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v k Semi-Weekly Interior Joiirwil Publtahod Every Tuoodny and Friday AT $G J?JR. VJCVU.Ijr .A-X) VA.NCK SMTWhen not to paid $3.60 will be charged.1 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. . Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., reluming it 4:50 p. m. l." ahTlocaltime'card. Mail train going North is JPn ' South 131pm Express train " South 11 57 P ra - ' ' North - 3;am Otil Freight North -6 30 am South. 5 5SP m The latter trams also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solai time It about jo minutet fatter LEAVENING POWER Of the various Baking Powders illustrated from actual tests. ROYAL (PuR)osnHHHHHH CRAHrS'(Alum).. iHHHBHBHMHBBHaf BUMFORD'S (fresh)... 1 HANFORD'S (when freth) HHHHHiHH CHARM (Alum rowder)..MHBBBHlBHBBi DAVIS' and 0. hV (Alum)MHHHBHaiBaBB CLEVELAND'S nMHHHM FIOHEER (San Francisco) CZAR MHM OR. PRICE'S MMMM SHOW FLAKE (Groff 1) CONGRESS WECKER'S SHIFTS HARFORD'S (None Such), when not fresh PEARL (Andrews & Co.) flUM FORD'S (Phosphate), when not fresh. .. Reports of Government Chemists. "The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not contain either alum or phosphates, or other injurious substances.-EDWARD G. Love, Ph.D." "The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. " Henry A. Mott. m. D., Ph. D." "The Royal Baking Powder is purest in qualify and highest in strength of any baking which I have knowledge. " Wm. Mc.MURTRIE, Ph. D." All Alum baking powders, no matter how thigh their strength, are to be avoided as dangerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas coo freely, or under climatic changes suffer deterioration. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office on .Main tlreet, opposite I'orlman House, up stalls. Nitrous Oxide t.as ghen for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. W. 13. PENNY, DENTIST. sjefice South side Main stmt, in c flice recently vacated by Dr. L. F. HulTiuan, btatuord, Ky. "WALLACE E. VARNON, Attorney at Law, Stanford, ----- Kontucky. Will practice in all the courts of this and counties and in the courts of .ippeal lOfllceover McRobcrts & Stags' drug store. A WARNING. We will prosecute to the full extent of the law vcrv person found on our lands with kuii and siok ur nci. 1. w. j 1 . . 63 'Jfl's2 jf rjAJPECIFIC Airs At, Property Orchard, .ICE TUCKKK. SALE AT A SACRIFICE I will sell the lionet' known us the Stroud at Crab For ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS cash. IhQ Cottage opposite the Railway Depot, accupicd h II K Miller, .it the same place for hlOHF HCNDKKD DOLLAItS caoh. Same can he si en by appljing to Mr. W F Kennedy, Cral) Orchard. J OTTF.NHr.l.MFR. .No 30 State Street New ork. OPTJBIilC SALS. On Tuesday, Nov. 5, (889, 1 will sell My Farm of 336 Acres, And entire lot of Stock, .oimsiiu cf 40 Head of Jack Stock, 40 Head of Horses, Omsisun ilicipally of llrood Marei and my fine slulllui, ON 'I IMF.. Also all other itocl. necessary to carry on a larin, includini; crop ..nd farming utensils. Terms All sums under $10 c:ishjover that 3 on) u nt negotiable note w II be taken, payable in 4 months, with fi per cent Interest Laud ' cash and balance in I uud a years with C pir cent, from day ot sale l.I.VI HLMIIII.E. At SlietU) city, Ky ,JDFiELD'S pE.fy1iLL EBULATOR SSfSSM MENSTRUATION OH MONTHLY BICKNCSS a TA.KS.N DURIMQ CHftHGt QV Ut GHiKT BUFftRlMBVlllBi: WOICH jiooK TO"WOMAN' 3SADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA GA. iatocru tsauimn. WHAT SHALL WE WEAK? FASHIONS FOR MEN, WOMEN CHILDREN. School Dresses for Largo Girls anil Dresses mill Slip rur Sninll Olrls I'lenslng Stjlei In IVttleimts Hints to Stun on the Subject of Clothing. Scotch and French plnlils tit dark colors, mndo w 1th plaited wulsts nnd skirts, form school dresses for girls of li to 14 years of nge. Tlieso dresses nre usually finished with volvct plastron, collar, etc. For more dressy occasions young girls' gowns nre mado of cashmere, light weight cloth or other wool fabric, nml trimmeil with hnildlug, embroidery or velvet rlhUm. A favorite mode isnn Ktnplru waist and gnth ered skirt. D11ESSE3 FOIl LITTLE 01111.8 White dresses inny Ix1 laid nsldo for wool ones, on tho npproach of cold weather, for littlo girls of !l years of age uud morn. Tho- dresses uro inndo with high, round waists nml straight, gathered skit ts: a sash or samo ma teriul, or of silk, is tied at the back. In tho cut nre illustrated two dresses, suited to glrL of 0 and 7 J ears of age, Ono of these drones Is mado with n low bodice ami skirt in tartan cheviot, and orna menteil with braces and streamers In velvet terial, matches ono of the light tints of the checks. The remaining dress is of Brnche woolen, et off with cuirs nnd yoko of dark velvet Tho full sleeves nro gathered nt the top, and so is the stomacher of surah silk, which Is framed or bordered with pleated braces, liken Uo of surah bilk. Grntlemru's Clotlilns. Double breasted sack coals will bo fahlnna bio for gentlemen's business suits this winter These nre uiude of black diagonals or black Thibet or Cheviot, with a vest of tho same, nnd colored trotiers. either in checks or stripes Business suits made nil of one material are mostly of checked or strijied Cheviots or tweeds, with either the new dotthlo breasted sack cont, tho simpler single sack or else the cutaway w nlkiug coat, I'laln slate gray w orsteds are also Used for entire suits. Rough goods ami tho plain goods, such as dark blue or black Choviots, are especially liked for the new double breasted sacks to lo worn with slate gray or dark blue striped trousers that are cut straight and uro of fair width. Tho extremely wide trousers of last year have given place to thoo of medium width for nil kinds of suits. Frock coat suits uro considered the correct day dres suits, and are usually worn by the groom, best man and ushers at afternoon weddings. The vest matches tho coat, nnd strled trousers nro now worn of quite light lavender or gray shades. Full dress suits, wicii only fu the overling, are littlo changed in style They nro made throughout of tine ili.i,,"i:iuls and Thibet, ami thoy may have mi additional vest of white worsted or Marseilles A slight vino of embroidery borders tho white and tho black vests. The swnllow tall dress coat remains of tho usual length, and Is rolled low, with silk facing: the vest Is nlvi cut very low and dLscloes three studs in the shirt Single breasted sack overooals, with fly fronts, will be woru this winter of medium length and faced with silk. Occasionally double ucks uro preferred, and nre mndo quite loovi in front and back, hanging straight from tho shoulders like the box coals used for driving. Capo coats for evening overcoats ato made of heavy Cheviots lu broad double diagonal with plaid lining, uccordnig to Hnr)or's Hazar, authority for tho foregoing Silk 1'cttlconts. Tho fnMiiou which prevniled to n considerable extent last winter of wearing silk petticoats under walking dreses in place of white muslin skirts, is a very sensible uud con rfll ninjfim r inimu "" !'- ' '. 'n J II V 1'i"imiWIWTWPIIiriITIWi'WH '' WWW H JtMHMMjaMiaW JWPf JPJW'"' ' v"t,'" ,?ru"3?r7Trf 'S"T AND venient one, and duds favor again this season. These petticoats are muilo in 11 variety of st.es. Some nre especially designed for warmth; a thin layer of oottou wadding being placed between tho outside nnd the lining. This "milling Is held in place br A'TtOTw 'lu'lting. 4ifew'A3 I" tl'o cut Is suitAH 8H.K clntornto mrair, designed for show rather than fur warmth. This wttlco.it is mado In alternate stt Ijkm of surah silk and lace Inserting. Tho plaited liorder around tho bottom Is edged with Inco flouncing. Tho pointed belt is of silk, and tho ribbon bows amities match tho silk In color. These x.'ttk'onts nro usually. mndo In cardinal, cherry, pink or ono of the shades of blue colored silk. Fashion Notes. Black costumes are agatir considered stylish nttdfashlouablo. Astrakhan l.sn favorite trimming for tailor mado coats uud jackets. Rrocude is In favor for trains to dinner and reception gow ns. Shoulder capes of cloth and of fur are largely worn. Some of our young ladies nro rovlv Ing nn old fashion in huir dressing. Littlo curls uro clustered ut each side of tho head, being kept in plnco by side combs with fancy tops, tliur rest of tho Imlr being combed upwards, and plaited or coiled In n crown at tho top of tho heaiL Feather trimmings will bo used tho coming winter In every Imaglnablo way Marabout feathers and uncurled ostrich plumage will bo especially favored. 1 Hot Air InlLslatlous In Consumption. Sclenco stutes that from experiments In a number of coses. Dr. B. L. Trudeatt, of Dike, N Y., concludes that 111 the therapeutic value, of hot ulr Inhalations in phthisis is doubtful, and ('.'I the evidence obtained by tho bacteriological study of tho cases presented does not confirm tho assumption that inhalations of heated air can either prevent the gnth of the tubcrclo bacillus In the lungs of living Individuals or diminish the virulence of this microbe when It has gained access to tticnu I PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. riblioii of the dark shade of the uttern. I or dominoes and a cup of coffee nro Invoked similar velvet encircles the full sleeves, as aids to digestion. which, like th pleated front lit plain ma- ' A New Itnclllus Ilns the Truo Cause of , Hairiness Ueeu nt Last UlieoTcrcri? I Dr. Snymonno is reported to havo sue- reeded in isolating n bacillus named by him ' , "bacillus criulvorox," which ho regnnl its thocuusoot baldness. Ho claims that It is' found only on tho scalp of man, other hlrsuto wts of tho body ami also tho fur of animals being free from It, Tho bacilli Invade tho hair follicles and mako tho hairs very brittle, so thoy break olf to tho skin. Then tho roots themselves are attacked. If tho microbes rat, bo destroyed early In tho disease, the tallty of the hairs maybe preserved, but after tho follicles nro Invaded and their structures destroyed, baldness lxcomes In- curable. Dr. Snymonno pro) oses the follow. Ing remedy or preventive of haldnevsi Ten parts crudo ctxl liver oil, ten parts of tho express! Juico of onions, ami five parts of mucilage or tho yolk of an egg are thoroughly shaken together, mid the mixture to tho scalp, and well ruhlied in, once a week. Tills ho asserts, will certainly bring back tho hair If tho roots nro not already destroyed. But tho remedy, as The Medical Record remarks, must bo very distressing to tho (uitlent s irieuds and ucigliliors. Tiiko Time anil ll Happy nt MrnU. "It cannot be disputed that in the art of feeding the human animals they do these things letter in France." So says tho Hospital and proceeds to draw tho following comjxirlsons between tho eating of KnglMimeii nnd Frenchmuu, which are not without some application to Americans as well; The middle-class Kngllstimau eats hunks of beef and wedges of mutton, followed by pudding ns solid as lead, and washed down with strong Burton nle, or still stronger Dublin stout. That Is very good faro for plowmen and fox hunters. To tho town man It Is simply ruin. The Frenchmnn knows better. Neither lu tow 11 nor in country will ho feed likon carnivore. Ho believes in variety; ho likes a littlo bit of many dMiw, not a vast mountain of one. He likes it made pleasant to tho tasto. He takes time o er it. It is quite the rule on tho continent to sco nil tho busy men In tho town spend nt least an hour at tho restaurant over the midday meal Tho eating done, a smoke, a game of draughts Tho natural result is that a Frenchman or a Belgian looks happy at meals, and still happier at bis coffee uud dominoes. Is any man unscientific enough to say that tho Frenchman is wrong and tho KuglUhman Is riglitf Bating is undoubtedly ono of tho chief functions of life, and If it bo right to make all life bright and happy, then eating should be one of its chief pleasures. We English have a great deal to learn from many countries. Wo cannot do better than begin by learning how to prepare fool so that it shall bo pleat-ant and tempting to the senses, and how to oat It without looking like mutexat a funeral or lions at nn ill managed "Zoo." Ico a Hrinitlr for Natitea. A physician advances the theory that the distressing sensation of nausea has its sent in tho brain and not In the stomach, and that relief may be obtained by cooling the b iso of this brain. Hi. rhilins to linvn r.tt.l title Danger In the Uso of Carbolic Acid. Carbolic ncld Is freely used by people lu general as a disiiifectnnt nnd for various purposes, and Usually without a thought of danger. Tho following letter, by Dr. Billroth, of Vicuna, lately published in The Lancet, is therefore somewhat of a surprise nnd may convoy n needed caution: "I havo lately seen four cases In w hicli fingers w hlch hnd suffered a most insignificant injury liecntuo gnngrenous through th- uncalled for application of carbolio acid Carls lio acid Is uow much less In surgery than formerly. Wo havo only gradually liecomo acquainted with Its dangers. The ncld may not only causo inflammation and gangrene, but also blood Miisouiug, and so may even prove fatal. It Is useful only in the bauds of a skillful surgeon, anil ought never to bo used without his ndvico." SOCIAL ETIQUETTE. Vitrlous Items . About Preiallln;; W.'ililln Cuttoina anil IInues. As w isldings nro again the order of the day, brides and bridegrooms may ilud ussistuuco in n few items of etiquette refuting to tho importnnt occasion when the uintri moiiial knot Is tied. First and foremost, us nn answer to a question that seems never to stay answered, it may be emphatically reiiiiirsed that a bridegroom should never weur tho u.uul evening dress cont at n wedding in the day tlmo. Tho projier costuuiu is v hat is known us formal inorning dress, for w lilcli a black frock coat is the correct one. No mini of fashion puts on his dress coat before bis tl or 7 o'clock dinner. Where a death bus recently occurred in n family ull friend, even tho widowed mother, should, according to as good authority as Mrs. Sherwood, lay aside their mourning for the ceremony, appearing in colors. It Is considered unlucky uud inappropriate to wear black nt n wedding In our country a ivld owed mother appears ut bur daughter's ucd ding In purple silk or velvet; in Hughim! she wears deep cardinal red, which is considered under these circumstances to bo mourning or proper for people In mourning. A widow should never bo accompanied by bridesmaids or wear a veil or orange blossoms at her marriage. She should wear ut church a colored silk dress and bonnet uud should lio attended by her father, brother or some near friend. It Is proper for her to remove her first wedding ring, as the wearing of that cannot but be painful to tho bridegroom. Wedding cake, instead of being sent about, Is neatly packed (u littlo boxes, and each guest takes one, If she likes, ns sho leaves tho house. Tho bridegroom makes shat presents ho pleases to tho brulo and bridesmaids'; ho has also, of course, to buy tho wedding ring and scud a bouquet to tho brido, but ho does not furnish tho cards or currluges; this is done by tho bride's family As soon us she can do so, tho brldo should write ujion note paper a noto of thanks to overy ono from w horn she has received u gift, whether they are stranger to her or not, ns In that case their gifts havo probably been prompted from regard to her parents or fiance, ami should therefore bo especially acknowledged. ' C Tho wtddiug tour and tho seclusion of tho honeymoon is no longer us obligatory as It once was, and somo very fashlonalilu couples havo gone ut once, or after a few days' trip, to housekeeping In their own house, simply issuing "at home" cards and anuotiticiug a day 0:1 which tho brido will receive hor friends. YOUNG FOLKS' COLUMN. INSTRUCTION AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR OUR GIRL AND BOY READERS. The Trim Composition of a Young Girl on tho "Homo Pig," Native or All Countries How In Make an Amusing I.lttle Toy Not very long ago ono of tho youthful contributors to Wlilo Awake was awarded n prlro for the following composition ou tho "Homo I'ig:v a homo nn. "Tho homo pig Is n native of America, England, Mexico nnd nil other countries. Its color may be either white, black, yellow, brow tl or coper colored. Its bond resembles a jwrker pig's, while Its body is like that of u human being It is xnuictlmes intelligent, nnd tuny bo taught many things It Is a. herbivorous and carnivorous nnimnl, and w ill eat almost anything else. Its chief terlstlc Is Its prodigious npiietito nnd it ills- I position to have the most and best of every-thing, ' regnrtllewi of tho rights of others. "Wo were told tho other day of u young homo pig not more thnn four feet high that can consume ns much as tho hired man nt each few I, besides eating almost continually Imtween meals of apples, nuts, turnliM, candles, sllpcry elm nnd cinnamon barks and other odds and ends.'" Slow Transformation Called solution. A bluo egg mar become a robin. The latent life hid bviuaible walls mnv lm wnrnio.1 into nctivity and gather to Itself the crumb! from a cottage table and weave therefrom the tissues of life feet to ierch among tho blossoms, w ings to lly nnioug thp trees, eyes A Surprising Little Man. A littlo figure mny Im tuadoon tho princl pies lllustrnted in tho cut, so ns to balance ' itself very atuuiiitgly Select n piece of woud i " ? ' ' ?b " TUB 1.ITTLK IIAKANCitll, ubotit tno luetic long, cut one end of It into tho form of a man's head ntn shoulders, and the other end tnKT oir gradually to a line Minl,ushnwu in the annexed tig ttru. Next furnish the little man with wnfti'r,sluiNsl like ours. Distend of arms, which may lie somewhat .mote than double the length of his liody. Insert them In his shoulders, and lie Is complete When you place him on tho tip of your linger, if you havo taken ir to make the otnt exactly in n lino with the center of his body, and lme put the w afters nccmatcly in thuit places, ho will preserve Ills balance, even If blown about, provided ho is not blown with so much force its to drtwi him off his iwrult. This littlo man will causo much surprise, In consequeiico of tho fine K)liit on which he oscillates. Miisturlie, is ."miliary Dim;. If tho deeds men find thulr record 1.. ..!, ... ant. n .W.......W ...., .....I tli.l. lu. friends, the dogsf I'ltilmbly no ilog lias ever rendered such good service as tiie celebrated K)odle who o untiie stands nt the head of this short notice. French by bit th, ho fol lowed tho fortunes of the French army through most of the Cousiilato wars, winning sieclnl honors, nt Murcugn At tho battle of Austerlltt ho rescued the regimental standard from nn Austrian soldier, whui lu tho net of snatching it from the baud of its mortally wounded lienrer Tho plucky poodle drovo off tho ussailunt, and then, scllug the colois. in his teeth, dragged them triumphantly back to his own company There Is nothing Mid as to his ixirsonal apjiearancu and bearing, or whether he was u largo or a small, a black or a whitu mh11o, but for his bravo conduct, us above recorded, he wus decorated ou tho Held of Austerlitz by one of tho French ofllcers. The Glass of tVuter Under the Hut. An Innocent trick, which may afford somo amusement at an Indoor arty of young Is as follows: I'luco n glass of water upon tho tablo, put a hat over It, uml olfer to lay a wager with any MISS KATE BOGLE Is u CnnJIclnte for Superintendent of Public I Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1S90. 91. P. Brliilclcy J l.i Candidate fur Clerk of the Court of Appeals, I subject to the action of the Democratic party Ulec.ion August, 18.M, ) S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, mt.Vjoknox, lv V. Office net door to Whitehead! Drug Sioie, Sperial attention given to diseases ol children HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, K Engineering and Survoying in all branches. Established 1825. FOB, INSTJRAITCK On Dwelling, II uiscluM Furniture, Store, Merchandise, Av , apply to the old Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Lightning cUu.es ntti. heJ and damages paid vtlielher fire en.ues or nM. 17 OF.O il IIIU'CK, Agent. WOOD WALLA6E, Men's Outfitter I 511 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, - - Kentucky. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, "tanford, ky Wells drilled lo order and factory prices. to revel in the scenes disclosed by sunlight, f Iravelrr "iy , ,1.1,... llortt and vecal organs to lng the song of love to I ',l?r mate. I Also agent (or 'he A tiny seed may become a "big tree;" for, warmed Into lite, It sends Its rootlet into tho nourishing earth nnd Its branches Into the vivifying nlr, nnd guthers iiintsrinls with which to build a noble growth of (ho forest. Tho rill born of a summer shower carries tho sand from the hillside and gito it to the brook, and the brook bears It on to tho rlter, Pumps lurmshrd 3 1. m. imici:, iiM, m m rsso stable, STANFOltD, KY. SI'KCI.M. ATTKNIION t COMMKUCIAL and mule bought and s.ld orsesand sehi les used in llsery WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO 'sT.IHI.IKILTOILsr CRAII ORCHARD, KV Scaler In often and thoroughly In the cae of sick " ho river transjwts It to the sea. and the I Dry Goods, Notions, HatS, headache, bilious colic, choler morbus and ''"preguaUsl tide llnds a nest brnenth the other ills in which tho nausea Is a dis tresslng symptom, without a single failure, also, that ho once relieved tho nausea from cancer of the stomach by the application of ico to tho back of tho neck and occipital lmo. Tho ice Is to l broken and the bits placed between tho folds of n toweL Relief may be obtained by holding tho head over a sink, or tub, nnd pouring a miull stream of water on the back of tho ms-k. This Is worth remembering as a relief for sick headache, to which so many uro subject wnvos nnd lu It lays the egg of nn island ' Hoots, Shoes, l lolhlng. Hardware, Then this boss on the floor of the ooeiui hn w,,e' 'nware. Furniture and a tho power to gather about it more sands as ' Conoml LlnO Of CfOCOriOS, tliey como from tho distant hills, nml still. Fancy Cndie Cu more sands. Every summer shower gives It I All kind of 1'roduce taien in more, and every storm add to tho sands lies. Xc Caps etihinge for goods that nro thus buried beneath the sen, until nt ' .. ,, ... , ,,.,,, ...... r ,-. Inst an Island Is hatchl. as It lift. Its head 0. H. M H0BERTS, Al. 1)., Hoblus grow to bo robins by minute In- rriinui' tro frmv fat lut tvluMt I.. .. I.. ' Kentucky Central R.R. let ' "m.tjK itjiTi:. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE, tr .n; CENTRAL KENTUCKY '! all l'oian NOnTH, EAST, WyEST ANg FAST, LINK MET WEEK LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. SCI I hill) I. h IN KKFI.Cr MAY ' Lve Cincinnati I.ve Cosmtton. Lve ralmouth.. STANFORD. KY change. Science tells you. Is called evolution. , J'Vllet. "heXuKiV ll U r.ljjrTt. II h.S.1 ! '- day or night in answrr rails In town or rountrv. Thirty ycart olhii lite were spent in Stanford and he deems ft unnecessary to speak ol hit ability at ' physician and surgeon A share ol the patron- age of the people of Stanford aud vicmity is asked by him 63 tl Arr raris Arr Lesington.. Lve Pari Arr Winchester, Arr Itichinoud.. Arr Lancaster. Arr Stanford, Lve Richmond Ill I'llllt, lllll llll. I, VUlllVi llli" Mill. IMVII W , given to bravo doingn of our four footed , Xrr l.exingt North-Hound. I.ve Livinctton . I.vc llerca Arr Hichmond. Lve Sttnford .. Lve Lancaster .. Arr Kichmoiid.. I.te UilIuiioihI. . Arr Winchester. Arr Paris I.ve Lexington .. Lve Pans Lve Falmouth... Arr Covington .. Arr Cincinnati .. l H "' 9 4J a m,.:r a 40 p in! 6 lo j in 1 jo p ni 7 IJ a in 4 io p in 7 43 am.. ..... .. J 45 I i"i 7 a in j 45 p m On the.MavtwIle llranch, Vog. leaves Pant at 8 10, .1 in anil So. 11, at 545, p m, arriving at Maysvillc al 10 jj, a 111, and lm. p m. No. ir leaves Mayssille at j,ij a in, arming at Pant at 7 No ta leases Majtville at 1 10 and arrives at I'aris at 4 05, p in. These trains are daily except Sunday. No. 4 j leaves Lexington 10 oj am j arris ct Paris 1015,1111; except nuniiay No 8 travel Cincinnati 7 30 put ; except Sunda Jso. 7I1MSCS rnlmnutli 6 00 am: arrives nati 755 am; except sunilav roimli t hi. hat. and then ret tin, tbln '?" nu V'"1"!"?"' " 1 5 u pin; arrives I'almnuth Cincin .-so ji leases v,incinn.iu s 10 a m ...!. .i.... .. .... ....I-. I.. a, .,.- .. .11, - . ... .1 , IIIWUIII III ,IU H Ml, .1IIIIII.I. inny. without lifting tho hat. When your ciunali6 15 pin; buuduv nnlv. sltlon Is uccented. desiro the comnanv not to "tn Noti:-No. i runs dally bct rrlves FaL 01 uiucoiiipany Hint you win empty inugiiiss , No. H leaves Falmouth 4 15 p in: arrises Cm- ecu Lexinz duily between 7 s,nn.iniiii nnu i.txiiigiou. , . . . Not a and 6 make cuniiectinns nt Winchester Ing your lips nt Intervals, as though you wero tonmlnnun thtX N AM V. Ity swallowing tho water with lullnlto satlsfnc I .AJ'j !T"!, X"?! tiou to yourself. After a iiiimtteortwocomo from under tho tablo, and address tho person who took your wager with, "Now, sir," His curlo'lty being of course excited, ho will lift up tho hat In order to seo whether you havo really performed whnt you promlbcd, and tho instant ho does so tako up tho glass, and after having swnllowed Its contents say, "You have lost, sir, for you see I havo drunk the water without raising tho bat." at and depart front the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all i points North, rast anil West. I Through ticket and baggage checked 10 an) destination reached by a railroad. 1 For full particulars address any agent ol the Co K. II. 1IAC0N, S. F. II. MOUSE. I Traveling IWg'r Alt , Gcn'l I'ass'g'rAgt,, ' Lexington, Ky. Covirgton, Ky ' ILK. IIUNTINOTON, General Manager. C.F.NBIIAL orrlcF.S; Chamber of Commerce lludd'tig, Cincinnati, O I COMPANY 1 i CREAM 1 I LEXINGTON.KY. 'M ,. . , sfc'vp, i..i il, ! - a ! STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. All persons wishing a pleasant life and well wife let them .Stanford Roller Mills eery, and if ihcy have them 10 keep II, or gel ai gel it at the Mill and I will use I'atent Hour maile at Call far it at your got it on hand, urg n order from them ami puaratitte fiteas.ht ml interesting lamily oS W N I'Ol fS, Superintendent. ivery, gecd and Sale Stable W. H. JACKSON CO., PRO'RS. tONDoN, KY, Good turn" jtt and taddle horses always for hit. on reasonable terms London Is the mott convea Icjit Him on the railroad lo reach place in th in the mountain sr ton of the Mate 10 THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor No Kotclln Kentucky has a htier repuration, and Its proprietor is determined tlm shall bi maintained lie hat recently acMcd to lit arrointmrnts Pool and Illlllnrd Parlors A First-Class Llvory Stable To arcommoda'e the of Ins increased transient patronage.' Hot turnouts furnish. d Commercial 1 rtveiert and ether THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDING TO ROOMS. .....wa ...ur w v u IIIIIMilU III cronmi; UlamURroH to Ik? UlniuU by niluuto t Ufficeon KanCAter Streu oppon Coun-Hof IfUKKISII i A RUSSIAN MATHS IN IncreiiM, This Mow but nuru clinniru on f Having removed tp ihU ntacc (rom Liberty, to ! WW 1 tVS&Tl n. K L.US No No. 4 Nn 6 IrMK&iSriBI I x Sim Rsj HlflH7 Lv Sun. Daily LutJmmmtmSSS SHIM t oj p in 4 P n L'liuRsBfln 9 44 aw j '7 pat '"P .SiUbHBs1 " '" I "' " P ,n '" R ks39Rt?W il ao a m S in l nB9tMBSJ 4 mi P hi! yfraEBak '" - ""-' """' '. i r"WStMVMttSSf H5 i" 9MHLlDlKHsi on. .. 5 yi p ih . . jJ9ffKilSimL E" m Sl 111 IMI jTjiwfsJ 111 IM -I ' rAt ToT m Z7. '. ' o 5 mwsMis&uRi il iJ am fJit?tC?.''A'V. - - t'fc) I'M .:-.' v ira a in vi -. ' .' 4 tj p in' S Jj a in 15 p in , 4 5 jo p m: 9 13 a in J 07 p in . o jj p mho jj am 7 30 p m 6 45 p mho 45 a in, 7 jjp m 11 .WJMi h LEXINGTON, P B -5 1 (9 P 5 t3 p p o y O o FS p 1 p a r O O fL 3 3. o o 1 n. CT in a P a - o n ut OllOUISVUtt NtWalBASTJCHICACORTtS HOTF.L. a. n 3 SJ " -3 CO . 8 gotj Stt re o o -1 O -1 p a .. e CO P e tn CO Q ra t3 1 w o a r 0 Ct 3. 2- CD CTq en as J. ut 3 O - rV X. p WM. A DAMS& SON, Hivounww, KV. A NEW FAST :FAIL Lent tug both LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Sennet 10 Fravelcrt, . THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio Hint and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and must comfortable trains between all points in the South jr tn the West ard Northwest, 'I he , mintcrp.irtof this trim on all trunk lines Is denniniiiattd lbs Limited '., pre". I he superb rolling simk we employ gives pitront Unlimited Comlnrt 04rA,,,a,1,Coul"n 1 cl ' "If"-" in the South you will find our tin e t inlet ,md tickets! Say .Mo. nnn, get. Monon ai.it tn. k in .Motion, if you want to tase money and base a i.lcatunt journey. It fl Mrl'tiUsrire .. n9e,nera fassenaer Agent, Chicago ity 1 icket Ajetitt and Ouice't; Cii I. M. HUCKNKIt. K. A. 1 UK It K.N C. J7 tlh ve , I-''. 1 11c t , Lnuitvllle, Ky. I inciniiatl, O. - .-( . - -li. Lg- . n. t.i. .., , immf, ,1.