices in the South )OU will find our tune tables and tickets. Say Mo-non, get Monon and stick to Monon, II you want to save money and have a pleasant journey. K.o. Mccormick. General Passenger Agent, Chicago. City 1 icket Agents and Othcers: K. A. liuckNER, ; 4th Ave,, I.oiusville, Ky. I. M.Torrkncs, u; Vine st., Cincinnati, Ohio. vtl W