Newspaper Page Text
:i K iiliiiTETin;W''ini;T.lgifcIT,rnwrii Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal is.c. walton, nus. MarmKor b'TANFoni). Ky., Auuubt N, 1888 PubllbhodEvory Tuoaday nnd Friday. I -At- 'J i'Jiilt VI(!AU,IX AUVANCKI strvVhen not, so paid $y.60 will he charged.-" L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train lining North.. . ...I J t pin houili., ji pm Ksprcss tram " South... ...ii 57 1"" ' " " North... ....itj am Local Krclifht North..., ...o to m rtouth.. 655pm The latter trains' alo passengers. The ahove it calculated on standard lime, SoUr tune l khoul to minutes (alter. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'I ranis leasr Kuwland at 5 js m and 7 o a in anil rtturn at 6 p m anil 8 40 p iu MEANS BUSINESS. Watiiiem nntl Jewelry repaired ami Miirnuiteil. A. II. Penny. The lieM plnro to liny tlrtipt, patont inetlitineH and toilet iirtielcn is at A. It. Ponny'H. Huy your whool hookn, ink, Uhletc. ient:ilHand wIkkiI supiilieH of all kind fmin A. 11. Penny. ' 1 Kintntee all vyntulioM and overy of jowulry I sell to bo Just an A. It." Penny. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. Mit. br Shank in ill with something like fever. Miss Minmi; Stkaih is visiting friends at ParkHllle. Mu. ami Mas. J. 11. Mkimiijii have lKltll Im'cii ill. Mu. T. avk I.ii.i.aiiii, of Uui"ville, wan heie yesterday. Mis Hki.li: Cook, of llustonville, is lfiting Mrs. J. P. Halloy. .Miss Hki.ks ItKin, of llustouville, is visiting Mrs. Forentiw Keid. Mk. ami Mut. K. C. Wumi aro friends iu Carter county. Mu. IIaiiiumin Haii.i:y,oI I Shelby county, has been visiting Mrs. C. J. H.iiley. Miss Maiiv Hi:i.i:v i spending a week with Mrs. Harry Hush in Miss M nmi: Ai.niiiu leturneil with MissOrii Ct to ljtureiieobuiv. Mat .1. L. Hilton and little r. if Mt. sterling, aie Mis. T l Walton. I ik. .I.ukso.n (Siviln.x, of PltUburr a frientl of this paper, was in town v futility. J T. (iiriiuir., Iin., of Sunbright, I no , is vititiug his sister, Mrs. J. A. Mii I. n i ian Hit i:, a l.ouisille is ititiiig Miss MiUh'1 Wright, in tho West l.n.l. J iK.t 1. Wit wiiii, of Hornstadt, l.at bet n gniiittnl a penion for service in lie late war. O .'. Km.i.iiii, of our composing fonv, it six-tiding I'airweek at Ids old homo iu HatrtMlnbuig. Mu. N. II. Ki.MoitKiinil MIks Nannie Marrs went t Hanotlsburg yotenlay to attend the Fair. Mat. (ii:o. Fn:i.is, of JUoomiiigtou, ill,, is isiting Miss Iva Smiley and r relatives here. Mut. .1. N. CoNKWiut.iiT ami daughter, it Clailv ctiunty, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. V). Harrow. Hit. am M its. lli'ini Hkii were yestiitlay into their beautiful new Mime opjHitito the College. M isrmisoN Piivton, of is all light again and is enjoying Himself at Cmb Oichaitl Springs. Mu. .1. V. Simpson, who has been ing his father, Mr. P. L. Simpson, re returned to his home in Daviess county j "Niturdav MlSSKs (.iATKWOOI AMI F.I.I.A CilVKXS, I.i.r.ie Hriglit nntl Hcssio Kugleniau and Mr. H. W. (livens are upending the week at Dripping Spiings. Mu. a si M us. J. C. Hays leave tomorrow for Kureka Springs, Ark., where the former hopes to regain his health, in which his friends heartily unite. Mu. J. I. Hamilton, imstnl elerkon the K. C.,is oil" resting for a couple of weeks. Mr. W. K. Hay, of Klehmond, is filling his position during ids absence. Miss Ai.uk Hondi'iiant, a Louisville beauty, who is visiting near Danville, j paid tliis olllco n pleasant visit yestenlay, ' accompanied hy .Mr. .Male wcisingcr, Mit. ani Mas. J. W . Hayhkn'b youngest child, Leo, has been at tho point of death witli cholera infantum, but was better yesterday. Little Josephine has also been sick, Mit. II. 11. MoDoniAi., of Louisville, who has been employed a few weeks as assistant book-keeper by tho First National Hank of this place, goes home today. Theiewas, as occasionally Imp-' pens, a glut of business, which required temporary cleiical assistance, and Mr. McDougal proved himself an ndmir.iblo book-keeper ami a very plensant and agreeable gentleman besides. Coi.. MMits. W. M. II tti.t., of Louisville, who hnvo been visiting Mr. and Airs. John W. Yerkesnt Danville, drove over on Knturday and paid ns a highly appreciated call. Col.' Hull is tho youngest as he Is one of tho brightest of tho Courier-Journal editorial writers, ami is a very "taking" fellow in overy respect, while his wife is a lovely little woman, thoiougldy in sympathy with his ambition to rank witli the most distinguished of Ills profession. A v Mil. I). W. V iNDKVunit Is very ill of n sort of of dim-axes. . Mil. Tiiomah Waiid, of .Marion, in IiIh iliiunlitur, Mm. J. I). Swain. Mil. AM) Miin. Ukk W'oodh, of Our- rani, nri visiting their iluughU'r, Mr. J. C. HiiyH. LOCAL LORE. Dick's Patent Feed Cutter at Mttcalf it KomUt'h. Tin: Stanford colored nine beat the HieliinonilH Friday 15 to 5. Tin: public wlio'ol,' V. F. MeClary teaeher, will begin Sept. .'!!. Simiay'h light rain and thtinderHtonu foreetl tho nierciiry down below (10 morning. Nun r. of the lioiiirtvilli papers reached here by mail Sunday. Somebody a cussing fr it. .. m m - -- Mattkuh muni be tjuieting down in Mt. Vernon. F.ditor .lumen Maret advertises hlri Winehehterrille for wile. OxKof our customers got the wrong buggy Saturday. He will please return it and get tho right one. A. T. ley. II.m.kh Wi:i.i, linn not blowing mueli, but hIic Iiiih IiihI a good crowd all along nntl tliln week every room to bo tilled. You can find no better wnter any w hen- and the fare is juctHiieb ah one enjtixh after iu wonderful appetizing etlectH. Price very low. Di:!. Mr. W. II. Wearen, of Kirksville, who has been Iu bad health for a long time, dropped dead Suudiiy. He wan a member of the Baptist church and a very excellent man in overy respect, A wife and three children survive him, together with two brothers, Messrs. (ieo. I), nnd II. K. Wearen, of this place. Tho funeral anil interment took place at yesterday. Kii.i.ki the recent war in campaign. Stevens county, Kiiiikis, Samuel )K. .. . Pint k, of Danville, has son, who is city marshal of llugoton and j moved his dentnl of lice to Slnnford deputy IT. s. maishal, has killed futir ,l occupies the room lately vacated men. lie is a I.iiiroln county boy, and j,y j)r, jj. Penny on street, tho citizens of his town, including the j He will be ready for business on Monday mayor, postmaster, banker-, clerks, re-. m.xt, the "and icjks a share of your conlers, school superintendent ami the! patronage. He comes well have his father an L.,i and has the reputatibn of being an liciled ceitilicate that the killings wi.ru I excellent dentist. in (lie tlctense of Ids own life ami that o( bis futility, ninLthat he has the lespect, esteem anil coiilitleiice of the law-abiding citizens of the whole section. Mr. Uohinsoit is very proud of the document, as it gives the lie to the tumors that enemies 1 1 nee put all'jut concerning his bor. Tin: MuCtearv Club at Iltiotoiivillehns1 elected olliccrs as follow t: President, Dr. Hawkins Itrown; vice-presidents, A. P. Mutt, M. I.. Richards, K. Fishback, Isaac Shelby, Jr., P. ('. Hughes nnd Jas. II. Taylor; secretary, W. 1.. Williamt. The club will have a rousing meeting next Saturday afternoon at - o'clock, when linns. It. C. Warren, M. C. Sautley and otheis will address them. invited. This is the banner club of the county in numbers, while the one at McKinney seems to be in enthusiasm. Its membership reaches -III; McKinney has IU"; Stanford L'(X1; Kingsville (s)and Cmb Orchanl 150, making a total membership of 7ol. Tills is good, but tliere are enough of us to do a great ileal better. Tin: J. M. Hubbard tells us that he has everything in ready-ness now for the opening of the College. The faculty is complete and has been selected with an especial eye to the tltness of each to preside over her department. .Mis l.tiima M. .McKean, tlie liuiy pnii eipal, comes highly recommended as an ..vi.Hi.iit n ml n stilemliil i Hnurian. She graduated three years ago at Hildwin I'liiversity, iu Ohio, with the J wife. Mr. Livingston isa Now honors of her cliiss and hiissince tie- er, but having married a Kentucky gill voted himself to teaching. Our people j he will now probably permanently re- Hi..iiiiiint. ul with flu. iiinritu nf in.i.t side with US. liood lllck tO llilll llllll of the other teachers, who were born ami raised witli us, and can feci satisfied that the school will be in every particular. Prof. Hubbard will concentrate his efforts to make it an honor to the section, and we trust that those who have daughters to educate will assist him in iloiug so. It should be the pride of all our citizens to assist iu building up ami maintaining tho school, and we hope to neo it start out most auspiciously on the ltd of September, A Yoi'sn TniKr'. Charlie Helm, a son of Harrison Helm, went into Mr. S. II. Shanks' store Saturdav evening and asked Will Severance for a small box. Will, nccommoilatiiig, as us mil, complied with his request. Helm watched his chances to till his box, ami preferring shoes to anything else, slipped iu a pair. He left the storo as soon as ho had accomplished ids desire and went to Miine unfrequented spot nntl trietl his shoes on. Finding they were tot small, he sought tho storo of S. L. Powers it Co., nntl without tho knowledge of Mr. Powers or any of his clerks swappetl them for a larger pair. Just as lie hud accomplished the trade and was thinking no doubt of the tlguru he would cut on the following Sunday w.itli his new shoes, Mr. J. D. Swain, ono of Mr. Powers' clerks, became auspicious ami taking tiie box from him, looked at its contents. Tills of course gave the whole story away and the negro, who was Reared neatly out of his wits, wan allowed to go this time, with the promise that he would nevtii'do tho like again. ' . Kiciiit shares of Ittiiltling a'ul Ioun Htock for aiu. Jminiro at tliiri Lolllco. N'l'tt' Lit . rif f In tM. I nnil Tie JiiHt received by Mrs. Kate Dudder- nr. Call and examine. Ki.iniii ItAi.Lou had a good crowd to hear him at Turnersville and ho made, as he always does, a sunniblo and live speech. I? -- is. " (,,,,. .'........ ... f,,n, .,..... I .... i.u ..... f,m tl, ...w other tlay the fourth of a silver dollar coined in 18(10. Our forefathers who had no shinplasters and small pieces had to cut dollars to quarters to make change. .. .... Hank StiK'k. It. 11. Courtney, bank er and broker, Lexington, Ky., has for snlo some First National Haul;, Stanford, Ky. stock. Persons desiring to purchase will find it greatly to their interest to write to him. -It m ' ' Tiiosi: owing mo by note, or account will please call at my old stand, now occupied by Mr. Joseph Severance, nntl settle up in full. I miiHt have uiy business settletl up by September 1st, ami all accounts not paitl by that time will be placed in the hands of an ollieer for collection. J. P. Davis. " Aiim HiioKK.v. Mrs. A. K. Hundley, who was Mb Jennie McAlister, of this place, was thrown from her phaeton on Thursday night near Danville anil suffered a fracture of her arm ulovc the elbow. Mr. Hundley was nlso badly bruised up. A young horso ran away with them and both were thrown to the ground. In order to accomplish more cUecthe work, the presidents of the various democratic clubs in this county ought to to form an executive committee, whoso duty it will lie to aid the county committee and call meetings of nil the clubs for parade and work. Iet us have a big democratic demonstration later on in the HvmioriioiUA. Mr. J. Matt Martin lot a gootl mule from hydrophobia a few days sgo. Three of Ids dogs went mad last mouth and from the elicits of their bites ho has already lost a mule, a cow ami two sheep. We suppose people will learn after awhile that dog are the useless as well as the most dangerous property they tint own. Tin: colored Odd Fellows made a most cietlitable display anil they seemed to enjoy the tlay greatly. The best of order Wits preserved and everything was done decently ami nicely. The day's enjoyment closed with a concert at the hall, iu which Misses Sophia and M. C. Whitley, Kliza Peyton, Will Fonescc, I.ige Farmer ami others anpiittetl themselves sui prising! v well. s Wi: do not suppose that it makes much ilifl'ereiico with the reader, but we may s'iy by way of apology for their ilullnes", that most of these paragraphs were written by a man foreetl to lie flat of his back by two monster carbuncles, which seem to be eating his very soul out. Job's little boils weie not n circumstance nor was his patience a patching to ours. Hiethteii, pray for us. Mr. M. Livingston, the clever young representative of the Lincoln L'tnil Company, skipped ofl'to Lou- isville Friday with Miss Lelia Dootvs, the handsome daughter of Dr. W. M. Dooros, of Crab Orchard, ami made her I 1.1 . i his! Tin-: Kowlautl club, consisting of A. J. Norman, 11. D. Thompson, W. L. Watts, J. 1). Hnidy, Mike Kearns, J. F. Ferrell, W. It. Fretwell, W. L. Davison, V. 11. Holly, W. II. Miller, John Shafer, J. H. White, Joseph P. Furrn, Arthur Pierce, C. K. Johnson, L. A. Farris, J. F. LiKue, I. J. Ramsey, T. W. Hamilton, Tom Farloy and F. L. Darst, put a dollar apiece in the Louisiana Lottery ami at tho drawing last week they were fortunate enough to get Slo.OO), a twentieth of tho capital prize of SiOO.OOO. They have placed their claim iu the First National H.uik nntl are in high feather over tho S71"i that each will receive. This looks pretty huge, but a bank cashier tells us that the community does' not catch even witli the lottery by u good ileal, lie says that fully $100 a mouth has gone from here nearly ever since the lottery was established and this is tho ilrst tlraw of nny consequence yet. It will give a big impetus to tho business here, but we hope those who want to play it will consider how great mo the chances against them before they put up their good money. DEATH'S DOINGS. Charles "Wolford, Past Grand Master of tho Sovereign Lodge of the World, In- tlepent Order of Odd Fellows, died at Ids home in Louisville, ngt;d "S. Miss. Ktta Maiian, the lust of the four daughters of-Mr. A. C. Stagg, died Saturday in Jessamine county nntl was biouglit to Ilanodhbiirg Sunday "for in tgniicnt. (!. 0..K. Mary Alberta, the sweet little Kirl of Mr. mid Mm. A. II. r.enny, died Friday night after a wcek'n of cholera aged HI J tnontliH. The child of ,11. ..!!. i i. i t.i. i . .1 .. . ""'" "" " "" war lo " J,'" "ml llH l is '"j0 t(,n,r"IB M,t tht',r VL'ry heart Htiings. If tender sympathy avail I anything in such a moment, they can find consolation iu the knowledge that it is felt by nil our people who know and . love the couple. Inter- I ' "tui. lay afternoon i etery. NKW AbVKItTISKMKXTS. LAND FOR SALE. loo Hcrei on the Sommrt ami CraL Oorcliard road, hallway between the Iwu plitce. Well of Kuui Hier en tn place. Hull c tarrj nd 30 ucrea In cra. A bloJ otilltt for cattle, hoe anil lic.p. v. (j. WAI.I.ACK, S Dabney Ky. IPUjBJLKC HAJfJH to Ai executor of Samford Krwi'n, tlec'd, we will ell at hl late residence on the Stanford & Danville Tike, in Id way between the two town, ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, The following pcr.on.il property! Seven a and fat 4 high grade lieiferx, 5 hi'h KradecOHKHiid calven, 33 hlh KrnduhOjCi, ;j lnKh urade hicp, 1 pair aged mare mului, 1 family home. horici. fine onei, 1 fine yearling filly, 1 fine combined mare and colt, 1 Lrooil inari. 1 lurouche and hrriMt, 1 btiKfCy and harnn, 1 prinK wagon and liarnc, 1 wagon and harness, 1 wheat drill, harniw, pbw, liarvrting machine, Ac.,.Vl i6actc of corn ill field amis (tacki ol new hay. Termt made Itiown on day ofiale MKS. I. I. KKW1N, .... T I.. I.II.I.AKU, PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK, CHOP, C. A Kxcciitortof the wil ofCralR Lynn, deceat cd we will on SATURDAY, SEPT. i, '88, tn the highest hiddir all the tock, crop and I arming implements of which naid decedent did poatcMi, Loniliiig of about 50 head of cattle of which tliero are 26 head of ) car-old Meer, o head of J )ear ! J hciferi, 4 null ccw and calves, about jogooil hoj, jjowj and pig, 6 brood marcs, and tired to uuml iack. itaLret nf imkxI Liirn Arm liiindlekofuitii, 1 share slock in the Stanford Itnllcr.MilU, 14 klurcs sto'k in the Stanford & Hulls tiap Turnpikd, 1 buggy and liarncxs, wjg in, sulky tiirniig pl.iw, '1 homas Hay Kake, I li.unas Harrow , Muwinc machine, nnd all the f.irinuiK iiiiplfiiicnts usuilly kept on a well regulated farm. Term m.ie know,, on day of tale JOI1NG. -J. I. I.Y.NN, r.xicuu.r. Also at same tune and plact' as nhovo, I will, as Administratrix of A. C. linker. ilei cl sell all the stock, crup and farming implcmtiitHof said dece ilwi I, consisting ul some cattle nnd horse stock, lot ol hogs, betwivn j Kianu 400 parrels ol turn, 16 sucks of has. 110 Imslivls ane'led uits, small, lot re, buggy anil harness, 1 wai;oii, mowing 111.1 cfiine. Acme h irrow, plows and ma'iy other things wbii.h I lannot mctitiun Terms in.ido known on day of salo Sjtd MKS Al.ltli IL'CKhll NEW BUTCHER SHOP. I have opened a butcher simp at Kow nud in tho IVirui Mure house and am ptepared to furnish tho pubic wall all kinds ol ni.uts. full and oysters in their season. As heretuloro I wi I continue, running my wagon meat to my customers in Stanford and vicinity . M F ni.KIN FOR SALE. Blouse and 25 Acres Land Two nillca bouth ct Stanford on Neul'i Creek Address inc al Carlisle, Ky W, Clt AIG. LOOK OUT I Ho.idiuarter m Lancaster street for all kinds if i'rcsli Vigetables, Canities, Uutterand K.ggs, I'resh Cakes, Knlls and K.incy Oroctrics of all kinds Also on this street we keep all kinds of drinks that uc arealluwed to keep 5 J J. r. HAKKIS. FOU SATiTi. My (arm of 97 acres on the Stanford ft Mil-ledges illn l'ikc, 6 miles from Stuntord and in one mile, of Church Wilt sell publicl) TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. the farm is well watend and under good fence and has on it a splendid orchird There is a good house with four rooms and the outbuildings are first class At the tame time and pKce I will sell a lot of cattle ami mules. J A. MLS COVI.K, 45 td Stanford, Ky MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE ! A Modern Progressive School ! Where your daughters willrbc taught how to be come true women, as well at thoroughly instruct LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. Address llf.V. C. I'Ol'U, I'rcudent, or MKS. S. C. TKUKUKAKT, 37 Lady Principal. Mlllershurg, Ky. KENTUCKY Agricultural and Mechanical ASSOCIATION. Sept. ,V. lUso, Wild U.ike, J Oct. 15, 18S7, Sudle I), yrl , 35J;: Oct. u, i88j, lllnila Kusc, j'ly,; Aug. 31 iS7, llrown ll.il, ptcer, any, Sept. 4, ibbti, Jeruini' 'turner. 2:1!; November 11,1811, MAUU S., itooj LEXINGTON, - - - KY., AUC. 28, 29, 30, 3 1 AND SEPTEMBER I . Competition Open to the World, !" (irauil Tournament, (ieiitleinen Kideri in Costume l.acli Day. Crow nins of the Queen of lleauty, Saturday, 'leptcinlicr 1st. TWO SIACES EACIK DA Y I'llKIC t.adii's and Cluldru.i under u cars of at;e adiiiltteil t'roc the lirst day. Special Trains on nil railroad at reduced rati. Mural lla'l open every day and will Lost I'tanir.of ihu I .Hi upr iiirtncr tuiurni.tiiiiu unit cataioguti uddriws the Secretary. 1. I'. JOHNSON', President. TIIOS. I MAKTI.V.hncrotnry. ,".$ V NEW I NEW! NEWT A CARD TO THE PEOPLE 15 .miMEH, Of Lancaster, Ky.. have ouened in Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a Firat uauiornia rrun otore. rney wiu Keep constantly on nana in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Oakes and the Best of Candies. Fruits. Nuts. Etc.. Etc. Meals served at anv hour. Trv their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. ana buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, Wholesale and Retail. If j x 11 IliJixll'irl NEW mir I f FURSITURE MACK HI.7FFMAK,, PJ10F., Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a tral and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. WALL PAPER complete:stock :f:d:elaj3:ej M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FUi.lL ASM&ariMGiMT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, ail work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and 2ya Glasses to suit the eye. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Gincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) KAVOKITE LINE 1JKTWKKN THE NORTH ANI) SOUTH. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW. ORLEANS, IP. IN 33 ii HOURS. Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. IICTKXA.ssII:ouT, link. CONDENSED TIME TABLE UKABDOWX. T 'AiS 's-'l". ' No. 7, .0, 3, 1 I No. j. N. 1. uauv. Daily Ex. Sun. Daily. Dally 817 a m m S m 7 55 a m I 9 5' a 1111 m, 9 111 ... - '.. 10J9 a 111' in'10 11 in 11 ,10 p m la it 111 10 15 a 1 M 'O pin m i 111 .. . ' ,i i I "3 puii 111 13 m 11 5 JO I' iu I m i jopi 6 jo pin), a in 1 15 pi 1000 p in a 1 m . Ar'i a in, i 00 p in P m ... Ar'v l 111 11 10 p !.' 1:1,1.1 4$ u V ml 4 10 II Ar'k.. A iu y jj a . r v . 5 10 I.'sc. ... . 0 con l.'ve ,.. ii ta I. vc. J9SJ I.'so. ;:r;j.v.::.:r...i i l sf V the house formerly occunied bv - Olass Bakery, Restaurant and We do our own work. Come STORE ! and PCTT'7.IT'0,EIIS. always on hand. obsebye THAT- II VK -OF EFFECT IN MAY G, 1883. 14J13A..D TJI?. TR Al NS NiriiTir." No. 6. No. s. No. . STATIONS. No. t. Daily. Daily. Daily. vc Ciiicinnali ... Villi.1mst01vn., tieorgetown, l.cMMKIon.... Dam ill;-.... Junction City.. Somerset Oakdalc .. .. ..Chittanoocu.. I.'ve...Clutliiiooga... , Iliriniiighani,. Tnse.iliKisa . .Meridian . .. New Orleans , ...Mdndian , ..Jackson,..,, .ViLk.buig. . M Mil tm ... Shrusepnrt,... ,A'rv 640am ,Ivc 5 1 j a in 4 10 .1 111 -. 3 4$ a 111 J S a in tli a in, 1 05 a m ........ u5si.rn l.'se 7 lop 111 .Ar'v 6 n. ji 111 1 13 pm ri jjpn Q to .1 in , l.'ve 1 4o a 111 .I.'sc 9 05 p in (141pm 10 3j a 111, 6 00 p m .... 30 a m 1 11 p r,i 7 ii a m 308 pm 4 1 j pm 7 no a ni j o pii J 30 a in I 10 p 1,1 3 10 p in s :w .1 m 1 ou p in 1 50 p in 1 1 05 11 111 11 1$ am 7 3 a 111 900 a m 4 ix a m j 30 a 111 1 to a m .. e ,0 pm1.. jrnji m .Ar'v in 00 pm ,., . .Ar'v 6 1 J pin 4 0op io$ a m 000 a ni and arrives in UliaiUiio.).! at y oo,a t. No. 10 leaves at 3 J3. H COI.I.llltAN, tien'l Krt. A I'ass. Agt. neral Superintendent. Street, Cinciiiiiati. Ohio. N. II. Train No. 9 loavos Dak.lulc at 5 15. A M, hattanasus) Rt s rrn, l. XI. , n! .rrivus at Oakdalc Ch ISssudmr lluflct hleepniK Car on all triun JOHN' C.'t.Al'l.r.sif ior,.l i.l....r. It, ( , (Jeitei.il Ofi.i is, I'anl I'. ' i ., -V r "" I OF LINCOLN COUNTY. . J', r J'