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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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when you want tlio liest
Willi Hit lurty jeara
! $k of unexamined uc
I (if coss In the ruro of
Liter Hlood Dlsuuvoa, you
can mako no
tnko In preferring
to any oilier. Tho
111 of moil
ern blooil incillelnoi,
. Ayer's Sarsaparilia
i j :'
,y&szs riJ lWj 13 still the most pop-Ek.
faS?t cr ilcniauil tlinn all
"Ajors Sarsaparilia Is nelllnc fusw
Iban cvit beforu. I nover hesitate to
leoomtnond It." OcorgoW. Whitman,
Drnpfi'st, Albany, lud.
"I am safo ln naylng that mynale.t of
Avcr's Sarsaparilia far excel thoso of
another, ami it clve tlioroiiRh
L. II. Hush, lien Moines, Iowa.
"Ayer's Sarsaparilia nmt Ayer's Tills
aro tho best hcIIIiik medicines In my
store. I can recommend them conscientiously."
O. ltlckliuus, l'harinaclst,
'"Vo havo sold Ayer's Sarsaparilia
icro for over thirty years and always
recommend It vrhon asked to name tho
best Y. T. McLeau,
Urugglst, Augusta, Ohio.
I have sold your medicines for tho
last seventeen years, and always keep
ihcm in stock, as they aro staples.
There is nothing so good for tho youth
Jul blood as Ayer's Sarsaparilia."
B. L. Parker, Fox Lake, "Wis.
"Ayer's Sarsaparilia rIvos tho best
satisfaction of any medicine I bavo in
stock. I recommend it, or, as the
Doctors sav, ' I prescribo it over tho
counter.' It never falls to meet tho
cases for which I recommend it, evon
the doctors' prescriptions hava
Tn of no avail." C. i Calhoun,
Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mass.
Trice $1 5 U bottles, 5. Worth J bottle.
I,BK 1'. HUFFMAN,
Stanhikd, - - Kbntclicv.
Office louth side Main, two doors above Depot St.
C. A. BENEDICT &.G0.,
"Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters,
Weill drilled to order and l'ump (nrnithed
factory prices. 30 I
SAW MILL FOR SALE !
A 1h J ..ui nl uud S took.
As I detreo leave Kentucky will ell M great
"jrifice a saw mill complete wuh Jo hore boilers
awf so hone tnslnc, a saw works, ox ing wag--is),
3 wagons i hurthoard, I spring
and harness .1 rolrs of tattle, j mulo. I horc.
irvht mill coinpleto ai.d tay farm of to acres of
iinn land well timiieicd. U.I II ell private!.
Ma wood, Ky. j
CAPT. FRANK D. RILE, PROPRIETOR.
Thoroughly Keuovated and RefnrnUhed. First.
cLiis Fare and Keaon i')lc Price. Day and eight
Trains arc met by I'olile t'oners, ul thit Popular
NEVVCOMB HOTEL. I
MT. VERNON. KY.
ThUulJ and Hotel I still maintaining '
us fine reputation. Charge reasonable.
attention to Ihr tr ivol'ng public
Jf. V XKWCOMU, Prop., 1
Mi. Vernon, Ky. 1
thee: most ,
Successful in Life I 1 '
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THE DAILY EXQUIRKr.
1 mo. 3 mot. 610. ' r
Sunday nufl M ftT'i fn
iHilly exevpt Sunday, i.a s.ij tix ! .
JOHN R. McLEAN, Publisher
V , '4' ,. .iirjt1 - ? . . " v mn
A gas Btovo has been invented (o rlvnl
tho liookcaso folding bod. It Is conccnled
in a handsome colonial clock case. .
Wiley Fletcher, of Irwin county, Ga.,
is tho proud owner of a fish lioou that
has been in constant uso
! A llttlo girl in Do Knlb county. Go., rejoices
in tliiMiorno of Susan Julia
Maria Savannah Sophia Elizabeth
Lady Bug Towers.
The first loconiotivo built In this
try was christened "Host Friend," mul
' Henry G. Itawortli, tho man who first
run it, is htill living.
A Fremhinan liaa brought out an invention
whereby anybody can play n
! piano without previous training, by
means of a crank and other devices.
Mm. Jnne Ilussly, who died lacking
but ono month of being a century old, at
I West Orange, N. J., had two bisters who
lived to tho ngeaof 100 and 101 years
years after the burial of
$19,000 by n Virginian a Ualthnoru woman
located tho spot in it dream, and
next tlay took two witness with her
nnd dug up tho coin.
Mr. Marquis, of Rearing Spring. Trigg
county. K, .. has just, in the course- of
ditch digging, como across eoiiic Indian
graves, in ono of which there is n
skeleton nearly eight feet long.
Every day that tho sun rises upon tho
American people- it wes an addition of
2,500,000 to the accumulation of wealth
in the United States, which ia equal to
one-third of tho daily accumulation of nil
mankind outsido tho United States.
An oiu leoKeriiasrecemiyoeenoroiigni
to light in Edinburgh. Scotland. It lie-
lonced to n merchant of the Sixteenth
century. At the top of the inside board
tho bookkeeper inscriled tho worth:
"God blis this buik and kcip me nnd it
'PKrt fi1 wt1ir4?jn f list ollti Trtti 1 I.i t
ntfmrriniF Jntnr.4t In e?nntUlr. oirv.lna 1
and preparations aro being mado to make i
careful observations. Tho totality in the ; u,v "'' l'.M" uiu iigurvs 01
States will be confined to the ,0U3 generals tf nil countries,
northwest, nnd will be longest continued Cut glasa otlorizers in diamond cutting,
in California. with heavy chased silver tojis, nre nmoiig
A novel electric railway has lecn com- ,ntl ncquhitions to the toilet table,
pleted. running from thoBhoro of Lake ' B,v pressing n silver button in tho center
Lucerne over a led cut in the solid rock I tho t0J I'lece n spray of cologne shoots
I to tho summit of tho Ihirgonstock, 1,830 ,roin n ciiasoct silver nozzle,
i feet up. It lias a gradient of from 32 to A comb of light amber shell. Mir-,
S3 per cent. The electricity is generated ' mountetl with a liordcr work of pearls
i by a water wheel in tho Rivor Aar. and diamonds, followed by n rim of
j Tho rashest election bet of the cam- small pearls and then n row or large
paign has just come to notice. The monds and pearls alternating, makes n
loser was to read every line in tho Sun-' handsome lady's hair ornnmenL
I day edition of a Kew York daily. He A rustic smokinir set In oxidized
commenced Ins task two days after elec -
tion, nnd expect to linLsh tho ioh hv
Christmas if his strength holds out.
Ilerr Rudolph Falh. the universal provider
in the matter of earthquakes, has
issued his annual budget of alarm. He
say3 that we aro to have plenty of earth
quakes next year, tho days upon which , The design for a magnificent clock relic
has fixed being March 17, April l.", cently executed Is In Oriental style, tho
May l.. Atljr. 11. Sont. 0. Oct. li-1 and I clock iimiwr mirmmintln" lho
Nov. S;5. I
English locomotive drivers are makimr i
a vigorous kick lecause the comiianies '
will not jirovido cabs on their engines to 1
shelter them from rain, snow nnd storm
The directors claim that tho cabs are ro
sponsible for many of tho railroad accidents
in tho United States, because they
obstruct the viow.
The meanest man in Kansas has been
found. He lives in Reno county, and in 1
writing to the treasurer of Sedgwick I
county ho used n Dostal card that had I
done fluty once before, spending nearly '
threo hours in effacing the ohl address. I
Kistninrk and niesniige. The postal is to j
framed and hung in tho treasurer's I
Sir. Edison has devised a doll with n'
mnll nlmnnnl. !c!,ln W.II.
when tiio haudlo ii turned. The i
graph is placed in a receptaclo within I
tne cuest oj tuc uoii nuu 1110 iianuie pro- ;
t mdes. When it is turned the words ap
pear to isMie from the doll s mouth. Ed I
tson has nlno tlnrlsttl n clock which un 1
nouuees the time by speaking.
Four teaspoons nre equal to ono tablespoon.
Soft butter the sizo of an cgy weigha
Ono pint of coffee "A" sugar weighs
One pint of lnt .brown sugar weighs
Two teacupn. Ion I. of granulated r,ugar
weigh one pound.
One quart of sifted flour, well heaped,
weighs one kjuih1.
One and one-third pints of powdeied
sugar weigh onoound.
One pint, heaped, of granulatel sugar
weighs fourteen ounces.
Two tablesnoonl'ulH of powdered
or Hour weigli one ounce.
Two teacups of soft buttor. well
packed, weigh ono pound.
Two teacups, well heaped, of colfee
"A" augr.r weigh one jiounu.
Two and one-half teacups, level, of the
bet.t brown mignr weigh one pound.
Two uud teacups, level,
of powdered sugar weigli one ixumd.
One tnblespoonful. wefl heaped, of
granulated colfco VA" or best brown
bugur equals one ounce. .
Teaspoons vary in sie, nnd tho new
ones hold about twice as much r.s the
old fashioned spoons of thirty years ugo,
A medium sized teaspoon contains 11
dram. The Consumers Journal.
THE INNER MAN.
Fried hominy is as necessary with roast
duck ns b an cxpeit to carvo "it.
Cranberry saueo differs from mercy in
that it should always be strained.
What nre called "health slices" is toast
soaked in beef blood and then fried.
Best authorities hold that quail should
never le split, but roasted "as a whole."
A seasonable discussion is whether
Rhode Inland or Vermont turkeys aro tho
A Brooklyn lakcr whoso name 13 Homo
very truthfully advertises "Homo mado
Apropos of cook books, tho cry Is "still
they come." mid ono is about us valuable
Tardy, ns usual, lnjceeping up with the
procesiion. Philadolphlans giro cheese
A Gorman professor holds that only
those who have to do manual labor require
meat for breakfast.
As n general thing, hotel buckwheat
cakes are a bort of Turkish rug in
uud quho as trying to digest.
NOVELTIES IN JEWELS.
Small pearls Imbedded in n
leaf, with a diamond stem, make u deli
cato lace pin.
An oddity for a powder box represents
a Chinese urn with leaf nnd roso
chasing on both sides.
A striped bass, Ix'.iutifiilly enameled
in natural colors and with diamond eyes,
makes an odd lace pin.
A minuto repeater recently seen has
an oioii face ntid gold dial, the figures of
which arc in red enamel.
Two cabbage leaves overlapping each
other in frosted and burnished finish
mako a uniipie cake basket.
Candelabra In Assyrian style, with five
lights, set in dragons' heads of oxidized
finish, are among tho latest novelties.
Very pretty is n lady's watch en uncled
on both tiides with violets nnd Hpmys
surrounding a Moral wreath.
An odd stamp box represents a
bear in oxidized silver, which, when
turned over, reveals thrco gold lined compartments.
Four clover leaves of three pearls each,
with n single pearl between each leaf nnd
n (diamond center, is the design of a
A silver clover leaf tray with fluted
lwrdcr and engraved Venetian center accompanies
an etched water pitcher in tho
fctylo of Louis XV.
A silver carving set for the holidays
consists of roast and game carvers combined
with a fish set in oxidized Aasyrlau
nnd Grecian styles.
An otld ring has five 6tones in nn English
setting, consisting of red, blue;
brown, . ennnry and collee colored dla
,no.n,H' tn j tlm. order namett.
A now en tmskct for tl; to holidays
represents n souaretray with n fluted
border in tho style of Louis XV. the
being in the form of two branches
bound together with twigs.
Silver ippcd corks, appropriately
labeled for tllO vurious kinds of wines
nntl Hlorn. are coming Into vogue. They
1 ver has a trav elaborately ornamented
wun emixnsoti ngurcs, mo iwn re-
celver nnd receptacles for clgare. cigarettes
and matches represent curled
vino leaves, while the alcohol lamp, in '
leaf design, is perched on a hroken
an liouri. who stands leaning forwnrd
holding niiart the iwrtieres nt the en-
trance to the harem. On either side of
i'"- ciook ure jnixiinieres. The entiro
work is of silver and gold. Jeweler's
THE WORLD'S GREAT FIRES.
Charhston, S, C. Feb. 17. 18.V). almost
Quebec.Canada, S.OO houses destroyed;
Stockton, Col., May 11,1931: lowest!-
mated nt $1,500,000.
Hrooklyti. N. Y.. Scjit. 0, 18-IS. 300
Portland. SU. .Inlv 4. 18(1: lrki wnn
,: : :.4Aiw'
Frutlorlckton. N. II.. Nov. 11, I80O,
nbo.ut a00 lJWing destroyed.
iNaniucuci. Jiam.. Jiuy ia, iio, uu
Jersey City, N. J.. July K0, 16M, 30'
factories and buildings destroved. !
Svrncuse.N. Y.. Nov. 8. I80O. about '
100 bull .It's destroyed; loss. 1.000.000.
Montreal. Canada, July b. ltJoJ, nbout !
1.000 lioitsrs destroyeth loss estimated nt
Nevada, Ccl., March IS, 1W1. nbout
200 buildings tlest roved; loss estimated at
Concord. N. II.. Aug. 21. t&T.O. greater
part of the business ortiiu of the town
rhiladelphia. Pa., Oct. 4. IKJ'J. nbout
52 biiihlinjp were destroyed: loss
til. Louis. Mo.. May 17, 15 blocks
of housi cud S:j steamboats: los estimated
Charleston. H. C, Anrll S7. V323. about
1,158 building were destroved; Una was
estimated nt 1.1)00.000.
Norfoll:, Va Jan. I, 1'7C. destroyed
bj' lire and the cannon ball' of tho
Pittsburg. Pa., April 10. 1845, alwtit
1,100 buildings wero destroyed: the loss
wiu estimatetl nt $10,000,000.
Albany. N. V.. Aug. 17, 1848, thero
wero 000 buildings, btcamboats, piers,
etc.. destroyed; loss. t?3,000,000.
Moscow, Russia, .Sept. 14, 1812, nlhout
80.800 hottscK were ucatroycd.'and tho
loss was estimated at 8140.000,000.
London. Kngland, Sept. 8, 1PC0. alwut
lil.OOO houses and public buildings wero
destroyed: 4U0 ucres were devastated.
Troy, N. ., Aug. 25, 1854, more than
1C0 houses and factories destroyed. On
the same day a large part of Milwaukee,
Wis., was destroyed.
Boston. Mass., Nov. 0. 187S. almut CO
acres were burned over, causing u loss of
800,000.000. Another large lire. Mny 00,
1873. dest myed uliout $l,fi00,00u worth of
San Francisco. Cal.. May ll. 1851. nliout
2.500 buildings were destroyed; loss.
83.500,000. Another large lire occurred
Juno 22. 1851. nbout 500 Imildlngs being
destroyed; lohS about $3,000,000.
Washington. D. C, Dec. 24. 1851, congressional
library, 85.000 volumes, with
works of art, destroyed. Dec. 15, 1830,
genornl postofllco and patent office, with
over 10,000 valuable models, drawings,
Chicago, Ills.. Oct. 8 nnd 0. 1871. about
125.000 jiooplo were rendered homeless
and over 20.000 habitations nnd business
places wero destroyed; the loss was estimated
nt $200,000,000: the area of tho
burned district wnsuliotit 1.600 ucres.
New Vork citv. N. V.. Die. 10. IS35.
about 5!W building were destroyed. Ir3
about Sl.VlXKi.UDO. The wiinul l!re was
July 3f). 18-1)1: about :: bulldiii " tvero
ilestniyi'il. l.rHnlinul .-J. "t vintner
fire oci'tiiTi'd nil I' m ll !I00
huildiiig v. ru I - . '.w.v.UO.
KASY TO ItK.VI). llAHll TO FOLLOW.
" Sock jKsaco and pursue It."
Ho cheerful. " A light heart lives lonjr."
" Worlt llko a rami, but don't be worked
Never despair. "Lost hopo is u futul
Spend less nervous energy each day than
Don't hurry. "Too swift arrives as tardy
as too slow "
Sleep and rest ulniml.mtly. Sleep Is
Avoid aimer and exeiteuieiit. A moment's
nngur may he fatal
Associate with healthy people. Health is
contagious as well us tlisejsc.
Doirtoverc.it, Don't starve. "Let your
moderation he known to till men."
Court the frwh ulr tiny and niuht. "Oh,
If you knew what was In Ilia ulr!"
Distanced In lho linos.
Wli) ihnulil Dr. I'iaro'x milelncot diiUiice
nil rompciiinrtiu smninil ol Mica, .i tiivy rc do-ins,
once tht'V atu thi: only mddiciiirh ld by
dniRuu of utich ndeffnl ciitalite
pruiicrtlcs a ts wnrrint thnr i(i.unifiicinrcr in
KiurAtilcelnc tl)rnitntiire the dico fnrwhlili
tlscy ari recoiiinit'iided. Vou net a ctirr 01 money
)wid for thiT.i rt tinned. Tlie Dectur' '(Snhlen
Medical l)n.nrry"i ure ;illdioatetetuied
hy drriiiijcmrnt of the liter, lliuune,
Indication or d)peiu; alto ill Mood, Kill nnd
sca1 dtvMe, tetter, t,rofiilou erc
nnd Kwcllinz J nd Mndrcd iiilmeul'..
Don't haL,li.il, and bUw, hlw, iliutlig
ever) Ixid), hut uo Dr rtuc Caurtli Itor.icdy
.Hid l.e cured
AIT ESTRAY I
A RKI) COW came to my houo but M and !
t!ll l here. Owier can et her hy vt) Iiik ft r hrr
Kfcpiuc nnd llii aiUi'ttUtmcnt.
MRS. I'AUl.INK HAYS,
O.IJ.M' ROBERTS, M.D.,
Ofli.c on I.ancjlrr Street, upx)ilc
Having removed to thi plate from Liberty, to
practice lil prolettion, call the altrntion of the
pub lie to the fact I hit he will be ready at all hour
day or nl(,'M to all in town or country.
Thirty )ri of III life were pent in Stanford and
he deeina n unueccatary to ipeal. ot hi ability a
a physician uud mrveon A ihare uf thu pairou
age o( the people of Stanford and vie nitv it atked
Photograph in all stylet and tires. Pictures in
India InV, Crayon and Water Colors. New
inl'rime and Mtti.it very low prices.
LAND FOR SALE.
100 acres on the Somerset and Crab Oorihard
road, half w.ij between the two place. Well of
good water at end cl inh Half c canvl and jo
acre in Kraut , gwia ouuei lor csiiht,
and sheep V l, WAI.I ACK.
CJ-II Datmcy. Ky.
Mountsiixi Lands !
t haw 400 acres, more orleit, nf Mountain, Coal
and Timber Labdt that 1 will sell at a bargain I
have a store room to rent for a furniture and undertaking,
hardware or tinnor's rstablithmcnt.
Thfeare jfootl for snilais. Kor further Informs
malum, wrue to C V MKICAI.F,
38 llaibourvilfe, Ky.
House and 25 Acres Land
Two miles South ol Sttnford on Neal's
Address me at Carlisle, Ky W, CItAtU
'mt'JO GHAH KOlT'l'K."
THE JJMUHItSl ANU yulUKtSI KUUIt
To mII I'ointt
FAST LINE BETWEEN
LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI.
SCIIKUUI.F. IN KITKCT MAY 10, 1MC.
No. 7. No. 4 j No t
V.x fjuu. Daily. I Ex. Sun.
I.ve .. 8 jo a m j p mi P
Lve Kalmotith 10 oj a in 9 jS p m J p m
I.vCynlliluna .. II at a ra 10 p m1 J P a
Art l'Jrl 11 40 m 10 J0 p m 5 'P
Arr I.etngton... yi p in ll io m ,0 P '"
I.ve Pans 11 S a n,i' iS V " S - P "
Arr Winchcter. is 3.; i mil J5 p m P m
Arr Uichmond.... on p m M P "
Arr Lancaster.... S f P ,n, - I
Arr bUnforil..;.. JV
I.vtTRIchinond '.. p m'..7. I
Arr Urea . 3 :o p m -
Arr Lexitislon.... 5 45 p in
No. 3, No 1. No. 5,
I.ve Livingston... S ui a in ,v .,.
I.Vc llcren... 10 15 a in ......... .u
Arr 11 4 a in .....m...
I.Ve Sunforii 7 so am ;.......
I.ve Lancaster ... 8 10 a ni
Arr KlclimonJ.... 11 00 a in J....:.
Lve KTchmond.... 1" 30 p m 6 50 a m
Arr Winchester., t S P ml M "
Arr Paris J V5 p m'g t$ a III
I.vc Lexiugton .. 3 00 p mi 7 35 a mi 3 00 p m
Lve Paris 3 40 p in 8 30 a m' 3 50 pm
Lve Cynthiana ... 4 06 p 111 9 or a ml 4 30 p m
Lve Falmouth-... 4 51 p m 10 03 a m spm
Arr Covinslon. .. 6 00 p 111 11 35 a m' 6 50 p m
On theaysville Hranch, N06. leaves Paris at
8 30, am and No. 11, at S to, p in, arriving a1
Mayiville at 10 jo, a m, and 740, p m. No, 10
leaves Maysville at 600, a in, arriving at Paris at
8 jo, am. No. ia leaves Maysrillc at 105 and
arrives at Paris nt 3 15, p in. These trains are
daily except Sunday.
No, 31 leaves Covington at 8 30 a ni. arrives at
Falmouth at 10 30 a mj Sunday only. No. 31
leaves Fuluiouih at 4 30 pm, arrives at Covington
at 630 p m; Sunday only. No. 15 leaves Lexington
7 15 p m, arrives Paris 7 J p m. No. 8 leaves
Covington j so p in, arrives Falmouth 7 ao p m.
No 7 leave Falmouth at j jo a m, arrives at Covington
at 7 50 a rn.
DAILY KXCKPT SUNDAY.
NOTK. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester,
Lexington and Cincinnati; other other
trains are daily except Sunday. MWI
Direct connection is made at Winchester (with
Chsapcale cV Ohio for Ml. Sterling, Ashland.
Huetincton, Charlestan, W. Va. and Lastern cities
FnS'I LINK. Nos, 3 and 4 run via
trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between
Cincinnati and Richmond, a., and, Winchester
Through tickets and baggage checked lo any
destination reached by a railroad.
For full particulars address any agent of the Co.
n. il uacon, s. i: . morse,
Traveling Pass'g'r Agt., Gen'l Pass g rAcl.,
Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky,
11,8. HUNTINGTON, Oeneral Manager.
QonOfflcoa. Covington, Kentucky.
COTTAGE FOR RENT ! I
My coiuite on Upper Mtn mreet, Stanford,
net to V. It. lli.'unu' residence. Abo the cut
ihrc next door, nnn occupied hy Mr. J. I'. Duvet
l'oeitou lo hrt luint'd itiven At an and tn
latter on Nov. utli. MKs. I.OTIIK IIOI Ml
73-lf Damllle, Ky
e.w. MtTCAt.r j IIWN
METOAL.P tfe HAYS.
ATTYS. AJ LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS.
ilAKIIOVKVII.I.r.aml PINF.VILI.P, KY
Will jTctlcc in any court in KaMern Kentucky
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talc. Inforimthn turmHtl any point run. - or
THE CiALT UOUSK,
THE LARGEST AND FINEST
HOTEL IN THE CITY.
RATES S'2.50 TO U PER DAY. ACCORDING
TURKISH A RUSSIAN IIATHS IN liniKU
I STANFORD, KY..
E. H. BTJRNSIDE, PROPRIETOR.
ThU old and Hotel alill niaintaint
it high reputation, and it Proprietor l ileterrnin.
eJ thai it ahaJI he tecoud to no conntry Hottl in
the Slate in in Kare, Appointment, or Attention
to hit , ljuel. lUggage conveed to and
from depot free of charge Special accommoda.
liont lo Commercial Travelcrt.
! XiO"3rr) &c 00.,
Kor Drug. Medicines, the famoti Srup 01 Klgs
and t ect your prescriptions prouipUy and correctly
hlleu at all hours, and to get juur ht.iple
Crocerlet, hue Cigars, Toilet Article. He. go lo
I.ojdA Co.McKinncy Dr J A WILLIAMS
will attend to our drug department; alto attend tn
the want uf the sick, night or d.i), In town nr
j TO THE CITIZENS 0F LINCOLN COUNTY.
I Having reienily eijuippcd a fine Koller Mill in
ihe town f Stanford that we defy any Mill to
1 equal in tuality of llour, we think the eitirens ol
the county snouid nave counir P'.1Je cnougn ic
and sustain the saBia. Y with lo
fialronue il may concern thai we are in the
market to buy our wheal and 10m and will always
give the highest market price far tame. We
have added some new machinery ta our corn meal
department and can now make meal In suit any
person It cannot be equalled by any other mill
in this xiclnlly We solicit a trial in our (lour and
meal department. All having grain in our line
for sale will pleate cail at the Mill, where our
agent will he found at sll timet, who will give the
hen prices for same. Ilran and shipttutT always
in stock. W. N POTTS,
aji tf Supt., Stanford Koller Mill Co
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
THROUGH TRUNK LINE.
SOUTH & WEST
RUL LB ANTRAL A CE CAIIS.
Mobile and Now Orleans, ywv
Newport News & Miss.Vallcy Co.
Only nut ihange u pclnt in
ARKANSAS & TEXAS.
Scekioi; hoinsoii the line nf this road will receive
Sprtial ra;s. '
tin. Comiwiiy for rais,routes
Ac,, or wiitc o
C. P. ATMOIIF. O. I. & T. A.,
Chesapeake & Ohio!
PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS.
To Washington, Richmond and
Old Point Comfort.
To Loulsvllo and Oinoiinnatl'
Conneclionsjdlrect for all points in the
WEST NORTH WEST AND
IN erKKCTNOV. 13, "87. Daily
Dally. Kx, Sun.
Lve Louisville. 00 p m 6 30 a m
Arr Lexington.. jj p in 11 jo a m
" White sulphur Springs,. 3 10 a m
" Chrlottsville:VMJunct, 10 p m 11 40 p m
" Kichmond. 00 p m 3 jo p m
" Newport News , 35 a m 6 35 P m
Old Point Comfort 00 a in 7 00 p ni
" Norfolk 40 a m 7 40 pm
" Washington 40 p m 8 X3 p m
" ll.iltimore . pm II 'sprn
" Philadelphia oo a m 1 on a in
" New York il to a m 6 .0 a m
Lexington Division Trains run by Central li me
Main LineTrains east of Huntington run by East
crn lime, which Is one hour faster than Central
ADDITIONAL 11, dally except
Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4:43 a in; Mt, Sterling
7 00 am; arrive Lexington 8 3J a m; arrive at
Cincinnati via Winchester 11 Jja m.
No. it, daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati
loop m; Lexington 535 p m; arrive Ml, Sterling
711 p m; Olive 11 111 910D m
No. 3, daily, leave Clifton Forge at 7 00 a tn;
Charleston 11 30 p m; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m;
Colnmbus 11 17 p m.
No. 6, daily feave Ashland 7 10 a m: arrive al
Charleston ilium; Clifton Forge 7 36 p tn
, Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains.
Old Dominion Steamships leave Norfork on Mon
dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Satur
daV at 6 30 p m for New York, '
For Tickets, Kales, Information, etc., apply to
Ickct office or address
W C. WICKIIAM, Oi-'l Pass. Ast
Receiver. H. W I'ULLKU,
r?eiTC IV1 -'
Jb, M .cS,
icjco iTWV I
'ii riAii 11 u u
wmi V i. nMIlStiiciinratlnn.wllhoiit
plon, Sunburn and
Tan. A few applications will render thf
most stuMiornl) red 'kin iofi, amooth and
white. Viola Oromu h not a paint or
iiowilcr tocovcr defect, hut n remedy to cure
it if miH'rior to nil other nreparatlons. and
is imrantofHl to ii va Ritlif,iction. At
or mulled for CO ernts, J'rctttrcd by
G. C. UITTTS'IOI Sc CJO.,
FirSaUat McRohciis A Sisfc'i, im fiin', Ky
GEO. A. K03IEK,
.i fi 4 llr."i ,! Vrw "Iron
M-W IOVK ' '"
Jtocke, UdiiilH Oihln. Pililtino and
lHU'CHf .s'H . CARltif.ll N M HC.S
P S .'nil mi prii iJtt ! ' t 6t IT
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O- 'ltl ..
A NliW FAST MAIL
I ig''s h
LOUISVILLU is OI.73:?NATI
THEMOSI'KA PI!) ROUTE
F.ver stieniptt J Uitnu I lit ,l tuninervts
citiel on the Ohio Kivrr in- Chictc. and henct
the fsttol lime nnd ! (f.itU'.U train b
Iwtcn all iUl.nl lie duulk, tn I. Ihr West and
Norlhoeti. I h ' ilu inn on si.
trunk line i A mi.tii II litli.u l.jprcw
The mocru rJlin. io. I wiiu jv purom
Unlimiltd I mnfon
itAi all ii-n ten iifti.. In he Sault
)nu xill hi..l uiir III.. L.u,4.x;u .uke -. y M
non. gtl M-non nrf 'I'V In II y. wart
to He mmiey i.Ht hi rtl' juiri.
V. I. .M.Cl.KN.ICk.
(Mcr.il !' ir Aei.l, Clin.4
City 1'kVci Agents awl Olnetrs
I. M. IIuimou, it; ih Ave.. I.oiiI1I, Ky
K. A .'. isnr.se. tif u.r .1 , Cirxiniuii, 'Inn
Tho Original Wins.
C. P. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop'r
M. A.Minmons Liter Medicine, Kst'd
!??; '? thf. U,.S Cou' J
J I. eilin, Prop'r A. Q. himmons Llv
"-. Lsl'd by Zcilln iJ.
M. A. h. L, M, his for 47 csrs
wrea iNniossTloN. IIILims.Niss
,ArrTiTR. Soik Stiimach, Ktc
I "" s si. neami, K.
IChurdi, Ailim,Tenn., iritc4i"l
,1 inn, ,nuui,i imic ucen ueail out
ur join ueuuine .u, A. Mm.
tnons L ver .Medicine. I have
1 had to (ubstllutii
"s ",S'eiln, atiifP for your Medl
1611 1 cine, out ti aon't answer the
Dr. I. l!.n.M Tl.
. tiu.,1 m.,.l:. 'r
T .., I ...,..,,,,,,,., .! .. .. 1. ..... n. .ciin. . . hits. .-
-'.'- ,.ki' vi iuuri.iver
Medicine, and he nscil lialfol it.
It woikaliko a charm, I want no
belt r Liver Hrirulalor and
no more of Zcillu'j mixture.
Thousands oi dollars worth of
chickens (lie every year from Cholera.
It is more fatal to chickens than
all diseases combined. But the
discovery ol rcmeuy mat pou'dreh
cures it has been made, and to be
of its efficacy only requires a
trial, a 50-cents bottle is eni ugh foj
one hundred chickens. It is
If, after using two-thirds of
t bottle, th6 biyer is not thoioughlv
satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken
Cholera, return it to the undei signed
and vo'ir money will be refunded
For sale by McKoUm .V Suigg, Stanford,
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