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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal.
VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. d888. NO. 81
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(j liiUlvLaiij U. pAKiM'A
tTCrwl lu 1 itv 1111(1 !VoiIiiill?
pitAiai'; 'rirtc joito.
w hen- tundur feet lire torn, and heavy
Puiic, Kv., Nov. !", ISSS. heartu made heavier, by reason of the
hah I.NTDiiiou: Aftor wnitinff of the road. I would my
jv.irn for ait invitation from "Old Hour- Mw men might ee that u loving wl
lion." anil not KCttliift It, I rut the knot j would he dlraceil, if all these hard
Or jmn.1 wilmtlon, devised hy men.
and aske.l mvhelf to eome. nn
of Hi oiderinj;. Thank Ood, tliey
;w that. I wim not willing, after all that
liad happened nix ve..rn ao, t.) leave ! none of Ilk. There !h no 'Void
thlH people in of what chniiKU eat" in IIU "(Jopel." If we persist
had "eome over the nplrit of mydream," i putting it there, it only sieves n.
,,! t l,.t..rm1ii.Nl il. ,. tliLVMliuiilil know ' "uw woulil you like it, dear reader, if,
all. and eome to an Intellijient derision
on tho subject, whatever that decision j
infill be. In hIiuiI, I made upiuy mini, i
to ".have it out" witli them.
rt is Just as I expected. The hearts of
tliu dear people arv sound to the core.
The wav in which thev have rallied ill-,
iiio,l meetings; the
Iv packed audience-room of their sp-' into a funeral, ami the
court-house; the fixed, lespectful, w'"11 "' " donor's happiness and
almost attention they have)
given to the preaching ami singing of lispleasure'. A six-weeks old Holsteiu bull calf
tho Gospel, all tell out, in no uncertain I ' t,'ik ' vnMvt wonder of the j mU ,n New VorJ. ,ngt wcok for $2tV)0
wav, which mad their sympathies run. ! heavenly Mate, as we look back upon U(, Mhmi ,mi,.,vor p.tid. The dam's
Hut, I do not forget that, for years, one I "'. will be the hideous reluctances j nk mionl of .,..,, ,, Jn vt.nr ,m3
report after another, falser than the I i' displayed in our acceptance of (iod h I n()t ,WJl ,R1IlU,U
last, has been circulated, till the dear J Ovation; and the self-made obstacles we! ,Us.VIUjK verv small sup-folk
,l,ntj piled between ouielves and iiur Sav ior. . market'
were so poisoned, by degrees, rt.ntl,u ,, thu yesterday,
they Iinnlly tlaivil semi lor me to know i
the worst. I
Ami now, that they have the same old
gospel as of six veamagone. they breathe
u stub of relief, and testify in every pos-
Iblv their at having us 'jnck. ""ik '" "i me ihm iihu ii in us,
way joy ,X. M.nv ()f am, ,IOII,t per m. j,y
Of.Vmrseainouiitainof detraction has that nothing can compens:ite for the 'n- Mt.wirt., .cott Co.; Itt yearling cattle
to be removed. The devil is not such a Jury wrought. 2U."; 10 ilo. S22..m; 11 vcarling heifers
biingler.astolmvenllhis work undone Whereas, even witli n false, bad Ood, .,. m. .,- Vlnr,IK htt,cr; j.0; t.rn per
in a trice, and the fight is not yet over, the worshipping Spirit will find some ,,..,'j, T,,e toUi niount of the
Hut the victory is assured, in time, if we outlet, thmugh wlilch to lay hold, tho' KlIo
don't commit some blunder that will mi- dimly ami indistinctly of the Ood it w j Carpenter sold to W. II. Me-do
present advantages. "ant. TIiIh "feeling after (iod, if haply J lnivor , ,. nUtk, a, :j0 t() $, Ah0
I find tiie memory of the former meet-' w ""' "" ".' - express-1 1(K);ll0M(H Ilt ., j, jjontjt Crosstleld & Co.
lug-when over WX) souls iimfcshed the ' '" ', though only a false (iod is known, )I(, t() mlw w txtm h1oi, ,llttItli wci);,.
dear Name of Jesus-is fresh and fr better than that paralysis of Spirit, iK wm J000 t . a .,j t0 4 t.onts
iiir. and as I get up in the familiar stand that syncope of Soul, that follows " AIw).HH, ,0JW lt n (i,ltHe NV- 0
and look out over the crowd of well- barring out all hope, t forth " . tl",,t. ! olcl IiIh fiirm of 70 acres in
kiiownfaccs.it really don't seem ,lx most awful is no Ood. thU TOlinlVi IIPur the Stanfonl pike, to
weeks since we were doing the former, The bad (;odisiiitheiii:.i.,cIiielly, vu: ,i0iin ooV,., 0f West for 2,700.
work. ,oiht..oi...itsoK;mI And that head I)jinville AtlvonUt..
Paris has a superb court-house. The i worship w ill make us bad, undoubtedly. Tu, ,irt.ltiiitsll,H 0f the various fairs in
main audience-room is like a well inn-; "TIkV that worship them are alike unto t,H MM.tIon mvt in IxInctoii last week
Htnirted opera hall. It has been lately j them," is a scriptural statement that nH 1 (U)(l f0ned an association to be known
frescoed and ineeiiccis are verv line. It
is lighted with gas and heated with four, '". "The stream rises not higher .
open grates, for uio.lerate col.l, and large ' than its source," Is man's way of stating
stoves In reserve for severer weather. A
capital arrangement, leaving the caloric
.piestlons under lcautiful control; and i
iivoidini that alternate roast inu and .
I tlieni, or linrdun'tlieiii. And ho they In-!
hist on turning tliu "patlm of
netw mid peaee" into thorny hichwnyti,
when you wanted to make one you love
'"'l'l'v, the reception of a costly gift-
""l K" J "'' K' lu
bestow it should be taken in such n
"oiumi way, mm ho many reservations
protestations; so many sighing and
Killings; and such manifestations of
' Bern-nil, as to convert
" miooue o, ueep o.snonor ami ;
"" ' " " ""- " '"' ""- " j
ters, that a bad tiod is worse than none.
(, "r "''lection, I doubt the
iwtinwof thai, "Xo Cod," does such j
violence to the "Si'miT" in nian;"issuch
" to i.e true, ai.Mracuj, ami in expe -
"? " "" ' tne i Ni"iin
s.iys "I liate tiioioiits,' not "vain j
inougnis. is an iiaue
tiou. not in the text.
Hut a bad head may co-exist with n
Pd heart. There is givat comfort in
that. The heait, in cripture, is :vr.it
! tho will; ami the will is still it monarch
I on his throne, though fallen. And my
wil1 is "w. ' K'tf s 1 choose. Thank
I ;od for that. I chouse to give it to Ood.
the ctmllict ceases, and His "will
' is done on earth, as in Heaven." How
I ' have theoretic thoughts o Ood,
that never get from thehcadtotheheait!
! Vot from head to heait is a highway and
there is always danger that a bad dogma
may reach the vital spot, where the
I'hief becomes irrewirable. Let us guard
that entrance with a sleeplois vigilance,
Hetter to have the luwd right, also. That
i . Yet Is a Imd Ood better than no
d at all, we limy still tiiilhfully
Hut why have a bad one, when the
"'"'1 "d Father .f our Loan .Icmis
! Christ" is ever piwnting Himself for
Ever in Jcmis. Oia.. u. 1iikh.
Syrup of Figs
Ij Nnturo' own truo lnxative. It i tlio
most eaiily taken, nnd tho most ofl'ectivo
remedy known to Cleanse tho System
when Bilious or Costive; to dispel II cad-aches,
Colds, and Fovorsj to Curo Habit-mil
Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc.
Manufactured only by tlio California Fig
Syrup Company, Sau Francisco, Cal.
For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford.
The Only Perfect Remedy
For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and
kindred ills is tlio famous California liquid
fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It strengthens
as well as clenliscs tho system, it is
easily taken, and perfectly harmless.
For snlo by A. It. Penny, Stanford.
Mommoth Cave is Kentucky's great
pride; but Kentucky also boasts of of her
wonderful Oanter'H magic chicken cholera
cure. Sold by McUoberts A Stngg. 2t
Arc you made mucralilc by InJigcition, Coiuti
ration, Diiiinen, l.o of Appetite, Vellow Skin?
Shlloh't Viuliier l a positive cure. McKohertt
,V Stags, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow ,V Co , McKhmey
Kjr.J It. W. Jnnei, Crab Orchard, Ky.
The Kev Ueo. 11. Thayer, of Hourbon, Ind.
ayt: "Hot Ii myself and wife owe out lie to
Shiloh' Cotmimption Curs. McKobcrK - Slags;
Stanford, Ky. Crow Co., McKlnnoy, Ky.; K,
V. (unci Crnb Orchard, Ky.
hhiloh'n Catarrh Remedy, n po.iilve cure fur
ert A; Stag;, Stanford, Ky. J Cruw - Co.,
Ky.; B. W.Jone, Crab Orchard, Ky
Why will you cough when Shi oh' Cure will
gte immediate relief? 1'rice ioc, joe and $i.oo
McKobert.ftSt.ijR, Stanford, Ky., Crow A- Co.
Ate Kinney, Ky.J 1J. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky.
freezing, we are all so familiar with, in
public buildings, and so conducive to
pneiinionlas, colds, sore throats ri. ....!
It seems verv natural to be at the
Hourbon House, whom we "put up" Ih-
fore. Mainuiaand I are at the hotel.
Tho girls are guests of Mr. nnd Mr.
Craddock Is as good and kind as can
be. I think lie regards this as, in some
sense, his meeting; seeing lie took the
trouble of drumming for us, at a critical
period, when the devil might have kept
away by u very little turn of the
wheel.' We know tho colonel nnd his1
wurth, better than ever before. When
vou got down to his "true inwardness"
he's a first-rate old follow. As a
if news, I never nw his match.
AVhen one sees the Hiiia.Ing number and
variety of items in a single issue of the1
and then icllcctson
the continuous labor involved in dishing
up a similar feast of fresh tidings for
hungry readers, in such tirele success-
ion, one no longer wonders
thy editor is "worn to a fraz." He is
thin.'hut wiry and vigonms, and will live
and die si walking iuturogatioti point.
Wo will esteem it amply wortli tho Is-1
it if we can only help this indefatigable
caterer to the endless wants of
vouring public to a little, or much, more
of the same kind of religion we were in-1
strumeiital in bringing into ids hard-
worked life six years ago. It was the
good news of a Ood and Savior, Who only
asked him to believe "as best lie
could," that captured him then. And I
trust tlio further discovery that tho dear
Loin, treats us on the same generous
principles, "all along the line," will win
Ids cheerful service in the future. You
might as well try to i.mvr. the entire
mule ciop of 'SS without reins as to coerce
our woithy editor. Hut ho will
i.u.M) well, I am sure, if you get the right
tiling in front of him. Ho disdains a
"curb." 1 think ho will go well with a
And hero I cannot refrain from recording
my sorrow that tho Good Loan's
method of dealing witli saint and einucr
is so misunderstood. lie is over taken
for n Instead of n loving
Father. Men who come to Him for the
first time, draw near, looking fora stroke
of the lash; a remand to thu "hired servants'"
quarters; a repellant look of virtuous
indignation, just because they are
sinners. They do not believe "This Man
receivethsixxEits andcateth witli them."
They tlo not understand that any ungraciousness
in bestowing a "free gift,"
voiiltionlviii.iiio.voit tin: oii:ii. Tills ,
'thuyutv "nilliiiKly ifciionuit of," that !
' "Cliriwt .It'rtiiH timie into tlio world toh.m:
hIhihW not to worry thuin, or Imlly
FARM AND TRADE ITEMS.
The Carl Me Mercury reportH the Hale
of .00 common cwch at St.-o. i
Will A. Hail sold to A. 1 Mimu'l,
ley 12 hog at 4J cts.
II. M, Johnson sold to Johnson lit
head 1,(K) -pound cattle at 5 cents. j
I'd Carter rohl to A. T. Nunnelley
L'O head of cattle at I cts.
-J. M. iV .1. C. Held sold to A.T.
a car load of cattle at
1 C. SimdidKo sold to Wakefield,
Mooreland vv Co. L'O head fat
cuttle at If cents.
The Midway Clipper reports sales of
itoOliairclsofcornatSl.oOaud SIX) barrels
of shelled old corn at S'-.l-K
-Potatoes are selling in Davenport,
. nt fmm ,.. tQ ,8 C(;nlH per ,,,,,,, ..
,i1oiih as low as 12 cents per bushel
A. T. Niinnelley shipped to Atlanta
Saturday to Cqx ft Hill a car-load of
Southern homos, for winch he paid from
sm to s iav
-W. H. Traylor has bought 1,1)00 barrels
of corn at $1.50 delivered on thecars.
lie boimht most of it in the Antiocli
. . . .
, rUllClUlter jf0W8,
....,i wimt Wl,ro hoi,j i,nniKht poor prices.
Mountain cattle brought from 2 to .".
A Im Ul,w mM t fr0M)
- ,. t() 4,s C'r,,wd fair,
u tie KiU of j c Inpm Imst wet.k
Ins t10 Kt.tllL.kv Circuit of
Fairs. W. J. I .vie was made permanent
j. . .j. , ..viwntive cnmniittcf
un,j T. jM M,irtiii secretary. One of the
0j,.,.t(, 0( tie association is to prevent a
mniii:t 0f ,aW mui tlu, following list
was arranged: Harrodsburg, July 150;
Danville, August fl; Sharpsburg, Aug. lil;
Maysville, August 20; U'xington, August
27; Paris, September it; Cynthiana, Sep
tember 10; Kminence, September 17. The
meeting at each place is to continue five
Rev. Hen Helm will preach the
Thanksgiving sermon in the Clnistian
The eveningservices at the Christian
church will commence until further no-
.: ill ..'.,1.,..l. ii.ut.i.wl .if 7
. , . Catholic ,, , will
A colored Congress
V..Jl.t.,.... .Ii.nni.PV 1. TI...PO
I IIVVl l IlllfllllllVIII " ,' " .---.-
mo believed to be 200,000 olored Catholics
in the Tnited States.
Carlisle hits passed atiordinancetliat
oiurht to be adopted and enforced every
where. It makes the chewing ami
of tobacco upon the iloor or carpot
of a church an oll'ense punishable on
conviction by a line of not less than $:t
nor more than $10.
The Cincinnati ICxpoMtion lost just
$110,000 for itis btockliolilers.
-Henry V. Kinjr, of Jhieae.o,Vns
nhot ami killed at the Hotel I'axton in
Omaha by a woman who claimed to be
his wife.' Kiii hail only recently remarried.
The Hopkins it manufactory
and W. II. Hdinjrur's wholesale Hour
house, Louisville, Mitl'ored lire looses Fi
the former to the amount of $.0,000
and the latter of .0,000; nearly covered
A. S. Gentry, the local editor of the
Pembroke Criterion, a paper published
in Clnistian county, lias brought suit
against the city of Hopkinsville for permitting
a crowd of boys and men to run
him out of town, tiring toy pistols at
him, when he camo'to work against tho
railroad tax at the polls.
Tho mail service cost the country
$')S,l'J0,tX)l during tlio last llscal year or
inoro than it paid. The number
of letters mailed was l,7i,SOO,000;
postal cards mailed newspapers
and periodicals mailed l,0(t:t(100,0(K);
pieces of third nnd fourth-dims matter,
;t72,000,000; total :i,r7.s,ooo,ooo.
During the year pieces of
mail matter were received at tho Dead
better Olllce. Of the number 7W,HV.
were restored to tho owners without
opening. Of tlio number of pieces opened
there were recordt'd i!0,5l: containing
money amounting to ll,(WS contained
postal notes amounting to $.1,708;
j;l,:W8 contained negotiable paper, etc.,
amounting to ;,:IW,0U1 face value.
LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY.
W. A. Arnold sold Ids residence on
Danville Avenue to Mrs. Nilliu IIiirtiH,
vriven Mr. Arnold!
nnd family will move to lily fnnn in the
I.. Cruteher, trustee of J. C. lift-
lean, maiie a sale of his ell'ects the lltli
inst. The sale was satisfactory to all
concerned. The farm containing ili."
acres, brought $(0 per acre. I
A Paris paper says Ilev. Frank Cheek ,
refused to make an announcement to Ids
congregation of the postponement of the
Barnes meeting, giving as his reasons for
not doing so that Harnes is an Independ
ent. .From this we suppose that Rev. i
Cheek is not an independent and lias '
set out to teach onlv what the bosses I
told him he must teach when he pursued
his studies nt the theological institute.'
Ilro. Cheek would never have heard of
the Cross if Jesus Christ had not been i
im independent. I
Severe censure has been heaped upon
'Squire Weiser for the unyielding position
lie took in the Dilgercase. Without
question, the 'Squire deserves condemnation
for his seemingly dogged determination
to never consider the question
of right and justice as between
and the citizens at large. Hut is it
not a little strange that every one has a
kick for tho old gentleman of great legal
attainments, when his construction of
the law is in keeping with many of the
past technical decisions of our highest
court, by which murderers as heinous
as Dilger lias been turned loose upon the
community? So 'Squire Weiser is a
good lawyer after the fashion. He demanded
one instruction of the Judge,
which was refused, bul after deliberation
the court gave it and the 'Squire
scored another point. The only trouble
with the 'Squire is that he is a good lawyer
nnd a capital Judge, but n very poor
juror "for the people."
Highland. Dr. Mullins nnd wife
have gone to northern Kentucky, where
I suppose they will make their home.
Miss Morgan and Mr. Hughes debated
"Women's Suffrage" at the Hastin school-house
last Saturday night. Mr. Frank
linker, of Worchester, 0., who bus been
visiting his brother Charles at this place
for sometime, has returned to Portsmouth,
O., where he anticipates spending
the winter nnd returning in the
spring. Miss. Edith Morgan's school
will terminate at this place the 22d. The
class completing the common school
course will deliver essays on the afternoon
of the same day and it will also
give a reunion on the night of the commencement.
We anticipate n grand
time. Mrs. I.. Spires, from Kansas, arrived
at this place last Sunday. She found
many eager friends awaiting her arrival.
Mr. Charles Baker has at last concluded
that Highland is a poor place to goto to
.get thread "just because! Miss Morgan
will organize a normal school at this
place this winter-.
The Court of Appeals has allirmed
the decision sentencing David Roberts,
who murdered James Kendall in Morgan
county in 1SSI, to 21 years in the
After the minder Roberts
caped to Missouri, but was caught and
... . . , .
'"ri' " " 'V ' ."v.v.w
mau recently, lie is (l and his sentence
is equal to life impiisoumcnt.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best (.live in the unrhl lor cuts, bruises
soriH, ulcers, null rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
Hands, chilblains, lorm! and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay re-
qulrctl. It Is guaranteeii to u;ie pericci .uisiac
tlon or money refunded Price 15 cents per box.
Kor kale by A R Penny, Stanford, Ky
Is Consumption Incurabla ?
Head the following: Mr C II Morris, Newark,
Ark., i.ay: "Was down with Abscess of
the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced
me me an incurable consumptive, llcpm taking
Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Consumption,
am now on my third bottle and able to ovirsee the
work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever
made" Jesse Middtewart, Dec.Uur, Ohio, says:
"Had it not been for Dr King's New Discovery
fur Consumption I wjuUI base died of I.iihk
Troubles. ,m (riven up by doctors. Am now
in the bist of ho.illli ' Suinple bottles free nt
A It lnn's druif store
This remedy is becoming o well known and so
popular us to need no special mention All who
It.ne used Electric Hitters fdnu; the satnu son of
praise. A purer medicine does not etit and it Is
guaranteed to do all th.it I. claimed Electric
Hitters will cure all diseases of the I.lser nnd Kidneys,
will remove Pimples, Hulls, Salt Hheiim and
other alfeclloiu caused by Impure blood Will
drive Malaria from the stcm uud prevent as
well as cure all Malarial I'esers. I'or litre of
Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric
Hitters, Entire; satisfaction gnuranteed or
money refunded. Price 50c and it per bottle a
A H Penny's drnr store
GEO. A. KOMEK,
BANKER AND BROKER
40 & 43 Hroaduay nnd 51 New Street,
NKV YORK CITY.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and
HOUUHT.SOLDA: CARUIED ON MAKGIN
P. for explanatory pamphlet. 61 ty
S" f wr
A tr 1 J -
T. R. WALTON
Currants. Citron, Haisins, Figs,
ted Coooaniit, Gelatine, Corn Starch,
. Chocolate, Bztraots, &c.
Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Dlaccaroni,
Cheese, Dried Beef, Canned Goods
Sausage Grinders, Butcher Knives, Sage, Cayenne and
. Black Pepper.
Sweet and Sour Pickles -Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum,
UfTPriccs. always reasonable
This notice forewarns humor. fUhcrmrn anil
tithir not to trupasi on our land without tier
mission, at utl such will bo prosecuted to the lull.
cm extent of the law. Signed. '
T.J. HILL, C1EO. D. HOPPER '
I M. McROllEKTS,JR. M. S. HAUUH.MA.N,
KUltl .MCAI.ISl t.K, I.K IIRUCK
S. 11 SIIA.M.M, 3,11. ll(Ulill.llrt.,
MRS. HKNRY ltAlTiHMAN, A M FKI.AN'D
A New Livery, Feed and Sale Stable!
I have purchased the brick Stable on
Depot Street, Stanford,
I'ormerlv occupied bv I E llriae, but more re-
cently by John II Carpenter 1 baso put tho Stable
in thorough repair and am furnishing it with
feed of all kinds, a brard
NeV StOCk Of BUggieS,
And am prepared l acconimodatei!l who may
favor me with their patronage (live ni a trial,
fnf J N.MEM'KKE.
1TE"W CO A. YABD.
I am Afe'eit For The
SUPERIOR LILY COAL,
And will keep It constantly on hands in my yards
Also Limo. Sand and Ha r.
Give me a (Jail. ,
JOHN II. HIGOINS,
R. B. GEOGHEGAN,
M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER,
511 4TH AVENUE,
The Nobbiest & Most Stylish
Everbrouxhlto the city of I.onnville, now open
including the world-renowned I
IMI(1U n inl.., n csTrTonsJ 0 rvnio UATO
nrtUA&OUnn D.OICIOUn UU O.nniO (
, , .,
Anda'somy own importation of Iinfjlish Hats
and Cups. AneIegantlineotCar.es and Lyon's
Ce.ebr.ted Umbrellas always on hand. Kin.
SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS,
Gloves and other Furs, specialty. Orders out- '
sldeof city solicited, perfect satisfaction
teed. Don't tail toorJcr a NOHI1Y HAT. U tyr
KElTTTTaK - Sr.
- gOODS. - -
T. K. Walton-.
KentuckyGentral R. R.
"JBlVrjUS GRASS ROUTE."
THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE
To all Points
FAST LINE BETWEEN
LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI.
SCIIEDUI.K IN KFKECT MAY to, iSsW.
No . No. 4. 1 No6.
I'. Sun. , Daily. 1 1.x. Sun.
Lve Covington.... 8 30 a m 8 is p ml ' !J P m
l.ve haunoutn 10 oj am 9 j5 p inj 3" V m
l.ve Cynthiana ... it 03 a m 10 V p m 4 3 P "
Arr Paris . ii 40 a ni 10 to i 111 5 lo P m
Arr Lexington ... 3 P '" " 3 1' "i . ,u f "
l.ve Paris 1150 a in 10 js p in 5 2 V m
Arr Winchester... it 15 P mn 5 P "i
Arr Richmond.... l 00 p mi 10 n m
Arr Lancaster.... $ 10 P 11 8 i3 p in
Arr Stanford 6 (H p in 8 40 p in
l.ve Richmond ., 05 p in'.,
Arr Herea 3 .0 p m .,
North- Houlh. Nc. 3. No. i No. 5.
l.ve I.ivinjslon. S 00 n in
Lve Herea 10 7$ a in
Arr Richmond 11 45 am
LveSunfoVJ.; 70am j ij n in
Lee Lancaster.... 8 10 am 3 45 -1 "
Arr Richmond. It 00 a ml 6 jo a 111
Lve Richmond. ... I 30 p ml 6 50 a 111
Arr Winchester.. i 5 p m 7 40 a m
ArrPans 3 5 P '" 8 tj a in
Lve Lexlugton ... 3 00 p m, 7 35 a mi 3 00 p in
Lve Paris 3 40 p mi 0 30 a in 3 5 P"
Lve Cynthiana ... 4 06 p in 9 ofi a in 4 30 p m
Lve Falmouth... . 1 51 p in 10 03 a in 5 SPi
Arr Covington. ... 6 00 p m 11 35 am 6 50 p m
On theaysville Hranch, N06. leaves Paris at
8 30, a 111 and No. 11, at 520, p in, arriving at
Maysville at 10 jo, a m, and 740, p m. No. 10
leaves Maysv'ille at 6 00, a in, arriving at Pans at
8 to, a in. No. u leaves Maysville at 105 and
arrives at Paris 11 3 35, p in. These trains are
daily except Sunday.
No. 31 leaves Covington at 8 30 a m, arrives at
Falmouth at 10 30 a ni; Sunday only. No. 31
leaves Falmouth at 4 30 p m, arrives ut Cov ington
nt 6 30 p m; Sunday only. No. 15 leaves Lexington
7 15 p m, arrives Paris 7 51 p ni. No. 8 leaves
Covington 5 to p 111, arrives Falmouth 7 to p m.
No 7 leaves Falmuutli at 5, jo n m, nrrives at Cos
ington at 7 50 a in.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
NOTE. Trains 1 and 4 are daily between Win-
Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other
trains are daily except ."sunuay.
Direct connection is made at Winchester with
Chsapeake & Ohio for Ml. Stcrliu, Ashland
lliutinijlon, vnariesian, vv . a. nnu rvasiernciuc
FnST LINK. Nos. ianU4 run via Winches.
ter.Ahohd trains with rullinan Meeplng Jars. be.
tween Cinrinnati and Richmond, Va., and Yin.
Chester ana Washington.
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Traveling Pass'g'r Act., Ucii'l Pass'g'rAijt.,
Lexington, ky. Covington, Ky.
H.K HUNTINO'ipN, Generaltanager.
OonOfflcoa. CovlngTton, Kentucky.