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'Semi-Weekly Interior Journr: j
Published Evory Tuesday and Fr day
a"When not o paid S2.60 vv'H e chargedTCn
K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. tn., returning
it 5:20 p.m. I
L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. I
Hail train going North
" " South '..'... 1 3i?n I
Express train " South
" " North
Local Freight North ..6591m
South. 5 tap m
The latter trains also carry passengers. j
The above it calculated on standard time. Solar
time i about jo minute faster i '
K. t J -K.
r; 1 vcnir
fuilness? and beauty,
Ayes s Hals Vigor
it cioanocs tho
rcsip. cures humors, j
and stimulates a
ra , 93 W. ttjfci
A. S. PRICE,
Office on Main street, over . 0. McUoberti'
Drug Store, Stanford.
R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S.
Office on Main street, opposite Ponraan House,
up stairs. Nitrous Oxide lias given for painless
"'"""""STANFORD, K ENTUCKV.
THE SHELTON HOUSE,
D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor,
Rowland, - - Kentucky.
First-class accommodations at reasonable rates.
Open d.iy and night. Sample room and gtod livery
in connection. 91-6111
I will give thaboe reward for the arrest and
convictiou of the thleTor thieves wuo DroKe open
.ind robbed my store at Rowland on the night of
Sept. 1 The goods that I can miss at present are
as follows; 1 suit of clothes, a blue Plaid mt a
coat, brown Plaid: 3 coats, blacjc small llaldjj
blue Plaid 4 or 5 pairs of pants all same price, 11
black shim, 6 white shuts, 6 black necktins. a
Mack straw hits, a Rents', watch
ohaini, 1 lady's wauli chain, ido., this chain is
short with a charm in the form of boo. ia sold
ringer rings, alt sues ISAAC HAMILTON
5 Rowland, Ky.
Farmers BanMTrnst Co.
OF STANFORD. KV.,
Is now fully organised aud ready for business with
Paid up Capital of - - $200,000.
Snrplus, . - - - 15,000.
SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL
BANK OK STANFORD,
Nowclosmc up) with the same assets and under
th same management.
By provision of its chatter, depositors are as
fully protected as are depositors in National
Bantcsfits shareholders being held Individually
liable to the extent ol the amount of their stoc
therein at the par value theroot, in addition to the
amouut invested in such It may net as
executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully us
an individual. . . . i
To those who entrusted th'ir business to us
while mnagiaB the Lincoln National Hank o
Stanford, we we hetc tender our many thanks and
trust tbey will continue to transact thotr
with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt
to sanuour twenty years, experience in
banking andas Iieraieccunii3uuuu. a...
with sound banking.
J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernou;
J.M. Hall, Stanford;
J. 3. Owsbjy, Stanford ;
&.J. Embry, Stanford;,
J.K. Lynn, Stanford;
A. Carpsuur, MUWgeville;
J. K.Haughman, Hustonville;
J. F. Cash, Stanford;
t ' William Geoch, Stanford, Ky.
"S.H. Shanks, President.
J B. Owsley, Cashier
V. M. Hright, Teller.
J. H. Haughinaa, General Hook Keeper.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF STANFORD, KY.
Capital Stock S200,000
Surplus " 16,500
Attention of the public is invited to the fact
National Hank in Stanford.
,?"il. .V; !;,os only sions of the National Bank Act '
eeured not only by tie capital
. , ,
!. ilia iiuuiiis r -
anfv rill 1 isv a lib m uv - - -.-.. 9
amount equal to the stock, so tnat laqamiw
"I'.a",VsTVt0tho . Uuited sutes . . govern-
he iii4itv v" 1 .! :....
uient and Jts assets are examineu ai aiajeu '
S?!Ii...7,,nt agents, thus securing addititonal
safety to depositors. .....
and This perfect institution, originally established as the
Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then
ed as the National Hank of Stanford in iW5 and
First National Bank of
Stanford in ibSi. has had practically an uninterrupted
existence of 31 years It Is better supplied
now with facilities for transacting business prompt
Iv and liberally than ever before in its long and
honorable career. Accounts of corporations,
firms and Individuals respectfully
The Directory of this Hank is composed 01
T, J. Foster, ofStanford;
Forestus Reid, Liucoln county;
J. V. Hayden, Stanford ;
S. H. Haughman, Lincoln;
M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon;
S. T. Harris, Lincoln;
J. S. Hocker. Stanfard;
G. A. Lackey, Lincoln;
T. P. Hill, Stanford;
W. G. Welch, Stanford.
V.'. P. Tate, Stanford
, ' OFFICERS:
f. S. Mocker? President;
j0haJ. McRob.ru. Caihier:
A. A.M.Klnniy Assistant Cashier
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TRAINING A HORSE.
Hints from nil I'.xpert Who lMuciitos but
Neer "nrruU" Horsoit.
A horse should never be deceived 1)V
words or action. When a rider or d iver
pulls the reins and says "whoa he
should mean it and stick to it. Cut to
cry "whoa," jerk tho reins and lash tho
horse tit the same time is confusing and
means nothing. It is quite common to
en,. li.,.l,' .,.!,.-.. it ..!.. I... 1.1 l
cxij tt iivn HI.-II ii, la uiuj iiueiuii'U iu
go slower, or when the horse has not
stirred a foot, to let him know of your
pre&once. One day when your life may
depend upon a "whoa" yon will find
that your horse is not stopped by it because
you have entirely played it out of
him. Speak always in a natural tono of
voice under all circumstance . Always
let your horse face tho object of his fear,
and when frightened remember the
slower you move your horse tho more
power you have over him. Thero are
times when letting a trot is almost
ns bad as letting him run away. Fear is
something a horseman should never ex-
hibit in his countenance or voice, as the
horse is a cloe observer and soon learns
to take advantage of such indication to
become careless of control, if not indeed
aggressive. Let your lesions be thorough,
but not very long. Be gentle and patient
with tho colt, but make the willful,
stubborn horse feel the full extent of
your power nntil ho submits. I
The way to educate a horse not to bo '
afraid of things is to get him used to '
them by bringing him into frequent con-'
tact with them. If the horse is afraid of I
the roport of firearms, just throw him
down and fire off n pistol over him.
Whenever he makes a motion to get tip, '
pull the strap that holds him down and
fire off tho pistol again. This can bo re-,
peated, and a lesson should hiat thirty or (
forty minutes. The nest day give him
another lesson, and in about threo days
the horse will pay no attention to the
charge of firearms. Another cause of
trouble is restiveness, which comes from ,
bad handling and from a too eager
position. It tells of a nervousness or impatience
which develops easily into a
multitude of vices, such as rearing, buck-'
iug, bolting, balking and even vicious-,
nes in shoeing when badly handled. I
Tho restive horso can easily 1 mado an '
inveterate balkor. It is difficult to euro .
when it becomes a confirmed vice. Gen-1
tleness and patient firmness of tho trainer l
must cure aud prevent. Many an ambitious
horse is ever ready to start unless !
ho has been taught never to start until
the word in given. It is easy to train tho
average horse not to stait unless tho
lines are drawn and tho wonl given. I
Horses are less to blame than drivers for
the habit of starting too soon. '
The siiroi.si.irx.. !
A red letter year in tho history of tho
onropshire sheep m America lolil is
proving to be. This fine mutton and
wool sheep is showing itself to be better '
adapted than any other for tho animal
the American fanner now wants in tho '
piesent state of the wool market. This
is a sheep that will give first of all a fino
and heavy mutton carcass and a good
fleece of wool as a secondary
if tF"iHkajj:rrrj"f' iv i v.'a
U iraHaP r"
Is - . .
-a: fct . v . ,jr
simoiNiimE riuzc vn.vNF.it.
Rams of this breed when they are first
class sometimes briug from JjOiJ to iJGOO
even in England. Tho Shropshire was
produced originally from a croes in England
of the Cotswold and a breed occupying
a great tract of land known as ilnrfo
Common. At first tho animals were
black faced, had heavy horns and fleeces
weighed alout two pounds. They have
been persistently improved by British
breeders till now they ara hornless, with
gray or dark spotted leg and faces, and
nre apparently as easily kept and fattened
as their ancestors of
The model Shropshire at present yields
a mutton carcass of from 0 to 120
ghs some 7 pound
superior to that of tho famed Southdown.
Tho wool belongs to the medium
or short length. It varies somewhat in
length in different specimens of the
It is certain that this grand sheep is
well adapted to tho cultivated farms of
every part of this country. -But whether
jt ... can . .rustl0' .. 0 lrge rttnye3 . where it
1 1 1 v i .t 1 0 j
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in severe weather or go witnou ,
mis not ueeu yet entirely proveu. it is
however richly worth u thorough trial,
us the Shropshire seems to be tho coming
bheep for tho American market. The
agricultural stations of tho coldest, j
fitates ought to tako the
in hand and test it thoroughly. ' i
The Conch Horse In I'rauce. l
Tho firbt government stable we visited
was at Autlien. Thero wero eleven
stallions kept here, nil very fino ones. I
Among them was the noted stallion Ear-ley,
for which tho owner was offered
$0,000 by an American importer last
year. Ho was sold to tho government
afterward for more money. This horso
made a record as a trotter last season of
4,000 yards in six minutes forty seconds,
or over 2 miles at tho rato of 2.50. He
weighs 1,150 pounds, very handsome,
with eight inches of bono in front. Ho
i3 a very fine Epecimeu of tho lighter
typo and stands at tho same low service
fee charged for all government stallions,
three dollars by the season. Cor.
American Cultiyator. .
srfsf ll )lnilsifaia sslsstti'
plajed at tilO ag
.,, rn ,,,. th,t h,t
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START THE SHOATS EARLY.
Siii;U"tlt,ns from o Mnii Wins Almtfl
Mukrt 3Iiiih)' on lli;.
One of my olil hobbies becomes dearer
to mo in proportion na it grows oltlor. I
nm euro it has a big money valuo that
has never been anything llko fully appreciated,
and if by touching on it now
I can be the means of putting money into
tho pockets of oven a few of tho many
who look to these columns every week
for ideal out of which eah can be evolved,
or if I can point tho way by which
some of them can, if they will, realize
fifty or sixty cents a bushel for a whole
lot of corn that they would otherwise
market at thirty or forty cents, your
space and their time will not bo taken
up in vain.
I allude to the subject of getting the
winter's output of fat hogs to fattening
right away utilizing to tho fullest every
oueof the iut hundred days, tho bo.it of
all the year for the purpose, and not relying
for gixxl results on tho old and
flintlike corn of last year or tho year before,
but on the green corn now growing
in the fields in full milk. If there is anything
on earth better to put promptly a
lean and hungry shoat, fevered, eonati
Dated and made so by an
alleged pasture of sunburned stubble,
alias grass, aud wallow water in a cou
dition of peaceful, prosperous, profitable
and smiling plumptitude than an unstinted
(mind, I Miy an unstinted) supply
of green corn with all its stalks, blade
and ears, nu.rning and evening, I have
never yet encountered it faco to face.
However. I have never known kucIi
shoatn to be retarded in their rapid pro
gress toward healthy obesity by having
a little that was fresh about noon time
Some good breeders think disturbing
their hogs in the middle of the day tc
induce them to eat at thitt time is not
altogether desirable; but they will not
eat more than they can digest, and all
thev will digest and assimilate is. 1 taki
it, about what they should have during
such an importuut period of their lives.
They will eat an astonishing quantit
of the fodder as well as ears, but by m
means all of it; all that they eat seems
to do them good, but if compelled to eat
more of the fodder by having un insufficiency
of corn they will not thrive .
fact, the stalks and blades alono not
the necessary fattening prop?
To feed not les than twice u day
as much as they will clean up the oars
from besides much of the fodder while
making mora work and being lee convenient
than giving a larger quantity at
once and not so fresh, pys well, as the
fresher it is at each feeding the greater
the nvidity and relish with whioh it u
At first blush it may poem to feeders
who have not tried it to Ira a recklaos
wnste of their immature new corn to
chop it down, wagon load after wagon
load, and dump it day after day before a
lot of swine that act for a time us if they
would never gat quite enough, but I am
free to say that whatever tho price of
hogs, or corn either, I have never
iz such satisfactory returns for any
oUlL'r cor 1 ul as from that planted
early and shoved right out to tho hogs iu
generous abundance, stalks and all, from
the time it was in fair "roasting ear."
This does not apply alone to late varieties
of field corn, but to early sweet corn,
Eoino of the lurger varieties of which
yield tremendously of fat wars rich aa
cream, with much fodder. A small
tract of fertile ground affords a great
deal of this sort of feed, because it can
be planted much more thickly than
would bo best with larger dent corns tlmt
are intended to stand iu the field until
None of this talk is intended as argument
against giving the hogs fed with
green corn some from the old crop; put
it whore they can get a it and eat all
they will, be it little or much. If convenient
to soften it by soaking so much
the letter; it cannot help doing them
good. The point I would make is, do
not fritter nway tho most valuable, the
golden months of all the year, because
you may be out of old corn and you
think the shunts will get alono; bomehow
in the "pasture" until the new corn is
for it is profitably potable to well
nigh "make" tho hogs before the season
for ripo corn, and nearby storms make
easy, quick fattening quite uncertain.
F. D. Coburu iu Breeders' Gazette.
l'oluts of Interest.
The best remedy for a butting ram is to
cut his head off. A light boaid tied over
his eyes, however, will in &omo cases btop
his mischief by hindering him from seeing
straight ahead of him.
The Poland China breed of hogs owes
much of its prominence in this country
to Mr. L. X. Bonbani, of Ohio.
A splendid herd of tho best Jersey
cows in America, gathered from all parts
of tho country, will furnish a competitive
milk and butter test at the World's
fair. It will be interesting to know
whether tho eastern or western Jersey
will tako tho prize.
Tho mo3t magnificent live stock over
exhibited in the country is being
riculturnl fairs this
el that it will pay
possible stock of
all kinds and make known that they
During the first seven months of thl3
year 1,112,07'J cattle wero slaughtered ut
Chicago, while were shipped
away to bo killed olsowhero. Tho best
grades of Kittle arriving at Chicago are
bought by the dressed beef men or aro
Put occasionally a little hard wood
ashes or finely powdered tobacco in tho
food of sheep. This kills tho internal
parasites which trouble this animal in
Sprung knees aro now very common
among horses otherwiso sound. Tho
cause is attributed to heavyweight shoes
nnd standing too long at a time in tho
"Good Birfimnllk and lincecd meal
will never fail, that'a wliat wo'ro mado
of rained ou the pail," is what a litter
of remarkably intelligent pigs is mjjdo
to say in Rural New Yorker. j
i;t: m.H -,&.
THE O., H. Ac D.
Through Car to Mnokinnw.
' The sleeping carsorsice over the C,
H ft D nl Michigan Ccntril btwvdii
Cincinnati ia l'oledo and Detroit and the lalry
' iiuik' of Mackinac ami the Northern Lake resorts
' has bei-n resumed for the reason These cars
leave Cincinnati csery evening xivpt Siturdny,
' at to o'clock, artiWnc at Mackinaw at 6 so tho
For rates, tickets, etc , rddr any t,., 11. -V 11
O McC'ormick general passenjiruni!
ticket agent, I).
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve
The best salve in the world fur cuts, bruises,
n... ,ii. .r tilt rhi.im. fevti sores, tetter, chap
ped hands, chilblains, corn and all Ui- erup
tlons and positivilv cures piles, or no pay reqmr
ed It isiruaranteed to Kivr perlett satulatlioe,
or money refunded Trite. 7$ cents pr
I'or sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky.
Guaranteed Curo for La Qrlppo.
We our advertised druguisl t" ! )'"
Dr. Ring's New Disiosery fur Consumption.
Coughs mid Colds, upon this condition II u
-tie with Li (inprxiard will use this
according to itneitions, gising it a fair trial
and espennce no benelit, ou may return the
and lime your money retundwl We make
this otfer because of the svondtrful mccpM of I)r
Km,sNw during last snon ep
i.'eniK. Have no cas in whieh it laiUd
lr it Til il bottles free at A. R Penny urn-,
store Large slse 50c and $1.
C,x d looks are moif tbun si in deep, dependms
i nahelth conditKitl of all the iUl organs. 1
tie liver be inartise you Hase a look, il
v ur sioumch be disordered ou have a
U)k and if be anectitl you has
pinthed look. Sturejowr health and you will
?,,- tood looki. Klectnc Hitlers is the great alterative
and tonic, atts directly oh these sital or-!.
Ciites turn; !.-s. Motel ts, boils and givos a
romi '" W.I at A. K Penny s
store, 50 en u ,cf bottte
When Bftuy was Mcls, wo gavo licr Caatorlo.
When she- svni a QillJ, slio cried for
sho became Jtlsa, sho clung to Caatorla.
When sho had Chi! 'run, alio gave tbetu Caatorla.
R. K. GENTIIY
I a Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln ccuni).
t to the action ol the Democratic prt.
m. x. 13. peny,
Ul5ce uth side M...11 airrtt, in office rectatly
.ri'ed Sr Dr. L K HutTiuan, Stanford, K).
mi. 1. b. coojv,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
nffiKom Drug Sfire Rtsideice
Janie. 11 0rt' oropftr t ike juaition ot Hustonville
au'l Danville pikc
DR. JOHN M. CRAIG,
SIANFORD. .-- - KENTUCKY
OfKc Hours: to to 11 a. .; 1 to j p m ; to
tUBe on Lancaster street, opposite eoatt house
Good Fasrm J&or Sal.
1 wish to ell privately w Kswsa of its Ar-
xinnicil mlNra rth of htojsjfutd, ..-., i !'-Danville
pike. WH lotto ptoanrr Ml tftottintf to
rrv on wishing to purctWM. Atsplytsi .
4.si J. iiKit.ni.
NOTICBTO THK.. ..
I htc opened is connection sa) Hotel. Hit
First-Class IJvery Stable,
And off, r the services cf it to the public Hr imI
nrw schKles and Iresh blotled horns make i")
st l I.' tompare with
The Eest in tho Country.
One tae a call.
I W. GRKKN, I'rot.tKtor
AL BURNS, MunaKr
TAXES I TAXES I ! -
OF LINCOLN COUNTY.
I am prepared toccllct you Uses for l&yi
1 base schuol tas to eulkicl tor u disliuts.
f.rr.ie prepared to pay nil at one time. I hope
tlist esery tax-payer will try to be first to settle
with me or one of my deputies ui: Richard M.
Ncwland, iaiuuilW. Slaiietoe.
J. N MENKFEE.
SherirT of Lincoln Ca.
is1 M&m mi
ri.,. tirui.As nltl ikores. slein diseases.
corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter
burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever It has
1 ...-J .. ,... :...... .UAt,il.r,i1 Kfili.f art inn 9n,t .
its propensity lor removing sorenes is
Numerous tostitnoiiuls will be securest and
will appear in this sco at a later date. Made
and so.d by ....,, ..
yViyr J. 11. IIIOOINS, htanfotd, Ky.
Now is the time to lay in yojr fuel for tho Winter
at cheap rater. Senljastothe
Laurel County Coal Association
A, Kv and order a Five Hundred;
500) HuslieTcar "i iiisii wv.. lu np coal ............
at mints for present delivery. 1'hia coal should
cost you a iraciiou over va u" w.u,
in car load lots.
John II. Castleman. A. f. Laaham
B AHBEE & CASTLEMAN
Commerce Building", Louisville.
Agents thrcuHhout the South.
W. A. TXIIBBLE, Local Agent,
,n -. .A. Wi,aVie. ir
Lot on Main Street fh Stanford
Contuiinn; 1 i-to acres.
crms easy F '.. WALTON, Stanford.
lAHl'n From mv1lnc nenr Stan-1
S'PO A I VA ) Or, a unail c)Mt old rd
Imiltr. with white p. t in frrehead and horns
pitching fur anl I will suti'f) any one tor her
return or for In! rmatmn furnished me at Crab
Orchard or W I' X alun, blaiifunt W. T
STor Salo I
Twenty Ifiulldinjj Iots
In the corpomte limits 0 Rowland.
86 M J DARST. ReAvhmt.
STANKOUD, K ,
JOSI2PII COFFEY. Pro'r.
1 his Hotel, renosated and rlurnishe!. is n.iw
in my charxc nd I intend to conduct it so as to
not onlv tiaiHtain m hie h reputation, but to add
tn its lone I' t ol frMnds Spvsial 1
tions for commercial travelers and fine rssauss lor .
the dlspkiy of sample.
A First-class Saloon I
And 111 I. LIAR Hand WOI. ROOMS attacked.
THE RILEY HOUSE,
K. U. ItlliSY, Proprietor,
London, - - - Kontucky. 1
t have inos cd to my new Hotel and am Wnei
prcparid than ever to aecomnxsdalf the public
1,000 i.ntr) aasl every ronsiHiief.ee de
sired. Give we a call
77 FRANK K1HEY. i
I'ihi are berrl y f r dlcn )o Sl in rr IrVe,
t miles West of vane- ur, , under ths penalties
nrcscrivrd lr tress-ass
so-tin Yosnit, Ky
ICE, ICE I
We will deliver K paeh n ornln as foTxiv.
Under 50 Founds 1 cents, over
CO and under 100 1 cent, over
100 s ol n, cent.
M. R ELKIN & CO.,
ti f LKbPI i- . r V
K.-WU ' i
Havi"!' itom ' n Tar vr ShT,' to the C im
mersia It ti ', I am ti' jand tj a. inioita 'a
dies -s wrll is in nyt'i.i g the) may
wish in niy line Lin! 'rt a . ln! i.ti fl
iiim JEbih UIOMI'M.V,
nC'i.inr lal II tet.
OLD EY. ROUTE
Newpott New A MitMs.ipni Vallty Co , "E. 1).
auia veatiuuien i rains 10
Baltimore, Now York,
All poi.it East and Scutheat.
Only one i.rit out from Lexioicton,
Corrected Time Card iu Effect May 1 8, iloj.
Fast Mall leaves l.uillietosi daily at 7 iC am.
Wn.cHw.terS ss. Mt. StorlW.u.Oliic Hill i o
Ashland u is pm, cailctoourx 11 so, arriving at
Huntington ta.jo pn
Limited Kspis leases Lfilutton lail at 6 it
pm, Winchester 700. .Ml Sterling 7 jo, Olive Hill
Aihland ioo Catlettsburt; to 43, arris In; at
?o, at 11 07 pm
Acrotuwudation, daily, rirctd Sunday, loaves
LexiiiKton at 5 t pm, V in. ht'Sler7 io, Sit. Sterling
7 4J arriving at Olive Hill at 10 pm.
Accommodation, dally exii'pt Sunday, leaves
Lexington at 11 onm, Winchester is so pm, Mt
SterlniK Iu5 pin. Daily leave Ollse Hill 641am'
Ashland 845 am, Catlltsluis 901, arrises Hunt
Ington 9 13 am.
Fast Moil loaves Huiitlnuton dally at 600 am,
Catlettsburgoac, Ashland A 37, Ollso Hill 8 Jo. Mt
Sterling 10 J7, N inchctter 11 os and arrises
at iao pin
Limited Expruis leaves Hiinilnjtun daily at I aa
pm, CathttsburK 1 39, Ashland 1 5. Olive Hill
301, Ml.MeilliiL 4 3, Wmehcslsr 4 s'jncl arrives
t ''110 .tr.pt Simdav, lease,
n,'"01,' ,m" "," M. si.rlhnr 6 . Winchester
7 15 and arrives at Lexinijluii at 8 05 am.
Accor.u odatlon daily leases Huntington at 6 35
pm, Catleltsburg 657. Ashland 7 10 and arnves at
Olive HillS 55 pm. Except Sunday leases Mt
Sterling at 1 ao pm, Winchester 1 55 und arrives a
LexinKtim at a 4S pm
Limited Vestibitled Express runs daily and las
Pullman Vesllbuled Huffct Sleepers between Louisville,
Lexington, Washington, New York and
Old rutin Comfort. This train Is made part of the
F. F. V.
East of HuntinRtun on the C. A- O. Route.
Fast Mail Trains run dally except Sunday
Lexington nnd Huntington, Make direct
connection at Huntington with C. .V O.: at Ash
land wiih S. V. R.J at Winchester with K. C. R.
It. north and south bound, and at Lexington with
L & N., L. S. nnd C , N. O. .V 1 . P. Railroads.
Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily
except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and
from K. C. points and at I.cxingtor. with L, A- N.
R. R. for Louisville.
Lexington nnd Mt. Sterling Accommodation
runs dally except Sunday, and mikes direct connection
at Winchester to nnd from. Mlddlrsbnr.
ough ami Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S.
Uy. for Louisville.
For full information in retard to rates, routes,
Ac , apply to any agent of tins or (.ounce ting Imcs
"Vl K. II U NTINOTON, C. L. HROWN,
V. P. and 0. M., G. P A.,
G W. HARNEY, W. S. HARRISON,
G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Aihland, Ky
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rnllnan VestibstM RurTet SUwptrs rrd Tt.ll
man lUrfct Chair Cars wi all trains thratri to
Chlesuro nithout chanc.
On sia the Mwwuand ;rt the I test for the lent
money. For information address
IAS. IIAKKBK. . V. A.. Chu tn
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.. .IF YOU AUK r.OINt.
Louiavutt ft nasMviLic n. It
Is the lirie for sou, as its
Double Zaily Trains
Mjtke ctoie iiniiritlora at
LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI
I'or all points
THROUf.H 1ICKKTS SOLD
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Qtiickesl time to Hlfrtslurf, tr.nklnlt K.
Rlchnsood, VIUOIMA a.i
(.lutskest lisx to
Solid Trains, hasraact cars, smoking csrs aid
eosrhrs. I'sil'ioun hui u irstwpers thr ih wa
sit chasuro lutlulln oa, If Mrr.d
ln direct cstuuet tiuns in route i r Kncs.
ville, Asheville, I yni.)it uranst mis to lht
At CSattatMKtga for Atlants. Colossi us, s i mil;
in, C isartcston, u(nU. Macon. r j
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I he only lire ruaniosr solid trains witl. ,h u
I' niinsK HiMtumr or Palace Slop')T Cars ti Ii.
s n iHe withovt csunkt lor aa) nsnf , cn
Se ma ..! Mrntiiomery. H intts.l.r Ii'iatjr,
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,IKNs witl.i ut oomibus tioatvr for i .'n estca
II istou, Austin,
TEXAS, MEXICO AKD CALIFORNIA.
THe nly thrnuh liae t' Ja. on anil i. l urj,
Sliss ,Sihrvep.'t La , maliiij dirst i. n i ti ns
wilh.snt u tratislrr I ,r ItU I . tt rih
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TEXAS, ARIZOHA, MEXICO, CALIFOnNI A.
l',r thruuifh rat.'S c, int mjtsand I
lnfiimatiun tall on At 1st Jun. ti.n I nv. Ky
oraddr.ss HtVNK W Wiiol I LY,
'liav lass Apt , Lean ,1. i h.r
I) Mil I FR D U EDWAKDS,
IralH M..er , b f ,kTA,
Renteeky Centra! R.R.
Tho Shortest and Quickest Houto from
Oontrftl Kotituclty to ivll points North
Kaat, Wt nnU Fas
Ijlno batWMttu I,oslui?ton nnd
THROUGH TR1N' CINCINNATI TO MID
DLLkHOKOUGH and JKLI.1C.
SCHEDULE IN irFFECT MAY i..,igji.
No 1. 1 No. s I V
Ex. Sun. Daily J I Ix -(.
Lvc Cincinnati ... 8 10 a ml S en p m. i jO p n
Lve Coviagton..., 8 18 a in J ol p in jopn
Lvo Falmouth...., o 4 a m 9 16 p ru 4 is p m
Arr Paris 11 is a m 10 33 p in o 10 p m
Air Lexinjion. . 11 10 p ffl 11 00 p 111 7 p ro
Lve Paris zi 15 am 1 Ss m
Arr Winchester.. it in p in Oj'JIl
Air Richmond. ., I 35 p m 7 35 p J
Arr Lancaster. ., 4 45 p m
Arr Stanford i IW m
Lve Rirhmend ... i 35 P nt
Arr Litington.... 3 IS tn
Lsc Mlddleslsoro 7 JSPtn
North-Hound. No. No. N'p.i
Lve Mlddlesboro 6 j a m S s g
l.ve Livingston 11 IS a in
Arr Richmond a sf a m u
Lve Stanford .. 7 00 a m
Lve Lancaster 7 So a in
Arr Richmond. o is a m
Lve Richmond.. la 46 p in 6 os a in
Arr Winchester, I 40 p m 6S5 a mi
Arr Pans 3J p m 7 45 am;
Lve Lexlugton .. a 00 p in 7 00 a in 3 45 P m
Lve Paris 45 p m 1 S3 a m 4 3 P m
Lve Falmouth... 4 10 p m 9 'J a ml 5 30 p m
Arr Covington... S 40 p m to 49 a in" 6 37 P ra
Arr Cincinnati... 5 so P in 1 10 ss a ml 6 45 p in
On theMaysville Hranch, No 10. leaves Paris at
755, am and No. la, at 615, p in, arriving at
Maysvilleat 1010, am, and 830, p m. No. n
leaves Mavsvillc at son m arrX,;,, Pa.i. ..
740, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at I 50 and
arrives at Paris at 4 :o, p m. These trains are
daily except Sunday. f
No. 1, dully to all points except Rowland Division,
which is daily except Sunday.
No, 1 runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati,
No, 1 runs dnlly
No s runs daily from all stations except the
Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday.
Np 3 daily except Sunday.
No 4 daily betNsein Cincinnati nnd Lexington
No. 43 Paris and Lexiogton Accommodation daily.
Leaves Lexington 10,00 a. m. Arrives Pans
10.45 a in
No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leases Cincinnati
$ 10 pm Arrises Fulmouth 705pm daily
No. 7 Leases Fnl mouth Coon in. Arrives Cincinnati
7 35 a m dally except Sunday.
No. a and rtrnuka counccitcns at Winchester for
points on the N. N. .V M. V. R'y, . D
...'. a cornea ihroiiijh cars from Cincinnatito
Middlesborough and Cumbtvland Gap and all
stations and runs daily.
W. I. MUNSON. Trar. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati
- ,1U.,i,u.,., A'lMORE,
Traflic Manager. Gen Pais. Agt,
General office, Louisville. Kv.
S. F. II. MORSE, UeiiM Pass'g'r Agi..
Office Chamber ol Commerce liuilding.Cinebnst,
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