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S PKIl YKAU, IN" ADVANOK
WW hen not so paid S3.50 will be charged."""'".
K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Train leaves Uowiand at 7:00 a.
at ,:. p. tn.
I K l!aiih im.ui, Hu.tontillc;
L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Mail train going North 1 1 3 a m
" South 116pm
Express train" South 1150pm
North .'. 3117 am
Local Freicht North 1,30am
' South SiSpro
The latter train also carry pa? sengers.
The above is calculated on standard time. Solar
time is about jo minutes faster
la Can f
tucky, s i' u in
r of 'lie S tie of Ken-1
i. rfr.iirr.itn party.
KffmP SURC HON DENTIST.
1 .trr. uvir W. n.
lir.. nr, M rficrcoieri
R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S.
Office on Main .tie ',
up stairs Nur '
1 .pnite Pnmaii lloase,
r.a. rfii'n fi painless
DR. W. B. PENNY,
Mice Suth sidf Main in recently
vacited Ur Ur. I.. K. lturTunn, Ky.
ALLKN ' F- ATWOOD
ALLEN & ATWOOD,
Rm. ESTATE HGEKTS.
Johnson City, Tonn.
WM.AYKKS KS.r, GlYENS
AYRE3 &' GlYENS.
Attorneys at Law,
327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky.
J AS G. Gl V EN'S
PIncvillc, - - Kewludcy.
Town Lot, Coil. Irm I'm'Hjr Lands bought
or sold on Commission. Correspondence
THE CQIWERCWL HOTEL
J. B OWENS, Manager,
Harroclsbury, - Kentucky.
1 have uken char,ii "I 'In p .polar hot-1
aud lUtcnd to run it 111 a class mai'i.er in etery
respect. It is !: 11 pjpered and pitiiiud Iron-,
top to bottom, thr 'wl iii " being ren.tatd and
Hwrvtliin? Junu t vleasant and
ablc'for gsiest.. The t. . shall never he
by hotels iu this semen. J. II. OWENS.
MT. VBRNON, KY.
This old and well-knots n riotel'is still maiatain
ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special
attention to the Unvoting public.
At. P. NEWCOMI1, Prop.,
Ml. Vernon, Ky,
Farmers Bankfi Trust Co.
OF STANFORD, KY ,
IsiioW fully or;amcd a id ready for with
Paid up Capital of - - S200.000.
Snrplu3, .-- - - 13,500.
SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL
HANK OK STANFORD,
(Now closing up) uith the same asseisaud under
the .imf management.
l!y provisions of its chatter, aepositor trt ma
fully protected as aiu depositor in N .Monti
Hanks, it sliarelio'd. is being held inditidiially
liable to the extern at the amuuut of their stock
therein .it the par talue theieot, in addition to the
amount intetcd in mi. b share.. It may act as
executor trustee, Ac, as f'llly us
To those ulio ted their buisiness to us
while m nag 1 ni,' inc Lincoln National Hank oi
Stanford, we we heie icntierour raanv thanks arid
trust they wilt . nntlnae to transact their bun nets
with us, offering a. 11 guarantee for prompt attention
to Hn, our twenty years' experience in
hanking and as M.rr.tt ceiuiHiodatious a are
with sound banking
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J. M II. ' -1 .11I .d:
J ', K.,'.lrrH:
S J. Kn'br', Slaufora ;
J K Ltnn Si.nt .rd:
A 1 L.ar'eui.'r. AIHIeuscMiie;
I 1 L mi., Minford ;
V. -II in '".ooch, SlH'.ford Kv.
S. II Shu ,-. Hi .let
J 1 O sley, Cit"hier.
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IF YOU WANT
AND A HAPPY COOK, USE
LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS
FARM AND TRADE ITEMS.
Corn sold in tlu llel'l in
Mercer : t
$1.97 a barrel.
I'lu' .Miiiuay Clipper reports sales of
!4 stock hosHt '..
I. s. Philip oM to A. K. Denny '.
marc mule colts at S0.
On slcv bought of John
Cash a jwir of nrnio work inuhm tor $:'2'i.
.1 II. Dunn sold to Kobinson, of
liairnr.l, 18 hotul fat ." cattle lit
Keller Thomas, a horseman, bonelit
1. Tnckcr'H place of -10 acres near Paris
s?17o per acre.
AT Nnmiellnv linncht of II. S.
Withers anil others a car-load of L'OO and
:!00-pound ho'js at .'IJ cts.
J. JJ. Hawkins st Co., sold to Dr. C. V.
Dale, of Woodford, l'JO head of sheep at
$3.75 per head. Jessamine Journal.
J. A. Harris & Sou &old to Kupenc
Lee, 2 car-loads of cattle at
4.10. J. M. Ueid sold s'une a couple of
car-loads of same at same price.
A consusof the fi'uit trees in Los Angeles
county, Cal., shows thcreare
Among the huge individual farms
h that owned by Mine. Modjoska.
James P. Tribble has sold to
1 Douglass 15 head of '2 cattle,
October delivery, at 3J. Dr. A11IU sold
to Pony Beazley, of -Garrard, his fine
gelding for ?.'!25. Richmond Register.
Nel?on broke the world's stallion
record at Kankakee, III., Sutnrduy, lowering
it from '2:V2 to '..Ml J. The race was-made
on a track, said to le
four seconds faster than the regular constructed
'Apples are remaikably scarce and
are being retailed by the hucksters at $1
per bushel. Irish potatoes are scarcer,
and there are but few in the hill and as
nmll as hen eggs. They are retailing at
3o cents per peck from the market wagons.
Green Morris paid $11,000 for Watter-
son hint May, and Saturday the same
liore sold for less than a third of that
sum. This shows how easy it is for
even an experienced horseman to get
fooled, and proves that luck is an important
fuctor in turf success.
F. Reid sold to Kuge ne Lee 2 car-loans
of cattle to bedeliveied
Nov. 1. at 4.10 and a car-load of 1,400-
prmuders, for Dec. 1 delivery at 4 cents.
Mr. Roid has bought in the last week 00
head of 1,100 to 1,200-pound cattle at
;;.3T to :u.
lunbry & Dunn sold on Thursday to
L. W. Hudson 11 mules at $HC. Robert
Nave, of this county, has sold to L. W.
Hudsou r0 extra nice mules at
$I1.. L. W. Hudson bought of Gentry
Bros , of Fayette, a load of extra heavy
city mules at $lSo per head; also a load
of good sugar mules at $U0; of Heard &
Caruthers, a load of smrar mules at $157.
50. Arch Fry Bold to Dass & Kimbrough,
of Missouri, one 10-months jack for
$025. Also one for $550. Etta
Latimer sold tosame parties a 10-months
old jack for $:500. Danville Advocate.
The Best Adveitlsing Medium.
Our senior and junior aietoo proud to
keep this nice letter sent to the latter,
all to themselves. 60 will divide it with
the public, withholding only the names.
Mr. Walton: Please accept
thanks for your prompt and most excellent
denial of that foolish announcement.
In the future if any one doubt-
the advantage of the I.ntkkior Joliinal
as an advertising medium refer him to
me. Letters of congratulation from live
States, totav nothing of various counties
in Keiituckv have been icceived and in
every instance the I. J. is mentioned as
source of information. May its banner
wave until its editor and his associate
are "bloated millionaires" and the free
aud uiiterrifiud democratic minority isan
all consuming majority, is the sincere
wish of Your Friend, X.
May yon be there to see that Recti
a d bis Force bill nre the iiist to be consumed.
Kkntccky Schools. Everv countv in
the State has white common schools.
The county having the smallest number
is Gallatin county, which has 22 (it is a
small county, however), and the county
having the greatest number of schools is
Pulaski lot). The other counties van-
bet ween these two extremes. There nre
only six in the State which have no colored
common echools, not one of which
has leported a sudicient number of
children to compose a school district,
20 pupils being the minimum.
These counties are Elliott, Jackeon, Leslie,
Letcher, Martin and Owsley. The
counties having the smallest number of
colored schools, one each, are Campbell,
Carter, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Magoffin
Menefee, Morgan, Perry, Rockcastle,
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I ii'jnuii nun 11 unc. 1 nu uuuiliv lltivillK
1 the laiget number of colored schools is
I Christian 52. The other counties having
colored common schools vary
twern these extiemes.
The prohibition convention, which
met in Georgetown on Monday and
nominated a candidate for Congress
adopted resolutions declaring for absolute
prohibition of the manufacture and
sale of These extreme
are doing more injury to the
r.uiM of practical temperance than all
other agencies combined. The only
practicable, sensible thing to do to limit
tho litjaor traffic to a minimum is high
license, and prohibition is the worst enemy
high license has. Fanaticism never
accomplished any permanent good in
the world, and prohibition is temperance
r.in mad, aud can never command tho
support oftho conservative classes who
m.ike up public opiuiou. Lex. Gazette.
DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY.
' The tailors strike is about over. They
have cone back to work for the same
Next Saturday will be a big day in
Danville, or at least a large crowd is expected.
A big circus and election to
vote on prohibition.
AH the churches joined in a union
temperance service at the 2d Presbyteri
an chinch Sunday night, in which all of
the ministers made brief addresses on
Hen II. Perkins, proprietor of the
Perkins House, has rented the Gilcher
Hotel and took possession Saturday. Mr.
Raridan, the former proprietor, goes to
Catlettsburg to take charge of a hotel
which he recently bought.
M. P. Sallee, one of our good cititens
and fanners, is dangerously sick at his
home near town with kidney trouble.
He lias a large number of friends and
relatives who pray for his early recovery.
Little Fred Grant, son of S. P. Grant, is
seriously ill with tlux.
There is being much interest taken
in the Young Men's Christian Association
meetings at the College chapel on
Sunday evenings. Young men of town,
as well as those connected witli the College,
are taking part in the services.
Col. L. F. Copelaud will deliver a-lecture
at the Opera House Tuesday
night, 30th. on "What's to Hinder?"
This lecture open? the season's lecture
courso. Everybody was well ploased
with his lecture last year and no doubt a
large crowd will greet him Tuesday eve.
.Mr. r. .Maninm Fold at nubile auc
tion Saturday his property on Main
street, known as the old Central Hotel,
to Mr. Tuttle, of Junction Cltv, for $:,
515. Mr. Maninni has been in the gro
cery business at this place for 15 years.
He came from Lexington to this plare
and will piobubly return to the stune
Well, it's time for women to draw a
halt, for they cannot appear like men,
it makes no dilTerouce how they do. I
say appear like men let's see, they wear
caps, coats, vests, shirts, collars and ties,
and some ''breeches," and what else is
there so far as dress is concerned ? These
are the styles tliis season. When will
the reform come? A change must take
place soon, one else we might get mixed.
An accident, which may result in a
death, happened in the office of Mac
Thurman's liverv stable Sunday morning.
While Tom Williams Frank Ma-
sonheimer nnd Hrsd Rogers vn playing
with n pistol, it was discharged,
the bullet entering Rogers' neck, cutting
his windpipe and lodging in his back
just benind the shoulder. The bullet
was extracted soon afterwards br a physician.
The pistol was in the hands of
Masonheimcr when discharged. Rogers
is a young man about Hi years old and a
s in of Charles Rogers.
A IVIIiic Clook.
Every one knows that cats can see in
tho dark, and the reason tlay can do so
is because o' the jieculiar construction
of their eyes. You may have noticed
that in a moderate light the pupil or
black part of pussy's eye is and of
an oval shape, while in 11 fall glare of
light it becomes narrow. Now in the
dark it expand to n circle and nearlv
fills the sunace of tho eyeball. Tltis peculiarity
of tlivs cnt's eyes is turned to
account in 11 curious manner by the
The Ablx .Hue relates that when he
was tiaveliuf in China lit asktd his
whut time it was. Tho man
went over ton cut that was quietly
in the ur.. and it eyes
told tl.e jibl.' that it was about two hours
after n-un. and on being questioned how
he knew that ho explained that tho pupils
of a car's eyes were largest in the
morning, and that they gradually grew
smaller as the light till thoy
reached their minimum at noon: that
then they began to widen ugmn. till at
night they once more became large.
The good abbe was filled with admiration
for the ingenuity of a Hople who
could use cats as clocks. But it mint be
admitted that this way of telling the
time of day is rather a loose one, and
could only be minted in very, very cleur
and serene weather, for temporary gloom
or the darknssa of a storm would sadly
derange your four footed clock and put
it all wrong. Exchange.
i:vtl Itiluiiil Antlrostl.
The island of Anticosti has always
hold an ovil reputation to mariners lying
close to the courso of navigation to tho
mouth of the St. Lawrence. Its long,
low shores were tho scene of many
wrecks, nnd tho sufferings of sailors
who succeeded in gaining tho land wero
grievous nnd terrible from the absence
of water and means of subsistence. Sinco
it has been properly lighted its dangers
have been prently diminished; but from
the fact of its desolate und lonely position
and its absence of population the
island has long been tho report of characters
who have fouud tliero a refugo
It is evident that of late years this
criminal population must have been
largely increased, for wo now hem that
the wreck of the Idaho has been taken
pos-i-ion of by a gang of pirates, upward
of 100 stiMiig, who have f et at defiance
the Cr.imdian cruiser Wuhclunn,
and that it hud boon necessary to wnd
The Finest on Earth
The Ciucinniii. Himilton .V Dayien R K is ,
the only line running Pullman's reflected Safet)
etib.iled Trains, with Chair, Parlcr bleepnt
dnd Dining Car servue hetwo?n Cincinnati, In
unapdis and Chicago and is the onl line run-lung
Thrcu,h Ktclini.iK Chair Cars btwen
Keoxuk. nnd Springfield, III. and sleeping
C ir Ctucin.iati tt Ma. kinan , and the
Only Direct Lino
Cincinnati, Isnr. Lima, Totato, De
troit, the Lake Region, and Canada.
'1 he road is one of the oldest in the State ot
Ohio nnd the onh line entering Cincinnati our .?
miles oi double track, and fromiu rust record can
more than as.ureits p.itron epeed, comfett sii'l
Ticket on sale esery where, and see that the
read C , II AD. either in or out of Cincinnati,
Indianapolis cr Toledo.
K. O McCORMICK.
General Pasenger and Ticket Agent
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Mlse in the world fr cuts, bruises,
sores, ukirs, salt rheum, feer sorei, tetter, crapped
hands, chilblains, .orn and all skit, erup
tlons and positively cure piles, or uo y requii
cd. It it guaranteed lu wise perfect satiafactix,
or money rctuaded I'n. S cents par bo.
I'or sale by A K. rennv. swnior".
The Mow DUcovory.
Vou hae heard your friend and neighbors
talking about il on may joureelf be one of the
many who know from per.on! enpenence jut
hew good a thing it is ll)ouhae eser tried it
jouareor.e of its staunch friends, because the
wonderful thing about It i wnen twice ghee a
trial Dr king's New Dlcoery net alter hods
11 nUroiit iK kuutt If vou have Used It
and should oe arMiclcd with a C'ugh. cold or any
throat, lung 1 r cheat iroulde. secure a bottle at
once and give it a fair trial It is guaranteed esery
time oe n.oney refunded Trial buttle tree at A
Tho First Stsp
Perhaps you are run down, iit'l eat. can't
sleep, can't think cant do o thine to your
and yu wonder what aila you. You
should heed the warning. "u are taking the first
step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve
tonic and KlecUK Hitlers )u will tind the exact
lemed) for restoring ywur nen.wis system to it
normal, heahhr tonditi.in. Surprising results
Mlnw the use of this Nerve I'cnn and Alterative
Your sptMHiie returns. tr:d digestion 1. restored
and the liter and Sidney resume healths action
Try a bottle Price jo .ent at A R Penny'
Boyle comity is in the throes of another
local option eoiitct. Not satistieil
wltt. ruining Danville as a bueiness
point, the cranks have dtenniud to extend
their prohibition light to the out
lying precincts and embrace the whole
county. Boyle county is getting to be
too pious for the rot of the State and
ought to set up a little
kingdom of its own Richuioml Register.
Do not Sutter any Longer
Knowing that a cough can be cheid in a dar
and the first stage of cosuasUa broken in .
week, we hr.b guarantee Dr Acker's inclih
Cough Remedy" and will refund the money to all
whobuy, take it a per direcuoa. and do not find
our statement correct. For S. le by A K. Pen
Our Very Boat Peoplo
Confirm our statement bss say thai Dr Ac k
er's Knglish Remedy 1 meters way .up nor to
any ana all other preparation for the thrust ami
lumrs. In whoopinc cough and croup, it 1 tsagic
and reliet es at once We offer you a s.imple !.n
tie free kememher this remedy is .id oa a
guarantee, at A K Penny v
Dr Acker'u English Pills
Are active, effective and pure lor sick head
ache, disorders! stout h, loss of appetite. ' a.l
complexion and biliousness, they have nestr been
eiiualeo estner in jmencaor anroan. i mw j
A R Penny. Druggist
That Torrlblo Cough
In the morning, hurried or diPUult
phlegm, tightness in the chet quickened
pulse, chilliness in the ewsniag or sweat st nigtit
all or any ef these thwes arc the first stages
uuon. Dr Unr'. Bnslish Couuh
dty will cure tljese fearful symptom, and
under a ihjsiUsc guarantee uy A. K. Pcnn
The First Symptoms or Death.
Tired feelmc.dull headache, pains in varinn
parts of the body, sinking at the pit ( Ue si 1.1
ar h loss of appetite, feserishnes., pimple or .ore
ur. 11 rMinvL' .idence of rationed b ood. Ni
matter how it became put.oned It must he purih. .1
to avoid death Dr Acker' Kticlish Illood I'.lisir
has never failed to remote .crjfulous or .tphilitu
Sold under poaitive'jruarantce at A R,
Judge (to colored witness, "And
when the prisoner struck you did you
retaliate?" Uncle .lacksing "Oh, no,
yonah hoiinh, I wouldn't do niishV like
.hat, sah: I Jes knocked him down."
Mlldri' Ntirve and I.le;r a'llls.
An ltn: ." hi rlsr.ii.r; Yl. on the
Use: in niuli a..i iow l 'l.f.uh tlio uorvet
A n'v rr..li l Thry ji n e in- tlllou.
r.en. I. i,l v.. ei p . ur.' ronstipa
turn .. a i '. H,. I, tn,. . a.ini ciiidr'ti
Rtri.ilW i. ri ,l,i . t, I ,;..,-. -o iceatt
Sample :rc. ut A It St
rii!It:rH lit r.llc.
i:t 1 i. in my In i.j . ss In
mcir.iliry, . (Mr.un m hn'ties m.il iu
A n ie '..i. .in u 'M.ee,avi
masof l. .Mure n. if I. ti, ,i ,,-s not
cirvo mo prtverly In ih .ui .. i!.i r 11 h i i
tie of lie.- il et mi . etc . n-in I. nu,
lie., Iieuil i . i tr , i:i :i s n H.u,
lata. i, tji.it im i -. r , .1 , iv r
tr.nud ti. eon ;i :ion. etc I .. i Hi. ski.
Ii iu.'ir i ml t.n ici i .1 v ir' ..Tii.'!
I'm- a I i!ii ii i ir .. , N h t it.- for
tho heart an I lima i. the iwt i . i.. ,i, s.,
vuntrintoe.l ,md ricoiumftidifil by A U IV:.ny'
Ait ain;orl;it;I llattcr.
Dr.iirpl' rcpnr' tli.it Hie s o
tin? Itctor.it e N'irviiie a food .u. .
meillciio or'-nstonishicg: idii j
they ( v;r Im.l. urliilt If irivi). iimviToul
tlf.ii in he.i tiirlie. nru,u.n.s ,e
sivuul iltll.ity. , poor moinorv.
diizlne... r --U. Unrsmi & '.. Tioy. N Y
Amtxrv H J. tr liy. of Ilult.e Creek. liph ; ('
It Wooduorti . A Co. l Tort Wayne. lnl , u ul
hundri'iU of oti.ers tnr ilmi they nrior turn
clletl nnv lueil.cuie wtticli mM so r.ipully. or
(,'3ve turli u..fartuiii Trml bollles of til i
trrn ..'"I book on NVrious liisuu.es
line at A It I, nnj's vttio guuraiilies und
rocon mni.il Ii
He "No sensible girl will ever accept
a widower's proposal." She "Why,
pray?" He "Ilecauso a man who can't
profit by oxpertence is certainly a fool."
When Baby w.t3 sick, wo gto her Castoria.
When Khe was a Child, she crlod for Castoria.
When bhtj bcimo 3Ilss, she cltind to Castoria.
When alio had Children, sho gave thutn Castoria.
A Hoon to Wivoa
Haviiiz used "Jlother Kriend," 1
he without It. Itisali.ion to wive ttho kno
thty muat pas. through the painful orde.it of
childbirth Mr. C. .M.b..re. Iowa. Wrte the
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tier majesty s sieamsuip coiuus troin ( parbcuiurs. Sold by all
Halifax to cope with them. It may bo -.
hoped that her operations will result in DRUNKENNESS -THE LIQUOR HAB
the complete breaking up of this gnng of T-In ,vl1 tne World thoro Is but ono
desperadoes, who coustituto u serious euro, Dr. HalnoaQoldon Spocltic.
He in be given ma cup of tea or coffee
In tlio nf votanlc
U.llli,tr IO 1110 itomn or ACSsClS lllUt may
lnc lnlaP oftlmpersou takintrit.rtTectinif a
be Cast upon the coast. London Stand- speedyand permanent cure, whether the patient
--' 1 1 a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreik
' Tnnusands of drunkards have been cured who
,. "L ,, , "t ,, have taken the GoldcnccSpecific in their coffee
I'dt CdStello, W'llO killed U.lpt. Urown without theirknowled.and theycan
. quit drinkinB of their own frre will. No harmful
tn . 1i;,.0 I,n.,,l ..iiT.n.r liim
Ollicei Was llllll,
Willie ail administration. Cures euar'
was Cleared at HicliniOnd Oil the ground anteed. Send for ctrculir and full particulars. Ad.
mio tiwaiv. "
d'cssin confidence Coiukn Co., i8
that it was tlCCldeiltal. Race Street. Cincinnati, O
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TUK RILEV 1I0USK.
F. U RILBV, Proprietor,
London, - - Kentucky.
I he m ,) r mv new Il'ltl and am hMicr
rcnartii than ever In arcomrintlai,. ,h ni.kl.r
poo I.iers aiiath.il aud every cnuveti eace dr ! ou
i.i.e me a call.
1 eric at.. I C rf.i
'I. har. us Rn em
. . nw .1 ,.. tm
C. A. BENEDICT & CO..
Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, :
Wells drille I n order and luruished at
factory prtews. w
I. M. 1SUUCE.
UTfBT, m Si m STABLE
SPKCIW. AlU.MI'iN t t'OMMKHCIAI.
travelers ami mi 'lOMhl and sold
OnlvfirM il... '1'i.eiAnl . t. i..l m
rnf nnn '
UAjPtCIFIC. Vc "xyU """Jry1
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Ono bos of f lumc tIH mIII snii' innnr
ilolluri In iloetor' bills. 'flicy am
jjieelatly prvpurcil ua is
and sjtippllv a itmit lonar foil. Tlio.r re.
inoio iiiilieultli.r urriiiiiiilntloiiM from
(lie hotly, itltlioiit tiutiaeii or u rip I us;.
Adupteil to joiiiijruml uld. U."io,
IMftliy linvo 'airieil ouo uuiid
ppr tiny by its ir.o
Scott's Kiiitilsitin is not a Bocret
remedy. It coiifnins tlio
ruj)ortiLa of tho
mill puio Xoiwogiun Cod
Livor Oil, tiio po'oncy of both
boin; li.r,roly inci easotl. It is used
by PhyhiciaiiH till oer tho v.oild.
PALATABLE AS WHLK.
Sold h'l ill Dnujulsts.
fm m mvi
Yor LOHTcryAILISO ytANHOOPt 1
sultLlr ..if.lll.it HOae la aaah
l. it.tltr rrcA 10 Stan ua r.r.ii.. r...i.i.. w.iT. ...'
K..S, .it.lui.lloa tad sravt. na:iJ(wal.4ir.! I
HJirss. CRIB iAtfOICAk CO.. BUFFALO 'h.VI "
Eer Of batrgar
im . r in t 1 1 aa
Cn " fVa'VaSyv
1 went)- mile the Mtortest I
MakiUK liir 1 1 une.ii'n. in Centra
I nit for
St 1 nun, Mi, lugati Point. ChUa;'
Drlivil, CUtelalid. II
Indtinatott and the West,
Canada, New Knvland,
New Vorlv, ISoston,
Washington. Bultimpre. Philadelphia.
Quickest time 10 Harr dtluirg, I'rankfort, K
Richmond, VIRGINIA Sh ri'st ann
(Quickest line to
solid 1 rains, nacgagi car, srroklne car and
con he. Pullman Ik uduir hletrs thrnimh wilt,
ilihange la C Saltan oga, Kirminxliaii, Mertd
an making direrl 1 onnec lions eti route Im Kiim
villc, A.hetilie, I.yiuhtii.ri; and points in the
GROCERY. RESTflURHHTl AV'(DJLI(rA,
Aiu IOKDINu HOL'SI
I na'e s lu'l Int. ,f 'itK 1
lions and (lie linr.i Cigars
ber thit 1 s, I! onlr t c.h
a t in i.n 11
keep at verv ir ..iia'iie
tae a call and le . onin eu ihat I I"
I IM J W L'AkRII K
At Chattanooga for Atlanta. Columbus, Wilmin;
ton, I harie.t 41, Augusta, Ma. on, JUtannah,
Brunswick, Lake City, 1 hotuassille and
I Kaa riMlc llesas rsietnlnes? susalsji taaisia u alls Isai. a
I ..., I I'uiiaaan liuujuir nr Palace SIctuhis Car tu jack-
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o you right
Memphi. nd Alt KANSAS punis
h:.oit aad out. ke.t In Annisun Si 'mi. Mo
bi'e Di.tct lonomifn. made at MCW tiK
I.F.ANS without omniSn. transfer for I tl'ton
TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA.
The only through line t" la k.nn nd i. asburg.
Jlisa . Mir. rt 1. ... ln.ll lli; ,.irr. t , nif tlnni
wilhiMM onui' ni trail. Irr f. i Dalla 1 . rt rth,
Au.ua San Aniiiiia, 1.1 I'.hi and p ini.m
tt rsiiit;. f - ifM . ml- t 41 . J I n,
ml lfnattl II I 'II III Airhl if I.. I.. It I. I US svma
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MENSTRUATION E MOST RAPID ROUTE
JSOOK TO YOMAN juntofits
BRADFIEIDREGUIA70RC0. ATLANTA OA.
svurur au etutusn
:R ! Ir ttmkfi
v;' lens an Hiv.uaiiTCriitAsar'v'
A NEW FAST MAIL
ii i. th
LOUI8VILLI3 A- CINCINNATI
Dail, No .i,, t. Travt.er. -
the fatte.t lime and R.it coaafoita e liains
I wee . all points in ih Vui.lh. or to Ike West aa '
St e.i lhsrrualerpaitofll.lt rau on a;,
trunk lines is denominates! Ike Limited Kspreis
I he .uperl. rolling .Hi- k w employ five patruci
I nlimiied Comtoti
ay Mi nn, vet Monon and stick to Mr e, il
y mi want Im sate money and hate a plca.ant i j
I ri.il infiii'i.ti ii, tune car. U. ma;.., i ,
rt . . I n i.i .-Vre..
W . I I I M,t p. , I ,,,.,, ic v.t
I V- It KKrk t, p A.l t... ! V
" W K M KOI.h Aki ,ta, mi
n" Kentucky GentralR.R.
"HIJ'K C5UASS WOU'TK. '
ThoShortortt nnd Qulckosit Houto from
Central Kentucky to nil points North
East, West and South-Wont Kant
Llnobotweun Lexington and Cincinnati.
S.CIli:DUl.r. IN KPKI.CT MA n, iyo
I No V. , No. 4 I No 6
South-Hound. I f.t v,ur,
I's Sua. ' Dsily
I. te Cincinnati . a 10 a m' I en p m ' )S ".
I.vc Covington. 8 il am I 09 p m 4 p m
I,vc Falmouth 9 44 a cv 9 17 p w 4 o3 p ro
Arr l'aii. . 11 10 a m 10 j p S 40 p m
Arr l.iviaglon. ii no p m 10 5J p in J ' "
I.vel'arTii . il so a a ....." J 5 45 p m
Arr Winchester... is 5 p m . .. 1 so p in
Arr Richmond.. 1 40 p a,.. 7 3n P m
Arr Lancaster... 1 11 p m
Arr Stanford... . s 10 p m I .
I v Richmond . 1 J p m
Arr Ilcrea J 05 pin
Arr l.ivmgtoo . . c to p m
Nn. j. So 1 -0
l.vc I.itmcston ... 5 00 a im ...
I.vc llerea 1015 am .....".....
Arr Richmond. ... it 41 a 01 .. .'.'.'.'.
Lvc Stanford ... j 00 am ,
Lie Lancaster . 745 a in
Arr I'ichmond.. 10 go a m
Lve Ktcliwond... 1 in p in 6 is am ,... ..
Arr Winchester j 00 p in 7 jc a m . ....
Arrl'ans. ... iio r m ;ii in ,""
Lve I.ciiugton t 05 pin 7 w a ni 3 45 p m
Lve Paris a so p in 8 53 a in 4 11 p m
Lte Falmouth.. . 4 u p m 9 13 a m! jiipn
Arr Cwvi.iijtoM. . 5 40 p m 10 35 a m 6 30 n ta
Arr Cincinnati 5 so p 111 10 15 a mj C 38 p m
Trains ?os. 11 and u run Sunday oly hrtweeti
CiiKiiiiiati and LesinKtoii, leuvm Cincinnati at
8n in , and nrriting at I.eningtoii at u in J.tr
l.exlnijtoii .it 1 40 p. m.and arrive at Cincinnati at
On the.Maystille llranch, No g, leaves Paris at
8 00, a in and No. n, at 545, p in, artivmg at
Maysville at 10 jj, a in, and 810, pin. No. 10
leaves Maysttllc at 5,15 a in, arriving at Paris at
740, am. No. 1 j leaves Maysville at I ;o and
arrives at Paris at 415. I in. These trains are
daily except Sunday,
No 1 runs dally Iron, l.esinstan to Cincinnati
No 43 leases Lcsington 10 00 am; arrises Paris
10 3 am; except Sunday
.u oitci.uiiiiiiiaii 5 10 niiiiarrites
7 10 pm ; cscci.t Sunday.
No. 7 leat es rnlinoiith 600 am; arrives Cincin
fati 7 am, except Sunday
Train Note. No. i runs daily between Lextng
ton nnd C.ncinnati. No 1 runs daily . hetweco
Cincinnati and I.tsititon
Nns aud 6 make connections at
lor points on the N N .V M. V. Uy
IMPORTANT Trains ol this line now arrive
at and depart from the Central Union Patsengci
Station Cincinnati, making connections for all
points North, Kait and West.
Through tickets and bigjrage checked to any
ilsiliniliAn rHfinridtl la is n i.iitaj.a.1
UvanuHiivii ivbiisii I' J an sail I UdU,
For full particulars address any agent ot the Co.
Vv. L MUNSON.'Irae Pass. Agt., Cincinnati.
S. F. II. MOKSK, Geu'l Pasi'g'r Agt.
hatij er o Co C'n "niati ()
f NEW SAW MILL,
O.a.ral and NERV0CB T)BIJ.ITy I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Soiner.
"esinewof of Errors i.riT..,.i Body and Mind, EJttU I e. pue, 7 miles Iruni Stanford iind am nrenarlT
Itiitcii. a oil. BaHH(Mu r.ll. It.,..,. a i ....... .M
tolii.ilsrianyklnil or LU.MUER. SHINtfLES
". triii ten me
.l .. . .
berat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers, filt
men trial. I'ostolli c, MAVWOOD, KV.
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