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'I Semi-Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, d888. NO. 77. 60B IS WYE IID HQTHIXG ELSE PKAISlfi TUB IjOKtK lkttku fkom ukukgko. hahnks ' & . - ' Mt. Stkklino. K Oit. SO, 18fkS. 4 iDBAKlNTKKibit:IhnvoalwyHtboii.lit tlii! ountry uruiinil Mt. ftcr ling tlu 'Hflt1kt, bit of funning in Kentucky, nnd I think so Htlll. 1 don't mean that it lies ns well for the lov as some; but to till the. eye it bents the best, "llillowy" Is the only wonl I can think of to express the bold roll of the surface, ns distinguished from the i gently waving landscape of Fayette, Clark nml Ikmrbon. And Montgomery in thu best sections of thu county, is simply unsurpassed. Mt. Sterling llsclf, while very little changed in ihe business portion of the city, and quite like wlint it was when we held our meeting here S years ago, hns grown out of all recognition in its resi tlential suburbs. Beautiful villas and Htntely mansions have- spmng up like magic, especially to the north and west of the old village. They claim (1,000 now, but this, like the "claims" of the average, aspiring inland town, is hlightly exaggerated, I think. We met a hearty welcome, on arrival, though our coming wuh wholly It was so much above the average, tbnt I think it worthy of particular, grateful mention. 1 think that where the battle for standing room hns been hottest, the foothold is most iHTinnucut. We had only remembered Mt, Sterling ns one of the most tlerccly contested iiuldi of iiiir evangelistic experience; where, at one time, the "tight of faith" went soiely agniust us, and when-, as dear Iu! states it, "we were pressed beyond measure." After a protracted htrnggle", the devil was routed, and the dear Loud had it pretty much His own way. Hut the memory of the conflict was moie deeply impressed tixn us than . .1 !..... '......l I '.,. ..!.... r. ";)"", will ever be remembered by soldiers, with hardly a thought of who won '' i '' j cry KniH'iiu uii'ii mi- uui ilitiiimi here; and though I may not hope that our "new departure" will have n "walkover," the almost enthusiastic way in which the dear Kople have ciowdedthe court-house at every service gives hopeful augury of further success in persuading them that tiod is lovr. and Nothing KImj. night we ran against Hobinson's circus, a very formidable rival, ns all know. Hut it didn't emptv n bench in the I'ntlse the I.oiir! Wo! are hnjipy guests of Mr. John I'rcwltt,! with every delicate attention shown that J marks true Kentucky hospitality. Mrs. I'rewitt, nee Miss Lizzie ville, is the dear friend of former years ' Mnrie'o Hath county "sweetheait," in fact and the only daughter of the late Judge Held, of that place. The judge nnd his wife were the devoted friends of our gosel in those early days of Its Introduction, and none were truer to us, "all along the line," than they. He was uncle of the late lamented Judge Dick Held, whose melancholy fate threw such ! a gloom over this community two or three years ago. I am glad to say that Judge Peters, in whose hospitable mansion wo found such hearty welcome and generous entertainment, K years ago, still survives, in n wonderfully fresh nml vigorous old age; und nlthough for sometime an octogenarian, has the vim und sprightliuess of middle age still clinging to him. He will likely live to be 10 , which I hope he may attain, to prove to this fast living generation that regular habits mid temperate diet will Becure whnt we nil long for "length of days" when joined with "faith In God." Nothing could well hnve exceeded in gloom the day of our arrival. It was in deep contrast with tho happy day that had preceded it. Tuesday and its night we had spent at what I call "Dovecote Hall," where our dear friends, the Mirwse'H Mamie and Frenclilo Hright, made life a smile of joj' unmingled, for four nnd twenty hours, to this Troupe Wednesday afternoon we landed in Mt. Sterling, to find the gentleman who had invited us there out of town, nnd no one elso drenm!.:,? of our coming. Wo drove to tho Turner House iu a decidedly downcast mood. Hut all this soon changed. Our good friend found wo were in town and soon transferred us to her delightful house; installed us in her best rooms; and made us forget that skies wero frowning, and arrangements for a luoetlnn lagged. Wo obtained the court-house without difllculty and wero soon at work, trying to convince tho people that God is Lovk and Nothing Else. The clouds of the gloomiest October I over saw in Kentucky are now gone, and tho ekies of hright hluo an) smiling anon iih. ns if n shadow had never crossed them. How difficult, in Nature it, to believe that tlu fathomless hluo never changes for a moment. It cau only bo temporarily obscured. Hut, alas! we attribute tho changeswhich are on- ly "of tin- curtli, Him Who is iiiu.'linnj(fil nml uni'limiKuLk'. And even this cruel wrong wtMioIIiiii, creates net vicissitude In ills conduct or Uivk towards us. How wo nlnitl be riven w itb compunction nnd remorse, one day, to know our Ixwcnvtw in respect to Him, Who alone, of nil, never, felt might for ns but the and nllectfoii. Indeed, the best of us, "know Him not," ns we ought. And worse, furwor.se, so ninny refuse to know Him better, or at nil. That this is bound to "come home to roost,'' is ns certain as thu retributions of the nges that He abend of us. More and more I see the meaning of the stunning resonso that answers back the anguish ed cry, "I.oito! I.om! open unto us!" This frightened crowd ure not what we call "intlilels" or "reprobates." They are those who have "prophesied in -His Name; hi His Name cast out devils; nnd in Ilia Name done many wonderful works." These cannot be "hypocrites," nor "unbelievers." They have "preached ' tongue ot men nnd angels;; - may have "bestowed all their good to feed " prr; may nave, lor creel or nog mu, "given their bodies to be burned." And yet because "Ixjvi:" was lacking, they stand on the wrong side of a closed door. Our retributions are ever in kind. A drunkard's hell is one where the awful thirst remains, but the power to gratify it is gone. A gambler's hell is where the insatiate ajijKtlte for gaming consumes, nml the eager hand shall never thumb npack of cards nor touch the glittering heap of coin, that allays and at the same its hungry cravings. The sensunllst's hell Is where all that the soul lusts for, with n desire that scorches and blisters, with torment unspeakable, is removed immeasurably beyond reach. Our reason ami experience tells us this is unalterably so. Asthesowingsothe "Men do not gathergrapes of thorns nor tigs of thistles." Hut thorns bring thorns and thistles thlMles, bv alaw that ,kl, tm, of t,ltf . n;, Vml not." And think you. dear reader, that tho "I know you not," that we read in Scripture, with a shiver of terror, as if, somehow, it were at times addressed to us has no like seed, of which It is the ripened fruitage'.' "He not deceived, liod is not mocked. Whatsoever a man sows, that shall he renp." Now I know liod is omniscient. If it comes to abstract knowledge, I am sure He "knows" me altogether; "down-sitting; uprising; thoughts afar on"." Yet He says "I know you not!" Here comes in the changeless law of retribution. I Ik knows v .not, jcst so r.wt as wk know him not. Oh, men! women! children! will you not see that there is but one "eternal life;" and that is to "know the only true liod, ki:s Jesus Christ, Whom He hath sent." And instead of measuring ami knowing liod iu the person of Him Who went about doing good, and healing all that were oppressed of the devil," you hae thought of Him nsthe very-One Who has "oppressed" you Himself; ns the sender of your sieknetvs; the of your children; the robber of your proierly; und worst of all, the One Who at last snaps your brittle thread of life. In your cruel creeds, your ferocious dogmas, you hnve called the Hlessed God Thief, Kobber, Murderer, Devil, while worshipping Him in the same breath ns the "liod and Father of our Loiti) Jkm Cm hint." As sure as retribution comes in kind, this sowing must have a reaping in kind. "I know you not" means nothing more nor less than "vou know Me not." And yet we had His Hlessed Son "id-ways going nbout doing good," to tench us Whnt and Whom He was. We saw-that God-sent Savior dying for His enemies; invoking Love's blessing on them with His latest breath, to teach us Whom and what I Iu was. Iu spite. of all, unbelief insisted that God slew His enemies; that God could hato the sinner to nil eternity; nay, that from all eternity He predestinated the wretched creature to a never-ending hell, utterly Irrespective of anything save His sovereign pleasure iu doing it. My ehlefest heartache now is that I even tkikd to bellevo thnt of my Hlessed God. My deepest griel and "sorrow of heart" is that "my brethren and kinsmen ac cording to the flesh" still try to bellevo it. 0, that I could spare them the heartrending discovery that will one day astound them with tho "crack of doom,' when tho door they onco foadly imagin ed stood open for them, la closed; and to their startled horrorcrylng "Low! Lord! opeu to us I" there will only como back the dreadful response, "I kjcow roc .not; vou KKJiW ME notI" Kurle Elleton! '" h'r'l7 "' Kver in Jesus, Geo. 0. Haiinus. Why uiUyoii cough when Shlloh'a Curt will jiv immediate relic f Price ioc, ioe and fi.on, McKbhcrts&Stogg, Staalord, Ky., Crow A Co. fi!Klnc, Kjr.; K. W June, Crab Orchard, Ky CHURCH AFFAIRS. Klder George Dnndu is holding n meeting at Winchester. i itev. F. I. Hnle closed the town revival with 41 conventions and the Hopkiusvillc levivnl icsulted in L'.'l confessions. I Craddock publishes u letter from I llro. Barnes suggesting that he will goto Paris from Mt. Sterling if the friends w ill i get the nnd a boarding place for liini. I hese have been arranged for I nml be will go thence to-morrow. After two weeks of earnest, labor, during which lie bus preached two sermons a day, Itev. lien Helm, who bus been conducting the revival at the Presbyterian church, announced Sunday that the service last night, would likely close the meeting. In nddition to a general warming up of the membership, 11 additions have resulted and great good hns been accomplished. Mr. Helm was formally called by the church Sunday, when the vote for him was unanimous. Hon. JohnS. Van Winkle. At a meeting of the Lincoln Har at Stanford, on the oth day of November, 1888, the following resolutions were adopted; I. This bar has learned with sincere sorrow of the sudden and unexpected death of John S. Van Winkle, of the Danville Har. We desire to unite with the people of Danville in testifying iu this formal manner to the sterling worth, the incorruptible integrity and the spotless life of our deceased friend and associate. He had leen for so many years n regular attendant upon the courts of our county as to be as universally known mid respected here as at his home. He wa, iu truth, a faithful, Industrious. learned and able lawyer, and his death iu the prime nnd matured vigor of his powers will be universal I v recognized as u irrnvi loss to the people as well as to the Harof the State. II. Our respectful svnipathv is tendered to the family of Judge Van Winkle, and the secretary of this meeting is directed to forward to them a copvof these n'solutions. Tnos. W. Varno.y, Cli'n. J. H. Paxton, See'y. Dan illk. The marriage of Mr. Itoyle G, Hoyle to Miss Li ,ra V., daughter" of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guest, was perform ed by Hev. K. M. Green. It was a unlet but beautiful wedding, witnessed only by the relatives and a few near friends of the families. The young collide took the limited express in the afternoon for New York and will visit the nrincmnl cities of the east before returning from their wedding journey. Miss Nannie Dunn, of this city, will be married No- vember 7th at Columbia, S. C, to Mr. 0. w . Hicks, of Oxford, N. C. Geo. sold to W. M. Cable, of Cass ty, Mo., n yearling jack, Kngle, for SS.0. It. U. Sandidge sold to Geo. Cogar MX) bushels of Irish iottttoes nt .") cents per bushel. Advocate. If women are ever given the right of suUhige this dialogue will likelv be often reiicnted: Mr. Smith "Are you going to the polls, dear'.' You know it is election day." Mrs. Smith "No." Mr. S.-" Why not?" Mrs. S. '"Cause I have nothing to wear." Fkki.i.vo Bli-k. "Darling," lie said, "your eyes are as bright ns diamonds, your teeth nre as white as pearls, your lips are as red as rubies, and and" "Yes, George," sho replied sweetly, "and you are as green ns emerald." Then George went out into 4he jet blnqk night. m A young fellow, who wanted to be smart, emiuiied on being introduced to to n red-headed girl, "Where's the white horse?" With tho sweetest simplicity imaginable, she replied, "I can't show you a white horse, but if you will look into that glass you will behold n white jackass." i m The Seven Wonders of the World were Pyramids of Kgypt, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Tomb of Mausolos, Temple of Diana nt Kphcsus, Colossus of Rhodes, Statue of Jupiter, nnd the Pharaohs of Kgypt." - A murderer at Denver, Col., was taken with convulsions and died in agony, imagining that the murdered man was torturing him. i Syrup of Figt Ii Nataro'i own truo laxative. It is the moU easily Ukon, and tht most eSbctive 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 tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For Balo by A. R. Penny, Stanford. m The Only Perfect Remedy For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and kindred Ills is tho famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It strengthens as well as cleanses tho system, it is easily taken, and porfectly harmless. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. . Shiloh'n Catarrh Kcruedy, a potittve cure for Catarrh, Dyphthcria and Conker-Mouth. Mcllob cnt Si Smkk, Stanford, Ky. ; Cruwr ic Co., Kf ; E. W.Jone, Crab Orchard, Ky. A .": .1 ., MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Samuel Fields and Miss Lou Hansel were mairied on the 1st. Our party In the county is well organized nnd we expect to cut the republican majority to less than 100. A Laurel man here yesterday says he will not vote for Cleveland because stock has been selling so low. Writs of arrest nre out for Patrick Morgan and Jell" Hurleson, of Gum Sulphur, charging them with the theft of two bounds. John C. Phillips, Goochland, this county, has been granted u pension. Mrs. Martha Alexander, Kast Hernstadt, ditto. C. C. Williams lins been doing some good work in the democratic cause iu various portions of the county, organizing clubs, sjH'aklng, &c. Clinnt Lair, who hnd Ids tramon tilled with bullets bv Wnlker Turpin some weeks since is in a precarious condition. Wm. Parker, town marshal, cut on circus day, is improving, and will recover. A court-house full of Rockcastle democrats greeted tho Hon. W. H. Smith, of Itichmond, tit this place last Saturday. The speaker in ids two hours' speech kept the audience highly entertained by the many good sallies and telling licks against the republican doctrine of free whisky and exhorhltant prices for cloth- mg, necessaries, etc. Cheer after cheer greeted the speaker, for Grover, the Ked Haudami and McCrcary. Altogether it j wtw u representative democratic rally, 'nnd will hnve its influence n the polls. F. II. Iteppert is in from Cincinnati I to vote. W. V., his brother, has gone to ' Casey county for the same purpose. I Mesdames Jael Cooper and Nellie Hcdd, of Crab Orchard, were visiting here last I week. Misses Mollie Talbot, Gum Sul phur, and Kutie Hutner, Hrodhead, two Rockcastle beauties, were visiting friends at this place Saturday. A. R. Dyche, of the Kcho, and his little son were here Sunday. Miss Alma Carson, of who has done more to establish und maintain good schools in Rockcastle than most anybody, was in town Saturday, looking up the building fund for a new church at that place. TRUE LOVE. I think trutlote it ner blind, Hut rather bringt an added light, An inner islon quick to find The beau tie hid from common sight. Noaoulcanetrrcteailjr ace Anothrr'a highest, nobleit part, Sate through theakcct philosophy And loving wUdom of the hpart. Vour unanointed eyet thall fall On him who fills my tout iih light: Vou do not sev my friend at all, You ee what hide him from your sight. I see Ihe feet that fain would climb, You but ihe steps that turn astray; t see the soul unturmtd, sublime, Vou but the garment and thec'ay. You see a mortal, weak, misled, Dwarfed eer by ihe earthly clod; t see how manhood, perfected, May reach the stature of god. Illinded I stood, at now ou stand, Till on mine eyes, with touches sk ert, I.oe the deliverer, laid his hand, And lo! I worship it his feet! .l'hcrbe Cary. A Safe Investment. ts one which It guaranteed tobrinj jou satisfactory results, or in case ot failure a rctum of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from ouradtcrtttcd druggist a bottle of Or. King' New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief is every case, when used for any affection of the Throat, Lung or Chevt, such as Consumption, Inflamation of I.uug, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It itpleasant nnd agreeable to taste, perfectly tafc and can always bo depended upon Trial bottles free at A. It. Pennv's drug store. m Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world tor cuts, brutses ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tctter.chap. ped Hands, chilblains, cornsJJ.md all skin erup. tlons, and positively cures piles, or no pay re quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by A. K. I'cnny, Stanford, Ky, m Is Consumption Incurable ? Head the following! Mr. C. H. Morris,. Sew. ark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me me an incurable consumptive. Ilegan tak. Ing-Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle and able to ntersce the work on my farm. It Is the Jlnest medicine ever made " Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, savs: "Had It not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now in the best of health," Sample bottles free at A. H. Penn'a drugstore. Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. Al, who jhave ued Klectric Hitters sing the xamr song of praise A purer medicine Ams not enst and it Is guaranteed to do alt that is claimed. Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kid. ncys, will remove Pimples, Holla, Salt Itheum and other affections caused by Impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial Kcvrrs. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Hitters, Kntire; satisfaction gaurantcrd or money refunded. Price 50c and )i per botlle a A. H. Penny's drug store. - Are you made mixrable by Indigetthn, Cnntti pation, Dirxinett, Lots of Appetite, Yellow Sklnf Shiluh's Vitallier Is a positive cure. McKoberts A Sugg, Stanford, Ky ; Crow A Co.. McKinney Ky.; K. W.Jones. Crab Orchard, Ky. The Rev. Geo? H.Thaver, of Itourbon, Ind. says: "Both myself and wife owe out Jivm to Shlloh's Consumption Curi, McKoberts St Stagg Stanford, Ky.; Crow A Co., McKinney, Ky.; E, W, ones Crab Orchard, Ky. AKlH POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel ot purity strength and wholesomenest. More economical than the ordinary kindt, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders, Sold only in cans. Royal lUkiNc Powder Co., 106 Wall Street, New York. ESTRAV j There came to my farm about the miJdleof September 7 mountain ewes, wMch the owner can get by paving for grating and for this notice. SV.V AHKAHAM, 7$'im Crab Orchard, Ky FOB, SALE. House and 35 Acres Land Two miles South ol ' Stanford on Neal's Creek Address me at Carlisle, Ky. W, CHAIG. NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. This old and well-known Hotel is still maintain ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public M. P NEWCOMB, Prop., Sylt. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., STANFORD, KY. Office on Lancaster Street, opposite Court-House Having removed to this nlace from Liberty, to practice hit profession, call the attention ot the pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all hours nay or nignt to answer cant in town or country. Thirty years of his life were spent in Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as a physician and surgeon. A share of the patron, age of the people of Stanford and vie nity itasked by him. 65 LTTMBEB, TABS! the lumber yards of Messrs. George D. Wcaren and I. M- ilruce and will open a big yard at the one purchased of Mr. Wearen. Betides lumber in rough and drested, I will carry a large line 01 window satnes, doors and sningiet, lathi, potts and the picket fence formerly sold by Mr. vvearen, S. G HOCKER A Hew Livery, M and Sale Stall.! I have purihaved the brick Stable on Depot Street, Stanford, Formerly occupied by J. E. Ilruce, hut more re. cently by John 11. Carpenter. I have pat the , ble in thorough repair and am furnishing' it with feed of all kinds, a brard ' New Stock of First-Glass Buggies, Surreys, &c, . . . . .. . 1 And am prepared to accommodate all who may favor inc with their patronage. Give me a trial J N. MENEFEK. "f The Favorite Medicine for Throat mid Lung Difficulties hits long liueii, und still Is, Aycr's Cherry l'octoral. It cures Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, and Astlimu; soothes irritation ot the Larynx and Fauces; strengthens tho Vocal Organs; allays rtorcnvss ot tho Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, oven in advanced stages ot that disease, relieves nnd induces Sleep. Thero is no other preparation for diseases ot tho throat and lungs to be compared with this remedy. "My wlfo had a distressing cough, with pains in tho slilo and breast. Wo tried various medicines, but nono did her any good until I got a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had tho measles, anil tho cough was relieved by tho uso of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I havo no hesitation In rocommendlug this Cough Medicine to ovcry one aflllcted." Robert Horton, Foroman Headlight, Morriliton, Ark. " I havo been nflllctod with asthma (or forty years. Last spring I was taken with a violent cough, which threatened to terminate my days. Every one mo in consumption. I determined to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Im olTci'ts woro magical. I was Immediately relieved and continued to lmnrovo liiillluutlrAlyrecbvorcd." JoclBullard, Uliilford, Coun. " Six uxuiti ngu, I hud a severe M the lungs, brought on by an Incessunt cough which doprlvod me of idmip and rest. ( tried various remedies, hut obtained no rullef until I to tuko Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A few bottles of this medicine cured me." Mrs. E. Coburn, 111 Second st., Iwll. Mass. "For children with colds, coughs, sore tlno.it, or croup, I do not kuow of any reined) which will giro uinro rijmedv ndlef tlnin Ayer's Cherry I'oistorul. I h.tvo found it, ulso, In discs of Whooping Cough." Ann Lo'ejov, l'JS7 Washington ittieet, Huston, Muss, Ayer's Gherry Pectoral, (UKl'AltKD 1IY Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast, Hold by all Drntrtfkts. !'rlcl; six Utiles, J. A. S. PHIOE, SURGEON DENTIST, STANFORD, KY Oflice on Lancaster street, in room recently va cated by Dr. W. H, Penny. ' COTTAGE FOR RENT! My cottage ou Upper Main street, Stanford, nexttoU.H. Iliggins' residence. Alto the cot tage next door, now-occupied by Mr. J. P. Davis Possesion to firtt named given at any time and to latter on Nov. uth. MKS. LOTTIE HOLMES. 13( Danville, Ky J. H. HILTON. II ft. DAVIS. Hix.Toar&xAirxs DEALERS IN General Merchandise, ROWLAND, KY, . Havejutt opened a new stock of Mtrrs nndDsys' Clothing, Hats, Cabs, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and Family Groceries, Alio dealers m Coal. Country produce taken In zhange for goods at highest market price. Come .one, come all, and learn the advantage In trade. loim mi XION A!Bift XWiolaCream mma.... i :.i . WmTWrevESl I I'lViJSlBVlUU.WllUUUh fijfff'' lea, Pimples, Sunburn and Tan. A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin, soft, smooth and white. Viola Cream ! hot a paint or powder tocover defects, but a remedy to cure. It is superior Co all other preparations, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drag gists or mailed lor 50 cents. Prepared by G. C BITTNER Ac CO., TOLEDO, OHIO. For Salt at McRoberts A- Stagg's, Stanford, Ky THE FLORENCE' WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may with to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing Incident to the old process of washing. Take one andtry it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied at to its merits. The undersigned have purchaied the Florence Washing roachine 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, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, 1. E. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holti-claw, C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Harrow, A. M. Fcland and many others. M.F. ELKIN, Headquarters at S. S. Myers' store. NTOTXCE ! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill (in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the citirens ot the county should have county pride enough to patronite and sustain the same. We wish to inform whom it may concern that we are In the market to buy your wheat and com 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 cail at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all timet, who will give the bett prices for same. Bran and shipttuft always in stock. W. N. POTTS, 5i tf. Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co i A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving lioth LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Secures to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio Kner and Chicago, ajid 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 on all trunk lines is denominated The Limited Express. The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort. WAt all Coupon Ticket Offices in the South you will find our time tables and tickets. 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