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l. ,-J rv. r lMTBr s, i f ,imiimi ' n n ! i ii i mi iiniin i iim tHitp I i , 1 1 1 i 1 I. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XVI. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST -17. 4888. NO. 54. COD IS LUYR AND NOTHING RSK. 1'UA.IfcJK TIIW iiOUU. FROM OKOHUKO. llAKNl (iixx Maiiv, Tksx., Auk- ' (Continued from last isine.1 A curioiiH tlilnjf, till rokr. It Ik u roitl I'liurroil coal. V hut u; call i.i only cliarrotl wood. It is baked in round ovJnn, with mloor In onu hUIo uliout II foot IiIkIi lv - broad, at a khww; and a ruiiinl vent atop, with a inuvablo to tw latu drauht. Skill in cvurytliln, after vour eoal 1h found eokeahle. To tire too much will coniHinie. To (Iro too little is to fail in cokein. In SO hours, carefully watched, your 1150 buwhelH of alack, which 1 the charge of one oven, will yield l.0 huuholH of and coke U worth more than coal, bushel When it in. cooked, water iritlinHioiif in Jet, carefully applied, to cool it ott gradually. Then with it lnrpe iiiijtleuii'nt, it In clawed out of the door, Mill hot, but no more like the coal that went In, black and ! to miuill fragment, .ii... "chalk im i in i .. ti... i. i... i-.. (. .. i IIKV rilCITM. 1 III.- ISTllllilllS -' gray, at times lustrous maw, i ----- " r "j i r" r in long, llakey slabs of varying sicr, and ..i it.. i.. ... mi., .t.... ...Hi. .,,11.- niiiiji'n, iiiii iu iiii, i iiiiii imiiiiniii;( as the pieces fall together, and utterly. unlike the mineral it came from, except In combustible qualities. Its heating power liears nlraut'llif same ratio to coal . , . i mm ,.!.,. r....l .....i,..r.w illi wiiml. I inn nn i nun inn luuii'iiii n imiii --, gueKsing at this. Womlcrful arc these furnace revelations to me. I hanlly dare io iiiiiik tiieui uui for iuvr.ru, much less i for others. Hut 1 feel sure that wc have I much to learn vet, if we will but learn I it, of that "riches of grmv" in two well- known hcripttiriv: "The elder shallserve I .i .....i n.i... i... i i. ..it i. , HIT SIJIlllVI, IIM" II. PI r.in.11 r llrst'and the llrst last." , ....i . i .i i ..i... .iiiiim iniiri ii'iiiii nun in. have inNft and srtn:n:i.aie to go "far love" them in the scale of futuiv do- rv. Have we no levon like that to learn'." hlack. Verily, ves. "He that hath cam to hear T'"' stirring life of the cottage is kept let him hear." The rest are blind and I ',l vigorous point by .lohnV two I boys of 10 and 1- now 1 thought it over, again, the other day as I stood alK.ve John's pike ovens; now I ..... . .i Htcpplng nside to avoid their tlery as the hot llame isuinsl fnuu the chim nev tops; now half-stilled with the fumes, ., . , ........ I....I. i... .i. . as irom tlie liimio; siacs, ny uie , - - uiarvllous che.niMry of what on-1 f' I'H'on'I'lete without timl '"'y" personalities in the full fore-that to coke, go on in II..K, was changing eventually was to command a high-' !,',,"", it price than even block in os'ii mar ket. Ye who "plow with my heifei" shall read my riddle none else. We have had a blessed meeting in ""i Mary. "IJid leaders of the blind" have held aloof, as I usual. The "humble souls have been made glad." We have nexcr lacked t fortablv addivssed ... "the open 'i and i j the joy of teaching the willing has been very great. outlay night .lonn was caue.1 by tel . "., bedside of .I..I sister, i In 1 cgram to the a dying Nebraska, and left m i. i . . . in. 1...1 ,...' ( ' ... ... did miss him, sorely. Yet we would not havo had him stay. Vnd now as this sweet "home" of two weeks is alwmt to vanish, practically,! Iroill OUr lives, umiigu imiii lovingmem orv. never, let me enshrine it, in a little j Hen-picture, in these, perJmps oral inemorics of our and sea I .lon't know whether I shall ' over be of enough consequence i the hearts and lives of my generation to havo these records recalled, in after time. Thf newspaper, m wliicli tliey are printed, 'may be the type of their brief existence. He it so. Hut read carelessly once, or carefully again and again, let thoe who road know how dearly wo love John Clarko and his wife. The Ulen Mary cottage will always bo associated with the densest .,r....ii I remember ever to have observed ., folium. The unwonted rains on .milliner iiin" -. - usually arid season have told up- of this . . .. ,. .. . 1 .....1... 4 I 1 ,, tiirtlnnves of trees ami undergrowth in 11 very remarkable manner. The pure white of John's cottage gleams In freshest beauty through this contrasting flhade. At the bottom of the gentle Hlope, in front, ripples and sings tiie winding creek; overhung on the farther Hide bv varied forest shiubbory, all graceful, in mingled anddilieringgrcons. The new foot-bridge, just completed, in front; the old one further down the rivulet; Iwtli pretty and rtiDd; the arched gateway at the bottom of the broad sandstone Hlabs mounting to the elevated the graceful butternut, hickory and oak trees in the front yard, with climbing two of them in graceful spirals; the tall yellow poplar, across the creek, standing sentinel at the yonder end of the now the wild grapo and other vines clambering over the "stano dyke," as the dear Scotch call a rock fence; the outhouses, on the steep hill i the rear; tho perfect kitchen, proclaiming in no uncertain way that its mistress cauio from north of the Ohio river; tho v fowl-yard, with Its pretty, peckiiij;, cackling ilenizi'iiH, how chai tiling it all is! "Ilruicer," the barely grown, half-hull, dog-pup, in bin untrained but promising youth, Is rather it trial than a comfort; seeing he fiercely bays at the menus visiting me nottse, ami lias nearly bitten one or two. Wilt) llllVI' i Mileiately ntruck at him with stick or' stonej while he has formed inconvenient alliances with strange curs, whom lie allows to march, unmolested, through the premises; and evidently thinks the vagrant pigs ought to have the run of the yard aNo; not even rebuking one sow, who has already devoured III out of 10 of the most recently hatched brood of chickens, and threatens to decimate tlii Itill "It.nUi.r" si-Ill learn to do the right thing later on; for lie lacks not intelligence and is willing to learn. At 'r.'M i ii. promptly appear two vehicles to lear us uphill to the meeting. John's exquisite turn-out is a light wagon, drawn by the daintiest little white mules that, to us, ever woie liHrncf; gentle as dogs; Htrong; fearless of steam; true to pull; and, driven by .John, would Hcr.nnldi' mi u iltT nt nn angle of I.V, as deftly as gojits. Ivahh little creature-, out of whom the alile kick to liavc tIiiniii:i l. l'crhaps it is only latent. Hut it will neer be developed, under the kind . tiettinv treatment tliev fioni all The team Is well-known in the country "Chancy Knob" that lies acres the titlot of (ileu Mary. Sister Claike and the girls mount the IVedonia wagonette; !... Hi. I.. I.-....!.... ...... t:..i.ii i.i. mi- Him- ipnnmrn mil iiKiiui imuj mil them; while I follow in another diawn by a neat black man, ami Ii i veil by good old Itm. Keeps with "'' l ll1' "" "Hmwiiw by the """ "" ' '"" tl,l '"' He is from "-Merrie ldigland," and sjieaks its broad ,,illI,,,, ""L "f,t'r 0 '"" ' America. It is uitiiic to uie. ax are all the iHHVriiiL' C I,i,,,,'!' l'h'cts of the tiibes of Irtmel, that inhabit the "Isles of the Went." 'Jen- ic ' and ".Mary" are the little mules of the snowy coats. "Sallie" is our gentle '" vWt, till their scIkkiI life in "'. "' "'.' "' ' wm.v -an KiiiLlv iiinl l.'..iui..tl. Clarke are lovelv children: snrinhtlv: obedient: ohlL'iiiL': and in every way so lovable that this . . . nkctch of our (ileu Marv life would Im .im-. ii.iv nv 'inv iii .inn uui, iii iiiiii down, now, for II days, full of great, unutterable pleasures. The lines of the pretty picture so imperfectly drawn w ith tK'ii; so indelibly charming as written .. -. H) "memory tal.lets, will never ' f or loving hearts, ""rely, the dear I.OUD, knowing what Wtf n"M " toitl,, l,,"'!" " to gather strength and courage for the further jnurnev; with many a rougl ' ' - n . . . . place in it, mayhap, where the thoughts of Ulen Mary ahd its mercies shall be to usa vciy "Kill .Miar." to keen In . , 1' iwr t ho downcat sou 1 ele sore v .. dixquie ted with in us. I'.vi.p .... ........... ill .l.'siw Urn. ....-. ( 1. , ......... Itii.'Vi's . DRIPPINGSPRINGS. To My I'.miiox.s ami Fitii:.Nii. I have made arraneinents to run n ... , , w niilnw.1 excursion from Lebanon, """"" 'v ..., Alien :. ur Satunlay, Se.tembcr . pruvitlwl I can get a sulllcient mini- "ei io come io jimu.v u.e emerpiise JTIiurv will be no charge for railroa. d tiimsportatiou coming or returning, and no charge for conveyance to Springs. And the rate at hotel will only be SI per day, and you can stay at the Springs trom ." to l. days at that rate. There will be a Grand Fancy Dress Marked Hall on the night of the 1st of September, to close at 1- o'clock witha big display of Fire Works. Theie will be a dance every night and special at tractions ami entertainments (luring the ... ,, , , , , entire 1, days. Dripping prings has ll 111 1 it glorious LUkflt.Jtl1 this year It It it I want to wind up in a big jolillcation. All persons who will join the excursion, or who will assist to work up a crowd, will please inform me immediately by mail and I will let you know by thuLVith of August whether we will have the excursion or not. Hespt., I). G. Sl.Al'UITKIt. 1. S. Tlieie have been ()." arrivals at Dripping Springs in tlio last four days. As a special inducement to all who want to come before Tuesday, the 21st, I will tell them that there Is a bare possibility that I could give them a bed on tholloor and n seat at the second table. A good many will leave on Tuesday, the ami I will have several vacant rooms then. Hespt., D. G.S. Skcosi) Postscui it. Those who aro hound to go to tho Springs before Tuesday should try Hro. Spoonamoront Hales Well. He is a good, clover fellow, has good water, sets a good tahlo and never "blows." I). G. S. Lebanon Standard mid Danville Advocate pleaso copy. D. G. S. An Open Litter to R. C. Warren. DkakSik: It was claimed by some of the prohibitionists ai Turnersville last Saturday that jour "respnuV to Dr. I.wis, W. II. .Murphy ami W. V. Haiiey was written for puhin.i'.ion. It was proposed by some that it be published. I opposed this, stating that I looked at it us a friendly, courteous letter and should be treated more as a piivate correspond ence than a paper intended for the pub lic. My request was heeded. Hut I l! it 1 now that I was niiitukeu. Its appeal- auco in tne I.sTKiiioa Jom.vw. of Tues day Indicates that It was intended for campaign thunder and honey. All par ties will agree that ! had nothing whatever to do with the invitation sfiit you to engage in a discussion at Titiuersville. As matters have assumed their present shape,1 di'ctuit proper that 1 should notice some tilings in your letter. 1. In the introduction (1 stippuc edi torially) it U stated that ".Mr. Wan en gives his reasons for not wishing to debate against a question which from a moral standpoint he is in sympathy with, and they strike tho key-note of the position of the democrats in this campaign." I suppose that is true with many democrats, hut not all. Think of a man set out with his party to purify the government; their mom! sympathies are on one sitle of a great national Nuc, but their platforms, papers, preferences and politics are on the other sitle! If you keep that position, watch that you do not grow ''. .Mr. Waneii says: "Neither I nor tho party I belong to havo any war to make on the prohibition party in this campaign." Certainly a ciatik should should appreciate such peaceful Hut perhaps Mr. W. only means to nij that he and his party have no war to make on the piohibition party in Lincoln couiitj, where a large number of the firmest prohibitionists have formerly voted the democratic ticket. No one blames Mr. W. for the insult oilered the prohibition club at Turnersville and through them to all prohibitionists. It matteis not who, in the name of democracy, does the kicking out.it will require sifter, sweeter tones to call them back than the whistle of "our honest Dick," though we love you. Must I remind Mr. W. that this is a national campaign'.' And docs he not know that his paity has placed its candidates uihiii a platform condemning prohibit)!-ton laws? Ami do not know. Mr. Warren, that your party in Kentucky claims the defeat of prohibition even elsew hero as a democratic victory? Do you know, Mr. Warren, 01 a single democratic convention national, State or count j, that has given an expression on prohibition without condemning it? II. You seem to think that on the tarilT issue prohibitionists and democrats are agreed. If you mean that the prohibition party endorses the Mills bill or the president's taritt uic.ss.igt, allow me to correct you. Head our tat ill' platform. We regai ti the ditlerences between the democratic ami republican parties on the tat ill as utterly insignificant in comparison with the legal prohibition of the liquor trallie and its consequent evils. Prohibitionists are determined not to be moved from their purpose by the republican-democratic scare-crow, tariti'. I. You say you consider all votes cast for a candidate who has not the ghost of a chance as thrown away. Would you tell a democrat in IC.tnsis, who has not the ghost of a chance to elect his candi date, that If he votes ho throw his vote away? Wo are just weak enough to believe that he who votes contrary to his principles not only throws his vote but also his principles. o. You say "Let us purify the government." We answer, good! Hut we have little hope of success through either of the tiltl parties. Wo can only hope for success through a party that unites its moral svninathics with its nrincinlesand supports its honest conviction with its votes, without fear of party lash. We. must have a party possessed of sutliciont moral force to enforce all laws enacted by decided majorities. Most respectfully Jos. H.M.LOU. An Elegant Substitute For oils, salts, pills, and all kinds of bitter, nauseous medicines, is tho very agreeable liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. Recommended by leading Physicians. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A.'U. Penny, Stanford. Syrup of Figs Is Nature's own true laxative. It is the most easily taken, and the most effective remedy known to Cleanse tho System when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For mile by A. K. Penny, Stanford. ss s Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, is positive cure for Catarrh, Dyphtheriaand McRob crts Si Stagg, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow Jk Co., ncr, Ky. ; E. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky, HUSTONVILLE. Mrs. CVwl nml .smith Yowell me both su tiering front typhoid fever. A little negro at' T. L. Carpenter's fell from an apple tree ami broke an arm. A dance II don't know for what benevolent object t, was kept up till 1:!K) Tuesday night. It is had to keep such late hours. J. H. (tieen, the veteran man, has been reelected superintendent of the Moielautl Mission. On next Sunday he will organize a similar enterprise in tho Carter district, west of town. 0. S. teachers anil candidates for certificates will please remember that Mon-day, the '-tub hist., is the day for opening the Teachers' Institute at Stanford.1 The law is imperative, requiring all in-' tual or expectant teachers to attend ing tlio live tlays of the session, under heavy penalties for failure. our quiet village nas suusiucu into a semblance of peaceful repose. Since U ' ! M. it has been impossible for tired to tint I a moment of slumber. The j fact is, wo of the old regime have not ' learned and cannot learn the ways of the , present generation. It is a trito maxim ' that "history repeat itself." Society, I however, is progressive; or, rather, it 1 obeys another edict of philosophy and moves in cycles. We have first the 1 age state, in which the breechless biped wrestle witli nature to w in a scanty subsistence. Next comes the civilized industrious epoch, when the mind begins to grasp the capabilities of the fair world we inhabit. Idleness becomes disreputable, mind asserts itself and gives its sure guidance to muscle. The wigwam gives place to the substantial ( habitation. Kdiication and enterprise suggest ami cany out schemes of im-i provemont. The comforts ami the real ' enjoyments of life are multiplied. Honesty is regarded as a virtue; and neighlMirly kindness the test of true nobility of soul, and the common good ' the great object of ambition. Hut then j comes the age of grasping avarice and soaring ambition am! grinding selfishness and "Hoston culchar," am! then retrogression, or rather decadence, begins. Idleness and extravagance ami enervating luxury ami gilded vice soon relegate us to primitive barbai ism. This is not imagination. Habylon and Nineveh, Tyro and -Alexandria, Jerusalem anil Tliebis, are all dim shadows of buried magnificence. The Pyramids alone of all earth's ancient nlory remain without a history, with no apparent design, with only countless ages of inutility. Hut this is not what I want to talk about. A case of pursuit of pleasure under is reported from Yoeniito. A man who dispenses the anient found that some one from the outside was in the habit of inserting his arm through an aperture, diopping a proof vial into a convenient barrel and extracting the coveted nectar. The owner lay for the pilferer and when the arm next appeared, discharged his gun into the muscle. Dr. rown thinks that what is left of the aim may possibly lie utilized. Arc i 1 nuJc by InJizettnn. Coniti patt in, D.tz.ROi, I. of Appetite, Yellow SWin Stiilh'iulicr U 1 pouie cure McRoberu .V M.ij, Stinuri!, Kv , C'r A: Oi , McKinney Ky , K W Jones, Cm Diehard, Ky EltiiTiis'ragC POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel ot purity strength and whlcsomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans, Royal Bakino Powdkh Co., 106 Wall Street, New York. BRICK YABD ! 1 n llrick Yard and now have i3 000 brick ready for sale, or 1 wilt take contracts to build them In walls I keep my fresh meats now in VanArsdale's ce lar.111dcanfurnishShn.it, Beef and Mutton at nil time.. W F RAMSEY. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine Brass and String Band in Attendance from July tit to September tst. Rates greatly reduced $2 per day and $10 per week and upward, THOMAS NEWMAN, Manager; J AS. C. KING, Resident Supt. ; j D. B. EDMISTON, Clerk. Ask For Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and bo suro you get it, when you want tho best With its lorty years A ( &r of unexampled sue- U cess in the euro ot I Blood Diseases, you can mnko no I tako In preferring I, Ayer's Sarsaparilla to any other. Tho fore-runner of modern blood medicines. yUMfZ Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is still the most popular, being In great cr domand than all others combined. " Ayor's Sarsaparilla is selling faster than ever before. I never hesitate to recommend It." Oeorgo W. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, Ind. " I am safe In saying that my sales of Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel those ot any other, and it gives thorough satisfaction." L. II. Bush, Des Monies, Iowa. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla and Ayer's Pills are the best selling medicines In my store. I can recommend them conscientiously." G. Blckhaus, Pharmacist, Koseland, III. "Wo bare sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla hero for over thirty years and always recommend it when asked to namo tho best W. T. McLean, Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keep them In stock, as they are staples. There Is nothing so good for the blood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." It. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives tho best satisfaction of any medicine I havo in stock. I recommend it, or, as the Doctors say, I prescribe It over tho counter.' It never falls to moet the cases for which I recommend it, even where tho doctors' prescriptions havo been of no avail." C. F. Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. Ayer'S Sarsaparilla, nr Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mass. Price ft j U bottin, 5. Worth S a bottle. I ICE, ICE, . ICE ! I I will detit er to regular cwomcrs in Stanford and SKinity esery mornwif At Two Cent Per Pound ! Accounts must be paid at the close of each week or when customer tiu :s j, U E. HARROW Mountain Lands I I has acr., m.ire or l.'s,of Mountain, Ccal .and TimbVr Lalids tlu: t will vll at a birgain 1 have a store rum hi rent tin furniture and undertaking, hardwrv or tinner's rttablishment. Thi?:are end f.r a.)d.i) Kur iMrthiT informa. mation. write ti C W. MKI'cAI.K yi l!.rb)iiriillc, Ky. XjOITJD &c GO. Mc KINNEY, KY. For Drugs, Medicines, the famous Sni; ot Figs and to get sour prescriptions promptly .ind correctly tilled at all hours, and ti get )(ur Staple Groceries, fine Clours, Toilet Article, Ac , k to Lord&Co.McKimwy Dr J A. WILLIAMS will attend to our Jrj department: also attend to the wants of tfc uk. night or il.i, i.i town ur country 30 NICE FARM FOR SALE, Ilatinjhoiijht :i f.inn in Washington county, 1 wish to sell th on whi.li I n..v reside In Lincoln counts, at Kow..ind, t mil's from Stanford, Containing 108 Acres ! It lies on both sides if me Crab Orchard pike and can be diside to suit purchaser-. It U under 1 giKsd fencr, ell wittered and in ijid ren.iir. 1 4f It N. WAKh, It.tw.and Ky I R. i MAHTtV J,0. St. I'KRKtNS ' Bkouhead, K.,M.s, 1SJ7. 1 Albright .fc Msrtin be; ts inforn their man friends and eustAmort of the change in firm "nami to MARTIN & PERKINS, The new rirra hopes not to sustain the reputation of the old, L.it intend, to mtke many un-, provcntiiitim the msnutaciure ol totiacco wlurhi will be to the interest f our Customers. We will devote peclil attention t our Natural I. cat brands of Kcn:u..y s best le.ir. IhanVing you forpat favors and a.king fur a communion 01 your trade, we rem tin Respectfully yoursj 1 MARTIN PERKINS. , " " " ' nrMTTl (T A L nn TrTTOTT 11 U U Oiii . ' ' , LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. the largest and finest) hotel in the city. rates $2.50 to $4 per day. accord-inc to rooms; TURKISH A- RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. To the Farmers of Wast Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. Hnsitig been authorireJ by Mr C C VjriArs. dale, pioprlctorof Hustuiiville Roller Mills, a his agent for the purchise of viheit m this section of country, I call with tunriJenceou my old and tried friends of the farming publL to see n;u before en gaging their crops elsewhere. Hasii been In the trade about twenty years, I am famiii.tr with the business, I feei warranted, therefore, in the declaration that I w ill lv able to taciliiute the transfer ol sour crop to the advantige of all con. cemed. J J. IJ.GREKN, HEIRS WANTED. l'eston Einbree, a resident of Stanford, Ky , died on the 4th day of M y, I3J3, leasing considerable est. He for distribution among his heirs. The decedent had three sisters, Elizabeth, Mary and Dully, who left this county about the year iSjj. Elitabeth and Marv when last heard of were living in this state and in that portion known as The I'urchase " Dolly when last heard of was 4 resident of Kansas. Any person hiving any information as to the present residence of the sibose named parties or their heirs, will pleale svrile to me nt Stanford, Lincoln county Ky. 47 JOHN M. 1IAIL, Executor. 8. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 1MT. VERXON, W V. Office next door to 'Whitehead' Drug ?tore. Speculattention given to diteae ofchitdren WOOD WALLACE, THE GEHTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. Thefaihions of the iity in the Rent' Furnish, ing line will atwayt be found In my More. I am agent lor the tndiampotit Steam Laundry, the bet Laundry in the world. NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON. KY. TliU old and well-known Hotel is (till maintaining itt fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., Silt. Ml. Vernon, Ky. LOUIS SOHLEOEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, RICHMOND - KY. Photographs in all styles and sues. Pictures in' India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New designs in Frames and Mat at very low.pnccs. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Renovated and Kefurnished. First-class Kare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite PortersJJot this Popular Hossse, Wmy, $eed and Sale Sjable, Tu..,fa Ajj.fiSaTyyWljr lrZ'fftv - W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY , Goad turnouts and saddle horses always lor 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. to STANFORD, KY., . H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-known Hotel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor Is dctermin. ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to his Guest's. Baggage conveyed to and from depot free of charge Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. j. 11. Hiivrrw. . R. das is. HH.T03ST & AIT IS DP.ALERS IN General merchandise, ROWLAND. KY Have just opened a new stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, 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 advantages in trade. 1871. 1888. Lebanon Planing Mill, A. Or'FUTT, Proprietor, LEBANON, KY. . Doors, Sash, Blinds, Frames, Casing, Base Mold- ings Mantles, Brackets, Cornices, Stairs. Newels, Balusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, Counters, FloorLig, Siding, Shingles. Laths, Kough ami uresscu Lumber. Send for prices before buying elsew here. NOTICE t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Has ing recently equipped a fine Roller Milt 'in the town of Stanford that we defy any; Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the aniens oi the county should have county pride enough to patronne and sustain the same. V'e wish to Inform whom it may concern that we are In the market to buy your wheat and corn and will al ways 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. Jlran and shipstufT always in stock. W. N. I'OTTS, 351 If. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co THE 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 trv It and be convinced. j I'll not worry you about bu) Ing unless you are ful ly sausneu a. to its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take nleasure in addinz our testimony to Its worth. , and without hesitation pronounce it a success in T ..!-... .1.! M .L. I l! 1 1 1.. every utirucuiar, uuing an snai is ti'inicu lor 11; Wm. Daugherty, f. W. Wallace, Dr. Bourne, MrsS. P Salter. A. C. Sine, Bill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vanoy, Sirs. Amanda I'eak, George Peyton, Alex Holti-claw, C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Mirrow, A, M. Kelanst and many others. M.F. KLKIN. Headquarters at S, S. Myers' store. J!