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k"K Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal u:. c. walton, nua. ManaRor Stanpoud, Ky., Auounr '24, 1888 PubllBbod Rvory TuondBy and Friday. AT SU PJBU YJ(!AH,IKADVANOK PWhtn not 10 uij $2.00 will be charged.! L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mil train soing North .. South I prei train " Suuili North Local Freight North..,......, M)iim , ti jipm , I jipm 37 pm - J7 .... o jom The latter train aUo cany lut.enfcrt. ...ojjpui The hoe iicalculaled on ManJard time. Unit it about o minutet taMcr, So!ar K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Howland nt in and fo a m and return at 6 p m and liopu MEArTsjjusiTiEssT Watiiim ami jewelry repaired ami warranted. A. II. Penny. Tiiuhevt place to buy drug, patent ltu'ilIcincH ami lollct artielett in at A. II. renny'ri. lluv your whool book, Ink, tablet. jmjkt, pcneilH ami wliool supplier! of all Kindt from A. It. IVnuy. I imarantoo nil vvatcheniind every ar ticle of jewelry I ell to be just iw A. C. IVnuy. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL Ma-. l. K. Criin, of Somerset, is Mrs. It. 11. Woods. MinsSviui: Ljnn, of Ixmlnville, is vis iting the Winy. Mir-i M vttii: Dhnm, of Garnini, Is the litict of the Misses (i rimes. Misik l.ri.i and Ijiur.i WitherH aio visiting in I.ancaster. Mim Maiiiiik Hoi.mi, of Crab Or-(hard, is visiting Mrs. L. M. Iisley. Mih- Hki.i.i: of Kmporia, Kansas, is visiting Kentucky Iriends. Mus. S. C. Tin kiikaiit, of Mlllereburg, i Willi ner oroincr, .iir... n. .wjcrs. Mil. G. II, Coorr.it and Miwi llelluCtxik have returned from Dripping Spring. Mim S u.i.ik II acki.uv, of Cincinnati, l,na vinitIiiK Miht.Io"i'pheiie Mia.. W. T. Wkiki.y, of Shelbyille, U iitinit tlie family nf her father, Mr. II. W. (iaincH. Viis. J.T. IlAiiKiinnd Mn. I.. II. have liecii ihitim: relatives in (lark and Fayette. Di:. A. S. 1'itirK hurt arrived ami isready to you in the dentistry line nt his olllcc on I.imiiNter htreet. Mil-. I. C. Smiiimik has returneil to the country, after a weck'n vIm'I to her histers, the MUsei IWaley. Mips.MTTii: I'avton returned from I.-mi'.Mlle liringing with her In r aunt, Mr. Mary Dunn. M vt in; and Maooik Wiii.mi ir,ive it very enjuyable party to a number nf their frielldt WedllcHlay night. CvMiiiin .1. .1. Mclt(iiii:n "bowed us a letter from Florida, which is "perforated in full of hole" iu a leaf of poMajro ctnmps. I.isiirn'1ii:iihi:k, of Mopped over on returning from IJ'M k Cactte Spring", and is the guest of Mis. ti. II. Cooper. 15. Wvi.t)n, Mm. .1. T.Craig and Mii-M's Annie MeKinney, Sue Helm, Annie Dunn and Kllal.ee Vaughan went to Danville yeetenhiy tohwir Uro. llarnch. Mn. W. N. I'oTTs.'of the Stitnfonl Holler Milln, thu founder of the Douunxa Holler Mills at this place, camo up lat week to vifIt his daughter, Mrs. .1. II. Kichnwiid Climax, Mkk. M vttii: Koi.nuk who had been v siting the family of Lewis Dudderar left Wednesday for her home In X. Y. She is a daimbter of our worthy townsman, Mr. J. T. Ilarrie. Mux. s. F. II. Tvititv.vT, who has been ..,...) i...i ... in. ...:... .l.Mii, iln i Don't let Uiuce & .McUoberts' clothing oppoittinity jMnyou. See their Tm: Loudon Uauk seems to be a certainty, moht of tho Mock having been siilwribod. Ciiuu'h. Uingley i Co.'s Cireus !h pre-Hiring to spread Its tents hero Friday, Sujijomber 7th. pafciMiRor train killed two line mules for 15. 15. & K. 1 Woods night. of white seed ryo for wile. J. K. Urucc. . FinrtT jiirn of (several vniictietj nt A. A. Wurren'H Model Grocery. Two nr.vDiir.i) tihii'vami good brick for Rile. Call on .1. V. Haughinan. The II. t 0. KxpresH i the wifest and cheapest. Give it a trial. A. T. agent. in Wai.i. I'apiiii. We liave received and opened a la rue and new lot of wall paper. OuHley & Crultr. - The nlagc mail route between here and l.ancator Inm been resumed, wuaro glad towiy, Mr. A. T. Nunnelley contractor' m Wu.t. Tki:ii:u.s, negro, was lined $'2' and given "0 dayn in jail for carrying a concealed deadly weapon and for disorderly conduct on the Htreet. This put him in forlo davH, iih he will have to work the line out in the chain gang. .Shot. Whit Montgomery, who liven near Crab Orchard, hot a man who uiIIh hiuiHcHTom Collin- in the shoulder and neck while the latter was stealing applet in Moiitgonicry'8 orchard on Wednesday night. The wound are not couriered dnngerou. Tut: ruit of U. I. Thompson against dipt. Kcnakcr to prevent hhn from drawing the 715 from the Louisiana IiOttcry, for which the former held the lucky ticket and fold it for $10, law been , compromised by the payment to Tin: 1. C. is indebted to the county of Lincoln for taxes before it was hold and tho county court having authorized Judge Varnon to settle the matter with the company without hitit, if possible, he went to Covington yesterday to con fer with the General Manager, Mr. U.K. Iluntlui'tou. All the countieti along the line, except this and IVdilleton, have compromiH'd at (15 cents on the dollar. ' m I'iiomiic Samuel Jellcrs, of CaseV, a half brother of Watt Fields, of this county, was on a visit to him this week, and in a conversation with him he told a representative of this p.tpr that he had married '.'1 years and up to the sixth year of his married life no children blessed the union. The year his wife presented him with twit's and for seven consecutive times thereafter she did the Mime thing. During the 16 years since his first set of twins he has liecn prcstnteil bv his wife with ill children. Til vt burglar continues to get in his work, noMvitlistatiiling the warning given our merchants. He effected an entrance into McHobeits A Stagg'n Wed-i. cm lay night ami got all the change in the money drawer, some $1 or So. All of the valuable jew'elry is put iu the Rife at night, so the thief had only the common stock to pick from. Ho seemed to be very Nit lolled, however, only taking one out of a lot of four $10 silver watches. Other small atticlcs may have Ir'cii taken, but it has not discovered. The is evidently after money, usiKM'iiilly, as at none of the stores has he taken auvthing cite of much value. A gain we advise the merchants to prepare or the very slick citizen. 99 Akiiiivti.d. For ten days past otliccrs have been on the lookot for one V. M. Jenkins, who, it is alleged, is wanted in Atlanta for killing Dick Scully and for whom a reward of SlJOO isoHercd. got word thnt he was on the train Tuesday and armed with a wiit sworn out by a man named Sherley, who savs he shot him at Corbin, because he charged that he had betrayed him by telling that a reward was out for his hand with Jailer Owens, when it arrived. The man was pointed out to the sheriir, but he refused to obey his order to get nil the train and I cer had to pull him oil', though he did ! not resist much alter he looked down com,,,, uuk M-HU..I h tJe llJttIu of t)u, jnler,H 4 , n)1.bro I)iH. SlOOOeil Oil III S l' HI! II II nun attend the Institute. She Is looking well and everybody, especially her co-workers, are glad to see her. Ili:v. S. S. MiHoiikiits. who has been familiar with the nit'.iirs of the clerk's ofllce for more than IK) years, was down yesterday examining papers to settle a dividingliiio between Mr. T. H. Hill and others. Mr. McUoberts remembere distinctly what formed corners on the line ",0 vcars ago, when he surveyed it, ami could describe them to Mr. Hill. He is in his S-M year ami appears as bright mentally as ever, though physically ho is somewhat impaired. LOCAL LORE. F.mi'tv barrels at T. It. Walton's. Ooto Owsley AiCiaig's for your wall paper. 9 9 ' Xi:w lillinery in great variety at Courts it Cox's in a few days. Call and see it. W. II. Mii.i.kii has sold to Mra. C. J. llailoy his residence on Lancaster street for $2,600. ' i i Co I.. Iln.t. has promised to attend the KplicHUH picnic on the 8th and make a speech for the Sunday-school. Tiik wile of J. J. Newland, deceased, is advertised for Thursday, .September 6th, 1SSS, at bin Lite residence near " Oi'it new fall hats and otlfor fall goods will be in in a few days and we cordially invite tho ladies to call and examine. CouiUitCo. m Thkiii: was hardly ever Mich a crop of watermelons in this section and prices are correspondingly low, a nickel being good for ipiite n large- one. Til kiii: is some complaint that the corn fell badly during the rain, but there's enough left standing to make us all the bread nnd whisky wo want. 9 9 IIavk nlready received and am daily receiving a line of the most desirable fall and winter suitings the market a (lords. Call and examine them. II. C. Hupley. 9 9 Fiiom Thursday till Tuesday the rain fall in IMiisvillo was (I inches, nearly half of it falling in one night. There was equally as much here. The average August raiufull is .'1:60 inches. Thu rains let up Tuesday night and since there has been a decided coolness in the atmosphere. Yesterday morning the mercury was down to oO nml nu merous overcoats ami sundry tires were seen alwut town. F.i.iiioitATi: preparations are being made at Crab Orchard Springs for the Governor's Hall, which occurs to-night and a memorable event is assured. Ijirge parties will go from hero and the towns to swell the crowd that will Ik; there. Ciivc kKii. .Mr. C. .M. Young tells us that iu attempting") pull a stump out of the pike near Highland, James Flannery was struck on the head by the chain, which broke, and he suffered a fracture of the skull, that will likely prove fatal. Mimis. S. I.. Powi.itsiv: Co. have ilocd their store at Ijincastcr in order to open a large store 'it Columbus, Ohio. The store at this place will be under the management of .Mr. Joe S. Jonos. Mr. J. I. Swnin will manage tho one at ami .Mr. S. L. Powers will make headquarters at the one at Columbus, but will spend most of his time visiting his various stores. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. F.lijah ,s. F.lmotv and Mi.s Annie, daughter of Win. Arvin, were married on the 21st. Kobt. I)i"hon, a widower of '..', was nuirriisl yesterday to .Mis Mattio I'niriiT. a maiden of ID. Pete Cuiii, !JS and a widower, was united in marriage yesterday to Mrs. Matilda June Hurgett, a pretty widow of L'7. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Pure bred Southdown for sale bv F. Held. buck lambs The Ixxington Fair, the best fair iu the State, begins Tuesday. Kntries for the Latonia stakes number -lit" as against .".!L last year. J. C. Kubnnks it Uro. bought a nice lot of yearling cattle at Sl'I.oO from .Mr. Mitrtin. P. C. Sandidge sold Wakelield, More-laud .t Co. 2 cm-loads of 1, 100-pound cattle at I? etc. Ceo. 1). Wearen has bought lo.OOO bushels of wheat this season and is now paying 7" cents. Foil Kii.k. Four nice Jersey heifers ami calves. No. 1 both in eolor and form. K. II. Uurnslde. nt. -It. II. it K. P. Woods Fold to I.. Hudson a line '2-year-old mule for $'.'00 ami also !" extra line yearling mules at SI lit. tol. On beingsearehedoneor more pistols j Uichanl Cobb, Sr., sold to John were found on him and ho was hurried John-on, of Uoyle, 14 head of 1,-170 lb., to jail. Our reporter visited him there and questioned him iu regard to the charges him. Ilendiiiitted having a quarrel with Sherly but denies that he shot him, and says that ho is innocent of murder at Atlanta or his wife is boarding at Corbin, but u says t no only wife he ever hud is dead-Telegrams were Pent to various points unking about him. Iu Jenkins' pocket was found a letter dated July '2'J, at lumoton, supposed to bo in Alabama, signed "W. 1'." It the eheeiful information that if he hadn't left when he did they would now thought it was a put-up job between you and her to kill Dock." Jenkins had evidently taken oil some man's daughter, as her relatives had been there looking for him mid her and had ollered a rewind offi'OO for his arrcht. Tho letter clones with a lotiuest that he letuin the money that ho took away, about $7", njid that right koii. Nothing had been heaid fiom the telegrams to evening. extra good New York shippers at 4J ets Longberry bearded Wheat, imported Noithern grown, for sale by A. 1 van de Water, Skinfold. Sample at Higgius' store. Mrs. Sallie II. Uailey, of Mitchells- wheie. As near as could bo judged by burg, writes that . I. T. Uailey beats Tom looking at him, Jenkins is It'- years, ." j Null's tomato, his weighing 1 pound and feet 8 inches high, weighs 1".' pounds, j 14 ounces. ban dark hair and eyes, and heavy, black Dr. .1. K. Vanarsdale, of the Mil- inouMabke. He says ho is employed by ledgeville neighhootl, liai bought fiom lieorgo W. Noi wond iV: Co., railroad con-1 various patties in his HTtion a lot of -00 tnutois in Uoll county and that he has I pound hogs at .' cents. njado M'vend tiips South after hands for j J. 1.. Cogar has begun cutting his yield about 150,000 pounds. Midway Clipper. Sam Duncan, of Mercer, (-old last vv eek ."0 acres of coi n at $2 per barrel, to be fed down to hogs. .1. 0. Caldwell bus bought of D. 2C. l'revvitt,.to be deliveied iu September, 7.') fat hogs at So per cut. At Georgetown Monday theio were :!00 cattle and n good eiowd. Young have him in the chain gang; that "it is st(H.. was j ,)0or llesh. Feeders sold at :'. to I cents; yearling Meers $'2'2 to .:' :Vi per head; yeiuling heifois Sl.'i to 'I.CiO. Horse t ratio on the street sli in J Hut few mules olleied. . II. V. Kinbry ban piuehnsud of Sen-( aior John D. 1 Inn in l.'iO cattle at 5 cents. They will weigh about IJiOO; and of other parties iu Miulinou enough to make a grand total of S50 head, at prices ranging i from -li to oj cents, and to aggregate) Climax. I NKW ADVEIITISF.MKNTS. mtmm r3a IPXlrXCiEjt SURGEON DENTIST, STANFORD, KY Office on itrcet In room recently va cated by Ur V. II. l'cnny. Turnpike Election ! Thorauill bo a meetini; nl tho ttockholdtn of thcStanlordund 1'ri'jchvri.ville Turnpike at the court-home In Stanford at a p in on September county court day, lur diction of a Hoard ol Director! for the emulnv ve.ir. 5S HUGH SAKGEANT, Sec'y. CHEW TOBACCONET. NOTICE! All perron having toll .irci.unii wltli Mri. Mil. ler ((ate keeper on the Stanford and Huitonville rlke, will come forward and letlle with lier.au she l goitiK to leive the K'ltc and wan in to settle all account! oeiore icavlnir Kctpectlully, IS JOHN V CASH FARM FOR SALE. On of ImJ 1 offer Wll account Ul I'llvl health, UIICI tannine ! timber land for 4IC Hi pro. til, and jo rc uear well tarm containing i.t acre' lanu, im tiy For I tit KS, IlrflllUIIU4l UIIUICS. II. I . McKinmy, iounty, Ky SALE OP SOITDS. ON MONDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1888, llefore the Court-Home door in Stanford, Ken lucky, at j I' M , e will offer at public tale $!, ooooti to Loud of Lincoln io.mty Lcaring U tier cent Interest, rnvablc annually T W VARNON, ) O 11 COOI'rK, 54 Id I) It. CARl'KNTEK, ) Com try. ELLIOTT INSTITUTE! KIRKSVII.I.K, KY. FOR MALES AND FEMALES. Net iculon oten Au,ut 17, 1E88 Ihoroujh, Including l.-tin, Creel, German, French and Hook-keeping Hoard per Weik a 75 Tuition per Month. a 00 10 4 00 Inttrumental Mutlc per Month .'. .. 4 00 Drawinc per Month 3 00 iMUiuni; per .Mt,ntn 3 uo Addre MILT NKl.LIOtr. I'rincipal. Kirkitille, Ky LAND FOR SALE. 100 ji.rc 01, the Sonierit and Crah Oorch.ird road half way octwem the two places. Well of good water on the place Half c t.tred and 30 hth in Krat. A sod outlet for rm,p, hojs .Hid ulieep W V.. WAI.LACK, 53-U" Oahncy Ky. loob: o'ctt 1 Headquarter nn I.ancatter rlreet frall kindu of I'rrtli ViKetahlca, Kruii, Camlirt, llutter and hj2l!s, Fresh CaVti, Kollt and t.rocvtiet of all kitiil Alto on thisktrcit nt keep all kinds of dnnka that e are allowed to kic.i S' JT HARRIS PUBILJCC SAJLU A executor of Samfnrit I.nvm, dec d, we will tell at hi l.ttc residence on I lie Stanford .'i Dan- Mile rike, militia) Ivtwun trie two tuivm, ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, The following per.cn ,1 property! Setcn a and 3 tear-old fat 4 high gride hcifirft, 5 high (,'radeiou sand calves, 35 high trade ho, 75 high grade hecp, 1 pair aRid m:ue nuili'., 1 family nurse, a l,nri, line one. 1 tine yearling liily, fine comllntd in.tre and colt, t brcoj mare t hirouche and haruew, 1 buggy a ml lurnmi, 1 pnng ttjgon nnd harness, 1 n:iu harness, wheat drill, harrow . plows, liartetting r.iacliiiict c.,.Vi.. i6.icret of torn ill rleld ami 5 stacks ot new has- Terms made known oud.iy of sale MIIS I. I IRWIN. J.. r. T I. l.ll.lwKI), t PVatUC SA1LE OF STOCK. CHOP. c2jC. cd. tve will on Where your illLu taught how to he romi: true woiiiun, atwell a cd in LITERATURE, SDIEJiGt, ART & MUSIC. Addrm UKV. C. l'OI'E, President, ur MRS S C TKUKHEAKT, 37 Lady I'rinclpil. Mlllershurs, Ky. THE CtALT house, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES $2.50 TO 84 PER DAY. ACCORDING TO ROOMS: TURKISH i' RUSSIAN 11ATUS IN HOTEL. EEW FURNITURE STORE M(AUK WCfl,l'MAr?, PRDT IpV 8 fl fl WSLUL and FUBliTr I Will keep constantly onlnnd a large and select lino of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give rae a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. BOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. W ,B 4s fBftKV ffc nirr7rrflr complete:stock always on hand. B. K. NEW! NEW! NEW I A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. ft. IMMIHE HKAnDOWX. l.. . . ..if iTT. :h .ruiiuhly instruct- No ?. .to. 3. , No. J. I j jo pin' t 5 I .j m i m o jo pin loou p III i uaiiy. ... STATIONS. Dally Ex. bun. Daily. Daily. glT.iin 4 oi pm. Stopm 7 jj a m 1vb... .Ciiiiiniiati . y 51 a ml J 47 P ml 9 35 P ml VVillumitown 105, nni 7 tJ pin 1037 im 1 w.uiu..u 11 .top 111 7 35 P l" J '."" ,u '5 ' "' K In 59 Pra,i 'J pm,, 1 ''""." 940 pra 11 ,ts a m u 35 a m junction uiiy ..I JJm' 3 ij p in.......... ...OvLdale ........ ,.1 i iq in Ar v...Chattanoos.i. ..I.'te I 3 10 nnii 600 pinll.,e.ChatcinooBi ..Ar'v ,. iiopm1 '.Vr'v ., ..AtlalU 1 j 5P"i ' lopmil.'vc IlimitiKhan 0 .0 p m u 4S a in 'i"iiealooa najpin 4l.tmAt'v. .Meridian ....l 6 pa ml 9 30.1 m,Ai'v.New Orleont...!. t ' Li a m l.'ii .Meridian... ,.r v 1 ro eo 11 in l.'v ..J..ekon Ar'v 11 ij., in t.'vo....'ii.l.liirK. -....... 1 . .. . .. 4 aapJU I.'i" M'inlue 1 .! Ii,pm Ar'v....8hrtfJorl No. 6. Dailv 9 Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a Bakery, Restaurant and California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything- in their lino, such-as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Ca3:e3 and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Moala survod at any hour. Try their Ice Creara; it take tho Oake. Va do oar o;vn work. Come and buy at Sr3t hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, Wholesale and Retail. PLEASE OBSEP.VE THAT M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FICJ1UL aSSoMTMBIINT -or- . - ' TX7 A rnriTn?.Q HT.nnTT.Ci TTPrTPT .T?V As i.xecutortbf the .l of Craig I.jnn, ' iii 'J,iJKJ VJJVvaiW) u J 1 V I II I.A.U J. j SATURDAY, SEPT. i, '88, till to the highest bidder .til the stock, crop nnd fanning implements of wliii.li kaid dccideut did possets, tear old heifers. 4 milk tmv and caltes. about Mood hogs, j sows nnd pig, 6 brood mares, aud tired to ood jacks, ajatrcs of jiod corn 6,000 liundlcsof mts, a shares stock in the Stanford Kollcr.Milts, 14 shares stoik in the btaniord & Halls (lap I iirnpike 1 uuciry and harness, 1 sulky turnini; plott, lhomas Hay Kake T'hoinas Harrow, mowing machine, nnd all the fanning implement usually kepten farm. Terms inadc!knwu 0:1 day of sale JOHN (J A: J K. l.YNN. Kxccutors. Also it same time and place as abote, I will, as Administratrix of A C. i'uekir, dee'd sell all the stock, crop nnd fanning implements of said consisting ol some cattle und horse stock, lot of ho,;st betttteli 3ooand 400 barrels ol corn, 16 stacks ol hay no bushels 11 oiled oats, small lot rye, biiLrv:y nnil harness, 1 wagon, moninu; ma cuine, Acme harrow, plows and many other lliinKs which 1 cannot mention. Terms made known on dav of sale. 53-td MRh AI.ICTUCKCIl. MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE ! them. Ho was with a lot when arrehted. 1 ciop of irOaeieh of tobacco, which is of Modoni Progressive School ! t. :..,.. .1.1 .1.... .. .. , who ..1.,!..... ... 1... I I ........11....1 1:... ti. .......:.. . ........ ...:i, 1 ' ! It a woman quality. crop AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watch- tt'MertttffMfd v,rith manv vcars' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. eye. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) KAVOKITE LINE IlUTvVKCN THU NOKTII AND SOUTH. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. IN as i-i HOURS Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. TIIISTJOXASSIIOrfcT JjIXK. CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN MAY 6, 1338. UKAD UP. " trains north; No. 1. t?o; 4. Dally. j 10 p m lij. m 9 jjpmtn jjam 7 lop m 900 a mi 0 . p m .. ., 2 ij pm li 35 pin 3 nn im 9 10 a in 1 4cr m ' 4 10 m 1 ,0 p m 900 pin s i jl in! 10 pm I 4 . p 111 Pll I rr in 1, N. 11. T'rtln N jlrava H1 In' it , a ti, rd jnitesi 1 CiMitaim 4X ., v. 1. Chatuintios l m. 1'. M.. - ' d .i.- .n 3 2 Man Woud.ur II u (Tift Sleeping Ci on -II tram. JOHN C.llAfl.T, lleiural Mdiiacr, II COI.I.IIlt AN, i.m ' I n i I At- HOI I.. ( n rml .cii limit n rl I lii'ti. uf . '.1 ' ,: k, Vift I 'lh bifid, C11.111 nan. (Iln 1, No. B. Dally. A'rv 640am 64 pm in jj m 600 pm I.'tc 513am ......'830.1111 4Jipm 4o.i in. ! 7 j,. I HI 300 pm 348am 4 ij pm 7 ton in j 4 . , ,11 J 3a a in j 30 .1 m 1 1 p m ulain 1 05 n,ri 1 ja p in 1 m pin 1 i m t 2 .1 in 4 w .1 111 V'.