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9 4- ym utcnoro nmal Stanford, Ky August 0, 1887 B. O. WALiTOtJ. - UuHlnoBB Mftnfyror. I, A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mali ti.ln going Nona- .12 39 r.u. Boutn M13ir. m. dipitii ttalri" tolltb...... . 1 IS k. u i NorU 1 50 . m li calculated on iUnJrJ tlmt. Bolar i,r It j bout 20 mluuloi fastar . C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains lfto llowland at 5 and 7.20 a, m. iUtuttilUK', atrlveatCand 8:M r. M. LOCAL NOTICES. Tiik bet readr ujixeu paint, are to be hud at A. It. IVcnT'n. Abk your itroor for the Cincinnati Hi. Lin Co.'d cracker and cake. W atciiih and Jewelry repiirei on nhor jotke and Whrriinled by A. It. Penny. A coMPi.r.TK tork of jewelry, ImimI tyle. Kockford watclief a Kcialty. A, P.. Penny. Tm: firm of Penny & McAIUlrr having diatolvtil, the arcnuntn are ready for intnt. Come at once and fettle. You may earn cocl. PERSONAL. Mk. Mahy Dunn, of LiuUvilU, i if itiri Mr. Jauie Pixton MlMl.rii.A Dooitra, of Crab Orchard, ! visilini: MiMSa.br IIrtk. Mi Minnie Kdklin, of Lebiuon, in ith Mr. (ieoruB II. Hrnce. Mim Annie Jenninu, of Hi Looi, i the ktirat of Mm Lent Lackey, Mn L S Joxi:, of LitumiliV, .h at her father, Mr. J J WillUui'. Mil.. J. V. Al.caiiN in iieniling a few day with her parent nt .Somerset. Mi- KiiOBRNrxSiiFrrAiin and Ada Oaapcll, ol Ssuiet'fl, ire Tinitinc Mil" MiK de Itil.b. Ml Nancy Kaoii:'I, a lovely bru nettvof Vinrhler, lothe Riie't of Mir A nut Shank. Mm J. D Fokkwtek ami "n, are rpindin a few wtke iih the Mlrra IbiiVy. Col.. D. O Sl.AftilTEii and MIm I)jra II.ekor,of Diippini; Sptinj, p il Stanford a dyinc visit BaliirtUj. JoixiE J. H.TiNsi.KY.of Hirbiurrille, ia here on butinte fonntctrd with the Cumberland Valley Lund Co. J. A Hammonds ha been appo nted PDtini'er at the new dike of Hiibbh, in the IiriehtV School houre neighborhood Mk.. John Hl'oiianan, of Crab accouiptnteJ by her daughter, MIm Annie, ia in the city for a few dayf. Time Mn Jor. S. Giiimim and wife, of Elinbethtown, came up tjiturday lo Tiit ut hit mother'. Mr. CI. returned yesterday but Mr. Oritur will remain a week or two. Catt. Hiikiins Kellev ia back from Kana tn bnine, but will return cut month. He i not maahed on the State and think Kentucky ia Rood enough for anybody. Mimii J. W. Alcjiiv and J. 15 Pax-ton nolo Dripping Sprinc to-morrow to remain a week or two. I);. Peyton will join them, if arnured that the company there U aa plettanl aa on a former viait. Hrii friend will regret to learn that MIm Hobaon will not return to the cit raion Her health i bad and ihe haa ricjinmecdd Mim Carrlo Lee Mayte, who will ciuie highly rcoaimended. She i aild to be a line teacher, an excellent vo cilia', and a Methodia'.. Mux JfixiE Peaiii., eon and Mre. M. T, Craft, of London, were hire Sunday, i n routu to Piint Lick. The ptrty waa under the cbapernnace of Matter Joe Waltcn Craft, aa Gne a ppecimen of babyhood ia we bareerer rreo. It ia an honor we es teem to have anybody or anything named for u, but when a too partial parent namca lit firt born for u. and that it uch a aplendid looking little fellow, we feel fully a proud a ita father can b of him "LOCAL MATTfts7 We hate ne?er eeen the people o detrr mined that lawlewneaa ehall not gain another foothold in thia county. Lit the officer do their duty am! we are aure that they will be upheld with a atrong arm. Ax analgia of the Totea cat at the latt eUction ahowa that even if the 311) Foxitci go over lo the republicar a in the future, the democracy ia atill in the acendeocy in Lin coin, and don't j oil forget it. Having done their wore and given the county over for the time being lo the republicans, we hope tint they will now be satisfied and return to their first love It i reported that George Btephenson. accused of the murder cf Joe Whitley, passed up to Crab Orchard Saturday night. He, Tom Fish and Bill Cuon have all bten lurking in that vicinity, we learn, and they should be captured by all means. Why doea not Judge Vatinn get the governor to oiler a reward for the first twt? A determined man ssya if he in paid sum cienlly for theiiin he will land them ill itil before many dav. The demccratic party in Lincoln needs weeding out. No man should be counted a democrat who doea not vole the straight ticket every lime and no man should be cominited for any office whatsoever who has ever scratched a ticket. We have frequently seen men vote hb it suitB them against the pirty and at the next democratic convention are the biggest doga in it. Party line should ho drawn tighter and all who are not for in all the time Hbould be considered in all calculations an againit ua. We can give such to the enemy and then bet the balr off their heads. Ha ok wanted j T. H. Wnllon hie Ointnrcml Hotel, Liuiiville, Ivy., hdH reilnre I iU r to $1 00 per day. Airr.n Sipteuilier lit tie nunie of Kings Mountain Station pintufllcu will be "Kings Newn. For the last few diyn the atmosphere ha been a little rinre beanliln, but no rain of oncticnce han fallen yet. An excursion train will letve here each morning tills week for inn Klchmonl Filr at 7 oVIock, arriving a' 8 lb. Fare for the round trip Jl .15 The Controller of the Currency thought he might cttcli the banks napping by calling for a statement in Auguit, contrary to custom, but he f tile I ftr ai Lincaln county' three are concerned. Hotel -Mr. T L. eJiiMOii h atrin a large brick hotel built at Kjwlimd. Mr. Henry Hitightu in ha the brick work and he tells u thai it will reriu,r 111 0(0 IirinU Mew S II nndOtrMtd Tnompion bav thectrpjnter' work of the building. UuadleV got 65 vole le in this county than Morrow did a year ago ami still he carried it ovr Bjckner by 33 The result here a eUewhere shown that it wn n dem ocratic lo of vote by staying at home and otherwise, and not republican gain tlmt has reduce I the majority. The gentlemanly buines minacer of the Florence Washing Machine Co., Mr. H P. McAllister, tells us that his sales in this county have already reached to oyer 100 machine mid that the demand is growing. All who have tried it pronounce it a real etn it perfection. ITrjNn Mr. J C. King writes us that the lecture and Mcreopticou entertain uivnt advertised for Crb Orchard on the 4 th and h did not come cfl, owning to the breaking of the cylinder of tne machine and tl.eccnr!Uent orcpe of the ga. It will In given, however, next Friday and .Saturday nights. The Hicbmond lltgitttr hits at us thus Lineoln county i either unfortunate or her democratic leaders are n l, blundering set. Two year ago they allowed that hn'f lunatic and blatherskite Itihbitt to be elect! over a good democrat and n w permit themielves to be hoodtimied by an out-and out republican. The new Prebyierian church is going up right a!ong(and (he contnetors tell us thai it will be ready for occupancy in October The main room will be with a '.'0 foot celling and the lecture and Sunday school room 30x3S with 10 foot ceiling. The spire will be 70 feet high and the building when completed will be the nicest in this section. The Kentucky Csotral advertises an ex c uiion to Niagara Falls Tuesday, August 'J3J. Ticket will be good on the regular morning trains cf that day, which will con ne:t with n special train at Cincinnati, leaving there at 1 o'olock and arriving at the Falls next morning at 7 without change. Tickets g03d to return on any train on the jV.b. Fare for the round-trip from here and as far a Hichmond $10 Iniieiuted. We have it from good authority that the father of the negro, Hob Logan, who I in itil for burglary, and who evidently intended to ravish Mrs. Hurkctt, who thwArted hi purpose by well-directed pistol s iot, was burned at the stake in Anderson county, Missouri, for murdering t vn little children in revenge for some fan c ed in) iry their father had done him. After the deed he threw their"b3dies in a sink hole and when they were discovered and th. crime fixed upjn him a nob made short work of him by burning him as stated above I I MM I Takinu it f r granted that the ticket got about the same vote as their beads we did not give tbe vote entire, but looking over the books in this county since we find that while Bradley beat Buckner 35, Bry-an tied O'Doherty, ilardin beat Wood 2; Hewitt lead Davis 0; Tate got the same number more thtn Purytar, Pickett beat Fembtrton 7, while old man Corbitt received the higheil demccratic vote in the county, 1183, which waa 8 more than TinOey, Jude Fox ncsived 319 votes. None of the rest of his ticket received over 310, while Harbee who came here and spoke only got 313, SlNiiULAK. Mr. Alex. Martin showed us the remnant o' a nfckel Saturday and gaye this remarkable history of it: Last March one ot his children waa feeding an old hen with grain of corn from his hand and (or fun ofiered her 'a nickle. She swallowed the money with the same avidity as the corn and the surprised child made futile attempt to mike her disgorge The hen went on abjut her buslnes, laid tbe usual quota of eggs, then went to sitting, hatched out a brood of chicken) and riiied them. This duty perform )d she bajan to lay again and in due time gU into the setting humor for the aecond time. Mr. Martin thought that wa too much of a good thing, bo she fastened tho hen up for a few daya to get her out of the notion. Then she turned her loose and the hen to get even with her pounced upon Borne newly planted seed in tbe garden and" ate them up. It was Mrs. Martin's time to get even now and she did bo by having the hen caught and killed. In preparing her for the table her gixzird was opened and lo aod behold the nickle, swallowed nearly f uir month before w.ib found therein. It bad worn to half Its thickness by the oper ition of tho gravel and wa reduced In size almost to n three cent piece. If anybody double this true Btory the nickle and Alex'd word ought to convince the most sceptlctl. Two whisky horses were lodged in jail Friday, George Roger on a line of $150 Imposed in three for telling whisky at King. Mountain und W. M. Rowland $50 in one cise. S'luire Singleton slapped the dobblrn to theui in exuclly the way to ntop the infamoti traffis liuiiciLAiLS entered the house of Mr. John S. Huhe S lnday night, but only sticcejd ed in getting oir with an overcoat. It is suppoed that they were after the money that he brought up from the Springs, but Mr. tin? he had fixed that so that a regi ment coul I not have gotten It. Accident -As Messrs. J. M. Wray and J. M. Cowan were coming to town yesterday morning their horse got frightened just beyond the bridge over the St. Asaph on the Iluslonville pike and dashing of overturn-tic vehicle down the embankment. Ctpt. Cow.m fell oil as it started down and wae rjiitlltile hurt, but Mr Wray wn thrown with great violence to the bottom and ap pear seriously hurt about the spine. Dr. Peyton was called and pronounced it a case of coucussion of the spine and lungs He was resting easr at last accounts and it is hoped that the accident is not so serious as suppod. The denth of Jacob Busll, in Fentress county, Teunesiee, uncovers uiucb of hie lifd'rf history and shows him either in the light of an unscrupulous man or the victim of a designing woman, in whose web he was caught. He cmiik to this county from Michigan about four years ago for his hetlth and haw since lived here most of the time with the woman, although ho had a wife and fiuiily in the Slate named. Their attorney, Mr. W. L. Joaks, is now here looking after his (fleets anl in our next issue no will give a full Lictory of Mr. Huell and tbe Curtis woman, with whom he liyed in concubinage. RELIOIUUS. Brother Iijrnes lias been invited to come to Lexington an I ue Louis Kimsey's pavilion for his It will bold -,-000 people. K'der Moore, of Horse Cave, will he-gin a protracted meeting to-morrow, Wed nesday night, at Jtush Branch. Preaching at 10.30 in the morning and 7 at night till further notice. The meeting at Somerset church, this county, held by E der C. P. Williamfon, of Richmond, closed Saturday night with 21 addition -22 baptism and one by letter. Sterling Sentinel. Since the death of President Taylor an address has been issued slating that the duty and responsibility of presiding over and directing the affairs of the Mormon church devolves upon the 12 apostle. Kev. P. Q E som writes that he is enjoying a visit to bis old home in Nelson county, Va., but expects to hi back by the 4lb Sunday, when he hopes all his mem be re will greet him at the "Biptlst church." Deacon George White, of Ssymour, Indiana, was recently expelled from the church for declaring his belief that tbe world Is 1,000000 years old and that it is likely to stand for another 1,000,000 before the judgment day comes In the same pew iu church at Des Moine, Iowa, sit each Sabbath day two women, one of is the widow of four ministers, the other tbe widow of three ministers. It is not often that two get away with seven but tbe race is not always to the swift cor the battle to the strong. LANOTSTOCK AND CROP Mr. Lorg sold a lot of 150 Iior st cent. September whest it worth 08 in Adam Pence scld to J. II. McAIUler 50 ewe at $'J 50. Jim Herring eold to Tom Wood 40 head, about 1,400-lb., at 3J. Len Hudson eold to lien Kobinson GO cattle, 1,557 pounds, 10 at 3A and the rest at 3 Uarrion i the winning jocker of the ie:son up to date, ile has riddnn 104 races and won 41. J II, Ibgle, of East Hickman, sold to Louis lUmeejr, of Lsiiogton, 2S steers and heifer at '1 and 3 cent. Jessamine Journal, H. P. Montgomery, of Scott county, sold last week to John W, Bell, of Shelby-ville, '25 Southdown bucks at $7,25 per head. S, II Callaway, of Henry county, refused $30 per hundred for 4 hogsheads of his tobacco. He has S acres in this season and It is in good fix. The Lilonia Stock Show, the biggest of them all, begins August 231 and hsts till the 27. Secretary E C. Hopper has our thank for courtesies, Brrns & Jurey shipped from this place during the month of July 35,000 bushels of wheat, for tbe most of which they piid 75 cents a bushel.-Midway Clipper. Lehman bought of Diva Johnson 30 extra cattle at 4 cent. B3b and L, Logan sold to same their lot at same price. Same party bought 250 head in alt in that section. At a sale of Shorthorn cattlo made at Lincoln, Neb , by V. E Simnis, of Kentucky, 15 bulls brought him the average of $71 70, and 17 cow and heifera $109.10 per head, Joe Waters' rice mare was much admired at the Danville fair as was Joe's fine driving. She did not take the blue, nor Is she as fleet nt Maud S., but like the little she maneges to get there all tbe same. We bear of a crop of tobacco in an adjoining county that was eold at 25 cents per hundred. The purchaser shipped it to Cincinnati and sold it for $12.50 per hundred, mukiu;; 5,000 per cent, Paris Willi m Dyci" wi rnnnl'Txl nuar Like-ton, ti h'lflv f jimil in iiri(lerbruh ( i l. I'tie 'ici'iiy i nntoriou 'or ir. The 1 's by the W'lillev fire in London I rii mated at frnia $1 500,000 to $2,500,-000. bodis luve been taken from the ruin unl li i that four more are hurled M tllVKKTIHKMKHlK. IS.1IVK NTOCK ! Fifty Shares of Farmers National Bank of Stanford ior Sale. I will tell the store itock before the Court-borne lnor lu StanlorJ, County Court dy, Sept. 5th, l&7. ,. I'. NMjI.KF. Administrator JUctiel Jo ecu, Jh'J, ITO. 1705. REPORT OF THE CONDITION The Farmers National Bank -.VT In the Htnto of Kentucky, at tho Close of business August 1, 1887. keso unci:s. Ixmih and I18,38T "fi Overilrafts 3.2S3 30 U.miondi to secure circulation, . 59,000 00 Other tocks, bond anl mortgages 2,b00 00 Hue from approved refer agents 6,29 52 Due from other National Banks 8,073 OC Ileal estate, furniture and fixture 7,0(0 00 Current eipenfes and taxes paid Q& 02 Premiums paid 1,571 71 llllli of other Hanks 1,2.0 00 I'raitlonal mpr currency, nkkcls and cents 62 V) spwie J.V00 00 If nder notes I.JOO 00 KcdemptioH fund with U. ;. Treasurer (5 per cnt of circulation) 2,240 05 Total SIJ7.6IB 62 LIABILITIES. CspiUl I lock paid la ?00,00M 00 Surplus I'uikI '. 79,000 00 Undivided profits ', 71 National Hank Notes outstanding 45,000 00 Individual drposlls subject to check 111,331 SO Iu toother Natlraal Hank w.l :0 Due to SUte Ranks aod Bankers 7.S 52 Total flS7,8l S2 STATK nr KI'.NTtTKY, 1 County of Mir.iIu. ' I, Jno. II. Owfley, Cashier of theatove named Rank, dn wjletiinlr wear that the above Matrmeut it true to tliv lwt of my Lrtowltilu ami lfllcf. JNO. II. OWSLLV, Cashier and sworn to belor me thl 6th dav ol u.. iwl. tv.M. hit Kill r,N.I. L.t itrre i anest . H..ll.tNK, ) J. J. WILLIAM, VD1 rwtors. J. h OtVSLKY, J jfcTO. 2788. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK HTANKOni), At Stanford, In tho Stato of Kentucky, nt Close of BuBinesi, August 1, 1837. It ESOUltCES. Loaus and Discounts 5 319,257 89 Overdrafts 3,:r,5 85 V. 5s. Itonds to tecu re circulation 60,000 00 Other stock, lond, mid mortgages 47,200 00 Duo from approved reserve agents 7,09) 25 Due from other National Hanks ... 0,950 2S Due from Stato Hanks and Hankers 1,572 92 Ilral Estate, furniture and fixtures S.90O 00 Current expense and taxes paid 433 GO rrcinlums paid 9,000 CO Checks and other rash Items 1,397 i: I'raitlonal paper currency, nl.kels and cents 12 15 Specie 3.970 00 Legal tender notes 7,418 00 Hedcuiptlou fund wltn U. i. Treasurer (3 per cent, of cliculatlouj 2,250 00 Total ..M69 32I 80 LIABILITIES. Capital Mock paid In S250.000 00 Surplus Fund 11,000 00 Undivided profits 2,645 95 National Hank Notes outstanding. 45,000 00 Individual Deposits subject to check 111,031 03 Due to other National Hunks 9,559 70 Due to State Hanks and Bankers 67 62 Notes and bills re-discounted 10,003 00 Total 5309,324 36 STATE OK KENTUCKY,! County of Lincoln, ) I, Juo. J. Mcl'obertJ, Cashier of above named kink do solemnly swear that tha abovo statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Jlur. j. acuuuttUB, uasnter. Sulcrltd and sworn to More me this 6lh day ol Aug., lsS7. W. M. HHKiHT.N. P. L. C. Corrkct Attest W. O. Wrlcii. I). W. Vi.NDKVHKa, Directors. V. P.Tatk. 2STO. 29X7. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Ol' T1IK National Bank of Hustonville. Ia tho Stnto oT Kentucky, at the close of Business, August 1, 1887. itEsoi" ucks. Loans and discounts .. (82,521 S6 Overdrafts 1,913 85 U S.Honds to secure Circulation 12,500 03 Due from approved rerve agents 3,562 96 Due from other National Banks C.1S7 SI Due from Ktate Banks and Bankers 177 CS Ke.il L'state, Furniture and fixtures 1,500 00 Current expenses and taxes paid. 40 IS Premiums pild 3,312 50 Checks and other cash items 726 80 Hills of other Hanks 815 CO Fractional paper currency, nlckles and cent" 1 02 Sxie 1,855 8 Legal-tender notes 2 00) 00 Iledemptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer l5erceut. of circulation) 562 50 Total J120.7C9 16 LI A II I LIT I US. Capital Stock paid In J50.00O 00 Surplus fund 8.000 00 Undivided profit 2,162 9. National Hank notes outstanding 11,250 O0 Individual Deposits subject to check 52,176 13 Total 12),-09 16 STATE OF KENTUCKY, ss. I County of Lincoln, I, J. W. Hocker, Cashier of tha abovo named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement la true to the beat of my knowledge and belief j. W. 1IOCKUK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to Iwfore mo this 5tb day of Mu 1847. O. F. PEACOCK, N. P. L. C. Correct Attest: Knwann Alcob.n, " T. J. Iloniaso.s, V Directors. II. Baow.N, ) i. Zl"r rni f' '"'' mui'mii unf ii fnniTiiiiiiwi,iiaii WALSH, THE TAILOR,- S.Vi, I'OI'U'III X - OUISIfXIala E, P. S.-FINE GOODS FLORET WASHING MACHINE. The most pcrfft M hlnc r invented. Wonderful savin i ol lihir aol eaillv operated. Head the loltowlot; testlmonla fmiu Udii s of Hustonville and vicinity; This is to crtlfyti ai art- mlu tti Flore nc f Washing Maeninnaud think It tbe only Machine wp ever saw that will do a I Itcl.iitur. It 'avis clot blng and labor and Is well worth tbe pilce paid for t Mrs. J. M. Cook, Mrs. D. IV Hta. Mrs, . I. Cowan, Mrs. Sam IUIj, Mrs. J. P. Rid.). Mrs. T. J. Itoblnson.lfrs. Oeors W Kit!, Mr. J. T line, Mr. i.C. Lyons, Mrs. S. f! Drye, Mrs. Mag Dunn, Mrs. Joseph Colley, Mrs J. K. Iiau.th.nai. Now is your chance to secure tbe best Machiue ol the ae. We also have testimonials from the following Stanford Ladlbs: Mttiauus Sain Owen, T. d. Doo-ley, Kate Hays, S. S, Myers, G. O. Wine and Mary Straub. FI.OIIESVE IVAStllSG JtACIll.XE :o.,3.V JIcALLlsTEIl, Business Manager. Headiuartersat Dr. Bource's, Stanford. DR, S. G. HOCKER. HOCKER & BRIGHT, iSUCttESSOUViTO V. II. IIIGUIX.H.) We will continue to handle the justly cslebrated and most uopular COOK STOVE J and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GR0CERIE3, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deserves to be. Ask your neighbor in reference io its supsriority. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. AH we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. V. IS. .UoKIXXHY. SitleNiiiiiu. EI. G. IlUPIaEY, MKItUIIAXT TAILOft -I nave received ISJew Goods for Spring and Summer uuprltlng tnf ben In tbe market, which ii' t Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to None in City or Country Olte Me u Trial. KC. O. RTJPLE1T. WEAREN & X. y V S works xl jy -I Dealer in Fine Buggies, Oarriap:es, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Goal, Lumber, Doors, Sash-Blinds, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever,' before, from the cheapest to the best. All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. WEAREN & MENEFEE. J. II. GREEN, Agt., HiiNtoiiYllle, Ky. Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orloans and Tosas Pacific Railway.) Shortest and Quickest Line to Now Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. KKAIi DOWN. TltAINSbOUni. -1 0.1. Su.S. I bit. 9. No, Daily I TlallT. Ux. SSuo.l Datlf. Dally vi p 41 p 89 p 10 p 7 55 a tn 0.1 p 10 SO am 05 p 11 23 ami 35 p lU7am 1221 am, 12 33 am 12 IS a m 1 SSpui 2 15 i m r, 25 p in U 30 p id a 35 a in 6 Oi) a m 10 00 p ia 5 10 pin I .STATIONS. iu 9 CO p m L'vc ..''inclnnatl . 'rv ml II 33 pin Ocorgetowa mill Mp ni I ' exluglon in 12 21 a m I Mcholasvllle mi ,'Hajrrodsl)urK Junction.. ui I 05 a m Danville ui I is a ui Junction Cliv . ... Kings Mountain .,.,' 2 12 a in oomcrset ....5 55 am Oakdale ,... 8 43 am Chattauooji... ,...' 3 50 p in ' Birmingham ...., 8 00 p ml .....I ., .11 00 a in . I Meridian ....I 6 15 a m New Orleans , ,11 15 pm ' Meridian 8 00 a m).. 0 35 p in . 7 10 p int.. Vlcksburi . .. ....thravcporl. . ,T. i Junction., No 9 leaves OakJalod illy except Simduy, at 0 15 a. sr Arriving at Chattmoiii at 9.!0. No. U IcnvM Cliattanooja at 4.3J r. u., arriving at Oadaleat 7.4i P. m. Mann Boudoir Bullet filoiploj Cars ou all through trains. JOnN C. OAUI.T, f!en'l Manager, It. CAllROLUdtl'lHupt. W, W. WELW, Bupoilntendent, fomcriet, Ky. cseral Offlcts, St. Paul Bullllog, Wtst Fourth AVRXflK, KY, EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. and still receiving Nr. MENEFEE j HEAD VV. TltAlNtiNUUnt. , No. 4. No. 6. Hi). 8, I Dallr. Daily. Ex. Sun Dally. Dally. -I- C 12 pin 10 25 am G 49 a in. 347pm 727am 4 10 a iu1 3 20 p in 7O0am! 3 43a m 2 SI p m 6 27amlt3 23a m , 2,8pm t5 47 ami -..., 2 08 p m Is 32 a m 2 3S a m , 133pm ft 20 a m 2 28 a m . 1155 12 4'Jpm am '.'.'.'".'.'."!!! ' l"i'o a'ia ' i ' 8 10 am I " "" 5 00 a m 031pm . 10 35 pm1 10 40am . 7 ('Op in C20am , 4 80 p ml 3 43a iu', 9 00 am! 8 33 p ml, 300 ami, -...I., G,55 p m, 8,00 am , 7 SO a m, H. fOM.BUA.N.Uen'l Frt. A raw. Ajt.i It, X. l'.VAN. As.t. Oeu'l Kr t. A rass. X3e.1l. Street, Clnc'nnatl, Oi'o.