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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
ic. c. WAtTON, huh. Mcinafjer
Ky., .lUIiY , 1888
Publiuhod Every Tuoadny nnd Friday. '
"SU 1'JOR YKAK, IX ADVANC1C
0 When m.t o paid $2. GO will be iharge.l
L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Mail train going North. ti jipin
I aiirctK train Smilli ii$7l""
Nortli - 37 m
Lcal Freight North ..)...... -630 a m
The tatttr iraina tlo curry iat.er.;cr
The above lucaleiiUteil on itandar.l lime, Solar
r i about o minute fatter.
K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. j
I re Hii Nar KtntUml at 5 3J m and 7 so a m
a. tlrttiirn at 6 p m andEop m.
... . . 1 1 1 . :-...! 1
iTiiij.H mi. j.viry ''",.. Mrs. Kate l)udlerar.
wirnum'ti. .. 11. j'cimy.
C'lsToii oil, lard oil ami machine oil
of nil kinds at MeHoberts it SM'h.
Tub brut place to buy drugs, patent
inelicines and toilet articles is at A. It.
III v your school books, ink, tablets,
paper, pencils and school supplies of all
kinds from A. It. IVntiy.
I t'tmnintee all watches and every article
of jewelry 1 sell to Ikj just as
A. It." Penny.
Miw Ansii: (iitixs is visiting friends
Mil. W. T. TvitKinmtl Miss Alpha are
J01.1. T. Hmiiiiy has a ixnitlou in tin1
Farmers National Hank.
Miss (.'irrrii: Thhimomi, of Danville,
is Mslting relatives here.
Mis Asvik II i.i: ha gonu to
to init Mrs. It. i. Hail.
VtiiNnx retMrnixl from n
sit to Winchester Monday.
Mn. D. (i. Si.iruiiTKit, of Dripjiing
Springs, was here Wednesday
Mk J. V. Dim, and Miss Mai v .lone- as the regular supper hour is six . )'t pretends to be
iiMitiiiK Irien.ls in Panville. ' an.I I must have some time to prepare i "0! "y.nus .in. Po.n cs s,.mucb
Miss Mmii: MiHiuiiif I'aris, is visit- for them. A. I.. poonaniore,
b.r sister, Mr. U. C. (Jivens. tor .if Hale's WYh "
Mas. H T. II Aiuus of Ijojiinvll!.., Is , ,t ,mw ,,:. ,orf,lv ,,". who N,l(1
with her sister, Mrs. M. h. lie ....
.ftmt mv ,mrmin,,mm.n,tMl , v ,,ri,k
Mils. l. II U null), III lHllsvilie, l- MSi'i..
ing l r daughter, Mis. A. S. Moflctt. i
Misi Muiv Ili.rri: and Kate Al-i
urn are visiting friends in Somerset. !
Mns. YV. i. Wkuii went to
this week to see the Barnes troilKt.
Mis-,); M I.V AXI) I'vTTDt
with .linlge Kindrick to Somerset
Mi:s J. I.: M.K.smiv, of Itlrminglmm, ,
'a , is at for tho
Mtss Minvii: Kiihi.ix, a l.elxtnon
was with .Mrs. lleorgu II. I.ruce this
Mi. .1. C. II vs and wifo ltve gone to j
t i.t . OitIiiuiI "iniiw U w......,i .. fu-1
w Km. ,
M s M ttii: Nkwmimh, of Mt. Ver-i. i
u, has hevn visiting Misa Mattiu Van-
Du Hvwki.vs IttniwN has been gmiiUj
i la pulsion and now dellcx delinquent
Mit mi Mux. T. 1!. Wti.Tits n'tiirnwi .
fp in I'nieville yesterday, wliero they
pn nt mmiiiI .lays.
Mi.x s,. c. Xiuiii i i:itT ami Mks Mary
Mi rsleft for Virginia via the Kentucky
( lilt.ll this niorilillK.
I M. I.vsi.ky is in llhiocounty letting
i ii m. nl conlntcts for lMiniston A Hoi-
dam, of rab Orcbanl.
.. . .....
Mas. .1. H. (IwM.KY, .Mrs. Hugh l.eni 1
and her boy have gone to Crab Orchard
t'. spend 11 week or two. '
Mux. Johnston, who lias been visiting
I........... M.v .Morris I-vans, f..r ....,., S...11...
mi nmii .'i.n, .'.". in iiMiM.;( iwi (
time, left for 1
tinlny. . . . . . '
Frikmis here will be gkid to learn that ,
I'r I'evton received a dixputch from his
physicians at Knoxvillu tlutt Masterson
I'evton was out of danger and would get
Mas. Tiiom is joined Mrs.
John Metcalf and Miss Alice Metcalf, of
NicholasvUlc, yesterday, and went to
15arbourille to sjiend several weeks
with Judge C. W. Metcalf.
Mas. S. S. Mvkiis is a third cousin of
Denjainin Harrison, republican candidate
for President, but she can't make
Meve vote for him, even if she wasn't
too good n democrat to w ish him to do
Mil. K. 15. II vi)i:x went to Tennessee
Tuesday. He has, with !!. C. Thompson,
of Fast Bcinstadt, recently bought
a valuable coal mine in Webster county,
Ky., umi they are preparing, to work it
on a largo scale.
Tiik Sterling, lCas., liulletin, rep.,
makes this mention of a former Stanford
boy, who was born and bred a democrat:
"i)r, Triieheiirt's entbusiasni for Cleveland
ami Thurman is so great that he
makes his little lioy wear a shirt made
of bandana handkerchiefs. It is hard on
do to Ziniincr's for Ice Cream.
h i: C'iu:am, Lemonade, (.linger Ale and
(rape Soda at 11. .burner's.
I I T
Yorit account is dueand ready, l'lensu
i.dl nnd settle. A. 1J. Penny,
Mn.i.iNKitv nt toHtat Courts & Cox'h.
(.80 to Mutnilf Si VmWr for u nice jmir
of wixHorH. Kvery pair warranted.
Tin: Lincoln County Club in the
in iiiuiiibvrH in tliu .State. Let uh
kl'l'p it HO.
I'ou Sam: oh !!i:nt. My housu nnd
lot. For further pnrtivuliirH rail on
Jixi: ,1, Tiiompmi.v, the toiiMirinl
in the until to go to for a clean nIiiivu
and neat trim.
Tin: State Medical Soduty will meet at
Crab Orchard July Dr. Steele
Hal ley it permanent hecrctary.
Tin, patriots who the force of
this ollice from the devil up took an online
" the 4th, the llrt for years.
Tin: per capita of the common schools
for has been llxed bv I'rof. l'ickett
at i'JM'i, an increase of 15 cents on last
I i:iiNiwri.viisk my customers to call
and settle their accounts. I need the
timm.v mill iiiiihL luivi It tn iniv mv
Tnr.iiK will be another erand ball ami
Isupper at Hales Well ItkIiiv night.
There will be pod music and u big time
is expected. Supper 50 cen th; no charge
for dancing. Kverybody invited.
ii:x. (iiti:i:i.i:v has written to the observer
here that the reasons he gave for
si continuance of the weather signals
were good and sutlicient and that they
would be sent as formerly.
Tin: IxTKinon Jornsu. did uj) the
Rowlands by 11 score of 'V2 to 1(1 Wednesday.
The I. J.'s will play the Louisville
Amateurs at the Public School grounds
at 10 a. m. and '.. v. ., Saturday.
Mv accounts will be readv bv Julv I'll
Hoik, everyone that knows himself in-
debted to me will call and settle as I
must have the money to meet iny own !
debts. This means everybody. A. T,
I'liitM.Ns wishing supper on Sunday I "u ami coarsest pace 01
will ulcus., nniifv me bv r, penition that ever aiijienred ill a paper
, . . ., . , , ... ... .
tlllll lit; illllil mi. i'iiiii it n.i.i, i.i.i. iii.i
brick was not binned right, but I have j
got as good a kiln of brick as ever was
burned in Stanford. W. F. Kamsev.
Tim glorious lib was but slightly observed
here. None of the merchants
closed ami but tor the exodus of the
.......... ........I.. ... ). .i.niii)i.n ....in.
v.illllt; in'iiin.' it. I'Niii.ii,
,,I1B spring and other ,K.ints, it would j
not have been any nioie than any other ;
A i)o of the llnest peaidte.s into which ;
tooth was ever stuck was sent us by Mr.
mill Mt. John linwiddle, of the West
Ud, N eilnesday. Our thanks are hear-
' . . . '
, ,. ,
tilv extended to them lor their thought-1
fulness mid to Mr. I!. ti. I. i . fori
tmnsportiiiK them. i
'i: omitted to Mate in our hist that
Mr xi'dmlfls of ottenheim, wax
,nulrij,,(i ,, 0Otrn,.t fr buildlni; the
entile 7 miles of the Stanford and Ot-
teiiheim tuVnnike at Sl..'(X)a mile. Mr.
ivjckor is a resjionsiblu and enteipriin '
mail and will push the work vigorously,
Tim: .resident, W. II. Miller, bad
Squire .1. A. t'happell and others arrest-1
ed foricfiisingtopay toll on the Chap-
pell's (inp pike, but at the trial before
Juilgo Varnoii Tiulay they were ae-,
. . .-... .... .. ..
(jiutted. .Mr. .Miller and Kohert
jug represented the pike and W.O. Hans- j
ford tlio .lefendants. .
i'"l " V'T W V l..s.- l ..b S
'i. ..li.l.t ,....1 foil IS f,.... tn tlie frrimnt J I
..u:.i..u ,u; ,1
....lllllinillB lie. .n.i.s.,
..,.in,.i....l ,...M,n.ii.nti..l fracture of t he
loft forearm. Dr. Held was called and
set the broken limb ami rendered the
other necessary aid to the little suH'erer.
Tin: Stanford Female College has been
leased to Prof. J. M. Hubbard, of Arkansas,
a gentleman of long experience as a
teacher and who beam the highest rec
ommendations of his ability and excel-
lent moral standing. He will he assisted
by his sister and a full faculty and we
hope to see a large school greet linn in
Tin: Lincoln County Fair is at last a
llxed fact. The meeting Wednesday decided
to hold It here August '2 and 15 and
elected the following ofllcers: Korestus
lleid President; J. W. (.livens, 1st Vice-President;
Vice-Picsidents: K. YV. I.ee,
Hoyle; II. II. Hrinkley, Pulaski; J. V.
Walker, Uarrard; J. W. Whipp, Casey;
Joel Kinbry, .Madison; Abo Coleman,
Mercer; James Maret, ltockcastlc. Directors:
S. II. llaughinan, Levi Hubble,
I. M. llruce, l!eo. Miller (iivens, Charlie
Crow, S. A. Middleton, S. M, Owens,
Kobert McAlister, John Good, K. P.
Woods, J. K. Lynn, George. 1". llright
aiid.LK. l'urris. Geo. II. McKinney,
Secretary; J. S. Owsley, Jr., Assistant
Secretary; J. II. llaughinan, Treasurer;
II. T. Hush, King Marshal; T. I).
Chief Marshal. The directors are
requested to meet next .Saturday at the
court-house at 1 o'clock.
Wi: will sell our entire stock of millinery
at cost for cash for the next thirty
days. Couits & Cox.
- - -v
A 1. 1. of the members are requested to
be preent nttliu Democratic. Club meeting
Saturday night, 7th, at the Court-House.
A i.irrrKit was mailed at this ollice bust
week, addressed, ".Miss .Stanfurto,
Capt. W. F. Mi Kinm:, who has been
in failing health for two vents, fiom a
elnonic iillectlon contnicted in the war,
was declined iiiMiiie this week and taken
to the Anchorage iixylimi by Mr. W. II.
HigKins. His friends and of bis
excellent family trust that the treatment
then? will result in a speedy cure nnd his
icturn to them.
Sallie, aged !l, daughter of Mr. and
Mr. Andy J. Tucker, died Tuesday of
tlux. The heart-stricken mother is
down with the same terrible disease and
so is the other child. They were better
The death of Squire W. M. (iamett,
after years of hii tiering from cancer, a,
notice of which appears in our Cnibj
Orchaid letter, lemoves from that locality
a useful man, who served well his
day nnd generation. He held the ollice
of justice of the peace for many years
and was faithful to that and all other
trusts conllded to him.
Hov llariison's iiieetiui; in New
York lasted I'll weeks nnd resulted in I
The Richmond Presbyterian church I
has called Rev. John A. Piyston, of
Fithcrvillc, V11., to succeed Rev. Harry
(ilass, resigned. Salary, 1,700.
The Peering Camp Meeting began
J 1.1.1 .. III !.... (ill .1... I.,).
,"rlu K .. wm K.u tickets
eood for one day at nun fare and verv
.... .V... (l.r .... .. ., 1, .....,., .,,.,- ,... ,...,1.
The article in the Nlcholasville
about the Key. ieo. O. l'arnes is
so as to be outside the pale of decent no
Please .ininxiiice in to-morrow's issue
that IS. K. Noel will pi each on Close
Communion next Miudav at the Halt
,;m l.l1Ilri.l1 in Il.mtnnvill,. ul.!..l. tin...
--..-.--- .-.-..-.-. .....v.. ,...iv
he will answer some questions asked by
Klder l.oinn Williams, through the
minis of the Apostolic (iuide, of Lexington.
All are invited. F.M.Ware.
FARM AND TRADE ITEMS.
-S. (i. Iloyle, of the Danville
, , e ., I . I . . !
;,Kt,. "r .i'X'
v, ......... '. l,a.', ,
mwijiv r iimiu lit
Nicholasville, coiitaiuing (h"i,(X)0 pounds,
burned Moiulny iiiht. Insured for $.'!,
-!:. W. Let- sold last Saturdiiy to Mo-
ses Khan 1" head of liXVpouml cattle,
... .... ........ l between now l .t...
liOth, lor ! per cwt. l D.invile
--Senator Harris, nf Madison county,
sold for August delivery, Vi cattle,
weight uImmU 1 "00 pounds, at "i cents,
lie also sold L'OO lambs to .1. W. Hales at
The new Madison Countv Fair As-
sociation, which will ejve lo.OOO in
purses and premiums and have trotting
U1(j r,,,,,,,,,, rMVH wu., ,i11V) wju iM, I il 1
August N-17 at Hiehinoiid. See ad.
it is sjsid that .1. ( Juest, of Pan-
ville, K v., has refused a bona tide cash
oiler of Sl.'i.WK) for the bav
colt. Henin. bv Harrv (Vl'iillou. out of
Virginia II. by Imp. Buekdcn. C. J.
.t Richmond .,," shares of Matlison
National Hank stock sold nt fli.S.iVi ami
seven 01 tlie First National at JfHS.'J.i,
Wheat is selling at 7o cents and tobacco
''op. t hlliax.
The buyers here were onlv oirering
'-" "i.e.u ...in ...u iniiiiein
are all going to leftist" to sell just now,
but will bold over until next winter
and will then feed it to the hogs if they
can do no better. I'm is News.
Many of the Scott county farmers
will hold their wheat for better juices.
Uuford Hall sold to Thus. J. Hurgess 100
fat cattle at an average of $7.") per bead,
and Mr. Hurgess let Oano l.uke have
, them at ii protlt of S(ilX) on the lot.
MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY.
Squire Anglin died of heart disease,
near Orlando, this county, last l'riday.
Key. J. T. Tiirpin, a Baptist mini's-ter,
will preach hero next Monday night.
The young folks of this place had 11
nice picnic on tlie 4th. Your scribo
in the good work at the table.
James Laiulniiu is at
the depot here. Mace Miller will work
nights at Livingston, beginning next
Itst Thursday morning Mrs. Robert
Summons, living on Brush creek, on
awakening found her
balm dead. Thought to have been accidentally
James CuminiuN has sold his farm
lying three miles west of this place to
parties who are negotiating with other
farmers in that neighborhood for lauds
with 11 view of mining ii on. It is claimed
that excellent iron ore in abundance
has been found in that locality.
C.ipt. F. H. ltiley, proprietor of the
Jackson House, London, was here Monday.
We were wrongly informed in regard
to the republican meeting last Saturday.
They orgnnlzed a club of 71
membeis and met again Monday and are
organizing in all the precincts in the
county. The democrats will meet Saturday,
July Htb, at the
here to organize and transact otber important
business connected with the
the 1'iimp.iigii. Kvery democrat in the
countv should be present, (iood speakers
will be on hand.
THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. '
for Catalogue to J. T. PATTERSON .PRIST.
BRICK 7AHD !
I liacojtned n llnck Vint and now have 18 000
brick ready lor mIc, r I will take contracts t.
btiilit them In .li my lrfh meat now
In VanArnlale's ce lar an I an f irnish Shoat, lleef
and Minimi .it n), tunc W f KA.MhKV
Madison County Fair
Will I111M Iik regular annual cxhitit on en Tuilay,
Wcitiienilay. Thursday and Friday,
Aujust, 14, 15, 16 & 17, '88,
Purses and Premiums, $5,000.
Ironing aid Kunmng
RACES EACH DAY.
Special 'I r.nns anil low fare on all railroad
J II CIU.VAUI.T, I'refidtnt.
T J COVIMilOX Sny.
LOITID &o CO.,
McKINNKY, KY. '
Tor Drun. Mtdlclncit, the l.unouv Srnp ol Flu I
and t.i (;it Miur prvcriitiuns sriimptly and I
rcctly tillt.l al all hours and to cet 'ur Staple j
(irocerio, line Clijar, Tmlit Articles, fc, go to
!.ndvCti,.McKliini'y l)r J A WILLIAMS I
will utteiid to onrdruK dcpiirtiucnt; also attend to '
the want ol the mik, ntylit or iIhv, in to'vn or i
country j 1
Mountain Lands I i
I h.iM1 400 air.', tn re or li, of Sir untair, Coal
and TimUr Lilidt that 1 mil .ill at a bargain I
liatator rivmto rent lru furniture mid
har.lari i.r iinmr't iktabli.hmint
Thoveare good l'ir oi'ii' n lorturtfrr infur.ma
matinn, write to C V Ml I CALK
Vi llarlu irvilk, Ky
A No. i Washington Co.
Farm For Sale.
I lie Farm coiitnim ic A' re, ...Mated on the
Springfield and I' erryifl pike. S iiiilen Irom tne
former and 8 mill., from Lebanon Surroundtd
ly k'xh) iilsht.ir. ihiol and ihnri lie. and n
adapted l ..II the fawrUi' gram and r,ncs trroun
111 Kinlml.y Has d house, ham and other
nutiHiildini;ii I'Untv 'f .iH.ny uater and in .1
hih tatc ..f iii!ti.v.iin tor further particulars,
address 1-. l'( (WTI.I., Ky
To the Farmers of West Lincoln,
Casey and Elsewhere.
limine l-ii author.ml ly Mr C. C VntiAr
dale, proprictcr of Hutinvllle K llcr Mill., n his
audit fur the iiuriliH.e of whei.t Hi tm eition of
country, 1 call with nmtidenLeon my old and trice
fliciuU of the farnniiir puhlii. to ;. me heforc en
bukIiis tluir trojii. . Uewherr. Havi. jj I ceil in
the Irnde about cnr, I am familiar with
thcbuiiivi I feel rraimil, thertfore, 111 the
declaration thai I will he J Ir to tauiiintc the
traiKter ol to the .id. intake of all
ccrncil .1' J II (.Ri:EX
A Modern Progressive School !
Where)onr will I e taught how to he
come true women, as well as th irmtifhly instriut.
i LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC.
Address ItKV C l'OIT.. President,
orMKS S. C TRUKHKART,
37 la.dy Principal.
K. S. MAKTIN. JNO. M. PERKINS
DKUUIILAU, JSY., ..AV, .007.
Albright V Martin beg ta inform their manj
friendt and cii.tomcrs of the change in firm name
MARTIN & PERKINS,
The new firm hopes not only to tuitain the repu
tation of the old, but intends to male many improvement
in the manufacture of tobacco which
will be to the interest of our customer!. We will
devote tuerlal attention to our Natural I. eat
hrandf of Klntucly's best leaf. Thanking; jou
forpait favors and asking for a continuation ot
your trade, we rerniir Kenpecttully yours,
niia .V I'EKKINS.
Crab Orchard, Ky.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
Fiuellr.iss anilStrmj Hani! in Attendance from
July tst la Scpti'mbiT it. K.itc Rrcatly rtilnccil,
$2 per il.iy anil Sio jwr irk ami upward.
i IIOMASNKW.MAN, Manager;
J S C KIN'U, lloideut Supt.;
f 34I I) II 1 DMIbTGX, Clerk.
Tho UUVEnB GUIDE Is
lssuod Muroh and Sept.,
each Voor. It It an one?
o clopodia of UBeful
for all who
cbaso too luxuries or tho
noccsaltics of llfo. We
oan olotbo you and furnish you with
all tbo nocossary and unnocossary
appliances to rido, walk, dance, sleep,
eat, flsh, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at homo, and in various sizos,
stylos and qunntitios. Just figure out
what is required to do all thete things
COMFORTABLY, and you can malcoafair
cstimato of tho value of tho BUYERS'
OUIDE, which will be sent upon
rocelpt of 10 conts to pay postngo,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-114 llloblgau Avenue, Chicago, 111.
NEW! NEW! NEW
A CARD TO THE P30PLH OP LINCOLN COUNTY.
Of Lancaster, Kj'., have opened in the house formerly occupied by
Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Class Bakery, Restatirant and
California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything
in their line, such az Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of
Candie3, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try
their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come
and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Respectfully, SCHILLING & ZIMMER,
Wholesale and Retail.
A. Me FEY,
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY,
FANCY ARTICLES, 0.
I'iy lcunpre:r ptio.. accurately c m ur.ded.
THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE.
Kver lirmight to tHsu.irket I'r ' J rr th. n
the lowest Wat !ei, C e ik i . Je'ti rv He. !
iairci. ' u n'u rt notice an-' wirra.'te.'
SEW FURNITURE STORE !
iiKA'C'JK MT:ii'FMA', I'liKl',
1 aX fVV'Wi'Ti
SW. v TH?V.nJ..;...i' - - - -?- --n
Will keep constantly on hand z hrjp and setect Una of
andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods
can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will bo con-!
vinced that I sell lower than the lowesi.
60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES.
h ..yif sKraasijBvMQyMIBHflMHB3dE9hMl9VBIIIPI09IV'
QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE.
(Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.)
KAVOIUTK LINE IIK'I WKl.N TUT NOKTH AND SOU I'll
LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA'
IN jj -i HOURS.
Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily.
THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE
No. "7. -so. Daily. 3. No. j. No. 1. STATIONS.
Daily K. Sun. Daily. Daily.
lo 59 a in
I J 30 p in
1 J 50 p m
1 15 pin
3 03 ji m
6 jo p m
to 00 pin
817am 40JPI11 bcopri 75$jml.'ve Cincinnati ... A'tv 6 40a in' 6 ii pin 1035
9 51 a 111
S47pm 935pm .illiintovn ..I. c
7 a pin 1037 pm (iCGrictuuii
7 33 pin 11 t3 pin 10 15a in I.rviniou...
fi yi pin 1; .3 pin Danville
9 10 pm u.V'.'i in 11 25a in ..J 11 11. uun City.!
i o) m la 30 pin' .Smn:rit
.... 5 :j a m 315 pm1 0.ik.l.ile
CmiA1 Vr'v...Chatt.innog.t, .l.'ve
....I &30.1111. 6om iii,I.'v.. Cluttinoujin Ar'v
3 45 pm'ii 10 pm l.'vc. Ilirmiiiulia.
( .. UU 1 II. .J 40 .. n. .... . tl.l.lllif...,,.,.,..,,,,, 9 10 n m, 1 .w .. in
11 ..umi i.n.i. Av'.. l.ruli.in l.'i 1 .n n m in mum
........Ml...... J .'' 5 .". I". ... .."" " "" T " " " J ,""
I 6 3d a ml 9 30 a m Ar'v....'cw ()rlean.. .1. ve 91x1pm 500pm
'....'. 510am l.'vr. MM.ridiai Ar'v looopin
' 1 900.1m l.'vc l.iikion.,.....Ar,v ... 615pm
11 loam l.'ve.... VickWg..u. I 400pm
1 1 ijji.ni l.'w Mi'iuuc .S. 1003am
R 15 pm Ar'v....yhreveport.. 600 a m
I N. II. Train No. 9 Icavct Oakd.tlc at 5 25, A i, and arrive In Chattanooga at 9 oo,a i. No. 10 leave
Chattanooga at 5 00, 1'. M., and arrive! at Oakdale at 23.
j Mann lloudoir lluiTct bleeping Cark on all trains,
JOHN C.OAUI.T, General Manager, II. COLM1RAN, Oen'l I'rt. .V I'as. Ast.
, R. CARItOM., (ieneral .Superintendent.
1 (lencr.il Ofti. r, St. l'aul llu.Mng, Wci Kinrt'i Street, Cincinnati, (thn.
Uison Female Institute
hi.ine MhonJ for the lilpher cducntlnn of
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always on hand.
IN EFFECT MAY G, 1888.
No. 6. No, 4. No. 8.
Daily. Daily. Daily.
a in 6 00 m
5 13 " ni 8 30 a m 4 11 p m
4 10 11 111 7 n am 3: 08 p in
3 48 a 111 4 15 pm 7 00 a m'. p m
1 3S .1111 1 5 30 a 111' flop m
1 2$ .1 in 3 10 p nu 20 a in ioo p tn
1 oj . m 1 50 p nil ifi5 a m
9 55 pm 11 25 u in! I 7 25 a m
7 top rtf 900.1 11. 4 00 a m
11, jl. p in
2 15 pm
11 35 P m 3 30 a in
young women. Art. MnIc and I;lt4raV
lnai.l.fitul. Iijrlit "wnhliliiirniiil tulrl.m In I.lleraty liepsilitiimt nnd Miulf Ii 1 1 -" l"'
nctnltin fiiim Htitcinlicr till. June. Without initio i) W. gW fccnU forcntalogtioU)
g: S: As,ocinto Principals, RICHMOND, KY.