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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 4888. NO. 50. GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. 1'ttAISIfl 'X'lXiC LOUD. pet. LKTTKK KltOM GKOItOKO. UAUXKS, Four o'clock wimo at la.st, and our ! train with it. A picturesque ride, to tho CitKN Maiiv, Tk.vn., Julv L'.S, '88. ! 4: milcs 'x'tween Cuinberlanil FhIIh Istkbioib Aflur u'delihtful tion and (Men Mary. Kspecially line is fortniKlitnt the FmIIh, we Imilo our kind t,' nnd crossing at New Itlvcr cntertaincrH and their kucsU a reluctant l'"'w i-'Wit niiles north of thin; where adieu Thurrtday lnornliiK at rtilV) o'elock. n ,;rv ln ' road mIiowh the elegant The deimrtnru of IS of u made quite a structure and its dee ravine, with the gap In the milk Five young river whnUiint the bottom men, from Iexini;toi, took n midden no-1 in n vri' cliiirininx way. It in a miperb iinn ii.nvi. fur liiiniit lie tluiL iii(irniiiL'' i ''it oi krnery. train, and perched nil the Iiikiw, when thev found therw were no in the hack. They, walked ti j,tod part of the way, rather than over tank the fjllowii of 1(1 to 18 von. ,.J Inllv .1 W, nf voimirsli.rK iw mm would wish to nee; nimble as uirrels and iniMslilovoiu m monkeys. "The bovf,'' as they weru called at the Falls; keeping thllipt lively, after the munner of young men of that exhulHirant age. We liked them ever so much. .'crimps I ought, in justice, to say that our expenses during that happy fortnight were jointly Iwrne by Sot Owens, Nath and John Woodcock, who kindly contributed, J each, of the hotel bill, already fixed at n low rate by Foc'h generosity. We take tlds opportunity tothank them one and all. The river forded, and the waving handkerchiefs hidden from view by a plunge Into the undergrowth across the stream; those who were able lightened the vehicle by taking Shanks mure. It is a "breather," that long hill that puts us on the top of the din". Jut after a hearty breakfast, rather oppressive, but, in the interest of panting mulcdom, willingly undertaken. Onto surmounted, "the Imivs" perched on the afest trunk available, and the rest in the hack, away we go. The air is deliriously cool in tho early morning; the road smooth and uudusty; and our jvr.rty full 'it good spirits, the 1'-' miles of mountain transit was but a "picnic" for us all. When we came to a bit of hill oil' went the boys, our Will W. making the round ) down, those strikingthe irround first elting the laggers with chips and clods till they too had quitted their pen lies. One youngster, who was nit slow to jump, was peppered nearly every time a hill had to be climbed; nil taken "Jack" and "Grunt" 're o" w' "J" brids. ltoth good and true, but ".rack" perfectly willing his distinguished companion should do most of the pulling; ami watching with thoughtful, retrohje. tive eye, through that crevice alxive his blinkers, which all mules tind or make, the driver's whip; and promptly leveling his side of the double-tree the moment a demonstration was made tochastisehim. This going uphill. Defending all we had to do was to sit fast and "let her go Gallagher," reaching the bottom in a Trapid trot or a hand gallop. The were strewed with pretty wild Mow-ore; ami all the way the forest trees us from tho sun's rays. To one in good health, and not disjwseil to faultfinding, that r miles of "ridge road" furnisher a pleasing vaiiety after, ami es pecially before, tho railway ride. Hut the last bill cam and "tho boys" made their hint descent from their overloaded wagon; the tight little station hove in sight; and we piopared to say good-bye. "The Troupe" was to go houth, hours later; the other eight north, on the "up train," due soon after omvirrivnl. Here it comes "with a Hliriek, it roar ami it rattle, as "ioz it, and our friends disappear, amid a waving of handkerchiefs, around the tlrwt curve. We proceed to "make the best of it." Seeking a cool, shaded spot on the edge of the forest, wo "camp out" in the hotel hack; discuss a Georgia watermelon that Miss Willie Gibson left as a parting token of her thoughtful love; in duo timo lunch; and then by request of a out the little organ and havo a service of song, for the teamsters anil workmen at tho saw-mill and now depot, in course of construction. It is a good way of putting in the time and we are glad of tho request, Jon every account. One man had heard us last summer at Somerset, and he had put it in the heads of others to usklthu girls to sing. Who can tell what impressions were made on that knot of respectful listeners, na tho children sang tho "Ninety and Nine" and I told them of the lamb that went over Cumberland Falls? By tho way, tho littlo waif is at the house of a kind-hearted man, who lives a mile this side of tho Falls; ami as wo passed his house, Thursday morning, wo "baa'd" in concert, to attract our pet's attention. It was 150 yards olF tho road to where Ballou's cabin stands, but our lamb recognized the familiar voices and responded with his treble to our baas, na far as we could hear it. I thought at ono timo to send it to Pink Cottage and ask my old friend Jim Wray to raise this historical lainbkin for the Troupe; but fearing it might provo a "white elophant," instead of it white sheep, in the end, gave it up. We left it in Wliitloy county with rosrt't. If Jim rendu tliin ami would liko to linvo it, I 1 mil jti't it yet. Hut I don't want him hurdi'ticd with a, possibly, trotiblcsoinu . Joll away at Chattanooga on bin I ttiignwsIiiK biwinew, but JoIiii'h ood, MWeet "better half" (John often tells me, "we. both outmarried ourselveH, George") w Ht thl' tn with n welcome warm ,w ,,ur ,u,,irl nn' Mli It toL'ether. Of c'ourt' ewere "at home" Xy i ml l'vo ore we came. Wo nevei dreamed of anything else at John's house, since first we knew him 11 years ago at Albany, where wesawtheCIarkes and they loved our gospel and us for Its sake. That is a love that holds, because it has a basis, broad and deep. Glen Mary is l,tKX)feet above sen level, on the great Cumberland Plateau, wo bears') much iilnnit, for health and pure air and water. Our old friend of last summer, Itughy, is only 7 miles away. It is a real "glen" where we now are; as picturesquely charming as its name is full of peace and rest, and gentle trustfulness. These all and always go with "Mary," for me, as for so manv others. "Our has enshrined them evermore in her viririn heait of purity and swift heavenly 1.0 VK. I am no worshipper of the "Mother of our I.OKD." I Ik, only, shall have what is only I lis due. Hut I would nit her adore tho "(Jueen of Heaven," ten thousand times, than believe that our God has foredoomed, by unalterable decree, "for his own glory," millions of our race to an eternal hell; whom He has "passed by," leaving them to a hopeless future, ntteily irrespective of foreseen gnxl or evil works. Yet, unnumbered 'housand who profess, to believe this ferocious dogma, turn i away with holy horror from the Woman Catholic who practices Mariolatry, as; from one who thereby commits an al-, moit unpardonable sin. I am as sure it ' w ill go harder with the Calvinistie destinarian when the curtain lifts than with the worshiper of Marv, as I j am of my own existence; simply lnvause to slander the character of God is it worse sin than to withhold a jMrtiin of what is His due. And yet we "Protestants" affect to pity the "blinded Homanists" in tills! It is the old story of "motes and beams." "All, wsuld tome grace the giftie gie u. To lee ousel's a lther see lit, 1 1 wad frae mony a blunder frrc tit. j An J foolish notion'' I Hut I am straying from GJen Mary. . The sides of the steep hills on eitherside are densely wooded. Across the south-1 em outlet stands a great mountain, I seeming to bar egress, but the sinuous C, X. 0. k T. 1'. goes screaming round ' its base, and squirms its way out to the reuions be vend. The Glen Mary Co.tl Mine lies one mile up the mountain witli its 100 tenement houses, scattered at random, thro' the woods, surrounding the pit's mouth. There, at a convenient point, where a ; pleasant shade of forest trees invites, j our stand is erected. Hy an ingenious stretching of stout ropes from tree totrce a net work supports the boughs, green and umbrageous, that have been topped to furnish an extemporaneous roof for our congregation. Pine boaids, tacked to parallel logs of suitable sine, furnish rough, but not univstful seats for our audiences. Yesterday evening it rained hard after dinner, but cleared an hour before service time. The ground was wet, tho seats damp and the leaves overhead dripped oo.ily; but 80-odd people came to the tlrst meeting. I didn't keep them long. Gave them a half hour's talk on a Pkiisonai. S.wioit the marrow of ancient and modern divinity. Tho children sang their sweetest and the little organ never gave out a more tender melody than it breathed into those primeval forests atop of Glen Mary. I think wo wilj have a glorious meeting among tho miiiers. I will tell you (I). V.) more about them when I see more of them.. There are over 400 now at work and the country around is well settled up. We preach and sing at at 5:."0 r. t. as tho most convenient hour for all. John's pretty cottage is on the west side of the railroad, clinging to the steep hillside in a pretty grove of "butternut" I white walnut) trees. He left his muscular arm at Atlanta, lighting for the Union, but "the war is over" and this sturdy patriot does not refuse the grateful shadow of the once odious insignia of rebellion!. We are nKUCiousLV entertained. "In clover, knee-deep." Praise tho LORD 1 Ever in Jesus, Gko. 0. Daiinks. A Tampa (Fla.) orange grower experimented in n small way with packing oranges in dry sand and finds that some thus treated tho lirst of last December have kept as fresh as If just picked. CRAB ORCHARD. Mrs. Kate Chadwick has been very sick. Dripping Springs are btill gav and lively. C. 0. S. is full of pretty visitors this summer. There are about lf0 guests. Horseback riding is all tho rage here now. Almost every eveninga large party of ladies and gentlemen take long rides. Misses Mary and Lillie Thixton, who formerly taught school here, will in a concert to bo givonat the Crab Orchard Springs to-night, Wednesday, by Prof. A. Sartori, of Louisville. There was a good crowd at the picnic last Saturday, but a heavy cloud that came tip soon after dinner caused them to start home rather early. There were plenty of provisions on the grounds and everybody got a good dinner. M iss Susie Laslcy, of Stanford, was the guest of Miss Maggie Holmes. Miss Anna Spears, of Danville, is visiting Miss Katie James. Mrs. Brooks has leen visiting relatives in Louisville. Mr. S. W. Cotton, of Middlcburg, visited C. O., or rather one of its fair inhabitants again this week. Mr. L. Hutchings ami wife, of Danville, were the guests of Mrs. J. II. Hutchings. Misses Alice, Mattie and Lizzie Beazley, of Stanford, and Bottle Lear, of Ijtnntstor, have Iteen visiting the Misses Stuart. Mr. Jones and wife, of Hising Sun, Ind., are the guests of their son, Mr. K. Jones. Mrs. Jack Gover and Miss Louana Bibb, of Stanford, spent Sunday with Mrs. Curtis Gover. Mr. Joe Cotl'ey and wife, of Danville, have been visiting Mrs. W. It. Dillion Mrs. Fannie Green and Miss Kva Bradley, of Stanford, were the guests of the .Misses Hardin and Doores. Mr. and Mrs. K. X. Kwell, of Louisville, havo been visiting Mrs. Laura Moore. Mr. It. It. Gentry was in town this week. C. O. must some great attraction for him, as his last visit occurred less than two weeks ago. Mrs. Mary Douglas of Danville, and Mrs. Harrison Thur-man, of Garrard, paid C. O.a shoit visit this week. Cheap Excursion to the Seashore. The Chesapeake t Ohio Itoute (Newport News it Mississippi Valley Co.), announces a cheap special excursion toOld Point Comfort, to leave Lexington at 12 noon August "tli. The round-trip from Lexington to Old Point is only $V2, which is remarkably cheap for the distance and great pleasure to be derived from the mountains and seashore. The train is to be strictly with sleeping cars, hnndsomo coaches and an agent of the company to take good care of the passengers anil M)int out the many interesting points of the trip. Stop-over privileges will be given on the return trip to enable passengers to visit White Sulphur Springs and other noted pleasure resorts of the mountains. It will be necessary in order to secure good sleeping car space, for nil who desire berths to leave their names with G. W. Barney, Ticket Agent C. k O. Route, Lexington, Ky., at once. There is a perpendicular accent of the dill's of High Bridge, which the devil could all'ord to have gilded, if that were necessary to make it attractive. Ijulders stretch up the precipice almost vertically, about liOO feet, and during camp-meeting a constant throngof young women and men are going up there the young women in front ami the young men paying ten cents a head for their privileges of prospective. Young girls who would not dream of climbing a ton-foot step-ladder with any man looking on, make visible angels of themselves on this Jacob's-ladder business, because it has somehow the Mavor of piety about it But if some staid matrons, whom I see about here, could know what I have heard said about their anatomy when they were girls, their cheeks would tingle. Falcon, in Louisville Times. "Ktliel," asked a Stanford mother of her daughter, as the fair young girl sat down at a late breakfast in her morning gown, "did George leave any package forme last eveningV" Ktliel blushed and said falteringly: "Why, no, mamma! What made you ask?" "Oh, nothing. I only heard him say at the door as ho said good-bye, 'Now, here is one more for your mother, and I didn't know but it was that pattern for lace lambrequins that bis mother has promised me." Ktliel said nothing. Syrup of Flgt It Nature's own true laxative. It it tbe moit easily takon, and the mott effectivo remedy known to Cleante tho System when Bilious or Cottivo; todiipol Headaches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For side by A. R. Penny, Stanford. m i Catarrh Cured health an J tweet breath secured by Shiloh't Catarrh Remedy. I'rice 30 cents. Natal Injector free. McRobertt & Stags, Stanford; Crow & Co., McKInny; K. W. Jonet Crab Will you tutTer with Dypepia and Liver Com plaint? Shiloh't Vitatiior it guaranteed tit cure you. McRobertt A Stags, Stanford; Crow 4 Co. McKlnney; E. W. Jonet, Crab Orchard. - HUSTONVILLE. The boys must "let up" on the charge that I ever, under any circumstances, hy any amount of provocation, could have been induced to so far forget myself as to "discuss the tarlM." I think the reporter was honestly mistaken. Probably not being familiar with the matters under consideration, he concluded (as most wise men do) that a discussion which was beyond his comprehension must relate to the tariff. I plead "not guilty." I am requested by the trustees of District No. 10 to give notice that the common school will open here on Monday, the Oth hist. It is desired that all who possibly can will be present at the opening. While on this topic I would state that the colored Teachers' Institute will be held at Stanford beginning Monday, Sept. lid,, and continuing five days. The law requires all who hold certificates or who design applying for such during the yenrlfto be present or give good roasonsj Jfor absence. Tho penalty for.Pfailure is heavy. White teachers will bear in mind that their institute will begin Aug. L0, at Stanford. The honest phiz of Col. Jamleson, of Lebanon, Is beaming blandly on old friends and familiar scenery in nnd around Hustonville. Our old town cheered by the promise of abundant crops, or shamed by the enterprise of Powers, Green and Steele, is putting on holiday attire. The village is redolent of linseed oil and glistening in the glory of fresh paint and tasty decoration. Ono case is considered mysterious. Our gay, young Dr Price yesterday became the proprietor of a line set of furniture, consisting in part of bedstead and all necessary appliances, washstand and furniture, full length, magnifying and beautifying mirrors, fine easy chair, a splendid rocker I couldn't learn whether this was a chair or a cradle and several other articles of use or ornament, es to live with her husband anv more. HUBBLE. (ieorge P. Hright sold his saddle horse for?17"). Colored folks had a nice game of base ball on Saturduv which was enioved by all. J. C. Kubanks and S. Hubble are in the mountaing lookingaftor sheep, mules and bogs. People are sorry to hear of George I). llurdett's failure in business at I-an-caster. Too much credit. People in this vicinity are all for Xcwland as he has made a good sberitl' nnd is a gentleman to go along with it. People are not much inclined to mix prohibition with polities, as has been tried, but prefer it straight without much stirring. Quite a number of young ladies and gentlemen called at Col. it ice's a few nights ago and asked the colonel to be their captain in a coon hunting party. Mr. I! ice accepted the position and the result was that " coons were put up one tree and three killed oi.t f the five. The i;ivw was made up of Misses Grimes, Gentry, Good, Keith and Missis. Swope and Ilice. It was not a good night to coon hunt either. Constipation prompt treatment. Tho inflict limy bo serious. Avoid nil lnrsli mill dnustlo inn-datives, tho tciuluiiey of which is to weaken tho liowuls. Tho best remedy is Aycr's lli'Iti; lmrely vegetable, their action Is prompt ami their effect always hciieik'ial. Thoy nrp an aduilrablo Liver and pill, and everywhere endorsed by tho profession. " Ayer's Pills aro hlfihly and fally BtHiken of by tho peoplo about here. 1 make dally use of them ln my practice." Dr. I. E. Fowler, Conn, " I can recommend Ayer's Tills abova all others, having lone proved their value as a cathartic for myself and family." J. T. Hesa, Lelthsvllle, Pa. " For several years Ayer's Pills havo been used in my family. Wo find thorn an Effective Remedy for constipation and indigestion, and aro never without them in the house." Moses Greuior, Lowell, Mass. " I havo used Ayer's Pills, for liver troubles and indigestion, during many years, nnd have always found them prompt and elliciont in their action." L. N. Smith, Utica, N. Y. " I suffered from constipation which assumed such nn obstinate form that I feared it would cause a stoppage of tho bowels. Two boxes of Ayer's Fills effected a complete cure." D. Lurke, Saco, Mo. " I havo used Ayer's Pills for the past thirty years and consider them nn family medicine. I know of no lwjtter remedy for liver troubles, nnd havo always found them a prompt euro for dyspepsia." James Qttlnu, UO Middle St., Hartford, Conn. "Ilavlnffbeon troubled with costive-ness, which seems inevitable with persons ot sedentary habits, I have tried Ayer's 1111s, hoping for relief. I am to say that thev havo served me &lad Dtter than any other medicine. I arrive at this conclusion only attor a faithful trial ot their merits." Samuel T. Jones, Oak St., Boston, Moss. Ayer's Pills, rHEPABBO BY Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man. Sold by 11 Dealers la Medicine. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tint powder never variet. A marvel ol purity strength and whuletomenets. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low tett, thort weight alum or photphate powdert. Sold only in cant. Koval IIakino 1'owdh Co., io Wall Street, New Vorlt. FOB. SATYIC. House and 35 Acres Land Two miles South ot Stanford on Xeal's Creek. Address me al Carlisle, Ky. V, CIIAIG. Mountain Lands I I have 400 acre, more or less, of Mountain, Coal and Timber Lahdi that I will sell at a bargain. I have a store rimmto rent tor a furniture and undertaking, hardware or tinner's establishment. These are rood for 40 days. For further informa. mati.m, write t' C. V. M K'I'CA I.K 33 ilarbourville, Ky, Lexington, L llittim'fel1 ll'g KENfUCKY. Female (BOLtiK THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR VOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Snt 'or CHaloijuctoJ.T. PATTERSON.PtEST. LADIES & GENTLEMEN OF STANFORD. I keep a nice and neat little store on Lancaster street. 1 keep everything nice and neat and very cheap; so It you get hunijry or dry, thit is the place to buy. If you don't believe me, call nnd tee. Respectfully, J T. HARRIS. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD, KV. Wellt drilled to order and Puraps furnished at factory prices. jp FOR SATYR. My larm of 975 acres on the Stanford & Pike, 6 miles from Stanford and in one mile of McCorrrucLs Church. Will sell publicly TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. . The farm l well watered and under cood fence ; and has nn it a splendid orchard. There is a good noiue witn lour roomy ana inc ouiuuiiuins uru first-class At the same time and place I will sell a lot of cattle and mules. I.V.MKS COVER, 45-td Stanford, Ky. MILLERSBURG FEMALECOLLEGE ! A Modern Progressive School ! Where your daughters wilt be taught how to become true worae.i, as well as thoroughly intruded in LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC, Address HEV. C. i'OI'K. President, or MRS. S. C. TRUEHEART, 1 37 Lady Principal. MiUershurg, Ky. K. S. MAKTIN' JNO M. rRRKt.S'S IlRODIIEAD, K.V., M.W, 1SJ7. Albright Ai Martin be tu inforn their manj friends and customers of the change in firm name MARTIN & PERKINS, The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old. but intends to make manv im- ' ptoveinentsin the manufacture of tobacco which win be to tne interest 01 our cuuomers. ve win devote special attention to our Natural Leal brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you forpat favors and asking for a continuation 01 your trade, we remain Resoectfullv voum. MARTIN & PERKINS. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. 1 HAIt3 ,3U IU 9 fCH UAT. AbbliriU inc to rooms; TURKISH A RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard. Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine Brass and Strinc Band in Attend jnce from July i$t ta September 1st. Rates jjreatly reduced, $3 per day and Jto per week and upward. THOMAS NEWMAN. Manager ; J AS, C. KING, IUsidcntSupt.; 34I U. B. EDMISTON, Clerk. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VKHNON, Iv V. Office next door to Whitehead's Dru? Store. Special attention given to diseases of children WOOD WALLACE, THE CERTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, ing line will always be found in my store. I am agent tor the Indianapolis Steiru Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VBBNON, KY. This old and well-known Hotel is still maintaining its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. At. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. LOUIS SOHLEGEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, RICHMOND KY. Photographs in all styles and sires. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New designs in Pr a net and Mu at very low.pnces. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First-class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Portersof this Popular House. Sivsry, geed and Sale (Stable, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY., Good turnouts and saddle horses alwnys for hire on reasonable terms, London is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the in the mountain section of the State. la MYEES MOTEL, STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-known Hotel still maintains its 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 Guests. Ilaggage conveyed t and from depot free of charge Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. J. 11. HILTOW jr. R. DAVIS. HIXTOSr & D ATT IS -DIALER General Merchandise, ROWLAND, KY., Hae just opened a new stock of Men's and Doys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Hoods, Notions and family Groceries, Also dealers tn Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for goods at Kighet market price. Come one, come all, and learn the advantages in trade. 1871. 1888. Lebanon Planing Mill, IHBH A. OFFUTT, Proprietor,- - LEUANON, KY. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Frames, Casing, Base Moldings Mantles, Brackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, Balusters, Verandas, Stare Fronts, Shelving, Counters, FloorM)?, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Rough and Dressed Lumber. Send for prices before buying elsewhere. HTOTXCE t . TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill lin the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of dour, we think the citizens oi the county should huve county pride enough to patronixe and sustain the same. W wish to inform whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person, It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal departmeut. All having grain in our line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices for same. Bran and shipstuff always in stock. W. N. POTTS, 151 tf. Snpt., Stanford Roller Mill Co TBE FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied a. to its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Wm, Daugherty, J. W, Wallace, Dr. Bourne, Mrs.S. P. Salter. A. C. Sine, Bill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. E. Lynn, L. L, Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holtj. claw, C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Harrow, A. M. Kelaud and many others. M.F. ELKIN. Headquarters at S. S, Myers' store.