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it lv rre wmmmsmmmmmsammammmmm K" it Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Published Every Tuesday and Friday r S3 PER YKAK.IX ADVANCE MrWhen not a piid 32, DO will be charge.!." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at 4:50 p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North ...11 31pm " " " South..., t 31pm Express train " South ...II 37P" " Norths... 1371111 Loral Freight North .....630 am South. 3i3pm The latter trains also carry passengers The above I calculated on standard time. Solar time it about to minutei faster B0YAl tj kk POWDER Absolutely Pure Tbi powder never varies. A marvel purity, strength and wholesomencss. More economical than the ordinary kind and can not be sold in competitlou with the multitude of low tell, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL IIAKINU POWDKR CO., 18 106 Wall street. New York. DENTIST. Office on Lancaster street, opposite court-house Stanford, Ky. . II. B. WILSON, With THOMPSON & BOYD, Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in every style and finish known to the trade. Race and Trotting Equipments a speqalty. No. 33 East Mam Street, LE IN'GTON, Ky. Settle With James Frye. AH persons know in j themselses to be indebted to M. I.. Richards, either for soods or seasons of colts, will iiase trouble by settling same wtth James Frye as I have put them in his hands for settlement. 44 M.L. RICHARDS. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,' MT. VEBNOX, Iv V. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention given to diseases of children POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without permission, as all such will be prosecuted to the full-1 est extent of the law Signed T.J. HILL, GEO D. HOPPER, J.M. McKOllKRTSJR. M. S. IJAUGH.MAN, i OUT McALISTKK. l.E IIRUCE - ,, T-e C II 1J AftrMIX, v O. II. oil.-, rw j, o ii. unuiii.io... MRS. HENRY BAUGHMAN. A M. FELAND E.T. PENCE, JOHN W HOLMES. A.J. HA YD EN, i C. l'AKUISH, D.V. HOLMES THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor No Hotel In Kentucky has a reputation, and its proprietor is detcrmint,,! lli.t shall be maintained. He has recentlj'added to Its appointments Pool and Billiard Parlors Also A First-Class Livery Stable To accommodate the demands of his increased transient patronage. Ilest Turnouts furnished Commercial Traveler and other. THE G ALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDING TO ROOMS. TURKISH & RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTEL. R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, Gil 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tho Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stoct of -HATS, Ever lroin,'htto the city ol I.ou.sviile, now opei. including the world-renowned KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HAJS Andnlsomr own importation of Knjjliih Hati .and Caps An elegant line c. Cane and Lyon's Celcbriucd Umbrellas always iw hand Tint SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Gloves and otlur Furs, a specialty Ordeta out aide of city perfc t satlsfiutior guaran teed, Don't tail to order a NOUItV II VI', 11 i) When Patterson, the murderer, was hnngvtl here little more than a year ao, in the crowd were two men sliRlitly. in- toxicated. They were companions ami seemed to llnd a great deal of low gratification in the scene, and during Patterson's 50 minutes of slow torture their gibes and jokes continued without interruption. After the negro's body was cut down these men wero among the llrst to secure a small piece of the rope. Going across the street they ordered two glasses of whisky. Ik'fore swallowing the whisky they dropped a small bit of the rope in their glasses and then tipped to their future happiness and prosperity, while the other bummers in theirroggery stood aghast at their heartless levity. On theBcallold, where they had just ed a brute's dyint; agonies, was a reserve rope always provided for an aceident. The noose had been nuule anil it was wiupped up in n piece of paper. One of the men referred to, Chas. Diler, was banned Wednesday morning with that identical rope, and his sullerinjis weie more horrible, if possible, than those of the negro, whose writhings made him so merry. The other man, Sam Scenlen, is awaiting trial for the brutal murder of his wife, and has, besides, suffered for more than a year from a painful wound in the head, made in an attempt to suicide. If he does not die at the rope's end it will be because this wound will finish him, as now seems probable. The chief disabilities for which pensions are granted? That is a question everybody asks. There appear to be a geueral curiosity concerning the injuries men receive in battle and army life. Well, in round numbers 120,000 pension era suffered gunshot wounds. Eleven or twelve thousand of these were hit in the face, 2,IW0 in the neck, 9,000 in the chest, U.oOO in the back, 11,000 in the shoulder, 14,000 in the hand, 21,000 in the thigh, 1!),000 in the leg and 7,000 in the foot. Of the amputations 3,000 were of the arm 1,400 a part of the hand, and only 4 of tho hand itself. While 2.S00 legs were taken off ami 1,400 parts of feet, only 4 amputations of the foot alone are on the records. More than 40,000 cases of disability are charged to rheumatism anil more than 55.000 to chronic diarrhea. There are about 800 cases of total blind- uess, the same number of loss of sight of ; one eye, 150 cases of one eve lost, 10,000 ' diseas'es of the eyes, 1,500 "total deafness and. 9,000 of partial deafness. I The soldiers of the late war are now scattered nil over the world. Kvery I quarter pension money ordeis or checks i are sent to Mexico, Alaska, Central and I South America, China, India ami even j to Oreenlaud and Iceland. All told, there are nearly 2.500 pensioners who reside in foreign countries, many of them widows of soldiers who have returned to their native lands to pass their declining years with the old folks at home. . ; Atone factory in tho United Statts there are manufactured between two ' nnd three tons of postal cards a day all , the year round. The largest order even filled for one city was 4,000,000 cards, or I about 12 tons of paper, for New York. ' There are 450,000,000 postal cards manufactured annually, and their use i- daily. M.niuOEor the Eiiitok. Ye editor was married yesterday to Miss Mary Sell- ett, one of the most charming ladies we hare erer met. Thoe ow ing us on subscriptions or job work will greatly tate uie purcme 01 r.vj. carpets, corn- j UJ. ,inc rr(unded U is carefully compounded wood, Ac, by fettling at once Dexter by an experienced ami slllllul physician and (Texas I beiltinel. j adapted to woman's delicate organisation. It is . . purely cseulle In its composition ami perfectly The fflllinine shoulder, which lias for harmless m its effects in any condition time been treated br tteY,and i$ ''d under , . , ", lifaction in eeay cms or money paid for it re in a manner to make it look as square es flinied possible, 19 about to slope Oil". The pouf Tor Constipation or SLk Hcadatlie, use Dr Will go, according to the Paris fashion, ', 1'ierco's I'ellets, purely tgetalje. One adase. and then the curve will again be natural - and revealed. J WALLACE 12. VARNON, The Prince of Wales is head over heels in debt, despite the fact tbnt he from the Knglish people about $2So,000 per year. London bankers, it is said, quietly light shy of his paper' even w'hen proil'ered by him. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The lest sals e in the world fur cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, tutter,chap. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup.a tlons and positively euros piles, or no pay required. It it guaranteed to kivc perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, l'rice 25 cents per box For sale by A. K. 1'eiiny, Stanford, Ky The Verdict Unanimous. V. I). Suit, diugist, Uippus, Ind , testifies '1 can recommend Electric Hitlers as the very best remedy Every nettle soid has given relict In every cue .One man took i bottles and was cured of ItheuiiMtitm of 10 ) cars' standing. ' Abraham Hare, druggist, llvllesillc, Ohio, affirms: "The best selling medicine I base ever handled In mj o ears' experience is Electric Hitters." Thousands of utlwsluive added their testimony, so that the ucrdictis unanimous that Electric Hitler do cur.) all difeatesof the I.ner, Kidne) or Wood. Only half dollar abottlo.it A. U I'enny's drus tore Is onsumption Incurabl 0 ? Head the following: Mr C. II MorrU, New. ' iuk,A(k, saw "W'a. doun with Ahscu of the Lunirs, and friends and i ed me me mi Incurable consuiupiue,. llcK'an ; in Dr Klnir's New Discos erv for Consumntion. 1 am now on my third bottle and able to oversee the ' work on in) farm It U the finest inodicine user made'' Jee Mlddlcsv.ut, Decatur, Ohio, j):! "ll.ul It not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption I would base died of Lung Troubles. Wat i;ivon up by tlortnrs Am now In the lust of heulth.V Sample bottle free a A It renin's druj; store Why'ls It ,,, ,,oW. ....K.r .oi.K always compialnmjr aboutthat continual tired leeliiis? One bottle of Dengs' Mood I'linller and Hlnod Maker will en- t,relvre,.,oe,hls.eells.BiveaetaSWdJppel aud rctulaU dijcstion. A. It I'etiny, i 1 , u A Asxiknt Hiuioky. Judas died In the horrors of a loathsome suicide; Cainphus j was leposel the year sHjIIowuik; Herod died in ini.tmy una exiie. 01 his procuratorship shortly afterwards on the very charges ho had tried by a wicked concession to avoid, Pilate wearied out by misfortunes, diet! in suicide and banishment, leaving behind him an execrated name. The house of Annas was destroyed a generation later by an infuriated mob, and his son was dragged through the streets and neourged and beaten to his place of murder. Some of those who shared in and witnessed the scenes of that day and thousands of their children, also shared in and witnessed the long horrors of that seine of lein, which stands unparalleled in histo ry for its unutterable tearfulness. The Bureau of Statistics at Washington lias issued n volume in which the comparative drinking powers of different people are discussed. It appears we hold our own and upwards. Of distilled spirits the United States consumes LIS gallons per capita, the United Kingdom Kngland Scotland, Ireland and Wales .IKS gallons per capita, Germany 1.01), ami Canada .84 gallons. Of malt liquors the United States consumes 11.1X1 per capita, the United Kingdom .'12.SS and Germany 2 l.W. A farm laborer In China Is hired by the year at from $S to 314, with food, clothing, head-sharing and tobacco. From 8 to 10 cents per day and tho noon day meal for ordinauy day's work; but 10 to 20 cents per diem, with live meals, or :0 cents per day without food, for planting and harvesting rice. Food averages little more than a dollar a month for each member of of a farmer's s mt s Tramp Madame, I haven't had anything but a soup bone to gnaw in three weeks. Can I die somewhere on your place? Lady of the Hoiue (relentingly) Yes, you may go down b.ick of the wood lot and die in the onion patch; but, mind you, don't you struggle all over those young shoots. Texas Sidings. Tl"-' following interesting personal re "PW'd in an Omaha newspaper "iIn aml f1hm1' of California, passed through Omaha in a special car Moil"7- Mr. Flood was in a casket and "' wi,,0H' " taking his remains home for burial. Flood died some months ago u lermany." To U)ake a KQod (mi(, meU iroe poilma o(k,IU n ftqHllrt o( WIlter an(, then drop in gradually a small quantity of nitric and. When this ingredient is added, the mixture is to be taken from the fire and allowed to cool. The hottest weather erer known in the United States was felt at 1'liuMitx, Ariz., in June, l!y:i, when the thermour oter marked 111)8. There are :U0,0n) miles of railroad in operation in the world, of which 1S1.000 are in America, Seal Skin Sacques $1 Each! This is a great offer Just imagine the army if ladies that will besiege the ilorx until the last sacUe is gone if the bargain is ever offered llwt how much more wonderful an opportunity is that presented to e pry suffering woman by the pru, pnetors of I)r I'ierc's Fa6ritc 1'rescriptlHsi. 1 his remedy is a guaranteed cure fur all Ihtxe distressing ailment peculiar to the weaker sex. It is guaranteed that tf it does not effect a cure moil Attorney at Law, Stanford, ----- Koiitucky. Will practice in all the courts of tint and adjoin-lie counties mi'1 In the courts of appeal OiTice over Mc Ko'.cru ri htagj's druif store Mivery, ced and Se Stablcl f jt. m ,m 1 rui ' a mimSM 1 W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, K.V . Oood turnruts and saddle horses always for hire on reasonable terms London Is the mestconven. lent point on the railroad f) reich places in tht in the mountain w lion of the 10 1 - - - - 1 1 1 vi 1 una txcKnjxmmmiammjmmr e) tOUISVIltt HtVS A NEAV FAST MAIL! Leaving lioth LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Dail' Secures to Travelers,- - THE MOST RAPID ROUTE i:r attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio Uiser and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and m lit comfortable trains be tween ill points In the houth, or to the West and Northwest, The counterpart of this train on all mnk lines is denominated The Limited Exnrcss. The superb rollin; stock tie employ gives patrons umimucu comiori. MtTAt all Coupon Ticket Olfices In the Soutli you will find our time tablet and tickets. Say - sect Monon and stick (o .Monon, if you want ,0 moIle. anU he a pleasant journey, Ii O. McCOKMICK. General Passenter Azent, Chicago , M. fflKl. Ky E. A Tobhewck, uv me it , Cincinnati Ohir, XV. F. McCLARY Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to the Pemocratic I'rimary Elec lion 10 be held In October. W. L. DAWSON It a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, tub jret to tho action of the Democracy OTIS P. NEWLAND It n Candidate fur Jailer of Lincoln County, subject to the ac lion of the Democracy. SAM M. OWENS Is a Candidate f r re. election n J alter of Lincoln county, auolcci to the action of the Democratic party. G. S. CARPENTER Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. J. N. MENEFEE Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the l.liKuln County Democracy. E. D. KENNEDY Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Countv, subject to (he actum of the Democracy. 31. F. Ilrliiklcy Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic part). Klec.ion August, i8g4. Attention, Coal IlurncrN. I keep on hand a No t quilitv of Jellico, Lily and Nut Co.tl in my yard heave your orders at Yard or S. S Myers' steru and they will be attend, ed to promptly. J. U IliCOlNS, 6j Stafford ky tDCJ 3 Amendments to Arliclssjfl uj?pj:i, ion op Tim-Cumberland Valley Land Co. The unilenijiicil iharcholders of the Cumberland Valley Land Cnmnanv amend the said Cum niny's Articles of Incorporation, heretofore tiled for reord August 1, 18S7, in the otlice of the clerk 01 the Lincoln County Court, liaviii thcrctolore been duly acknovt leiuied, as follows I The fust and third sections of stud articles are so amended at to include within the scope of the t'ompany'soperations, in addition to the conn ties of Harlan and Hell, the counties of Knox, Whitley, Laurel, Clay, l'erry, Letcher, I'nwell, Wolfe, llrcathltt, Lee, Leslie, Knott, Maiullin, Johnson, Martin, Morgan, Hath, Kowan, l.lllntt, Laurence, lloyd, Carter, I'lemmint;, Lew. Is, (Jreen, Owsley, Jackson, lloyd, Wavnc, Cumberland, I'ike, Pulaski, Kockcastle, and Lincoln, In which said additional counties) It shall be lawful for the said Company to tmusiict its business of purchasing and selling lands, the mining and sale of coal, iron and all other ores and minerals and the manufacture and sale of Iuii.lnr. II Suction 4 Is so amended n tnut the capital stock of said Company, instead of one hundred aud fifty thousand dollars, shall be one million dollars, in shares of one hundred dollars each, which said shares shnll he Issued to the stockholders by certificates when Jjo has been paid on each share thereof subscribed for, and the l'rrsldent nnd Secretary of said company are hereby uiithorlicd and directed to issue the stock accordingly. Witness our hands this 17th day of July, i&Su, VlNCKNT IIOHklM,, J. S. HoCkER, it. Iicivii, hyj. A. CitArr, I. A Ckapt, J W. Mwnn.v. W. I' Walton, - J. H. IlisniiAni, W. O. Wklcii. W K Hamskv, J.jiin W.lox. Jr., J J lAMKIlU IPX, For Sl I I wish to sell my farm 01 63 acres sltuitcdoti the Lancaster pike two miles from Stanford. The land Is all in grass; a comfortable dwelling ol 4 rooms is situated upon It Will sell ut a b.irgiln. ti O. A. HKN EDICT, Stanford. For Hsnt or S,lo. IlmidHoine New Cottage, Containing six good rooms, situated on Main St., opposite Stanford Kem.ils College Apply to 43 MKb nVGH HEID. Hails, Shingles ani Shoes For Sale, Ten Thousand I'lit Kails acd 10,000 Poplar Shingles, 1 hasn on hand Men's, Women s Misses' and Children's Shoes, made by Alter, Forwood it Co. and Mundelle, which I will sell nt the very lowest prices I have bought them nnd they mutt be sold. My stock is complete and those who want bargains can get them by railing. I mean W C IsVU.KV. Turnerssllle. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Kenavated and Kefurniihed. First class Fare and Reasonable Trues, Day and nUhl Trains are met by Polite Porters 01 this Poputai House. Established 1825. FOR mSTTRAlTOE On Duellings, H'Urliold furniture, Si ,es, Mer clundise, Ac , app y t the old Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co, Lightning clauses attiched ani damages paid whether tire ensues or not. 17 Ci KO H ItKl'CK, Agent. WOOD WALLAgE", Men's Outfitter ! jl) lourth Avenue, Louisville, - - Kentucky. NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. This old and welt-known Koielns still maintain ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public M.P NKWCOMH, Vtty., Mt Vernon, Ky. 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., STANFORD, KY. Drtice on Lancaster Street, opposite Having removed to this place from Liberty, to practice his profession, calls the attrition ol the I pub lie to the fact that lie tll le ready at all hour ' dty or night to inirr calls In town or country. Thirty years ofhlt Isle were spentin Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as a physician and surgeon A share ol the age ol the people ofatanford and vicinity isasked by him. 65 G. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD. KV Wells drilled to or Jrr ani Pumps lurnishrd it factory prices, J r.T'SHs ssS9Sss1KlrkMa" l ' J. T. STJTTOIT & CO., HUSTON VILLE, KY I 1 Are still in the luisin'ss a- 1 tea y I d anv , thins; In the I ndortsuni; rr r ne a iuif stork of Cases and Caskeisof i.'l kinds and Kobes i f every ile. criptijn Our li- irse mi, i is nearly . , . . i t .... . ... , . i ii new can oe oinsiueu .-n snun iwu n j OrecH has Harifrofeur ani il! sho osir coods to any one needint; in our line. 4 tf I. M. HRICE, LIVERY. SALS AND TEED STABLE, j i STAN Ft ) II D, KV SI'KCIAL ATTENTION t COMMLUt ll. travelers Horses and mules bouulu an ' sold. Onlj hnrsesnnd ve'u Ies used in l.icr) Also agent for the WALTER A.WOOD HARVESTING CO- Old Kj. Route ! N N. .V M Co K D Only one Night out to NevYork. Solid Trains to Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimoro, Now York, Passing all the Famous Ireinia Sprluics hy day. light and urns ins ut Old I'cjint Cumfiirt and the Sea Slior." the nest altcrnoon Time Card in Effect July 1, iffy. fastMaif FustVes fVs LASTW'ARD I I)ail Impress. Ksprcs y. Sun Hall) Daily l.ve Stiinford 12 jl n n 3 17 uin Lexington Ill 4s am fi 30 pm 7 i" m Winchester la 35 pin ft jA pm1 8 10 am " K. U.Junclioa .. 1 0.1 pn. " Ml. Sterling 1 ij pm ... mn 1 -I . ji am " l'reslun a n- pin I 0 jo am " Morehead 3 10 pin I 41 pm 10 ij .1111 ' Olive Hill 4,01 pm I I 05 am ' Ashland 6 05 pm in 40 pm 1 19 pin " Cattettsburg 6 to in 10 53 pm 1 4$ pin 1 Huntington . ... 6 50 pin it jo am 1 13 pm Arr White Sulphur... 6 it am in aj pm ' Charlottssillc,. .. 11 00 am 4 dj am " Washington. m 1 30 p1 11 1 8 m am " llaltlinure ... 3 13 l""l Q " "" " I'hiladelphla b jj piti'it jo am I N'cm Vork 9 10 jitnl j m pin j " Klclimoiid, Va,, a an pm oj am 1 Olili'oiiitCoinloit 3 "5 l" 11 3u mi Norfolk o jj pn 13 00 u Returning, Vrstihuled from New York and all lastcrn Miiulk arrives ut Willi hestur 404 11 m and Liixlniton 4 I? p in daily. Fnt mad Irum lliinlinieton and all points eut urriscs WhicIih. tar 11 jj amaiid Lesiugli'ii it 45 noon l.nl l!. cept Sunday express from llulnlngioti, I'.ukersl urg and Wheeling arnvvt Lexington lots p in dally I Olive Hill accommodation nirlsM Wineliestur 710 a 111 and Lexington 1 10 a 111, Iujs es Lcxiiigtun ' 5 40 p 111, W'mclie.tir 6 40, F'or tickets and liiferiiulinn wrinior npplr to C. W. IIAUNKV.ncliOt uent I S A. IIKOMIIKIUi. Trav laxs Agt I J L MIMt I'll V.licis'l I'tss Artt J D VAKKlNfilON.id V I' , Lexiiifion, Ky I i 5, 1 03 2. P. H 0 P s p P p 1 0 jr. o c ta T P s? a O o S, o o'P 2 p r - ra -. O S-age CJ AP p. j o 5 J. fS V) IT? a 1 S O n S o it (TJ " ti g TJ P. p C - 2. p. g o p O ' Ai 1 P 3 P Jo e WM. ADAMS & SON, l HKOADUA. LEXINGTON, - - KY. 6 ANTEE' CHICKEN s Cholera Cure ! K C'tBr ssvQiaL Thousands of dollars worth pi .hirkens die every year from Choi ra. It is more fatal to chickens than ill other diseases combined. Hut the hsrovcry ol a remedy tnut fcsitivti) ttr; it has been made, and to be con winced of its efiicacy only reiinre a T.il ; bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar in teed If,ifter using two-thirds of 1 bottle, the buyer is not thoioughlv .irsfied with it as a cure for Chicken 'h i!era, return it to the utidci signed md oiir money will be refunded For i lr McKorn A. "Usg.Suir.lard Kentucky Central R.R. "jiiat'i. cj hash wot ric. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE I r 1 1 CENTRAL KENTUCKY FAST Ltt.'K 11KTWEEN LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. M.IILDIUIN lUrKCl .MA. 11, itSo No i. N, No 6 South llminU ... 1-x Sun , . j l. Sun Daily l.ve Cincinnati 10 m 01 (t in J' pm, Lve lovincl'i' lao am loopm 45 p ni Lve Falmouth. 4 Hi a 1; p m ( 0 p in Arr I'aris 11 10 a us 10 j p pi 5 40 p m Arr I,tin'lon It CO l (vj j, m 10 p in l.ve Fans II M U J 4S p in Arr Winchester. 11 sj imi. . "', 0 mi p in Arr Itichnvmid 1 jo p mi' ' 7 y p ro Arr Lancaster. .. 4 p m 1 Arr Stanford. JLifLKJ" ... - ve iclimond . 1 45 l m ..TZ3Z Arr llerea j m p in Arr l.tjiniiioii..., 5 PJW - ....l.r.""'.T.'.'.'Z. Noun-Hound. N. 3. No. 1. So s l.ve I.iingsioii i u) a in I. u llerea 10 ij a m V..',". ".' Arr Kiclunofld 11 4 4 IH .... '.....""'. l.ve Stanford .. j ua a in, .7.77. ' I.vc Lancaster 7 4' a in !.'..'."."'. Arr Richmond. 41 a "'U;..:;:i. v.. .'..!..'".'." kichinond. "" I,e a 40 11 111 tlo 1 111 Arr W inchest er 1 10 11 . ih! 4 , ... ,r n ... - ' Arr raris . .. . 4 10 P 111I7 8 a m I.sel'aris l.ve I.rxlugipn J 45 I' m 7 no "l 3 45 I' m 4 as p ml i 5 a "i t 15 p m I.sc Falinoiith 5 ju p in' 9 i) a m, 5 07 p m Arr Cosingtnn 3! p ill lu jj a ml 7 ao p m Arr Cmcliiniiii 4$ P mlio 45 a ml 7 HP m OntheMavssillellranch, No . leaves 1'aris at 8s, am ai.d.No M, at J 4J. p m, ar,in,u a, Majssilleanojj. .1 m, and 810. pm. No. 10 leave. Mayssllleat J,u 11 m, arrlviiig at I'ant at 7 4,am NU lve, .Ma.,ViIc 1 , a.id arrive, at ''.iris 4 oj. p ,.' These trains ,e ci.ci No 4J l'.sse l.etinetnn 1005 tin; arrives 1'arls No i luasestilli lliiiat! t it iim:3rriu l'lm.l. 7oiiii: uxrept .1111HI ji No, 7 I almoiilli 6 00 .1111 .r.i... i-ii... nati 7 ee am: No u lease Ciniiiinati jo a m : arilves 10311a ni; S.inday only. N.. ii leaves Ftilmoiiili a 11 ,. .... ,...i... ciimatio 13pm; Sund.iv onlO. ... r,", 1 J.'i'ii' 'Wlvl elves n I.exlng. en and Cincinnati. So , runs daily helween ' Cincinnati and l.csiuum i?.?'La.."!:'1.6i.j;?,S, c:,.ni'."!t,".,. l Winchester v: .1:. :, ""....: ' .".." .'y " t lllif.tH IIJ .iiiettmiKu Lexington IMTOKTANI 1 rains .if ih. Ii.,- ....... 1..- .tsjtlnii Miic'iintiti. m.kii counetions lr all lUstlnution "l"."."1 ,'"i''if cberled to any reaehf ! Ii" a railpntd. rir full p.uu, ni, 1, ,its.ti ti j 4(iit ol ihe Co, Is. II, IJACt.N. s. pt ij ,(OkSF Fwtsjllw !,. Agt.. Oen'l PassVrAgl., Lesington, Ky. CotitBton, Ky. H.li Ml'NTINtsrON.OeiieralManr, . (r''NI" W. OFIICKS Chamber e lluildnig, Cincinnati, O.